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Last Laugh

Article

Cartoons; In the Jocular Vein

 

Last Laugh

 

 

 

In the Jocular Vein

Why not?

As a third-year medical student, I was assigned to do all the histories and physicals on newly admitted patients. While doing the review of systems on one man, I asked him, "Does it burn when you pass your urine?"

He hesitated, looked at me quizzically, and said, "I don't know; I never tried to light it."

—W.E. Watkins, MD
Nampa, ID

 

 

 

Last Laugh. Medical Economics Jun. 6, 2003;80:120.

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