Last Wednesday I was carefully examined by Shufflebotham who decided that I must be X-rayed. He is a pioneer and acknowledged expert in the use of X-rays for diagnosis. He guaranteed that I had had appendicitis several times without knowing it. He also insisted on a new visit to the oculist. All these things added to my gloom due to the sudden and long attack of neuralgia. So, on Wednesday, I attended for an X-ray seance at Harley Street. I lunched with Shufflebotham afterwards at Pagani's, and had another seance, to watch the progress of the bismuth, at 5 p.m. radiographed for the third time yesterday, and nothing found wrong, except the common slight slowness of the work in the colon.
Lunched with Davray and Weil (ex-member of the Reichstag).