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Complete thread -- (I agree.....) "Above 3 S.D. from expected mean," "above 97th or even 99th %ile" maybe...
Complete thread -- may also hear/referred to these in dictation(kidney pt)
Complete thread -- Sigh
Complete thread -- 2 different things, speech (in terms of delivery) and rhythm
Complete thread -- Closest I can come up with is Futuro splint (& this splint is worn on the wrist)
Complete thread -- not meaning to be flip, but good idea to do IT as employer/QA request
Complete thread -- or another version - xanthelasma sm
Complete thread -- It seems fine to me (mental Status of psych eval)sm & link
Complete thread -- It was "erythema with some drainage".
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- correct.
Complete thread -- OFC is 51.5 cm (greater than s/l 100th percentile?) It can't be over 100 can it?
Complete thread -- don't do psych too often, plse sm
Complete thread -- thank you! I have never heard that before from this doctor at all
Complete thread -- I think acinar
Complete thread -- s/l pancreatic ass....not saying acid, please sm
Complete thread -- That sure makes sense. And there I was questioning the sibilants! TYVM!
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that is what he is referring to. Thanks much!
Complete thread -- ? SBFT small bowel followthrough
Complete thread -- cutis aplasia?? sm link
Complete thread -- In pt with GI problems, plan is schedule colonoscopy, consider s/l SDFT. More inside
Complete thread -- s/l ** key - tuh - say - play - zhuh ** ketosayplaysia?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- xanthoma
Complete thread -- how nice to get that. Thanks to both of you.
Complete thread -- HEENT exam is notable for s/l * zanthal * lesions around the eye. nm
Complete thread -- She says FNA later, but this doesn't sound the same.
Complete thread -- Telfa and Silvadene?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- okay - appreciate your input
Complete thread -- ? FNA
Complete thread -- Telfa pads ..looking for the cream
Complete thread -- some kind of dressing and cream for a mastectomy wound
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- "s/l nekanaid" was negative for carcinoma
Complete thread -- I kinda thought they do. In neither edition, do they show it fully expanded out
Complete thread -- You need to brush up on compound modifiers/ compound adjectives and see that
Complete thread -- s/l "normal cut-down" pls sm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- esophageal dilation and possible stenting
Complete thread -- Nontender does not need hyphen, not unless acct specs require it.
Complete thread -- 2nd ed, pages 167, 216-17, and 219, but I don't believe there was any change from
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone, for your opinions/help.
Complete thread -- Sound like that is it...Thank you.
Complete thread -- What kind of procedure or dx?
Complete thread -- ? visceromegaly
Complete thread -- is that the 3rd edition? searched high & low in my 2nd (thanks)
Complete thread -- I bet he means distraction arthroplasty. ...but I think it is the same thing distraction
Complete thread -- wav- regarding procedures...
Complete thread -- on exam with ABDOMEN
Complete thread -- BoS covers under "exponential expressions"... Also you can take into consideration,
Complete thread -- I would use a slash if two separate entities
Complete thread -- Plan: Pt may have a distraction arthrotomy at the ankle joint. From my research, I
Complete thread -- can't find in BOS, standards for exponential notation. Pls sm
Complete thread -- guessing... interarytenoid? SM
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just found it too! ...
Complete thread -- Don't ask me what I have been smoking.. thought I heard white dove??
Complete thread -- arytenoid
Complete thread -- end-diastolic is most certainly hyphenated (SEE STEDMAN'S PULM)
Complete thread -- throat
Complete thread -- thats what I hear too...
Complete thread -- Not at all. IF it was discontinued, then it could hardly recently been Rx'd!!
Complete thread -- semi-elective?
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't know if you still need help on this- but this is my opinion..
Complete thread -- Thank you! I kinda thought I was right, but wanted reassurance:)
Complete thread -- realy wild guess- osmosis??!
Complete thread -- (To clarify, I know this has little to do with mechanical ventilation but kids like that
Complete thread -- Elavil DC'd as name brand but amitriptyline still used. Elavil easier to write and spell.
Complete thread -- I'm a fairly new MT but I have a kid who was vent dependent for 8 years and I say no.
Complete thread -- I'm LOL at this sentence. MRI at the end of 2099 confirmed the presence of a
Complete thread -- Very interesting. Opinions needed. I have 12 years of experience and my QA
Complete thread -- Some tricyclics are used in pain control, at least they were when I was typing ortho.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! It did sound like that, but I thought it didn't make sense. I've
Complete thread -- That's really besides the point. Is anyone familiar with Elavil in this context?
Complete thread -- agree, Aceon
Complete thread -- Thank you. I got all hung up on trying to get ACE inhibitor out of it.
Complete thread -- Got it...eosinophilic fasciitis
Complete thread -- is on Aceon (then he is trying to spell it for you). a c e o n. Aceon
Complete thread -- Elavil was discontinued?
Complete thread -- prothrombin time not pro-time and that appears to be only the INR, not the PT
Complete thread -- The patient recently had labs done. TSH equal to 1.55. Pro-time / IN ...
Complete thread -- Re: Hypertension. The patient is on s/l "ace on a-c-e-o-m" which is not in the
Complete thread -- molar pregnancy
Complete thread -- sclerae are ??? anicteric.
Complete thread -- TAH/BSO in 1981 from *oh-leg* pregnancy. ESL doc listing items in PMH. No more said.
Complete thread -- Pt being seen for knee discomfort. Medication s/l Alovil. See inside, please.
Complete thread -- Can't hear that. Any other WAGs out there?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sclera is "plum," nonicteric, pupils reactive to light on both sides.
Complete thread -- NM. Need to send in note now.
Complete thread -- fractional excretion
Complete thread -- wild guess.... salpingectomy?
Complete thread -- Patient with asthma ..... sm
Complete thread -- medication.. prazolamine...anyone came across before?
Complete thread -- NP talking about elderly male and how his ability to do transfers. I'm not sure
Complete thread -- PSH: Gastric bypass, hysterectomy, "sip-ren-ectomy" as a complication of gastric
Complete thread -- Never mind. It's horsley.
Complete thread -- *calculate fashion excretion of sodium*
Complete thread -- You need a comma after back, before exacerbating and also after March
Complete thread -- s/l horse-lee bone cutter
Complete thread -- and why capping hinged?? no caps needed
Complete thread -- mottled? various shades/colors etc.?
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Thanks to you all.
Complete thread -- any fluid measurement, medications, blood loss, etc. However, tumor
Complete thread -- Definitely not mild, but thanks. It sounds like malt or molt.
Complete thread -- It would depend if it was seven three three or seven thirty three
Complete thread -- Same link I gave the other one below. for fungus. You can also check that
Complete thread -- They hope they have MTs who have a clue, that's who.
Complete thread -- s/l sesonic oral contraceptive?
Complete thread -- wow, i am so impressed!! Thank you! Now it sounds clear!
Complete thread -- mild ?
Complete thread -- In PE, she also has s/l malt ecchymosis on her forearms.
Complete thread -- good heavens!! What do they think we are!! sm & link take a look
Complete thread -- twisting simultaneously?
Complete thread -- s/l o-pen-e-ous-lee
Complete thread -- Hyphens not necessary in left greater than right.
Complete thread -- Would be fine with no punctuation or insert comma after "of" and "for"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- A site. Just Google " fibrosis panel tended to be skewed towards F3-F4"
Complete thread -- how would you punctuate this?
Complete thread -- I can't get the link to open. Is it a site or a search?
Complete thread -- Why capping lock?
Complete thread -- disappear with you same same crap. Glad I'm not you, miserable life right
Complete thread -- Micropolyspora, Penicillium, Phoma, *Infomato*, Actinomyces
Complete thread -- Nevermind, it's Lock Hinged knee brace. nm
Complete thread -- skewed? See link.
Complete thread -- the problem with "left lower extremity lumpectomy" is
Complete thread -- Brace after ACL repair, s/l "Lottins" knee brace sm
Complete thread -- could be verbal shorthand for magnet resonance arteriogram..see link
Complete thread -- there is a corkscrew anchor..see link
Complete thread -- tended to **bet scu** toward
Complete thread -- and above poster also changed meaning!
Complete thread -- Wow, you are adding a lot of words and rearranging. Not allowed on most accts.
Complete thread -- This is a very long run-on sentence. I might transcribe something like:
Complete thread -- Yes, I would add commas.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I first had allusive. Then I changed it to elusive. Then I went
Complete thread -- Interesting - I have never even heard of allusive until now.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- for me, I would use elusive sm
Complete thread -- And we have to do that because it is a FLUID measurement, not just meds.
Complete thread -- Punctuation help please. Would you add comma, hyphens, etc.?
Complete thread -- elusive
Complete thread -- allusive or elusive
Complete thread -- Where I work, we HAVE to change it to 300 mL, so that is what I would do, but your mmv
Complete thread -- cc vs. mL. I know cc is a no no for meds but if a doc dictates: Estimated blood loss
Complete thread -- s/l "anti hiss lee vee" antibody negative
Complete thread -- thanks everyone!!!
Complete thread -- thermopore orthopedic car seat? some heat-providing car seat? thermo?
Complete thread -- don't think that actually fits in with the other items listed
Complete thread -- Check the list and LINK
Complete thread -- Fusarium spp.
Complete thread -- Alternaria spp.
Complete thread -- butyrous may be Botrytis (fungus)
Complete thread -- bat!
Complete thread -- that last one is dermatophagoides (dust mites),
Complete thread -- thermometer?
Complete thread -- Can't quite hear that. Will have to flag. Thx.
Complete thread -- cervical orthopedic pillow, *thermothore*, orthopedic car seat support
Complete thread -- Major allergy help please - sm
Complete thread -- with the "s" on the end, could it be hypoproteinosis?
Complete thread -- Thanks, thats it!
Complete thread -- thanks - I'll post my s/l in a bit.
Complete thread -- eburnation?
Complete thread -- parotid
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "praw -did" gland
Complete thread -- It would be hard to find a "list of allergies," as many people have allergies to different
Complete thread -- Thx. It came back from QA as simply "some." ESL adding extra syllables.
Complete thread -- does anyone have a good website that lists the different allergies - sm
Complete thread -- Gangrene in left BK stump. Recently pt developed erythema w/ "some braination" of
Complete thread -- NM. It's hypoproteinemia.
Complete thread -- Extremities: Edema secondary to "hypo-pro-nee-marries" which is dependent edema
Complete thread -- paroxysms of cough? - sputum production (not sputum productions).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Abdominal pain, epigastric right upper quadrant. She's having "orcism" cough
Complete thread -- When I google abbreviation for atmospheric pressure I find
Complete thread -- never seen one , atm = atmosphere. check atmospheres OF pressure.
Complete thread -- Abbr. for atmospheric pressure
Complete thread -- ended up flagging noting I could not document the word as she had said it. thx
Complete thread -- I'll see if that's it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- If you are not 100% certain of what's being said, then no, I don't think it's "fairly safe
Complete thread -- adding Relpax?
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- Very clear American. Usually understand everything he says but not
Complete thread -- Thank you!! It was traction blisters. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both...I will relisten for those.
Complete thread -- cracks and blisters
Complete thread -- patient has lactation (not pregnant and did not just give birth) and headaches s.m.
Complete thread -- ?traction (any mention of this?)
Complete thread -- enlargement?
Complete thread -- A date would make more sense than a time (unless the patient is in the hospital) but that
Complete thread -- s/l lot-az-a-zine 8 milligrams daily (I'm not sure if 8 or 80 mg)
Complete thread -- thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Minimal tonsillar s/l evigness. Patient with sore throat and postnasal drip. Thanks!
Complete thread -- That should be: There are some...
Complete thread -- Ortho - cyst removed from heel... s/l craction blisters???
Complete thread -- blank was 733. I thought at first she was goofing up a date. Does it seem like
Complete thread -- his s/l slicking medication
Complete thread -- in addition. Pro time 20
Complete thread -- got it!
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- is either 5.9 or 529. Not sure how high levels go.
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- If you didn't want to simply google your sound/like, it could've been found via drugs.com
Complete thread -- She as well as others are laughing at you.
Complete thread -- You said you "don't find that drug." Did you try google, drugs.com, a drug book? An MT
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. Will flag it and hopefully get the correct word from QA
Complete thread -- Well lets just have a google cardiac arrest.
Complete thread -- Relistor (Methylnaltrexone) is a medication for patients who suffer from constipation
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Did you even google? I googled relister, your exact s/l, and 1st suggestion was relistor!
Complete thread -- How bout googling constipation medication relister
Complete thread -- Relistor
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- Doc says he is giving samples of "relister" for chronic consti ...
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- Thanks. THat's a great one.
Complete thread -- no but thanks!
Complete thread -- See inside.
Complete thread -- Could you hear maybe color in there?
Complete thread -- Trying to give coworker a good example of bad comma use. s/m
Complete thread -- I am not having any luck finding your s/l. Sorry. Maybe someone w/ mastopexy exp. will c
Complete thread -- erythema with s/l deklor . . ??
Complete thread -- I don't usually expand it EHLs (unless dictated)
Complete thread -- Do you have to expand? Also could you add muscles on the end?
Complete thread -- how do you expand ehls (plural) sm
Complete thread -- have also tried breast mastopexy pattern, breast vertical mastopexy pattern, and
Complete thread -- extensively ??
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- I would think so, also
Complete thread -- I do believe so.
Complete thread -- Punctuation question: Should a hyphen go between the
Complete thread -- I googled vertical mastopexy duramask pattern all together and got nothing.
Complete thread -- Did you google duramask pattern and see if that's your s/l?
Complete thread -- Like Lilik said, you do need a comma after the parentheses.
Complete thread -- Here is the correct punctuation (again) but with your s/l of Voltaren gel in the sentence.
Complete thread -- Actually, you would use a comma there--comma conjunction, joining 2 independent clauses.
Complete thread -- That is what I thought too but my docs always say is and makes me
Complete thread -- Your s/l is more than likely Voltaren gel. See inside for
Complete thread -- No, but no comma inside - actually - no comma at all.
Complete thread -- Maybe ostensibly? Need a comma after "it," if so.
Complete thread -- No cap, and take out the comma between visit and )--put that comma AFTER ).
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- they are 2 sounds.
Complete thread -- mastopexy procedure, s/l dura-mask orientation/pattern
Complete thread -- question re sentence inside sentence.
Complete thread -- must be. TKS. Patient also has hyperlipidemia.
Complete thread -- S1, S2 is/are heard. Thanks. is or are?
Complete thread -- Lovaza?
Complete thread -- Again, was electrocardiogram actually stated? or did it s/l EKG? and you are expanding it
Complete thread -- medication s/l "avaza" - patient with allergies, asthma, serous otitis. TKS
Complete thread -- nevermind. found what I needed.
Complete thread -- s/l tarin gel - sm
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- buried knot formation is what I hear
Complete thread -- thanks. I think I can now hear *blunts THCs*
Complete thread -- WAV pls
Complete thread -- WAV pls
Complete thread -- Could be blunts--marijuana rolled in a cigar casing.
Complete thread -- Could be bongs. And could be THC. But THC is a component in marijuana, not what is smoked
Complete thread -- smoked 2 *bonts PHCs*
Complete thread -- my question is in the above post. thanks!
Complete thread -- this sentence sm
Complete thread -- Is there 1 thing specifically that does not make sense? I mean
Complete thread -- hip arthroplasty surgery question inside (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l back-churin
Complete thread -- Thank you LiliK!
Complete thread -- Menactra
Complete thread -- Patient was updated with Gardasil and s/l Manecra today.
Complete thread -- Yay, those ones are the best!
Complete thread -- i think might be the H-P dual. Thanks!
Complete thread -- There's an HpSS; might doc be saying H-P-dual S or double S?
Complete thread -- it's duodenitis. THANKS. You're a butter rum lifesaver.
Complete thread -- Enteritis, gastroenteritis, duodenitis?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- s/l ip-i-du-o (new doc, new acct for me!)
Complete thread -- I think it was more of an assumption that regardless of what the OP thinks they heard....
Complete thread -- Wow - great guess, but I am definitely hearing the "er" and the "son" part.
Complete thread -- body scan?
Complete thread -- I have 5+ years' experience in ortho transcription, and I, too, have had full and partial
Complete thread -- Scoliosis patient. Here for followup from her "bodder son" associated with congential
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Experience?
Complete thread -- Lumitex's patented LightMat™ Surgical Illuminator
Complete thread -- s/l ? light Matt?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Yep! did you try googling? Mentor breast tissue expanders
Complete thread -- s/l mentor? s/m
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: left lower extremity lumpectomy, (is this corre ...
Complete thread -- Just curious how you get full or partial out of the OP's s/l? thanks
Complete thread -- maybe trans-thickness tear of the supraspinatous tendon
Complete thread -- measured?
Complete thread -- full- or partial-thickness tear.
Complete thread -- MRI shows s/l trans-sick-ness tear of supraspinatus tendon
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, I am not able to do that.
Complete thread -- give wav file?
Complete thread -- AAA repair OP on 72 yo male, s/l "mag def" arteriogram of the renal vessels, SM pls
Complete thread -- s/l 'mezerent' in his speech
Complete thread -- DNET: dyssembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor. ANET: angiocentric
Complete thread -- sounds like A-net, D-net
Complete thread -- Listen for "tendon transfer".
Complete thread -- Guessing: "evaluated with 9-minute spot images"??
Complete thread -- that sux.
Complete thread -- WAG.. "graft and transfer"?
Complete thread -- Azurette?
Complete thread -- thanks for the help, but i can't open the link because some sites < ...
Complete thread -- Wrist deformity. Discussed possibility of a "grain" transfer on that side to improve
Complete thread -- see if it is on this list. see link
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Azinet birth control drug. s/l Azinet
Complete thread -- views reveal excellent results, TIMI 3 flow to the distal vessles, and 0% residual
Complete thread -- the indication is for seizure...
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- Multiple angiography _____ reveal excellent results _____ to the distal vessel and 0%
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- No distal embolization. No dissection.
Complete thread -- The lesion was successfully crossed with an invasive BMW 2 guidewire and predilated
Complete thread -- and I also found Corck screw anchor
Complete thread -- Thanks, but no. This guy is totally clear, but I can't find this anywhere. sm
Complete thread -- There is a Quick-T suture anchor and a QuickAnchor or QUICKANCHOR (Ethibond)
Complete thread -- could it be Capstan?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Does anyone know of a "quick screw anchor" Rotator cuff repair. nm
Complete thread -- angioplasty
Complete thread -- There is a Fredericksburg in PA. Could that be it?
Complete thread -- no problem. a Google search wondered if you meant that!
Complete thread -- sulfonylurea (sorry about that)
Complete thread -- Wonderful! Thank you! Yes, it's "sulfonylureas".
Complete thread -- sulfanylureas (might be spelled wrong here...but it's a head start).
Complete thread -- s/l "sophonorrhea"
Complete thread -- not sure of the surgery, but I do hear SASH in cardiac procedures
Complete thread -- No caps
Complete thread -- ulnar motor study
Complete thread -- Kurz
Complete thread -- conduction block
Complete thread -- mention in archives "Kurz titanium prostheses" see link.
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- ossicular chain reconstruction --- type of prosthesis
Complete thread -- Subtotal?
Complete thread -- 3-0 silks in Lembert fashion
Complete thread -- Procedure is a "septogastrectomy"
Complete thread -- oversew the staple line of the gastrojejunostomy with s/l "three oh six in a lumbar"
Complete thread -- Xanax street name Xanies?
Complete thread -- found it... Sweat Chloride test.
Complete thread -- is it XANI or XANY? some kind of addictive drugs
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks.
Complete thread -- you should look it up, you might be surprised
Complete thread -- short for diagnostic?
Complete thread -- Referral to Genetics to do a gene test for CF as his s/l swicor-eye test was borderli
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- the px was born in s/l "feder federth". the px is in PA..NM
Complete thread -- what? this is worse than dffln or whatever usually posts.
Complete thread -- gynecomastia...mammogram was s/l "DIA"
Complete thread -- yaaaaaay!!!! there ya go!
Complete thread -- Excuse me! I offered a guess, did you? What a witch.
Complete thread -- What a bunch of jerks. Hon, we need context, diagnosis, what is said right before and
Complete thread -- breaststroker's knees? Please review the rules if you want better help.
Complete thread -- you don't want help very badly
Complete thread -- one of those "doctor quirks" I suppose...............
Complete thread -- s/l blaise weavers knees... tnx ...
Complete thread -- ie, the s/l AKG might represent "A cagey," with "cagey" his mispronun of "cage."??
Complete thread -- I found
Complete thread -- Ya betcha!! lol!
Complete thread -- If they want to provide some additional context... but w/o it, no idea
Complete thread -- The "A" might be the article "a" or "A" then space. If ESL, doc might not realize the "e"
Complete thread -- a 4.5 mm X screw. I doubt it is 4 cortices there, but that's me.
Complete thread -- It would be nice to have more context and before and after like previously
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- "labilious" might possibly be "Abdomen: The belly is..." No idea re the adjective.
Complete thread -- first "of" prob is "with" instead. Yes, I believe syndes was between tib&fib, and screw
Complete thread -- might #1 be "edge"? might #2 be "protuberant"?
Complete thread -- syndesmosis fixation ---- s/l 4 cortices
Complete thread -- ok. no idea.
Complete thread -- yes it is in physical examination
Complete thread -- More context? is this in the PE or what? Sentences before/after??
Complete thread -- abdomen, s/l labilous, reposis
Complete thread -- followed by his orthopedic --- shouldn't that be orthopedist? Also X-ray done?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd think he means a fracture at the base of the ... X-ray done February
Complete thread -- WAG, but "fracture, base of the greater trochanter?"
Complete thread -- here is the paragraph... sm
Complete thread -- any other PMH?
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- s/l... ture base... Sm
Complete thread -- Tegretol for seizures?
Complete thread -- The patient will have lab work including a s/l "tear-ah-toe" level at that
Complete thread -- guess she was just mispronouncing the weird pronunciation. gee, that would be a 1st, huh?
Complete thread -- ohhh!! sorry! Thanks..."It's a Lukens trap - sometimes pronunced like "Lukey." :)
Complete thread -- NO
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help!
Complete thread -- inspissated - definition of inspissated in the Medical dictionary ...inspissated /in·spis·
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "in-spi-sated complex cyst
Complete thread -- Yes, thats it thanks
Complete thread -- can't help ya then.
Complete thread -- see link regarding Webril.
Complete thread -- So, even though they mentioned carotid arteries you don't think sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Webril, but can place the "crimpsh" sound...sorry
Complete thread -- nnnooo...it really sounds like loot-key very clearly! :|
Complete thread -- "with a view to do a galactogram"?
Complete thread -- s/l crimped shrebrole - sm
Complete thread -- Lukens?
Complete thread -- ever heard of "Lutke trap"? can't find any hits...psm
Complete thread -- does this sound right?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "view- do-al galactogram
Complete thread -- sickle cell
Complete thread -- I checked google, OneLook, etc. Must be National ESL Day.
Complete thread -- Severe iron deficiency anemia and history of s/l seeker or seafood anemia :(
Complete thread -- I can't heart "above" in there. thanks
Complete thread -- never mind, it flew right over your head. it's cool
Complete thread -- the one that fits with a brain MRA.
Complete thread -- At this time s/l "was a fod it was atta bare" the incision itself was closed
Complete thread -- was a something above???
Complete thread -- I find 4 fifferent PICAs sm which to use?
Complete thread -- we decided to s/l "burk bimal" using multiple interrupted stitches of #1 Surgilon.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I'm going with it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I looked up tendon in MW and the definition makes me think tendon is correct. you?
Complete thread -- lateral aspect was a s/l "a slasha bode" so we were able to resect the hernia sac
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if tendon makes sense here. Knee surgery question. sm
Complete thread -- It doesn't s/l cage, (it has three syllables) but thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Possible doc is saying the cage was properly centered? Fits with what's before and after.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- You could have googled artery and PICA or PICAs since you knew it was an artery.
Complete thread -- I'd put 20-odd readings. Doc is saying all readings (on testing) were greater than 20.
Complete thread -- I am not changing any dictation since rash was not in question at all, but I've
Complete thread -- A = artery. PICA = posterior inferior cerebellar artery
Complete thread -- You're changing the dictation to fit you.
Complete thread -- MRA of brain - picas (not the eating problem - brain arteries???)
Complete thread -- but the word diverticulosis is singular. If you wanted it plural SM
Complete thread -- Scattered areas of rash.
Complete thread -- Thanks! This is what I'd decided on after a bit more research. Coli is a variant
Complete thread -- I'd respectively disagree that with the word scattered, it needs to be plural.
Complete thread -- hmm, scattered rash over legs and arms....
Complete thread -- diverticulosis check your root word diverticulo (diverticulum) -osis Basic MT terminolo
Complete thread -- was, referring to condition. SM
Complete thread -- scattered would mean more than one, right?
Complete thread -- s/l penner string, or pinner string
Complete thread -- were
Complete thread -- There *was* scattered diverticulosis coli in the left colon. I've tried
Complete thread -- Possibly, thanks, still no idea on the first part.
Complete thread -- pedicle screws were greater than 20 s/l "odd" readings.
Complete thread -- foreign doc... Any help greatly appreciated... sm
Complete thread -- s/l "AKG" was properly centered within confines of spondylosis
Complete thread -- not sure on #1 but #2 wonder if it is facet
Complete thread -- we moved into the disk space with a variety of s/l "cons lifta" straightening of the
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like pre-injection, but thanks for the suggstion. :) nm
Complete thread -- closest thing I came up with was maybe pre-injection (of contrast) but not sure that's it
Complete thread -- oh good grief! that makes sense. doc just does not know how to say STIMULANT.
Complete thread -- stimulant meds are used for ADHD/ADD
Complete thread -- Attention deficit disorder. Doubt "stem-in-ent" meds are related to this.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- performed under fluoroscopy, and was confirmed with the s/l "proper twitch test"
Complete thread -- XLIF®
Complete thread -- my funny of the day from a lousy dicator.
Complete thread -- utilization of s/l "X left" technique at L4-5,
Complete thread -- any of these?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- s/l "palm reading" in the past. sm
Complete thread -- I reviewed the CT scan with the radiologist. s/l *Pre-position* portal scans of the
Complete thread -- yes, it makes sense to me
Complete thread -- likely typo... but wanted to note that it is CO2 (letter not number) what you have looks
Complete thread -- I hear blunt but it sounds more like "blunt dissection". Make sense? Thanks!
Complete thread -- t-thanks
Complete thread -- blunt resection?
Complete thread -- Hi-Top as per Stedman's Orthopaedic & Rehab Word Book.
Complete thread -- Craniotomy for subarachnoid hemorrhage. *s/l blood pursection* allowed palpation to
Complete thread -- Hi-Top perhaps?
Complete thread -- high-top? ...
Complete thread -- high-cut maybe?
Complete thread -- s/l hike-up sneaker for supportive management
Complete thread -- s/l sash. After identification, she was placed *s/l sash* under general endotracheal
Complete thread -- Never mind--got it.
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- respiratory acidosis?
Complete thread -- s/l..C02 retention with res-pid as-te-row-sis....
Complete thread -- is pt pregnant?
Complete thread -- OMG! Thanks SO much...yes, through the mushiness I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- Should have said the ultrasound done in consult for fetal arrhythmia.
Complete thread -- Hyphen question. The carotid was vessel looped or vessel-looped?
Complete thread -- She kind of pauses after the second 0, so maybe she's correcting herself to 2-0-1-2. Thx.
Complete thread -- I have a doc who has said 5 numbers after para...don't know what they all stood for...
Complete thread -- Still thinking, but "of" is probably "off"
Complete thread -- Ultrasound on pregnant woman: "Renal pavis-hetric" ultrasound was performed.
Complete thread -- cyclooxygenase... found in odd google ref sm
Complete thread -- cyclo-oxygenase (COX) -
Complete thread -- heme/onc question. (young) patient with essential thrombocythemia...sm
Complete thread -- s/l psuedo colon respiration level
Complete thread -- yes, should be 4 TPAL
Complete thread -- gravida 4, para 2-0-0-2-0-1-2 (Isn't that a lot of numbers?)
Complete thread -- high risk?
Complete thread -- Sometime in 2008. No commas, no spaces ... as they state "represent a complete
Complete thread -- When did BOS3 come out? Found January 2008 BOS reference in archives, but
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. I'm new to ops and still have a lot to learn.
Complete thread -- I think the first BOS says commas! I do commas per my docs. Depends on your acct.
Complete thread -- Isn't that what was said in the OP's post?
Complete thread -- Question regarding cancer staging T N M
Complete thread -- depends on client preference, if you can use + then I do +5
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me (length of time she has been treated over)
Complete thread -- Newborn infant in NICU on CPAP.
Complete thread -- need help with this sentence.
Complete thread -- NM, short note and I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Prostate biopsy showed *micro ess* and hyperplasia. He returns today for followup.
Complete thread -- Guess I'm flagging this.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- LLETZ
Complete thread -- Op note help please ....... sm
Complete thread -- DeNovo NT (Zimmer)?
Complete thread -- de novo ENT. What is this for? more info plz
Complete thread -- S/l Du-No-vel NT surgery? I have heard before, but cannot find
Complete thread -- vector of pole? S/M
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Absolutely agree!
Complete thread -- help with a drug, pls sm (tried drugs.com with different spelling)
Complete thread -- Agree. OP should know better. Sad!! No wonder our pay sucks
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm thinking it's *excessive pressure,* though really hard to get that
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm thinking it's *excessive pressure,* though really hard to get that
Complete thread -- disk?
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will go back now to listen for that.
Complete thread -- ??silicone disk (disc)?? see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- abdominal wall with associated *silicone dish*
Complete thread -- site was chosen through *mifer den*
Complete thread -- I love it. Out of the horse's as*z whoops mouth. :D
Complete thread -- There is a supplement called B Cell, made by Ecological Formulas? nm
Complete thread -- Thanks sooo much!
Complete thread -- Maybe it's "pressure"?
Complete thread -- Pt w/ right BK prosthesis... successive *fresh-sher* there leading to skin breakage.
Complete thread -- daughter in common makes sense, shared etc.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l daughter in common
Complete thread -- a day for four days, *becell* one capsule three times a day
Complete thread -- try "retractions on inspiration"
Complete thread -- can't really hear that.
Complete thread -- PE
Complete thread -- thanks all. I am researching all of these.
Complete thread -- perfusion as in checking cap refill?
Complete thread -- perfusion is exactly correct. "skin" is understood. Means capillary filling, good color
Complete thread -- I found this (sm) is this on PE or ROS?
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- does it sound like aspirate?
Complete thread -- You are awesome Questyr. I'm writing that one down. TY again.
Complete thread -- Got it, without dominant mass. Thanks
Complete thread -- soufle, pronounced "SUE-flah." French word, "whisper," "soft flow murmur." Said of placen
Complete thread -- Yes to TOD score (target organ damage)..see link
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirmation.
Complete thread -- the meaning of the s/l phrase = "retractions." I can't figure out his exact words though.
Complete thread -- drats... I knew that... I forgot that. Thank you for the reminder :)
Complete thread -- Yup, really agree, especially since I just ran into the eye doctor the patient saw and s.m
Complete thread -- "davica" = "atypical"
Complete thread -- Still checking, but s/b summed stress and summed rest, etc. see link
Complete thread -- history
Complete thread -- s/l T-pirate???
Complete thread -- wav files, thanks
Complete thread -- Wait, I found a trademarked "Cementralizer" -- perhaps that's it. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Cementralizer
Complete thread -- Then a size 13 stem with a distal "symmetrolizer/cemetrolizer" was inserted...
Complete thread -- Only thing I can think of is TIMI but that's not it. Will blank and post if QA gets it.
Complete thread -- I think coarse following saccades is correct..with the
Complete thread -- S/L "T-O-D" score was 1.19.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree -- Saccades in Huntington's disease: initiation defects and distractability. Neurol
Complete thread -- Yes, you spelled stalking correctly, although it's not correct word in context.
Complete thread -- really sounds like she is saying facades, but that certainly makes sense. thx
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- coarse something saccades
Complete thread -- This is neurology report for a patient with possible Huntington disease s.m.
Complete thread -- stocking and you can also have stocking-glove
Complete thread -- stocking SM
Complete thread -- Of course! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Patient had "stalking-type sensory loss" to his shins. (Did I spell "stalking"
Complete thread -- status post repair of punctured eardrums? nm
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- listen for NAS Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) score, ...
Complete thread -- Med s/l dexalint. Patient with abdominal pain and arthritis. Thanks!
Complete thread -- WTH?
Complete thread -- a guess - RSV? respiratory syncytial virus scores OR just sm
Complete thread -- Shame
Complete thread -- If you read the DNU, ALL of the abbr listed whether the OFFICIAL list
Complete thread -- The patient's laboratory results revealed an elevated white blood cell ...
Complete thread -- s/l RS? scoring
Complete thread -- less volume depleting agent?
Complete thread -- I think might be isoelectric.
Complete thread -- transition from Diazide and atenolol to s/l "less fine dee pleasing agent".
Complete thread -- thanks for your input
Complete thread -- ST segments "I slectric"
Complete thread -- Thyroid *soofla* negative.
Complete thread -- s/l anti and luka reduced
Complete thread -- fever - not temperature. We all have a temperature, but that isn't a fever (unless
Complete thread -- Febrile (fever/temperature) Any disease associated with or characterized by fever. nm
Complete thread -- Thank you it is term.
Complete thread -- febrile illness - makes total sense (opposite of afebrile). Look up febrile.
Complete thread -- Pregnancy is considered "at term" when gestation attains 37 complete weeks
Complete thread -- Tick bite. she also never developed a target or a s/l febrile illness.
Complete thread -- opps, this was 3 posts from the bottom & went up here
Complete thread -- salompas patches (kinda late, but for next time)
Complete thread -- s/l ibucand gel
Complete thread -- exploration
Complete thread -- term gestation?
Complete thread -- just curious, as I'm not familiar with this, how does it make sense?
Complete thread -- never mind. MVI
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- obgyn - sm word help
Complete thread -- s/l Continued to advise pt has been excreting fluid ?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- sponge?
Complete thread -- Powerade
Complete thread -- *in V ine* 1 amp
Complete thread -- i believe sounds like short? needles (laparoscopic-converted open cholecystectomy)
Complete thread -- *pair aid* (British doc - pediatric cardiologist)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- deep recesses of pain?
Complete thread -- ??????
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- DIALYSIS ABBREVIATIONS
Complete thread -- p-ANCA, c-ANCA
Complete thread -- Appearance was cloudy. Blood was moderate. Bili . .
Complete thread -- Abbreviations used on dialysis patient
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Probably Zomig for the migraines
Complete thread -- second one is maxillary tenderness
Complete thread -- deep s/l recessive pain
Complete thread -- Check out Folbic.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will listen for those.
Complete thread -- s/l "sole bick"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- Sorry - that was 2 stitches of 0 Vicryl at the end of the sentence
Complete thread -- "hokey pokey" device
Complete thread -- I wonder if he was saying he ordered some type of test and advised nursing to place an IV.
Complete thread -- really stretching here - specialized?
Complete thread -- *a fish iz fized* nursing
Complete thread -- 500 cc?
Complete thread -- I think so. Thanks!
Complete thread -- After using sizers, a* 5 french cc* smooth, round MemoryGel implant
Complete thread -- abrasive?
Complete thread -- s/l "uh brust ive" lesions
Complete thread -- sorry - for future reference . .
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I need to go on. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- yvw
Complete thread -- fimbriated end
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- she does not know what her reproductive plans are . .
Complete thread -- sent wav. OBGYN. Post preeclampsia and delivery. She does not ___ what her plans are
Complete thread -- also heard that!
Complete thread -- sounds to me like gentamicin cream
Complete thread -- thanks, don't think so though
Complete thread -- fimbrial end
Complete thread -- At this point the bilateral tubal ligation was performed. The right t ...
Complete thread -- could it be enhancing? Just a guess..
Complete thread -- med blank- wav sent! TIA
Complete thread -- s/l Hortoss polymer for screw fixation
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "where there may be a pressure component" otherwise makes sense to me -s,
Complete thread -- Thanks! I wouldn't have thought of that option!
Complete thread -- surgery
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I just listened to the WAV, and I am indeed hearing "bowel gas".
Complete thread -- Haven't listened to WAV, but listen for "bowel gas"
Complete thread -- Just an FYI, but cc is NOT on the dangerous list from JCAHO
Complete thread -- The patient started with a 10-minute warmup on the recumbent bicycle, ...
Complete thread -- sent wav! please can you listen in!
Complete thread -- only other thing it might be would be shadow(s) I'd think since normal findings otherwise
Complete thread -- no. Dr. dictated normal pelvis and then requested this sentence to be added in.
Complete thread -- where is the rest of the sentence and other context?
Complete thread -- Is there any more to this report? Could it be overlying bladder?
Complete thread -- PT
Complete thread -- MRI pelvis. Questionable lesion seen on plain films is felt to represent overlying
Complete thread -- (I don't know commas, sorry;-) If you can edit, I'd put "IV fluids and PCIV discontinued."
Complete thread -- First things R what were noted on palpation of the spine. Rest are movements affected.
Complete thread -- Hmmmm. OK, I see what you're saying. Thanks.
Complete thread -- listened yet again--she says "First, a jet spray was used"
Complete thread -- Would use sentences separately for clarity. U R discussing movements now.
Complete thread -- First, a _____ spray
Complete thread -- VIN-1
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l Versajet spray to me but that doesn't seem to fit, sorry can't think of anything
Complete thread -- posted a wav for this
Complete thread -- cancerhelp.org --sm
Complete thread -- Does anyone know if roman numbers I,II,III or arabic numbers 1,2,3 are ...
Complete thread -- Pls sm, dfllnn.
Complete thread -- used to numb the back of throat s/l "prostidia/clostridia spray"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link. What I was *trying* to do was to use semicolons to group
Complete thread -- they are pronounced differently - cetacaine is pronounced cee, the other would be ket
Complete thread -- Here Kaz
Complete thread -- was referring to correct spelling. ignore if otherwise indicated
Complete thread -- kaz, semicolons are for groups of like things (meds) or transition,
Complete thread -- No, win, I do not believe it is, as that is a topical and this is an injection.
Complete thread -- looks ok but would change semicolon after spinae to a period.
Complete thread -- believe it is cetacaine; cc is on the dangerous abbrev list from JCHO so sm
Complete thread -- 1 more ortho punctuation question, please. Last one for the night, I promise.
Complete thread -- Thank you both. Will modify punctuation.
Complete thread -- Thanks - I'd figured out the Kenalog...
Complete thread -- oops, I agree with above for the bupivacaine.
Complete thread -- Yes. You should either use all semis or all commas and since you need semis, they
Complete thread -- Not saying it is right, but it makes no sense to have commas 1 place and semicolons
Complete thread -- Even if you don't change, cubic centimeters is never ever done as ccs. or CCs
Complete thread -- 40 mg of Kenalog as well as 4 CCs (we change to mL on my account) of 0.25% bupivacaine
Complete thread -- 40 mg of Kenalog as well as 4 mL of 0.25% of ketacaine. (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Trigger point injection solution - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Would you change any of the commas to semicolons in this ortho report?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much... you filled in two! He doesn't usually dictate these!
Complete thread -- I googled different terms and didn't get anything that s/l or
Complete thread -- ganglia infarct... and I'm hearing what s/l coccygeal disc, but I can't verify
Complete thread -- under fluoroscopic guidance... still working.
Complete thread -- Blanks Help? - Radiofrequency Ablation - .wav sent
Complete thread -- not even close to your s/l but Vasoseal (check spelling)?
Complete thread -- something femoral... I typically hear right femoral or left depending on which side they
Complete thread -- No bleeding from the coronary angiography *mosenoral* puncture site....nm
Complete thread -- I got it by Googling just for info sake...had to dig a little more than usual
Complete thread -- TY. Wouldn't have gotten that in a million years. Been doing
Complete thread -- 9 times an hour for 96 hours.
Complete thread -- I learned something new. this one site says it does it every minute with a 5-minute
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- if I did my math right..that is about 11 times/hour..or would that be sm
Complete thread -- Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much for the info.
Complete thread -- see post above. I googled glucose sensor and found that info.
Complete thread -- that's what I was really thinking but they said "eight hundred forty five" clearly.
Complete thread -- I looked it up and a sensor tests every few minutes so 845 is not out of line sm
Complete thread -- they said eight hundred forty five clearly.
Complete thread -- I have one that uses SKIN and one that even uses LINES as a heading.
Complete thread -- all good suggestions! Thanks. I have to minimize moving things around, so will go with
Complete thread -- Since it was only 3 days and they normally are 2, 3, maybe 4 times a day. 845 is
Complete thread -- did they say eight hundred forty five or eight forty five?
Complete thread -- if you can move around..line would go with neck. the other "lines" could go witih sm
Complete thread -- ...left hand that is usually at night, resolved, and stiffness of the bilateral...
Complete thread -- need a heading...
Complete thread -- Please help. Not familiar with glucose sensor readings.
Complete thread -- Teichholz
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- EF 38% when calculated with *T calls* method.
Complete thread -- good one Questyr
Complete thread -- That could be, thanks very much.
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- I was wondering if he was making a back formation of column such as columnate meaning
Complete thread -- Doesn't s/l collect, but thanks.
Complete thread -- throat pack removed. The *loose papillae* are sutured with
Complete thread -- Thanks! Since he does have some accent I'm inclined to think
Complete thread -- maybe the contrast did not collect?
Complete thread -- PCIV dc'd? or PCVC IV (was) dc'd? (dc'd=discontinued.)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I do still hear the word "over". But if I find the answer I'll share.
Complete thread -- I found PCVC percutaneous central venous catheter but that wouldn't explain the word over
Complete thread -- hemohydrocephaly is okay, just as hydropneumothorax and hemopneumoperitoneum are okay.
Complete thread -- The contrast did not s/l "collifate"
Complete thread -- Patient had sigmoid colon resection...and is also
Complete thread -- life is probably left vitrickall is probably ventricular and hipropE is probably hypertrop
Complete thread -- boring, boring, boring. This is a help board. Just leave, stop
Complete thread -- left ventricular hypertrophy
Complete thread -- wonder if excimer? sm
Complete thread -- it was answered below, just like what it s/l.
Complete thread -- and then, what is it?
Complete thread -- great sound like..if you say is quickly..it "sounds" just like what it is.
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- what is the title of the procedure?
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- totally guessing but it looks like sweep gastrectomy-type
Complete thread -- This was done in a s/l "sweet gash rectomy" type fashion
Complete thread -- Thanks, got it. ultrafiltration
Complete thread -- I can't say for sure what it is because he doesn't say but a patient with altered mental
Complete thread -- medical spellers don't like that kind of stuff. I'd go with it though.
Complete thread -- No one likes it from what I can google either. I've certainly not seen that
Complete thread -- life is probably left vitrickall is probably ventricular and hipropE is probably hypertro
Complete thread -- Is hemohydrocephalus all one word? My medical speller isn't liking it.
Complete thread -- More context? some type of centesis? removal of fluid from ? Lungs? Fluid collection?
Complete thread -- *life vit rick all hi prop E*
Complete thread -- s/l "altrif rotation" (sm)
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks. Will flag.
Complete thread -- My favorite ESL says vaGINEuhl discharge.
Complete thread -- Well, that's the nicest way you could break that news.
Complete thread -- WAG, could it be "shown"? Not the best grammar, but...
Complete thread -- lol..you are so eager to help you don't notice the OP is just saying sm
Complete thread -- Crackles at the right lower lobe "jones" and no rhonchi or rales.
Complete thread -- can you give the sentences before and after, as well as the sentence you are questioning?
Complete thread -- list
Complete thread -- I have one who pronounces scalpel as Skal -PAL, but there is a difference between
Complete thread -- I have a American PA who pronounces femoral - fem oral. Drives
Complete thread -- It doesn't s/l Green at all, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows a Green muscle hook. Have no idea
Complete thread -- s/l "gern" hooks used to elevate proximal leg
Complete thread -- sorry, that makes no sense. itis = inflammation of something he has inflamed toxos??
Complete thread -- here's a new ESL pronunciation: Toxo-sitis (drug toxicities)
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- agreed.
Complete thread -- The praxia is a suffix. I probably wrote that wrong. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sorry, I have to disagree and say it should be apraxia. praxis is a suffix.
Complete thread -- If he said two-eight then I'd stick with 28. images/cuts/slices 28 through 211.
Complete thread -- You are both right. I had written down without speech. Taking literally from the
Complete thread -- praxis -- translating an idea into action ("Differences between theory and praxis of commu
Complete thread -- apraxia -- 39 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word apraxia:
Complete thread -- He is foreign and always says praxia. I think praxis fits best. It is not apraxia
Complete thread -- Thanks - I'll listen for that.
Complete thread -- never mind, sending it in
Complete thread -- Yes, as I said below, I fixed the typo.
Complete thread -- 208? ...
Complete thread -- Please see inside - sm
Complete thread -- you have one "o" too many in enteropathic arthritis
Complete thread -- (I fixed the typo)
Complete thread -- s/l "Risk" medication therapy without any adverse effects
Complete thread -- Matty, here's a free, very-easy-to-use converter that you can use
Complete thread -- something about "heart pounds and he's cute"???
Complete thread -- I posted a shorter version on the WAV page.
Complete thread -- I'm getting frustrated because I want relisten over and over, but
Complete thread -- The patient slipped and hurt her ankle. doc perscribed sl solumpus patches
Complete thread -- For knee pain, pt does *scooter rolls* and icing during physical therapy. SM for
Complete thread -- Follow up regarding her non-operative "extruded" right tibial plateau fx.
Complete thread -- Forgot to add typed dictation:
Complete thread -- ???
Complete thread -- If it's a wav file, you can edit it down in Sound Recorder. Better quality that way.
Complete thread -- Great idea! Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- does this help?
Complete thread -- Arrg. Sorry, type the words...posting a wav...into that box
Complete thread -- Click in the white box with the word Search under it. Lots of
Complete thread -- could it be Provenge vaccine?
Complete thread -- Sounds like someone needs to get all the QAs on the same page!! That's bad they
Complete thread -- you didn't tell us what is being measured though
Complete thread -- How to attach voice recording
Complete thread -- There are 3 QA's so there's 3 answers. Forgot about cc on do not use. Answered question.
Complete thread -- Not really your s/l, but Abraxane?
Complete thread -- thanks again, both of you.
Complete thread -- That it! Thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- cc is on the dangerous abbreviation list. This should be handled by your account(s)>
Complete thread -- porous
Complete thread -- Intimate bone contact of the titanium ____ (s/l forest) coating....
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- What does your account say. . cc or cm³, cubic centimeter (cm³ is standard). cm, centimet
Complete thread -- This would be a good question for you to ask your account/client/QA
Complete thread -- NuCate I think? check that spelling
Complete thread -- If someone doesn't know how to research an answer, instead of relying on anonymous
Complete thread -- It goes back and forth which is confusing. One says cc and then cm3. Ugh. Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l mu-cade
Complete thread -- s/l "coaxine" Navelbine, oral Cytoxan and Provenge (_____) could
Complete thread -- got it Lichen planus...
Complete thread -- s/l... Lie-chen-tan-us... sm
Complete thread -- I didn't know the answer, but I know I could have found it via google, which is exactly
Complete thread -- What follows your s/l?
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- try here SM
Complete thread -- hirsute?
Complete thread -- I was just calling that hyphen by name as there are
Complete thread -- s/l... Fer-a-suit... sm
Complete thread -- If you don't know, don't bother with your answers.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- neurologic?
Complete thread -- .wav re-sent - had gotten posted over
Complete thread -- ck Strattice
Complete thread -- arteriography of the lower extremities with laser "aserotone".
Complete thread -- For cubic cm do you use cc or cm3?
Complete thread -- says again, s/l: stratise suspension was carried out
Complete thread -- s/l satise reinforcement of the right breast position to prevent recurrent ptosis.
Complete thread -- JIC, bleeding diathesis (no comma there)
Complete thread -- I think it's bleeding diathesis SM<
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. I thought there was some depression there! thanks. Hear it now.
Complete thread -- s/l no history of immunosuppression
Complete thread -- I'll bet it does knowing this peculiar doc. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- would normally hear add-back there, but maybe means the same?
Complete thread -- WAV file, does not sound like anxiety.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of "give-back" used this way? sm
Complete thread -- jaundice?
Complete thread -- I looked up Urine panel, probably drug screen/psych sm
Complete thread -- SKIN: No rashes or _____ .
Complete thread -- on right?
Complete thread -- could be ending in floxacin? i.e., ciprofloxacin or similar, if an allergy, I'd
Complete thread -- check out your s/l - Tamoxifen
Complete thread -- now it s/l "t" --- tamifoxin---still looking
Complete thread -- sorry you were posted-over :-( try again in a minute ?
Complete thread -- (sp?) Paliates ?
Complete thread -- Pilates (exercises)
Complete thread -- Allergy list. Not much to go on here, but s/l "jamifoxin"
Complete thread -- he would like to resume chiropractic treaments and ___ + wav
Complete thread -- Oops... sorry, fixed.
Complete thread -- ditto - no wav there
Complete thread -- No WAV for me.
Complete thread -- HEENT: "No drift on s/l flight or bright" that's all he says under HEENT
Complete thread -- fixed .wav - sorry!
Complete thread -- This is a newbie at our hospital and he is NASTY. He just dictated
Complete thread -- aaaaagh, i have a doc like that who usually does 15+ minute reports!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I'm a complete idiot today apparently. Glad other people having working brain cells.
Complete thread -- I was going to listen, but it was wav'd over. sorry
Complete thread -- Please not start wav right on the word(s) in question? Can you back it up.
Complete thread -- So it would be 10-week size, but 10 weeks' size? so then it would be 8- to
Complete thread -- .wav sent - pain management doc
Complete thread -- I don't see anything about use of suspensive hyphens, only discussion of apostrophe use, b
Complete thread -- Thanks for link will save it! Still can't decipher what he's saying.
Complete thread -- Sigh, new dictator. under diagnoses "significant dyspnea -- parentheses resolved --
Complete thread -- Link for you.
Complete thread -- re-posting, added .wav - medication for acute pain
Complete thread -- Not correct. You would only use the suspensive hyphen
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would think 8-10 weeks' size (or 8-to-10 weeks' size)..see MT link
Complete thread -- Maybe just saying that she has some sensation in both those areas of
Complete thread -- he prolly forgot what number he was on so just saying "new number" to let the s.m.
Complete thread -- bulla (singular) - like a blister (or bullae - plural) ?
Complete thread -- the patient has an open pressure sore from a s/l "bola" on
Complete thread -- Added .wav - definitely pain med, given for acute pain
Complete thread -- hand film, doc is stumbling over "99"
Complete thread -- (he is talking about a patient with an ulnar and a foot injury. i think he got mixed up.
Complete thread -- HOW in the world can THIS make sense?
Complete thread -- Good to hear. Weirdness pays off once again. :D
Complete thread -- Weird guess but a correct one. Thanks so much. jgb
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- antiarrhythmics? Weird guess.
Complete thread -- sure it is a pain med?? What's context?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- antireflux?
Complete thread -- sure as with adhesions. jmho but I'd use 8- to 10-weeks size
Complete thread -- s/l anti-rednex sm
Complete thread -- ovaries were inspected and they were found to be *bound* down to the posterior le
Complete thread -- hmm, can't hear that. I think he is just making it up.
Complete thread -- tenosynovial cyst ?
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- New pain med? - "s/l" Imafera or Imavera
Complete thread -- got from doing to drugs.com and searching by medical condition...
Complete thread -- It's on this list
Complete thread -- Thanks I will check into it...
Complete thread -- There is a Prezista
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- What's your question?
Complete thread -- Does Prezeta sound familiar to anyone... for HIV related.
Complete thread -- never mind..
Complete thread -- This twink dork of a doctor has suddenly decided this list should be numbered. Please
Complete thread -- s/l resideration
Complete thread -- paraproteinemia
Complete thread -- past hx: Optic nerve s/l CP compression.
Complete thread -- Can't hear that. But thanks! Almost s/l Rheuma-claud.
Complete thread -- Possibly DermaCloud
Complete thread -- s/l Lumi-Claud. Please see message.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Googling bone marrow biposy and "right * iliac crest" suggests posterior?
Complete thread -- Med that s/l "sufedinear" 800 mg every 12 hours ?
Complete thread -- rule of thumb for using "x" in a measurement meaning "by"...sm
Complete thread -- does this make sense? sm
Complete thread -- Asian ESL. A bone marrow biposy aspirate was performed in the right "porfu" iliac
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- s/l "hype hattero gym nay add E" and s/l "sliv een omegaly"
Complete thread -- Yes, and found nothing that sounds like it.
Complete thread -- Did you google types of anemia?
Complete thread -- Anyone have a guess?
Complete thread -- mammo: normal overlapping fibroglandular tissue or s/l "fibrosis astroma."
Complete thread -- No, I tried to hear that, but can't. Thx for trying.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- ? aortic
Complete thread -- Abnormal chest x-ray. Possible "IFT dissection".
Complete thread -- anemia of chronic disease. She has a high sed rate but no indications of s/l para pro
Complete thread -- Got it!! --- Anspach
Complete thread -- Vertical *s/l uranates* posterior horn/body medial meniscal tear.
Complete thread -- I dont have my Stedman's word books with me. Op note. type of drill used
Complete thread -- He doesn't say anything in between. I haven't seen anyone do that bef ...
Complete thread -- onelook s/m
Complete thread -- Her BP has been under control. She is currently on "the cardipine" IV. (Tried drugs.
Complete thread -- drug list, s/l gaferin
Complete thread -- I hate that way. My account prefers to leave it as dictated. Are you missing
Complete thread -- s/l Riv-a'-dee-al
Complete thread -- I see that now, and obviously everyone else understood.
Complete thread -- Laboratory test work is reviewed. Urine culture was negative. TSH wa ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind - its Ragnell (retractor)
Complete thread -- s/l "rag nails"
Complete thread -- The only OTHER context is the sentence following it. LOLOL
Complete thread -- period of time ?
Complete thread -- Px is requesting retroactive work excuse 5/11-5/21
Complete thread -- Sorry
Complete thread -- IOW, I thought you were giving the history of the patient and a mispronounced med
Complete thread -- VASCULAR!!! TY! TY! TY! TY!
Complete thread -- Like I was supposed to know that when the only "context" was she mispronounces meds all
Complete thread -- Any chance it could be vascular?? Though really more hematologic than vascular
Complete thread -- Vascular?
Complete thread -- This is a heading in the Objective.
Complete thread -- Consider small bowel capsule study?
Complete thread -- e red blood cell distribution width, RDW, or RCDW
Complete thread -- Maxair?
Complete thread -- s/l "Mascular": History of anemia and onset of fatigue for the past 8 or 9 months.
Complete thread -- Continue small bowel _____ study to rule out Crohn’s disease
Complete thread -- If you had googled your EXACT s/l of atronic bladder, Google would have given you answer.
Complete thread -- Patient with history of iron-deficiency anemia. Labs drawn. "RDLE" was 32.8, MCV
Complete thread -- Folate, Vicodin, Ambien, albuterol, Spiriva, Tylenol No. 3 and s/l fitic,
Complete thread -- patient with sob and lung cancer...sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Obviously I'm not preaching to anyone. I have not mentioned it 17 times today. I haven't
Complete thread -- atonic? -- no tone
Complete thread -- what was dictated a 5- to 15-week ultrasound? Need extra context
Complete thread -- no urinary bladder difficulties suggesting s/l atronic bladder.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- thanks. Might flag.
Complete thread -- hemicraniotomy, looks like they're naming procedures for repair.
Complete thread -- Good guess... I bet that is it.
Complete thread -- WAG - pneumatic sequential
Complete thread -- hemi? Is this for hemisphere?
Complete thread -- C-section -- D: A Foley catheter was then allowed to continuous drainage. s/l "PS"
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- thank you, thank you
Complete thread -- Oh for pete's sake, recurrence!! LOL
Complete thread -- 1. might be recurrance? 2. might be "due to delay of ____" (no idea of the blank, sorry)
Complete thread -- #1 recheck at 7 a.m.
Complete thread -- YES!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- #2 electrolytes. #3 Accu-Cheks a.c. and q.h.s. still listening to #1
Complete thread -- #1 . recheck at 7 a.m. #3. Accu-Cheks AC and ...
Complete thread -- B12 supplementation?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- s/l "GIC", testicular ultrasound for evaluation of palpable abnormality.
Complete thread -- 1 s/l a-kee-lance; 2 s/l nun-si-fi-ca-tion
Complete thread -- amaurosis, enuresis?
Complete thread -- Help with suture name. Thanks!
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- 1st blank medial left lobe. 2nd appearance of the
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- could possibly be, thanks
Complete thread -- WAG - laryngismus?? Definition = Spasms of the laryngeal muscles.
Complete thread -- ? meningismus
Complete thread -- Thanks. Not "CMP". He's very clear, I just can't distinguish "N" from "and".
Complete thread -- Exacerbation of back and neck pain with mild associated headache, "lawn-gis-mus" and
Complete thread -- I agree to flag.... But I wonder if it is Gelfoam packing not Gelfoam or packing. :)
Complete thread -- ? CMP
Complete thread -- There is poison ivy, poison oak, and sumac. These are the
Complete thread -- Labs for psych admission. Doctor says: Will check a s/l **"CNG" or "C&G"** a urine
Complete thread -- Anything we say is just guessing. Better to flag if you can't hear,
Complete thread -- missing part of sentence
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- maybe thinning of the eyelashes and eyebrows for which we
Complete thread -- 1st one was "due to tumor" and 2nd one was "appearance of the"
Complete thread -- due to tumor. 2nd one--appearance of the
Complete thread -- derm
Complete thread -- due to _____ (1st one)
Complete thread -- but sumac would make sense
Complete thread -- Patient had poison ivy and s/l poison zuad in the past. I've seen sumac as an option
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- *drope*
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Workup was under way. He also
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- the doc just said "cath". So, I'ill just write "cath" ...
Complete thread -- The workup or "procedure" itself is a catheterization.
Complete thread -- cardiac
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- guess..primary care manager?
Complete thread -- thanks for all
Complete thread -- 3rd one is what billybob said
Complete thread -- the patient was sent from the clinic by his PCM - i can't figure out what PCM
Complete thread -- extent. friable? I can't get the last one.
Complete thread -- 1. get the extent of it removed. 2 friable and it was bleeding at the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- get the extent of it...friable... then passed back over to anesthesia.
Complete thread -- please help with
Complete thread -- might be what he means, but not what he says... I'll have to flag.. thanks anyway!!
Complete thread -- Likely. TY
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamin?
Complete thread -- Med s/l cyclo-calbin? Dictator sounds very unsure about it himself...
Complete thread -- WAG... antiemetics and analgesics?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- just 1/10 of a mile or 1/10 mile
Complete thread -- I'm just having a brain freeze- A tenth of a mile- 1/10th or 1/10 of a mile??
Complete thread -- Abdominal pain secondary to sigmoid colon diverticulitis. Admit the p ...
Complete thread -- TY billybob
Complete thread -- TY billybob
Complete thread -- TY billybob
Complete thread -- circ = circumflex.
Complete thread -- patient with a long past history of atherosclerotic cardiovascular dis ...
Complete thread -- veil.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- splenic fragments splenules
Complete thread -- Realize you already sent but it is TZDs. thiazolidinediones for diabetes.
Complete thread -- Additionally, multiple soft tissue nodules are noted in the region of the left upper
Complete thread -- just flagged and sent. thanks though.
Complete thread -- He had s/l make up medical check up done recently. Tx.
Complete thread -- post wav file
Complete thread -- You're preaching to the choir, honey. Wish you could convince my clients
Complete thread -- ESL doctor, East Indian accent.
Complete thread -- Went with " The cortex of each kidney is mildly . . . . ."
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help ~ I will check into that.
Complete thread -- Perhaps, Each kidney's cortex is mildly thin?
Complete thread -- I did find some NIH reference to fibrolipectomy.
Complete thread -- I'll check fibrolipectomy..brb
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Both kidneys' cortices? The cortex of each kidney? Not sure at all
Complete thread -- Oh duh! I don't know what I was thinking on the four, but you're right.
Complete thread -- listened again, thanks.
Complete thread -- Dr says: Both kidney's cortexes are mildly thin.
Complete thread -- Listen for CMV
Complete thread -- That's not a partial anything. There were a total of 4 microcalcifications
Complete thread -- patient is fatigued and hasn't felt well since having mono in 2008...
Complete thread -- thanks you.. ...
Complete thread -- I don't understand what "the partial of this sentence" means, but
Complete thread -- Dose fits for Antara, but please verify
Complete thread -- how am i going to transcribe the partial of this sentense " number approximately 4"?
Complete thread -- Says clearly in assessment: "fibrolipoma-ectomy" left forearm, right breast.
Complete thread -- drug name
Complete thread -- That is it. Thank you so much billybob!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- all raw surfaces?
Complete thread -- s/l all-ro surfaces
Complete thread -- maybe meant pericardium? Also myocardium (maybe clipped first part of word)
Complete thread -- that s/b latest BOS, 10 minutes left in my shift and I'm already
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Common sense is simply that. common sense. If more of us had it, there'd
Complete thread -- correct. no hyphen with metric measurements.
Complete thread -- I googled nodular pleural plaques. I think lasted BOS says no
Complete thread -- There's nothing "common" about me, lol.
Complete thread -- nodular appearance *to pleural plaque* in the anterior right upper
Complete thread -- ah! I got it. PROBABLY closer to
Complete thread -- and thank you!
Complete thread -- You got the first one, but not sure of the second
Complete thread -- *intensification* of lipid treatment...and *more like* closer to 70 (??)
Complete thread -- foreign doc, please sm
Complete thread -- It was in the FH. First said the mother died of an acute MI at 60. Then this.
Complete thread -- my bad..note to self: Read ALL the posts before commenting.
Complete thread -- I guess the MD was examining his ghost?
Complete thread -- ??????
Complete thread -- The patient passed away in his 50s of an acute MI. Yeah, okay
Complete thread -- pretty sure I said that earlier.......and make sure that is M zero not an O. M0...
Complete thread -- of course it does. they were irrigating looking for bleeding.
Complete thread -- pretty sure your O is 0 (oh versus zero)
Complete thread -- as stated below, the no spaces is from the AJCC.
Complete thread -- I guess I know just enough about fishing to find stuff like this. It pays to be well-
Complete thread -- Well, I found it. And, just in case some other MT needs this, it's V-Lure (link provided)
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer. I'm wondering if it could be some kind of lure, like a V lure.
Complete thread -- I found some links with feeler(s) along with that. But the feelers are usually things tha
Complete thread -- Fishing term: ...was embedded as he was taking a walleye off a s/l *veeler*.
Complete thread -- ok ty !!
Complete thread -- This is in the archives many times. Or Google TNM (tumor node metastasis) classification.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- The p is lowercase. Stands for pathologic staging, and if you follow the BoS, no spaces,
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help.
Complete thread -- tumor staging
Complete thread -- He just changed it to mg/dL. LOL
Complete thread -- Her calcium level has been found to approach 12 "micrograms." Shouldn't it be mg ??
Complete thread -- Not according to the definition of cardium. Nope. Where I work, I'd just fix it
Complete thread -- Thoracostomy - doctor dictates cardium...would you use it?
Complete thread -- You can also use a little common sense. That helps.
Complete thread -- Yeah well, citing a reference is a whole 'nother story, isn't it?
Complete thread -- calprotectin?
Complete thread -- Thanks. It was the first time I have ever run into this being used. They allow staph but
Complete thread -- According to Abbott, that IS correct.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, but your account may feel differently.
Complete thread -- If it were dictated with the generics with the wrong doses, you should correct that.
Complete thread -- Of course, thanks!
Complete thread -- Is it permissible to shorten Propionibacterium to propioni?
Complete thread -- BPPV
Complete thread -- possible component of s/l "BTTV."
Complete thread -- you take the word of some anonymous person on this board as gospel?
Complete thread -- OH! ok thanks!
Complete thread -- it makes no difference which comes first. one (500 mg) is the acetaminophen and one
Complete thread -- I thought I heard striation, but now seeing this, I'm hearing ulceration. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Doc dictates "Vicodin 500/5 mg q.i.d. p.r.n." Would you flag?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking "no mucosal ulceration".
Complete thread -- s/l "wing-ling" level is 26.
Complete thread -- or mucosal striation?
Complete thread -- just a guess - muscle cell striation?
Complete thread -- Oropharynx clear w/ moist mucous membrane and "no mucal salstration." Normal hard and
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- See if you can hear "carbohydrate content" there.
Complete thread -- ?No lid lag.
Complete thread -- EYES: Anicteric sclerae, moist conjunctivae, "no li-lick" PERRLA. (ESL)
Complete thread -- ignore, didn't see the stool study part
Complete thread -- chymotrypsin?
Complete thread -- s/l perianal discoriation = may be perianal decortication link
Complete thread -- cow's milk protein?
Complete thread -- s/l cow protectant!!
Complete thread -- sensory motor neuronal axonal (neuropathies) greater than
Complete thread -- EMG study. I have part of this but not all of it.
Complete thread -- It's a "blowout fracture" of the right orbit. :)
Complete thread -- That's what I did wrong. I googled saffris antidepressant and came up with nothing.
Complete thread -- YW. I just googled saffris medication and let google do the work. :)
Complete thread -- Thank you. My brain didn't make the leap to trying "ph"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- googling shows Saphris
Complete thread -- Psych report. Discussed trying a new medication, s/l "Saff-ris"
Complete thread -- did dic start to say urine but corrected to just Her wet prep?
Complete thread -- ?tardive dyskinesia (TDk); ck the abbr.
Complete thread -- Thanks all !
Complete thread -- No one "attacked" you, they merely corrected your answer.
Complete thread -- Pay attention and maybe you don't get so-called attacked. What? We should have
Complete thread -- s/l *TBK*.. Any suggestions? Is psych report
Complete thread -- Okay, Okay, I did not notice the qoutation marks!- stop attackin'
Complete thread -- Oh my, no! Not a quote from the patient, you shouldn't!
Complete thread -- I agree... i take back what i said. If it is a direct quote that is...
Complete thread -- s/l your wet prep
Complete thread -- If this is a direct quote, it would be absolutely WRONG to expand it. The words
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? extension vessel in shoulder - see below
Complete thread -- don't think so because it doesn't say lower than any specific place
Complete thread -- NO expansion if that is her direct quote. Nope, no way. If she said OD'd, that is what
Complete thread -- i'd expand it.
Complete thread -- transverse
Complete thread -- below something?
Complete thread -- x-ray... demonstrates ___ fracture of the right orbit +wav - thanks
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: "I OD'd." OD'd ....is that right? She overdosed.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Major WAG: reports "no real association with food intake"?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! You are so smart! nm
Complete thread -- Did you LOOK up the meanings of the words and see how that fits?
Complete thread -- unremarkable, nulliparous.
Complete thread -- s/l leprosis pelvic exam may be related to the cervix
Complete thread -- Google transverse and AP dimensions
Complete thread -- MD says transverse. Does he mean traverse? Spell check not liking this.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- long.
Complete thread -- listen for circumscribed.
Complete thread -- Px with brain tumor. *smooth circumcised mass*
Complete thread -- the popliteal artery with ____ patch angioplasty subsequent t
Complete thread -- Was not telling her to leave off grade,
Complete thread -- I will relisten.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That is it, thanks
Complete thread -- Could it be "complete a gamma interferon"?
Complete thread -- I think it may be QuantiFERON
Complete thread -- Good one! New term for me, thanks.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- I'm logging out, but check sp. for Malassezia furfur
Complete thread -- Can you provide the exact sentence/surrounding text?
Complete thread -- I think it's complete _____ (a test) with next blood work... still thinking.
Complete thread -- S/L MALESTHESIA FERVOR
Complete thread -- Completing s/l "campt eh fearing with next blood work.
Complete thread -- There is a product called "Lymph-Tone". See link inside...
Complete thread -- googling ..patch angioplasty..see link..brings up some
Complete thread -- Thank you. Appreciate your response!
Complete thread -- patient has cystic fibrosis and environmental allergies
Complete thread -- ooooh...recurvatum....I like...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I would tend to type as "posterior cervical-occiput". (sm)
Complete thread -- something recurvatum. Cubitus recurvatum?
Complete thread -- could he be saying "may eventually resolve in extra week..etc" meaning
Complete thread -- popliteal artery with *long* patch angioplasty subsequent
Complete thread -- Pulmozyme, 2.5 mg, by nebulization, daily; Ensure Kid, 1 ounce, orally, daily; s/l
Complete thread -- result in "extra week of autumn"
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- Here comes your dumb question of the day.
Complete thread -- I saw that, but does it make sense in context?
Complete thread -- onelook.com noun: a diluting agent
Complete thread -- I'd not consider leaving out grade as opposed to high school or college but sm
Complete thread -- AJCC says no commas or spaces...but client preference prevails.
Complete thread -- Cholecystectomy - s/l dilutant
Complete thread -- perhaps group G is group B?
Complete thread -- pure guess s/l fos synd. may be falx syndrome LINK
Complete thread -- I think stumbled and clarifying which streptococcus group LINK
Complete thread -- WAG: "fibroglandular hyperplasia"? Also....(see msg)
Complete thread -- Can you hear "pericolic stranding" out of that?
Complete thread -- A CAT scan shows *pericolax trending* involving the sigmoid colon
Complete thread -- thank you, I believe this is correct ...
Complete thread -- "A full culture, strep G, group G. She does have postnasal draina ...
Complete thread -- you're correct, thank you
Complete thread -- I'm thinking "parenteral Valium" maybe?
Complete thread -- Could it be NO high-risk travel?
Complete thread -- The word won't come to me, but Valium is name brand.
Complete thread -- plan,followed for RA
Complete thread -- Patient has a history of IV drug abuse and alcoholism. 'It is a ...
Complete thread -- explore? as in maybe ate something bad?
Complete thread -- The proctectomy specimen showed s/l "fyrogland" and hyperplasia. His
Complete thread -- Reports s/l implore association with food intake.
Complete thread -- falx
Complete thread -- s/l fawks. Brain surgery--see msg
Complete thread -- prime? primary?
Complete thread -- Patellofemoral "primers" indicators. sm
Complete thread -- thanks...i'll check it out.
Complete thread -- I should add it's listed as Russell-Taylor screw. That might help you in your research.
Complete thread -- Sted's Ortho has a Russell screw listed, although not sure if it fits your context.
Complete thread -- I just want to encourage everyone to continue on w/ the report before trying to figure out
Complete thread -- s/l rassle screw
Complete thread -- Never mind. He said it again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- is it popliteal and proximal runoff distribution or popliteal runoff?
Complete thread -- There is a restaurant called the The Black Angus (home is in K.C., Mo.)
Complete thread -- posterior fornix
Complete thread -- What is g?d
Complete thread -- LOL! Forget it! He changes his mind!
Complete thread -- I bet that's correct, I'll listen again to make sure. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- says this person is manager of a (s/l) g?d angus ____ restaurant (colorado)
Complete thread -- IUD. 2 centimeters in length, tucked in the anterior s/l forenx.
Complete thread -- ? bili light is what I usually hear.
Complete thread -- Hyperbilirubinemia, had 1 treatment with s/l blick lights? Thank you.
Complete thread -- ok. I can hear s/l spine-ology now. researching it
Complete thread -- pathology?
Complete thread -- Of course. I just thought it might ring a bell that I could listen for with someone.
Complete thread -- I can't hear that but thank you. s/l "fin-all-ug-jee"
Complete thread -- You must realize no one can possibly make a reasonable suggestion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There is a Riverview x-ray also from February.
Complete thread -- Is saying Riverview. Evidently the name of facility where x-ray was done.
Complete thread -- He is the worst mumbler. sounds like fos system or syndrome?
Complete thread -- There is a ? view x-ray also from February of this year. Lumbar spine ...
Complete thread -- Listen for interbody fusion allograft
Complete thread -- i just sent the wav. i googled x-ray views and saw oblique but it doesnt seem to fit.
Complete thread -- thanx. thats what i heard also,although it does not make sense.
Complete thread -- interbody fusion of L5-S1 with *interbody fin all ogy*,
Complete thread -- oblique? You might want to read the rules for posting. Seriously.
Complete thread -- Sorry. s/l seed to me. Can't think what that might be.
Complete thread -- that's the end. next he says spirometry results.
Complete thread -- What comes right after this?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what you're asking, but you can google x-ray
Complete thread -- fastening device....
Complete thread -- ? view on x-ray, has vowel sound of long ee
Complete thread -- oximetry was normal, 98% on 2 liter ? (wav file sent)
Complete thread -- Anyone know carpentry? :)
Complete thread -- THANK YOU SO MUCH I LEARN SO MUCH FROM ALL YOUR HELP, your links etc ...
Complete thread -- no. Dictator probably mis-spoke.
Complete thread -- Even better link here with all the subcategories.
Complete thread -- I would type T2, N2c, MX (our docs want the commas)
Complete thread -- Sounds like your docs are using a combined staging system. See link for pdf with more
Complete thread -- I wonder if it pertains to a floor of the hospital, i.e., GMU might be
Complete thread -- docspeak for craniectomy, from context.
Complete thread -- perianal "discoriation"
Complete thread -- taken care of and the cartilage smoothed
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The patient has a T2N2 s/l CMX squamous cell carcinoma of the right ba ...
Complete thread -- s/l "GMU or GME" level
Complete thread -- b lateral was bilateral
Complete thread -- VEP (date) B lateral no prolongation P100. What does this mean ...
Complete thread -- s/l cranie
Complete thread -- med blank- wav sent! TIA
Complete thread -- Seems like the ranges are okay that you have.
Complete thread -- The reference range for CA 27.29 is 0 to 38 in one source I found and 0 to 40 in another.
Complete thread -- type
Complete thread -- range inside
Complete thread -- Thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm repair with a #28 _S/L gelwiz_ pericardial window.
Complete thread -- Pt with chronic hep C. We will refer him for "col ta nay sha" test HIV.
Complete thread -- Labs were done on 2/10/10. White count 4,400, hemoglobin 14.7, and pl ...
Complete thread -- "A 39-year-old with a prior history of IA1 invasive squamous cell ...
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- thank you! ...
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- YW. I did a Word List search for grel :)
Complete thread -- Bless your heart and thank you so much. I just got through looking
Complete thread -- sm for additional
Complete thread -- Looks like posting if for relief of pain? sm
Complete thread -- I think it's okay. have heard out-toeing and in-toeing
Complete thread -- I'm seeing posting on google?
Complete thread -- Effient® (prasugrel)
Complete thread -- Stop s/l "press uh grill" and start heparin or Angiomax
Complete thread -- orthotics
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- Found it: Adacel (tetanus toxoid) (thanks anyway!!) :-)
Complete thread -- s/l ADD-uh-fill zero point five mL IM administered prior to discharge...
Complete thread -- thanks! I think I may be able to make that out!
Complete thread -- listen for gelatinous.
Complete thread -- knee aspiration help please
Complete thread -- You need colon there, not semicolon.
Complete thread -- porous coat(ed) ?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- I just found -- borborygmi -- on MT911 -love that site. I think this is it...
Complete thread -- GI - new account...can't find this anywhere...any WAGS? :)
Complete thread -- I'd consider school-age grandchildren.
Complete thread -- heart...
Complete thread -- yes...um grade school-aged?
Complete thread -- She has been quite active, keeping up with her grade school aged grandchildren
Complete thread -- Thanks...I could not come up with anything either after listening and listening
Complete thread -- total knee?
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, I'm coming up with nothing.
Complete thread -- sounds like the brand of knee replacement..agreed?
Complete thread -- On the last x-ray, I noticed some liftoff on her film. it was a sl*tore-cote*knee.
Complete thread -- butalbital (a barbiturate, 50 mg), acetaminophen (325 mg), and caffeine (40 mg). ...
Complete thread -- At the very end of the report he mentions a note in the chart about no narcotics.
Complete thread -- more than one definition sm
Complete thread -- This is a female s/l "recidivist"
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- another opinion
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- ? Accolate It is for asthma, which no history given of that, but
Complete thread -- Fioricet and Esgic are brand name drugs made from a combination of butalbital (a barbitura
Complete thread -- med s/l idacolate - sm
Complete thread -- Check link. I didn't check dosages.
Complete thread -- the dosage is 50/325 40 bid prn
Complete thread -- pt given S/L Ubutotol? and caffiene as a discharge med.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying chest x-ray, but saying chest rays.
Complete thread -- flagged, thanks.
Complete thread -- That sounds just like it, thanks so much! nm
Complete thread -- There's tamsulosin, which is an alpha blocker... maybe ____ tamsulosin?
Complete thread -- seems like "firmness" makes the most sense...confirming fibrin plug
Complete thread -- Upper GI bleed, endoscopy. ESL doc is treating bleeding gastric varix with mix ..sm
Complete thread -- medication s/l repamzolosin sm
Complete thread -- __ colonic ? fissure - the tear was located -
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Oh gosh, you're welcome. I thought it would be way too late.
Complete thread -- i'm pretty sure it's the name of an anesthesia, but thanks for
Complete thread -- It was "distant ehrlichiosis"!! Thank you-thank you-thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Its things like that that keep this job from getting too monotonous…
Complete thread -- sounds like Ehrlichiosis is in there somewhere
Complete thread -- She comes in complaining of left lower extremity pain in the left lower extremity. S
Complete thread -- don't hear any wave, and by the way, what's your question? ...
Complete thread -- that this person on her no-touch techniques, was into the following???
Complete thread -- wav posted. pls sm
Complete thread -- just a guess - Sounds like he's saying "Dr. Gleason" (anesthesiologist?)
Complete thread -- Did you even read it? or even the heler's post, think not.
Complete thread -- alrighty then...that will work. Thank you!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I googled it and came up with over 6000 hits, many of them refering to lungs....
Complete thread -- hearing this type of sound in lungs.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Nada. 68-year-old male ptn, so I was thinking orchio- something, but am coming up empty.
Complete thread -- partially cystic?
Complete thread -- Will flag. thanks for trying
Complete thread -- WAV file, reposted from below as it was hard to follow. Cartia or Procardia?
Complete thread -- I got clonidine as well. Still can't decide between Procardia and Cartia for the last one
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- left level II s/l "partial acystic" 4 cm mass ...
Complete thread -- dyssynchronous something? what else is mentioned in the PMH?
Complete thread -- aromatization? (sm)
Complete thread -- INFEROLATERAL
Complete thread -- Patient has s/l "dy-sin-o-rik-liosis" Just mentions once in PMH.In with flu-symptoms
Complete thread -- "Nuclear stress test done 5/4/10 showed inferior and _______ nontr ...
Complete thread -- The first is Detrol.
Complete thread -- She has a history of schizophrenia. That came later.
Complete thread -- WAV file, sorry, hit enter too soon.
Complete thread -- The patient was on ___ drugs including - ____ Cipro. ____ ...
Complete thread -- did you even read the question?
Complete thread -- word help obgyn - sm
Complete thread -- opps meant wasn't thinking
Complete thread -- never mind... i was thinking.. i got it
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks, will listen again.
Complete thread -- PMH: Chronic cervical radicular syndrome with "hyper-asthesias"
Complete thread -- there is a patch called Flector (NSAID)
Complete thread -- No editing allowed. Thank you for your input.
Complete thread -- I'd probably comma after patient and comma after know
Complete thread -- If this proves to be a squamous cell carcinoma, I would most likely re ...
Complete thread -- and whom I inserted a Mirena is missing something?
Complete thread -- If you can slightly edit, I would take probably take out the who, but if you can't I would
Complete thread -- There is a visible right base of tongue exophytic lesion seen with ton ...
Complete thread -- Nope, and that is what doc said (esl).
Complete thread -- The sentence is missing a word or two and might have an extra word or two. Can you recast
Complete thread -- comma question - sm
Complete thread -- does she have COPD? Combivent?
Complete thread -- s/l comofyn
Complete thread -- M2 sq
Complete thread -- just a meds list, Past Medical History: Significant for migraines and COPD.
Complete thread -- slip?
Complete thread -- context in which stated
Complete thread -- patient takes Lidoderm and *flec* patches
Complete thread -- tip?
Complete thread -- hmm....logic says it it "tilt."...don't go by me if you hear it so differently.....:-)
Complete thread -- Distal radius fracture... Radiographs... There is neutral articular s/l tilp on the
Complete thread -- not your s/l but it it is fuzzy and you hear an E: external pneumatic compression (EPC) ?
Complete thread -- thanks, going to flag it, not clear.
Complete thread -- your "Lex" might possibly be "legs"????
Complete thread -- DVT prophylaxis with s/l E U Lex pumps?
Complete thread -- 1.73m² (from cut and paste characters below).
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- customarily meter squared (M superstript 2) was represented in print as just that, M, with
Complete thread -- how do you type it when they say "superscript" when giving a lab value?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- If the account is verbatim and if the doctor is telling trach
Complete thread -- might it have to do with (sphincter of) Oddi?
Complete thread -- s/l udder mount" to the pancreas is identified.
Complete thread -- trach, but why are you abbreviating it?
Complete thread -- How do we abbreviate tracheostomy, trach or trache???
Complete thread -- glad it worked for you. Thanks for your confirmation!
Complete thread -- Yes, that's the word I want. I couldn't grab it out of my brain. TY!
Complete thread -- listen for paradoxical use of accessory muscles.
Complete thread -- It doesn't sound like apparent. S/l pairdos or pairdox???
Complete thread -- No apparent use of accessory muscles (of (ins)(res)piration.)
Complete thread -- No "s/l pairdos" use of accessory muscles.
Complete thread -- He wasn't.
Complete thread -- Nevermind - its Montevideo
Complete thread -- s/l "mon-a-fa-day-o" units (see below)
Complete thread -- I would think would, but I can't hear him either.
Complete thread -- would or will? I can't really hear him clear enough.
Complete thread -- Ludwig angina (bacterial infection)
Complete thread -- That's a weird thing to test for though. That is pain - you either have it or you don't.
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- ? vulvodynia - see link
Complete thread -- can't think of it. It might not be an STD, though.
Complete thread -- STDs
Complete thread -- suspect hydroureter there because already stated hydronephrosis but would definitely flag
Complete thread -- I bet you are hearing hydro. Hydronephrosis or hydroureter, though? Docspeak doesn't
Complete thread -- Is it hydro?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- floor of mouth, anterior base of tongue?
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- He says "c5667" Write like C5-6, C6-7 ?? Just confirming.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- No mucosal lesions of the lips, gingiva, floor of mouth, *angina,* base of tongue,
Complete thread -- not if he means extend. dorsiflex, plantarflex and extend.
Complete thread -- got it: overimposed myoclonus
Complete thread -- parkinson evaluation, s/l "with ovary and post" plse sm
Complete thread -- I should have said spellcheck. Stedman's doesn't even recognize it.
Complete thread -- medial malleolus, lateral malleolus --- what is it with Stedmans. It doesn't like
Complete thread -- This is on the right. Later says "able to dorsi and plantar flex the left foot."
Complete thread -- probably does mean dorsiflex and extend the foot.
Complete thread -- Doc says "unable to dorsi and extensor the foot and ankle."
Complete thread -- that isn't what it is.. looks like CPK to me
Complete thread -- actually, just like the real game, it will play the music and do preview to draw attention
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying to help! I had another couple blanks so decided to flag.
Complete thread -- Oh goodness, yes. TY!
Complete thread -- I hear with a ------- right parietal lobe (almost sounds like he's saying "excuse me" and
Complete thread -- immune?
Complete thread -- marked increase in "s/l inien" function
Complete thread -- Yep - that's it. When I access it from this site, it doesn't give me Pac Man but does from
Complete thread -- I have no idea. That is what I'm asking. The only thing I noticed yesterday is my google
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor... thanks
Complete thread -- Why wouldn't you have the Pac man?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- It would be mL/min/mmHg not mLhG? and yes, that is how diffusion capacity is done
Complete thread -- Good heavens, NO!
Complete thread -- The MAIN Google was celebrating the 30th anniversary of PacMan, so the others
Complete thread -- Are you using this? See link.
Complete thread -- metric measurement...help
Complete thread -- Yes, and I just hit "google search" w/o filling in and it took me to plain screen.
Complete thread -- There must be something wrong with mine. I have no Pac Man thing at all.
Complete thread -- I had that a couple of times too. Maybe they someone give you a free game. :D
Complete thread -- Thanks, that seems to have solved it!
Complete thread -- You have somehow accidentally hit the "Insert Coin" and it is playing through the game
Complete thread -- How are you using Google - do you have the annoying Pac Man sound
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Google lab test CFK and then see what it suggests.
Complete thread -- apostrophes, not apostrophe's. It's plural, not possessive.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- UA showed leukocyte esterase. Normal CBC and metabolic panel. "CKF" elevated.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Psych note: s/l Picardi. Or Bicardi. (VR note)
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks LiliK!
Complete thread -- Maybe Xolair?
Complete thread -- s/l *Zolara* therapy. Patient has asthma and allergies. sm
Complete thread -- LigaSure™
Complete thread -- see link inside (sm)
Complete thread -- PSVT ablation, we tested her with and without "isopeterinol"
Complete thread -- NM, I think it's ligature device.
Complete thread -- combination of electrocautery and *link-sure* device to transect greater omentum.
Complete thread -- might even be a fork. OUCH!
Complete thread -- tines, like a fork.
Complete thread -- s/l tynes
Complete thread -- Glad you found it. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch! ...
Complete thread -- Found it - tocilizumab
Complete thread -- tenacious?
Complete thread -- neck cyst
Complete thread -- Please double check all references AND account specs. This is covered by the ADHI
Complete thread -- possibly, will flag!
Complete thread -- thought about that too but wasn't sure; thanks again
Complete thread -- Maybe golimumab (generic Simponi)?
Complete thread -- pt with juvenile idiopathic arthritis on s/l togluvinad sm
Complete thread -- See if you can hear ANA... typical test for rheumatological issues.
Complete thread -- not sure but s/l ANH or A & H
Complete thread -- Homans sign, no apostrophe, per Stedman's Ortho Book.
Complete thread -- do hear/read metabolic syndrome frequently, probably dictator is ummming
Complete thread -- Thanks. Wonder if it could be carrying?
Complete thread -- absorbable collagen sponge (this is all I could find) link
Complete thread -- That was what came up with my search as well. Nothing sounding
Complete thread -- collagen?
Complete thread -- umm, ran out of space, meant, referring reader to look at etc
Complete thread -- I think meaning see (referring read look at)Star panel/chart is electronic medical records
Complete thread -- BMP-impregnated s/l Kerry sponge
Complete thread -- see if you can hear tidal volume, may be slurring sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- TLIF=transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion
Complete thread -- he has compression fracture, needing s/l T-lift or TLIF or ? thanks
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- ? Focalin
Complete thread -- folison
Complete thread -- tidal volume, PEEP
Complete thread -- pustules *see*
Complete thread -- More from below
Complete thread -- Patient currently on ventilator support with *tidal line* 400 ...
Complete thread -- NM. Time for bed and just going to flag.
Complete thread -- yep derbleeding = debriding.
Complete thread -- yep derbleeding = debriding.
Complete thread -- I can't hear debriding...the more I listen, it s/l "furder bleeding"
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Diabetes mellitus versus *submetabolic* syndrome.
Complete thread -- debriding??
Complete thread -- s/l "Further bleeding" was performed
Complete thread -- I think so, will listen again, thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- pedicle peridural graft to dura?
Complete thread -- I actually like it. There's not usually too much differnet. Good lines quickly.
Complete thread -- Pedicle s/l "peri dura craft to dura."
Complete thread -- exenterate the sinus
Complete thread -- between 2008 and "at which time" there should be no period. It's the continuation of the
Complete thread -- pls help with punctuation. thank you!
Complete thread -- We were able to actually s/l "ec-sel-terate" the sinus
Complete thread -- google iodoform drapes
Complete thread -- Homans' sign (make sure there is an s at the end of it. Put it in your expander.)
Complete thread -- bilateral s/l ba-narrow vein (CT scan)
Complete thread -- s/l iodoform drapes
Complete thread -- s/l Homman sign is negative.
Complete thread -- ugh. I don't know how you do it. My first job was transcription for eye surgeon.
Complete thread -- If you are an MT you would be able to see what was being said in link
Complete thread -- Found it. "some fish mouthing over the central horseshoe tear." nm
Complete thread -- Scleral buckle procedure, s/l fish melting over the tear. sm
Complete thread -- I accidentally hit "send". I think it is "traversing epidural vessels".
Complete thread -- This report has probably been sent, but I think it
Complete thread -- For next time, it took me about 5 seconds to find it. I just typed
Complete thread -- I've already sent it, but I can go back and listen! TYVM
Complete thread -- see if you can hear conivaptan
Complete thread -- Okay, never mind....Health For All
Complete thread -- s/l Health Bra
Complete thread -- cannot find drug, s/l is terrible. see msg. please and thanks
Complete thread -- s/l hand
Complete thread -- Guessing: Instructed to repeat this p.r.n.?
Complete thread -- WAG: Can you hear Anusol-HC somewhere in that?
Complete thread -- thanks, I think that's it.
Complete thread -- accurately?
Complete thread -- I could not *ark late* assess this
Complete thread -- Don't know if you sent yet or not, but can you hear "nanometer"?
Complete thread -- NM, sending it in w/blank
Complete thread -- lithotripsy performed using a 265 ?*nanum medium*? holmium laser fiber
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!
Complete thread -- *uh uh udder E cliff* suppository (I don't know if he is stuttering at beginning or
Complete thread -- mucositis?
Complete thread -- a whitish spot?
Complete thread -- if you cannot hear the first part, then flag/blank it. Anything else would be a guess at
Complete thread -- Need GI Help
Complete thread -- nasal saline to the nasal area and s/l "shark sun this increase liss p.r.n."
Complete thread -- No adenopathy in cervical chain? WAG :o)
Complete thread -- Please sm. NP dictating who must want to go home for the day.
Complete thread -- the trend is to no longer use apostrophe or hyphen if you go by BOS BUT
Complete thread -- never mind - LAR
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- It was outer Guidant sheath
Complete thread -- Yes, Leopold's maneuvers. I thought he was saying criteria there.
Complete thread -- listen for HLA-B*5701 I think that needs to be a genotype resistance test, but not
Complete thread -- No she did not.
Complete thread -- *condition* resistance test *tro file H I L B for 701* in case we need to change.
Complete thread -- I got the blank inside. It's "I-S1"
Complete thread -- Coronary sinus was cannulated with "an outted" Guidant sheath "and or in" an Easytrak
Complete thread -- How silly. Let's all get our big girl pants on.
Complete thread -- Leopold's?
Complete thread -- fetus was vertex and weighs approximately 7.5 pounds by s/l "lea poulson" criteria.
Complete thread -- recurrent *L E R*
Complete thread -- indeed there is..but she used it correctly.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking therapeutic AB.
Complete thread -- and fine way..until she started in on another poster who helped in HER way.
Complete thread -- I prefer to answer AND give instructions on how I found it.
Complete thread -- Poor baby..did you ask for help previously and not get any? You sound jealous.
Complete thread -- that is only YOUR opinion..several of us don't think you helped at all.
Complete thread -- You are pathetic.
Complete thread -- but on that link I see no hint in any of the hits for multilineage, which proves my point
Complete thread -- They can see it for themselves, if we have given decent links. That is part of the learni
Complete thread -- whether you like to believe it or not, seeing the actual answer is part of -sm
Complete thread -- I doubt threatened abortion would have been used in PMH.
Complete thread -- I did google but didn't include the word Aranesp. Thanks for all input. nm
Complete thread -- I liked MINE up above with googling the 20q- also. But none of us then
Complete thread -- therapeutic abortion... as opposed to miscarraige which is SAB (spontaneous abortion)
Complete thread -- your suggestion was not as clear as my suggestion on what to google, don't you think it is
Complete thread -- That's a mush of contradiction. Her way to help was simply different.
Complete thread -- I am the ONLY one that helped the MT. I showed her how to find the answer HERSELF!
Complete thread -- If you don't want to help, don't. Don't bash people who do help, even if it's
Complete thread -- Because they don't give a fig about the poster learning anything
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I agree with multilineage. :-)
Complete thread -- Wow, why don't you all break out the spoons. OP had already been told how and where to fi
Complete thread -- Found by googling "refractory cytopenia" "mild * dysplasia." (hunch on "mild")
Complete thread -- found by search on cytopenia multi- dysplasia
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=dysplasia+20q-&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Refractory cytopenia with multilineage dysplasia is a form of myelodysplastic syndrome
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- mild unilineage dysplasia?
Complete thread -- Google aranesp for * dysplasia and see if that's your s/l
Complete thread -- Myelodysplastic syndrome, diagnosed October 2007, with
Complete thread -- You need to be charged all right, but not for incorrect use of the word troll--lack of res
Complete thread -- At any rate, TAB is a legitimate medical abbreviation, and your patient is a female.
Complete thread -- You're charged.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- I hear a different WAV.
Complete thread -- so charge me!
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks jerseygal
Complete thread -- There is a $1.00 buck charge for incorrect use of troll.
Complete thread -- I don't see anyone being a troll. How can WE decide which expansion YOUR report is for.
Complete thread -- I have a website that gives a crap load of abbreviations, but was curious WHICH one it was
Complete thread -- can we hear it? can't think what else it could be
Complete thread -- Finding out what a medical abbreviation stands for is something any MT should have the ski
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- my question is what does TAB stand for
Complete thread -- s/l "upsetta" count is 209,000 (doesn't s/l platelet count)
Complete thread -- What's your ?
Complete thread -- doc giving PMH list and says "TAB x2"
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- pillars?
Complete thread -- septoplasty
Complete thread -- :) You're welcome!
Complete thread -- HJR? not familiar with this but will look it up! you are correct!! thanks so
Complete thread -- his wife has did?
Complete thread -- not doing good at all today!! should say He HAS 2+ pedal edema not IS.
Complete thread -- listen for HJR???
Complete thread -- sorry doc changed wording in next paragraph - see mess and sorry.
Complete thread -- only if it is the first word of the sentence
Complete thread -- here's a link for you to help you - sm
Complete thread -- thx very much
Complete thread -- Indium white blood cell nuclear medicine study (cap the Indium?
Complete thread -- listen for Reddick and it is also Oasis cholangio clamp (which is made by Wilson-Cook) SM
Complete thread -- need help with exam part of cardiac note. ty
Complete thread -- Why did his wife have a wound culture if hubby is pt?
Complete thread -- linezolid
Complete thread -- s/l... re-ne-za-lid... sm
Complete thread -- That is because when the AAMT decided on the preference, Stedman's FOLLOWED SUIT
Complete thread -- thanks; will flag word in question
Complete thread -- FWIW, Sted's equip lists cholangioclamp
Complete thread -- No apostrophe in Stedman's!
Complete thread -- There's an Ivalon sponge. Not sure if it fits or not.
Complete thread -- anyone familiar with an s/l Eric catheter; can't find anything on google unless i'm
Complete thread -- Sorry, that should have read 'pretty much appears that'
Complete thread -- Why do you try to be a PIA? Look in DORLAND'S. IT IS with an apostrophe s
Complete thread -- Thanks -- you're probably right about that and she's mispronoucing. I'll have
Complete thread -- Now she says under plan for this: Continue with dry *Avalon* dressing. I've tried
Complete thread -- Allevyn is closest I can find, saw that Avalon one but agree not looking good
Complete thread -- (She just clarified it was an ulcer on the 2nd digit.)
Complete thread -- Thanks! Appreciate your input. :)
Complete thread -- ...Wee Walker is a pediatric cam walker/fracture boot designed for children 18 months to..
Complete thread -- NP refers to a cleanser she calls *Avalon.* Please SM for full context
Complete thread -- archives refer to Bledsoe Wee Walker (shoes).
Complete thread -- Pt being placed in a Wee Walker. I cannot document if this needs to be capped. Not
Complete thread -- Why do I even try?? No dear it is NOT with an apostrophe!!
Complete thread -- while it is in your mind, change the spelling to Tysabri.
Complete thread -- if you come here for accolades..you are wasting your time.
Complete thread -- mid in this context could be either the
Complete thread -- Thank you...that comes up in our department periodically.
Complete thread -- Yeah, it's a knitted elastic wrapping for dressings per Vera. I've had it before. Just
Complete thread -- You know, I think you are right. Stockinette and....were... Thanks a million. :D
Complete thread -- in case you don't know what it is, stockinette is a cloth tube they put on the arm...sm
Complete thread -- Agree with hclokc. If you had a Sted's Ortho Book, it's always a good idea to go down
Complete thread -- stockinette?
Complete thread -- S/l "stockumet" See context inside.
Complete thread -- compressed? depressed?
Complete thread -- I didn't think so either. Thanks!
Complete thread -- All that link shows are the words in question scattered throughout various
Complete thread -- It is most definitely with an 's if the account prefers it/ doctor dictates it
Complete thread -- To me, doesn't make sense when you look up definition of oppressed.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wasn't sure what to do with that erythematous, either. Will take another look
Complete thread -- That's why it's important to give sentence BEFORE your s/l as well.
Complete thread -- Yep, might mean 2+. I wonder about "he is erythematous" Might go with next sentence.
Complete thread -- The patient has chronic "oppressed" spinal muscle spasm. Sound correct?
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your help, but it is 'cranial nerves 2-12 are intact as tested.' SM
Complete thread -- ESL states limb inspection shows edema of *two crosses.* Does he likely mean 2+?
Complete thread -- either will work. click link
Complete thread -- both would mean the same thing..I would give him what you think you hear
Complete thread -- As an FYI to the OP..the sample quoted her shows
Complete thread -- villous comes before, i.e., villous atrophy, villous abnormality
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Neuro exam. "His s/l tested strength or test of strength is 5/5 and equal SM
Complete thread -- regarding celiac disease
Complete thread -- AP, lateral and (on) sunset views....??
Complete thread -- anteroposterior, lateral AND sunset view sm
Complete thread -- I would put comma before although.
Complete thread -- OMG, thank you!
Complete thread -- T-wave in (leads) I and aVF
Complete thread -- Heberden with no ' I believe and agree with no hyphen
Complete thread -- ischemic changes although there is an inverted s/l TUA of an ADF which is a bit conc
Complete thread -- S/l ton on
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l abedril vessel
Complete thread -- I agree. The answers were a minute apart. Sometimes it is just an innocent error.
Complete thread -- RUQ for right upper quadrant, no hematoma?
Complete thread -- Sometimes people post at the same time or one screen hasn't been refreshed.
Complete thread -- That's rude to ignore other helpers too.
Complete thread -- Thanks LiliK
Complete thread -- electronystagmogram ENG. I'd venture he is really meaning EMG. electromyography and NCV
Complete thread -- It's EMG/NCV, I believe.
Complete thread -- Wrist. s/l ENG/NCV. I don't hear EMG and can't document ENG/NCV.
Complete thread -- No hyphen with 1 cm.
Complete thread -- Heberden's
Complete thread -- Similar to s/l 'hebadurns" ? rheumatoid appearance.
Complete thread -- s/l "feels tired on his days off"
Complete thread -- please help with
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I understand. I do so much hematology and oncology, that it popped imm. into my mind.
Complete thread -- never mind, got it. thanks
Complete thread -- PROBLEM LIST: 1. Bradycardia/_______ on metoprolol 100 mg per ...
Complete thread -- T-PLIF
Complete thread -- does anyone know what TPF stands for in this case? sm please
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ?wrist (know they test wrist flexors)
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- extravasation?
Complete thread -- ALSO - dissociation, rather than disassociation
Complete thread -- some s/l extramazation of blood on the ulnar side of the nail. No laceration to be su
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Soft, nontender, "cat prick" no hematoma. EXTREMITIES....
Complete thread -- Yep, I didn't get that far because I was searching fusion like crazy...ugh! I need coffee!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!!!!!!! Lifesaver! :)
Complete thread -- Googling multiple sclerosis "* infusions" suggests Tysarbri
Complete thread -- Okay, it's actually infusions...does that help? ; p lol
Complete thread -- Tysabri infusions?
Complete thread -- I type for ortho - it's SLAC. I know my docs make up things as they go... lol
Complete thread -- Neurology - multiple sclerosis - not a good s/l...need WAGS! :)
Complete thread -- Radiation therapy report - sm
Complete thread -- *slack* wrist deformity
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes. Googled heart ectopy.
Complete thread -- On heart exam there is no tachycardia, no s/l ectopy. Does this fit?
Complete thread -- lambda?
Complete thread -- Good grief - goofed on that one - text is toward bottom. Sorry!
Complete thread -- Sorry - See inside
Complete thread -- Can you give us more context, please? Pt being seen for, etc.
Complete thread -- No, I don't think it's right. I googled, using quotes, and only yielded 1 result.
Complete thread -- s/l "sits" muscle strength testing is 5/5.
Complete thread -- Sounds like 6-French Evolution?
Complete thread -- milk thistle
Complete thread -- delineation of the fracture site
Complete thread -- beta?
Complete thread -- med s/l nibebissel
Complete thread -- s/l dealino
Complete thread -- Hispanic ESL doc. Patient has ascites and malnutrition, among
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I only got 69 with quotes. I must have done something different.
Complete thread -- thanks -- as for the last sent. I was stating that..
Complete thread -- I'm confused about the last sentence? But, "me" is correct, yes.
Complete thread -- I had Advanced searchAbout 1,810 results (0.21 seconds)
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I googled it with quotes and didn't get very many hits.
Complete thread -- sicca
Complete thread -- proper use ? sm
Complete thread -- Homocysteine and alpha ___ levels were normal. see msg
Complete thread -- Pt is 46 with a high erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein.
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22fatty+replacement+of+the+liver%22&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&o
Complete thread -- ah ha, thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Google fatty replacement of liver
Complete thread -- Significant fatty *replacement* of liver.
Complete thread -- s/l propo iodide, is he abbreviating propidium iodide
Complete thread -- think about arteries fem (femoral) aorto- artery -bi- (as in bilateral) iliac.
Complete thread -- TLIF transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, but I've saved it and thank you SOOOOOOOO much!
Complete thread -- 67-year-old female
Complete thread -- bilateral lateral fusion and *two lift* fusions at L4-5 and L5-S1.
Complete thread -- maybe this was it?
Complete thread -- bilateral lateral fusion and *two lift* fusions at L4-5 and L5-S1.
Complete thread -- I used to have the best site where you could put in any 3 consecutive letters and it would
Complete thread -- s/l "no greater than anticipated degree of back pain"
Complete thread -- ambulating well with good relief of his leg pain, ______ degree of back pa
Complete thread -- Not only a drug book, but more so a Google search?
Complete thread -- Clonazepam?
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- for such, drug book would help like Saunders Pharmaceutical Word Book
Complete thread -- diagnosis might help
Complete thread -- try lorazepam if the docu for chlorazepam is not sufficiently satisfying...
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- which might be clearer. sorry. trying to fit all into a small area!
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- It's rosey (rose) and some dictionaries show ring-around-the-rosey which be clearer.
Complete thread -- could it be "impede" instead of include ?
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- how would you type this? Cap the ring around the rosy or not?
Complete thread -- *The blood pressure cuff is up to include the arterial pumping.*
Complete thread -- Ritalin for attention deficit disorder, Trileptal, *umbaygo*, and Flonase whic
Complete thread -- mid is a word by itself so either way is most likely OK IMO
Complete thread -- how do you guys prefer to type it... mid thoracic spine or mid-thoracic spine?
Complete thread -- would make it membranes as two ears ya' know
Complete thread -- thank you, I finally found something on that link: PanIN-1 lesion and PanIN-2 lesion!
Complete thread -- I relistened once again - now I hear breast pain or discharge. thanx for help!
Complete thread -- No breast tenderness, no nipple discharge?
Complete thread -- young adult female, gyn testing, elevated prolactin levels, no breast ? discharge
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- Look at the very bottom
Complete thread -- can you give a s/l or post an mp3...
Complete thread -- Ears, tympanic membrane – no erythema JMO.
Complete thread -- exam
Complete thread -- wav: type of pancreatic lesion
Complete thread -- No idea w/o s/l or some clue - but usually something like no nipple discharge
Complete thread -- pl see link
Complete thread -- breast ?s/l tender? discharge
Complete thread -- Lol. Down in the plan she said "anxiety" several times but not here. It sounds so clear:
Complete thread -- hmmm....I wouldn't mind having my OWN "psych dog" to tackle all my problems for me! :-)
Complete thread -- Now hearing "a psych dog." Lol. I know, that's really gonna help, huh?
Complete thread -- Well, it's 15 minutes long; maybe she'll repeat it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yeah, it is, and "sour blush" certainly makes no sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you for your input!! :-)
Complete thread -- mandi got it margaret, thanks for trying to give me an answer
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Honestly, I haven't; but "sour brash" is even more descriptive of the truth, isn't it?
Complete thread -- (I don't know what you might need....:-)
Complete thread -- I'm thinking you're right. Have you heard "sour brash" meaning "water brash"?
Complete thread -- She had financial difficulty and s/l "a sight dog" and NO patient isn't blind that I
Complete thread -- if Chinese, you may presume r=l in enunciation. (just my own idea/opinion, w/o substanti
Complete thread -- "to exclude early pneumonic infiltrate."
Complete thread -- "to exclude early pneumonic infiltrate."
Complete thread -- Denied s/l "sour blush." I thought maybe "brash" (like water brash) but hear L sound
Complete thread -- yes, airway
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: Impression and findings of pulmonary vascular congestion ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oh, poor baby! I wish you luck!! :-)
Complete thread -- (I haven't yet solved my audio card problem; I can't hear wav's) Can you supply s/l?
Complete thread -- Due to a number of factors, ........
Complete thread -- I'm about as random as they get. Usually work second, but have had back spasms
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- "the triquetrum"
Complete thread -- see you here right now! :-)
Complete thread -- (Hi, Ms Mandi! What are your hours? I'm surprised to
Complete thread -- I think you got it, Margaret. Airway would be my guess too.
Complete thread -- usually, in that setting, intubation is for "airway" protection, to make sure SM
Complete thread -- The patient currently nonverbal on arrival to the DEM and the patient ...
Complete thread -- (I believe it is possible doc SAID "horn," meaning exaggerated "corn."
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- "lunate, and his triquetrum all..." is my guess for your s/l.
Complete thread -- s/l estroquatrum, should be triquetrum-what do you think? wav sent
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- (go with this obviously correct answer!!! I defer....:-)
Complete thread -- hook of the hamit? (just a knee-jerk) I'll now research it. I believe "hook of the..."
Complete thread -- ...or hook of the hamate
Complete thread -- s/l hookidehamit????Wav sent.
Complete thread -- I can't remember the normal values for IgG in a child (because they vary dramatically by
Complete thread -- thank you-maybe less dense hair?
Complete thread -- I was wondering if he meant IgG but just says IG. Do you think it should be IgG?
Complete thread -- (I was just coming to say, probably RDW rather than RBW...)(hope my hint above works! :-)
Complete thread -- check out IgG. Occ docs abbreviate immunoglobulin as "I" rather than "Ig"
Complete thread -- Sorry is RDW(red cell distribution width) Still need verification of IG
Complete thread -- Review of labs reveal WBC within normal limits. IGF-1 is 42 which is decreased but
Complete thread -- or maybe even "she has less thin hair"??
Complete thread -- (good idea, hclokc! :-)
Complete thread -- bitemporally is fine... maybe "has less thinning hair" (it is starting to get thicker?)
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- (no knowledge, but rule out "Cholestin." does it come in mg doses??
Complete thread -- (I'd let him have it. They say it a lot.) But, "she has less than hair"??makes no sense
Complete thread -- derm
Complete thread -- Patient is postop cardiac catheterization with two stents placed to he ...
Complete thread -- amp and gent = ampicillin and gentamicin.
Complete thread -- I'd look at that again if I were you.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- a common word there, other than "view," might be "projection" or "exposure."
Complete thread -- remnants (in the future, please supply the s/l. "S/L" means "sounds like."
Complete thread -- Think I got it, T3 N1 M1B.
Complete thread -- Anyone up this late? Lung cancer stages II 3N to M 1B /sm
Complete thread -- histamines.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear.
Complete thread -- is very low
Complete thread -- is this what dictator is saying? wav sent
Complete thread -- maybe traversing, but not much context
Complete thread -- s/l tubersing L5 nerve root
Complete thread -- Thanks you Lo and Billybob
Complete thread -- and in between...
Complete thread -- we will send the patient with 1 dose of vancomycin......in between we are going to ask for
Complete thread -- It is there now
Complete thread -- can you repost wav now
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- first blank "with good tolerance of medicine so far"
Complete thread -- with good ??? to medicine so far
Complete thread -- 1. tolerance of medicines so far.
Complete thread -- continue Topamax and p.r.n. Maxalt
Complete thread -- Hello there was a WAV file posted already!!! You posted over it.
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 1. Pneumonia. We are going to admit the patient to a medical/surgical floor for sm
Complete thread -- There remains several partial * of prior densities at the upper outer quadrant
Complete thread -- I don't think anyone can help if you don't help us with a sound-like or
Complete thread -- I hear single.
Complete thread -- thank you very much..
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- will listen for that
Complete thread -- radiology
Complete thread -- not your exact s/l but Hancock?
Complete thread -- It could be either. I wouldn't guess. How did they repair it? Might be a clue there.
Complete thread -- recurrent
Complete thread -- looking for a name of a valve s/l Medtronic "ankoff or ankov" valve
Complete thread -- concurrent?
Complete thread -- constant nausea?
Complete thread -- LOL! :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No, it's weird...it almost sound like hot and nausea or cotton nausea...I will flag!! sm
Complete thread -- Let me relisten - could be...she has a very slight accent and a speed talker :)
Complete thread -- could it be continued nausea?
Complete thread -- phlebotomist
Complete thread -- lol. btdt. you're welcome!
Complete thread -- GI - s/l cotton nausea? I am new to GI...help! ; p
Complete thread -- pt works as s/l flabotamas
Complete thread -- anisocoric?
Complete thread -- any chance is is some form of the word --- encephalitis
Complete thread -- give a running start
Complete thread -- S/L ionosetic in association with focal neurologic symptomatology sug ...
Complete thread -- I can't tell you how long I have been searching for that!!! Thank you, thank you!!!!!! : )
Complete thread -- oops. Lomotil. not generic.
Complete thread -- lomotil
Complete thread -- Cannot find this drug! Irritable bowel syndrome - did phonetic search, etc. etc.
Complete thread -- I would replace the semicolons with commas in both places, then it's perfect!
Complete thread -- just one. Lantus is a brand name of insulin.
Complete thread -- Is Lantus insulin 2 seperate drugs or just 1 drug?
Complete thread -- pls help with punctuation here
Complete thread -- ok thanks.
Complete thread -- BACTROBAN NASAL®. MUPIROCIN CALCIUM OINTMENT 2%. 1 x 1.0 gram Single-Use Tube.
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- sheeeeshhhhhhhhhhh
Complete thread -- ? Naprosyn, which is brand name of naproxen. Just guessing since
Complete thread -- Yes that's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- must we always be so
Complete thread -- foul-smelling urine
Complete thread -- not sure if im hearing "pus"
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- or phenophexadine
Complete thread -- maybe fenophexadine
Complete thread -- She's confused and thinking of Fen-phen (fenfluramine and phentermine)
Complete thread -- I agree with you. 6 of 9 and 6 of 7
Complete thread -- here let me google that for you.......see link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- are you suggesting phenofexadine?
Complete thread -- Except in the case of fexofenadine, there is no phen - so much for medicalese win.
Complete thread -- vanderbilt scale ?
Complete thread -- fen- usually equates to phen- in medicalese
Complete thread -- #2 his eye externally looked fine ?
Complete thread -- Fexofenadine (Allegra, Telfast, Fastofen, Tilfur) is an antihistamine drug used in the tre
Complete thread -- RXList is above.
Complete thread -- Naproxen?
Complete thread -- to find out which is correct, look it up in a reputable resource - there are some above -
Complete thread -- to find out which is correct, look it up in a reputable resource - there are some above -
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- There is a medication called nafcillin, but because there
Complete thread -- General medical exam... not sure the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- It does sound kind of like that, but I wasn't sure. Thanks for the input! nm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- This a rheumatology clinic report on a patient who has back pain.
Complete thread -- wav posted. General ??? exam is completely unremarkable. Specifically his ??? looks
Complete thread -- medication list // naprocillin
Complete thread -- Probably metastatic?
Complete thread -- Given her advanced age and other illnesses, we are following her in a fairly
Complete thread -- Yeah, wholly. I guess when they're THIS ESL, I don't expect them to pronounce
Complete thread -- Guess I'll go with it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- wholy? or maybe fully? meaning completely
Complete thread -- Hmm, I wonder if she means "throughout the night wholly (completely), and sometimes in
Complete thread -- night wholly and sometimes, in between, he wears his
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "Holy," and sometimes in between, he wears his oxygen.
Complete thread -- bloating
Complete thread -- pt has food intolerance and s/l blooty.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks all, I really did check Google - sorry and thanks again
Complete thread -- To find out the plural form (not pleural), simply ask Google what is plural of foramen.
Complete thread -- By the way, common MT mistake, it is plural
Complete thread -- eww... excuse those typos please. time for a break :-)
Complete thread -- see link Warthin-Starry
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- agree --sm fir unfo found on H. pylori stain search
Complete thread -- That's it! Many thanks!
Complete thread -- ck Warthin-Starry
Complete thread -- Ogilvie maybe
Complete thread -- "She may have a redunant sigmoid colon, though I cannot rule out "olgeby" syndrome.
Complete thread -- s/l "waffin steri stain" pls sm for context
Complete thread -- x-rays of the back that shows (not shows, but show) X-rays show.
Complete thread -- look up foramen on onelook. multiple dictionaries there. M-W sm
Complete thread -- foramina
Complete thread -- x-rays show
Complete thread -- how do I make it pleural then. I can't find it.
Complete thread -- It's "an MRI" not "a MRI."
Complete thread -- Foramens is not the plural of foramen, so not sure if it works or not.
Complete thread -- yes...
Complete thread -- Are you asking if that word is possible in that context?
Complete thread -- foramens?
Complete thread -- Thanks ! :)
Complete thread -- ventilation and perfusion (V/Q) lung scan
Complete thread -- VQ scan or V/Q scan? And when this is in the diagnosis, do you expand it? Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- Listen for "stridor."
Complete thread -- severe asthma and vocal cord dysfunction. Her O2 SATs apparently were ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- If I can get Internet Explorer fixed, I will relisten. Definitely questioning it. Thanks
Complete thread -- 20-30 mmHg
Complete thread -- Just the same as blood pressure mmHg.
Complete thread -- how do i write this? Wrote order for calf-high 20-30 mm mercury compression hose
Complete thread -- and I would definitely ask QA where they documented that
Complete thread -- guess only:?saying Pritchard's bone elevator (can't prove it)
Complete thread -- Oh, there is a Pritchard elevator, I wonder what the stone is about. sm
Complete thread -- "chuckle" good for you!! They are just jealous. Ignore but speak up
Complete thread -- thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- Of course! Thank you hootie! nm
Complete thread -- Pritchard?
Complete thread -- Know how to tell? All though the report is about heart. BNP (lab) sm
Complete thread -- Brow lift procedure, s/l pitcher stone elevators. sm
Complete thread -- WAG--cervical prolapse?
Complete thread -- Definitely BNP
Complete thread -- bmp or bnp
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- What's a CNS?
Complete thread -- C&S (culture and sensitivity)
Complete thread -- fluctuant material sent for Gram stain/CNS. Do I have Gram stain/CNS typed correctly?
Complete thread -- There is no message there.
Complete thread -- venous stasis per Stedman's.
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Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- WinRho, Rh immune globulin, as an inpatient
Complete thread -- I would be apprehensive to expand since there are numerous things LMD could be.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I didn't look far enough down - lumbar microdiskectomies.
Complete thread -- Also, google LMD of spine and check out 1st hit.
Complete thread -- Believe me, I have. Not finding anything definitive when I search wand and throw
Complete thread -- That should be LMD of lower spine (google that)
Complete thread -- Google LMD of spine and check out about 7 hits down and see if that fits
Complete thread -- Past history significant for "LMD" of the lower spine last year.
Complete thread -- I guess that's something you will have to research.
Complete thread -- He did not respond to steroids. His renal function was quite compromised; therefore,
Complete thread -- (Just want to make sure a wand is used for this.)
Complete thread -- There are several listings for wand in Sted's Ortho, so perhaps it is just wand.
Complete thread -- perhaps a wand?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I've relistened, but I'll have to flag as it's just not clear.
Complete thread -- Rotator cuff. (Last one, I hope!) We used a *wanda* to remove remaining
Complete thread -- venostasis?
Complete thread -- saying "four five" meaning 4.5 mm?
Complete thread -- Who is Dana?
Complete thread -- A disposable cannula was placed and then with a *for-fox* shaver debrided...
Complete thread -- Thank you SO much! Going to check this out now. : )
Complete thread -- Yes, I am with you. That "statement" was not a question; it was an implication, implying
Complete thread -- mucositis maybe
Complete thread -- finding a Super Revo and a Mini Revo sm link
Complete thread -- Conmed Linvatec ? looking for the anchor
Complete thread -- We proceeded to use a *super wee-brill* anchor from *Limitec* and placed it
Complete thread -- yes, thx.
Complete thread -- He says s/l mucostasis in the PMH. Has anyone heard of this as a dx? Cannot document
Complete thread -- Levemir?
Complete thread -- Restart "elevenair" 35 units at h.s. and 5 units of NovoLog t.i.d. with meals.
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- awww, so innocent.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for your help and explanation! And if poster who suggested
Complete thread -- she said it a long time ago. I just couldn't remember.
Complete thread -- nice
Complete thread -- perivesicular is a word but I think perivesical is the correct term in context sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Absolutely. They are using it to secure his head to the head rest.
Complete thread -- X-ray spine showed DJD of C5-C6 and C6-C7 with "surgical uh props en care to" C5 and
Complete thread -- Hmm, not sure. Would Coban dressing be used in this context? Anyone?
Complete thread -- I imagine it was! What a great thing to do.
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- Got it, Zosyn.
Complete thread -- Coban?
Complete thread -- Rotator cuff surgery. Head fixed & secured with head rest and *clo-ban.* Please
Complete thread -- I sure did. Thanks for asking. That was a very exciting day.
Complete thread -- did you say you'd gotten your cmt?
Complete thread -- Russian ESL, dictates med s/l "Versen" 3.375 g IV q.12 h. (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I just had a note in 1 of my many notes.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- agree, dermatome or dermatomal
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows perivesicular. Don't know who they were that said it wasnot a real
Complete thread -- makes more sense than what I have
Complete thread -- perivesicular? It seems somewhere I remember that is not a real word but they want
Complete thread -- please see sentence. thank you.
Complete thread -- Agree. You rarely get in trouble for typing WHAT they say.
Complete thread -- It is type all idiots verbatim day.
Complete thread -- might have meant that he felt he had seen the end, the last of that particular problem
Complete thread -- palpably nontender would be the same as nontender to palpation and what I meant
Complete thread -- That could then be read as what? He is could be questioning the word elevated
Complete thread -- They don't have a clue if they dictated that. LOL
Complete thread -- She states later on "Again, he has no palpable tenderness." I will use nonpalpably
Complete thread -- thank Questyr..that was it
Complete thread -- probably means was at the end
Complete thread -- but he has not seen in the last 2 years, as he "thought he saw the end"
Complete thread -- could mean palpably nontender, but could mean tender, but didn't palpate (nonpalpably)
Complete thread -- There is no telling what she "means," but I know what she says. She doesn't make sense 1/
Complete thread -- is that correctly said... "19 and 28 lens" ??? Thanks.
Complete thread -- dilated funduscopic examination using a s/l 19-and-28 lens revealed normal appearing
Complete thread -- No, she clearly says nonpalpably. :) Thanks for opinions.
Complete thread -- Can you switch it around "elevated ?ferritin"
Complete thread -- Are you sure you can't make yourself hear "not" instead of "non?"
Complete thread -- ugh. that would mean he is tender, but not palpably so. Reckon he means he is
Complete thread -- "He is nonpalpably tender." Would you all use nonpalpably?
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think that looks best and shows his questioning of it. : )
Complete thread -- could use () ferritin (?).
Complete thread -- Doc tells me to put question mark at end of this, but it makes it look like
Complete thread -- thank you..I'll check that out.
Complete thread -- The reticulocyte hemoglobin concentration is *three thirty-five point five* percent,
Complete thread -- Don't forget G's can have a hard J sound as well.
Complete thread -- my other guess (at the end there) serosal?
Complete thread -- Did not sound enough like visceral or some visceral, so ended up flagging. :(
Complete thread -- Thank you! I'm new to GYN and she mumbles badly.
Complete thread -- my bad, sigh, incisional
Complete thread -- LOOKS like..it is a written word.
Complete thread -- might be porcine xenograft
Complete thread -- listen for Apgars of 9 at one minute and 9 at five minutes
Complete thread -- Thanks, put lysis of adhesions as a separate item.
Complete thread -- It was just another listed item.
Complete thread -- infant weighing 8 pounds 4.894 ounces with s/l upguards of 9 s/l on it and 9 at 5 min
Complete thread -- think you mean visceral...wonder if he might be
Complete thread -- viceral? I don't see your s/l in the text you provided. Can you give the real sentence
Complete thread -- Looks like or sounds like? I'm a little lost here.
Complete thread -- s/l sir-ee-sir-al lacerations and extensive lysis of adhesions.
Complete thread -- incisional hernia? inguinal hernia?
Complete thread -- operation - looks like "PorciseXerography" mesh repair of incional hernia
Complete thread -- Whatever.
Complete thread -- YW.
Complete thread -- So that's what that was. Her "twang" threw me off. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Mallampati classification of airway
Complete thread -- stertorous breathing kind of like snoring. sm
Complete thread -- anyone hear of "stercorous breath sounds or wheezing" on exam?
Complete thread -- oropharyngeal crowding *milo-pathy* grade 3
Complete thread -- you're very welcome
Complete thread -- Thank you for the help and the link!
Complete thread -- That is what I went with. Yes.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- seems possible...see link...apparently they can use it to test for
Complete thread -- Her subspecialy is gastrointestinal tumor and he is esophageal cancer, so that has to be.
Complete thread -- s/l Methergine but doesn't seem to fit as this is a male-- sm
Complete thread -- That makes sense. Remember the Ben Affleck movie Gigli was pronounce jee-lee?
Complete thread -- That could be it. I don't know how I missed it, well, sort of focused on j's.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't see any other doctor there that might even be close to s/l Julia
Complete thread -- Dr. J. Giglia is in the list?
Complete thread -- Is that the last name?
Complete thread -- What state?
Complete thread -- jic, maybe synechium is what he saying but it really would be synechia (a fibrous-like
Complete thread -- Doctors name, oncology at Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, sounds like Dr. Julia. Anyone
Complete thread -- Gosh, I'd just recast it if possible. For sure, no apostrophe after MD because
Complete thread -- I found it... "Culotte" thanks anyway
Complete thread -- oh! That's new to me..all I could think of was Nissen.
Complete thread -- Just can't get it. Will flag. Thanks again to all for trying.
Complete thread -- can we have the exact sentences plz
Complete thread -- They are not enlarged, but regular/normal. Of course that makes sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all....going back for a second listen now and will report back if any
Complete thread -- True. But if that is what I hear and that is not what pt described, then
Complete thread -- Apostrophe question.
Complete thread -- WAG ??pigeon gait??
Complete thread -- Thank you. I finally did find it, too.
Complete thread -- Anyone who does cardiac catheterizations... see inside
Complete thread -- try documenting it in cc (which is the same thing, but in your report, type mL)
Complete thread -- Something "without a cane?" "fine without a cane?"
Complete thread -- If that is how the patient describes it, that is how the patient describes it.
Complete thread -- I've tried to document this but must be looking the wrong way. Please help if you can
Complete thread -- I finally found it. Toupet. thx anyway
Complete thread -- something without the cane?
Complete thread -- WAG: right-handed wide-based gait??
Complete thread -- Thnx. Tried hearing. Will try again.
Complete thread -- S/L 2 k fundoplication?
Complete thread -- Neuro exam for pt with history of seizures. Please SM
Complete thread -- none taken
Complete thread -- I hear cervical too, pronounced "sir VY cull"
Complete thread -- ectopic ??
Complete thread -- He has a murmur at the base consistent with aortic stenosis. They are not *topic*
Complete thread -- We'll have to agree to disagree. Sorry I couldn't convince you! (no disrespect intended)
Complete thread -- cervical may be usually heard, but I am definitely not hearing cervical
Complete thread -- Pt with history of seizures. Has a feeling described as *cotton in chest* that....
Complete thread -- what are "regular nodes?" That really doesn't make any sense.
Complete thread -- respectfully disagree, I clearly hear cervical, "regular" is not usually heard
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ya, I think so too
Complete thread -- bony island (separate/isolated structure) ?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- sleepy smile :) yw
Complete thread -- finding DeNovo NT natural tissue graft by Zimmer sm link
Complete thread -- no enlarged, just regular nodes?
Complete thread -- yes, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- no enlarged (uh) cervical nodes
Complete thread -- not too tired!!! thank you very much
Complete thread -- wav posted. There are no enlarged ?????? nodes but her thyroid gland was.. prominent
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- regurgitation?
Complete thread -- I would use the comma
Complete thread -- ?Desitin
Complete thread -- s/l "regule G-K-G pay-shun" pls sm for context
Complete thread -- can't figure it out, will blank it.
Complete thread -- Procedure for knee s/l Gi-no-vo NP versus osteochondral allograft
Complete thread -- tocopherol (vitamin E)? comes in 400 I.U.
Complete thread -- s/l "senichium or finitium" distally of the distal phalanx.
Complete thread -- s/l nesethin ointment
Complete thread -- Fosrenol®
Complete thread -- she states that she was walking ___ _a couple + wav
Complete thread -- fosrenal? SM and scroll down
Complete thread -- s/o toe-ko-fer-ol ?
Complete thread -- He has sporadic, irritated, roughened, sometimes reddened plaques on his hands.
Complete thread -- Renal failure, switched to "fosfinol" to sevelamer.
Complete thread -- everything else
Complete thread -- Ahhhhhh. That does make sense. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I finally figured out how to pull up an old report.
Complete thread -- Everything I find shows renin but my spellcheck wants rennin. Which is correct?
Complete thread -- Diabetes = high blood pressure, medication to make it LOWER (hypo)
Complete thread -- She said "many of our docs are female," wonder who "our" are - maybe she is not in US?
Complete thread -- Patient with gout.
Complete thread -- try here SM
Complete thread -- counts on the *crower* gamma probe...
Complete thread -- ESL. CABG procedure. Please sm.
Complete thread -- That is it. He says it down a little further in the report and I hear it more clearly.
Complete thread -- bunion
Complete thread -- bony ion?
Complete thread -- pertinent?
Complete thread -- I hear "carotids without bruits" at the end
Complete thread -- Manuscript help........ sm
Complete thread -- Benign fundi. No eye signs _____ .
Complete thread -- vascular pedicles?
Complete thread -- Aloe and s/l "Dermatophor" ointment for foot lesion
Complete thread -- or neurologic symptomatology.
Complete thread -- 30 years and you thought we could figure out a drug with no other info?
Complete thread -- Two s/l ... a-vas-er and vaser
Complete thread -- No kidding. Like we are selling jewelry or having kitchen parties.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- inion (in´e-on) the external occipital protuberance. adj., in´ial., adj.
Complete thread -- inion.
Complete thread -- I can't believe you posted that...do you think all who post here work at home?
Complete thread -- On exam of her C-spine and occiput, she does have some point tenderness at the site o
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Inferiorly the dissection was carried out exposing the ureter as well ...
Complete thread -- or other neurological symptomatology?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l "other near o like us" symptomatology
Complete thread -- right anterior leg. *Otis appointment* was applied to the ulcer site.
Complete thread -- listen for cocklebur.
Complete thread -- Maybe "total errors?"
Complete thread -- monofilament
Complete thread -- Can you hear "raw score" at all? maybe "GF raw score?"
Complete thread -- monofiber filament or vibratory sensation. Cannot document monofiber??
Complete thread -- I could not demonstrate any disturbance in sensation to light touch with s/l
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Well, you're not going to get it NOW.
Complete thread -- s/l sita may be Zetia (high cholesterol) sm
Complete thread -- ceta???
Complete thread -- sita and Lopram are citalopram.
Complete thread -- There's a transobturator and retropelvic sling....?
Complete thread -- Nail excision: injected in a "3 and 3" approach.
Complete thread -- phlebolith?
Complete thread -- demonstrates borderline obstruction or *trend cords* obstruction
Complete thread -- This suggestion makes sense.
Complete thread -- s/l.... fla-bo-less .... sm
Complete thread -- Placement of transobturator ____ sling with cystoscopy.
Complete thread -- That is it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- I understand you are trying to be helpful, but I did not ask about punctuation. I need
Complete thread -- listen for proarrhythmia.
Complete thread -- ?maybe "than" is "when"
Complete thread -- omphalocele?
Complete thread -- okay, just sounded confusing.
Complete thread -- I would not drop she takes it out. If you had to do something,
Complete thread -- med s/l Aleve, simvastatin, *sita*, Lopram, Aleve, iron, trazodone
Complete thread -- Pregnant patient having ultrasound.
Complete thread -- If it ain't broken, don't fix it.
Complete thread -- Questioning plural vs pleural?
Complete thread -- would you edit this sentence? too wordy to me
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks. It is definitely CT AC or CT IC or something.
Complete thread -- the AC part is probably air cells. link
Complete thread -- I don't know your s/l, but I would add a comma after test, indicating....
Complete thread -- (speech therapy) used a Goldman-Fristoe test of articulation and did not make any er
Complete thread -- Can you please provide the exact sentence/surrounding text?
Complete thread -- Not sure what your other c is, but CTA axial?
Complete thread -- s/l C T A C axial without contrast
Complete thread -- Estech
Complete thread -- s/l "tyloid" kidney - it's after a transplant
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- sorry ...using s/l eztek or S-tek or Aztec thoracic retractor. Cannot find this anywhere.
Complete thread -- yes, 1. Sleep disorder NOS. 2. Depression
Complete thread -- Procedure is a mini thoracotomy - unable to do thorascopically. using an ?? eztek -
Complete thread -- NOS?
Complete thread -- Of course there are male MTs out here. There are men who are nurses and women who are
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'd leave as dictated. It is often dictated as a single number and understood
Complete thread -- Pulmonary nodules - s/l "E-VIST"
Complete thread -- I'm going to go with it as dictated. Checked the BOS and while
Complete thread -- I agree with weaned - and it would be followup, no hyphen.
Complete thread -- His hospital course was he had multiple respiratory issues over the 65-day hospitaliz
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you Paula. I think you are correct. Thanks for the link. jgb
Complete thread -- Symptoms improved with thickening feeds and nasal cannula oxygen was s/l wheezed
Complete thread -- piecemeal?..see msg
Complete thread -- examination was done by using a *hasson and a pneumovator* midway between the
Complete thread -- s/l piece maul. sm jgb
Complete thread -- lab values - specifically, the white count
Complete thread -- nezared = never used? never used birth control
Complete thread -- Where I work it would be 6th. YMMV
Complete thread -- ?Inversine
Complete thread -- appendiceal tip was also *long eye* in the pelvis
Complete thread -- She is a 6th grade teacher. or sixth ?
Complete thread -- He takes *avedine* for hypertension.
Complete thread -- med s/l nezared (birth control)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Well, since you want to disrespect BB, perhaps he will ban you from this board. I would.
Complete thread -- I got it. It is pole area of the kidney. Thanks anyway. jgb
Complete thread -- s/l polary kidney. sm
Complete thread -- found it. Singultus :)
Complete thread -- It's "He was scrubbed in the lab at the time that I called."
Complete thread -- patient with nausea, vomiting and distention (SM)
Complete thread -- NM - it is segment
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no interbody fusion in the *vegment* and possibility
Complete thread -- packets for #1, to for #2, left to gravity drainage, JP was left to for #3
Complete thread -- last mp3 pls
Complete thread -- sorry pressed enter too fast. I don't get what you're trying to say?!!
Complete thread -- I don
Complete thread -- I don
Complete thread -- might put parens around (which he describes in the labs)
Complete thread -- which he describes in the labs--take out period after back
Complete thread -- with my cell phone -- try it again
Complete thread -- resending wav that I sent a few hours ago with no reply!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- labelled foreskin.
Complete thread -- once doing blunt dissection above and below the fascia, sm
Complete thread -- mp3 pls
Complete thread -- sure it isn't intramuscular septum? will listen again
Complete thread -- pls i need help with
Complete thread -- pls sm, equipment (could be a brand name)
Complete thread -- wow, kept thinking a specific kind of test. thank you so much!
Complete thread -- got it, might be convexity. thanks
Complete thread -- follow up after those tests are completed
Complete thread -- tx for trying
Complete thread -- sm pls, kind of test
Complete thread -- for archives.. there is a corneal reflex
Complete thread -- this feels mostly * connective*?
Complete thread -- Do any of you use wireless headphones you can recommend? I often work while nursing
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- sent wav. • I left a message with Dr...(cardiologist) with my cell number for him to
Complete thread -- Not at all! Many of our docs are female. Buet MT seems like such a perfect job for WAHMs.
Complete thread -- never mind. sent in a blank.
Complete thread -- MP3 loaded.
Complete thread -- corneals? please sm
Complete thread -- here! here!!
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Thanks to Billybob, have been learning a lot from your answers.
Complete thread -- Currently her daughter is desiring dialysis and there is no living will on the chart.
Complete thread -- billy bob
Complete thread -- oh! doh! thanks.
Complete thread -- D.H.E. maybe?
Complete thread -- on allergy list: EHE. ??
Complete thread -- What kills me is that she claims that she's done this job for 30 years, yet she gets her
Complete thread -- His name is on the welcome page, Will Sandberg ... If I remember correctly, I think
Complete thread -- And, I'll bet when you hear the word, doctor, you automatically think male?
Complete thread -- superficial vein thrombosis
Complete thread -- Oh dear! LOL. Sorry, that cracked me up. Yes, there are male MTs
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like BB didn't kiss your ass and now you're pissed
Complete thread -- I have to agree--I've been gaining a lot from it. But is billy bob really a he?
Complete thread -- And you, nm, are nothing but a coward who won't use a distinctive moniker.
Complete thread -- well, see, I have a problem assuming that every nm is the same nm. Anybody can use that
Complete thread -- I would venture to say that as far as respect goes, your past few posts probably
Complete thread -- I'm sorry (person who answered below) - that is what I automatically read it as when I
Complete thread -- You're just making it too easy. There is no basis at all for calling anyone here that.
Complete thread -- But you see, you knew all that, we didn't. Like the rules say, let us know.
Complete thread -- WOW. I hope this was just because you've had a bad day.
Complete thread -- I agree - he is, and that is one of the things I most love about him.
Complete thread -- she said she was done with this board in the post below. I suggest we be quiet
Complete thread -- Hmmm. Funny, that.
Complete thread -- A lot.
Complete thread -- I'm done with this board. I don't have much respect for BB as it is.
Complete thread -- really??? what do you base that slur on?
Complete thread -- isn't it funny how we all react differently. I came to this board because I found other
Complete thread -- And Billy Bob, you are nothing but a smart ass!
Complete thread -- to lessen the abusive replies, finish the report, post info re: dx, other meds, etc, THEN
Complete thread -- WTH? I asked for a drug, was trying to get through the report
Complete thread -- well, that was what I was thinking. He said meniscal, but he probably meant meniscus,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- when the meniscus was loaded?
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- four
Complete thread -- does this sentence make sense:
Complete thread -- me three
Complete thread -- I agree - but got an SVT as in supraventricular tachycaridia?
Complete thread -- Patient is anemic but I clearly here a "g" after "trans". Thanks!
Complete thread -- Agree with transferrin sat.
Complete thread -- Maybe transferrin sat(uration)? Does patient have anemia?
Complete thread -- Lab results: s/l transgarin sat 14%. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Sanctura XR for overactive bladder.
Complete thread -- Based on meds, patient has asthma and dermatitis among other things.
Complete thread -- I really have nothing. CC: Here for f/u. Long list of meds. PMH: See 2/2/10. HPI: No new
Complete thread -- are there diagnoses/symptoms, what the patient is being sent for past medical history
Complete thread -- medication s/l cytura XR. He doesn't say what it's for.
Complete thread -- First one makes more sense to me
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- Doc does not give a dosage and it's part of a long list of meds
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks
Complete thread -- Really just a guess - benazepril
Complete thread -- you seriously expect me to believe a doctor pick up the mic and start sm
Complete thread -- s/l bidazaprose
Complete thread -- Then she would know it and impart that tidbit. And we'd simply say okay. But this
Complete thread -- Maybe it's an addendum or something
Complete thread -- Where do you work that a doctor simply dictates only one thing and that's it?
Complete thread -- I just saw this, but I agree with the person you answered. Usually there is a reason the
Complete thread -- Please read rules for posting. If we knew what the diagnoses were for, we might
Complete thread -- What are the other meds?
Complete thread -- Seriously? How long have you been an MT?
Complete thread -- I've done wildcard and phonetic searches on drugs.com and googled and
Complete thread -- docs don't just start dictating a list of meds out of nowhere..what is wrong with tp?
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- me too :-)))
Complete thread -- Doc does not give a dosage and it's part of a long list of meds
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- There is something called ABCD rule of nevus. See inside.
Complete thread -- Any diagnoses/dosages. Do you know what med is for?
Complete thread -- Patient obese, diabetic, smoker and wonders why her wound isn't
Complete thread -- I cannot document but doc spells med "Alteric", pronounced as
Complete thread -- Just listened again and he's definitely saying "violating D rule". Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- don't have any clue what violating D rule would be. violaceous (violet) in color??
Complete thread -- Are you sure about "violating D rule"? I've never heard that. violaceous ____ would go
Complete thread -- In PMH, he says "Congenital nevus, violating D rule". Is this 1 condition or 2?
Complete thread -- Hey socially deficient, lonely, hate-filled, jobless MT, just leave, for good
Complete thread -- sensory/motor deficit or sensorimotor deficit. 2 links
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- since it is a CT..could it be seen on axial???
Complete thread -- Esgic
Complete thread -- medication s/l edjec, for headache
Complete thread -- You might can get arrested for doing that in some places. :D
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- host cornea was s/l "sim bowge" in that area to fit this graft
Complete thread -- s/l an-ten-sees, for a phaco surgery. could it be incision and she is botching it?
Complete thread -- I know you sent it in, but I'm just playing with the tic sound. clonic, tonic, atonic.
Complete thread -- thanks! I was just coming back to say I found it.
Complete thread -- Fox-Fordyce
Complete thread -- tried to hear that, but ended up flagging it - thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l fox-for-dye spots
Complete thread -- with the tic on the end of that, are you sure it isn't epileptic?
Complete thread -- Actually, either way is correct according to Stedman's Ortho. It has sensorimotor or
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- jerky / jerking.
Complete thread -- I did ortho for over a decade and never used it combined, funny huh?
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- Depending on the context, yes. If they are doing a neuro exam, they are testing
Complete thread -- I have been transcribing ortho for many years, and if dictator does NOT state and, I am to
Complete thread -- left-sided instead of reth size ?
Complete thread -- I don't think that's what he is saying, but that is the best WAG I have ever seen
Complete thread -- ? although tic events
Complete thread -- even though Stedmans has sensorimotor?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- normocephalic is correct
Complete thread -- eeg, s/l falltic pls sm for context
Complete thread -- I would agree with sensory and motor deficits, those are 2 separate entities tested separa
Complete thread -- a few hundred milliliters.
Complete thread -- Just like you have it is good!
Complete thread -- How would you transcribe "a few hundred milliliters?"
Complete thread -- another is....
Complete thread -- clarifying for myself
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't know, but it is on a CT slice, so that is simply a guess. sorry
Complete thread -- Would that make sense for measuring tracheal diameter?
Complete thread -- Forgive my above statement. I "now" understand OP's confusion--took me long enough, eh? l
Complete thread -- He doesn't buy or sell widgets. Before any panty bunching...sm
Complete thread -- Just a guess, but axillary measurement?
Complete thread -- Can we ignore the name-calling by you too?
Complete thread -- ? incidental
Complete thread -- Chill..
Complete thread -- Ignore the witches.
Complete thread -- s/l in-tall-itle
Complete thread -- could be measures, hard to hear. any idea on the other word?
Complete thread -- No, she does not SMOKE or DRINK alcohol. Clearly not saying smoke alcohol.
Complete thread -- Yep, they do that all the time.
Complete thread -- it feels like she doesn't smoke alcohol and doesn't drink alcohol, but
Complete thread -- see if the second word is "measures."
Complete thread -- smallest tracheal diameter seen on the s/l "axilly majors" was about 6 mm
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- LOL@must have missed it.
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm sure you simply missed it.
Complete thread -- I am not sure why it sounds wrong to you. I hear it all the time, and it doesn't sound
Complete thread -- yes, that was my thought, but wondered if I was missing something thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l "reth"
Complete thread -- Mine say it all the time.
Complete thread -- Why does it sound wrong?
Complete thread -- stuttering over insula/insular again? Sural is in the calf not the brain...
Complete thread -- I did google it, I must have missed it. So sorry to have bothered you.
Complete thread -- Is it just me, or does "she doesn't smoke or drink alcohol" sound wrong? nm
Complete thread -- s/l in-suh-sural pls sm for context
Complete thread -- Now you know that would take too much of an effort.
Complete thread -- AmniSure
Complete thread -- part of our job is to correct grammar.
Complete thread -- IF you had googled just your s/l, it would have asked you if you mean, and led you right
Complete thread -- Pregnant patient having s/l amniosure test
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Complete thread -- Keeping cool??? LOLOL. That's hysterical.
Complete thread -- Too many poorly trained, non-critical thinking MTs without any mentor or peer suppport
Complete thread -- Why make a snide remark about "obese" people just do defend yourself, hootie?
Complete thread -- above post IS written by hootie.. lol
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that, thanks
Complete thread -- that is it...thanks guys
Complete thread -- No, actually it is posts like yours that cause problems on this board.
Complete thread -- calor.
Complete thread -- Like this one, huh?
Complete thread -- With no context, this is just a guess, but your s/l might be calor. Please verify!
Complete thread -- s/l mild callor or color?? I have had this before...i cant find it?
Complete thread -- WAG.. (stuttered on for) for hemophilia? Lovenox and protein C deficiency would fit that
Complete thread -- Yes, she's in the ED being evaluated for possible rupture of membranes
Complete thread -- What the ROM? Rupture of membranes?? is this a pregnant woman?
Complete thread -- --and I have seen some ignorance in here and sure don't like it....
Complete thread -- sure doesn't s/l it, but thanks
Complete thread -- I think that's it, thanks!
Complete thread -- big guess, thalassemia???
Complete thread -- odd wording, but IUFD?
Complete thread -- screened for s/l "for thim culia,"
Complete thread -- I actually will have to do a list for the report, was just giving it as
Complete thread -- That angers the trolls, Hootie, but good job~
Complete thread -- Too many lonely, socially deficient MTs is what's causing problems on this board.
Complete thread -- She is killing me. She just pronounced parietal as prI-A-Tel lobe
Complete thread -- don't you need some ;'s?
Complete thread -- A 20-week s/l "ISD" gestation
Complete thread -- oops, I never even noticed the decimal point was missing; I just "read" it right in!
Complete thread -- Now all you need is a some way to ward off the old witch moments.
Complete thread -- Great job of keeping cool and NOT feeding the troll, Hootie! I bet the creep doesn't even
Complete thread -- So, are you saying they don't have dictionaries in the UK or Canada?
Complete thread -- Don't believe that works. I am going to have to flag a few other spots
Complete thread -- and the next one might be "pitting acne"
Complete thread -- could that first one be "more physiologic"?
Complete thread -- ah, i see you did! my apologies!
Complete thread -- hemiplegia?
Complete thread -- yeah, i've left it as he dictated it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Good grief. Doing a list of diagnoses. She is running everything together. so
Complete thread -- ERCP?
Complete thread -- Yes, I put a sounds like after each question
Complete thread -- Where I work, they get it the way they dictate it, per acct specs?
Complete thread -- I usually edit to the one in the dictionary
Complete thread -- LOL. Some message boards for more social functions have all sort of
Complete thread -- i've seen some sarcasm in here and sure don't like it.
Complete thread -- humulin? lantus? mealtime? original? do you have any hint as to what ...
Complete thread -- interesting idea. maybe the word board needs some of this. see link
Complete thread -- is it acceptable to say "rhinoseptoplasty" insted of septorhinoplasty?
Complete thread -- Pt with alcoholic liver disease with s/l CRRP or CRP or CRT procedure.
Complete thread -- Russian endocrine doc. please help!
Complete thread -- there is something said after earliest.. BB see my last post below what you think
Complete thread -- Thank you! I think it may be sorbitan...but I wouldn't have even gott ...
Complete thread -- oops, I mean in toto
Complete thread -- pH of 749 is a possibility?? seriously? I would doubt it.
Complete thread -- TY. Yes, I'm googling "excise and toto" TY so much. Never heard that before.
Complete thread -- excise it in toto at (her) earliest convenience
Complete thread -- I hear "in toto at our earliest mutual convenience"
Complete thread -- Well, kaz, this is something the OP could have researched, just as you did. Lack of resea
Complete thread -- maybe to obviate this? will excise it in toto (Latin for "in total")
Complete thread -- docs often do not give "point" on pH values or specific gravity or on
Complete thread -- yes, those values are possible, but represent a transition, not a steady state; oddish.
Complete thread -- In the UK and often in Canada, "storey" is the accepted spelling when referring to
Complete thread -- wav posted. I will excise it and ????? convenience under a local anesthetic.
Complete thread -- pH is wrong, bad wrong. pH reference ranges 7.35–7.45
Complete thread -- Since you do not indicate they dictated a decimal/point, why is 3.11 even a consideration?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret!
Complete thread -- Webster's Dictionary link
Complete thread -- paralytic ileus (ie, functional not mechanical obstruction)
Complete thread -- ESL -- Abdominal distention w/ "peril-tick-eel-ee-us," has NG tube and he is on
Complete thread -- you need to check normal values for ABG (especially the pH)
Complete thread -- Duh moments, IMO, mean lazy moments.
Complete thread -- Strawberries, not strawberreys; companies, not companeys.
Complete thread -- When I have a duh moment, the first thing I do is grab a reference.
Complete thread -- Might mean indwelling subclavian or other IV site; freq nidus of infection.
Complete thread -- You would need to go to normal lab values (link above) to see if one makes more sense.
Complete thread -- We just now got that ability where I work and it is a lifesaver!
Complete thread -- my dictionary says storeys and stories are both acceptable, but
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- stories
Complete thread -- oh brother, simple question here... she climbed the remaining 6 storeys (spelling?)
Complete thread -- Sorbsan®
Complete thread -- topical cream for discoid lupus
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Yep, there the egg thrower goes again. Childish indeed.
Complete thread -- 7. A 2:1
Complete thread -- Your way seems fine. Or might add "There is a" to the beginning
Complete thread -- labs done on s/l portal?
Complete thread -- How to recast this to avoid starting with numbers? Please SM
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much you two! Appreciate it so much!
Complete thread -- they are the same thing, one is just brand name
Complete thread -- I agree with that
Complete thread -- yes they can use Xylocaine
Complete thread -- free peritoneal air which
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks so much. He is so clear.
Complete thread -- There YOU go again.
Complete thread -- do they use "viscous Xylocaine" in a GI cocktail as well as "viscous Lidocaine"?
Complete thread -- Don't start. Have no time for your childishness.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and SIRS? (systemic inflammatory response syndrome)
Complete thread -- Sorry, saw predominantly falciform ligament. Moot, since as I said I sent the blank in.
Complete thread -- WAG.. phallus (um) has excellent length?
Complete thread -- When I question what I hear, I always refer back to old reports 1st. Just sayin.
Complete thread -- Hemodynamics: Suspect hypovolemic shock due to sequestration of fluids "en sirs."
Complete thread -- you can't see how a curve could be used in connection with a penis?
Complete thread -- Oh my. Not the op but I tried and could not get any! Great ears.
Complete thread -- You're right. That should have been easy, but this dude's accent makes your head spin...
Complete thread -- It's probably just radiculopathy -- that's what his old reports say. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Possibly, except I can't find documentation of it in connection with a penis, or something
Complete thread -- radiculopathy (ies)
Complete thread -- Excellent.
Complete thread -- Right L4-5 "rake o lopathies"...
Complete thread -- This is just a guess based on your s/l but,
Complete thread -- Sending in blank, disregard
Complete thread -- WAG vanc (vancomycin), Zosyn and Levaquin
Complete thread -- see inside for onelook (check them out).
Complete thread -- Am I talking to myself?sm
Complete thread -- he is taking some leftover oxycodone (left over or leftover?)
Complete thread -- ignore! think I'm hearing 3 drugs-- ____, Zosyn, and Levaquin?
Complete thread -- Pegasys is closest to s/l I can get--sense???
Complete thread -- start-slow and go-slow approach
Complete thread -- ESL doc, pt with erectile dysfunction: "Penile *folisarm* has excellent length, even
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- They said if it became a worsening problem we could consider a percutaneous drain
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- would be like low-fat diet, up-to-date immunizations, well-nourished man, etc.
Complete thread -- I would not jmo
Complete thread -- I would, they are compound modifiers for type of approach
Complete thread -- would there be dashes in here?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes. gaps in the sensorium/cognitive functions due opiates etc.
Complete thread -- estropipate?
Complete thread -- rerouted?
Complete thread -- DKA diabetic ketoacidosis
Complete thread -- Pt has type 1 diabetes. Presented when he was in grade 7 with s/l VKA
Complete thread -- Too bad, another reliance on something else, spellcheckers, autocorrects, etc.,
Complete thread -- Since speed is what makes us money, I'm sure I'm not the only one who makes mistakes (sm)
Complete thread -- Wholeheartedly agree--doesn't know difference between then, than, their, there, discrete,
Complete thread -- estrapade - drug
Complete thread -- Sorry, couldn't put an emoticon for sarcasm.
Complete thread -- s/l *sensorial gaps*, does this seem like it could be right? thanks
Complete thread -- Totally agree!
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't know we had GOD in our presence!
Complete thread -- I feel sorry for you.
Complete thread -- spellcheck is good, but unfortunately does not know the difference between affect and effe
Complete thread -- once is a typo, 3 - 4 times is not.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- blah...blah...blah
Complete thread -- You're 100% correct. I never make mistakes.
Complete thread -- AJEDHN, you were the OP of the grammar thread down below and you misspelled grammar even
Complete thread -- Yes, typo, I'm sure! ...as I am sure you have never made one!
Complete thread -- "Type as dictated"? So if; they dictate: crap punctuation you'd just, type. what they say.
Complete thread -- thank you, both
Complete thread -- Well, of course. No personal responsibility, so what if I can't spell, that's what
Complete thread -- It was likely a simple typo. I'm sure reports being sent in get proofed
Complete thread -- Yes, but my spell checker would have caught that!
Complete thread -- UV radiation therapy
Complete thread -- agree, radiotherapy
Complete thread -- Yes, I know that. Sorry for the mistake!
Complete thread -- g - r - a - m - m - a - r grammar not grammEr. c'mon people, get with it here
Complete thread -- I hear that stuff here, but I do not understand it. If someone in charge cannot
Complete thread -- It's grammAr people, with an A, not E! GrammAr
Complete thread -- patient with Merkel cell cancer on hand.
Complete thread -- Do 3 verbatim accounts who dictate own punctuation, paragraphs, sm.
Complete thread -- There always has to be someone against the grain.
Complete thread -- and I have one who says "period" in the middle of sentences!
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- ...or should I say, "It is for this we are paid."
Complete thread -- the hallux and was *gree louded* medial and
Complete thread -- I totally disagree. That is what they pay us for, correct medical and English grammer
Complete thread -- Why? why? why? why? why?
Complete thread -- Type as dictated.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Fix it. I have one ESL who dictates a semicolon everywhere. It is part of what
Complete thread -- I have one who does say paragraph for every sentence - and he is not mixing up period and
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't pay any attention to them. Sometimes they say all kinds of weird punctuation in
Complete thread -- Yes, I have one that says "paragraph" after almost every sentence!
Complete thread -- I never under any circumstance pay attention to the dictated grammar of a doctor,
Complete thread -- Yes, type it the correct way rather than the dictated way unless
Complete thread -- i'll listen. thank you!
Complete thread -- the only time I ignore them is if they mix up comma with period
Complete thread -- Question about grammer...pls sm
Complete thread -- ?another line worker
Complete thread -- s/l longer-lying. Maybe underlying? would that make sense?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- used to be
Complete thread -- Thanks, mt! : )
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes!!!!!!! good job.
Complete thread -- decubitus use to be
Complete thread -- WAIT! Is it 0.42 divided by 1.44 equals 29.16, rounded to 30%?!!! : )
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sacral *day tube E us to be" sacral decubitus something
Complete thread -- (It's a stat, so needed some fast help.)
Complete thread -- Well, I'm just not sure! If I multiply 1.44 x 0.42, (and I'm not sure I should), I get
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- try Santyl?
Complete thread -- s/l shan-till....see message
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Going to flag. Not the first time he has stumped me on this.
Complete thread -- This might take some math on someone's part, but I can't handle it...PFTs...
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I do it like this. JMO. s/m
Complete thread -- So what exactly is your question?
Complete thread -- I have saved his reports on occasion and he also has said these.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Not sure of that whole sentence.
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense
Complete thread -- need help addressing letter to two doctors pls sm
Complete thread -- obgyn help - not med word - sm
Complete thread -- 2nd one sounds like 3-0 Prolene maybe?
Complete thread -- Wav file (end of op note)
Complete thread -- thank u
Complete thread -- see if you can hear chevron incision
Complete thread -- s/l sharvon type incision? sm
Complete thread -- you are awesome! thank you!
Complete thread -- ...each occipital nerve tract, identifying s/l supranuchal notch...
Complete thread -- violaceous, thin-walled plaque.
Complete thread -- vio-lay cyst?
Complete thread -- maybe saying noted instead of known?
Complete thread -- I think that's it!
Complete thread -- I think most of the time, they are thinking there'll be more to come and they just
Complete thread -- scarring from the past and stable would mean it is not changing, staying stable...
Complete thread -- calcitriol? pl sm
Complete thread -- that's what I'm finding as well, wonder if he is butchering "IV" as it is a contrast study
Complete thread -- Stable scarring was otherwise known. (almost positive is what is dictated)
Complete thread -- s/l guess trol
Complete thread -- there are 4-phase CT scans of liver, but not sure what UV stands for
Complete thread -- liver study, s/l 4-phase UV (or EOV) sm pls
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I agree and took it out. Even if he meant emphasis, it is misleading.
Complete thread -- reaspiration might be it.
Complete thread -- Las Ventanas - a nursing home/senior residence/convalescent home in Las Vegas
Complete thread -- "vee-bak" is how they say.. VBAC is what they mean..
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS, yes...Makes sense, because if you leave #1, everyone reading will be
Complete thread -- My thought after I wrote this is maybe he is simply trying to emphasize his first idea
Complete thread -- "VBAC" = vaginal birth after cesarean section
Complete thread -- VBAC - vaginal birth after Cesarean
Complete thread -- "vee pack" delivery (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- when they give a number 1 and never a number 2, do you just drop the #1?
Complete thread -- If you see there are pretendinous fibers and you can't make a logical conclusion
Complete thread -- I never said YOU didn't google once. I never said you didn't do anything and you're
Complete thread -- Quit being an a$$. Just because you can find a hit on a phrase does NOT make it correct.
Complete thread -- YOU are the ONE getting snarky. I don't know what your problem is. I don't want your "he
Complete thread -- You know what. I even had a hit in there with pretendinous fibers. If you can't
Complete thread -- yeah, just saying there is a Dr. Christopher Choi in Las Vegas, which is s.m.
Complete thread -- I, of course, googled pretendinous. That's not my problem. Thanks for your time.
Complete thread -- I Didn't say you didn't. Never mind.
Complete thread -- I am not saying I can't verify pretendinous.
Complete thread -- ow sorry I actually got the dr's name.. it's the place that I cannot get
Complete thread -- By using quotations, which means searching for exactly pretendinous fibrosis, I get zero h
Complete thread -- There is a Dr. Christopher Choi in Las Vegas
Complete thread -- ??tube gauze dressing??
Complete thread -- ? decompression see link
Complete thread -- I can find a lot on pretendinous .. I would go as dictated, or if you still
Complete thread -- last wav pls. need help with name of place.
Complete thread -- In list of diagnoses: Dictator states pretendinous fibrosis. I verify and document
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks u r quick
Complete thread -- an epoch (period of time)
Complete thread -- Multiple sleep latency test. s/l epic
Complete thread -- iatrogenic? and on followup
Complete thread -- never mind, it's iatrogenic!
Complete thread -- eyelid? ileum? idontknow w/o context??
Complete thread -- Advair ?
Complete thread -- ? perforation sm
Complete thread -- vair
Complete thread -- Please read and follow directions for posting. They are at the top right-hand corner as
Complete thread -- different poster here, but I'm sure it is tube something (can't remember the name) but it
Complete thread -- in an eye operation what s/l "ilum?"
Complete thread -- I'm not really hearing tubular, but thanks for the suggestion. nm
Complete thread -- s/l reaspiration DS or disk.
Complete thread -- maybe he means tubular?
Complete thread -- The wound was irrigated and the skin was closed with
Complete thread -- got it it is volar
Complete thread -- volar cortex
Complete thread -- He is not working.....on this date??...nm
Complete thread -- s/l vora cortex? SM ortho
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thx to everyone!
Complete thread -- no - in 0 nylon and double 0 = 00 = 2-0 2-0 nylon
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- double 0 = 00 = 2-0
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hmmm, maybe....
Complete thread -- punctuation help
Complete thread -- possibly double 0-nylon ? (double sutures of 0-nylon)
Complete thread -- doc dictates: 3 sutures of "double oh" nylon were placed... when I looked up s.m.
Complete thread -- Maybe MG Myasthenia Gravis ?..nm
Complete thread -- http://www.ucomparehealthcare.com/drs/new_york/W.html
Complete thread -- no, sorry. definitely a g at the end
Complete thread -- This is the web site. I set it for New York doctors. From there,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We will try to manage by phone.
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- P.S. I don't know how you got that spelling because I'm having a hard
Complete thread -- MI?
Complete thread -- So, the 132 is wrong. Does that sound like 32?
Complete thread -- Are you sure you're not hearing MD? Seems most likely given the context.
Complete thread -- sounds much better than head screw! Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll look into this. Really appreciate your time. : )
Complete thread -- HCO3???
Complete thread -- Dr. Romath Waghmarae is what I found.
Complete thread -- sent WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- ng or mg? sounds more like ng but can't figure out what it stands for.
Complete thread -- This is my horrible slurrer so I have no sound alike, sort of like head screw
Complete thread -- try this site
Complete thread -- Please post the entire sentence in the message box.
Complete thread -- Any suggestions on how to spell Dr. *Wag-murrie* who is a pain specialist
Complete thread -- Oh, thank you so much! That's it--they are in Minnesota--tons of hockey players & fans!:)
Complete thread -- I should know this, but . . . can't retrieve it . . .
Complete thread -- thanks, I'll relisten.
Complete thread -- There's a Snoopy's World Senior Hockey Tournament in Santa Rosa...See link
Complete thread -- he is a "snoopy" left wing getting ready for the tournament in California...
Complete thread -- Right femoral neck fracture, right s/l ranfro femoral s/l infollar
Complete thread -- S/l lithium to me too.
Complete thread -- he most certainly is -- thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Your s/l is close to hyperkalemia; from context, though, wonder if hypokalemia... SM
Complete thread -- s/l rick-la temporal bruits s/l soup-flaw negative respectively.
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Horizontal plane nystagmus s/l "3 beat ball pen" positive Hallpike
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- history of s/l hyper-gall-emia denied.
Complete thread -- Is he saying lithium?
Complete thread -- Only 97,000 hits for fasciocutaneous (I''d say pretty good) nm
Complete thread -- found this but not sure, never run into it as yet LINK
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l) "excerebizaton" looks like of ...extravasation sm
Complete thread -- extravasation fits your context...
Complete thread -- s/l "leo-fim" listen to wav
Complete thread -- ESL: with mild (s/l) "excerebizaton" of IV fluid a
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- LINK click, scan through and see if you can find your word sm
Complete thread -- Sometimes the complete sentence helps as well as the ones before and after.
Complete thread -- Peripheral smear, *rectal* normocytic, normochromic, neutrophil decreased
Complete thread -- ? initially
Complete thread -- neutrophil *squeezing* was 14,000
Complete thread -- In archives ad nauseum.
Complete thread -- FYI, checking archives will show you lots of discussion on this subject.
Complete thread -- s/l plull lig may be puddle sign?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- neural foraminal
Complete thread -- what's correct neural foraminal or neuroforaminal tks
Complete thread -- Yes, you said DEPENDING ON HOW IT IS PRONOUNCED, IT COULD BE A or AN, and that's not right
Complete thread -- pooling??
Complete thread -- listen for "no more response to internal stimuli" if the patient is recovering.
Complete thread -- internal stimuli would be correct, but normal I don't think is
Complete thread -- finally figured it out - leptomeninges.
Complete thread -- There is normal response to *internal* stimuli.
Complete thread -- There is no tenderness at McBurney's point. *plull lig" negative. CVA tenderness no
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- airspace ?
Complete thread -- Meninges - The three membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord
Complete thread -- Palpate? (and then maybe the sentence re-worked some?)
Complete thread -- Negative nodularity, *sue flaw* tenderness, skin change respectively.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- .wav sent - CT angiogram - Lungs
Complete thread -- Perhaps Budd-Chiari? found in Stedman's Rad/Onc book. nm
Complete thread -- s/l budkiary ? s/m
Complete thread -- MRI brain, diffuse enhance of the s/l left "hemaningies" or "meninges" nm
Complete thread -- Only 97,000 hits for fasciocutaneous on google.
Complete thread -- If you google arterial catheter you'll find where it mentions
Complete thread -- I do not s/l "pen pate this is use of a" fistula from the rectum.
Complete thread -- A 20 gauge s/l arterial catheter was used to cannulate the femoral artery.
Complete thread -- If that is what you hear, then go with it; I'd ? fasciocutaneous & see is it in One Look
Complete thread -- look up meatus and see if you thing that fits
Complete thread -- Based upon the *pinch* examination,
Complete thread -- FRONTAL SINUS, RIGHT MEDIAL ORBIT OF THE *meads*.
Complete thread -- not correct tense and missing a verb. The lumbar spine is still plagued with
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- link inside
Complete thread -- paresis?
Complete thread -- good "parastasis" was seen - not sure if it fits though
Complete thread -- not that.. can't download .wav files from where I work.. it is blocked.
Complete thread -- should be there now
Complete thread -- can't listen to .wav file.. can u give a s/l
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- lumbar spine
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- Lexiscan?
Complete thread -- Can the colon loop and be herniated?
Complete thread -- It almost sounds like it starts with a "p."
Complete thread -- who (or what) "made holes into the skull"? The docs or did the sinus infection
Complete thread -- In addition, once the patient is hemodynamically stable and ruled out ...
Complete thread -- trivial?
Complete thread -- they do that for brain swelling, never heard of it for nasal sinuses
Complete thread -- -sinus infection
Complete thread -- Really? I put 3 of your words into google and found loads of information
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor (19-minute note ugh!)
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- has gone on to fill in?
Complete thread -- that's iodoform.
Complete thread -- Cephalomedullary rodding procedure and surgeon dictates,
Complete thread -- Also found MPD-Multiple Personality Disorder
Complete thread -- wound
Complete thread -- Myeloproliferative disorders(MPD)
Complete thread -- MPD Male partially disabled patient?
Complete thread -- sounds like pie-eyed kind of. Going to flag. I have never heard this before from this Dr.
Complete thread -- No idea what MPD is, so I guess I'm brain deader than you.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, gotta send.
Complete thread -- Our Ped says "pie-eyed" re: conjunctivitis due sm
Complete thread -- LMAO!!! Needed that!
Complete thread -- ROFL!
Complete thread -- MPD pt w/ positive s/l mipple test TIA for any help
Complete thread -- Iodofoam?
Complete thread -- Patient to use "eye-lar-form" packing to the right groin daily. (had fem-pop bypass)
Complete thread -- Tylenol suppository 1 "p.o., in the office today. Continue at home p.r.n
Complete thread -- link on types of conjunctivitis
Complete thread -- I can't get any of those. May have to flag. It so much s/l pi line or pie ine.
Complete thread -- purulent??
Complete thread -- Help please
Complete thread -- CV is stable?? - i feel bad for you!
Complete thread -- boy this poster sure IS a sick puppy, burned out old /young useless hag. Unemployed,
Complete thread -- nevermind - i think he is saying following.
Complete thread -- s/l falling panniculectomy
Complete thread -- that doesn't make sense either though, as she would be G5
Complete thread -- there are typically 4 numbers after P - TPAL (term, preterm, abortions, living children).
Complete thread -- thank you for the answer. ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ablated?
Complete thread -- msg pls
Complete thread -- thanks a bunch.
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Docspeak for exploratory laparotomy.
Complete thread -- In surgical hx list, *x lap*. thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l "polopine"
Complete thread -- Not correct. She is stating there is pain and swelling into the 5th digit of LEFT HAND.
Complete thread -- Not like anyone is paying attention, but I'd say this one is wrong.
Complete thread -- I would say no "the" between limiting and symptom.
Complete thread -- pain is the predominant limiting symptom seems more likely. is that possible?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- hmmmm. odd
Complete thread -- jmho, but I'd use a semicolon after wrist. s/m
Complete thread -- and in the left hand. She notes pain and swelling over....
Complete thread -- comma problem
Complete thread -- A G4 s/l "P2-2-4" mother
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- pterygium.
Complete thread -- If you google one on google images, you see only 1 on the eye, so no plural
Complete thread -- She does describe mild arthritis and *pterygia* of the right eye.
Complete thread -- It sure must suck to be you. Dang!
Complete thread -- I can't stand that. I'd reword it also.
Complete thread -- she has had very much malaise JMHO
Complete thread -- I knew this had come up before. just found an old question in archives. from me.
Complete thread -- need an opinion on doc-speak. 'malaised'
Complete thread -- JCHAO is now JC (joint comission)
Complete thread -- I found quite a few refs to this in scholarly journals. Googled "ligamentum mucosum"
Complete thread -- The ligamentum mucosum extends from the infrapatellar fat pad to the apex of sm
Complete thread -- infrapatellar plica (ligamentum mucosum) The ligamentum mucosum extends from the infrapat
Complete thread -- s/l ligamentum mucosum
Complete thread -- You're welcome
Complete thread -- You're welcome
Complete thread -- s/l "poor quality" fibrinous exudate.
Complete thread -- Hmmm...that does give me a lead...I will relisten! Thanks!
Complete thread -- hiatus
Complete thread -- s/l sciatis
Complete thread -- pitiful, seriously pitiful.
Complete thread -- chlorhexidine
Complete thread -- s/l Cloraxetine prep
Complete thread -- sleep apnea/breathing problems
Complete thread -- sure glad I'm not related to you. you are one sick puppy.
Complete thread -- You're welcome. Our docs prescribe Provera to men often also (lung disease).
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Now that I'm listening specifically for sildenafil, I think that's what she is saying.
Complete thread -- sildenafil is a major player in the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension. Check
Complete thread -- Pulmonary hypertension basically.
Complete thread -- It's used for pulmonary arterial disease too but don't see listed in your PMH
Complete thread -- Thanks, but this is a woman. I guess I should have mentioned that, sorry.
Complete thread -- It looks like sildenafil to me.
Complete thread -- *seo-din-af-eld* 25 mg p.o. daily.
Complete thread -- Not a game, but obviously you have time or you'd never said anything at all.
Complete thread -- LMAO. "I know better than anyone" -- you must be one of the trolls from previous
Complete thread -- There is a serratus magnus, but not a supinator magnus that I can find.
Complete thread -- actually...sm
Complete thread -- You said it could be a or an, and then you made another qualification later, like
Complete thread -- sorry. I left out the h.s. part. it automatically expands. so that should read
Complete thread -- q = every at bedtime This is covered by the ADHI (AAMT) and JCHAO in the dangerous
Complete thread -- This was just a reply to Starfish maybe explaining what the "kerfluffle" at the workplace
Complete thread -- Supinator longus (out dated)
Complete thread -- Makes me think of the supinator longus but that is the brachioradialis. I've
Complete thread -- QHS NEVER means every hour of sleep.
Complete thread -- q.h.s.
Complete thread -- ortho help, pls sm
Complete thread -- a half-moon or crescent sign indicates subchondral fractures
Complete thread -- QA is flagging it, too. Sorry, it will have to remain a mystery!
Complete thread -- thanks for responding..that is exactly what I thought..actually it is supposed to be sm
Complete thread -- I am having my boss check it right now. Thanks a bunch for responding...appreciate it!
Complete thread -- That is...I DID many relistens.
Complete thread -- Guessing perhaps "good bounding pulses"?
Complete thread -- You would think, and believe me I do many relistens, but it's not! I'm stumped!
Complete thread -- femoral?
Complete thread -- s/l "bo nade pulses"
Complete thread -- Ortho - knee injury - s/l full-mooner subchondral fracture?
Complete thread -- well, IMO, JVD should go with NECK sm
Complete thread -- LDH?
Complete thread -- Px with AIDS. patient's s/l el-beach was normal (or maybe L B H?)
Complete thread -- Thanks. She's flying so fast, I'll have to flag. I think you're probably correct, but
Complete thread -- Thank You. No kidding. And don't forget, you have to put at least one smiley face
Complete thread -- No, I can't. Will flag. Thx.
Complete thread -- Frankly, I've hung around this board for years, and there have always been
Complete thread -- I can't help but wonder why so many call themselves MTs yet
Complete thread -- I'm tiring down: I meant "mild left circumflex coronary disease"...(sm)
Complete thread -- Wow, hootie, no it does NOT depend on how it's pronounced. A zero is a zero.
Complete thread -- Can you hear "adhesive tape"?
Complete thread -- A guess: "Mild left circumflex disease" (dict. CD for coronary disease), (sm)
Complete thread -- And how about the one who actually started the mess by posting and
Complete thread -- We are and we are trying to help YOU get smarter too by
Complete thread -- Allergic to "iazol" tape.
Complete thread -- mild concentric left ventricular hypertrophy ? what I normally hear.
Complete thread -- Knowing "when to" and actually doing are 2 different things.
Complete thread -- Cardiac cath showed "mild lung circum CD" with intact LV function.
Complete thread -- it would always be A 0 (zero). whatever .. no matter if the doctor says oh.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Anything reliable?? I could find many things Googling, doesn't mean they're
Complete thread -- ACTOplus met(R) (pioglitazone HCl and metformin HCl)Both ACTOS and metformin are widely us
Complete thread -- when googling actomet I did find a few references to it
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- believe it is actually Actoplus Met
Complete thread -- "But I know when to stop yammering on and on about it,..." Really?
Complete thread -- Cannot find this drug...s/l ACK-TO-MET. I think its a combo of Actos & Metformin.
Complete thread -- Does NOT matter if dictator says "oh." It's a ZERO. Period!
Complete thread -- That's a good example, and something I've come across...(sm)
Complete thread -- beginning at 324, now at.. not BUN at all. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- It is not BUN. It is something about the blood sugar. He slurs.
Complete thread -- Sigh.. Why do you dredge up stuff that is always discussed ad nauseum.
Complete thread -- final diagnoses.
Complete thread -- BUN of 324, now is between 200 and 250 - is that possible?
Complete thread -- I can't help but wonder why all the nasty posters on this board sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. Can't hear flipped. Really s/l plump. I did see link above. Seems
Complete thread -- Maybe you're thinking when starts with 0, like 0.5 cm lesion. Depending on how
Complete thread -- Thanks to all! So many emails swirling around in my inbox about it all day that it....
Complete thread -- assist control ?set rate ? at 14
Complete thread -- interval worsening ? (compared to last x-ray)
Complete thread -- maybe? sm
Complete thread -- Mumbler: Chest x-ray showed "ay-frill" worsening worsening regarding aeration of the
Complete thread -- flipped?
Complete thread -- EKG suggested *plump* T-waves and a rate of about 61. This is an 86'yo male who
Complete thread -- It's an because 8 starts with a vowel sound.
Complete thread -- an 8.
Complete thread -- Sorry - should read "page blocked BY Websense". I'm so OCD about these things. :)
Complete thread -- careful--I changed my answer above. Sounds like 714, but doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- "A" or "an" before "8.0 endotracheal tube"....see msg
Complete thread -- assist control ??? 14
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob. That is what he is saying.
Complete thread -- assist control of 714?
Complete thread -- nail bed 2 words per Stedman's Ortho.
Complete thread -- The pH is 7.36, PCO2 of 53, and PO2 of 171 on assisted _____ of 14, tidal volume 650
Complete thread -- Yes that is what he is saying. Thanks.
Complete thread -- YOUR??? board?? REALLY? Oh good
Complete thread -- ..but then who will answer all your questions... hmm.. think about that... LOL
Complete thread -- LOL ... I think you need to stop projecting and let everyone be themselves...
Complete thread -- No, most of us hope that someday all you nasty preachy nutjobs will go away and we can
Complete thread -- could it be "brisk" nailbed capillary refill?
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you both.
Complete thread -- U got too much baggage; why don't you just read the bulletin and not participate?
Complete thread -- The skin remains warm and dry with s/l post nail bed capillary refill.
Complete thread -- Not harsh--very sincere, though. I cannot fathom why an MT cannot find the answer to that
Complete thread -- can I flag! LOL, you should see this report. thank you!
Complete thread -- yes, but one that s/l "differential", believe these are LFTs
Complete thread -- You're right. Those all belong to metabolic/liver enzymes. Not a differential.
Complete thread -- Persantine is a brand name, so cap that. Thallium is generic, so don't cap that.
Complete thread -- Vitagel™
Complete thread -- are you looking for a header for type of lab? as in CBC, CMP, etc?
Complete thread -- dont have QA; will put as Stedman's spells; he must really think its chord though
Complete thread -- Here we go... Don't project opinions of others (burnt-out) since you have NO clue
Complete thread -- s/l differential, but wrong kind of components, pls sm
Complete thread -- Is Google the ONLY refernence you use and rely on?
Complete thread -- Persantine/thallium or Persantine-thallium test .... no need for caps on thallium and test
Complete thread -- Dear OP, please ignore burnt-out MTs like this person; the rest of us like to help
Complete thread -- Thanks all - it was Slo-Niacan.
Complete thread -- Can you flag this for your QA? I don't know how you handle things like this on your acct,
Complete thread -- Most of us hope that the OPs have done some basic research and can do a
Complete thread -- got it collarettes
Complete thread -- Is that a long "i" sound or short "i" sound?
Complete thread -- pls help with cardio note. thanks!
Complete thread -- The wound was then further irrigated and s/l "gitta gel" was then placed
Complete thread -- 8 gram specimen from mammatome biopsy?
Complete thread -- I get on here maybe once a month... if that...
Complete thread -- All you had to do was Google your EXACT s/l morale-levalley lesion and google GIVES
Complete thread -- ortho doc correcting
Complete thread -- not to bother you with my ridiculous questions
Complete thread -- I just thought you guys were smarter than google but I promise
Complete thread -- if you saw this on a specimen sheet - what would you think it meant sm
Complete thread -- I followed above poster's suggestion: Googled medication * 500 mg for cholesterol. I saw
Complete thread -- yes. TY.
Complete thread -- Simple question. Nice dodge.
Complete thread -- Morel-Lavallée
Complete thread -- This one gets my vote.
Complete thread -- Pt was hit by bus and suffered like a s/l morale-levalley lesion
Complete thread -- Lichenified erythematous plaques with *color-ritz* of scale
Complete thread -- Wow....harsh
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Google medication * 500 mg for cholesterol.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure that mycins/micins (antibiotics) wouldn't be used to reduce cholesterol.
Complete thread -- cholestyramine (Questran), a drug used for reducing cholesterol levels in the blood, to re
Complete thread -- Try googling medication *mycin for cholesterol or using drugs.com phonetic or wildcard sea
Complete thread -- Instead of looking for spoonfeeding, can you not google "is there an L6 veretebra"?
Complete thread -- His only medication is "s/l sclymycin" for cholesterol, 500 mg per day.
Complete thread -- Been covered in the archives I don't know how many times.
Complete thread -- www.spine-health.com/Conditions/Pain/Back-Problems/Spinal-Abnormalities.html
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Lortab. but he clearly says 500 per 50 mg formulation?? 1 to 2 tabs every 6 hours
Complete thread -- You really cannot research to see if there is an L6?
Complete thread -- is it possible to have an L6? not sure if Doc tired, but he clearly says
Complete thread -- When I couldn't verify tyne, 1st thing I would've researched was tine, substituting "i" fo
Complete thread -- s/l emfuss (bad audio) pls sm
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- agreed
Complete thread -- tine ?
Complete thread -- Never mind! Finally found it! -oligoclonal bands :)
Complete thread -- Neurology - labs - s/l alogoconal bands???
Complete thread -- s/l tyne of a clamp - sorry fingers were too fast - sm
Complete thread -- s/l tyne of a clamp - sm
Complete thread -- I guess it fit her definition of help, which obviously was just to have the answer given.
Complete thread -- WAG but abdominal wall lesions?
Complete thread -- torsion?
Complete thread -- air bronchogram is an air-filled bronchus against surrounding opacified alveoli. It is in
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a discogram is another study using dye s/m
Complete thread -- X-RAYS: X-rays taken today of her lumbar spine reveal multilevel degen ...
Complete thread -- Listen for "cgy"
Complete thread -- *gasp* I shudder at the thought!
Complete thread -- It gave you the answer, it didn't help you in any way except to
Complete thread -- Agree-with common phrases and words such as the above, it's going to take more than lookin
Complete thread -- There goes your problem, relying on google to solve all your problems.
Complete thread -- ok, actually it did very much so - you're very kind though.
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Elderly male has thickened *cathedral-type* nails. The nails are very
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! I think I can piece it together now.
Complete thread -- I found it. Treasure 12 wire by Asahi.
Complete thread -- I found a Treasure guidewire, but not the 2nd word, s/m
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- type Asepto into google and see what you get
Complete thread -- oops, answered my own qu: Xodus Medical offers an Asepto / Irrigation Bulb Syringe
Complete thread -- Thank you nmt and kitty. Didnt' seem right, thus the post. When Googling "bears watching"
Complete thread -- Well, I'm sure that helped her learn the differences between the words
Complete thread -- thanks, is it spelled right? I cannot document....
Complete thread -- PTA of anterior tibial artery, s/l treasure tro wire. sm
Complete thread -- Brian's Errors sez.. "
Complete thread -- it's a bulb syringe
Complete thread -- ESL - past medical history: (s/l) History of abdominal toe lesions.
Complete thread -- Only if someone involved is naked
Complete thread -- bears
Complete thread -- s/l Asepto bulb?
Complete thread -- revised link
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- NO
Complete thread -- It matters on my verbatim account also. If they dictate it as 2 words, we get dinged
Complete thread -- 'bares' (is this the correct form/spelling of the word/meaning?)
Complete thread -- Moves all extremities well. Reflexes 2+ in both elbows and knees.
Complete thread -- PICA?
Complete thread -- Moves all extremities well. Reflexes 2+ bilateral knees?
Complete thread -- It gets my goat when someone comes on here to tell MTs that it "does not matter." In our
Complete thread -- I'd tell her she'd have to ask the doctor who dictated it. LOL
Complete thread -- reflexes 2+ elbows and knees
Complete thread -- Extremity exam, moves all extremities well, reflexes 2+ bilateral to knees?
Complete thread -- It matters on my acct. If there is a documented, verifiable combined form, I will get
Complete thread -- Me again. Wav file sounds okay now. Would appreciate any help.
Complete thread -- Wav file I just sent is distorted. Will try again later!
Complete thread -- Does not matter, especially if he dictates it as 2 clearly distinct words, not combined.
Complete thread -- Wav file help please..... sm
Complete thread -- I transcribe this as femoropatellar joint. It's also in Sted's Ortho as femoropatellar.
Complete thread -- s/l vy'-car or by'-car
Complete thread -- (radiotherapy) Dr. clearly says "GI" plse see msg for context
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe you missed this part: I might have
Complete thread -- I think its normally called chondromucosal graft.
Complete thread -- yes, thanks Mandi.
Complete thread -- Actually it is including everything from the word including to the end of the sentence.
Complete thread -- No, clear as dictated.
Complete thread -- should I change this to read patellofemoral
Complete thread -- chondral is what I hear
Complete thread -- I might have put a comma after complexes setting off the sm
Complete thread -- Only thing I would do differently is spike-and-slow-wave complexes. more hyphens there
Complete thread -- short WAV posted! TY
Complete thread -- tic(s) slang for diverticulum
Complete thread -- I'm not clocked in to work at this moment. Hows about U?
Complete thread -- is punctuation on last sentence correct?
Complete thread -- I think it is previous even though it does not sound like it. Thanks anyway. jgb
Complete thread -- inverted something
Complete thread -- Oh good grief, think of the lines you've lost!
Complete thread -- using cheek advancement flap with a mucosal and s/l convil graft.
Complete thread -- oh my. I thought versus the knee. You guys are great!
Complete thread -- I was saying...that likely you did what I did...not that I'm better.
Complete thread -- a grade 1 IP hemorrhage!!
Complete thread -- I would really, out of curiosity, love to know what you did Google, OP, in your research
Complete thread -- Yeah, enough. Sigh...
Complete thread -- Thankyou
Complete thread -- No, but you really need to learn how to use search words (key words) along with your sound
Complete thread -- s/l premus hemarthrotis in the right shoulder sm
Complete thread -- Like I didn't do the same? And I did more than ask. I made sure there was a parent AND
Complete thread -- You are right--that wasn't your EXACT s/l; however, you would think an MT would have enoug
Complete thread -- I raised my child with the same morals I was, even more strict. Sigh.
Complete thread -- falx
Complete thread -- s/l falks or fawks
Complete thread -- enough
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- My EXACT s/l was not "labor toeco" if you read my post correctly.
Complete thread -- toco as in tocodynamometer (used to measure the contractions)
Complete thread -- Well, how about googling "labor toeco," your EXACT s/l.
Complete thread -- toco as in tocolysis?
Complete thread -- toco; tocolysis
Complete thread -- Woman in labor, s/l *toe-co* was between every 2 to 6 minutes.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Perhaps IV as in intraventricular, or IC as in intracranial??
Complete thread -- is he saying IV as in 4 - grade 4 (IV) hemorrhage?
Complete thread -- IP (IPH) intraparenchymal hemorrhage
Complete thread -- IV hemorrhage?
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone! nm
Complete thread -- This is a pain management clinic. The patient comes in every
Complete thread -- I would type like you suggested if I had that much "rope". If not the other suggestion is
Complete thread -- The part "states he took a Vicodin yet this morning" doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- I would just leave out 'that'
Complete thread -- versus technique??
Complete thread -- versus technique
Complete thread -- Not a bad mom....sorry, didn't mean to make you feel that way. I
Complete thread -- How would you type this?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I appreciate it. Sigh
Complete thread -- Possible lack of supervision and keeping track of them, at least, it sounds like.
Complete thread -- No, kids are going to be kids. They are going to have sex, but at age 11 some parenting i
Complete thread -- ?rendezous
Complete thread -- I don't think it's possible to "raise them" not to have sex; but this
Complete thread -- Excellent point. Kids aren't raised with the morals we were.
Complete thread -- Perhaps the child wasn't raised well by "our" generation of parents.
Complete thread -- And I thought these generations after HIV would be smarter than my generation
Complete thread -- I found out my son was 12.
Complete thread -- Oops, age 11. Mother's putting her on the pill......
Complete thread -- Thank you and yes, she's 15. I hate these reports.
Complete thread -- debut......(I certainly hope not, though) WOW
Complete thread -- oh great. thanks.
Complete thread -- My mind went blank.......Sexual s/l day-bu was at age 11. I hate when this happens.
Complete thread -- Think it is "mirror syndome" (aka Ballantyne syndrome)
Complete thread -- Plastazote
Complete thread -- s/l plastisode
Complete thread -- Unless it was a vein graft to the PDA and then it sm
Complete thread -- I can't figure out where it's grafted sm
Complete thread -- Mild diverticulosis. Otherwise negative examination of the colon given some limitations..
Complete thread -- I hear acute too, now. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- I heard co-colitis. Whether or not he is stuttering, I'm not sure. I can't hear
Complete thread -- possibly acute colitis ?
Complete thread -- I hear "acute colitis"
Complete thread -- I sent a WAV. He is probably stuttering colitis, just not sure.
Complete thread -- I've heard vein-to-vein graft. Wonder if that is what he is getting to?
Complete thread -- sorry, hit enter too soon - history here.
Complete thread -- Need the whole sentence or surrounding context, please. :)
Complete thread -- There is a s/l veno to veno graft to the PDA branch.
Complete thread -- I see no reason for a ;
Complete thread -- Is there something that sounds like ducolitis or glucolitis?
Complete thread -- Those kids could probably run rings around many of us.
Complete thread -- I would not do it like this. No complete sentences of either side of ;
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Are you smarter than a 5th grader?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- exostosis??
Complete thread -- you could punctuate like this.
Complete thread -- finger exam, prominent bony ?
Complete thread -- I guess all of us are not as smart as you....geeze
Complete thread -- oh. .sorry. put a winky face ;D or smiley :D so that helps. :D
Complete thread -- You're right. Big "duh" on my part. My apologies.
Complete thread -- I'm joking, being silly, guess it didn't translate in writing.
Complete thread -- Different???? Y instead of I...
Complete thread -- If you googled your s/l, first thing it says is did you mean LICOX and even
Complete thread -- wow, that is so very much way different than my s/l...thank you :)
Complete thread -- geeze
Complete thread -- punctuation help
Complete thread -- LICOX®. ...
Complete thread -- he underwent S/L "Lycox" as well as Codman ICP monitoring
Complete thread -- first might be * modality. The rest, I'm lost!
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- aha, makes sense now. TY.
Complete thread -- In procedure, he just says the patient was converted with 360-joule shock
Complete thread -- no - a very hard "R". I could also see Meig syndrome. Thanks. I sent a blank. nm
Complete thread -- try here SM
Complete thread -- except for the methotrexate day
Complete thread -- onc d/c many questions
Complete thread -- Do they normally stop the heart to cardiovert from atrial fib to normal sinus ? Sounds
Complete thread -- Regular *sinus tumor tachycardia*.
Complete thread -- WAV posted. Doesn't make sense. please have a listen. s/l except for the methotrexa
Complete thread -- found May-Thurner syndrome - could dictator be saying May's Syndrome
Complete thread -- as in cardiac arrest. they stopped his heart ? What is the problem. procedure?
Complete thread -- ooh, maybe. I will listen again. thanks.
Complete thread -- also a 2.1-cm heterogeneous *towel* at the right thyroid lobe nodule
Complete thread -- He was brought to the cath lab and "arrested" in stable fashion
Complete thread -- s/l nerve plasty may be nerve neuroplasty? sm
Complete thread -- Many thanks
Complete thread -- noted yolk sac. jmho hCG
Complete thread -- s/l "no'-de-yolk"
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: 1. Hysterectomy in 1990. 2. Breast reduct ...
Complete thread -- s/l mares syndrome
Complete thread -- amplitude, while well in normal range, was half that seen on the previous
Complete thread -- IF they choose to allow dictators to use inappropriate words (SLASH) and give you no
Complete thread -- nope. 2 syllables. i left a blank. thanks!
Complete thread -- I listened for them specifically. Just cannot make it out for sure and finished the
Complete thread -- Always a good way to start a Tuesday.
Complete thread -- meibomian
Complete thread -- bladder/renal? bladder/urinary?
Complete thread -- thanks, but if they say slash then I have to put it in....sigh
Complete thread -- Right?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! Now that you say it I feel like, DUH! ...
Complete thread -- He wants to do a percutaneous lysis of adhesions.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It doesn't say, but here's all the surgical procedures he has had - in ...
Complete thread -- Not sure. Might just flag. Outlet sounds more like it but makes less sense.
Complete thread -- Use "to" and ignore the slash. Use common sense on the other one.
Complete thread -- outlet?
Complete thread -- that could be. With some, when they gooble, they are just mumbling. He usually has words
Complete thread -- What type of shoulder injury?
Complete thread -- This is an EMG which I am not very familiar with....sm
Complete thread -- not sure, but wonder if he is saying bladder/ureter cancer?
Complete thread -- Zithromax is not given as a tapering dose.
Complete thread -- Zithromax is not dosed per weight. Could be no substitutions, meaning use only brandname
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- a lot of punctuation errors in your post (and spelling of followup)
Complete thread -- surgeons is not possessive (no apostrophe needed). You need period after her, not comma.
Complete thread -- *background* - this patient has a shoulder injury. This doc is giving ...
Complete thread -- fragment
Complete thread -- ? no diminution (i.e. not a tapered dose as in a Z-pak)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Zithromax 12 per kilogram per day s/l no dim in ishim to adequately treat
Complete thread -- he returnsfor continuation of chemotherapy and is scheduled to receive day 41 of the
Complete thread -- Thanks LiliK I believe that is it.
Complete thread -- palate?
Complete thread -- sanguineous?
Complete thread -- No *puh-lay* asymmetry.
Complete thread -- s/l rectal lumbar spine - more
Complete thread -- s/l sub gwin-o-lent fluid
Complete thread -- I think that's it! Thanks, kathy!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation.
Complete thread -- Well duh, found it. X-STOP
Complete thread -- Back surgeon appt. postop follow up on the s/l x stop.
Complete thread -- first thing i think of is foramen but i haven't researched. nm
Complete thread -- Humerus xray- Distal "fry-man" is displaced... more
Complete thread -- THANKS!!!!
Complete thread -- status post surgery, phantom limb syndrome (not "for")
Complete thread -- assessment/plan blank ... .wav sent
Complete thread -- diffuse? nm
Complete thread -- no hyphen with sentence this way. If you said recession-proof job, that would need hyphen
Complete thread -- Child in ER for abdominal pain.
Complete thread -- hyphen question. The pt. is concerned about having a job that is *recession proof.*
Complete thread -- ooh I bet that is it as it is used to treat febrile neutropenia. THANK YOU!!! nm
Complete thread -- Yeah, I was thinking cefuroxime but he is definitely doing a hard P in ...
Complete thread -- doesn't quite sound like these but SM
Complete thread -- A *dangler* was used to ensure there were no bony breaches
Complete thread -- left proximal calf *pool* with spider veins.
Complete thread -- cefepime?
Complete thread -- antibiotic - he started to say rocephin and changed it
Complete thread -- That's why I'm stumped. He's definitely not saying nabothian. Thanks though!
Complete thread -- nabothian?
Complete thread -- any info to share? diagnosis? (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l mi-bothian cyst on nose. sm
Complete thread -- Aricept maybe? Patient have Alzheimer's?
Complete thread -- Medication list blank - .wav sent
Complete thread -- s it . . . . thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Dang, Billybob. i'm glad you never sleep. That'
Complete thread -- Niaspan?
Complete thread -- listen for Mandarin.
Complete thread -- drug - please see msg.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Poland - see link
Complete thread -- Mien?
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Patient is s/l *men* speaking only (language)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No, I was just asking. Not saying you said to
Complete thread -- palliation
Complete thread -- Wav
Complete thread -- Oops, I was using MT references, lol. Forgot to google.
Complete thread -- auto is one of those prefixes you can add to just about any word. see link
Complete thread -- I did not say to take anything out. I wouldn't edit it at all.
Complete thread -- I can't find autofuse itself as 1 word, but supposedly Stedman's has
Complete thread -- You sure you can't hear "overall test"?
Complete thread -- autofuse is one word. And, I would put a comma after it.
Complete thread -- I'd leave as is. He normally has high triglycerides, but they are elevated more that usual
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- autofuse is one word right? see mess and
Complete thread -- oops, sm
Complete thread -- Just curious, but would it be proper to say
Complete thread -- I would not delete it, the redundancy is for "high" and "elevated" not "some"
Complete thread -- I would try to keep them the same - radius and ulna or radial and ulnar but whatever is
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- ulna is the bone, ulnar is related to the ulna... as they said radius I would say ulna
Complete thread -- I would, unless I was on a 100% verbatim account.
Complete thread -- If you are using radius, then I would also use ulna
Complete thread -- for very long or for very much?
Complete thread -- derm...
Complete thread -- should it be ulna or ulnar fracture or fractures? see mess and ty
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- 2nd is methimazole for thyroid and agree about carbidopa/levodopa
Complete thread -- n/m I found Acumed -
Complete thread -- ortho note help pls. s/l accumed plates
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- remarkable
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- found it encopresis
Complete thread -- SUBJECTIVE: This patient has a history of ADHD. Also has history of enuresis and s/l
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- never mind. I think PND=Postnasal drip although haven't use PND for that
Complete thread -- Pt w/ stuffy nose and sore throat. Nose had a boggy pink mucosa. Throat had evidence
Complete thread -- Does that make you feel superior? Of course it does.
Complete thread -- carbo/leva made me think of short for Sinemet (carbidopa-levodopa)
Complete thread -- drug help please
Complete thread -- here's a little pick-me-up.....out of the words of babes...see link
Complete thread -- I know there should be no punctuation there. it's just that you said that no comma is
Complete thread -- NOpe
Complete thread -- you are right about the no comma, but your reasoning is for a semicolon, not a comma
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- VT storm. yes.
Complete thread -- IMO
Complete thread -- Thank you for your input. I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- doesn't mean some do use caps. we have to use what the form says.
Complete thread -- And actually having critical thinking skills to comprehend it.
Complete thread -- Do you have ANY idea what it is for. Is there a past medical history that might
Complete thread -- no not stone...VT storm?
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- it sounds like "**taturic katam" 1000 mg. Pt comes in for EGD
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- beta carotene? beta alanine? beta something? What is it for???
Complete thread -- s/l "VT stone"
Complete thread -- LabCorp does the same thing at their website for every test they do, but
Complete thread -- BBs - maybe he got shot with a BB gun
Complete thread -- Can you provide additional information? Diagnoses, why the patient is there, etc?
Complete thread -- a drug that s/l*betaturic catam* 1000 mg
Complete thread -- It is a specific test from Genova Diagnostics
Complete thread -- s/l b-b's
Complete thread -- Of course not, that would mean putting forth some effort.
Complete thread -- me either. I'm not clear why you have comprehensive thyroid assessment capped
Complete thread -- Definitely saying "careful test." Please see below for context...
Complete thread -- iow anterior portion of
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- It was in there.
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks, Any idea on the s/l?
Complete thread -- if it was referring to the cut used. not an anatomical structure..
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- haven't done ortho for a long time - could it be chamfer?
Complete thread -- and anterior portion of meniscus (menisci not cii).
Complete thread -- condylar? never heard of chamber in the knee and did ortho for years?
Complete thread -- knee was debrided of osteophytes s/l "of anie portion of" meniscii.
Complete thread -- in the knee....Anterior and posterior s/l "chamber" resection
Complete thread -- psych note for 11yr
Complete thread -- Naropin
Complete thread -- good one.
Complete thread -- maybe started to say complicated by, then switched to notable for
Complete thread -- I'd go with wag and notable
Complete thread -- Yes, easily found by googling
Complete thread -- did you try googling it?
Complete thread -- I do believe there is a yoga they do in a room that is extremely warm
Complete thread -- I know. I copied and pasted the entire beginning sentence after PMH. There's a
Complete thread -- started saying a word that started with "com," then corrected to notable?
Complete thread -- patient does s/l hot yoga?
Complete thread -- I'm not finding Mallory Head hyphenated
Complete thread -- Pregnancy was ? (for??" the wording is very strange. Pregnancy was
Complete thread -- good rib fit = with good fit
Complete thread -- None. This is in PMH for infant with birth mom on drugs...nm
Complete thread -- what's the sentence before that?
Complete thread -- No, it sort of sounds like comparable, but more like compullbulll....nm
Complete thread -- I thought you now said it was clearly comparable?
Complete thread -- okay. thought you thought you had it figured out
Complete thread -- I know it doesn't make sense, hence why I'm asking what word I'm sm
Complete thread -- comparable to what?
Complete thread -- that makes noooooooo sense
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you, but he's clearly saying comparable, compullbull, not complicated..nm
Complete thread -- complicated by history of depression, etc.?
Complete thread -- in concert with?
Complete thread -- Looking for a word - it's escaping me...psm
Complete thread -- elevated the vastus lateralis s/l "in condue" with the anterior and inferior fibers o
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- total hip garbled dictation, pls see message
Complete thread -- DITTO
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "ropi" for short. thanks
Complete thread -- Infectious Disease is an entity in this instance and does need to be
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- I agree. We were taught if there was no exact number, you spell out the measurement.
Complete thread -- under our purview.
Complete thread -- as it is not following under our *purvey* at this point given that they are
Complete thread -- ropivacaine ?
Complete thread -- maybe it's just me, but I'd spell out milliliters there
Complete thread -- 60 mL of 0.5% s/l "rogue win" with 0.5 mg epinephrine
Complete thread -- Very true.
Complete thread -- I googled cortisone injection 240 mg. Sometimes it is in how you word it.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I always google before I post here and I got a few hits, but
Complete thread -- googled, see link
Complete thread -- you could google cortisone 240 mg and see
Complete thread -- Use your common sense. Sometimes you cannot give 'em what they say
Complete thread -- Does 240 mg cortisone sound like a lot to inject?
Complete thread -- Yes, complete--has subject and verb. It's really NOT that interesting.
Complete thread -- I googled Tysavrin and Tysabri came up - see if that fits
Complete thread -- Doc spells med Tysavrin, a multiple sclerosis med, any idea what she really means?
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- At the best it is 4/10 is a complete sentence..
Complete thread -- curvilinear?
Complete thread -- I didn't find anything on counselor clamp..personally I'd leave a blank
Complete thread -- phenytoin - good suggestions below to give you a start
Complete thread -- s/l coronier. The dura was then opened in *coronier* fashion. Patient undergoing
Complete thread -- do you follow BOS?
Complete thread -- hmm...maybe but doc repeats Harmon twice and not Harmonic; thanks for input
Complete thread -- didn't find Harmon dissector but found Bishop Harmon micro tissue forceps
Complete thread -- Found ref to patent for "Harmonic scalpel" listed as ultrasonic dissector. SM
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l harmon dissector; can't document (doesn't s/l Harmonic scalpel)
Complete thread -- no need to cap infectious disease unless client says to. SM for info on dermis
Complete thread -- agree, there is a picture of the table if you got to the images page on google search
Complete thread -- doc could be meaning deep dermis and epidermis.. also would not use the -sm
Complete thread -- Chlorambucil is it! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Hanna?
Complete thread -- there is a hi-lo table..
Complete thread -- Cilansetron ?
Complete thread -- check out hits 1 and 2--that it?
Complete thread -- anterior hip arthrotomy approach using the*Hannah* table.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2 questions- is dermis, epidermis a correction here or addition? also- cap infectious
Complete thread -- Patient has hx of gastric MALT lymphoma
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- agree, time out is generally for identification of both
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot! I didn't think time out made sense here.
Complete thread -- genuine?
Complete thread -- of course, the timeout could have been to make sure they had the correct operative site
Complete thread -- he's sort of repeating himself. The patient is usually correctly identified during a time
Complete thread -- s/l time out. Please see message
Complete thread -- I use it if dictated.
Complete thread -- seems s/l in-u-in about denial of problems
Complete thread -- sorry if "stupid question" but, "Kid was stable." is kid slang or acceptable?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Many thanks ! nm
Complete thread -- ck Drisdol
Complete thread -- s/l drifta or grifta or trista - med help please for ESL
Complete thread -- Nuss procedure.
Complete thread -- BRAVO! Glad I held up the report! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Are you working today? Log in to messenger!
Complete thread -- I hear "nothing worthy of a culture today on PE"
Complete thread -- debridement is considered operative and they do have to do tetanus if ...
Complete thread -- . We will let her finish out her course of Bactrim and there was nothing more _____
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- tarsus? WAG--seems like doc might say "tarsal injury" if that were really the word.
Complete thread -- Yes, hyphenate 12-point ROS, and "caregiver fatigue syndrome" is fine.
Complete thread -- Foot and Ankle injury
Complete thread -- foreign object trauma?
Complete thread -- not intraoperative?