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'The Doctor will see you now. Here's your medical jargon dictionary.'
Moe's Fix-It Shop - No Heroic Measures
'You can see the Doctor now. Don't ask him anything too medical.'
'Tech support says your anti-virus software did not catch the problem since it is not a virus. It's a bacterium.'
'He's started hanging around ever since he found out orthopaedic means bones!'
'I'll give it to you straight - This disease is almost IMPOSSIBLE to pronounce.'
'Instead of layman's terms, let me explain it in dollars and cents.'
"I've reviewed your file and I'm afraid you have a bad case of gobbledegook!"
"Young man, go to your room and stay there until your cerebral cortex matures."
"We don't have a term for people who crave bear markets."
"Appendicitis is Latin for inflamed pen."
"Ironically enough, the transplant will cost you an arm and a leg."
"I know you're new to the job, Ms. Jones, but the correct term is 'stat'... not 'move your ass'!"
Evolving Changes in Medical Lingo
"This is the worst case of bird flu I've ever seen!"
"You know that YouTube video that went viral? - You've got it."
"Are you sure? - I didn't know people HAD flux capacitors!"
"I've never been big on terminology, so just let me say you're really sick"
"In layman's terms, I just rewound your biological clock."
'Yep - That boil's definitely coming to a head.'
'I'm fairly certain it's, what we call in the medical profession, a 'snake'.'
'It was a trememdous piece of surgery!...'
"What would I call your rash in lay terms? How about 'yeeech!'"
"It's not a pain reliever, but it resembles one. It's called Acetametaphor."