While he was making his hospital rounds with a group of medical students in a Dublin Hospital, the doctor beckoned them over to look at an x-ray.
“As you can see”, the doctor said, pointing to the x-ray, “this patient limps because his left fibula and tibia are radically arched”.
The doctor then looked at one of the medical students and said, “Patrick, what would you do in a case like this?”
Patrick thought for a minute and then replied, “Well doctor, I suppose if that was me, I would limp too”.
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LOL – I have a tib/fib injury – and I limp too.