The Doctors Case
The Doctor’s Case is a new collection of humorous writings, musings and stories from Dr Maurice Guéret as he celebrates twenty five years in Irish medicine. It follows on the great success of his first
book What The Doctor Saw, which sold thousands of copies and received rave reviews. Well known for his popular dose of Rude Health each week in the Sunday Independent, the good doctor now delves deep into his Gladstone bag to uncover a delightful repository of clinical gems. Dr Guéret ventures out on busman’s holidays to Venice, Paris, Madrid, Florence, Prague and further afield. He ponders whether the varicose veins that run in the legs of his family saved grandfather Guéret’s life at Ypres during the Great War.
Dr. Maurice Guéret
‘What the Doctor Saw’ is a collection of the best writings of Dr Maurice Guéret.
Well over a hundred published and unpublished pieces including columns on Medical Malapropisms, Execution by Hanging, Genital Retraction Syndrome, Honest Crisps, Rude Consultants, The Last Castrato, The Absurdity of Jogging, Men in Gardens, Papal Health, Irish Transsexuals, Tasers, Quacks, Cryogenics, Sigmund Freud’s Birthday, Dead Snooker Players, Traveller Health, Australian Medical Slang, Medical Senators, Health Fascism, the Iveagh Baths and much more.