And now . . . for a little light summer reading . . . we reveal 10, uh, sentences dissected from articles submitted by physicians to this Web site over the years. We think you’ll agree that none of these sentences will win Nobel prizes in medicine, but we present them here in unadulterated (and unedited) form in the hope that you’ll enjoy them as much as we did.
Here’s a sneak preview:
“The only comforting factor to me is that my patient has a better chance of getting killed on the way to the drugstore to buy the drug than he does by actually taking it.”