Monday, April 6, 2015

Name that injury

Everyone seemed to enjoy the last round of "name that injury", so I figure we can try again.

What is this brilliant drawing attempting to explain:



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  2. umbilical hernia? (wouldn't an aneurysm be both sides?)

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    1. Fusiform yes, but saccular would be unilateral

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  3. I concur with aneurysm, probably aortic

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  4. it's a goiter!

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  5. Aortic aneurysms are fusiform. If that's an aneurysm, that looks saccular. So, maybe it's a cerebral aneurysm.

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  6. aneurysm or diverticulitis?

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  7. A piece of sheet rock swung down and struck an erect penis.

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  8. Gotta be diverticulosis

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  9. Prenancy (not technically a disease but some days it sure feels like one)

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  11. i'm going with herniated spinal disc (I have no medical training whatsoever!)

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  12. It was meant to be a saccular brain aneurysm.

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