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II tabs. tid. means take two tablets three times a day. Medicine’s Latin history with regard to its language isn’t an easy thing to change, but it automatically creates a barrier between laypeople who never learned Latin and doctors who must pick up this old language in their medical education. To some extent, medical jargon becomes a secret language or code that distances physicians from the public. Only they can decipher their language. But it’s also true that medicine’s language has crept into the public arena with the spread of public health and today’s aggressive pharmaceutical campaigns that target consumers.
You’ll be whisked in and out quickly. In all likelihood, your doctor will do his or her best to draw the answers out of you, but you’ll forget to mention a symptom or two and you’ll hesitate to add more to your story. And, while your doctor mills though your records to find a reason in your history for this pain, you wait and wait for the doctor to come up with the answer—without a clear sense of the whole story. For example, let’s say you’re a woman who’s been having a series of severe headaches.
Two: The Doctor Isn’t Always Right In my opinion, the third reason—a doctor’s worry that an autopsy will reveal some mistake on the part of the hospital and its staff—is the most common. Consider this: Premortem (before death) diagnostic errors are still found in approximately 40 percent of all patients autopsied. When an autopsy uncovers an underlying problem not previously diagnosed when the patient was alive, the doctor(s) and hospital become vulnerable to malpractice lawsuits. A look back at 2001 illustrates the value—and importance— of autopsy results when it comes to understanding how we die and what others can do to prolong their own lives.