Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Recovery

Today and yesterday evening have been a trifle difficult.
Several spurts of bleeding. Concerning amounts. Pain, quite heavy pain at times. Sick as a dog today. Hoping to feel better tomorrow because I fully intend to be at work. Bad times do not last forever. One crummy ear is not the end of my world.

This should cheer me up and change my thinking. No idea where it came from. I have been unable to locate the copyright owner.


Irish Medical Dictionary

The Irish have the lowest stress rate
because they do not take medical terminology seriously ...

Medical Term

Irish Definition
Artery
-
The study of paintings
Bacteria
-
Back door to cafeteria
Barium
-
What doctors do when patients die
Benign
-
What you be, after you be eight
Caesarean Section
-
A neighbourhood in Rome
Cat scan
-
Searching for Kitty
Cauterize
-
Made eye contact with her
Colic
-
A sheep dog
Coma
-
A punctuation mark
Dilate
-
To live long
Enema
-
Not a friend
Fester
-
Quicker than someone else
Fibula
-
A small lie
Impotent
-
Distinguished, well known
Labour Pain
-
Getting hurt at work
Medical Staff
-
A Doctor's cane
Morbid
-
A higher offer
Nitrates
-
Rates of Pay for Working at Night,
Normally more money than Days
Node
-
I knew it
Outpatient
-
A person who has fainted
Pelvis
-
Second cousin to Elvis
Post Operative
-
A letter carrier
Recovery Room
-
Place to do upholstery
Rectum
-
Nearly killed him
Secretion
-
Hiding something
Seizure
-
Roman Emperor
Tablet
-
A small table
Terminal Illness
-
Getting sick at the airport
Tumour
-
One plus one more
Urine
-
Opposite of you're out


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