Re: [Histonet] Clinicians surgeons and pathologists

From:"Linda Blazek"

Then there were the five doctors that went duck hunting.  They were
sitting in the duck blind when a duck flew over.  The obstetrician stood
up to shoot, and said "wait a minute, I think that's a male and I don't
deal with males."  Another duck flew over and the family practitioner
stood up to shoot and said "Oh wait a minute, I'm not sure if it is a
duck.  It might be a duck, but I think I'll wait and see."  Then a third
duck flew over.  The psychiatrist stood up and said "That is a duck! 
But wait, does he know he's a duck?"  and sat back down.  When the
fourth duck flew over the surgeon jumped up and shot it and turned to
the pathologist and said "Go see if that's a duck".
Linda  Blazek, HT (ASCP)
Department of Pathology
Children's Medical Center
Dayton, Ohio  45404
(937) 641-3358
fax (937)641-5482

>>> "Morken, Tim - Labvision"  02/04/2005
3:35:36 PM >>>

While clinicians know something about everything and  surgeons know
everything about something,  pathologists know everything about
everything -
but it's too late.

Tim Morken

And a surgeon once said of pathologists that the reason they always
seem to
know everything is that their elbows are closer to the books than
people's are.

Dr Terry L Marshall, B.A.(Law), M.B.,Ch.B.,F.R.C.Path  Consultant
Pathologist  Rotherham General Hospital  South Yorkshire  England

-----Original Message-----
From: Ford Royer []
Sent: 03 February 2005 21:44
Subject: Re: [Histonet] 37% formaldehyde

My dear 'ol pathologist, God rest his soul, would always say... "If you

want to hide a $10.00 bill from a surgeon, put it in a textbook!"

~ Ford  ;-)

Ford M. Royer, MT(ASCP)
Midwest Science Biocenter
Minneapolis, MN

Bell, Lynne wrote:

>As one of our pathologists always says, "You can always tell a surgeon

>- but you can't tell him much!"
>Lynne A. Bell, HT (ASCP)
>Central Vermont Hospital
>P. O. Box 547
>Barre, VT  05641

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