What phrases does the nurse (or whoever preps you for your doctor's visit) use when you're being asked to undress before an exam?
The last time I went to my current doctor, the nurse handed me the gown and said: "And we have this very stylish gown for you, so if you could go ahead and put that on, he'll be in shortly."
The nurses at my pediatrician's office each had their own way of saying it:
There was the one that was there since I can remember (and is probably still there) : "Everything off but the underpants."
or, to my mom until I started going by myself: "Have him take off everything but his underpants."
A young, clearly nervous new nurse: "Go ahead and take off your shirt, and he'll be in in a few minutes."
This was unusual since I was always examined in underwear, so I asked "I only have to take off my shirt?" and she responded "Well... I mean, your pants too. You gotta be in your underwear for him."
And my favorite, at my very last visit there: "Please remove any shirts, undershirts, tank tops, pants, shorts, boxers, and socks, and the doctor will be in shortly."