So, you're the new radiologist at the hospital, which is kind of a problem, since you slept through medical school and don't know your cranium from your endocardium. That's all right, the rules here are pretty simple.|
You put your patients in the x-ray machine (that's what radiology is, right?), and what you see on the screen is a bunch of fractures. Except they're not bone fractures, they're word fractures. Your first job is to figure out what the words mean. If you had gone to medical school, you would know that it's easy to just sound the words out to figure out what the word or phrase actually is.
Next, you need to diagnose the patient. Figure out the common bond between the fractured words and phrases, and use them to distinguish your patient's disease. Here's an example:
Patient #1 presents the following fractures when exposed to radiation:
Pronounce the words aloud, figure out what the common bond is, and use the clues to diagnose your first patient.
Copyright, FunTrivia.com. All Rights Reserved.
Legal / Conditions of Use