As promised, for NP Odyssey:
My strategy is say them loud! Say them earnestly, and with confidence. If someone disagrees with you, point out the less than ideal conditions for auscultation (i.e emergency department or busy exam station). Then smile and hope to hell at least one of your buzz words was correct.
Or become a specialist. At one point this summer the radiologist was commenting on the fact he wasn't entirely sure if he was seeing a small effusion on a chest x-ray or not. He gave me a wicked grin as he dictated there was an effusion, clicked off the dictaphone and said, "Who is going to disagree with the radiologist's findings?"