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A spot of Savin: A majestic swoosh

A few weeks ago my youngest grandson went to the bathroom, for the usual reasons. He seemed to be taking rather a long time and I asked how he was getting on. ‘I am doing a majestic swoosh’, he replied. These were long words for a three-year-old, and probably borrowed from a film about dinosaurs. I was glad he did not say that he was ‘experiencing prolonged micturition’, as the flabby verbosity of some scientific writers is my theme for today.
Dermatology in practice 2001; 9(2): 31–31
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