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the ems provider s guide to southern medical terminology

The EMS Provider’s Guide to Southern Medical Terminology

Bryan E. Bledsoe, DO, FACEP

Midlothian, Texas

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Southern Medical Terminology

“You can be a little ungrammatical if you come from the right part of the country.”

- Robert Frost

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Southern Medical Terminology

“The educated Southerner has no use for an ‘r,’ except at the beginning of a word.”

- Mark Twain

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Southern Medical Terminology

Some things happen in the South that just don’t happen in other parts of the country.

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Southern Medical Terminology

It is really hard to determine where errant Southern Medical Terminology developed.

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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Factors include:
    • High illiteracy rates.
    • Southern language trends.
    • Influence of folk medicine and other belief systems.
    • Religion.
    • Influence of freed slaves and other ethnic groups.
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Abbominable pain = abdominal pain
  • Acid in the blood = a summer rash due to eating too many tomatoes.
  • Actin’ drunk = vertigo
  • Arthuritis = meanest of those “itis” brothers.
  • Athletic seizure = epileptic seizure
  • Augres = violent, shaking chills
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Bad = tendency. (“I’m bad to eat sweets.”)
  • Bad blood = positive syphilis serology.
  • Bate = abate. “The pain bates down.”
  • Bealed = gather matter, come to a head (often in reference to ear infections)
  • Bottom = perineum
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Cadillacs = cataracts
  • Cascade = vomit; also referred to as:
    • Technicolor yawn
    • Yelling at the concrete
    • Hollerin’ for Ralph
    • Wantin’ a Buick
    • Drivin’ the porcelain bus
  • Chicken breath = “she can’t breathe”
  • Chicken Pops = chicken pox
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Clabber = What happens to milk in the stomach. Felt to be significant when seen in vomitus.
  • Clogs = clots (“Dem blood clogs is comin’ down”)
  • Clutter Headache = cluster headache
  • Cold = any unexplained inflammation above the waist (“I got a cold in my shoulder”)
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Courage = potency (also see “nature”)
  • Deathly sick = nauseated
  • Down there = delicate reference to the genitals
  • Drawin’ Spell = hyperventilation with carpopedal spasm.
  • Dropsy = heart failure
  • Evicted = addicted
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Fester = to become infected
  • Fireballs of the Eucharist = fibroids of the uterus
  • Flustrated = Flustered and frustrated all in one.
  • Gape = Gasp (“He had to gape for his breath”)
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Gaulded = Scalded appearance (usually refers to a groin rash)
  • Give out = completely exhausted
  • Goober = penis (often used with prefix “little”)
  • Goozle = throat
  • Goin’ Down = Getting weaker
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Hard attack = heart attack (“He had a couple of hard attacks, but he’ll be OK”)
  • Hark = cough or clear throat
  • Hawk = cough or clear throat, often used with the terms:
    • Loogie
    • Lung Oysters
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • High blood = hypertension
  • High hernia = hiatal hernia
  • Hope = help (“That medicine didn’t hope me”)
  • Hunker = squat
  • Hurt = steady discomfort
  • Ill = angry, not sick
  • Infantigo = impetigo
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Itch = scabies
  • Intestinal flu = gastroenteritis
  • Kernals = lymph nodes
  • Leaders = tendons
  • Light heart attack = angina
  • Light stroke = transient ischemic attack
  • Locked bowels = constipation
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Low blood = anemia (“I got high blood and low blood too!”)
  • Matter = accumulated thick secretions
  • Mess = a lot
  • Mighty Internal Fart = myocardial infarction
  • Monthly = menses (“Damn that man, my monthly is late again.”)
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Nature = potency
  • Nerves = any psychiatric disorder
  • Nervous bust-up = nervous breakdown
  • Node = was aware of
  • Null = diminish (“My pain nulled down”)
  • Numbin’ medicine = local anesthetic
  • Octagen = oxygen
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Old Timers Disease = Alzheimer’s disease
  • Old timey flu = true influenza
  • Pain = sharp pain (“There ain’t no pain, just a dead hurt”)
  • Pass wind = flatulence
  • Perireptile risin’ = perirectal abscess
  • Peanut butter balls = phenobarbital
  • Prostrate = prostate
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Persh to death = waste away
  • Piles = hemorrhoids
  • Pity party = feeling bad for self
  • Plumb = completely or truly
  • Poke = sack containing medication (also intercourse)
  • Pone = Smooth, rounded subcutaneous nodule
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Privacies = genitalia
  • Proud = glad (“I’m proud I don’t have cancer”)
  • Regulate my bowels = give something for constipation or diarrhea
  • Rift = belch
  • Right = very (“I am right tired”)
  • Risin’ = small, inflammatory nodule
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Roaches on my liver = cirrhosis of the liver
  • Root Drop = impotence
  • Seeds = testicles
  • Shy kidneys = can’t urinate while watched
  • Sick as hell anemia = sickle cell anemia
  • Sick rag = wet cloth to forehead
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Skim = haziness (“There is a skim over my eyes”)
  • Smilin’ Mighty Jesus = spinal meningitis
  • Sprangles = paresthesias
  • Straddle = crotch
  • Stubborn = constipated
  • Swimmin’ = vertigo
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Technical shot = tetanus shot
  • Terrify = annoy greatly
  • Thick blood = imaginary condition whereby the doctor gives blood thinners
  • Throwing up his toenails = impressive vomiting
  • Trots = diarrhea
  • Tylon = Tylenol
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Southern Medical Terminology
  • Vomick = vomit
  • Weak kidneys = incontinent
  • Weasles = measles
  • Wen = sebaceous cyst (usually on head)
  • Whelps = hives
  • Workin’ medicine = laxative
  • Worry = to bother
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Redneck Trauma Score

Chances of Survival:

0-5 points…………………….30%

5-12 points…………………..60%

Greater than 12 points……..95%

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Redneck Trauma Score

ETOH level:

100-299………..………………….2 pts

300 – more…..……………………4 pts

Injured while riding motorcycle:

with helmet……………………….1 pt

without helmet……………………2 pts

Arrives wearing biker shirt…………..1 pt

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Redneck Trauma Score

Patient coming from or going to jail...4 pts

Spouse in jail…………………………. 1 pt

Arrives via helicopter between 1:00-5:00 AM…………………………………… 1 pt

Known by at least 5 persons in ER… 1 pt

Tattoo….…1 point each (maximum 5 pts)

If homemade…………….……1 extra pt

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Redneck Trauma Score

Last bath more than 2 weeks ago…..1 pt

Forty pounds or more overweight……1 pt

“Bad Back” and must be lifted by staff for all x-rays…………………………….1 pt

Beard longer than 2 inches………….1 pt

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Redneck Trauma Score

Known seizure disorder secondary to previous closed head trauma, but doesn’t know the name of medications that he is not taking……………….. 2 pts

Routinely “vomicks” two or more times a week………………………………… 1 pt

Has two children with the same first name………………………………… 1 pt

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Redneck Trauma Score

Number of abortions – 1 point each (maximum of 3 points)

Number of previous episodes of PID or VD -1 point each (maximum of 3 points)

Previous suicide attempts…………..1 pt

Previously shot or stabbed………….2 pts

Allergic to Tylenol, Aspirin, Motrin, or Darvon…………………………….…1 pt

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Redneck Trauma Score

Allergic to Kwell……………………… 1 pt

Drinks more than 2 cases of beer per week………………………………… 1 pt

Smokes more than 2 cartons of cigarettes per week……………………………. 1 pt

Education less than 10th grade…….. 1 pt

Sells blood every other month……… 1 pt

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Redneck Trauma Score

On disability…………………………. 1 pt

Seeking disability…………………… 1 pt

Found at scene without shoes or socks and ambient temperature < 30 degrees…………………………….. 1 pt

Calls EMS personnel “ambulance drivers”……………………………… 2 pts

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Redneck Trauma Score

Found at scene with stool or urine in shoes………………………………. 1 pt

Found at scene with holes or excretions in underwear…………………………. 1 pt

Calls a male paramedic “a good looking bitch”………………………………... 1 pt

Patient or next of kin is named “Bubba”……………………………… 1 pt

medical humor
Medical Humor

“Laughter without a tinge of philosophy is but a sneeze of humor. Genuine humor is repeat with wisdom.”

- Mark Twain

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Medical Humor

“Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing.”

- Mark Twain

medical jargon
Medical Jargon
  • “That’s about as clear as the ostomy club swimming pool.”
  • “That ain’t right”
  • Testicles: they do dress a fellow up.
  • “Never let knowledge or reason substitute for dogma.”
  • “Never examine a child who is wearing cowboy boots.”
  • “Never trust a naked baby.”
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Medical Jargon
  • “All bleeding stops.”
  • “Don’t let the skin stand between you and the diagnosis.”
  • “The hurtin’ stops when the pain goes away.”
  • “When everything is going right, you’ve done something wrong.”
  • “The three most over rated things in the world: Mayo Clinic, the US Postal Service, and the Seattle Fire Department.”
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Medical Jargon
  • “Crimson Tide” = menstrual period
  • “Dropping the roses” = menstrual period
  • “Two Beers” = always the answer to, “How much did you have to drink?”
  • “Some Dude” = always the answer to “Who stabbed you?”
  • “He looks like a Baptist to me” = unconscious Jehovah’s Witness who needs an emergent transfusion
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Medical Jargon
  • “A hospital visitor in a three-piece suit carrying a brief case is a lawyer until proven otherwise.”
  • “A patient’s ability to survive illness or major trauma is inversely proportional to his value to society.”
  • “Why are we all here and what does this all mean?”
  • “It’s better to have a positive VDRL than to never have loved at all.”
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Medical Jargon
  • “Do not ridicule large people carrying weapons.”
  • “Car Bite” = automobile accident
  • “Crispy Critter” = burn patient
  • “Crunch” = automobile accident
  • “Pus Butt” = perirectal abscess
  • “Triage tragedy” = what happens when a ruptured AAA is triaged to OB as a term pregnancy.
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Medical Jargon
  • “Tachylordia” = lordy, lordy, lordy
  • “Tachylordia with a Junctional Jesus” = lordy, lordy, lordy, Jesus, lordy, lordy, lordy
  • “Trols ‘R Us” = emergency department
  • “Pit” = emergency department
  • Phi Lacka Tacka = fraternity of ED trolls
  • “Tar Baby Cases” = the more you try to get free, the more you get stuck.
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Medical Jargon
  • “Gomers are like yogurt, you can’t tell when they go bad”
  • “The amount of screaming and hollering is inversely proportional to the severity of the injury.”
  • “Gome” = diminutive of GOMER
  • “Gome from a home” = nursing home patient.
  • “Gome from a home in a come” = unconscious nursing home patient
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Medical Jargon
  • “GOMER Toter” = non-emergency ambulance
  • Signs of a dead GOMER:
      • more than 2 days worth of juice glasses still full at bedside
      • Temperature less than 90 degrees
  • Stool velocity = test ordered by interns when working up GOMERs with diarrhea
  • “No mother is ever satisfied with the amount or quality of food her child eats.”
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Medical Jargon
  • “In the “pit” (ED), if you don’t know what is wrong, keep putting in tubes until someone who does arrives.”
  • “Pone Belly” = acute surgical abdomen
  • “Aye Sign” = found in Latin OB patients where “oh, oh, oh” changes to “aye, aye, aye” when cervical dilation is complete.
  • Status hispanicus = aye, aye, aye
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Medical Jargon
  • “Shake and Bake” = MVC with trauma and burns
  • “Death is not always the enemy”
  • “Bug Juice” = antibiotics
  • “Gorrilacillin” = potent antibiotics
  • “Incision of the Blue Cross” = unnecessary surgical procedure
  • “If I had a uterus in me, I’d want them to take it out.”
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Medical Jargon
  • “If she doesn’t have appendicitis, then she should take down the sign.”
  • “If it takes more than 3 people to hold down a child for a spinal tap, he probably doesn’t need to have it done.”
  • “When in doubt, order the drug on your pen.”
  • “Idiopathic” = the doctor is an idiot, the patient is pathetic.
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Medical Jargon
  • “You don’t need to run a Chi Square test on common sense.”
  • “Anything not worth doing, is worth not doing well.”
  • “If two things can go wrong, the worst one will happen.”
  • “If good intentions are combined with stupidity, it is impossible to out think them.”
  • “Beware of the paramedic who is great at getting out of trouble.”
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Medical Jargon
  • “Ohms Law of Hospital Telephones” = the person who answers the phone can never help you.
  • “Smoking the White Owl” = intubated
  • Vagina = most powerful organ in the human body
  • “You’re not the one who is sick, they are; and it’s not your fault.”
  • “In aphasia, swear words go last.”
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Medical Jargon:
  • “20% of the patients have 80% of the diseases”
  • “Hemophiliacs are accident-prone.”
  • “Positive lipstick sign” = female patient’s condition improvement marked by sudden interest in appearance
  • “Doc in a Box” = urgent care center
  • “Air Conditioned” = multiple GSWs
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Medical Jargon
  • “Age/Weight Ratio” = when the age exceeds the weight, it’s going to get bad
  • “Urban outdoorsman” = homeless person
  • 1 tattoo = 1 drunken party

2 tattoos = 2 drunken parties

3 tattoos = 1 sociopath

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Medical Jargon
  • Motorcycles / Motorcycle Riders:
    • “ORTA” = orthopedic resident training apparatus
    • “Murder cycle jockey”
    • “Honda hero”
    • “Dead head”
    • “Kawasaki Kamikaze”
    • “Crotch rockets”
    • “Give your son a motorcycle for his last birthday.”
    • “Any motorcycle rider in an accident without a helmet is an organ donor until proven otherwise.”
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Medical Jargon
  • Psychiatric Patients:
    • “Walnut Storage Disease” = nutty patient
    • “Serum Porcelain Level” = blood test for crocks
    • “Spook” = a sick crock
    • “Ring Sign” = When a patient has more rings on a hand than fingers (usually requires a serum porcelain level)
    • Elevated serum succotash
    • Skewed bean/pea ratio
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Medical Jargon
  • Psychiatric Patients:
    • Terminal microdeckia = not playing with a full deck
    • “Elevator doesn’t go to the top floor”
    • “Toys in the attic.”
    • Serum peanut butter level
    • “That patient has only three neurons. One’s infected, one’s infarcted, and the other one is inhibitory.”
    • “Granola Ward”: psych ward; fruits, nuts, & flakes
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Medical Jargon
  • Obesity:
    • Chronic biscuit abuse
    • Cornbread poisoning
    • Land whale
    • Dunlops Disease
    • Sea World consult
    • “Scrub dorsal fin TID, routine blow hole care.”
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Medical Jargon
  • Hysterical Patient Scoring System (10 pts is diagnostic)
    • Golden slippers 3 pts
    • Calls Dr. by first name 3 pts
    • Seductive behavior 4 pts
    • Satin pillow from home 2 pts
    • Multiple drug allergies (1 point per drug)
    • La belle indifference 5 pts
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Medical Jargon
  • Sick patients:
    • “He may not have bought the farm, but he made a big down payment.”
    • “Don’t put anything on layaway.”
    • “He’ll have to get better to die.”
    • “Looks like death eating a cracker.”
    • “O Sign” = obtunded, mouth open
    • “Q Sign” = obtunded, mouth open, tongue sticking out
    • “Dotted Q Sign” = obtunded, mouth open, tongue sticking out, fly on tongue
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Medical Jargon
  • Dying patients:
    • “Hang the black crepe.”
    • “He’s got buzzards sitting on his shoulder.”
    • “Give them a bottle of whiskey and a short book to read.”
    • “He is about to receive a celestial discharge.”
    • “Subacute dead”
    • “Swarming Sisters Sign” = seen at Catholic hospitals
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Medical Jargon
  • Dying patients:
    • “Pillow Rounds Needed”
    • Stat Pathology Consult
    • “Circling the drain”
    • “A-line to wall suction”
    • “Got his skates on.”
    • “His porch lights are getting dim.”
  • ADR = ain’t doing right
  • ADS due to TMB = acute dying spells due to too many birthdays
  • AGA = acute gravity attack
  • AGMI = ain’t gonna’ make it
  • ALS = advanced lizard slinging
  • AQR = ain’t quite right
  • ART = assuming room temperature
  • AVD = acute Vistaril deficiency
  • BLS = basic lifting service
  • BOHICA = bend over, here it comes again
  • BSS = bilateral Samsonite syndrome
  • CC = cancel Christmas
  • CCFCP = “coo coo for Cocoa Puffs”
  • CNS-QNS = central nervous system - quantity not sufficient
  • CPR = can’t possibly recover
  • CTS = crazier than sh**
  • D&C = dusting and cleaning
  • DFO = done fell out
  • DIB = dead in bed
  • DRT = dead right there
  • DVR = Darth Vader respirations
  • DWO = death warmed over
  • DWO = driving while oriental
  • EMD = early morning discovery (woke up dead)
  • FDGB = fall down, go boom
  • FIBD = found in bed dead
  • FLB = funny looking beat
  • FLK = funny looking kid
  • FLK-GLM = funny looking kid, great looking mom
  • FOF = found on floor
  • FOIC = fell out in church
  • FTD = fixin’ to die (call the florist)
  • FUAB = found under a bridge
  • FUAR = found under a rock
  • FUBAR = fu**ed up beyond all recognition
  • GOA = gone on arrival
  • GPH = God damns per hour
  • HGD X 3 = he’s gonna die, he’s gonna’ die, he’s gonna’ die
  • HMO = heave mom out
  • HVLT = high-velocity lead therapy
  • LMC = low marble count
  • LOL = little old lady
  • LOL-NAD = little old lady, no apparent distress
  • OLFDGB = old lady fall down, go boom
  • OTD = out the door
  • PBAB = pine box at bedside
  • PGS = positive grits sign
  • PID = pus in dere.
  • PID = pus** in distress
  • PPP = piss poor protoplasm
  • QID = queen in distress
  • SAS = sick as sh**
  • SSDD = same sh**, different day
  • SWAG = scientific wild-assed guess
  • SWI-GOK = something’s wrong inside, God only knows
  • SWW = sick, wet and whiney
  • TBC = total body crunch
  • TDS = terminal deceleration syndrome
  • TID = transient in distress
  • TMB = too many birthdays
  • TOBASH = take out back and shoot in head
  • TOBASH-GHF = take out back and shoot in head-give heparin first
  • TPW = therapeutic pistol whipping
  • TRO = time ran out
  • TSS = toxic socks syndrome
  • WADAO = weak and dizzy all over
  • WNL = we never looked
  • WWI = walking while intoxicated
  • YOYO = you’re on you’re own
medical specialties
Medical Specialties
  • Surgeons (AKA “blades”)
    • If a surgeon was asked to name the three greatest surgeons, he would be hard pressed to name the other two.
    • “Knife rhymes with life.”
    • “A chance to cut is a chance to cure.”
    • “Nothing heals like stainless steel.”
    • “A surgeon is an internist who can operate.”
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Medical Specialties
  • Surgeons (AKA “blades”)
    • “Internists can only shake the Christmas present, surgeons get to open it.”
    • “Cold steel is the best deal.”
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Medical Specialties
  • Emergency Physicians
    • “Are you an intern or a real doctor?”
    • “Is you the doctor what’s waitin’ on me?”
    • “We just lost the last patient. Who is next?”
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Medical Specialties
  • Internists (AKA “fleas”, “swamis”)
    • “Herb doctors”
    • “The primary function of the internist is to find cases for the surgeon.”
    • “He may have died—but at least his electrolytes were in balance.”
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Medical Specialties
  • Orthopedists (AKA “Orthopods”)
    • Orthopedic surgeon: twice as strong as an ox, half as smart.
    • Orthopedic surgeon: smarter than a rock, dumber than a plant
    • Double blind study = 2 orthopedists looking at an ECG
    • Orthopedists point = area near the xiphoid where placing a stethoscope will allow you to hear breath, heart, and bowel sounds.
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Medical Specialties
  • Orthopedists (AKA “orthopods”)
    • Orthopedic Law of the Heart = The purpose of the heart is to pump Ancef to the bones.
    • BBMF = standard orthopedic consent form, “bone broke, me fix”
    • Orthopedic ooze = when the blood pulsates through the plaster after the tourniquet is removed.
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Medical Specialties
  • Radiologists (AKA “electrons” or “rads”)
    • “Shadow merchants”
    • “Throckmorton’s Sign” = On x-rays, the penis points to the pathology.
    • ”Positive Radiology Sign” = arrows and circles drawn on x-rays
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Medical Specialties
  • Obstetrician/Gynecologists
    • Vaginicologists
    • Spreader of old wives tales
    • Tuna boat captains
    • Rule of the OB Clinic = love is blind; and it has no sense of smell
    • 2nd Rule of the OB Clinic = everybody loves somebody
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Medical Specialties
  • Pediatricians (AKA “pediapods”)
    • Midget medicine
    • “Give me a pediatrician with testicles, and I’ll kiss his feet.”
medical specialists
Medical Specialists
  • Dermatologists
    • “The monkeys that pick things off of the other monkeys.”
    • “A doctor who tells you in Latin what you told him in English.”
    • Axiom of Dermatology in the ED = if it is dry, wet it; if it is wet, dry it; if you don’t know, use steroids.
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Medical Specialists
  • Urologists (AKA “plumbers” or “prostatologists”)
    • The worst shriek you have ever heard = there is a urologist in the ED
    • “Priapism is better than no ‘ism’ at all”
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Medical Specialists
  • Proctologists (AKA Rear Admirals)
    • Super duper pooper snoopers
    • “Ride the silver rocket” = proctoscope exam.
    • “Dance with the black stallion” = colonoscope exam
    • Snake pit = endoscopy suite
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Medical Specialists
  • Neurosurgeons (AKA brain bone cutters)
    • “There are only two types of neurosurgical patients—those that live and those that die.
    • The Dressing = the only difference between the preop and postop neurosurgical patient.
    • Neuro ICU = vegetable garden