Irish Medical Dictionary.

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  1. Artery: The study of painting and sculpture.
    Bacteria: The backdoor to a cafeteria.
    Barium: What undertakers do when medical aid fails.
    Benign: What you be after being eight.
    Caesarean section: A neighbourhood in Rome.
    Cat scan: Looking for lost cat.
    Cauterize: Made eye contact with her.
    Colic: A sheepdog with stomach pain.
    Coma: A punctuation mark.
    Dilate: Longevity.
    Enema: Not a friend.
    Fester: Quicker than someone else.
    Fibula: A little lie.
    Impotent: Distinguished, Well known.
    Labour Pain: Gordon Brown.
    Morbid: A higher offer.
    Nitrates: Better than day rates but not
    as good as overtime.
    Node: I knew it.
    Outpatient: Unconscious person.
    Pelvis: Was Elvis's Pa.
    Post Operative: Works for Royal Mail.
    Rectum: Nearly killed him.
    Secretion: Hiding something.
    Seizure: Roman Emperor.
    Tablet: Small Table.
    Terminal Illness: Taken sick at Airport.
    Tumour: One plus one more.
    Urine: Opposite to urout.
    Vulva: Minge like a danish car.
    Wen: How soon.
    Xerosis: Female foetus.
    Yellow Fever: Hereditary French disease.