Friday, 22 July 2016

Diagnosis of Life!

 The picture above shows one of the most ridiculous ultrasound reports ever written. Read it below:

There is mild enlargement of the heart with rapid or irregular rate of 142bpm, nil precordial effusion or ascites.

The kidney, liver, spleen, pancreas are normal.
Other abdominal organs are normal/

Diagnosis: Features of Angina Pectoris





.....I want to believe the "sonographer" was joking. Lol!

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