"Ugh. An ovary frozen? On top of breast cases and interstitial lung disease and a full caseload on a Saturday? When does it end? Can you please look up the history?"
"I've got it pulled up right here."
"It's so confusing. She was diagnosed with cancer almost 15 years ago. So did she already get a hysterectomy? Why do we have the ovary?"
"Capsule looks intact. But it's huge. Gotta be cancer."
"The sections you took are necrotic. Let's take it over to the grossing station and breadloaf it - there must be viable tumor somewhere."
"Well, he (gyn/onc surgeon) would know if there is still a uterus."
"I'll ask him." Dial batphone. "Is there a history of endometrial cancer?"
OR help answers. "I'll ask him. No, there is no history of endometriosis."
"Evans, she just told me there was no history of endometriosis. That's not what I asked her to ask him. I'm frustrated."
"Hello? Is there someone who knows medicine in there?"
"Right, calling all medicine help. Hello? Screw it. Just take this section and freeze it, it looks viable."
"OR. I've got malignant tumor. Not sure what kind. Do you still have the uterus? We will need to do stains."
"He's taking the uterus next."
"That's a big help. Thanks."