Everyone always says bringing an article about your patient to rounds is a great way to stand out. While I'm sure this is true, it seems to me that bringing in an article and suddenly presenting it to the attending during rounds could make one look as though he or she wanted to out-shine fellow students. However, I have a patient with a crazy calcified frontal lobe lipoma and dysgenesis of the corpus callosum, and I'd like to provide some research on the subject since it's so rare and interesting. So how do you bring in an article without looking like you're not a team player? Should I tell the other students on my team first? Bringing enough articles for everyone is a given. Anyone have experience with this?