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Newquagmire

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Originally posted by coldchemist
I just want to know what search terms you were using when you found that article!
search? that's the first publication i included on my LOI
 

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Jeez, I'm pretty sure I would realize that had happened before someone found the darn thing with a scope.

Hmmm, first it had a hat, then it didn't (hard to miss when you're looking so closely), and I remember a funny pause in my breathing . . . . .

Then again after some of the stories my EM friends have told be I'll believe anything.

Darn close to a Darwin Award winner

Thanks for the laugh!
 

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and the lesson learned here today is ....
 

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That's good, but I'm not sure it tops the grandaddy of 'em all:

Verkuyl DA. Oral conception. Impregnation via the proximal gastrointestinal tract in a patient with an aplastic distal vagina. Case report. Br J Obstet Gynaecol. 1988 95(9):933-4.

A tale of love, betrayal and revenge. I have lost my copy of the article, but it's worth a trip to your friendly neighborhood medical library.
 

Newquagmire

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Newquagmire said:
search? that's the first publication i included on my LOI
awww, i just found out my journal submission got a rejection letter too :thumbdown:

i guess it doesn't matter as much since the application cycle is basically over :rolleyes:
 

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Havarti666 said:
That's good, but I'm not sure it tops the grandaddy of 'em all:

Verkuyl DA. Oral conception. Impregnation via the proximal gastrointestinal tract in a patient with an aplastic distal vagina. Case report. Br J Obstet Gynaecol. 1988 95(9):933-4.

A tale of love, betrayal and revenge. I have lost my copy of the article, but it's worth a trip to your friendly neighborhood medical library.
Now I'm curious. I tried searching for this article on PubMed, found it but it didn't include links (probably because too long ago), not even an abstract... and NIH Library is far from my lab. Could anyone find and post it here? A tale of love, betrayal and revenge.... mmmmm.... :rolleyes:
 

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Newquagmire said:
hey immunoant, i think it's "bruins," plural. ... .
Oh.... *shrug* (whatever ...) and I am wearing my favorite UCLA T-shirt today ... ... thanks for ruining my cheerful day, you *insert what I called you last time*!!! :smuggrin:
 
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