Medical Dictionary

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Sunday, 20 May 2012

Medical Terms Explained:

Artery - The study of paintings

Bacteria - Back door to the 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

Codeine - What you use to access the ATM

Colic - A sheep dog

Coma - A punctuation mark

Dilate - To live a long time

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

Nitrate - Cheaper than day rates

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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