Now you get to be the doctor!
"Medical Mysteries" features five broadcasts with an interactive segment designed for viewer participation.
On Wednesdays nights, "Primetime" provides viewers with clues to help them make their own online diagnosis in a real case.
At the end of each hour, viewers learn how well they scored.
Tune in to "Primetime" Wednesday nights at 10. Try to solve the weekly "Medical Mystery" by logging-on to ABCNews.com during the show to vote.
On this week's show, you'll hear the story of a beautiful woman for whom the phrase "something smells fishy" is not just some nose-wrinkling words, it's the agonizing story of her life.
Last week on "Medical Mysteries," viewers had the opportunity to weigh in during "Primetime" to help solve the medical mystery suffered by a man who suffered from Incredible Hulk syndrome, a hormone disorder that caused him to swell and nails and hair grow rapidly.
Here are a couple of other "Medical Mysteries" to watch for in upcoming weeks:
Meet people with cross-wired sense; they see colors and shapes when they eat food or read numbers.
Meet two mothers who are on the verge of losing their children because their DNA doesn't match. Each has two strands of DNA.
Senior producers are Ann Reynolds and Terence Wrong, and the executive producer is Rudy Bednar.