Here's a not so hypothetical situation:
You're a doctor.
A woman comes to you with problems of pain, bleeding, and a feeling like "something moving inside her".
What do you do?
A) Consult medical knowledge and literature for illnesses with similar symptoms and perscribe proper treatment.
B) Claim it's demons and tell the woman to have an exorcism performed.
I'm quite partial to A, but it seems a doctor in the UK thought choice B would be a better option.
Fortunately, this didn't seem to be such a serious case of illness that the religious meddling with treatment resulted in death as has happened in the past.
However, what is rather amazing is that the doctor thinks that such things have in no way impared her ability to treat patients. Fortunately the medical board isn't looking to agree.