Merry Christmas! No doubt you have been singing a few carols this holiday season. What many do not realise is the fact that many of these carols are based on very sound ENT basic sciences and principles. The anatomy, pathology and the expertise around ENT surgery is well displayed and sung in these carols. So … More Otorhinolaryngological Christmas Carols
How should an anaesthesiologist celebrate Christmas? Sit in a corner with a book and a glass of milky liquid, adjusting the table intermittently, passing gas at all times. How should an orthopedist celebrate Christmas? Turkey. Fork. Hammer. How should an emergency physician celebrate Christmas? Turkey. Quick. Slash neck. Puncture chest. Tube in every orifice. Pepper. … More How should doctors celebrate Christmas?
Surgeons are normally not comfortable among crowds who talk back to them. Christmas, therefore, presents a challenging social dilemma to the discerning surgeon. On one hand he/she is awkward in social gatherings, on the other he/she knows that being the centre of attention is important for his/her ego. You know the old joke: “What does … More How a Surgeon should celebrate Christmas
Last weekend was our 8th anniversary weekend. Lots of people did not believe that I’ve been married that long. I wonder if it’s because I looked young, or perhaps because people did not think that marriage could last my surgical training that long? You know the old joke: An elderly couple was asked “Wow, you’ve … More 8 Things 8 years of marriage has taught me