But, in training, I had an attending on rounds who beat everyone else.
He was missing the 4th and 5th fingers from his right hand. I have no idea how it happened. He told different people different stories, ranging from a hunting accident to being tortured by the Stasi to a patient attacking him with a knife.
He'd do the usual stuff like having people remember objects, answer historical questions...
And then he'd suddenly spread out his right hand and ask "which fingers am I missing?"
The reactions of patients varied from shock, to a calm answer, to one demented lady who began screaming uncontrollably (granted, she did that when the door opened, too).
At the graduation banquet we gave him an award for "Best Neurological Exam Making Use of a Physical Deformity."