Ancient Artworks Reveal That Medieval Doctors Probably Need To Explain Themselves


Medicine has come a long way, baby.

And if these medieval medical paintings and drawings are anything to go by, we’re definitely heading in the right direction.

Although these medieval medical paintings might paint a pretty gruesome picture of medieval healthcare, they definitely make for some solid memes.

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  1. 1 When your doctor is pissed because you came in late for your appointment to get a hole drilled in your head.

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  2. 2 When your physician is pissed because they have to sweep the bugs out of your hair for the 100th time.

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  3. 3 When your dentist has no forearm strength so he just pushes of your chest with his muddy boot to remove a tooth.

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  4. 4 When the other doctors are right next to you trash-talking your doctor's skills as he slices your head open.

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  5. 5 When your OBGYN has really tiny legs and feet so they need to go extra lengths to get the right angle.

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  6. 6 When your doctor should be treating you for smallpox but they're too busy throwing dandelion puffs into the air.

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  7. 7 When the entire medical team decides to get absolutely trashed before your head operation.

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  8. 8 When your urologist who wears a bowl on his head scolds you about your abnormally massive testicles.

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  9. 9 When your doctor casually cuts into your veins and lets you bleed out into a bowl on the floor.

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  10. 10 When your doctor makes you hand from a chandelier so she can deliever your adult baby.

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