Wit'n'wisdom - 1 Nov 2011
His esteemed colleague had noted that the boy presented with some itchy “whelks” on his forearm. Subsequent examination confirmed the presence of these pesky whelks and he suggested that they would be well treated with a course of antihistamines.
It got Dr McDonnell wondering whether he could put all the out-of-date antihistamines from his sample cupboard to good use to rid his veggie patch of snails.
There is no stopping W’n’W legend Dr Andrew MacDonald of Cooks Hill, NSW. His first story concerns a patient who had received an injection into his eye. “It feels swollen,