Last week, I had a follow-up visit with my primary care physician to discuss the results of my MRI. The MRI was ordered to (hopefully) rule out the possibility of a tumor on my ear nerve. I know, that’s not medically specific, but as you see below, who knows?
Anyway, based on my answers to my wife’s questions after my first visit – which largely consisted of: “I didn’t ask that…” and “I’m not sure…” and “I forgot…” – she decided to go with me.
The doctor came in. He reviewed the situation to-date, and then he took out the report from the radiologist. His choice of phrasing, given that the MRI was of my brain, was probably a med school classic:
“We didn’t find anything remarkable.”
They didn’t let me bring my iPhone into the MRI, so a couple of random photos is the best I can do today. I know, I don’t need photos, but I like sharing them here because I get better feedback than I do on Flickr.
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun weekly series One-Liner Wednesday. You can follow this link to see the one-liners from the other participants.