Hrm... Looks like one of those trick type questions... Based on that
assumption here is my best guess at an answer:
Patient is a student at a university that works on a quarter
system -- I.e., 3 months of classes = 1 quarter.
Patient is sober during classes but parties quite hard after her/his
last final. As part of this celebration, she/he consumes great
quantities of narcotics, well at least one -- alcohol.
Patient is currently on bedrest because patient has a hangover...
I believe this meets all of the stated criteria...
-Jonathan (who has been known to suffer from the same condition :-) )
Cullen Kiker <ckiker at mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu> writes:
>I have been trying to figure out what a preson has got for a project.
>All I have been given is incrediably genral information.
>1. Patient has the condition three months ago, and is currently having
>2. Patient is currently on bedrest.
>3. Patient took a narcotic last time she had the condition.
>This was all I was given. I am to try to come up with a theory on the
>condition. Any help would be appreciated.