Dr. Krapfl was explaining to us the technique he uses for bilateral abdominal cryptorchid surgery. Which is more important but less entertaining than the pictures he used to illustrate his points.

I asked Dr. Krapfl if I could post these photos, and he said I could. I also said I WAS listening. I was.

 We all yelled our guesses like we were playing Pictionary. I thought the best guess was a tick.

We all yelled our guesses like we were playing Pictionary. I thought the best guess was a tick.

 Dr. Krapfl paused to explain that this is a dog. Clearly.

Dr. Krapfl paused to explain that this is a dog. Clearly.

 See? A beautiful dog.

See? A beautiful dog.

 For the life of us, we could not guess what the dots were, even with the hint that a dog may or may not have the marked #1 dot. Guesses included toes (nope) and pads (nope).

For the life of us, we could not guess what the dots were, even with the hint that a dog may or may not have the marked #1 dot. Guesses included toes (nope) and pads (nope).

 The dots are claws!

The dots are claws!

Thanks Dr. Krapfl for being a good sport! We truly were listening :)

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THE IMPORTANCE OF A COMPLETE HISTORY

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