Move over lycanthropy, England has discovered a disturbing new disease that defies diagnosis – dancing gorilla disease. That’s right transformative troglodytic discophilia. Translation: there’s a tiny troglodyte doing the tango inside your chest, just waiting to bust out on the next full moon. Could you be infected?
Here’s the history. A group of the best radiologists at a hospital in England were shocked to discover diminutive dancing gorillas in 1 out of 5 CT scans they examined. Scans like the one below revealed a hominid hustling to take over its human host – dancing gorilla disease.
Early detection is key so how can you tell if you are infected?
Well first the bad news. The bad news is this: 83% of trained radiologists at the same hospital were unable to diagnose dancing gorilla disease. That’s right. 83% of radiologists were completely unable to see the dancing gorilla in CT scans like the one below.
To be fair to these reject radiologists, who really expects to find a dancing gorilla inside a patient’s chest? That’s the problem with dancing gorilla disease and why it goes undetected by even the most highly trained medical professionals.
So until we can add this to The Monstrometer, you must learn to defend yourself against dancing gorilla disease. Can you spot the hustling hominidae hiding in your own lungs long before your knuckles start to drag? Try examining the CT scan below. Can you find the dancing gorilla? If so, congratulations! You could be one of the best radiologists in England!