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{{Quote|If you guys screwed something up, just come clean. It’s not going to be that bad|Instant Karma}}
 
{{Quote|If you guys screwed something up, just come clean. It’s not going to be that bad|Instant Karma}}
   
'''Instant Karma''' is a [[Season 6|6th season]] episode of [[House (TV series)|''House'']] which first aired on October 12, 2009. A billionaire insists his son be treated by House after several doctors failed to diagnose his dying son. Cuddy appoints House to make all the final diagnostic decisions, although Foreman is still in charge of the department. The father believes that his son's condition is the result of karma, saying that "everything he touches turns to gold" except for when it comes to his family. His son's health continues to decline and House diagnoses his son with [[Degos disease]], an incurable disease. House says that his son has one more day to live, at most. The father then signs a deal that is guaranteed to make him bankrupt in hopes of making his son's health improve by evening out the success in his life, since he is a strong believer of karma. House soon after diagnoses his son with [[Antiphospholipid syndrome|Primary Antiphospholipid Syndrome]], a manageable disease. The bankrupt father is later shown with his healthy son happily sharing pizza.
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'''Instant Karma''' is a [[Season 6|6th season]] episode of [[House (TV series)|''House'']] which first aired on October 12, 2009. A billionaire insists his son be treated by House after several doctors failed to diagnose his dying son. Cuddy appoints House to make all the final diagnostic decisons, although Foreman is still in charge of the department. The father believes that his son's condition is the result of karma, saying that "everything he touches turns to gold" except for when it comes to his family. His son's health continues to decline and House diagnoses his son with [[Degos disease]], an incurable disease. House says that his son has one more day to live, at most. The father then signs a deal that is guaranteed to make him bankrupt in hopes of making his son's health improve by evening out the success in his life, since he is a strong believer of karma. House soon after diagnoses his son with [[Antiphospholipid syndrome|Primary Antiphospholipid Syndrome]], a manageable disease. The bankrupt father is later shown with his healthy son happily sharing pizza.
   
 
Cuddy also has Foreman conduct a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morbidity_and_mortality morbidity and mortality] conference regarding the Dibala case in [[The Tyrant]]. Foreman privately discusses the matter with Chase, telling him to tie up any loose ends that the participants of the M&M might question. Chase almost admits to Cuddy that he tampered with Dibala's test results but is interrupted. He later finds the documents he needs left on the table in a blank envelope; after asking Foreman, he realises that House has figured out that he killed Dibala and tells him he'll always been in power no matter what.
 
Cuddy also has Foreman conduct a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morbidity_and_mortality morbidity and mortality] conference regarding the Dibala case in [[The Tyrant]]. Foreman privately discusses the matter with Chase, telling him to tie up any loose ends that the participants of the M&M might question. Chase almost admits to Cuddy that he tampered with Dibala's test results but is interrupted. He later finds the documents he needs left on the table in a blank envelope; after asking Foreman, he realises that House has figured out that he killed Dibala and tells him he'll always been in power no matter what.
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The patient improves quickly and his appetite returns. Cameron examines his [[abdomen]], which feels normal but looks bigger. Suddenly, the patient has a [[seizure]]. Foreman realizes he has [[intercranial hypertension]]. Foreman tells the father they need to drill burr holes to relieve the pressure. Foreman presses the father to consent. The patient is rushed into the [[operating room]] and finally the father consents. They manage to stop the seizure and relieve the pressure. Foreman realizes he has no idea what happened to the patient.
 
The patient improves quickly and his appetite returns. Cameron examines his [[abdomen]], which feels normal but looks bigger. Suddenly, the patient has a [[seizure]]. Foreman realizes he has [[intercranial hypertension]]. Foreman tells the father they need to drill burr holes to relieve the pressure. Foreman presses the father to consent. The patient is rushed into the [[operating room]] and finally the father consents. They manage to stop the seizure and relieve the pressure. Foreman realizes he has no idea what happened to the patient.
   
That patient's seizures don't return and there is nothing in the [[cerebro-spinal fluid|brain fluid]] to indicate a problem. The enlarged abdomen was the result of a build up of fluid as well. Foreman realizes the fluid build up is asymmetrical and House realizes the patient may have [[brain]] [[cancer]].
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That patient's seizures don't return and there is nothing in the [[cerebro-spinal fluid|brain fluid]] to indicate a problem. The enlarged abdomen was the result of a build up of fluid as well. Foreman realizes the fluid build up is asymetrical and House realizes the patient may have [[brain]] [[cancer]].
   
 
Thirteen is in a cab trying to arrange an upgrade on her flight to Bangkok. However, her reservation has been cancelled.
 
Thirteen is in a cab trying to arrange an upgrade on her flight to Bangkok. However, her reservation has been cancelled.
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