Thursday, April 27, 2006

Warm, Pink, Moist, and Lovely

Michelle recently asked me,

When Docs stick the thingamabob up your nose, what exactly do they see?

Here's my response:

. . . an endoscopic guided tour through the nose and throat. Enjoy!



At 8:51 PM, Blogger Wide Lawns Subservient Worker said...

You are the coolest doctor I have ever seen! And so I have a question for you. I have a cold and my mother insists that I can cure it by pouring peroxide in my ears, which I think is utter rubbish. I need a professional opinion. I should also add that my mother loves ear candling, God help her. I do not, as I am not fond of sticking things in my ears or of having burning anything sticking off my head.

At 12:10 AM, Anonymous Doug Hoffman said...

You're right, she's wrong. Peroxide is rubbish. Candling is rubbish. Your instincts are quite sound.

At 12:25 AM, Blogger muncalpez said...

Doc, I would like to do my apreciations for your Job.
I'm an Italian medical student, I'm trying to be accepted as a resident in Ent in my city, sometimes i'm a little bit scared by this world, most of time there is more interest for Money & co rather than for the patient's health..
Hard hob is expecting me.
Maybe this is non the appropriate site to ask you this information,
do you know a complete, serious, user friendly manual in ent?


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