Hey guys. I'd like the opinion of a medical professional. Doctor, nurse, paramedic, anything. Particularly if you're in the British NHS, since that's where this scenario is set. I'll throw the scenario right at you. A 6-7 year old boy is rushed into the hospital you're working at. He's been struck in the forehead with the clawed end of a hammer. He's out cold, his skull caved in. He's in a coma and should probably die. However, he defies the odds and survives. Not only survives but quickly begins to heal, to the point that the wound in his head is scabbing over and closing up. Eighteen days after the attack, the boy comes around. I know this is an impossible situation (I should imagine, anyway), but how would you react to a child rapidly healing like this? Secondly, and probably even more "out there". The boy has abnormal glands in the base of his neck, just above his collarbone. They're taking blood/oxygen as though they were meant to be there, and seem to be doing something, but you're not sure what. Again, how would you react?