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Funny things patients say

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by hill, Sep 3, 2016.

  1. hill

    hill Active Member


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    I had a patient this week for nail surgery who had been severely traumatized by a previous experience with a general surgeon who had done a TNA (without phenolisation) on the same nail two years ago and she had severe post surgical pain, to such an extent that now with me she pleaded with me AFTER I had finished the procedure to please administer more local anesthetic so that it would stay numb for longer.
     
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