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[[Eric Foreman|Foreman]] is waiting for [[Gregory House|House]] as he arrives at the hospital. Foreman is angry with House because he’s been ignoring pages. Foreman tells him about the boy who is an 8 year old with severe [[respiratory distress]]. However, there is no [[medical history|history]] of [[allergy|allergies]] or [[asthma]] and his chest [[X-ray]] was fine. When Foreman mentions the nightmares, House dismisses the case as a [[stress]] induced [[panic attack]]. However, House gets intrigued when he learns that the nightmares are about an ugly old woman who is trying to strangle the boy. Foreman confirms the boy is of Hmong descent.
 
[[Eric Foreman|Foreman]] is waiting for [[Gregory House|House]] as he arrives at the hospital. Foreman is angry with House because he’s been ignoring pages. Foreman tells him about the boy who is an 8 year old with severe [[respiratory distress]]. However, there is no [[medical history|history]] of [[allergy|allergies]] or [[asthma]] and his chest [[X-ray]] was fine. When Foreman mentions the nightmares, House dismisses the case as a [[stress]] induced [[panic attack]]. However, House gets intrigued when he learns that the nightmares are about an ugly old woman who is trying to strangle the boy. Foreman confirms the boy is of Hmong descent.
   
House comes to his team telling them about [[SUNDS]], a [[syndrome]] of unexplained sudden death that only affects Hmong males. The team discuss possible diagnoses and House settles on the prosaic explanations of [[pneumonia]] and [[toxin]]s. [[Chi Park|Park]] asks to go with [[Chris Taub|Taub]] because he’s going to look for toxins like she suggested. House says he thinks she’s avoiding [[Robert Chase|Chase]] because she’s been having dreams about him. House also tells the team to read the voluminous files he’s brought to the conference room.
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House comes to his team telling them about [[SUNDS]], a [[syndrome]] of unexplained sudden death that only affects Hmong males. The team discuss possible diagnoses and House settles on the prosaic explanations of [[pneumonia]] and [[toxin]]s. [[Chi Park|Park]] asks to go with [[Chris Taub|Taub]] because he’s going to look for toxins like she suggested. House says he think’s she’s avoiding [[Robert Chase|Chase]] because she’s been having dreams about him. House also tells the team to read the voluminous files he’s brought to the conference room.
   
 
The mother assures Chase she doesn’t believe in demons.
 
The mother assures Chase she doesn’t believe in demons.
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The biopsy is negative. The nurse calls and the doctors come in to watch the boy float over his bed.
 
The biopsy is negative. The nurse calls and the doctors come in to watch the boy float over his bed.
   
Taub and Adams swear to House that the boy was levitating, but House dismisses it again. He does a levitation trick right in front of them to show them there’s probably a rational explanation they haven’t thought of. He also wants to know why Chase seems to be avoiding Park. Chase changes the subject by suggesting the patient is [[hypocalcaemia|hypocalcaemic]]. House orders [[electrolytes]] and [[beta blockers]]. House then tells Park that he thinks Chase had a sex dream about her. Chase leaves saying dreams don’t mean anything.
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Taub and Adams swear to House that the boy was levitating, but House dismisses it again. He does a levitation trick right in front of them to show them there’s probably a rational explanation they haven’t thought of. He also wants to know why Chase seems to be avoiding Park. Chase changes the subject by suggesting the patient is [[hypocalcaemia]]. House orders [[electrolytes]] and [[beta blockers]]. House then tells Park that he thinks Chase had a sex dream about her. Chase leaves saying dreams don’t mean anything.
   
 
However, the mother is resisting treatment. She wants to let the grandfather perform a ceremony. She says if they won’t let her do it there, she will take the patient home. However, despite her earlier denials about believing in spirits, she believes that it’s the only explanation for her husband’s crime and her son’s behavior.
 
However, the mother is resisting treatment. She wants to let the grandfather perform a ceremony. She says if they won’t let her do it there, she will take the patient home. However, despite her earlier denials about believing in spirits, she believes that it’s the only explanation for her husband’s crime and her son’s behavior.
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