Biceps

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Figure 1: Clearly too fit to be an internist

The biceps is a large muscle in the upper arm that is well-developed in surgeons (See Figure 4) and atrophic in internists.[1]


Recent Developments


On February 21, 2017, orthopedic surgeon Thor Hammersley spotted an internist by the name Vincent Jones with bigger biceps than him or any other surgeon. In the orthopedic world, this is what they call a zebra.[2]


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References


  1. Orthopedic Applicant Tears Phonebook in Half to Seal Interview (Gomerblog)
  2. Orthopod Bewildered by Internist with Bigger Biceps (Gomerblog)


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