Irish Medical Dictionary

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    The Irish have the lowest stress rate
    because they do not take medical terminology seriously ...

    Medical Term

    Irish Definition

    Artery



    -

    The study of paintings



    Bacteria



    -

    Back door to cafeteria



    Barium



    -

    What doctors do when patients die



    Benign



    -

    What you be, after you be eight



    Caesarean Section



    -

    A neighbourhood in Rome



    Cat scan



    -

    Searching for Kitty



    Cauterize



    -

    Made eye contact with her



    Colic



    -

    A sheep dog



    Coma



    -

    A punctuation mark



    Dilate



    -

    To live long



    Enema



    -

    Not a friend



    Fester



    -

    Quicker than someone else



    Fibula



    -

    A small lie



    Impotent



    -

    Distinguished, well known



    Labour Pain



    -

    Getting hurt at work



    Medical Staff



    -

    A Doctor's cane



    Morbid



    -

    A higher offer



    Nitrates



    -

    Rates of Pay for Working at Night,
    Normally more money than Days




    Node



    -

    I knew it



    Outpatient



    -

    A person who has fainted



    Pelvis



    -

    Second cousin to Elvis



    Post Operative



    -

    A letter carrier



    Recovery Room



    -

    Place to do upholstery



    Rectum



    -

    Nearly killed him



    Secretion



    -

    Hiding something



    Seizure



    -

    Roman Emperor



    Tablet



    -

    A small table



    Terminal Illness



    -

    Getting sick at the airport



    Tumour



    -

    One plus one more



    Urine



    -

    Opposite of you're out



     
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