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Topic: MRI and CAT Scans (3 msgs / 90 lines)
1) From: Lesley Albjerg
A man brought his dog in to the Vet because he thought it might be dead.  The Vet looked her over and broke the sad news to the pet owner that his dogie was dead.  In his despair the man begged him to make sure.  So the vet brought in a Black Labrador Retriever.  The Retriever sniffed around and pawed at the dog, it didn't move.  He then brought in a Persian Cat.  The cat walked all over the dog and it didn't move.  The Vet asked him, "Are you now satisfied that your dog is dead?"  The man said, "yes."  As he was leaving he was astonished at the bill.  He told the receptionist, "I can't believe this bill!  How come it is $1500.00 just to find out my dog was dead!  She said, it would have only been $25.00, but you ordered LAB work and a CAT scan.
Going to be pulling shots this AM on my own machine for the first time since my accident.
 
Les
Ed Needham  wrote:
No dye. No IV. No tubes. I think they do that with a CAT scan though. The
operator warned me that it would warm up quite a bit on the last round. She
was right. I figured they cranked the power a bit.
Ed

2) From: Lowe, David
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
This is going in my humor file. 
 
Les, glad to hear that you're continuing to heal up.
 
Dave Lowe

3) From: Bryn Shapperd
MMMMM.... Yes. Contrast media. It looks like water, smells like water, and 
makes your mouth taste like you're sucking on a galvanised pipe. I had some 
the other day. The worst part was it was 9 AM and they said to avoid 
caffeine for 4 hours. Now that was sacrifice. I hope I didn't harm my 
insides by having a latte 3:59 after the IV???
Bryn.
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