On Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 11, Choi tries to figure out a patient's mysterious heart illness while Marcel and Nat work with a patient who has unexplained pain.

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Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 11 revolves around medical mysteries.

When a young tennis star comes into the hospital with an irregular heartbeat, Choi doesn't understand why the kid keeps crashing or why a young, healthy athlete would have AFib. Montez just wants to be able to return to playing tennis and fulfill his late father's dreams for him, but Choi can't release him without finding out what's wrong.

Meanwhile, Marcel and Nat also have a patient with a mystery illness. Lisa has been to doctor after doctor without any answers to her debilitating abdominal pain. When her tests come back normal again she's upset. She wants to be fixed, period. Marcel and Nat run more tests and discover she has two rare syndromes that are causing pain, but the surgical options won't fix the pain totally so she's not interested.

While all this is going on, Charles and Will try to help a patient whose brain tumor is making him think that his late wife is visiting him, while April gets herself into trouble trying to help a COVID patient who insists that COVID is not real.

To find out what happens, watch Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 11 online.

Episode Details

On Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 11, Ethan teams up with an unexpected person to treat a famous tennis player who is afraid his career might be over.


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Chicago Med Season 6 Episode 11 Quotes

Daniel: Uh-oh.
Sharon: Michael and me, it's been a little rocky the last few weeks.
Daniel: Parenthood. It's a life sentence, right?

Nat's Mother: So, Crockett, Natalie tells me that your parents immigrated from Iran. Does that mean your family is Muslim?
Marcel: No, actually, we're Zoroastrian.
Nat's Mother: Zoroastrian? I'm sorry. I've never...
Marcel: Yeah. Dates back to ancient Persia. Three main pillars: Good thoughts, good words, good deeds. Not always so easy.