Pokémon stands for pocket monsters, which can be found not only anywhere in the world but anywhere in the human body. If defensive medicine wasn't enough of a reason to do a million-dollar work-up for patients, then searching for Pokémon from head to toe with a bevy of radiographic studies and endoscopic procedures should be.
- A rat is not a Pokémon.
- Abra likes to hide out in sub-zero operating rooms.
- Be careful not to miss a Pokémon on chest X-ray.
- Pikachu likes to hide out in the intestines for some reason.
- If a catheter is clogged, it's one of two things: a clot or a Squirtle
- Chances are if you spot Snorlax he needs to be intubated for airway protection.
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- Hospital Rat Mistaken for Pokémon
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- Radiologist Misses Right Lower Lobe Pokémon on Chest X-Ray.
- Pokémon Go Update: Pikachu Spotted in Man’s Colon
- Nurse Flushes Family of Squirtles Out of Blocked Foley Catheter
- Pokémon Go Update: Snorlax Found Down, Intubated