Can’t tell if it’s a liver or a spleen?
You really need to work on your bedsides.
And that was a giant potato 🥔 the patient ate for their lunch.
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Fact: You can’t palpate a patient’s potato unless the patient is from Cartoon Network’s dimension.
Eat. Sleep. Share. Repeat
A Med School survivor. Made it through terrible tests, fatal exams, dreadful vivas, clueless OSCEs and currently surviving hospital rotations. Brain function drops to 0.2% during rounds but still able to maintain my sanity.