Now . . . the follow-up to the sequel you've all been waiting for! We proudly present half a dozen unadulterated pearls of clinical wisdom--fully illustrated--culled from articles submitted by physicians to this web site over the years.
“Discontinuation of therapy was attempted because of healing in 8 patients, persistent paresthesias in 6, and because of bad taste in 1 patient.”Â©Viorel Sima/shutterstock.com
“But what of the individual who, because of a congenital or acquired defect, cannot clot?”Â©Igor Bulgarin/shutterstock.com
“Patients in this group may persist for years without further evolution.”Â©David Carillet/shutterstock.com
“Is the development of a malignancy in a musculoskeletal syndrome a relatively recent concept or did the malignancies in the past appear in association with musculoskeletal diseases in a similar incidence as other patients without arthritis or joint disease? Agreement is lacking in any general response to this question.”Â©Nomad_Soul/shutterstock.com
Now . . . the follow-up to the sequel you've all been waiting for! In the spirit of fun, we present half a dozen unadulterated pearls of clinical wisdom culled from articles submitted by physicians to this web site over the years.These "sentences" follow the blockbuster slideshow "The 10 Worst Medical Sentences Ever Written."Â And they follow the follow-up hit: "5 Absurd Medical Autocorrects." Got any transcription errors or comical sentences you'd like us to share with your colleagues? Please post them below!