Casey prepares to use a new and unproven operation on two critically ill men despite opposition from colleagues.
Problems for Casey in this installment: a baffling paralysis case, the resignation of a valuable colleague, and a malpractice suit.
Casey tries his best to restore the voice of a cantor who believes that its loss is his punishment from God for blasphemy.
Casey is caught in the middle of a philosophical battle between a Hispanic doctor and his father---an aging revolutionary.
Casey manages to run afoul of a member of the County General board of directors who will be deciding his future at the hospital.
A patient who cannot sign her name and appears to have no funds or friends baffles Casey and his colleagues.
Casey puts on his detective hat when things begin mysteriously disappearing from his ward.
A missionary is brought to County General with symptoms that completely baffle the doctors.
An intern following in the family footsteps of practicing medicine might not have the discipline needed to succeed in the field.
A police officer checks into the hospital using an alias because he's afraid of losing his job should his position become known.
A wealthy man makes a generous donation to County General--but there are strings attached.
A Latin American intern at first appears incompetent but is determined to improve.
Casey is fired by the acting chief of neurosurgery who immediately suffers a stroke.
A newspaper columnist checks into County General on the pretext of undergoing tests but in reality he wants to write an expose on hospital conditions.
Casey treats an intoxicated man and his physically abused wife.
Casey tries to convince a woman that her husband needs life saving surgery and not some new miracle drug she's heard about.
Casey must deal with a driver accused of hit and run, a juvenile delinquent, and a priest.
A man who can render himself unconscious at will refuses to divulge any details of his medical history.
Casey gets involved with a migrant worker who's become addicted to drugs in order to deal with the pain of a facial disorder.
A woman with a brain tumor decides to turn away from a medical cure in order to make the best of the time she has remaining.
A woman refuses to acknowledge the severity of her illness for fear of losing influence over her son.
A pregnant teen involved in an automobile accident refuses surgery because it might harm her unborn child.
A nurse's efficiency declines when her daughter arrives at County General as a nursing student.
A third grader goes berserk and almost kills his teacher. Now it's up to Casey to find out the cause of the outburst.
Casey deals with a couple of patients who are specialists when it comes to diagnosing their own ailments and wallowing in self-pity.
A dancer becomes extremely apprehensive when facing a surgical procedure that left another patient paralyzed.