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Medical Terminology For The Laymen

Author:Author unknown, Issue: September 2000, Topic: Humour

  1. Artery = The study of fine paintings
  2. Barium = What you do when CPR fails
  3. Benign = What you be after you be eight
  4. Cesarean Section = A district in Rome
  5. Colic = A sheep dog
  6. Coma = A punctuation mark
  7. Congenital = Friendly
  8. Dilate = To live longv
  9. Fester = Quicker
  10. GI Series = Baseball game between teams of soldiers
  11. Grippe = A suitcase
  12. Hangnail = A coat hook
  13. Medical staff = A doctor's cane
  14. Minor operation = Coal digging
  15. Morbid = A higher offer
  16. Nitrate = Lower than the day rate
  17. Node = Was aware of
  18. Organic = Church musician
  19. Outpatient = Person who has fainted
  20. Post-operative = A letter carrier
  21. Protein = In favor of young people
  22. Secretion = Hiding anything
  23. Serology = Study of English knighthood
  24. Tablet = A small table
  25. Tumor = An extra pair
  26. Urine = Opposite of you're out

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