Spotted this recent post by Wuchereria in his new blog. I learnt a new sign - Frank's sign. He highlighted that this is a great sign to impress the examiner!
"I just got back from Hong Kong recently for a holiday.During a morning of breakfast, while I looked around I noticed this man who was sitting eating 'Tim Sum' and I am sure he has coronary artery disease.
There was obvious Frank's sign.
Frank's sign is a diagonal crease in the lobule of the auricle :
Grade 3 - a deep cleft across the whole earlobe
Grade 2a - crease more than halfway across the lobe
Grade 2b - crease across the lobe, but superficial
Grade 1 - lesser degree of wrinkling
Ear lobe creases are associated statistically with coronary artery disease in most of the population groups."