Yes, many clinicians have forgotten to examine pulse of a patient; more so the clinical method that we used to regard as the best friend, in 1980s. Now, when patient comes to a doctor, advices flow, USG, ECHO, Doppler, ECG and MRI, and so on and so forth; and, why not? It is easier to know the parameters through machines. Still, one aspect remains crucial, should we advice all these tests to each patients! The clinician, within us says no; give a provisional diagnosis that is not rare; more common, much better; then advise for the required investigations, either to support the provisional diagnosis or to rule out other possibilities. If, this pattern is followed, perhaps, we have to go back to our Guru, the Hutchison’s Clinical Method and examine pulse.