Category: Orthopedics

BREAKING: MRI of 54 year old male’s shoulder reported as normal.

By: @DrGolfShirt

The medical community is abuzz after the MRI of a 54 year-old Ontario man, Wade Lafreniere’s, right shoulder was reported as “normal”. To date, it is the first documented case of a normal shoulder MRI in a patient over the age of 30. Radiology was unable to list any pathology to rule out and clinical correlation was not recommended.  

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Hospital Now Hiring Gentoo Penguins to Increase Biodiversity

Juneau, AK – Due to an embarrassing lack of diversity in many medical professions nationwide, hospital systems are increasing their efforts to support minority populations. Most ideas have included outreach recruiting programs and awareness campaigns, but one hospital in Juneau, Alaska is taking a different, more well-dressed approach. Penguins. They are hiring penguins.

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Patients Flock to Hand Surgeons, Demand Upgrade to “Texting Thumb”

St. Louis, MO – Hand Surgeons around the country reported a 200% increase in new patient visits last month as word of “texting thumb” spread through Reddit and the Twittersphere.

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