Wednesday, 15 April 2020

GETTING TESTED: A Limerick-Based Handbook on MEDICAL TESTING

Giorgio Coniglio (pseudonym); medicine
coaster from a medical school reunion
WORDPLAY post #214 
SATIRE COMPOSED: Giorgio Coniglio and Dr. GH, March 2020. This group of terse verses has also been submitted to OEDILF.com.  

Those readers with a medical bent might want to click to review earlier poetic collections by our intrepid pair of writers:
Limericks about Nuclear Cardiology (post #79, September, 2017)
Limericks about Doctors and Patients (post #148, December 2018), 
Cloying Verse: To Clot, or Not to Clot (post #184, September, 2019)
Limericks about Patients and their Diseases (post #205, February 2020)

SONGLINK: For those readers who like poetry set to music: You can find lots of singable limerick-medleys, and other singable oddities of medical relevance on our sister blog "SILLY SONGS and SATIRE". Find the hotlinks on post #205 of the current blog.
Hello! I'm your social distancing trainer!

SOCIAL MEDIA: Giorgio has responded to the current crisis by sticking his toe in social media, and if you look hard you may be able to find him intermittently on Facebook and Twitter - 15 'tweets' so far.  






























EPILOGUE: With respect to false-positive testing for COVID-19, this anecdote may be enlightening ... 



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