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Complete thread -- (well, thanks! I'm glad to be reminded that I should be happy NOT to have acne even at MY
Complete thread -- Well, I was simply giving the info to the OP for her to decide, and she has not
Complete thread -- That's all that was stated in report, Mgt. Just acne in PMH and what I said in the med
Complete thread -- I meant to type, I researched Guillain-Barre at etc
Complete thread -- I researched this and though it is as you say, there is a GI relationship.if U google
Complete thread -- I do have two computers but they're separated by a wall.
Complete thread -- well, duh is me!!! Does pt have rosacea?
Complete thread -- WAG: PMH, not PSH, so prob not artif. knee. "Hydroarthrosis knee" (agua, aqua, H2O)
Complete thread -- I was wrong. Says in meds he takes tetracycline during acne outbreaks.
Complete thread -- yes, you got it. I could have better worded my post.
Complete thread -- PMH of "ag knee"
Complete thread -- On, I see, referring to panic attack. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes, but I was wondering what it refers to pertaining to psych, as this is...thanks.
Complete thread -- (keeping dicts off personal computers makes HIPPA sense.) Do you have a microphone w/ your
Complete thread -- I thought it might go more with the diverticulitis also. but I guess the OP
Complete thread -- shortness of breath (hyperventilation yet sensation of smothering=> panic attack.
Complete thread -- I favor jmj's Gilbert's as a closer match for OP's s/l.
Complete thread -- What would SOB refer to in psych report?
Complete thread -- "Gilbert's disease is a common disorder passed down through families.It affects the way bi
Complete thread -- agreed
Complete thread -- Just read through this and I don't think it will work for me as I don't have any
Complete thread -- Does this work when I have TransNet Dictaphone on a Virtual Machine?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Was away for dinner and just got this now. Will look at link!
Complete thread -- Who would've ever guessed THAT! Thanks for posting the answer! :)
Complete thread -- TYVM.
Complete thread -- me, too! lolololol
Complete thread -- thanks. That's a good one!
Complete thread -- ??Guillain-Barre ??
Complete thread -- I just open my Sound Recorder (found in Accessories/Entertainment) and then use File (drop
Complete thread -- yep that is it..thanks.
Complete thread -- Shy-Drager?
Complete thread -- see link from OneLook...this one for alright...other for all right
Complete thread -- see link from OneLook
Complete thread -- Gillian?
Complete thread -- Gilbert's (pronounced as Jill-bears) hyperbilirubinemia.
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- pt has diverticulitis and S/L Geo Bares? disease
Complete thread -- s/l Schibergs
Complete thread -- all right
Complete thread -- all right/alright?
Complete thread -- My client using heading CODE STATUS:
Complete thread -- doc throws in this sentence, between medications and PE:
Complete thread -- Send copy to "Dr. Mariano" at "Doversch," (Dover?) Florida. Can anyone help?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- wags tried to suggest something similar too. :*(
Complete thread -- omg..that made me laugh out loud!
Complete thread -- root if in reference to emg
Complete thread -- posted inside
Complete thread -- Thanks, guys, it is SPINAL BY LIEUTENANT FORREST
Complete thread -- pls see link (another way without having to switch from speaker mode)
Complete thread -- quite a bit if you Google "sensory root" s/m
Complete thread -- nevermind -- i will flag -- need to go on.
Complete thread -- Duh! Margaret you are so right!
Complete thread -- (thanks both to you and to Anita!!:-)
Complete thread -- It makes sense to me as "root," the nerve root affecting senses, & not involving motor fun
Complete thread -- opinion needed on an emg please
Complete thread -- Oh, OK. So there's no way to do it internally in the computer somehow?
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- (wag) "Anesthesia: Spinal by T. Forrest" (the name of anesthesiologist?)
Complete thread -- At T4? by Dr. Tforce? ?
Complete thread -- I have typed the whole report now....
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l is by * forced --- I can't make out the 2nd word at all
Complete thread -- Well, this one is bugging me. I hope an answer is posted soon!
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- Like the way it is in an operative note
Complete thread -- Ooops, like steen, I see now. I need coffee or a slap on the head and a V8
Complete thread -- The phrase is in the title of the original post. (Isn't it?)
Complete thread -- What IS the phrase?
Complete thread -- non-signet-ring adenocarcinoma, moderate differentation.
Complete thread -- Oh, nvm, I see what you were saying. Will look into it.
Complete thread -- What is the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- need a better s/l, or post a wav
Complete thread -- How do you record a sound clip to share in here?
Complete thread -- ANESTHETIC: SPINAL _____ FORCED.
Complete thread -- I don't think it's radial, definitely not ulnar. I'm blanking it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- this link says radial artery is preferred for taking pulse though
Complete thread -- ulnar?
Complete thread -- radial?
Complete thread -- Thumb injury with no deformity, good "anal" pulses, good range of motion.
Complete thread -- LOL - ooops.
Complete thread -- (throbbing in carotid) thanks again!
Complete thread -- great thought - I'll listen for that thanks
Complete thread -- throbbing in *quality* or something on those lines?
Complete thread -- Nooo way! I go with Anita. I type Zipsor all the time for back pain.
Complete thread -- ESL doc Indian accent, s/l "dropping him trouted" pls sm for context
Complete thread -- OP said sonophobia and photophobia, sound and light.
Complete thread -- Yes..Thanks. Thrown off by her strong pronunciation of a few R's.
Complete thread -- Zipsor perhaps?
Complete thread -- neuro-Behcet (disease)
Complete thread -- But if already complaining of phonophobia (OP said sonophobia AND phonophobia)
Complete thread -- Patient feels that her brain fog is not related to *neural Burchettes"
Complete thread -- yeah, but sonophobia isn't a real word, except on google.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is sonophobia; I knew it had to be connected with sound.
Complete thread -- Yep, just discovered sonophobia in Google, too.
Complete thread -- sonophobia dictated to mean phonophobia, see link to archives.
Complete thread -- usually hear phonophobia and photophobia with migraines
Complete thread -- All I can think of is cinephobia as in cine - but it makes no sense, at least I don't
Complete thread -- Patient with migraine complaining of "sinophobia" and photophobia.
Complete thread -- customary periph senses=lt touch, pressure, position, vibration, pin-prick pain, & temper
Complete thread -- that perhaps you were right, but he is definitely saying dip-sore.. thanks for the help!!
Complete thread -- (when you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras) it has GOTTA be "vibrations"
Complete thread -- :-)! (I Like it! lol. I mean it, too!)
Complete thread -- ???started to say "mal-alignment" but changed his mind & substituted "cock-up toe"?
Complete thread -- hmmm...far from s/l, but it IS a peripheral sense that is freq tested: "position sense"
Complete thread -- but that just doesn't fit context of sentence IMHO
Complete thread -- (thanks, hclokc! Believe you "hit it" on the nose!! :-)
Complete thread -- non-signet-ring adenoca.
Complete thread -- s/l ? nonsignentering? s/m
Complete thread -- way WAG.. deep sore medicine, maybe like a muscle rub that is a special mix?
Complete thread -- Good point. I think you're right. Thank you!
Complete thread -- then she is clearly wrong :-) Maybe repeated using generic raloxifene is Evista
Complete thread -- No, she's pretty clear, just can't find it or figure it out. Me-lox-i-fen.
Complete thread -- meloxicam maybe
Complete thread -- trocar closure devices: source of brands, types listed above: SM
Complete thread -- there is no interaction with Evista, s/l meloxiphen, and topical Premarin
Complete thread -- also Maciol, Carter-Thomason, Tahoe, Endo-Judge, eXit puncture closure device, Lowsley...
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- please inquire regarding advertising rates.
Complete thread -- duration could have to do with a time they feel, sense, whatever, just a
Complete thread -- Veress needle; other options are the Endoclose or Grice
Complete thread -- pt with back pain. Orthopedist gave him "Dip-sore" medicine? no dosage given
Complete thread -- yes! thanks :)
Complete thread -- that sounds right, thanks :)
Complete thread -- maybe alludes? Patient alludes?
Complete thread -- thanks for the guess, I just can't figure it out - appreciate it tho
Complete thread -- postbulbar?
Complete thread -- cardia?
Complete thread -- mallet?
Complete thread -- 1. gastric antrum? 2. Duodenal bulb area?
Complete thread -- Endoscopy for pyloric channel ulcer SM
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but almost like one word: mail-ah-cock-up. Going to flag.
Complete thread -- due to?
Complete thread -- maybe saying "mild, uh, cock-up deformities"
Complete thread -- Extremity examination shows some *mail-ah* cock-up toe deformities, without
Complete thread -- s/l "lewdz nerve damage" pls sm
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- duration would have to do with symptomatology, how did you see it on google?
Complete thread -- that's nice but vibration, pinprick and light touch are what they do on exam
Complete thread -- Oh according to google, durations may be correct after all! Thanks
Complete thread -- Now it sounds like "durations" LOL
Complete thread -- vibrations and light touch
Complete thread -- he does not seem to discriminate "very sins" and light touch for me
Complete thread -- s/l brissy needle? Please see msg. Hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
Complete thread -- never mind. he got it wrong. found in another report- akey. lol
Complete thread -- you are not an idiot! we all tend to overcomplicate it at times :-)
Complete thread -- thanks. Looked so weird and spellcheck no likey
Complete thread -- His PCP is in Fort Wayne, "Dr. Archy," spells a-r-c-h-y
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will check that out.
Complete thread -- I bought it at Wal-Mart for $3.95. It has been a great resource
Complete thread -- QA can be wrong too. I'd "listen" to a real reference.
Complete thread -- I think you got IT. sm
Complete thread -- "Wal Mart Special" drug book? What is that?
Complete thread -- So, an anonymous poster on a word board is "confirmation"?
Complete thread -- My "Walmart special" drug book shows it as mEq
Complete thread -- need help spelling **hyporeflexivity** please
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation. I really do appreciate it and I did try to look it up.
Complete thread -- mEq
Complete thread -- I tried drugs.com and it just lists it as K-Dur 20, or Micro K 20. So yes I did look.
Complete thread -- did you try looking it up?
Complete thread -- Got it! Syndesmotic. :)
Complete thread -- Couldn't you confirm it by looking in a drug book or other reference?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- K-Dur dosage is mEq not mg correct? This doc is calling it mg so just want to
Complete thread -- I agree about "pulmonary"'; (and I agree w/ flag! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks Mgt! I almost here pulmonary in there somewhere. I'll flag. TY again.
Complete thread -- "had been called normal"???way wag.
Complete thread -- Totally intelligible to me too! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Well, I am not hearing something clearly between "dictation" and "normal".
Complete thread -- oops, words on wav are unintelligible to me. Thot your ? was "at this dictation."
Complete thread -- haven't yet listened, but the words seem fine to me. SM
Complete thread -- Additional info: This is a trauma report.
Complete thread -- Wav: His cervical, thoracic and lumbar spines at this dictation were ??? normal.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret!
Complete thread -- LOL. I was just coming back to post that at the very end of the
Complete thread -- Check the BOS under titles, subheading military titles.
Complete thread -- brain MRI?
Complete thread -- chronic pain patient
Complete thread -- got it: or varix
Complete thread -- s/l al-vare-icks pls sm for context
Complete thread -- I hear . . . I am comfortable in my beckon, . . .
Complete thread -- Savoie?
Complete thread -- (I feel sure "cyanosis" is the correct solution. Good work, wag!! :-)
Complete thread -- cyanosis, as stasis was just said prior?
Complete thread -- something cyanosis of feet?
Complete thread -- can you repost the wav
Complete thread -- NM, need to send note in now. Appreciate all help below!
Complete thread -- :-D That's what I thought too, about them being at his beckon...
Complete thread -- Thank you! How clever! This old dog thanks you for teaching me a new trick!
Complete thread -- Anyone have input on this? I'm about to finish note and send in.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Gosh, could be. She's just going so fast I can't be sure. I'll flag and suggest.
Complete thread -- persistent stasis?
Complete thread -- Why listen to an old-timer MT? QA is the person you listen to!
Complete thread -- Plasma human neurophysins (HNPs) (please pardon if this is a double-send)
Complete thread -- Oh, now maybe I can hear *persistent ossis* of feet. Hmm...
Complete thread -- was the wav deleted? I hear nothing
Complete thread -- Oh, also in past surgery, numbered list: Biopsy of right *tib-ya.* Then goes to next.
Complete thread -- it might be HNP? (rather than H&P)
Complete thread -- I think the first part of it is persistent
Complete thread -- Chronic venous stasis with *purses-and-dosis* of feet, with an attack...
Complete thread -- explained I am s/l corporal in my beckon = sounds I hear; can't figure.
Complete thread -- looking for orthopedic type doc s/l Sad-wah in new orleans, la
Complete thread -- general surgery - .wav sent - hernia repair...
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- Rush rodding nm
Complete thread -- From grammarbook.com...see message
Complete thread -- We did discuss NCCN guidelines regarding the follow up of his carcinoid.
Complete thread -- Improvement in the right hilar disease with *mul-chu-lur* soft tissue now seen...
Complete thread -- Makes one want to move to India. LOL!!!!!
Complete thread -- s/l.. Rush wod-ing... Sm
Complete thread -- quite the advertisement for the quality of their service, eh?
Complete thread -- OMG, their typing is like reading a 2-year-olds.
Complete thread -- OM
Complete thread -- that's what I was thinking too. haven't looked this up anywhere, though.
Complete thread -- I suppose that could be a possibility, although he doesn't quite say it like that. Thanks
Complete thread -- Would be good if I knew what "they" want as old-timer MT says one way and QA says another.
Complete thread -- CWO should be the only one capitalized as it's a title.
Complete thread -- not dumb at all. new one on me. and how about astasia-abasia?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input! I did see this. : )
Complete thread -- Why is it a battle? Go with what they want and you will be fine.
Complete thread -- Okay, I feel dumb - astasia - inability to either stand or walk in a normal manner
Complete thread -- Larry Mastrine?
Complete thread -- Well, she did have ENT check all that and it was considered negative.
Complete thread -- Ongoing fight at work about capitalizing military rank when used as a proper noun.
Complete thread -- eustachian? any mention of ear problems or dizziness?
Complete thread -- Turns were slow, guarded, and slightly unstable with S/L "eustasia" component.
Complete thread -- spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam
Complete thread -- I'd have to leave, as with A-fib, alk phos, sat, etc. Just have to expand abbreviated meds
Complete thread -- CabbageTree Solutions provides top quality and cost effective audio tr ...
Complete thread -- nothing there
Complete thread -- Duh, I get it now: 240 x 3 daily caths = 720! Going to expand cath.
Complete thread -- Added .wav - thanks...
Complete thread -- not sure about that middle part either...single access?
Complete thread -- access maybe?
Complete thread -- General surgery - lap chole - "middle axis"
Complete thread -- A couple of general questions. Do you consider "cath" slang & expand to catheterize?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- advise...no advice..*knew that looked funny*.sorry
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania that sounds/like Dr. Laureena Strine. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes. That is what it is. I appreciate your help!!
Complete thread -- advice him on his weight loss and lifestyle changes and
Complete thread -- Yes, I think so. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- thanks all.
Complete thread -- Isordil?
Complete thread -- He is taking s/l "eye-sew-doe" 30 mg a day. This is a cardiologist and the patient
Complete thread -- she cannot speak, and cannot make up her mind what she wants to say!
Complete thread -- It was recommended to continue follow up with his blood pressure regar ...
Complete thread -- sorry, forgot my ??? just a suggestion
Complete thread -- IV Ancef-often given as preoperative antibiotic at my facility
Complete thread -- ESL - performing breast augmentation
Complete thread -- That makes sense. No mention in account profiles of this that I've seen.
Complete thread -- Organism was sensitive to *triperapinum* and trimethoprim
Complete thread -- I always make it a number unless it falls together...SM
Complete thread -- Just curious: When typing med dosing, is there a rule about using numerals vs.
Complete thread -- to answer my own question, this link indicates infection does
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- radiotherapy treatment summary, s/l "off core reduction" plse sm
Complete thread -- makes more sense than a correlation with TIA, imo.
Complete thread -- TEE??? does cocci in blood cause thromboembolic episodes?
Complete thread -- gram-positive cocci in the blood, and PE is now considered. ?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l to me "alternating with treadmills", and "CPAP is good" (corrected from CPAP is well
Complete thread -- Review of Systems: Negative other than that, he says he is walking ab ...
Complete thread -- valuable suggestions
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense as it is. I would use a few periods rather than commas.
Complete thread -- yw. worked backwards from the drug, btw (phonetic search at drugs.com).
Complete thread -- in the blood and ____ is now considered
Complete thread -- in the blood and TIA is now considered.....
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- not sure what happened but added it again
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Hepatitis C, status post ribavirin, interferon and S/L "bentabano 3"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think this is it. I'm still going to flag though. But thank you!!! nm
Complete thread -- I think the red zones will *heal*, whereas the white zones
Complete thread -- since he said but..I'd go with normally
Complete thread -- I have heard both before, just not together, red zone
Complete thread -- no wav
Complete thread -- no wav
Complete thread -- wouldn't be the first time I've heard a syndrome called a disease, btw.
Complete thread -- Dravet's (syndrome)? (maybe hearing "d" as "g"?) clobazam?
Complete thread -- noted to have gram positive cocci ______ considered
Complete thread -- also consider Joubert's syndrome.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- that could be. I do not hear it clearly but heard something.
Complete thread -- I second this one.
Complete thread -- I hear C-arm CT
Complete thread -- I think she started to say serum something, changed her mind, went with CT
Complete thread -- I think she is just doing an "uhmmm." So it would be correct to
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and the lip of the ileocecal...."
Complete thread -- dilation?
Complete thread -- I don't think there is anything there. Just add a comma?
Complete thread -- and ascending colon and _____ of the ileocecal valve.
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- Gilbert's syndrome does not necessitate rx, so that must be wrong, tho mighty appealing...
Complete thread -- s/l red-white
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm stumped. 21yo with "Gervais" disease on "clobazine". sm
Complete thread -- sounds like one syllable, "liege," so maybe "lesion"?
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- thanks, I agree
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think that might be shorthand for Goldthwait's
Complete thread -- Since it says has recently been attending to his diet "but" I'd go with
Complete thread -- Manual muscle testing, negative straight leg raise, ?GT?, Faber.
Complete thread -- what fits best, normally or abnormally. slurring, s/l "uhnormally"
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- btw, this ortho reference was provided yesterday by a generous helper.
Complete thread -- are you hearing "Gaenslen sign"?
Complete thread -- I guess I need to spell it right on online dictionary...nevermind
Complete thread -- I can't seem to find a hip test - s/l "Galen's"
Complete thread -- varices?
Complete thread -- I agree with you mgt, but couldn't find in online dictionary, so
Complete thread -- rule out esophageal "years"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- a frequent lab test = "ova and parasites," stool microscopic exam for...
Complete thread -- Parasite in stool. s/l o-va-um parasite. I cannot find this word.
Complete thread -- or monilia.
Complete thread -- moniliasis?
Complete thread -- Biopsies taken to rule out *manolia*.
Complete thread -- with direct end-to-end anastamosis...
Complete thread -- From Google - Disease-modifying antirheumatic drug
Complete thread -- Never mind. Found it on Google. DMARDs= Disease modifying SM
Complete thread -- general surgery - .wav sent (see context...)
Complete thread -- This is probably really obvious, but doc says, "His rheumatoid arthritis has been
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yeah, guess I'll flag it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- oops typo, one of your, not one or your.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I know that word... it really sounded like an "F"! ;-D
Complete thread -- It sounds like one or your to me but that seems strange.
Complete thread -- with stent to the OM. showed one of your grafts
Complete thread -- Recurrent MI in October 2004, with stenting ________0.48. History o ...
Complete thread -- if something clearly stated doesn't make sense to me, I flag
Complete thread -- parenchyma
Complete thread -- General surgery - breast mass - "s/l" breast francuma (context...
Complete thread -- cannot document premature in this context
Complete thread -- I agree with you, that it makes more sense unstable.
Complete thread -- I am hearing premature. Baby was born prematurely. Guess I should have stated that. TY!
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? patient is an 82-year-old man with GI bleeding on Coumadin. s.m
Complete thread -- noted to have gram positive cocci ______ considered
Complete thread -- male phenotype
Complete thread -- There is male s/ fenur type premature genitalia TIA
Complete thread -- Nevermind, found it in archives. Should have checked. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Is this written correctly? Pls SM. It's the V4 I'm wondering about.
Complete thread -- I don't think we have the same fragment . .
Complete thread -- During his stay, he also was noted to have gram positive cocci ______
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l finnicle a (guess) may be thermal (capsular shrinkage sm & link
Complete thread -- Was just coming to say Healix but you got there first
Complete thread -- double loaded 5.5 HEALIX BR sm & link for next time
Complete thread -- is there a sound alike or were you questioning helix anchor?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- probably proceed with preparation (corrects from "proceed with evaluation")
Complete thread -- old WAV still there
Complete thread -- first might be patulous
Complete thread -- Once they are checked will probably _____ evaluation with preparation for colonoscopy
Complete thread -- sp shoulder surgery, 2 words
Complete thread -- A single Mitek 5.5 mm helix anchor ?? double loaded with suture was placed
Complete thread -- That was it, I just found it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- outside-in technique is what I have had before, does not sound like yours.
Complete thread -- ____ daily to the wound
Complete thread -- thanks moving on
Complete thread -- Shoulder arthroscope. A lateral portal was established using a ?? method.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- macrolide
Complete thread -- avoidance of *macalide* & fluoroquinolone antibiotics may prove to be quite difficult
Complete thread -- Yes I think that is correct. Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- sessile?
Complete thread -- Urology question
Complete thread -- To both of you.
Complete thread -- Clearly says August 11, 2010.
Complete thread -- No. Doesn't have anything to do with SH. I would get dinged
Complete thread -- If the doctor wants it there, sure.
Complete thread -- I heard clearly "see door", guessing it might have been
Complete thread -- Tp says tp has been to PCP, had her blood test, and all negative.should it be in
Complete thread -- Whatever. I heard August the first time too, never November
Complete thread -- yw. I learned about it here some time ago myself and added it to my lab info.
Complete thread -- The OP posted a later & longer MP-3 which helped with date, etc
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- and Kling.
Complete thread -- definitely a "d" in it, but it's gone now. thanks for the attempt.
Complete thread -- blank help please WAV sent!! last one!!!
Complete thread -- 2010
Complete thread -- I hear on "August 10" not November 10
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This spurred an MRI which was performed on 11/10
Complete thread -- you are superb
Complete thread -- I agree. Without hearing what she said before, it sounds like
Complete thread -- Theo-Dur wouldn't fit; best not to guess on allergies anyway
Complete thread -- Thank you for this information
Complete thread -- don't start with the sound-like. Give us a running start
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Theo-Dur? not sure..
Complete thread -- We of course are concerned about the effects this may have on the brain if done concurrent
Complete thread -- never mind, blanked it.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- MP3. Allergy...
Complete thread -- is the MCV dictated?
Complete thread -- in the link, section 2.2 probably describes similar case
Complete thread -- sorry, ignore above.. (go with above helper) pls see link
Complete thread -- I think you are referring to noun-participle compound modifiers and yes
Complete thread -- You got it! Thanks again!
Complete thread -- thank you, I was more comfortable with leukocyte esterase but got dinged before for
Complete thread -- listen if it is - stand pivot transfer?
Complete thread -- see link in archive; note that all of the first 9 hits all say 2 words only.
Complete thread -- leukoesterase is slang.. type as leukocyte esterase
Complete thread -- Thanks! that's it!
Complete thread -- No, sounds more like Standfoot transfers.
Complete thread -- sorry, one more - is leukoesterase (dictated with regard to a UA) interchangable for
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- guessing, 2nd one.. bed-to-chair? or something like that?
Complete thread -- guessing, can't listen to .wavs, INR? for first one..
Complete thread -- grammar (splng)... type as dictated... no need to change
Complete thread -- No. should be diabetes, insulin dependent (whereas - insulin-dependent diabetes)
Complete thread -- flag it... two different entities
Complete thread -- Could either macrocytic anemia or microcytic anemia be correct?
Complete thread -- I just have a punctuation question. I always write diabetes insulin-requiring + sm
Complete thread -- 2 Blanks- WAV sent, Thanks!
Complete thread -- The doctor dictates it the first sentence "neurologic." Would that be changing his
Complete thread -- Grammer please - Which is correct: The patient is on neurologic medications ..or..
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- as the weather has thus allowed (or weather does allow).
Complete thread -- pls help with another wav B
Complete thread -- tnx very much!
Complete thread -- although he still would qualify as grade 3.
Complete thread -- pls help with wav A
Complete thread -- inguinal hernia repair -- see below
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ECMO
Complete thread -- Pediatric patient hospitalized in PICU w/ sickle cell anemia. Was on "eck-mil"
Complete thread -- I have heard many horror stories about that company and their pay...hope all is well!
Complete thread -- Does anyone here work for Transcend? I am trying to find the pay schedule for my sm
Complete thread -- Oh dear, lol. I was laughing at how quickly she reiterated that she
Complete thread -- ? nephronia, may be in therer somewhere
Complete thread -- Thanks, Carol
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Xylocard?
Complete thread -- being a member of such a large family, there was a lots going on and she
Complete thread -- In terms of AMOUNT of education. Makes sense. Has completed SOME high school education,
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Thanks for posting answer
Complete thread -- it's tough sometimes
Complete thread -- drug name: s/l he is saying "zelacor"
Complete thread -- secretory phase
Complete thread -- To realize it was an MP, not that she needed help.
Complete thread -- I'm going with it. He's very clear.
Complete thread -- some s/l secretory endometrium so she has considered herself menopausal and not had m
Complete thread -- "took time"??? LOL, she asked pls hlp exactly 8 seconds later.
Complete thread -- yep. I sat here trying to figure out how in the world we were supposed to guess at this
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sorry it took time, but you didn't mention it was an MP3!
Complete thread -- That the chances of his responding to this are less than 5% with an additional
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I have explained to the patient and his wife ______ chances of _______ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oh, gosh, thanks, Margaret! Time to call it a night...
Complete thread -- complete involved-field radiation is the second blank
Complete thread -- ? both inguinal regions, completing ? radiation to the right groin
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- EMLA
Complete thread -- s/l "emlo" given before versed, then stitches.
Complete thread -- I suggest not "partial gastric tummy and g.w. resection," but "partial gastric TUMOR and..
Complete thread -- s/l both inguinal regions, but the wav is looping and quite short?
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- Renal papillary necrosis is sometimes classified as one end of a spectrum of changes assoc
Complete thread -- I just gotta say. I'm just SICK and TIRED of ESLs and ISR. period. exclamation point.
Complete thread -- I got it. It was silver nitrate. Thanks anyway all.
Complete thread -- ok. you're right again.
Complete thread -- I don't know cause I cannot see the thyroid, but I do know that it is you're
Complete thread -- Ok okay, your right, I don't know 100%, but you said
Complete thread -- could it be something "matrix"
Complete thread -- He also said nodule, which could be one, and we all know they can
Complete thread -- he states "these" were there on previous, so more than one.
Complete thread -- s/l neronia negleesay
Complete thread -- that was so confusing to me, so here is what I would type
Complete thread -- Ok thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much poi!!
Complete thread -- "Thyroid has two lobes and an isthmus. If a dominant solitary nodule is present in a singl
Complete thread -- or the other option would be to change *is* to *are* and nodules
Complete thread -- and of course that would be spelled isthmus
Complete thread -- I would change to possibly a new
Complete thread -- New to endocrine, pls help
Complete thread -- S/L sibonetric. sm jgb
Complete thread -- Did I miss something? How was I rude. Thank you, I didn't have time to ...
Complete thread -- asking here is much faster than actually verifying first, right?
Complete thread -- APRiCOT (Apricoxib in Combination Oncology Treatment) and there is the
Complete thread -- put seg sign on Search box sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, should have checked archives first. It's Lasegue sign.
Complete thread -- Yeah that's the one I was looking at.
Complete thread -- On ortho exam, "seg sign" is negative on left. Admitted only workup for
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- He's very clear in regard to Tarceva, gemcitabine as being the "APRiCOT" study. I will
Complete thread -- AIDS Pegasys Ribavirin International Coinfection Trial (APRICOT)
Complete thread -- Don't see anything related to pancreatic cancer, it is not in the 4th ED, and
Complete thread -- Anyone have new Stedman's Oncology? Hard to tell from Google whether "apricot" is
Complete thread -- That is true Zero, but by verifying, the OP has now learned the anatomy :)
Complete thread -- The trademark link above (great resource and entirely free) shows it
Complete thread -- Thanks, All. I listened again & maybe he's correcting himself. I'll flag.
Complete thread -- sure it isn't bilateral? right and left?
Complete thread -- Speaking of rude. you're welcome, Dana.
Complete thread -- I'd listen for a number instead of left
Complete thread -- Anatomy had zero to do with verifying a template.
Complete thread -- ? never heard it, cannot Google it, what would it mean? right to left what?
Complete thread -- yes!!! thank you so very much. He says "pro-lonjed" Thanks all!
Complete thread -- prolonged ?
Complete thread -- New phrase for me (Wrist): Performed a "right-left" dorsal compartment repair.
Complete thread -- To the OP's credit, they are verifying a template given to them by the account
Complete thread -- prolonged PR?
Complete thread -- yes, he is saying AV block (third) degree. Thank you. Any idea #1?
Complete thread -- AV block, 2nd degree?
Complete thread -- need help with EKG (doctor with french accent)
Complete thread -- mitotic rate
Complete thread -- THanks ...
Complete thread -- same answer as below mg/dL
Complete thread -- Prior to the procedure she did have a urinalysis which had greater tha ...
Complete thread -- s/l ? my target rate ? s/m
Complete thread -- Sigh.
Complete thread -- No, sorry it is 0.5 cm. Hard to hear this doc.
Complete thread -- schmacks of rude. Make you feel powerful now. No class
Complete thread -- Actually, it is a 10-cm ulcer. No it is not venous stasis.
Complete thread -- sure it isn't venous stasis?
Complete thread -- per deciliter?
Complete thread -- Looks 100% trademarked by Respironics, so I'd say yes it should be done
Complete thread -- Prior to the procedure she did have a urinalysis which had greater tha ...
Complete thread -- Could it possibly be lateral layer ulcer? Does not make sense to me?
Complete thread -- Is "cough assist" capitalized?
Complete thread -- S/L latum layor ulcer. sm
Complete thread -- Well, you'd think someone hired to type op notes would know anatomy
Complete thread -- Thank you, Billybob!
Complete thread -- profundus is part of the descriptor of the muscle/tendon. I would not think
Complete thread -- profundi or profundus?
Complete thread -- except "at least" is the phrase there, and just offset with commas
Complete thread -- actually, just 'angle of His' scored several direct hits, I wasn't
Complete thread -- If you google crura and angle of His, it shows up many times.
Complete thread -- thanks (I did expand) have a good day.
Complete thread -- Read too fast for my own good. Never opened your message.
Complete thread -- I'm sure the word "his" shows up in any context too often to make Google useful here.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- surprised at your response (was just asking if I should expand) - I read fast too LOL!
Complete thread -- Is everyone getting lazy that they don't do their own research!
Complete thread -- goggle angle of His
Complete thread -- Angle of "His" sm
Complete thread -- irregularly irregular -- surprised you
Complete thread -- abbreviation or slang? Heart is irr irr. (she spells i r r i r r) sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying! I relistened but still hearing more as I stated. Will flag and move
Complete thread -- ty nm
Complete thread -- pleurisy
Complete thread -- maybe rent or fluid?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Maybe use "to"? ...of performing *to* at least a medium...
Complete thread -- s/l all-idabel?
Complete thread -- s/l pleurosity
Complete thread -- On ear exam, there is no *vent of* fluid. Please sm for full context
Complete thread -- ECOG
Complete thread -- how do you type a sentence with 2 "at" in it? I can't take one out.
Complete thread -- s/l E-colick
Complete thread -- it is strange, but clear, so I would go ahead and type it
Complete thread -- We are told if not 100% sure leave a blank. So I will leave a blank. T ...
Complete thread -- So is mine, but I'd change it. No, I've never used amotivated, nor ever seen it
Complete thread -- just found it I think: Kyrgyzstan
Complete thread -- Account is verbatim ...
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- patient was recently in s/l Ker-jik-stan (found Kurdistan only)?
Complete thread -- can U change it to unmotivated?
Complete thread -- found this "The Zio by iRhythm simplifies cardiac rhythm monitoring for patients suspected
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l amotivated - ever used this in a report?
Complete thread -- s/l a zeo patch
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Now that was just plain rude. I HELPED TOO!!!
Complete thread -- Weber
Complete thread -- s/l rubber A ankle fracture - sm
Complete thread -- Okay thanks. My account is pretty verbatim so I will leave off the thousand. Just sm
Complete thread -- I like it that way. if you use the serial comma in other places, I would
Complete thread -- Most accounts, that's understood. but depending on your account. you could.
Complete thread -- not necessary after radius but no big deal
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yep patient undergoing chemotherapy. so is 0.9. I do not need the thousand?
Complete thread -- 110s
Complete thread -- well, in my opinion, just like he said it, or as you have it.
Complete thread -- if that was dictated, zero point nine = 0.9 That's wildly LOW?
Complete thread -- Tenderness is at the base of the thumb, at the distal radius, & within the CMC.
Complete thread -- Review of his blood pressures in the inpatient setting have demonstrated persistent
Complete thread -- He was found, initially, to have a white blood cell count of 0.9 thousand. Did I sm
Complete thread -- med s/l gizanozin
Complete thread -- use the same *name* then for your comments, doesn't matter
Complete thread -- nevermind; viscoelastic materials ...
Complete thread -- thank to both of you
Complete thread -- You can dictionary me all you want, I was asking specifically the ending with i or y
Complete thread -- unpreserved lidocaine
Complete thread -- That was it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Ha! found it. Dreamtome.
Complete thread -- ERCP - drapetome? dremetome?
Complete thread -- His-Purkinje - - check my spelling
Complete thread -- "s/l fisper kunchy" disease
Complete thread -- myeloid cell line. To my ear, either "normal cyto genetics" is wrong, or need period afte
Complete thread -- myeloid cell line, normal cytogenetics.
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- I got it... just kept listening over and over and typing what I heard in Google.
Complete thread -- thanks, I think so
Complete thread -- No messing around with allergies. This should be flagged.
Complete thread -- ambient?
Complete thread -- red mucosa into the distal esophagus. This was checked with regular and *M B I*
Complete thread -- Got it!
Complete thread -- feigned... got it!
Complete thread -- feigned?
Complete thread -- On reexamination I "faned" touching her sleeve and actually did not touch her.."
Complete thread -- Just disagreeing with others on a subject should not bring out the troll
Complete thread -- NM, need to send note in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Trying to find what I think is a geriatric screening tool which NP refers
Complete thread -- I agree with you on this FSMT...some things in life aren't worth arguing
Complete thread -- endometrial
Complete thread -- and yet another error my error not me. Geez it is hard work having to make sure you sm
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- stumbled across this cool link for ortho signs
Complete thread -- and before the board police correct me that was their work. Forgive me error.
Complete thread -- Allergies are aspirin, ibuprofen, Haldol, and s/l "buderfernones"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Valleix ?
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I you could google cancer and see what matches your sounds like
Complete thread -- s/l vell oh sign
Complete thread -- Did you post below?
Complete thread -- germ cell cancer ~ maybe nm
Complete thread -- I am not going to get in a argument over this. I was just letting OP know what BOS sm
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: History of ______ cancer, radiation treatment.
Complete thread -- I would say because I for one disagree that it is "acceptable both ways." The examples
Complete thread -- drop the *of*...reports localized neck and...
Complete thread -- Oops, hit enter by mistake. Here's the sentence:
Complete thread -- How would you turn this into a sensible sentence?
Complete thread -- Since someone is trying to stir up an argument here. I just posted what BOS said sm
Complete thread -- s/l dermafil cancer, radiation treatment
Complete thread -- Would you put a colon after the date of after CBC or does this look okay?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think they are going from ankle-brachial to segment pressures. sm
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- easily allowed grasping the anterior and posterior lips with
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- grasping of the anterior and posterior lips
Complete thread -- sounds like the measurements were made lower on the thigh and higher
Complete thread -- short memory?
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the cervix under anesthesia revealed a somewhat patulous open cervix sm
Complete thread -- cardiology
Complete thread -- I am afraid I have no clue what you are talking about. I have no idea what the sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, no dictionaries indexed in the selected category contain the word midback.
Complete thread -- actually there is a type in there, fundic gland type polyp
Complete thread -- fundic gland polyp
Complete thread -- And we all know spellcheckers are sooo infallible.
Complete thread -- This is too eerily like the never mind discussion the other day. SO,
Complete thread -- Excuse me?
Complete thread -- I hear follicular type polyp
Complete thread -- Well, just you never mind now.
Complete thread -- midback is perfectly acceptable. If you type that in Stedman's spellchecker does not sm
Complete thread -- 5. ____ type polyp in the fundus.
Complete thread -- Can stand alone, but when used as a prefix is usually connect to the word element. Sm for
Complete thread -- 2 words for mid back. She could crack a book. lol. Mid is a prefix that can
Complete thread -- Breast exam. This doctor says this soooo fast and I just can't make it out.
Complete thread -- ah, found it! TFCC! thanks anyway...
Complete thread -- No tenderness about the DRUJ or the...TFVC? TSVC? TFEC? ...?
Complete thread -- no problemo! :D
Complete thread -- IMO, you were right, two words.
Complete thread -- :) Thank you.
Complete thread -- Just curious about this. I frequently type
Complete thread -- typo..meant...
Complete thread -- oops... I mean't anorectoperineal
Complete thread -- go with it.. also available in onelook above.. (Dorland's actually)
Complete thread -- Oh, wow. I spelled it wrong up there! I typed it wrong here but
Complete thread -- looks like he is just combining the anal (ano) rectum (recto) and perineal (perineum)
Complete thread -- anorectalperineal repair - Stedman's spellchecker likes this, but
Complete thread -- tendinitis
Complete thread -- tendonitis or tendinitis???
Complete thread -- nevermind, flagged. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- appreciate it; really awesome, indeed ~alex ...
Complete thread -- just the end of migratory, I don't think migratory tree or three
Complete thread -- migratory three pulmonary infiltrates WERE secondary to aspiration
Complete thread -- migratory?
Complete thread -- just realized, I think dr. is saying "tree"
Complete thread -- s/l "migrate three" pls sm for context
Complete thread -- Vestibular Vertigo - Doctor has heavy East Indian accent
Complete thread -- sharply cut with a #10 blade and an *epi areolar* repair was undertaken
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- amazing link for human skull anatomy - mucles, bones, excellent pictures sl
Complete thread -- if it was total occlusion, would it have a velocity rate?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'd say yes.
Complete thread -- Ohhhh ! Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- vincristine and prednisone pulse?
Complete thread -- for the help
Complete thread -- Port-A-Cath has been compromised and there are questions
Complete thread -- Ooohhh. It's the Singing Bee via Billybob's Board. LOL
Complete thread -- believe in life. you when I laid my eyes upon you. There is no doubt..
Complete thread -- bronchocutaneous
Complete thread -- ...when I laid my eyes upon you...
Complete thread -- s/l preg'-na-sol, and pulse
Complete thread -- 66-year-old woman with breast carcinoma
Complete thread -- Looks likely. See link, look over, I did not have time to read, need to go.t
Complete thread -- not this is.. is this (as you have it).. but can't get your blanks..
Complete thread -- can you post more context :-) LOL (rest of the song I mean hee.. hee..)or the link to it.
Complete thread -- Waste of time, helpers.
Complete thread -- nice song... believe (NOT belive) LOL; this is what --they-- mean by...
Complete thread -- Pls help
Complete thread -- am I hearing this correctly? Sm please
Complete thread -- s/l subloc may/b (a guess since can't hear it)sent for cell block?
Complete thread -- can return to share? was it TO= total occlusion or CTO =chronic total occlusion? ti
Complete thread -- Probably just dictator "style" they do short-cut things. If verbatim, well then o with it
Complete thread -- wonderful! Thank you! It is said very clearly.
Complete thread -- intracerebral hemorrhage, ICH), is a subtype of intracranial hemorrhage
Complete thread -- Not positive.... but hear modified Pfannenstiel
Complete thread -- Two areas of intracranial intracerebral bleed in the left hemisphere.
Complete thread -- also... incontinence or tongue biting (NOT of)
Complete thread -- Yes I see that. I said I have not listened to it. Did not say it was not there!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- zafirlukast? Unless it's a doctor's name or a type of cast.
Complete thread -- I'd say so!!
Complete thread -- major motor
Complete thread -- The wav is there.
Complete thread -- Pt with new onset of seizure described as being sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- A bit more context would be nice.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Is there a s/l? Have not listened to wav, but could it be via?
Complete thread -- yes (accurately measured for age).
Complete thread -- metatarsocuneiform joints, JMHO.
Complete thread -- A 31-year-old G1, para 0, at 39 weeks *well dated*
Complete thread -- transverse cesarean section _______ Pfannenstiel
Complete thread -- figured it out....thx
Complete thread -- joint or joints? MD keeps saying joint but I'm wondering. Thannks
Complete thread -- Thanks - I would have never gotten it!
Complete thread -- However, on the ultrasound assessment, on the right side there are patent iliac
Complete thread -- venae comitantes
Complete thread -- Sounds like vena coumatata?
Complete thread -- After thoracentesis fluid was sent for "subloc" cytology???
Complete thread -- This link might be better to search with.
Complete thread -- I don't know the answer, but here is a link that might help-by state.
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it. This doc is driving me crazy!
Complete thread -- Patient has s/l *apple-shaped* pulses.
Complete thread -- pt with metastatic lung care on phase II of S/L Filbercept? trial
Complete thread -- Not near enough info for me. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Yep and it was definitely not that. I am glad to see I am not (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks, had just found it too.
Complete thread -- Cytotec 1000 mcg?
Complete thread -- After ceserean, patient received s/l sidateck? 1000 mg per rectum.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- pt has a history of S/L ErthroWains?
Complete thread -- Chux?
Complete thread -- Vaginal speculum was performed, and approximately 500 mL of
Complete thread -- ruminative.
Complete thread -- Psych report
Complete thread -- pneumocephalus.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Is it pneumocephali or pneumocephaly? I am finding both in my searches. Thanks
Complete thread -- This doctor sounds like he is in pain!
Complete thread -- I hear "feeling," but then when I try to hear the rest, it seems cut
Complete thread -- impetigo
Complete thread -- "tattoo tygo" impegito?
Complete thread -- lentigo?
Complete thread -- possibly "lentigo" in there?
Complete thread -- Pigmented lesion of the mandible. My differential would be tattoo, tygo, or melanoma
Complete thread -- May need colon study after _____.
Complete thread -- suggested first thing. temporal? - poi... ages ago.
Complete thread -- s/l terrabo -- wonder is just slurring temporal bones ??
Complete thread -- found this, not really familiar sm & link
Complete thread -- how about pterygoid?
Complete thread -- Went ahead and flagged and sent. Thank you, too, though!
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying!! I appreciate it:)
Complete thread -- nm...that is a type of fracture, not particular bone
Complete thread -- drop e...Le Fort I, II, III
Complete thread -- Le Forte ?
Complete thread -- pterional bone? you need head, neck, and facial bones. not one bone. and on
Complete thread -- I thought of that, but he clearly says what s/l tear uh bow. Thanks though!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!! I guess the first could just be good ol' CMP.
Complete thread -- temporal?
Complete thread -- CMV cytomegalovirus ... babesiosis .. ... >?<
Complete thread -- Babesia. Ehrlichiosis.
Complete thread -- Patient with fever, nausea, dizziness, decreased oral intake, rule out viral syndrome
Complete thread -- Patient with coronary disease - He was place in "sage" boots by the wound care team,
Complete thread -- This is a pt who comes in after a plane crash.
Complete thread -- ?? hemostat and scissors??
Complete thread -- Of course, it makes sense, if that was what was said!
Complete thread -- I just came back to say I sent a blank, thanks though.
Complete thread -- You can be the driver and passenger, I'll pass, but thanks.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- I hear transmission very clearly; not transition which wouldn't make sense either
Complete thread -- It's IV sedation! Go figure lol Thanks!
Complete thread -- Distal radius fracture that underwent a closed reduction via s/l i-spee-fuh-zae-tion.
Complete thread -- meant MP-3
Complete thread -- can you post a wav or MP13?
Complete thread -- Front seat driver, I guess? LOL
Complete thread -- should read "front seat passenger" to make sense
Complete thread -- "? as mentioned, the patient was the driver and a front passenger. :O :D
Complete thread -- hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough ("A casual (or cursory) inspection
Complete thread -- no hyphema s/l "eber-dah optimee," no change in the pupil
Complete thread -- sure. cursory just means that they did sort of a temporary closure, pending further eval
Complete thread -- Pt with gsw to hand. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- marg, sounds good to me fat nidus( tiny nest of fat) nm
Complete thread -- I simply think he mispoke and meant precordial transition. Will flag. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- how bout this one
Complete thread -- toenail: Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary [home, info]
Complete thread -- This is the lab done on the electrocardiogram.
Complete thread -- I wonder is transition is right.
Complete thread -- " No results found for "electrical disorder transmission"." so no go
Complete thread -- Transtelephonic electrocardiographic transmission (TET) is the most widespread form of tel
Complete thread -- I listened again, think maybe saying electrical disorder transmission LINK
Complete thread -- I wondered if it could be. Was not sure if transition or transmission
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down - thanks for new word carol.
Complete thread -- I think transition is transmission (all I can get for "sure"
Complete thread -- regurgitant jet
Complete thread -- WAV file thanks. Questioning electrocardial - before he said precordial transition.
Complete thread -- Restasis is close?
Complete thread -- Is toenail 1 word?
Complete thread -- and mosquito(s)?
Complete thread -- Toe nail laceration: Used a *hemostat insidious* to remove and debride the
Complete thread -- thanks again, sure appreciate your time and help.
Complete thread -- limbal
Complete thread -- lambdoid
Complete thread -- regurgitation (regurg) jet
Complete thread -- There is a palpable s/l limdoyle suture on the left side of the head?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Lempert? here is a link for retractors
Complete thread -- never too late for all of us to learn. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Med s/l "Rilasis"
Complete thread -- Thanks. Am going to flag. Will let you know.
Complete thread -- interesting link...possibly the result of metastatic process
Complete thread -- It almost sounds like arthritic. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Of note, if you go by AAMT BOS, you should spell it out. On another
Complete thread -- arthritic? acromioclavicular cysts seem possible with RA
Complete thread -- aneurysmal?
Complete thread -- for what it is worth, the BoS says to expand even if dictated H and H,
Complete thread -- patient is 86, admitted for diarrhea and vomiting. prostate cancer
Complete thread -- Right clavicular ___ cyst, apparently being followed. Sounds like athletic.
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. at first, I thought array of.
Complete thread -- nevermind...my WAG is definitely a WAG...doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- maybe.... started in the right arm?
Complete thread -- It sounds like she is correcting herself and says, "IV fluids are started at (someplace?)
Complete thread -- I'd flag it as she cuts it off too closely
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- extension of distended stomach
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- I got it! "above the level of the diaphragm on the left.'
Complete thread -- Since he said "unknown significance" I think "very small" might be right.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- H&H is correct; as you have typed it, it is right.
Complete thread -- Also, don't think "the level" is right; I hear "of the left arm of the (?)"
Complete thread -- extending of distended stomach?
Complete thread -- The patient has menometrorrhagia
Complete thread -- As noted there is ______ of distended stomach
Complete thread -- and stranding of mesentry over the, not in the colon
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l *very small* IgM monoclonal
Complete thread -- if this is related to the Bochadalek hernia posting above
Complete thread -- ?type this as 5-105??
Complete thread -- " is 05 105," Looks like she heard it!
Complete thread -- Ignore this. Had another blank.
Complete thread -- darn, what a mess. I hate dictators like that!
Complete thread -- better feeling? like after he is feeling a little better?
Complete thread -- not sure of what else it could be, so if that is what you hear...
Complete thread -- Ocuvite, Cipro, and very recently added metronidazole.
Complete thread -- Ocuvite
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Bochdalek hernia
Complete thread -- May need colon study after _____
Complete thread -- s/l boke ta lake hernia
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- lack of full contrast?
Complete thread -- in the book, I found Fluonex cream
Complete thread -- not sure what this report is for, but the entire paragraph is *odd*
Complete thread -- mp3 file. The med sounds like fluornox. Cannot find anywhere.
Complete thread -- #2 Cipro?
Complete thread -- "recently added metronidazole" maybe.
Complete thread -- sorry, I meant Cymbalta after Synthroid. I can hear metronidazole
Complete thread -- Ocuvite? the last "might" have Cymbalta in it + something else,
Complete thread -- lack of ?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. it is scratch that.
Complete thread -- aspirin, potassium supplement, ________, Synthroid, ________, and _____.
Complete thread -- The study was limited due to *nick a fall* contrast.
Complete thread -- slowly as she ... Scratch that....
Complete thread -- "scratch that" meaning to omit the sentence.
Complete thread -- this is the total history behind it all
Complete thread -- She never said she heard 105.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- strangury --- I do a lot of Urology work.
Complete thread -- May be indomethacin (Indocin, Indocin-SR), but if you can't be sure, flag it.
Complete thread -- s/l endosanamine ? s/m
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- you're too!
Complete thread -- it WAS! :-)
Complete thread -- oh, sorry, was researching and missed your link. Your AWESOME! Thanks!
Complete thread -- I thought my link was awesome. :( yw
Complete thread -- Thank you. The cathode/anode reference made it much
Complete thread -- What to do with the 105 she hears?
Complete thread -- okay thanks...that was my first thought too.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- paired, cathode and anode
Complete thread -- doctor is applying facial nerve stimulator, using the phrase
Complete thread -- not urea. straining to urinate.. something along those lines.
Complete thread -- tiny fat nidus.
Complete thread -- urology question...patient with urinary frequency, phrase I'm not familiar with. sm
Complete thread -- must mean a whip stitch
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- gauze packing
Complete thread -- zero degrees = full extension, so I would say 0-5.
Complete thread -- The first word sounds like "poorly" to me.
Complete thread -- or the amount of vessels, thanks
Complete thread -- I sort of heard only vessels. You are right with amount.
Complete thread -- __________ amount of vessels??
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- yep, just heard it
Complete thread -- skilled? (SNF)
Complete thread -- care after knee surgery
Complete thread -- I googled around a bit because I had no idea what that was, and I finally
Complete thread -- "asynclitism"
Complete thread -- anyway, thanks all for your suggestions, might as well flagged it
Complete thread -- I dont rthink so, the preceding word is tiny.
Complete thread -- ^ example of adenitis and you are hearing the of as fatenitis?
Complete thread -- the mid pole of the kidney, described as echogenic nonshadowing area on US
Complete thread -- how do you write Calculated T1/2 post Lasix? is 19 minutes on the lt and 37 on the rt
Complete thread -- adenitis? with possibly blending in of what is said prior?
Complete thread -- Patient has ITP, which is why she is taking the prednisone.
Complete thread -- is he saying zero five? Oh five? Maybe is about 5 to 105? I can't hear what is being said
Complete thread -- What part of the body is being studied?
Complete thread -- sp knee arthroscopy
Complete thread -- anyone heard of "s/l fatnitis" seen on ultrasound
Complete thread -- cauterization and then *quar* and packing
Complete thread -- erythematous *floatation* left gluteal
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thrombolyta tetra -maybe just saying thrombocytopenic purpura
Complete thread -- s/l a-sing'-gwo-tism
Complete thread -- no symptoms at all.
Complete thread -- Now, he is stable for discharge back home. No symptoms _____. The patient w
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- budesonide nebulizer (Symbicort) I don't hear anything listed on #2@hy
Complete thread -- sure, that sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- s/l butenazide nebulizer may be budesonide Symbicort?
Complete thread -- The arrhythmia is *around* for a short period of time
Complete thread -- Proventil, albuterol, ______ nebulizer. He is getting _____ 100 mg tab
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- The pleural cavity was visualized with a (_s/l lypid_) retractor?
Complete thread -- nevermind that, it's not an inhaler! time to wake up for me!!
Complete thread -- bumetanide
Complete thread -- med s/l butenazide nebulizer .... dill autin eed 100 mg
Complete thread -- NM, flagged and sent.
Complete thread -- side effects of prednisone include *thrombolyta tetra* were
Complete thread -- chronic bibasilar *generalized* changes
Complete thread -- onelook above has urine stasis and urinary stasis but you might
Complete thread -- not a "real" word but urostasis, see link.
Complete thread -- need help with word
Complete thread -- calcaneus is correct.
Complete thread -- you'll have better luck researching if you spell calcaneus with one L.
Complete thread -- what is the difference between callcaneus and callcaneous
Complete thread -- nm = shouldn't respond to a post when my eyes aren't fully open and
Complete thread -- omeprazole is correct spelling
Complete thread -- Yes, he is repeating the omeprazol, that's why I left it out. I'll relisten for the
Complete thread -- sounds like omeprazol, Aciphex??
Complete thread -- acidophilus (ck sp)
Complete thread -- here's the PMH-
Complete thread -- blank help please WAV sent!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was thinking rapid alternating movements too, just
Complete thread -- dysdiadochokinesis
Complete thread -- Same Iraqi dictator. Pt has normal *disado conesia* test.
Complete thread -- Some of us didn't. But some insist that anything they can find
Complete thread -- I forgot to pay attention to the dosing instructions lol
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sounds nasty after reading ingredients.
Complete thread -- nope, asti is a wine and comes in liters and magnums
Complete thread -- nm, probably doesn't come in pint size since it is a wine
Complete thread -- WAG Asti Spumante
Complete thread -- check that spelling though
Complete thread -- Jaegermeister maybe (it is hard liquor that is popular)
Complete thread -- here is a link from UCSD with an image that is helpful
Complete thread -- Pt is alcoholic. Drinks a pint of *yogo motzi* daily, and 12-18 pack
Complete thread -- I think we are forgeting this is a CT imaging report
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- looking up flaccid, it would work..odd way to use it though.
Complete thread -- that may be but not in the context being used here.
Complete thread -- cord (kord) any long, cylindrical, flexible structure; called also chord, chorda, and fu
Complete thread -- Thanks, that was very helpful.
Complete thread -- usually hear "condition has plateaud"
Complete thread -- the spermatic cord is naturally occuring in males --sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did google but closed that window really quickly when I saw those hits.
Complete thread -- Afraid to Google that, but I think ok. Stedman's showing testicular cord
Complete thread -- Left side of penis with varicosity with some firmness in varicosity, questionable
Complete thread -- sry
Complete thread -- I hear "physiologic ......(?) thoracic spondylosis.
Complete thread -- fluid shift?
Complete thread -- what's wrong? what's happening/happened. Is he misuing flaccid?
Complete thread -- This is cirtical, I think.
Complete thread -- Her condition now is *flacid* and intervention probably would be futile
Complete thread -- This can happen with *flu sheet*, congestion, thrombosis of hepatic veins.
Complete thread -- This is considered severe *critic and* aortic stenosis
Complete thread -- Different WAV.
Complete thread -- She also had atherosclerotic changes and _____ thoracic spondylosis
Complete thread -- thanks! Will try a different/better search technique next time.
Complete thread -- also try adding the word balloon before reservoir
Complete thread -- here are some sites to check out
Complete thread -- I'd vote self-correction. started saying IV p.o. and then corrected to IV 'and' p.o.
Complete thread -- urology question, regarding artificial sphincter/reservoir...sm
Complete thread -- IVP dye = iodine-based contrast = can be used for other things, the docs just
Complete thread -- Stop it with the linky links, darlene - I know that. I was just saying.
Complete thread -- Retroconal it is.
Complete thread -- Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI),
Complete thread -- LOL It is also American Health Data Institute (AHDI). Makes me think of that war between
Complete thread -- unless it was retrocorneal
Complete thread -- retroconal would be correct. sm
Complete thread -- C-dif??? oh man. lol. I was not that person, but if you tried to say C-dif
Complete thread -- I would put 0.321 g/L of protein.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I'm dyslexic. A H D I --Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI),
Complete thread -- why would the use intraventous pyelogram "dye" for the pancreas?
Complete thread -- Use your skills to do a proper search and get back with us, okay.
Complete thread -- AHDI
Complete thread -- Refine your search so you get the CORRECT phrase, not the words
Complete thread -- whacha know "keep up" here is even more. Get off my back sm
Complete thread -- I put in something close- I forgot what already- and flagged it.
Complete thread -- The entire list might be helpful. Say, if she is on NSAIDs, what darlene says makes sense
Complete thread -- and all legit sources too, every one of them. Don't big me with snarky. LINK
Complete thread -- look again, that was retrocorneal not retroconal
Complete thread -- s/l asaflex - may be AcipHex (rabeprazole) a PPI for GERD sm
Complete thread -- already discussed, see post below...
Complete thread -- retroconal space. sm
Complete thread -- Maybe he means - google osteoflex
Complete thread -- ? SerraGold
Complete thread -- tnx poi
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks much!
Complete thread -- Thanks, that gets me closer, but still not there... I think doc is misreading again....
Complete thread -- AAMT is the OLD name of ADHI. The 3rd Edition by ADHI is the current edition.
Complete thread -- Which BoS is it that's recommended? I found one by adhi and another by aamt.
Complete thread -- drugs.com, enter *flex
Complete thread -- Dangit - I actually swore at home. I Googled ceftriaxone 200 and came up with
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Med s/l Asaflex clear 'L' sound in there.. PMH only for arthritis
Complete thread -- 1. she was independent at home
Complete thread -- I was going with 'of the first set' but it wasn't. Never occurred to just drop set
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- actually, by looking at the prior records of the first, of growing
Complete thread -- The patient is actually, by looking at the prior records on the 1st, growing... ??
Complete thread -- this is the only retro space in my CT anatomy book dealing
Complete thread -- Having trouble documenting that dose for ceftriaxone. (??)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks - I have a guess, just not confident.
Complete thread -- I tried phonetic search at drugs.com and among other suggestions
Complete thread -- oops ceftriaxone 200 mg t.i.d.
Complete thread -- IV and p.o. contrast? (not sure of the extra P after IV)
Complete thread -- I agree with other poster, Dulcolax and something, is it ceftriaxone 200"?
Complete thread -- That's what I am hearing, too.
Complete thread -- IVP (dye) and p.o. contrast
Complete thread -- Dulcolax, which we will discontinue - DuoNebs will be continued for comfort care?
Complete thread -- s/l IVP-NPO contrast s/m
Complete thread -- Not seeing it expressed as a ratio in any of these hits...
Complete thread -- ignore my above suggestion.. but in this case sm
Complete thread -- how about retrobulbar space?
Complete thread -- s/l declirate and ceragold
Complete thread -- Her urine was positive for (0.3 to 1 or 0.3:1 ) g/L of protein - which is correct?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing Dulcolax for your first s/l but I can't get the rest of what
Complete thread -- but the anatomical term was ? spaces, not membrane.
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- retrocorneal membrane - Stedman's ophthalmology
Complete thread -- Thank you, it's microarray analysis tks
Complete thread -- check out microarray analysis.
Complete thread -- What kind of cancers does he have? Is (bone) marrow part of your s/l perhaps?
Complete thread -- s/l ? macro RN
Complete thread -- never mind, sent in
Complete thread -- Heh, that's what I figured. Bollocks. Okay, well, thank you for trying at least!
Complete thread -- ewww. Neither in Dorland's either. And googling both with quotes, there were 4 hits for
Complete thread -- CT of the orbits with contrast.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- yep, as in nerve root
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l ? root? s.m
Complete thread -- could it be something like positive fraying found on the left?
Complete thread -- How does this look for commas?
Complete thread -- long shot-can you hear drop-arm test?
Complete thread -- Look what happens if you google: pregnant NST
Complete thread -- Thanks very much, bb.
Complete thread -- nonstress test
Complete thread -- pregnant pt, fetal movement was normal, S/L NST? was reactive
Complete thread -- I think the third is the latest.
Complete thread -- s/l.... Fray-form test... sm
Complete thread -- I want to buy a BoS. Are there multiple editions, and if so, which is the latest?
Complete thread -- I google.com + types of pneumonia=Take a look LINK
Complete thread -- You've got mispelled words, words not capped that s/b and words
Complete thread -- s/l ? rosa muca pneumonia ? s/m
Complete thread -- is the pt from CA?
Complete thread -- Corus CAD test ?
Complete thread -- Been transcribing for this doctor for almost a year. He is very exact ...
Complete thread -- just a routine exam - only thing is hypertension
Complete thread -- what is the current working diagnosis? or what goes before this (need more context)
Complete thread -- Clinic note: I also suggested getting a s/l Core CAD given his strong family history.
Complete thread -- yeah, could be :-)
Complete thread -- or patient can't spell (and doctor is reading his list).
Complete thread -- ahh. so any idea on the word before that?
Complete thread -- I think I was grasping. Will flag.
Complete thread -- guess-Allerest?(docs can't spell)
Complete thread -- I can't get it, but can't get Crohn's out of it.
Complete thread -- Current Medications: Simvastatin, Nexium, Fortical, s/l Alreds (Dr sp ...
Complete thread -- IRIS stands for Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome.
Complete thread -- "iris" might be part of a longer word preceding syndrome.
Complete thread -- New wav that is slowed down quite a bit. Crohn's disease?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- NM flagged and sent
Complete thread -- Haven't figured out the pressor yet, but it is IRIS.
Complete thread -- listen if dictated as "Sézary's syndrome" Sézary syndrome(drop apostrophe)close to yourS/L
Complete thread -- is it the name of place/city where the PT is located?
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- check out - Albert Sézary syndrome
Complete thread -- context-wise, don't see what any kind of "iris" syndrome would have to
Complete thread -- WAG- benztropine?
Complete thread -- She has had no seizures since she was seen in April. She remains on T ...
Complete thread -- concern was for *Pressor iris* syndrome.
Complete thread -- Oh, if I were that lady's age and had her list, I would be depressed.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I put it in and flagged and want to see what QA thinks.
Complete thread -- *its possibility.
Complete thread -- that's why I threw the "mg" in there, to help filter the results.
Complete thread -- Amira. Does not Google. I spelled that exactly right. Only found by your link. Not on
Complete thread -- Followup with physical therapy and can of *St. Ives*.
Complete thread -- Humira sounds much closer than Amaryl. Only thought that for the diabetes.
Complete thread -- btw, even though depression not listed, wouldn't be the first time I've
Complete thread -- Amira? (antidepressant) see link
Complete thread -- This is my secondary account. For my primary, this would be easy. This one has to
Complete thread -- hmm. Not Humira after all, for sure. thinking...
Complete thread -- not really seeing an indication for it on quick glance, but Humira?
Complete thread -- WAV file included. Question blank and the last sentence. Poor placement, cord placement?
Complete thread -- medication sounds like amera, omera? Ideas? Leaning toward Amaryl but if anything
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- you could have just put it under the lab results and only had to move that heading
Complete thread -- agree "general medical problems"
Complete thread -- Sounds like "general" medical problems to me
Complete thread -- here for reevaluation of his ____ medical problems +wav
Complete thread -- Not a bad suggestion, probably better in general, but the way the way
Complete thread -- I agree with PHM.
Complete thread -- PMH rather than HPI?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- never mind. just moved it up to the PMH instead.
Complete thread -- p.o.'s is fine as is, imo.
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- opinions for a heading?
Complete thread -- I'd leave the 's off at end. She is not taking p.o.
Complete thread -- doc says "she is not taking p.o.'s" is there a better way to put that or as is?
Complete thread -- Possibly, thanks.
Complete thread -- . . . she would state, "Oh, I don't feel right" or "Oh, I am getting weak,"
Complete thread -- infectious disease?
Complete thread -- abbreviation help - sm
Complete thread -- gemfibrozil maybe, generic Lipitor.
Complete thread -- Provide diagnoses and other meds and maybe we can help.
Complete thread -- Not there.
Complete thread -- thnx 4 op
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and type in *pril and see if you find in the list.
Complete thread -- No, not in my opinion.
Complete thread -- don't know brain surgery, but found this
Complete thread -- In a list of meds, s/l jem-a-pril or agemapril.
Complete thread -- Thanks very much for your help!
Complete thread -- 2. Wondering if abbrev. false vocal cord..FVC?
Complete thread -- yes, that would be it. Thanks to both for your help.
Complete thread -- ? peau d'orange
Complete thread -- Maybe peau d'orange (skin with the appearance of an orange peel)?
Complete thread -- 1. anterior-inferior
Complete thread -- 3. infiltrating
Complete thread -- s/l pol-a-ronge
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor (three blanks).
Complete thread -- did i punctuate correctly
Complete thread -- your right, your left, and your middle....
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- blood with that or otherwise.
Complete thread -- Can someone who knows brain surgery be so kind as to confirm that this sentence is
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- i was way off thnx
Complete thread -- ,a Dallas suburb,
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- reputable sites on google are calling it Step-Down or step-down, if that helps.
Complete thread -- Research pulmonary artery wedge pressure. nm
Complete thread -- as in wedge pressure
Complete thread -- s/l initial reading of a *wedge of 25*. Patient has respiratory failure and MI.
Complete thread -- I think it actually doesn't matter, that it could be either way. It reads the same.
Complete thread -- Just an aside, when my nephew was in the hospital ICU, I saw signs
Complete thread -- step-down unit
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not that Google is the be-all and end-all, but when google that phrase, most
Complete thread -- I'd use the hyphen in that context.
Complete thread -- The patient was sent to the "step down" unit after...
Complete thread -- or step down unit?
Complete thread -- step-down or stepdown unit?
Complete thread -- COPD screen, consistent
Complete thread -- COPD screen, consistent
Complete thread -- pft is consistent with COPD ___ consistent with mild obstructive...
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will go with the period after "from."
Complete thread -- "your" right?
Complete thread -- wav not there but bicarb or CO2 are possibles
Complete thread -- perhaps saying "pattern consistent with"
Complete thread -- stroke (or upstroke)
Complete thread -- * yes period there. the silk was for hemostasis so need comma at ** IMHO
Complete thread -- Operative note. He is so halted and slow in his dictation that I'm having trouble
Complete thread -- decreased JVP is all I can think would fit
Complete thread -- Robitussin?
Complete thread -- faint carotid bruit on the right but no decreased ___noted (think begins with s)
Complete thread -- disagree, not good for newbie or old timers. Do the numbers $$. Say the requirement is sm
Complete thread -- patient has URI, if not better in next several days take s/l robatexlin
Complete thread -- omeprazole
Complete thread -- dutasteride?
Complete thread -- s/l amparazol 20 mg patient is s/p cabg
Complete thread -- s/l detasaroid for BPH? sm
Complete thread -- PFT = pulmonary function test. Sprain isn't right. Destructive prob constrictive
Complete thread -- pft is consistent with PFT s/l sprain consistent with mild destructive and restructiv
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemia ?
Complete thread -- No it is not changing. It IS dying. What other career can you make the same thing
Complete thread -- Amen!
Complete thread -- father died at 60 from coronary artery disease, diabetes mellitus and hyper____ + wav
Complete thread -- agree with FEF
Complete thread -- He didn't pass google 101.
Complete thread -- Is Bruce still around? I'm not around at night much. He was
Complete thread -- other one was already replied to -thanks
Complete thread -- Are we having fun yet? What you really need is English 101, m'dear.
Complete thread -- someone posted over you
Complete thread -- CO2?
Complete thread -- potassium 3.2, sodium 131, _____ 23.7, chloride 90
Complete thread -- U.S. jobs 101
Complete thread -- U.S. jobs 101
Complete thread -- U.S. jobs 101 ...
Complete thread -- U.S. jobs 101
Complete thread -- i have posted wav now
Complete thread -- *hope Andrew passes his test*
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- rugal folds
Complete thread -- your right, I should have :(
Complete thread -- you mean venules?
Complete thread -- FEF maybe?
Complete thread -- veneols
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oh, hey, "pls" is cool. a dead give-away every time.
Complete thread -- I think the word we were looking for was *please*
Complete thread -- no, it sucks. and I'm not going to correct very basic, easy English for you.
Complete thread -- I wasn't going to help, but here is my suggestion. Your welcome
Complete thread -- PFT is consistent with decreased FVC and s/l FPF
Complete thread -- Is it okay Mr. Bedside manner 101 ? ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- quite a style of asking for help there, you have.
Complete thread -- correct this
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for your help and the tip re the search box. I appr ...
Complete thread -- i.e., used your spelling of "comten" in the search box.
Complete thread -- Comtan?
Complete thread -- I agree, it definitely makes sense in the sentence.
Complete thread -- not laughing at you...this just make me smile :)
Complete thread -- why not ascertain? doc could just be mangling it
Complete thread -- I agree with that, just couldn't figure out why if as a kid
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Lumen
Complete thread -- s/l lemon of the trach tube - sm
Complete thread -- Geriatric patient - medication help please
Complete thread -- but that's a verb...nevermind
Complete thread -- attest?
Complete thread -- s/l ascertest
Complete thread -- enema?
Complete thread -- lol..my WAG included two children, but thought I better not LOL
Complete thread -- Duh, I just got it. Doc's pronunciation is bad. It's phosphate-based *enema.*
Complete thread -- could it be "intravenous"
Complete thread -- waaaay wag: She was preparing a meal (dinner?) and dropped some soup.
Complete thread -- (Oops, tiny error: according "to" GFR)
Complete thread -- If happened as a kid, maybe the history isn't certain. ??
Complete thread -- Will flag. Normally, I have tons of flags with him. Only this 1 today.
Complete thread -- I appreciate all suggestions! I mentioned surgical because this was said in surgical
Complete thread -- For pt with kidney insult. Avoid phosphate-based *edema,* contrast agents....
Complete thread -- left-sided, sorry, make that right-sided...
Complete thread -- left sided something anyway...he's a tough one!
Complete thread -- guillotine
Complete thread -- I think I hear left sided stomach and right sided upper extremity
Complete thread -- Normally, I can get a word or 2. Had no clue here. Thought I could have heard noon and
Complete thread -- Sorry, no help. It's a blankity blank from me.
Complete thread -- go to a good school, look online. It's not dying, it's changing.
Complete thread -- You were right on target:)
Complete thread -- I think this is a nephrology consult, not surgical, but doesn't
Complete thread -- I don't think this condition would be *questionable* as indicated before your s/l
Complete thread -- Ah, but on relistening...he's likely mangling it, but I'd better flag. Sounds more like
Complete thread -- It's in my dictionary, but not a surgical condition per se (more mental it seems).
Complete thread -- I think this is it. Thanks to you and above helper for trying!
Complete thread -- check out paruresis on google...not in my dictionary though..
Complete thread -- WAV file.
Complete thread -- hypoparuria?
Complete thread -- hypospadias
Complete thread -- (Oops, just realized this is actually under past surgical history, if that helps any.)
Complete thread -- yes, he says for (then pauses and changes his mind)... to rule out. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Questionable history of *hypo parry asis* as a kid w/ meatal stenosis.
Complete thread -- sure it isn't *to rule out*?
Complete thread -- for "rule out diverticulitis."
Complete thread -- I am going to order a CT scan for *draw* diverticulitis.
Complete thread -- hmmm..just make sure I'm not "way off" on my suggestion
Complete thread -- we provided care at home S/L GKAC? and the custodial care team
Complete thread -- He was way off on his pronunciation, too. He is a med student, of course.
Complete thread -- yes, ty!
Complete thread -- Ah. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- cholesteatoma
Complete thread -- s/l uh koe lee uh see uh toe ma
Complete thread -- Thanks. It was the only word I could think, just did not think I really heard it.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I hear streak of blood in her phlegm
Complete thread -- There is a Copaxone?
Complete thread -- wav file sent. I thought streak but does not really sound like that.
Complete thread -- Does not sound like full thickness at all. Definitely sounds like tengris or entegris.
Complete thread -- sounds like strevo, very ESL
Complete thread -- adverse med reaction from Zanaflex, Nuerontin, Imuran, or S/L Copoxin?
Complete thread -- I agree :)
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help. I am questioning it enough that I need to flag it.
Complete thread -- does any of that make sense with the rest of the report?
Complete thread -- possible patellar dislocation? (not sure I'm hearing it, but
Complete thread -- one more guess....Bledsoe?
Complete thread -- Let's try this again - 2 blanks - pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- same here, can't hear it
Complete thread -- I could barely hear it....sorry!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions, but I'm sure these are not it.
Complete thread -- Breg?
Complete thread -- IROM?
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in a s/l "ballad" knee brace
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- as well as an order to be done at our
Complete thread -- absolutely agree. Get into the health care field, just not MTing
Complete thread -- better yet!
Complete thread -- our diagnosis and to ensure that we are not overlooking a more
Complete thread -- I agree but I think it is *our* diagnosis
Complete thread -- as well as an order
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- guillitine
Complete thread -- We have also given her a script for upper GI with small bowel follow-t ...
Complete thread -- We would like to obtain a few more tests to be certain of her diagnose ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that would be abbrev FTSG
Complete thread -- full thickness?
Complete thread -- STSG?
Complete thread -- NM have to send.
Complete thread -- were not enlightening ____? underlying process
Complete thread -- enlightening as to the patient's
Complete thread -- enlightening as to the patient's
Complete thread -- CT imaging of the abdomen and pelvis and gastric emptying study, all o ...
Complete thread -- AKA in a s/l D-king fashion?
Complete thread -- infection, vasculitis, pheochromocytoma, or *exchange* syndrome.
Complete thread -- Tengris or entengris graft??
Complete thread -- Could not agree more!!
Complete thread -- In this day and age, it's a dying profession.
Complete thread -- I sent the report in by now, but it would have been Schober.
Complete thread -- agree with above (for archives)
Complete thread -- yes, you've got it; it googles
Complete thread -- pretendinous Thanks
Complete thread -- palpable "pre-din-ous" cord over the MCP. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but might be helpful if there were more
Complete thread -- Schober (test)
Complete thread -- also...she has normal (missing has)
Complete thread -- Dictator speaks clearly. This still sounds like shober expands
Complete thread -- WAG-shoulder? shoulder span is from?
Complete thread -- Her s/l *shober* expands from 10 to 15 cm, and she normal lumbar lordo ...
Complete thread -- (and if you lack that expertise now, you need the conviction/perseverance to acquire it
Complete thread -- decent knowledge of anatomy and physiology would be a big plus.
Complete thread -- (we, your helpers, are "teasing" you with our answers here! SM
Complete thread -- (thanks. Unknown to me....:-)
Complete thread -- agree - this is the easiest way. LOL
Complete thread -- (SNARK!) oops, sorry, I breathed in thru my nose too hard all at once....
Complete thread -- Learn to post an mp3 or a wav and let us do the work for you.
Complete thread -- Saying "colpo" maybe? (colposuspension)
Complete thread -- (oops, forgive my spelling error, should be "curriculum.")
Complete thread -- I agree you need to complete an MT training program through a school, "bricks-and-mortar"
Complete thread -- you need pl sm
Complete thread -- how to become MT ?
Complete thread -- Why, thank ye kindly, fan!! I WONDERED why some were being deleted even though I myself
Complete thread -- yeah, then I or other 'unnamed' fans of yours would press at 'abusive post' and BillyBob
Complete thread -- Not to worry! I do that all the time! (Of course, the trolls DO jump on me for that!)
Complete thread -- I didn't read the question properly (rather misread 'uterine' as 'urine') saw the s/l and
Complete thread -- (regarding the #3 "funny.")
Complete thread -- (whew!! thanks for your f/u post, Mgt's fan! My head was SPINNING!!! LOL! :-)
Complete thread -- sorry, pls ignore the above..
Complete thread -- check out SPEP, UPEP
Complete thread -- (sorry, honey. I shot my "wad" when you thought it was "EL")
Complete thread -- ( I did, indeed!!! Thanks!!! :-) (Re ML vulnerability, maybe best to leave it as "our fr
Complete thread -- hearing DL biopsy, does he mean direct laryngoscopy biopsy?
Complete thread -- WOW, starfish!!! My hat is off to you!!! (you actually heard that??? you wizard, you!!!)
Complete thread -- seems fine
Complete thread -- Questions to Mgt (and even other similar helpers) (No real questions) read at leisure
Complete thread -- WAG-WAG EL biopsy, meaning endoscopic lingual biopsy? SM
Complete thread -- help with word pls.. s/l EL biopsy sm please.
Complete thread -- PT has uterine prolapse and incontinence. May need an s/l UPPO.
Complete thread -- Oh, I just noticed the "no feedback/no thx" mentioned about OPs.
Complete thread -- s/l cues
Complete thread -- As in the OPs not giving any helpful info/context surrounding whatever term they're...
Complete thread -- (OP's haven't given us much lately, and we helpers haven't given them much, either.)
Complete thread -- (WB traffic has become entirely too slow for me tonight. I bid y'all all "adieu,"
Complete thread -- Probably late on this, but I think I hear "with (or and) subsequent dementia".
Complete thread -- Yep, not even a snarky "tnx" lately, lol.
Complete thread -- I'm late on this & haven't a clue what's goin' on. What're we talking about here?
Complete thread -- OK, y'all, besides hearing "papillary edema" rather than "hyperlipidemia", I can't catch s
Complete thread -- (Yeah!!!:-) Thanks, dfllnn. Can your golden ears "get" what comes after "TIA"??Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I hear "papillary edema, coronary artery disease, atrial fibrillation, prior TIA's
Complete thread -- I'm feeling "all pumped up, now"!!
Complete thread -- WOW! & I thought my short-wave radio, Morse code, & call sign alphabet studies were in
Complete thread -- (but, then, when helpers are scraping the very bottom of the barrel=exactly when feedback=
Complete thread -- well, truthfully, there was Precious Little Insight to thank the helpers for, I confide.
Complete thread -- Wham, bam, (not even a) thank you, ma'am?
Complete thread -- (In any case, Lo, thanks for communicating and "being alive"!!! :-)
Complete thread -- but that could make sense, both TIA and vasc dementia in past history....(???)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- (I didn't actually hear the "slash," but, then, I couldn't really discern ANYTHING inthere
Complete thread -- (I'll listen again.)
Complete thread -- I thought I heard him say "slash", as in TIA/dementia. sounded odd to me.
Complete thread -- Margaret (the "nag,":-) points out WB has received no OP feedback in 2.5 hrs, SM
Complete thread -- I DIDN'T HEAR HIM SAY IT, but I'm speculating "TIA, vascular dementia."
Complete thread -- wav posted. please sm
Complete thread -- WAG: might doc be saying "and is baseline FM," meaning "is @ baseline for fine motor funct
Complete thread -- I believe your s/l = ELISA, (a method,) and neither ES N nor ESON.
Complete thread -- anterior..
Complete thread -- anterior portion of its attachment,.....
Complete thread -- my hunch=s/l represents name of lab, or designation of method, for which the serum was sen
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (my take=lab tests vary in sensitivity, specificity. SM)
Complete thread -- baseline, from what I have observed, ........(2 syllables that s/l "foreign," but obviousl
Complete thread -- Arthroscopic Resection
Complete thread -- She does have fine motor impairments of the left upper extremity as a ...
Complete thread -- s/l ESON cat scratch serologies
Complete thread -- thanks. I agree, based on research after I naievely suggested it, before retraction.
Complete thread -- markedly red
Complete thread -- (I'm wondering if doc knew that "Y" in Eng wasn't "egrek," but just guessed pronunciation.
Complete thread -- yes she is - I thought maybe she meant Y, but said U, especially with ESL
Complete thread -- Is doc ESL? because the spoken sounds of the alphabet differ in other languages.
Complete thread -- If he is clearly saying U, I think he is clear wrong :)
Complete thread -- actually, I guess it should be typed Roux-en-Y
Complete thread -- Roux-en-y
Complete thread -- This doc is clearly saying Roux-en-"u" gastrojejunostomy - has anyone heard of that?
Complete thread -- I just want to ask an MRI tech how they make someone
Complete thread -- I agree after researching...wtg Paula
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I think ABER is it. The doc just added an S to it . . .
Complete thread -- Thank you so so so much! Gonna use it and mark it down for next time!!!
Complete thread -- Adiabatic? WAG-as this is a sequence rather than a view
Complete thread -- Maybe: Abduction External Rotation (ABER) View ?..nm
Complete thread -- MRI of the shoulder. Sounds like "A-VARE-IST" view. See below, and thanks.
Complete thread -- (does that mean we'll come back on Tuesday even more "clueless in Gaza"?
Complete thread -- (agree; not an issue if one may edit sl, of course)
Complete thread -- the Krackow suture/technique more likely to hear in ortho surg.nm
Complete thread -- since on a PPI (nexium) may be Aciphex (slurred) sm
Complete thread -- Effient (prasugrel)? Maybe referring to interaction/no interaction with Nexium
Complete thread -- Doesn't s/l NSAID. I'm sending it in. Thanks
Complete thread -- (an) NSAID, and she could not...?
Complete thread -- Yeah Friday, and a long weekend to boot!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ahh...I see that now. I apologize if I caused confusion, was
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- helper said she'd insert "the"
Complete thread -- and neither does the acromioclavicular joint have a 'line'
Complete thread -- Prevacid?
Complete thread -- Med s/l "eff-ee-ed (ESL)
Complete thread -- If fact, adding *between* would infer that between
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he makes sense to me without adding words not dictated
Complete thread -- actually coracoacromial is a reference to two parts of the
Complete thread -- I would add the between in and attempts..then I think it makes sense.
Complete thread -- passed into the fracture site and *in attempts, the fracture lost reduction.*
Complete thread -- ah-ha, subacromial
Complete thread -- WAG-unremarkable?
Complete thread -- no, perhaps was correcting from "they were..." to "Maculae red." can have cherry red spot
Complete thread -- It's highly recommended to always listen to entire report!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? s/l "they were maculae red"
Complete thread -- I thought that too but that is a ligament not joint line
Complete thread -- coracoacromial
Complete thread -- maybe doc was saying acromioclavicular joint line backward.. clavicoacromial?
Complete thread -- left shoulder pain
Complete thread -- That makes sense, doc could have shortened to "A cricoid (hook understood)"
Complete thread -- could s/l be "cricoid" again, and is "A" instead "The"?
Complete thread -- cricoid hook?
Complete thread -- Yea. I'm not finding anything either. Thanks anyway. QA here we come.
Complete thread -- (forget that suggestion; no docu traction.)
Complete thread -- Way wag: Krakow? as in a locking Krakow suture technique?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- or maybe they would. it appears to google okay. how do you know it's a "med?"
Complete thread -- s/l cry-coat - this is on a tracheostomy
Complete thread -- Silvercel is a dressing? but I don't suppose they'd say "topically."
Complete thread -- Lol. Okey. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I googled AndroGel to shoulders
Complete thread -- google
Complete thread -- yes, ty!
Complete thread -- Could it be Silvasorb gel
Complete thread -- She's saying "AndroGel to shoulders daily" in the med list. Can that be correct
Complete thread -- Med S/L SilverCell? to the rt leg topically q 7 days
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret! I can always count on you!
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file of it?
Complete thread -- 1.
Complete thread -- doc did not stop or hesitate. where would you put a period? thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you.. no wonder I couldn't find it.. I was spelling wrong..thanks
Complete thread -- only in urban dictionaries or chocolate factories (my bad)
Complete thread -- if there were, we probably wouldn't be giving you all these other suggestions :-)
Complete thread -- Wonderful!! That MUST be it! Ya Done Good!!
Complete thread -- /mm3 (but the 3 should be superscript if you can, but I can't, so I don't).
Complete thread -- forgot to say also that my search engines are down and that is why i am here. Is there a
Complete thread -- "brackus with"=tricuspid? sm
Complete thread -- long or short "a"? Could it be "bradys" instead? Maybe doc said "acid brash" as well as
Complete thread -- Thanks again. I really hear *known brackus* (or prackus). Flagging. : )
Complete thread -- what is the correct way to type "per mm cubed" ??
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion. He's really mangling it if that's what he's saying. I can't get
Complete thread -- Nah, he's clear enough and not even ESL, just home-grown incoherent!
Complete thread -- or, try known "brady(cardia)" induced by vagal stim of regurgitation?
Complete thread -- ? opportunistic infection
Complete thread -- acid brash is in the ball park of what you need.
Complete thread -- 99.2 temporally (doc stuttering and changed to temporal) to BE feeling better.. bronchitis
Complete thread -- PAP not evaluated as there is known *brackus* with regurgitation.
Complete thread -- rhonchi?
Complete thread -- ROFL!
Complete thread -- rhonchi? = "wonk-eye"?
Complete thread -- WAG... and histopathology for disease?
Complete thread -- ortho help pls. s/l wonkeye? see message and thanks for your help
Complete thread -- (it must have been tough reading about the psych history through the endoscope eyepiece!
Complete thread -- lol..after a visit to the dictionary, I thank you!
Complete thread -- "Upper endoscopy revealed mild inflammation & gastritis & history of bipolar disease"
Complete thread -- (hehehehe! as though ANY doc, let alone ESL, would know punctuation, anyhow! ROFLMBO!
Complete thread -- (actually, poi, don't sell your perspicacity short!! Your posts teach me a lot!! :-)
Complete thread -- I can beat that though...I spent an hour looking for
Complete thread -- and of course they NEVER spell the tough stuff! lol
Complete thread -- not really, just too many times docs spelling things out is not helpful! --sm
Complete thread -- thank you for clarifying...I was confused :)
Complete thread -- You win the gold-plated cuspidor of the day, hclokc! :-)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- (I was incorrect about which of the 2 words better fit meaning, SM
Complete thread -- OMG! You're good. Thanks again, you guys!
Complete thread -- G-L-O could sound like "yellow" IMHO
Complete thread -- agree with hclokc
Complete thread -- no apostrophe
Complete thread -- I hear EEG was abnormal with discharges in the bifrontal area... epileptiform correlates
Complete thread -- The patient received three days of Tamiflu and Levaquin during hospitalization.
Complete thread -- very excellent suggestion!!! incl b/c Pt wouldn't say "globus" or "yellow" in describing.
Complete thread -- #2= "correlate." #1 (maybe something about sharp wave forms?)
Complete thread -- WAG... could doc be spelling out g-l-o-b-u-s where you hear "yellow BUS"?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- yellow sensation?
Complete thread -- Go with this correct answer, please, and ignore mine!! lol!
Complete thread -- just for my info, isn't intercalating to insert? Why would that be better?
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- In the past, he had a normal brain MRI in 2005 and EEG which ______ of the bifrontal
Complete thread -- bolus
Complete thread -- Hurthle cell adenoma maybe?
Complete thread -- thank you, hclokc
Complete thread -- globus yellow *BUS* sensation with swallowing.
Complete thread -- very good...I can hear that now too
Complete thread -- A/B were negative the / can mean "and"
Complete thread -- middle phalanx ? WAG
Complete thread -- I hear "inserted, exiting through the distal phalanx"
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- interpolating or intercalating
Complete thread -- interpolating?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "nodular," I believe. If enunciated sloppily, could sound like your s/l.
Complete thread -- s/l interprilating
Complete thread -- exfoliated and freshened?
Complete thread -- my vote: A, B swabs were neg, even though, usually, only one swab is taken; used for both
Complete thread -- K-wire was inserted _____ through distal phalanx
Complete thread -- Oop, nevermind! He just corrected himself. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- Doc says: "Influenza AB swabs *was* negative." Was or Were?
Complete thread -- phalanx of the fifth digit was *re ex fold and refreshed* and viewing of the
Complete thread -- s/l artrocell
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- That would make far better sense. They Rarely say F/U visit for pt's initial visit.
Complete thread -- shame on me...it could be closed if the patient is status
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No. I think he is saying I initially ??? him for developmental delay and sm
Complete thread -- Since he/she said NO evidence of deep vein thrombosis,
Complete thread -- i
Complete thread -- doc must have googled too, lol.
Complete thread -- The sentence is grammatically incorrect anyway, something is missing
Complete thread -- it does have some odd definitions
Complete thread -- here is some documentation of saying it either way
Complete thread -- dyshidrotic or dyshydrotic eczema.
Complete thread -- I must've type it in wrong, cause I thought I did google it. Thanks
Complete thread -- saphenous vein was also found to be *closed* throughout the thigh
Complete thread -- google Slidex, you get a 40 page brochure
Complete thread -- f/u visit(s?) was(were?) initiated for developmental delay and pervasive.....
Complete thread -- initial or initiated is in there....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I evaluated the patient on 09/03/2010 for a child neurology followup visit _____sm
Complete thread -- biopsied first with cold forceps
Complete thread -- flushed ("flush Ed") first with cold air forceps...
Complete thread -- I know you were suggesting it as a real possibility, and it was every bit as sensible as
Complete thread -- polyp which looked inflammatory. It was ______ first cold forceps and biopsied multi
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have never heard of that one before.
Complete thread -- Stereotypy is a repetitive or ritualistic movement, posture, or utterance.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Stereotypies?
Complete thread -- DX: Pervasive developmental delay. s/l stair-rot-a-peas.
Complete thread -- stomatic?
Complete thread -- Knee arthroplasty. s/l size 70 *four-way Slided cutting block*.
Complete thread -- now I have that song stuck in my head....whoohooo
Complete thread -- lot of inflammation in *somatic* site and a polyp
Complete thread -- um, thanks, but I meant it as a real possibility
Complete thread -- hehehe! You're a rascal and I Love your Style!!! lol! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for replying. We all appreciate a "thank you," and helpers esp love to learn corre
Complete thread -- Had no idea! Thanks.
Complete thread -- coprology?
Complete thread -- (thanks)...(doks kan't spel) pathology? morphology? garbology?Let us know if you find out.
Complete thread -- Thank you... I knew it was something like that...
Complete thread -- I guess since this is a verbatum, I will type as he spells it, and let them sort it out.
Complete thread -- or 'm i c r o b i o l o g y'?
Complete thread -- (common to use the most suitable tool, regardless of its name. The tools are sterile. :-)
Complete thread -- much better idea than mine.
Complete thread -- more esoteric = "more uh septeric"
Complete thread -- op says dictator spelled it out.
Complete thread -- Yes that's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- knee surgery s/l *rectal sucker*
Complete thread -- cruciform (check my spelling), cross-shaped incision, like "x"
Complete thread -- maybe,...."medi..,...(oops, no, I mean) endocrinology."
Complete thread -- Thompson-Farley
Complete thread -- never mind, STAT, have to upload.
Complete thread -- I then used Metzenbaum scissors and pickups to excise all the vulvar lesions and sm
Complete thread -- most likely doc just slipped up. Not possible to give dose in mg. SM for why.
Complete thread -- herniorrhaphy
Complete thread -- use of word "cropology"
Complete thread -- have been looking, looking, looking, cannot find, please help :)
Complete thread -- THANK YOU SO MUCH
Complete thread -- I cannot imagine! I never heard of such a thing but thought I'd ask t ...
Complete thread -- how about intermesenteric?
Complete thread -- Hernia-something - .wav sent
Complete thread -- I think that is a great guess!
Complete thread -- Just a big guess, could you be hearing - and isthmus?
Complete thread -- How would that be possible?
Complete thread -- intramedullary disease ? just a guess.
Complete thread -- s/l ? anestenous?
Complete thread -- Milligarms of insulin??
Complete thread -- No evidence of an *intru-metry*_______ disease.
Complete thread -- SHOUT IT, SHOUT IT, SHOUT IT OUT LOUD!!!!!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- fossa to help with
Complete thread -- I just phrased it poorly. I meant to agree with you and simply confused everything.
Complete thread -- thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I would like him to apply this several times today to the supraclavicu ...
Complete thread -- LOVE YOU
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- what's wrong with just diphenhydramine. I've never even seen those others
Complete thread -- up sternum to the back
Complete thread -- I agree with ya.
Complete thread -- I don't hear "the clinic" at all. Just returns 20 mins after..............
Complete thread -- It sounded more like 20 than 30 and those were my first ideas.
Complete thread -- That's what I thought I heard too but wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- Thanks again. I just can't understand him :( Gets blank.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- 20? minutes after the
Complete thread -- returns today ___ minutes after the subacrominal..........
Complete thread -- how about unsympathetic? Can you hear anything like that?
Complete thread -- Dihydromorphinone or the dihydrocodeine, check spelling. Did not like my first idea as it
Complete thread -- diphenhydramine
Complete thread -- dihydropyridine is one, there is diphenhydramine,
Complete thread -- ty can't hear that though...s/l "more uh septeric"
Complete thread -- I don't know if it is a bad wav but I only hear 'returns today after the
Complete thread -- med s/l di-hi-dro-fen-a-mene details below
Complete thread -- maybe a more sinister infection?
Complete thread -- patient with possible infectious colitis, must rule out s/l 'mora synthetic" infectio
Complete thread -- INTERVAL HISTORY: Mr. Brown returns today to clinic through the______ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it makes sense in context but not structure-hmmm
Complete thread -- What is wrong with it? Am I not understanding your question?
Complete thread -- Not sure what you are questioning? Him? It's fine to me.
Complete thread -- am I thinking too hard on the grammar in this sentence? I had him?
Complete thread -- gabapentin; he believes they would
Complete thread -- He did check in with FAA about taking <_____> 02:40 take his F ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Januvia?
Complete thread -- There is also corpuses extension. Secretions or density....
Complete thread -- s/l *zonovea* . .. Any ideas? thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in the first sentence, I think you plate-like = plug of
Complete thread -- mole?
Complete thread -- hm will listen for that thanks :)
Complete thread -- Nondiagnostic *meal* back in 2007 has not changed in size
Complete thread -- ("pullback," i.e., retrieval, makes some sense to me)
Complete thread -- ProGrasp™?
Complete thread -- status post clavicle fracture?
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- relistening s/l pullback but ??? proback pullback...making me need Prozac? lol
Complete thread -- versus plate-like secretions. There is also ______ in secretions or density can be
Complete thread -- robotic assisted radical prostatectomy ...s/l "proback" 8 mm port
Complete thread -- way wag: vigabatrin (adult complex partial sz) Sabril® (vigabatrin) Tablet, oral solution.
Complete thread -- I guess it's just Cook. Possibly that company makes something like this. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Initially a s/l "cooked bag was used
Complete thread -- Yes, DH has those
Complete thread -- dronedarone
Complete thread -- s/ vigapen
Complete thread -- It was not some improved. It was this improved but improved was the key word that
Complete thread -- I don't think some improved makes sense, but that's just my opinion. If you cannot clearl
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging and moving on. Too much time on this one.
Complete thread -- Great guess. I was so hung up on it being a drug, would not have thought of it.
Complete thread -- I think that is it. Barely make it out. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Pt needing MRI
Complete thread -- and improved?
Complete thread -- He says about half of every word, sounds like prude
Complete thread -- Probably. Thank you mucho.
Complete thread -- Atrial fibrillation well controlled on **gernetarome."
Complete thread -- SCM? sternocleidomastoid?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I sent an MP3 file for my post below about buccal ulcer
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- s/l S.E.M.
Complete thread -- It could be radiation or something like that
Complete thread -- MP3 file sent with this
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that is getting smaller and her labia she said was initially black and
Complete thread -- Jamshidi instrument was then turned in towards to bone *grant*
Complete thread -- I am finding Questran for elevated cholesterol, but definitely s/l Estrin. Will flag.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Phaneuf clamps - should be in archives
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't refresh before i posted.
Complete thread -- drug s/l Estrin which she describes taking for cholesterol reduction
Complete thread -- Betoptic
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- She has a bruise on her abdomen that is getting small in her labia ___ ...
Complete thread -- medial aspect by?
Complete thread -- sounds like convert ideation or a conver addition, not hearing radiation
Complete thread -- s/l B-topic is -- Betoptic (betaxolol) sm
Complete thread -- or maybe Pf
Complete thread -- i think you should try under Ph.....
Complete thread -- She woke up 1 day prior to admission and noted that she had swelling of the right sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The uterus was able to be mobilized anteriorly into the _____
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: noticed of where sutures are at the ____ of wound
Complete thread -- OMG. Never would have gotten that. Thanks. Was looking up Quest as some of MARs list.
Complete thread -- QUEST Trial (Quetiapine Experience with Safety and Tolerability),
Complete thread -- wound is located _____ as well, mild gapping _____ of wound.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. For those with no file, sounds like quest or crush
Complete thread -- Yes, thought I heard that too.
Complete thread -- Not sure but is September in there?
Complete thread -- bites were taken along the cervix using the *fan offs*
Complete thread -- The patient is also using PICC line with IV antibiotics _____
Complete thread -- got it, vascular access.. thanks
Complete thread -- don't know s/l but it is was probably not, not is
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- yup I did.. thanks anyway
Complete thread -- If you type Berkeley profile into google, google will have a suggestion in dropdown menu
Complete thread -- Did you google Berkely profile LDL particles?
Complete thread -- Or OP could have googled prescription sig and found info.
Complete thread -- does this statement make sense? pls sm
Complete thread -- In ARCHIVES many, many times.
Complete thread -- sorry pressed enter accidentally -- reposting above
Complete thread -- does this make
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- eye drop S/L B-Topic? 15 cc both eyes bid
Complete thread -- how should this be written? she says "and sig is"
Complete thread -- mild edema?? in the second blank, more stuff in there though..
Complete thread -- mild shortness of breath that he tells me is baseline.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- ?Coban (elastic compression dressing)
Complete thread -- posting a new link, reference the medscape.com
Complete thread -- can hear "keeping up on her" somewhere in the first
Complete thread -- :( thanks for trying though
Complete thread -- TY LTT
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Could it be Flowtron
Complete thread -- as a stock/filing clerk? only has church friends, does not have really any relatives
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I say HELL NOT to this awful dictator who needs to learn English.
Complete thread -- s/l Joban compression aid
Complete thread -- sounds very much like that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- okay, thanks.
Complete thread -- that's what it sounds like to me also
Complete thread -- 2 - DC steroids approximately five days
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- and nm
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- found Tequin - but it was removed from U.S. market in 2006 (Pt COULD have had allergy)
Complete thread -- thanks, but I don't think that's it.
Complete thread -- Listen for MORAb (usually MORAb-003 clinical trial)
Complete thread -- recently treated with *Morad* and Gemzar on a presumed clinical trail
Complete thread -- there is improved aeration??
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- followed by involved-field radiation, see link.
Complete thread -- involved-field
Complete thread -- allergy to s/l turquin or trequin or traquin
Complete thread -- A small amount of s/l akim in the ostomy bag.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Her ABVD chemotherapy was followed __________ field radiation to the r ...
Complete thread -- are through urology........................ Col....starts new sentence.
Complete thread -- rapid heart rate, IV Solu-Medrol and subcutaneous __ treatment
Complete thread -- PSA, digital rectal, s/l althearology, colonoscopy is up to date.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Of course . . glad to help
Complete thread -- Elocon?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Another med... tried lots of searches, no luck - s/l "Zelicon"
Complete thread -- pantoprazole (better known as Protonix!)
Complete thread -- Med list - brief note - no PMH/HPI for help - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Thank you, I can hear it now :)
Complete thread -- Palpable ? ...
Complete thread -- s/l ? punctable? s/m
Complete thread -- Ambulates means "to move about" ...
Complete thread -- I have a doc who says "ambulates with a wheelchair" nm
Complete thread -- NM found it.
Complete thread -- go to the *supracasmatic* cistern and open it.
Complete thread -- Just to back up and so you know for future reference, I found the following....sm
Complete thread -- aww, gee, thanks. almost broke my arm trying to do it myself there, heh.
Complete thread -- Ok....thanks
Complete thread -- Well, it that's what he says, would put it and go on.
Complete thread -- EMG/nerve conduction study showed neuropathic and myopathic "units."
Complete thread -- Well here is your pat on the back, lol.
Complete thread -- Not strange a'tall; that's my mode of transportation too!
Complete thread -- I hope nobody else would come along and delete my files, unless I'd accidentally
Complete thread -- never mind, my supervisor came by and got it.
Complete thread -- glad you go it :-) [for a moment, I thought it was someone else]
Complete thread -- that was me, the OP (deleting my own sound files). thanks.
Complete thread -- you are right, clearly sounds like this now...
Complete thread -- again...PLEASE IGNORE ABOVE... go with Bunnell's as the above helper
Complete thread -- sorry, meant to say, sounds like vinyl solution
Complete thread -- found Bunnell's solution, though still confirming that (fyi in terms of archives
Complete thread -- sounds like as you have it, vinyl
Complete thread -- patient on TPN, btw.
Complete thread -- post a WAV if you want.
Complete thread -- what a way to express something - she is mobile with a wheelchair
Complete thread -- Let me know when you get it so I can post one or the other.
Complete thread -- Mgt's fan: put up an MP3 of it too
Complete thread -- WAV. allergy
Complete thread -- but agree with flagging as no other clue
Complete thread -- Quick Look has injection as well as Tablet: 0.5 mg, 1 mg, 2 mg
Complete thread -- well, gee, tell us what it is? don't leave us wondering!
Complete thread -- Sorry, pressed enter. that's as close as I can get to. Must be, flagging.
Complete thread -- Hmm, that
Complete thread -- Nevermind. a few dictations later she adds an addendum and says it clearly this time.
Complete thread -- Your sp seems to indicate McClintock maybe?
Complete thread -- which my Saunders Pharmaceutical Word Book says is by injection
Complete thread -- neural foramen--don't combine form AS 1 is from the Greek, the other from Latin
Complete thread -- pls check archives (above left)
Complete thread -- neuroforamen or neural foramen
Complete thread -- closest I can think of is bumetanide ?
Complete thread -- THis med was spelled out as 'bunetide' any ideas what it could really be?
Complete thread -- Looking for a Dr. s/l Mc oon tuck in nj. no other info was given. any ideas?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- actually, I am not sure about the "only approved" part. (only finding warnings)pls verify
Complete thread -- thanks for asking the question! I learned too! :)
Complete thread -- Excellent. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- mgt's fan is correct-ignore me :)
Complete thread -- use this "Cattell-Braasch maneuver" (the above has a long dash/hyphen)
Complete thread -- here is my reference
Complete thread -- Kocher
Complete thread -- You guys are the best! It's Definity. Can you let me know where you found those so I...
Complete thread -- finding Cattell–Braasch
Complete thread -- Mobilization of colon during duodenectomy to complete s/l Katavarush
Complete thread -- agree, *the sandy* = Definity?
Complete thread -- what I am learning is that there are only two approved
Complete thread -- Yep, I know what you mean. Sorry, don't have any other ideas.
Complete thread -- Echo question, please sm..........
Complete thread -- that is one of the ways we are not supposed to use. the / does not infer
Complete thread -- tnx.. am also hearing re-operation
Complete thread -- here is some info on that
Complete thread -- I reviewed a report where they put L1/L2. Maybe that would work?
Complete thread -- I am hearing "need for re-operation"
Complete thread -- (Thank you!)
Complete thread -- (s/l, to me, "AFT" or "AFP" dimer. Believe "(D-)dimer"=understood. SM
Complete thread -- with D-dimer ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- pls help with wav B
Complete thread -- sorry, no help from me...I hear dimer too, but not sure about the first part
Complete thread -- could be "with D-dimer."
Complete thread -- ends with dimer? D-dimer is all I can find though.
Complete thread -- PTT 24.5, INR 0.9. _______2.7, uric acid 6.5, amylase 50, lipase 36. ...
Complete thread -- poi
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- open-toed shoe I mean
Complete thread -- opened toed shoe. We did not dismantle that dressing
Complete thread -- .The left lower extremity is wrapped and very dense dressing and _____ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She wasn't quering the comma she HAD put, she was querying a comma that she
Complete thread -- TNX!
Complete thread -- actually it's a brand so Strattice
Complete thread -- strattice
Complete thread -- Yes, I would put a comma where you have it.
Complete thread -- s/l stratis? underlay
Complete thread -- I wouldn't put one there.
Complete thread -- K-ras mutant see link
Complete thread -- His tumor is ________ mutant. ...
Complete thread -- It wasn't the acct. The stupid company developed a platform that is not
Complete thread -- The account should be charged $10.00 for every needed hyphen the MT must suppress.
Complete thread -- The problem is that that designates 2 disks not the disk space that the - designates
Complete thread -- That is just so ____ looking. What were they thinking!!! :D
Complete thread -- comma...
Complete thread -- typing x ray takes some getting used to!
Complete thread -- LOL I think (hope) they are working on it.
Complete thread -- I guess you have to use a comma: L1, L2. Ick, though.
Complete thread -- LOL. if the platform won't support basic punctuation, they need to scrap
Complete thread -- platform issue
Complete thread -- What???? If they do not want you to "Use hyphens" where you have to use them, they
Complete thread -- how to type L1-L2 w/o the hyphen? Acct specs: No hypens.
Complete thread -- My guess would be either "and" or "or."
Complete thread -- tnx! "A Clinitron bed is a specially designed bed for people with bed sores"
Complete thread -- (duh, research)
Complete thread -- Hearing Clinitron and finding some hits for it (along with mattress). Please verify/
Complete thread -- pls help with wav A
Complete thread -- It was harboring.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...exercise she gets and the increased endurance she gets from this is worth its weight
Complete thread -- I think that the exercise she gets _______she gets some of this is wor ...
Complete thread -- s/l rea
Complete thread -- Okay thanks so much
Complete thread -- yep. you can drop the - from quarter normal saline if u follow the BoS.
Complete thread -- could be
Complete thread -- Baylor is the name of a major school for dentistry. I was trying to see if they
Complete thread -- good thought. Thanks.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Well, findings lots of Baylor things but not sure which fits
Complete thread -- maybe a negative Tinel at the wrist, yet positive at the elbow.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- S/L "bayler"
Complete thread -- Thanks Carol.
Complete thread -- at first read, it certainly appears there is a conflict there.
Complete thread -- falciform
Complete thread -- opinion needed
Complete thread -- It showed a descending and sigmoid diverticulosis without evidence of diverticulitis.
Complete thread -- I kept reading the definition but wasn't sure. Thank you both very much.
Complete thread -- I think hovering would work here.
Complete thread -- holding? hovering?
Complete thread -- LOL. You gotta love these MTs, lol.
Complete thread -- Pt is s/l hubbering her arm near her torso to minimize pain.
Complete thread -- If it is, she must be getting all A's in this class because she is here every
Complete thread -- I am not able to confirm this. Can you give me a link or something?
Complete thread -- I thought she was saying right abdominal pain/colon biopsy
Complete thread -- What is a RAP?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- RAP colon biopsy
Complete thread -- LOL Thanks. I kept hearing rat.
Complete thread -- right colon biopsy
Complete thread -- She did have an endoscopy completed on 07/26/2010 that was normal. In addition sm
Complete thread -- You got it!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It is hard to know WHAT you are questioning as you have no blanks and your post is sm
Complete thread -- My guess=either a test question, or the pt's doc deserves gold star for pt's 5-yr survival
Complete thread -- Still not sure what you are questioning on it. The ejection fraction of 15? Yes that is
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't get it? What is the ???? Your wav stops early or something?
Complete thread -- Is this a test question?
Complete thread -- You are certainly entitled to your opinion also. Unfortunately I didn't take
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I have no idea what your queston is because both the MP3 and WAV you posted say exactly sm
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- point is, it is NOT "off the wall." You certainly may suggest OP not use it, and why.
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- with uploading let me try again
Complete thread -- No. It really sounds like "grag pit." LOL. I'll blank it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Wav there is a list of medications? ?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ayr Gel.
Complete thread -- do you know the state? S/L Fenton?
Complete thread -- Kalcinate?
Complete thread -- check it pls
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Potassium 5.6. Will monitor but no "crag pit" for now. (Not Kayexalate).
Complete thread -- S/l pronouncing "air gel" but spelling s/l "a y i capital GEL" 1 puff each nostril
Complete thread -- I am trying to help, by suggesting that is so off-the-wall, I don't think she
Complete thread -- Sigh. That is NOT the point. You just ignore that part. I'm not saying
Complete thread -- So what WOULD you suggest? It's easy to run around
Complete thread -- and the web addy for the reference
Complete thread -- Here are translations for the Latin word "pyelon." SM
Complete thread -- (obviously you didn't research my citation before spouting off...
Complete thread -- thanks, I didn't realise, until I looked just now, that "pyelon" is not in OneLook, altho
Complete thread -- wow. just wow. I've never heard that ever by a doctor. I'd certainly not
Complete thread -- thank you both very much!!! :)
Complete thread -- stating not saying..sorry
Complete thread -- or just staying the combining form of pyelo, so how would that
Complete thread -- (yeah, after thinking more, I feel sure that's it, "pyelon.")
Complete thread -- believe doc is saying "pyelon." For docu, SM. I infer doc is Asian ESL.
Complete thread -- based on the indication showing a large renal pelvis,
Complete thread -- Absolutely. Thanks.
Complete thread -- you intended "gryposis," right?
Complete thread -- Stop spelling PLEASE. lol. risperidone R E S P E R A D O N.
Complete thread -- Thank you. He definitely says "on that," so I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- Patient with grypsosis, shingles and "triricular" changes present. No board and care
Complete thread -- ESL doc, not very familiar with her, have googled everything I can think of, pls sm
Complete thread -- Both answers are great but I couldn't wait.
Complete thread -- operative procession makes sense to me, move foward with surgery
Complete thread -- ? operative correction?
Complete thread -- leukocytosis was found after that....meaning after her
Complete thread -- ? lobar ...
Complete thread -- s/l "lovar," totally unsure
Complete thread -- Thank you, sal!
Complete thread -- wouldn't that be like saying there was no evidence of hernia?
Complete thread -- every other night.
Complete thread -- "Operative procression" has been desired by the patient.
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- Actually went to rectal. Sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Keep hearing it though. He's 47 and going in for excision of rectal polyp and
Complete thread -- Me either. I don't know how they'd see the fascia if the incision is healed either.
Complete thread -- A well-healed left groin incision is noted, *fascia secure* Sounds like but would
Complete thread -- You googled "everything but that," your s/l?
Complete thread -- She had a hysterectomy, and s/l "leukocytosis" was found on that. sm
Complete thread -- that doesn't even make any sense? That is very dangerous
Complete thread -- got it thanks (squamous epithelial cells)
Complete thread -- IDK. This doc wants EVERYTHING (including HIS abbreviations) dictated. Its crazy.
Complete thread -- WTHeck is q.o. h.s.??? never saw that before.
Complete thread -- On urinalysis, s/l S-E-C, plse sm
Complete thread -- post...I listened one more time to make sure my "s/l" was as c ...
Complete thread -- Sanctura
Complete thread -- Okay, seriously! OMG, i'm so sorry. I googled everything but that and when I went to
Complete thread -- L-spine DJD: (please see message - thanks)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- did ya google betexal eye drops?
Complete thread -- thank you, that was very helpful! Sure appreciate the help
Complete thread -- Yes, heaven knows we need to confuse the OP even more.
Complete thread -- eye drops.
Complete thread -- Creatinine values = 0.87, 1.01, 1.09, 0.96. The others = creatinine
Complete thread -- sorry. I read the thread incorrectly; thought your post was another one from OP
Complete thread -- I said that. or thought I did.
Complete thread -- for each date he gives serum Cr value and C cr (Clearance,of Cr) results.
Complete thread -- because thw results around 1.0 =creatinine levels, results around 60 (mL/min)= C cr.
Complete thread -- I shouldn't have said creatinine level. just creatinine and creatinine clearance levels.
Complete thread -- except the values look like creatinine level 0.87, 1.01, 1.09, etc, AND
Complete thread -- no, not redundant, but doc omitted the word "clearance" from "creatinine clearance levels"
Complete thread -- plse sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- voltaren gel?
Complete thread -- epicondylitis - will massage several times daily, could use a forearm Velcro band and
Complete thread -- Yeah, I totally agree.
Complete thread -- I suppose so. I just honestly can't remember needing to use that word. It isn't too bad
Complete thread -- I hope you get this out of your system, because it is quite silly.
Complete thread -- I've done many a medical record, especially in psych, that you might confuse
Complete thread -- and I mean in a medical report - not a trashy romance novel. I know the difference.
Complete thread -- LOL - but I do. That is why I'm saying that. How often have you ever had the occasion to
Complete thread -- But that is not what we are talking about here. How often have you ever had to type
Complete thread -- HoundDog knee brace- See Link
Complete thread -- Well, now if you ever did, you'd know the absolute difference in the 2 words.
Complete thread -- log roll is the concept; a subjective pronoun "it" is missing.
Complete thread -- oops.. are..
Complete thread -- google - membranous ventricular septal defect "* extension"
Complete thread -- thanks so much, that is what dr. said!
Complete thread -- commonly used other forms of it is - discretion, indiscretion
Complete thread -- an inlet extension?
Complete thread -- s/l annulytic extension plse sm for context
Complete thread -- Again, I have never had the occasion to type that. Ever.
Complete thread -- Not getting in a huff, but not understanding
Complete thread -- Only if the doctor spoke about being discreet about the circumstances
Complete thread -- In all the years I have done MT, I cannot remember a time ever typing discreet.
Complete thread -- "The more common word is “discreet,” meaning “prudent, circumspect”: “When arranging the p
Complete thread -- ...and, of course, discreet would not fit in this context.
Complete thread -- thanks anyway. nothing else is said about dogs
Complete thread -- if you look up the words in OneLook (above) and scroll down to "Medical" heading, you will
Complete thread -- and most times, only people are discreet.
Complete thread -- Yes, duh. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- discrete (almost always in medical transcription)
Complete thread -- Might the dog be an official "assistance" dog? Might pt need proof of MD Rx for landlord?
Complete thread -- discreet = Marked by, exercising, or showing prudence and wise self-restraint in speech sm
Complete thread -- listen if it is - Bowel sounds are normoactive.
Complete thread -- discrete or discreet tendon tear?
Complete thread -- s/l hound dog
Complete thread -- in exam of abdomen.
Complete thread -- Are the pulses even being examined here? I wouldn't think so, but some context would help.
Complete thread -- thank you very much.. I will make note of that.
Complete thread -- renal paltase
Complete thread -- you should NEVER spell out measurements 0.5 to 1.
Complete thread -- can pulses be normoactive?
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
Complete thread -- is this the proper way to write..
Complete thread -- Then why bother even asking? Just flag!
Complete thread -- Will listen for that....thanks!
Complete thread -- I just did flag it and I appreicate your suggestion. I posted here to see if anyone could
Complete thread -- clinical calcium oxalate or _______ stone?
Complete thread -- Then FLAG it!!
Complete thread -- You're right that he can't spell, but I can't assume it's something else either. Thanks a
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Xalatan? (sp) - and the fact that he spelled it, doesn't necessarily mean anything. They
Complete thread -- clinical calcium or is a *s/l very innocent*________ stone.
Complete thread -- I appreciate your suggestion. Unfortunately, I can't find anything remotely similar.
Complete thread -- Google names of eye drops and you might find it. I am busy right now, but thought that mi
Complete thread -- would mean the BS readings are all similar so it does make sense to me
Complete thread -- Come on, you do realize it is just as likely she is pulling your leg, lol.
Complete thread -- Can anyone help me with this med? Doc dictated and spelled Xiapalon eyedrops and I
Complete thread -- homogeneously controlled? SM
Complete thread -- Personally, if it was referring to emotional bruising I would have left s.m.
Complete thread -- wow, you guys are quick... While I'm finishing my post you've given me answers!
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't finish post
Complete thread -- passthru you are correct. I copied it before changing it but thanks for catching
Complete thread -- thank you everyone for helping me
Complete thread -- i am sorry i copied the wrong paragraph it is an ASR report and very confusing. here is
Complete thread -- foreign? bodies
Complete thread -- foreign bodies? Best guess attempt with no context.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I can't hear that.
Complete thread -- Radiopaque form bodies?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Maybe he's saying "citration" then? But that doesn't seem to be a word.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Hand Innovations makes the plate
Complete thread -- looks like Hand Innovations is the name of a company that makes the plate
Complete thread -- ORIF, hand s/l innovation
Complete thread -- I bet "prior" is "carotid"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- He never made an issue about physical versus emotional, that was something we
Complete thread -- can you write "plus 1"
Complete thread -- if it is after the colon, I'd not worry with it, but many even strict
Complete thread -- pls help with verbatim acct - unable to start sentence with +1.
Complete thread -- and I never asked for an apology, but thanks anyway!!!!
Complete thread -- What do you mean you can't believe I called the office, if there is a question on a s.m.
Complete thread -- You should never blindly follow QA (or anyone else for that matter)
Complete thread -- i googled it and it was there
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! Will check that out further.
Complete thread -- Okay, I apologize for whatever you need apology for. Honestly, I cannot believe
Complete thread -- Unlikely, but I will apologize too if I took things too far or got a little huffy.
Complete thread -- Can't say I've heard of it either. I searched for dorf in the bacteria box above.
Complete thread -- yup, could be, glad I'm not editing VR reports!!
Complete thread -- to titubate (third-person singular simple present titubates, present participle titubating
Complete thread -- oops...spell check!
Complete thread -- Good for you! I wonder if this is when others apolgize? LOL
Complete thread -- thanks-new at this and never heard of that
Complete thread -- Borrelia burgdorferi? it's Gram stain
Complete thread -- is the patient on digoxin? (if so, IMO, digoxin level fits both the value and your s/l)
Complete thread -- Received call back, doc was referring to physical bruising.
Complete thread -- There's a seldom-used word - titubate. Is doc making adj form?
Complete thread -- don't know, but findings aren't that of a CT chest, abdomen, and pelvis.
Complete thread -- Glucose fluid was 13 and total protein was 5.1, so there was no ______ DNA detected.
Complete thread -- I'm guessing 68 kg (68 kay gees)
Complete thread -- When the right arm tremor worsens, he then develops a *tih-chu-bating* head
Complete thread -- Thanks poi! I have placed a call to confirm which way it was meant. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- crest?
Complete thread -- Don't apologize for me thanks! I hate it when people apologize for others
Complete thread -- thanks for the info ...
Complete thread -- inferior masery?
Complete thread -- ok, I'm having a moment, what is it really supposed to say?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- All my accounts prefer it out. Your account should have a preference
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- down to the *ca-surgical* or *cush-surgical* ________ capsule.
Complete thread -- where I work you can. depends on client preferences
Complete thread -- can you just write poly when referring to polymorphonuclear cells in a blood culture
Complete thread -- speech funny: He weighs 68 K Jesus. (thought you might like a laugh).
Complete thread -- Thanks for all guesses. I finally am able to hear *violent.* She's driving me
Complete thread -- broad enough?
Complete thread -- QA teaches MTs now? Hmm.. didn't know that.
Complete thread -- pronounced?
Complete thread -- brazen?
Complete thread -- WAG.. strong enough?
Complete thread -- WAG-digoxin level?
Complete thread -- citrated tubes will prevent clumping.
Complete thread -- He thrashes and flails his extremities, which is *bronze* enough that...
Complete thread -- I made the original observation about the bruised feelings,
Complete thread -- It probably would help more if they simply understood about hyphens and
Complete thread -- really WAG ??substrate?? ..see link
Complete thread -- problem is there is possibility he is referring to ejection fraction ..see link and
Complete thread -- Tolerating Topamax without kidney stones, *echo-paresthesias,* visual disturbance,
Complete thread -- s/l siturated. Problem: Thrombocytopenia. Plan: Repeat PLT count, *s/l siturated* for
Complete thread -- pro-BNP 48 with ? level 0.7.
Complete thread -- since they did a thyroid test, may already correlate
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I don't think that guess is correct. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Cortrosyn stimulation test?
Complete thread -- isolated systolic?
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- ?? Cor stim ...standing for Cortrosyn stimulation test ...but correlate with context
Complete thread -- s/l core stem
Complete thread -- Has intermittent *holosystolic* throbbing headaches associated with...
Complete thread -- I mentioned it to my co-worker, who also knows this dictator very well, and she agrees s.m
Complete thread -- She is not depressed (mental) but she does bruise (feelings) easy. That
Complete thread -- Then your QA needs a reference book, i.e., Stedman's Ortho.
Complete thread -- Vyvanse
Complete thread -- I'd bet he was talking about people bruising her feelings. Heck, as apparent
Complete thread -- drug help
Complete thread -- Yes! Now that I can document. Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- um, yes, like I said I KNOW this dictator. You honestly thought he was talking about s.m.
Complete thread -- ERCP
Complete thread -- ERCP
Complete thread -- You honestly thought he was talking about physical bruising? wow. alrighty then.
Complete thread -- s/l VCRP cant document
Complete thread -- ?RSD-reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: *R E C*
Complete thread -- not sure, not really clear, will flag especially since it's a med
Complete thread -- New to me too.
Complete thread -- "over the top" really? I don't think so, maybe should have added a smiley face or s.m.
Complete thread -- Performing Cataract Surgery in Patients with Weak ZonulesIntroduction from R. Bruce Wallac
Complete thread -- GOOD FIND! Hope the OP and that helper see this and learn something
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Keflex?
Complete thread -- I agree, and it's good to vent, rather than seriously freaking out!
Complete thread -- You were a bit over the top over something that was not so egregious.
Complete thread -- it's a common mistake, unfortunately.
Complete thread -- not responding to *tree flax* for UTI
Complete thread -- Trust me, NOT freaked out, just slightly aggravated, believe it happens to most s.m.
Complete thread -- QA probably thought it was a compound modifier for the cast
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Then QA person who taught me was wrong....thanks.
Complete thread -- don't know s/l, but long arm cast, not long-arm.
Complete thread -- ?check zonular support, or maybe saying zonule support
Complete thread -- monovalved as opposed to bivalve?
Complete thread -- Patient was placed in a long-arm cast that was s/l model valved?
Complete thread -- The OP seemed pretty freaked out to me!
Complete thread -- in a cataract surgery?
Complete thread -- zyno?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I thought that was funny!
Complete thread -- anyone who darn well wants to freak out, it appears.
Complete thread -- um...who is freaking out here?
Complete thread -- he's shortening zygomatic.
Complete thread -- I don't know why people can't just stop and think a minute before freaking out.
Complete thread -- s/l sequovale may be (abnormal signal in the) semiovale
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- this is a cataract surgery.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- During aspiration of the cortex it became apparent that his s/l zyno support was sm
Complete thread -- Yes, let's all think a bit more before we jump all over a doctor.
Complete thread -- WAG... running together Allgower sutures maybe?
Complete thread -- C-section
Complete thread -- Hohmann (retractors) maybe?
Complete thread -- probably meant gets her feelings hurt easily....lol
Complete thread -- log roll? see link
Complete thread -- "She is not depressed but she does bruise easily." Seriously?? Can you please s.m.
Complete thread -- clonidine?
Complete thread -- horizontal mattress and modified *all garsus*
Complete thread -- arrest of dilatation. Chorioamnionitis (choria/chorio?)
Complete thread -- What is the surgery being performed. What part of the body. I need a clue.
Complete thread -- Two blunt *hoe mones* were placed on both sides
Complete thread -- monitor clerk? unit clerk?
Complete thread -- Preoperative diagnosis: Arrest of dilation s/l core-E-uh.
Complete thread -- ? K-Phos Neutral (potassium and sodium phosphate), drug ??
Complete thread -- I aways give them what they want, since I am a verbatim transcriber
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Clearly saying "phospo neutral" in med list.
Complete thread -- wav help again, medicine
Complete thread -- I know. you want to just say what were you THINKING? the testes are direct
Complete thread -- s/l lock roll
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your input!
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- he's mangling systolic ejection fraction
Complete thread -- I was actually tempted to ask in my initial note about which
Complete thread -- Thanks but I couldn't be sure so I flagged it.
Complete thread -- Kerley B lines
Complete thread -- that's what a told them on the phone I would use, descendant,
Complete thread -- thanks. any ideas for first blank? I don't think it's benign, but that's the s/l
Complete thread -- in the end, "that could work" gave U a good answer..his word, a noun and
Complete thread -- I did give him descent initially, he sent it back, so I gave him
Complete thread -- That is what they pay us for.. sometimes. LOL... :D
Complete thread -- I find a Randolph Avenue in Jersey City if that might be of any help
Complete thread -- (2) cephalization
Complete thread -- Better yet can anyone else here that?
Complete thread -- wav help (resent)
Complete thread -- I think I hear left systolic ejection fraction. Does that sound right?
Complete thread -- I agree it could work, but weird, there is an easier way! lol
Complete thread -- actually, I think I figured out his confusion!
Complete thread -- descendant m. (f. descendante, m. plural descendants, f. plural descendantes)
Complete thread -- I would give him descent..he asked 4 and needs the noun..and U have dictionary support
Complete thread -- descension?
Complete thread -- Darn spellings. I give. I yield. If he wants to sound that way.
Complete thread -- Ignore that. I listened several more times and can't hear it really.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- darn enter key. sorry. meant to saty send him this back...
Complete thread -- left ventricular?
Complete thread -- Found it. It's block time. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would do it exactly however he told you to. It's his note.
Complete thread -- slot or spot?
Complete thread -- I would use time slot
Complete thread -- I'd be tempted to send him this back.
Complete thread -- This is a letter regarding a patient who didn't show up for surgery. Doc says that
Complete thread -- wow..that's rough...sorry, no help here
Complete thread -- Mynx?
Complete thread -- What would you do with this?
Complete thread -- That is it!! Thanks again nm
Complete thread -- MP3. SM for blank.
Complete thread -- Ben Milam?
Complete thread -- I'm supposed to address a letter to an address on a Randall Street in Jersey City, NJ
Complete thread -- Cardiac cath - s/l Nex or Max or Mex device?
Complete thread -- no wave?
Complete thread -- Will look into it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Maybe one of these - see link nm
Complete thread -- s/l nella villa
Complete thread -- second blank is sacralized
Complete thread -- Could "ladder" be Wada (test)?would post a link, but my linking option won't work anymore?
Complete thread -- Pain management doc - MRI / x-ray read - .wav sent
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I agree, sequelae of
Complete thread -- effaces
Complete thread -- s/l face or effaced
Complete thread -- as recent as last night
Complete thread -- pt with oligodendroglioma with preop procedure sm
Complete thread -- it was there when i checked. I will repost soon when other wav is answered
Complete thread -- sequelae - total guess
Complete thread -- he had no more fever but had pain _____ last night.
Complete thread -- There are small areas of abnormal signal in the periventricular and su ...
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear dye __
Complete thread -- tremor?
Complete thread -- Ignore my 2nd guess. Just not sure.
Complete thread -- I use commas eye response, motor response, and verbal response 4, 5, and 1
Complete thread -- not had any further wheezing. not sure of the 2nd one, maybe with?
Complete thread -- chromotubation was performed and _______ the distal portion
Complete thread -- Pt with left cerebellum hematoma probably related to HTN. sm
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- GCS is 4, 5, 1 or GCS is 4-5-1 ?
Complete thread -- I am not getting a wav.
Complete thread -- no that is not it, but thanks. ...
Complete thread -- of course
Complete thread -- periosteal formations?
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- Examination involving the extremities
Complete thread -- allele G322D?
Complete thread -- HNPCC gene positive s/l "ah-lee-oh G free 22D" for the MSH2 mutation.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- packed with?
Complete thread -- packed with?
Complete thread -- Flagged and sent on.
Complete thread -- yep, thanks!
Complete thread -- The middle meatus was *tacked* Afrin impregnated
Complete thread -- there are outfractures, could be old fracture, leaning toward out
Complete thread -- Septoplasty, turbinate cautery and *owe* fracture
Complete thread -- Going with caps. I think it is a brand name.
Complete thread -- The s/l "foal" was infiltrated with lidocaine without epinephrine. No, not a horse
Complete thread -- Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Thank you - appreciate it!
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me as she has acid reflux from gastrici fungus infectio ...
Complete thread -- dictionary bouffant
Complete thread -- bouffant?
Complete thread -- Krebs Cycle Chelate. Not in the archives that I could find. Can find nothing to
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. They do dermatone testing in the upper & lower sm.
Complete thread -- It is drained
Complete thread -- French word
Complete thread -- sucralfate?
Complete thread -- sensory.
Complete thread -- Drug
Complete thread -- ?Milrinone (IV agent used for heart failure)
Complete thread -- The s/l centric exam is intact in all dermatomes. Grip and strength are normal.
Complete thread -- Thanks - yes! Whatever was I thinking this morning!
Complete thread -- venogram ?
Complete thread -- s/l "viagram" shows no evidence of DVT
Complete thread -- Listening to it again, I believe it's substantive.
Complete thread -- the abdomen was _____ the lesser sac had
Complete thread -- would seem to be a new off-label use for it, in terms of excessive drooling.
Complete thread -- Maybe substitutive?
Complete thread -- Opinion...please SM
Complete thread -- Is this a pediatrics? Found "glycopyrrolate (Cuvposa)" sm.
Complete thread -- sent with a blank. Sorry about the cruddy wav.
Complete thread -- infusion?
Complete thread -- some type of perforation (sm)
Complete thread -- Tylenol with Advil and morphine and s/l vacronin as needed.
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- maintained on home meds of protonix, prevacid and s/l glypurilate
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- urticaria-- thanks!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- PS, it does not say what they are used for.
Complete thread -- In my book, it shows Overholt. Could not find your other.
Complete thread -- probably starts with urticar*
Complete thread -- There are discussions on this in archives with your s/l.
Complete thread -- thanks, just figured it out too.
Complete thread -- allergies-- s/l erdy--carious symptoms??
Complete thread -- inotropes
Complete thread -- inotropes
Complete thread -- Open cholecystectomy - s/l An overhold or a Nuverholt retractor?
Complete thread -- there are vial adapters?
Complete thread -- her blood pressure remained very low despite maximal cardiovascular support with
Complete thread -- paint and scrub? (thought paint brush makes sense if that is what is being said)
Complete thread -- someting adaper? silver adapter?
Complete thread -- drew back on the catheter using a *silva dapter* and syringe
Complete thread -- chlorhexidine *paint brush*
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Found it, it's Parkland.
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like that, full sentence inside
Complete thread -- CPAP, which patient has at bedside, ischemic...
Complete thread -- has been set up for outpatient dialysis
Complete thread -- Pomeroy technique?
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- tubal ligation, s/l prag-win technique? Thanks for any help.
Complete thread -- pls help with mp3
Complete thread -- I just googled aricept and I see it is given for dementia/Alzheimer's.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks. dementia actually is in his PMH.
Complete thread -- Guess that is right ...
Complete thread -- He is on a *newman one* pump running continuously through a PICC line.
Complete thread -- IMO, that would be correct...but it does sound funny.
Complete thread -- Pretty sure he said Aricept.
Complete thread -- wav help medicine s/l apiset/atriset for Parkinsonian syndrome with Requip and sineme
Complete thread -- "all involved’s input" - I know what he is trying to say but is this written correctl
Complete thread -- That wasn't the OP's spelling, though using "ezitimbie" gives the correct answer
Complete thread -- btw, it's possible that some QA might insist on wound V.A.C.,
Complete thread -- wound VAC
Complete thread -- Can you hear Cortisporin otic drops
Complete thread -- Here, let me google that for you.....see link.
Complete thread -- Can you hear Cortisporin otic drops
Complete thread -- cortisporin otic drops? *something* otic drops...
Complete thread -- she has had 4 episodes of otitis media in total. She had an episode i ...
Complete thread -- she has had 4 episodes of otitis media in total. She had an episode i ...
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- s/l ezitimbie 10 mg po q. day. Also on metformin, simvastatin & smg
Complete thread -- Would like an opinion on the correct way to write wound vac. In a sentence would you
Complete thread -- 66-year-old female with significant varicose veins
Complete thread -- cobblestoning ...
Complete thread -- There is no significant s/l carbostoning along the posterior laryngeal ...
Complete thread -- nvm - found gentian violet. never heard of that one!
Complete thread -- medication: s/l jenshenvilen
Complete thread -- very poor?
Complete thread -- Poor ? ...
Complete thread -- Oral cavity and oropharynx are clear. There is a normal palate. His ...
Complete thread -- reveals dry, injected mucosa...
Complete thread -- Not unless it is a proper name.
Complete thread -- capitalize thumb spica immobilizer????
Complete thread -- That is it. ...
Complete thread -- Nasal examination reveals s/l tri-injected mucosa along the septum bil ...
Complete thread -- von Willebrand disease ? ...
Complete thread -- With no real context, my wild guess would be von Willebrand disease
Complete thread -- He is a 17 year old with S/l lungbilibrandt's disease. ...
Complete thread -- s/l poorization. Patient after MVA has sensation of warm feeling in hands with
Complete thread -- Sure do, just like sont-imeters. That one drives me bananas!
Complete thread -- lol! I was just saying that I prefer to play Mahjong the traditional way. not critiquing
Complete thread -- s/l ? microserocystic ? s/m
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- uncinate process, I think
Complete thread -- I flagged. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- s/l ansinet ?
Complete thread -- I think she means 90% effaced, 2-3 cm dilated and -1 station, but I can't figure out....sm
Complete thread -- :) ...
Complete thread -- I think that is what a sneeze sounds like, Mano.
Complete thread -- I think it has to do with dilation, effacement, and station, but that
Complete thread -- Forget it. I think she means to say RF. I'm flaggin.
Complete thread -- I have no lab experience- Dictated Rh was 233, so she is going to see Dr. xx today.
Complete thread -- OB help please, new account, need help with items in parenthesis...sm
Complete thread -- Pronunciation: ab-sn(t)s- ...
Complete thread -- s/l "even in the bone" to me.
Complete thread -- yep. found it in the archives. Absence seizures, pronounced in the French manner.
Complete thread -- does anybody know....do some doctors pronounce absence seizures as "absong" or
Complete thread -- I don't think the helper was claiming the computer game was superior, lol.
Complete thread -- medial meniscus tear status post arthroscopy, WAV sent!
Complete thread -- gawd, I hate that "up-to-date" deal too. EditScript for me with it.
Complete thread -- the computerized version of mahjong is NOTHING like the real game.
Complete thread -- thanks, I think that is enough :))
Complete thread -- ....
Complete thread -- Good catch! Thanks. I shoulda spotted that.
Complete thread -- this is a game commonly present on most computers now-a-days :) Fun to play.
Complete thread -- * Narco - should be Norco ...
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- You are absolutely right and absolutely brilliant. TYVM!
Complete thread -- yes i agree... mahjong it is + Moxie ...
Complete thread -- prevertebral? paravertebral?
Complete thread -- bethanechol?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- drug s/l bis-THAN-a-col. Pls sm.
Complete thread -- mahjong ? Chinese i think ...
Complete thread -- Not medical but...She states that she sometimes has trouble forgetting ...
Complete thread -- I think so... must be mentioning the color.. do you want the link ? ...
Complete thread -- am I supposed to type out "black and blue brace"
Complete thread -- Proteus syndrome? check link
Complete thread -- *something* elbow brace (good, this time you provided context) sm
Complete thread -- DonJoy brace ...
Complete thread -- Wrist circumference. Arm/Brace Version, Right Left. Colour, Black & Bl ...
Complete thread -- PLAN: To switch him over to a "black-and-blue brace"
Complete thread -- Thank you so much
Complete thread -- Lymphazurin blue???
Complete thread -- s/l? limpojuring ? dye s/m
Complete thread -- sorry, Joanie. I just came back and saw your post. I'm great. And, you?
Complete thread -- s/l predious syndrome
Complete thread -- tnx!
Complete thread -- He did take care of the thorns in her leg as a result of the fall into ...
Complete thread -- He did take care of the thorns in her leg as a result of the fall into ...
Complete thread -- WAG- Vasotec? (also wondering if it is not a conventional drug but some
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- gabapentin, albuterol, amlodipine, clonazepam, Catapres TTS patch, Cos ...
Complete thread -- I would separate each item with a semicolon, at the very least.
Complete thread -- can you also post the rest of the list of meds, if any?
Complete thread -- medication that s/l Vee-to-pic
Complete thread -- a Racz catheter
Complete thread -- It is right ...
Complete thread -- Is your s/l just "thornes" or do the asterisks denote something following that syllable?
Complete thread -- thorns - a very short, hard, leafless branch or stem with a sharp poin ...
Complete thread -- sorry just a little bit more help with psych note. thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, as a result of the fall into the bush. ...
Complete thread -- He did take care of the s/l thornes*******in her leg as a result of th ...
Complete thread -- Are you querying "on the milieu"? Shld be "in the milieu". Google "milieu setting" and/or
Complete thread -- Look up the word "although" at onelook above and check the dictionaries
Complete thread -- psych note. pls help. first one for me.
Complete thread -- Carotid exploration: vagus nerve and "solica" cervicalis were intact
Complete thread -- Thanks, took me a minute to figure it out, but I got it! :-)
Complete thread -- She underwent a bilateral caudal epidural with adhesiolysis using ____ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- #1 if strict verbatim. Otherwise, would start new sentence with "Would like . . . "
Complete thread -- Research Prometheus Labs for IBD.
Complete thread -- hi Lo (lol) how are things?
Complete thread -- you got that right sista!!
Complete thread -- One that comes to mind is if "although" starts a sentence, you would not.
Complete thread -- already sent in capped but thanks "just me" I will remember for next time
Complete thread -- what instances that I should not? thanks ...
Complete thread -- unsure whether to make these all separate sentences or clump them all together. any
Complete thread -- GI doc - "obtain a __mucus IBD panel" ... (.wav sent)
Complete thread -- Not in this instance. Concord is a proper name and should be capped but
Complete thread -- Add a comma before "although."
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- which is why ASR needs editors that know what they are doing, lol.
Complete thread -- n/m gonna cap
Complete thread -- thanks so much. my ASR put the hyphens in.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! :-D
Complete thread -- extraintestinal manifestations is what I hear
Complete thread -- #2
Complete thread -- Added .wav - it sounds so clear & easy, but I just can't get it!
Complete thread -- with or w/o hyphens? with or w/o comma?
Complete thread -- comma problem
Complete thread -- intestinal sensation? but don't know if makes sense - wav might help
Complete thread -- GI doc - patient w/ Crohn's - denies any actual "intestament cessation"?
Complete thread -- should i cap apartments? She lives in the Concord apartments.
Complete thread -- yeah. I'm with you. I'm afraid I would have to leave a blank.
Complete thread -- she just said Merkel's diverticulum. oh, I so want to hunt her down.
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking as well but didn't want to assume.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is butchering Bystolic.
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- thanks. that helps!
Complete thread -- Med s/l by-sis-tol
Complete thread -- you have my sympathy
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- NM, peduncle
Complete thread -- she is at it again. This time the patient felt feverish and developed diaphoretic.
Complete thread -- Early acute infarct involving the medial aspect of the left cerebral "pittin call"
Complete thread -- She is in agreement, or at least in agreement with the suggestion that
Complete thread -- She is in agreement_________ agreement with the suggestion that NSAIDs ...
Complete thread -- google.com + hernia mesh Link. All I can think of is atrima may be sm
Complete thread -- more of a context guess than a s/l guess--immunization?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- butterfly shaped?
Complete thread -- Uuummm, him dictating it as ONE THOUGHT does not mean you punctuate INCORRECTLY
Complete thread -- not a lot of documentation, but here is a link
Complete thread -- CNO - chronic nasal obstruction
Complete thread -- All I can think is she's trying to say "sphenoid." I will flag it.
Complete thread -- Says again and s/l "allergic C N O (see in oh) sinusitis."
Complete thread -- History of allergic s/l ZNO (those letters) sinusitis.
Complete thread -- He is definitely odd. Or at least his request are.
Complete thread -- 12 x 12 inch polypropylene light s/l "atrima" mesh
Complete thread -- chemosis?
Complete thread -- Really! Wow. I've never ever seen that in all my years as an MT, fascinating!
Complete thread -- tissue specimen - sm
Complete thread -- He has me use all kinds of symbols so I guess his printer can handle it. Positive is a
Complete thread -- Ok, whoever's it is. :D
Complete thread -- LOL - I was thinking the same thing. Do you have a rocket in your pocket, or are you just
Complete thread -- ROCKET IN HIS POCKET
Complete thread -- His printer, not mine.
Complete thread -- Oh, okay. So your printer can handle printing it too.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to flag it. He specifically requested <> instead of writing it out.
Complete thread -- Thanks for that great link! I bookmarked it, but I'm still stumped with this.
Complete thread -- here is a very good urinalysis tutorial
Complete thread -- Nitrite negative. there is something missing. either he means 30 RBCs with 10 to 20 WBCs
Complete thread -- (Meant E. coli, not e. coli.)
Complete thread -- Not sure how to transcribe these urinalysis result.
Complete thread -- A s/l "rocket size" shaped incision was created
Complete thread -- was seen by s/l "MMTE and PHE.
Complete thread -- I agree with that
Complete thread -- This is how I would do it...JMHO.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- I got it, it's marrow suppressive. thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- immunosuppressive
Complete thread -- "The one clearly active drug in ovarian cancer that she has not re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks--I saw those hits but not sure how reliable they are.
Complete thread -- Thanks--I meant philia.
Complete thread -- Boy, do I feel dumb. It's sinus bradycardia. Thanks to those
Complete thread -- -philia not phelia. first off. check meaning, philia is a suffix for a
Complete thread -- essential bradycardia?
Complete thread -- exact sentence containing your s/l ?
Complete thread -- There are also some hits on google, but it asks if you meant thrombocytopenia
Complete thread -- what's before and after? something bradycardia?
Complete thread -- He might mean that, but he definitely says thrombocytophelia.
Complete thread -- *s/l sigh spraited cardee*. It's in PMH with no further explanation. Patient is
Complete thread -- thrombocytopenia? I can see where it would sound very much like throbycytophelia.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much to you both! I'm still stuck on the word "thrombocytophilia". He says it
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. sm
Complete thread -- 19911A>G polymorphism
Complete thread -- now found heterozygous carriers of the G20210A prothrombin gene mutation. ... association
Complete thread -- heterozygous mutation G20210A
Complete thread -- OOps got one more. It was phentermine although he pronounced it with an e or an a.
Complete thread -- Nephro-Vite... amphetamine(s)?
Complete thread -- No idea how to transcribe this. Labs: Lupus anticoagulant neg, *thrombocytophilia
Complete thread -- One is glipizide. Now the other two anyone. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Oh boy 3 medications are inaudible.S/L mephrolife, ephetamine and gloucprazide
Complete thread -- WOWIE!! Thanks so much for this very valuable information! I so appr ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Replacement of renal function by dialysis - Google Books ResultWalter H. Hörl - 2004 - Med
Complete thread -- trabeculae?
Complete thread -- s/l trabecully - sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, I had been there. There were several variations listed there ...
Complete thread -- please ignore this statement as misleading-thanks
Complete thread -- Hearing prior wav
Complete thread -- thanks for the link!
Complete thread -- could be shadowing since subluxed
Complete thread -- Thanks to all. I believe shallow and narrow was correct!
Complete thread -- can't see depth on x-ray, so I would think just narrowing
Complete thread -- medial joint space narrowing is what usually goes there...
Complete thread -- shallow and narrow ?
Complete thread -- We cleaned out the **______ down flow hood**using a curette.
Complete thread -- found this one, very generic but descriptive info. see link inside
Complete thread -- ortho x-ray help, sm
Complete thread -- Not me!! for some reason, that drives me up the wall!
Complete thread -- study the noun/adjective to know when to use which
Complete thread -- I left a blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- There are some hits on Google, might check and see what you think
Complete thread -- physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R)
Complete thread -- PT/PMR and is an extraneous word.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- type of shunt
Complete thread -- spelled "sheath"
Complete thread -- funny...I was looking for documentation of "repairment" :)
Complete thread -- this is a verbatim acct w/ no acct specs. how would you type this since I cannot
Complete thread -- thanks for answering. I figured if there was one I would have
Complete thread -- seems like she is speaking to someone else? (..*something* can be used in 10/10?)
Complete thread -- I don't understand what you mean by different types.. medial is a location
Complete thread -- Ummm, he's dictating it as one thought, but thanks for your suggestion.
Complete thread -- IMO, ICD and pacemaker settings would depend on the model and manufacturer, so you are sm
Complete thread -- if in one dictation it presents 2 diff types of malleolar fractures, do they both have to
Complete thread -- Well thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- Period after sheat, not comma. That's a comma splice.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient will be discharged to rehab ______.
Complete thread -- fusiform
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks both. and yes I was hearing repairment. will just put repair. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- So he underwent angiography CT ultimately and that showed a ____ infrarenal sm
Complete thread -- probihiting him in standing.. operative repair(ment?)
Complete thread -- 1&2 prohibiting him in standing
Complete thread -- There are 3 spots I am not sure what she is saying.
Complete thread -- ...trocar was then inserted, followed by "in thee in."
Complete thread -- "black and blue brace" for the wrist
Complete thread -- I had one in the past that talked with a wad of tobacco in his mouth all the time.
Complete thread -- It is NOT iridium. That is not used in any context. If you cannot hear Aredia
Complete thread -- if you have a verbatim account, it shouldn't matter. one is simply the noun
Complete thread -- One is a noun, one is an adjective.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I guessed aredia, but it really does sound like iridium
Complete thread -- extensor digitorum brevis?
Complete thread -- how do you know when it is malleolus fracture or malleolar fracture
Complete thread -- No. you had Aredia in the list? did you rule out estradiol?
Complete thread -- and going to the bathroom!
Complete thread -- NOOOOO> Flag it. good heavens
Complete thread -- EDD, EBV? EDV
Complete thread -- so what am I supposed to do?
Complete thread -- would rather hear laughing than burbing, snorting, coughing and yawning! :)
Complete thread -- general question regarding pacemakers and ICD's
Complete thread -- maybe because you're looking for a medication and it isn't one.
Complete thread -- ......because it's not a med
Complete thread -- thanks, but why cant I find iridium on google with meds
Complete thread -- Ursodiol and Iridium
Complete thread -- LOL!! Doctors!
Complete thread -- try *diol search maybe
Complete thread -- medications "orcidial" and "aredium"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Oh that always burns me up!!
Complete thread -- Many don't like to be told things like that. We were chastised not too long ago
Complete thread -- clearly trickle.
Complete thread -- need to vent - this doc Always laughs during her entire dictations w/ others in the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh, it really does sound like that. thanks
Complete thread -- I believe it is trickle...as in slowly
Complete thread -- NM, I'm just going to flag and move on. Note done and need to send in.
Complete thread -- sent a WAV file, sounds like trigo, could be triple which sort of makes sense or
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll check that out. : )
Complete thread -- got this dermabond
Complete thread -- Does this make sense at all? NP very conversational in her dictation and I'm just
Complete thread -- ?Personal Emergency Response System (PERS)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- CONTEXT???? Dermabond???
Complete thread -- If you can't hear it, then I'd flag it. s/m
Complete thread -- Monocryl with s/l dermavon?
Complete thread -- is he saying 1 of 3 lobes have decreased breath sounds? hmmm...i would flag
Complete thread -- not familiar with that at all?
Complete thread -- lol at myself. absurd
Complete thread -- signed *B one* consent forms and all questions
Complete thread -- I hope you're simply pulling everyone's leg. You seem to just vanish after these
Complete thread -- Yeah, I am definitely curious as well! That's UNBELIEVABLE to take that liberty!
Complete thread -- I would NOT ADD somewhat ballotable. Are you kidding me! Who does that!?!?!?
Complete thread -- LUNGS: Right: Decreased breath sounds * for 1/3*. Left: Clear.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- my docs use those
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He has a phone with a long extension. He does not have a *purrs* unit. This
Complete thread -- I would use a comma
Complete thread -- s/l 8 mm reamer? New to OP notes
Complete thread -- would you use a comma or semicolon in this sentence?
Complete thread -- DISCHARGE DIAGNOSES: *B & A* status post fracture
Complete thread -- confused about E/A ratio vs E to E prime ratio
Complete thread -- Sure I'm too late, but here's a guess...sm
Complete thread -- I ckd The Surgical Word Book..it is with the "s"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- tHANK YOU
Complete thread -- limits of the dissection-how far they went each way
Complete thread -- Denonvilliers fascia, but check with it is with or without the "s"
Complete thread -- . The _____ dissection were the pubic
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l tenobius fascia
Complete thread -- my guess..Instead the foley catheter was inserted
Complete thread -- Is the patient a PEDS patient??? they do mix up first;last names all the time
Complete thread -- as stated??? WAG
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. I am going to flag this. I just can't be sure what he means. I
Complete thread -- Once stabilization, we will give *wet trial* at that point
Complete thread -- ultrasound was of poor quality _____ Foley catheter was in place
Complete thread -- yes extroverted crtnly mkes mre sense than wht i hrd thnx again
Complete thread -- yes, cessation is from cease, not cessate. There are 3 definitions of cessate
Complete thread -- I think it depends on your account. I would change it; most wouldn't.
Complete thread -- just curious, would you really add the somewhat ballotable part nm?
Complete thread -- Dr. Thair M Abed, MD - Pediatrics - Philadelphia, PA
Complete thread -- Anastrozole, Letrozole? Sorry!
Complete thread -- We would like for her to slow down smoking or preferably *cessate* her smoking. I
Complete thread -- sorry comma police, wrong placement, missed in editing
Complete thread -- I found a Dr. Thair Barghouthi, MD, Beckley, West Virginia, (WV), but that's too far
Complete thread -- I asked you that, because initially I did hear *x-something*,
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Dictator spells a PCP as Dr. Thair. This would be in Pennsylvania. I cannot documen
Complete thread -- Nope, but thanks for trying to help!
Complete thread -- which treated her ketones with insulin for 24 hours...
Complete thread -- k thnx again
Complete thread -- How about an approximately golf ball size/like, somewhat ballotable, soft tissue mass...
Complete thread -- jus bout to ask u same cuz idk
Complete thread -- I hear "extroverted in full extension. A size 14 ....
Complete thread -- Thanks to both! I'll go with poster who said as dictated as I don't see
Complete thread -- She started to feel ill with a headache on Sunday and they contacted the diabetes sm
Complete thread -- and does that make sense to you?
Complete thread -- I can only think of Tamoxifen or Taxol
Complete thread -- THANK YOU :))
Complete thread -- constrained liner
Complete thread -- thnx but duz it not s/l x-ray loaded?
Complete thread -- Pt with metastatic breast cancer - med s/l tamizol sm
Complete thread -- golf ball-size-like
Complete thread -- I would golf ball-like sized soft tissue
Complete thread -- I believed he is saying extroverted-to turn outward
Complete thread -- Okay, how to type: ..this *golf ball size like* soft mass in the prepatellar region.
Complete thread -- hip revision of the acetabular component with a "restrain liner"
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- thnx all bttr flg
Complete thread -- APCs? (atrial premature contractions or complexes)
Complete thread -- first part actually s/l Patient signed the consent in the preoperative area. (before going
Complete thread -- arrhythmias?
Complete thread -- PVCs ?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "operative limits" in first blank
Complete thread -- can heart rhythm have multiple abc's or am i hearing wrong?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- clinical and radiological...
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- (Please ignore 2nd incomplete sentence. Am fixing that in my note.)
Complete thread -- I do see he's referring to imaging right as he says that, so maybe he does
Complete thread -- I have a doc who often leaves out "and" or says it under his breath. Do I need it
Complete thread -- what does wthdtftp stand for?!!
Complete thread -- uh, gastrocnemius-soleus? (gastroc and soleus, or gastroc-soleus)
Complete thread -- size
Complete thread -- I wondered about that too. Probably so. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sized or size in this sentence
Complete thread -- lac (s/l lack) as in laceration?
Complete thread -- 1st one s/l lack or lock? 2nd s/l and ploris. gastroc is probably gastronemius
Complete thread -- s/l osteo clide may be ossified, relisten for that. link
Complete thread -- thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- hmm, can't find s/l clide ending yet. sm what I looked for
Complete thread -- thnx typed cdex, sedex, cedex, seedex in google n got nthng
Complete thread -- Thx for looking flagged. ...
Complete thread -- s/l Cedex, so I typed that into drugs.com phonetic search and = Cedax?
Complete thread -- tooth restoration
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l begins with os-te- something ends in clide
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- dwell time
Complete thread -- I have asked him in general to take the MiraLax at night before he goe ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- disparate:
Complete thread -- dis-pair-ette? sed rate/CRP
Complete thread -- crypts?
Complete thread -- No, much shorter word, but thanks! sent job in with blank
Complete thread -- internal derangement knee due to s/l "Kripps" - please help
Complete thread -- K. singaporensis come close?
Complete thread -- Definitely not pneumoniae, but thanks anyway
Complete thread -- I looked everywhere and found nothing that s/l what was dictated.
Complete thread -- I'd use cisplatin/Navelbine, cisplatin/Taxotere, cisplatin/Alimta, or
Complete thread -- can you find the Klebsiella species s/l here? see link
Complete thread -- Klebsiella pneumoniae?
Complete thread -- Also, I would put a dash between cisplatin and the drug following each as it is a
Complete thread -- q.3-week dosing which I would change to every-three-week dosing
Complete thread -- convenience of "q. 3 week dosing" is what I hear
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Because of his numbness in his fingertips, and the convenience of _____
Complete thread -- 2 ways..... 6-year-old who, himself, has told... 6-year-old. He, himself, has told
Complete thread -- essentially
Complete thread -- doesn't seem to make much sense to me.
Complete thread -- states "underlying klebsiella ? s/l spiborin ? for which she has been treated
Complete thread -- that is funny. (sorry, not sure about the commas)
Complete thread -- sorry.... should I put a comma?
Complete thread -- X is a 6-year-old who he himself has told the mother he desires a circumcision.
Complete thread -- check your dictionary, pick one of the adjectives
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag.
Complete thread -- collegial
Complete thread -- thank you.. I just put college level.. sometimes he makes up his own words
Complete thread -- collegiate
Complete thread -- ...ignore this post
Complete thread -- actually, I'm sure it is.
Complete thread -- could be collegiate
Complete thread -- plays ball on a college level. If said collegan, I imagine mispoke.
Complete thread -- Balneol - an OTC cream ?
Complete thread -- the doc says she plays ball on a collegan level.. college level. I can't find the
Complete thread -- Med or OTC s/l tran-ah-tan two (not Travatan)
Complete thread -- That will work. Thanks so much. I went totally blank.
Complete thread -- transacted ?
Complete thread -- This is how I would do it. Can't tell you how to do the E prime A prime as my account
Complete thread -- thank you! that's weird!
Complete thread -- He actually says transected but what starts with trans and means what he wants? Once
Complete thread -- it appears like a bird beak.
Complete thread -- question on an echo report
Complete thread -- Thanks so much to you both! It is intertrigo.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- what does he mean by beaking?
Complete thread -- clotrimazole.
Complete thread -- Clotrimazole
Complete thread -- might be intertrigo ? (also maybe intertrigo IN shoulder furrows, just guessing)
Complete thread -- intertrigo?
Complete thread -- thank you!! Nope! I remember! Just wasn't sure how he spelled it!
Complete thread -- Hoss Cartwright, son of Ben, lived on the Ponderosa? Am I aging myself something
Complete thread -- That is what I am wondering. She might just not be pronouncing it very well.
Complete thread -- On examination, she has large ptotic breasts with inter____and shoulder furrows.
Complete thread -- some type of fungal cream
Complete thread -- thanks a ton.
Complete thread -- how do you spell the name of Hoss?! Have a stocky 2-yo people nicknamed hoss!
Complete thread -- levator ani ?
Complete thread -- treated with Valium and transrectal massage
Complete thread -- colorectal area - syndrome that s/l "Levaydoreeneye"
Complete thread -- is it diastasis?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- you are close - pannus
Complete thread -- *s/l pannis* Her abdomen was remarkable for obesity and pannis.
Complete thread -- YOU ARE FLIPPIN' AWESOME!!
Complete thread -- 17 y/o with abdominal pain. sm
Complete thread -- strabismus?
Complete thread -- further info - possibly an ophthalmology term
Complete thread -- in the PMH, sounds like "Stravitsma" surgery - killin' me!
Complete thread -- Interesting...I'm going to send him the report to double check. nm
Complete thread -- piloerection ..."goosebumps"?
Complete thread -- facile - can only find this used in French, though, in regard to respirations
Complete thread -- s/l... Bount-tea-all ... sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Just relistened and it's not vesicular....thanks for trying nm
Complete thread -- vesicular? " normal breath sounds. Bronchial and vesicular . Breath sounds heard over the
Complete thread -- mutually monogamous same-sex relationship
Complete thread -- Respirations are s/l fasciles? sm
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- memory is singular, memory IS intact. not were.
Complete thread -- thank you! i think that is the only spelling i didn't try!!:-) ...
Complete thread -- Jalyn
Complete thread -- Good grief - celiac
Complete thread -- new medicine
Complete thread -- celiac axis?
Complete thread -- celiac axis adenopathy?
Complete thread -- Delay of?
Complete thread -- There are some portal and ____ access adenopathy and questionable varices.
Complete thread -- There now, but can't get it.
Complete thread -- No wav
Complete thread -- ______ OF REVERSE SURAL ARTERY FLAP TO RIGHT
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but Prolene s/b capped.
Complete thread -- I googled and the first hit was from the manufacturer. See link.
Complete thread -- Endotracheal intubation. Does anyone know if it is Easy Cap or Easy-Cap CO2 detector?
Complete thread -- the small *astatish* incision in the abdome...
Complete thread -- as well as the *piece of flex H D* was then removed and passed off the field
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- s/l "TPO" AFO braces
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NP keeps saying "p.o. p.t." in medication list after dosage.
Complete thread -- Counsel patient
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "Cancel patient . . . ." does this make sense?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- plural verb, were intact (not was)
Complete thread -- No idea on the proverbs, but should be
Complete thread -- Sorry, no idea. "Give the devil his due" would have been the only
Complete thread -- I don't see how leukemia would sound anything like "leukmacis 2"
Complete thread -- Cognitive Function: He did very poorly with concentration test such as ...
Complete thread -- most likely leukemia just looking at it anyway
Complete thread -- Just means tilting or leaning (listing, like a ship) to the right.
Complete thread -- What comes next? Not coming up with anything here.
Complete thread -- Depends on client preferences, but I do L4 on L5 myself.
Complete thread -- your question makes no sense but "listing to the right" does.
Complete thread -- can you give a better sound-like? "look may sis" or "look mack is"?
Complete thread -- sense? cannot stand without listing to the right on certain positions
Complete thread -- reiterated?
Complete thread -- mental status exam
Complete thread -- mother died of s/l leukmacis 2
Complete thread -- L4-5 anterolisthesis of 4 on 5. This is what is dictated, is this how to transcribe,
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- looks right to me.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- elected not to have surgery
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Yes, I know it is the name of an album, but HERE, as I said, it is
Complete thread -- ELISA maybe (method of testing)
Complete thread -- would help to know a little more about what's going on with
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- LOL. you hit the nail on the head!~
Complete thread -- hee.
Complete thread -- Driving me batty.
Complete thread -- at least that is a bit easier to handle than farnix instead of pharynx
Complete thread -- search the archives for Nirvana.
Complete thread -- The patient has Guillain-Barre syndrome. The resident keeps pronouncing it GULLAM!
Complete thread -- I think that is the most original excuse I've ever heard! A "joke", no less.
Complete thread -- He is saying pottery!! I feel like such an idiot! Doah!
Complete thread -- never heard of this before - s/l pie-ree/py-ree? see mess and thanks for help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He has satisfactory range of motion and no crepitus; stable joint. Is semicolon
Complete thread -- How about if someone was just passing by and they see it, they might think it is right
Complete thread -- Please make sure you are correct when you attempt to correct someone
Complete thread -- Why we attempt to put a boundary on our knowledge is beyond me.
Complete thread -- Oh good Lord....
Complete thread -- the New Search will search what's in the "Name" box too, if you happen to
Complete thread -- go up to archives by dates, and find today, and you'll have to muddle through
Complete thread -- Ask yourself the same question. Why did YOU pick apart someone's post
Complete thread -- conjugate that verb then, please...
Complete thread -- just an excuse for those to be lazy and not paying attention and then, it creeps
Complete thread -- quick ? - if i want to find a post from today but unsure of the wording how would I
Complete thread -- Maybe because "language" is our business? I wish we cared more about correct use of it
Complete thread -- First off, she fixed it herself, because she knows what is right. That's all.
Complete thread -- that was a big help!
Complete thread -- that's as a noun. "never mind" as an imperative verb command should be 2 words.
Complete thread -- It's two words. It's not one word made from two, like "somewhere" or "anybody". It's an im
Complete thread -- I am just saying that when they use it in their post and it is not actually part of the sm
Complete thread -- lowercase c = clinical classification cT4bN0M0, if you follow BoS, no spaces
Complete thread -- just pay you no nevermind. oh, wait never mind!
Complete thread -- Because it is 2 words, and it makes a difference. Heck, why do we do anything then?
Complete thread -- why tell people to use 2 words when it is 1 word. And honestly what difference does it sm
Complete thread -- thnx thot bout Prempro 2 but pt 23yo n not sure bout 2nd will flg
Complete thread -- doc dictates it as s/l CT4 B N0 M0. Am I hearing it right? pls help
Complete thread -- LOL. We spend all our time here telling people to use 2 words and look
Complete thread -- thanks so much to all who helped me.
Complete thread -- Incorrect. sm from Webster's New World College Dictionary
Complete thread -- a guess on Prempro for #1.... #2 s/l cefidime(s)?
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- sorry, doesn't make sense to me, but I don't know what it should be.
Complete thread -- Too slow, lol. Of note, never mind is 2 words.
Complete thread -- LOL. That just cracked me up. :)
Complete thread -- nevermind found abutting. thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- abutting. just a real word. s/m
Complete thread -- abutting?
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- Agree 100%. Just in general, it is a wonder some of these kids even know ho
Complete thread -- ortho help pls. s/l abudding? see mess
Complete thread -- Oops, I posted in the wrong place, huh? LOL. Sorry.
Complete thread -- He also had some s/l hypercystic edema. (make sense?)
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Head: Normocephalic, atraumatic. Normal _____ frontal temporal tenderness.
Complete thread -- noun. a supporting structure or foundation, esp. one placed beneath a wall; a support or p
Complete thread -- gosh, don't forget the comma before favoring!
Complete thread -- I understood that. I was addressing that they don't seem to be teaching much of anything,
Complete thread -- favoring.
Complete thread -- yes underpinning.
Complete thread -- s/l ?paving?s/m
Complete thread -- Sorry, I was just wondering about commas in general, not just related to
Complete thread -- stroke
Complete thread -- wav posted. non-ominous s/l underpinning a medical condition
Complete thread -- Yes, Enter * faecalis...... It's not very clear.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Descriptive adjectives (short, shuffling which modifies gait) need commas!
Complete thread -- Yes, there was.
Complete thread -- Agree. Wonder if it might be Enterobacter faecalis by chance?
Complete thread -- I think commas in medical context can be more challenging at times.
Complete thread -- There was no clause in that particular question below though.
Complete thread -- You need some bacteria. Entero--- something?
Complete thread -- When I see a question saying "what clause?" I really wonder. sm
Complete thread -- desats would probably be more appropriate since on CPAP, but
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- the baby, not the mother.
Complete thread -- I wonder what they teach period. People come here and ask if 1/2 cm is typed that way.
Complete thread -- Do they even teach comma stuff in schools anymore? Posts here today
Complete thread -- after birth?
Complete thread -- Comes to mind . . . hCG levels, which are monitored to prevent rupture.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- decels - short for decelerations
Complete thread -- Haven't a clue, but maybe giving dilated, effaced, and station.
Complete thread -- What I do have is objective data that suggests...
Complete thread -- I would omit the comma after "short."
Complete thread -- Oh I must be tired. Commas here as dictated are making me question. Are they ok?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that profound malnutrition could in part be the source
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Rupture was ruled out but the patient was found to be s/l "A-see-E."
Complete thread -- I have counseled her that this may be the best initial approach, altho ...
Complete thread -- his objective data
Complete thread -- But I do have __________that suggests her weight today is 81 pounds ...
Complete thread -- Exactly. Much better.
Complete thread -- X-rays (AP and lateral views) of the left femur and hip taken here in the office today
Complete thread -- put a comma or period after genitalia, and you would probably have the
Complete thread -- would you do your commas this way or not?
Complete thread -- I'd put a period after genitalia. It was noted the baby's external genitalia is
Complete thread -- started having more s/l "cells" and was reloaded with caffeine
Complete thread -- I think the fact that they bother to post shows they at least
Complete thread -- Sure I know. I don't think it is reasonable, but good for you guys.
Complete thread -- infraclavicular
Complete thread -- that's what I'd have to assume too. too many of these posters
Complete thread -- silicone (not silicon) gel sheet treatment for keloids - see link
Complete thread -- welcome!
Complete thread -- Exam: He has these 2 keloids that we excised _s/l "with Silicon g ...
Complete thread -- ?? poster may not know what voided means - knows no other
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. would demonstrate patency of the genitalia.
Complete thread -- ??????
Complete thread -- might be "voided"
Complete thread -- Premature infant genitalia s/l "waited" in DR.
Complete thread -- Now I hear it. It's "had an argument with" She really is mumbling badly so that's why
Complete thread -- When asked why, he says that he had "nor reeda" with his wife and she had left and he
Complete thread -- found it, monomeric. Thanks.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- ? maybe intrapartricular is interpeduncular artery
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Might be. that's what I was wondering. Thx.
Complete thread -- The way they make us work nowadays, much of it probably isn't worth 6.81/hr
Complete thread -- I offered her Zofran
Complete thread -- credulous, diffident state? Not medical terms...and just a guess here.
Complete thread -- she continued to complain of chronic diarrhea, chronic intermittent na ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- whom Elizabeth
Complete thread -- concerned Elizabeth inherited her genetic?...is the patient named Elizabeth?
Complete thread -- Apparently her mother is __________ inherited her genetic predispositi ...
Complete thread -- help with myringoplasty please. s/l mono miracle retraction?
Complete thread -- she continued to complain of chronic diarrhea, chronic intermittent na ...
Complete thread -- R U actually telling a fellow MT her work isnot worth $6.81 an hour?
Complete thread -- psych eval - not an account I'm used to.
Complete thread -- I left it blank.
Complete thread -- U too!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- perirectal abscess?
Complete thread -- I'm serious also. I know you have to do what the account wants. I simply don't
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You aren't worth it!
Complete thread -- earn and learn
Complete thread -- One recent pay period on this account, I made average of $6.81/hr.
Complete thread -- Go back to your play and leave us grownups to our work.
Complete thread -- LOL. That mess looks like we should learn 3.95/hour!
Complete thread -- whooptee!
Complete thread -- only see this in relation to acetabulum. . . still checking.
Complete thread -- I'll re-listen, billybog and hclokc. Thanks much!
Complete thread -- Pus discharge same as purulent discharge. That's ok by me.
Complete thread -- This ESL gets what he gives. You're right but if I had to fix this mess,
Complete thread -- that be a mess. over skin and at the 9 o'clock what?
Complete thread -- protrusio?
Complete thread -- has on proctoscopy a small abscess?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Asian ESL dictating on elderly pt with fever spike 103. Need help w/rectal pls.
Complete thread -- Krackow suture
Complete thread -- modified S/L Crakhour? suture was placed through the tendon of the biceps
Complete thread -- Thank you, I believe it is S and P as stated above. You guys are great
Complete thread -- that's my thought, wonder if the last is S and P for sural and peroneal --sm
Complete thread -- SO I found superficial peroneal nerve (SPN) too.... hello?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link, but no luck. I'm thinking Lynx but cannot document.
Complete thread -- so to play that out, SP may be superficial peroneal...
Complete thread -- distributions leads me to think this is nerves.. maybe DP for deep peroneal?
Complete thread -- Goldstein?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, but no. Links, Lynx ??
Complete thread -- it was Betty Bloss or Blossing or smthng like that
Complete thread -- I assume DP = dorsalis pedis. SP? Not familiar with any of that.
Complete thread -- it was: ...sepis and stroke. The potential for unforeseen complications and possible
Complete thread -- can you hear Darrach?
Complete thread -- neurovascularly intact in the DP, SP, and S/L SNP? distributions
Complete thread -- I hear "reoperation and was advised as well to the fact.... attendant material risks"
Complete thread -- Shoulder arthroplasty. S/l Link retractor was used. Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- should b there thnx
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Thought maybe there was a word like that, that I didn't know
Complete thread -- Not there
Complete thread -- so fix it.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- Duh....that's it. Thanks so much. That never even occured to me.
Complete thread -- turgid ??
Complete thread -- She has several "turgate" lesionis on her abdomen. She thinks they are spider bites.
Complete thread -- NM got this. 1-year-old male infant with ....
Complete thread -- ntrstng i was hearng Betty Black thnx
Complete thread -- This is a 1-year-old male with a ----abscessed cellulitis.
Complete thread -- I hear Megan Ross family nurse practitioner.
Complete thread -- You know what, I didn't check archives here until just now. Not good, sorry. I'm now
Complete thread -- Op note for lung removal. Kind of long, so please sm
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- Do NOT guess--if you cannot clearly hear the word, then flag!!!!
Complete thread -- Absolutely. Totally separate things.
Complete thread -- running out of time so no wav, but...
Complete thread -- Wow, that is great. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- sorry, but there's no way to guess. if you can't hear it. I'd flag it. although
Complete thread -- irregular or regular rhythm
Complete thread -- intraparenchymal ?
Complete thread -- A CTA showed an absent s/l "intrapartricular" left vertebral a ...
Complete thread -- I am finding some documentation for L. S/M
Complete thread -- me either. maybe they're confusing the L for the R
Complete thread -- Thanks to both!
Complete thread -- Xopenex is the *L* isomer of albuterol. Cannot document L-isomer.
Complete thread -- gave you the link to what you are looking 4 below s/m
Complete thread -- Thanks! Funny that QA didn't catch the 1/2 cm.
Complete thread -- Could Dermalex for dark eye circles also be used to txmt of eczema? thx
Complete thread -- Check Dermalex (company name)
Complete thread -- lots of hits on google for Dermalex
Complete thread -- For her ongoing issues with eczema, she is contemplating
Complete thread -- ectasia /ec·ta·sia/ (ek-ta´zhah) dilatation, expansion, or distention.ectat´ic. annuloaort
Complete thread -- That could be. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- cockup splint?
Complete thread -- cock-up wrist splint
Complete thread -- type of wrist splint
Complete thread -- electrolytes? maybe saying 'lytes
Complete thread -- As in electrolytes?
Complete thread -- CBC differential with lights? Heard of this?
Complete thread -- minimally invasive surgery for back a "dynosis"?
Complete thread -- what is this all about?
Complete thread -- thanks for advice but I rarely get these reports just filling in today.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- insinuated
Complete thread -- never mind - finally found verification for common artery. Just blank for s/l instnated
Complete thread -- sm - 2 questions
Complete thread -- The restrictive part is about the cast, not the knee, lol.
Complete thread -- Ahh, maybe. I'll relisten.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I am sure it is abdominal ectasia. Thanks anyway. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes, but I am not finding abdominal ectasia either. I find ectasia an ...
Complete thread -- PMH of anxiety and menopause- Medication s/l 10 mg of am band?
Complete thread -- If you check OneLook, you will see that lactasia is not a word.
Complete thread -- lactasia or ectasia? sm
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks for that suggestion! Must be it. : )
Complete thread -- sheesh
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Perhaps you should invest in a reference such as Stedman's Ortho. Worth its weight in gol
Complete thread -- Should read 0.5 cm of enhancement in the left frontal lobe, remote from a prior craniotomy
Complete thread -- Me too...
Complete thread -- might be "Durham" - Durham, NY is 30 minutes from Albany.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Of course! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Put to _____ vacuum suction; good suction was obtained.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- thalamic? ck dict for meaning
Complete thread -- Either way is fine, but I prefer to put that comma in when you have a series of 3.
Complete thread -- archives has this about 100 times and you need to check your acct specs if they
Complete thread -- 1st way; need that comma to set off clause
Complete thread -- s/l felamic. Patient had a CT scan of the brain done which revealed a small
Complete thread -- Works in *dorm* school district as bus driver. This is in New York, probably
Complete thread -- with ortho test (speed's test) is this capped and is the 's needed?
Complete thread -- purulent? wound w/pussy or purulent discharge, resolving sepsis IOW.
Complete thread -- Obviously you simply choose to ignore the whole thread and try to stick
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks, thanks, thanks!
Complete thread -- do i need a comma before the second or?
Complete thread -- Good for you Marg. "Sheesh" never has justification OR ans.
Complete thread -- LOL Way over my head-- I give! :D
Complete thread -- I would think distant rather than distance.
Complete thread -- I only know of Relpax.
Complete thread -- dynamizing
Complete thread -- oops--remove the screws in attempt at diamondizing the fracture.
Complete thread -- was placed on top of it. _____ vacuum suction
Complete thread -- remove the IM rod in attempt at diamondizing the fracture?
Complete thread -- Clauses are often contrasted with phrases. Traditionally, a clause was said to have both a
Complete thread -- There is still only one left knee in the cast, so I don't see why it is restrictive
Complete thread -- GLUCOPHAGE, APRESOLINE, and SOME KIND OF DRUG CALLED RELAX
Complete thread -- that funky word in there is "about."
Complete thread -- material in the wound *pudging* discharge
Complete thread -- It's been too many years for me. I don't remember the difference. :D sm
Complete thread -- Good point. The first blank does have a "2" s/l, so I'm confused.
Complete thread -- actually the restrictive/nonrestrictive comma rule is the same for
Complete thread -- We don't often disagree, Passthru, but on this one, I
Complete thread -- s/l remost. She presents with a new followup MRI which shows an area of about a
Complete thread -- apparently had *a gliitis*. She responded to finally the antibiotics
Complete thread -- ensure - to make certain that something happens. Insure - protect financially
Complete thread -- if it were a clause, but it is a phrase not a clause.
Complete thread -- s/l spearing
Complete thread -- Most consider insure only in context of insurance. I know that when I try to use it
Complete thread -- NM, I found *distance metastasis.*
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you so much Questyr
Complete thread -- I guess I disagree and would consider that a nonessential clause and
Complete thread -- (Duh, typo. Should be mucosal.)
Complete thread -- FYI - there are no acct specs for this.
Complete thread -- Pt with malignant muscosal melanoma. Discussed in tumor board and... (please
Complete thread -- i know these 2 words both have the same meaning but which one would you use in this
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- google triamcinolone with bupivacaine and see what you think
Complete thread -- should I put "in the cast" in commas ? for some unknown reason I am having a lot of
Complete thread -- s/l transfenalol
Complete thread -- ICD code for vaginorrhaphy is 70.79 see link...but I would
Complete thread -- thanks so much everyone. I hate these verbatim accts and docs too lazy to dictate a full
Complete thread -- I also misread your question, sorry!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- misread question, I thought referring to first comma, ignore my response
Complete thread -- I would not use one period, but if you do, I'd put it after dirty, but was still, not
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I am viewing the clause as necessary...that the doctor is
Complete thread -- 3M™ Medipore™
Complete thread -- Medipore
Complete thread -- s/l vaginal orrhaphy
Complete thread -- s/l metafore tape
Complete thread -- I would move it to after the word dirty.
Complete thread -- Double Possessives
Complete thread -- Double Possessives
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- We have given the BoS source. What else do you want? Whether one likes
Complete thread -- do i need a comma after but here? thanks so much for your help.
Complete thread -- googing shows there is a HER4...see link
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Pt to undergo mastectomy. sm
Complete thread -- she commented it did not bother her stomach. It would be wise
Complete thread -- Oh I was thinking a lot of strange stuff when I heard the name. lol.
Complete thread -- however, she could _____did not bother her stomach, it will be wise to ...
Complete thread -- Please state your sources. If you decline, we'll all conclude your challenge is bogus and
Complete thread -- and your source is what, Ms Sheesh? (The word "of" usually conveys possession, Latin genit
Complete thread -- I'll "see you" and raise you 2. Please state your justification with reference(s). Thanks.
Complete thread -- lol, I glanced and read that as "confOrmation"
Complete thread -- I was close to this.
Complete thread -- You are going to think me nuts, but I thought Patty and Bharathi?
Complete thread -- (thank you!)
Complete thread -- It was Dr. Patrick Atiyeh.
Complete thread -- http://www.ucomparehealthcare.com/drs/pennsylvania/U1.html
Complete thread -- I hear "The patient is acutely confused......" but I can't understand what follows. SM
Complete thread -- The patient is acutely ? confused with perseveration
Complete thread -- yes, they harvest the part of the vein to be used.
Complete thread -- greater saphenous vein with *harvested* greater saphenous vein
Complete thread -- Not having any luck with that one.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Found down at home. COPD.
Complete thread -- Maybe of interest to some...in researching this further, as
Complete thread -- Thank you. (Now I'm wondering if he was "classically trained" at one of our most revered
Complete thread -- male
Complete thread -- MT911.com has a physician finder (with phonetic spelling search) and also a physician find
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Older term? it is simply the 'technical' term, not necessarily older.
Complete thread -- Trying to find a doc in PA. Dr. Patty s/l Up-tie-he. Not sure what speciality.
Complete thread -- just curious,...is doc male or female?
Complete thread -- This doc is young but uses older terms...like coitus...giggle.
Complete thread -- (WOW! and so fast!! Thanks for your confirmation! :-)
Complete thread -- Margaret-- it was wen!!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- inside is one definition for "wen."
Complete thread -- only have 2 on my antibiotic list with "T" Tazobactam ??sm
Complete thread -- Hmmm...just listened again, and he is saying when/g-- I will flag!
Complete thread -- (consider and rule out: "kerion" and "wen." ) (so I'm an "old fogey"; I don't deny it.)
Complete thread -- Thank you, boy, he was not clear on that at all. Appreciate it!!
Complete thread -- only have 2 on my antibiotic list with "T" Tazobactam ??sm
Complete thread -- So in the end, OP, it is your call tempered with client instructions ... as
Complete thread -- Matters not, if everyone "likes" it or "likes" anything. It is wrong.
Complete thread -- wheal
Complete thread -- skin rash-- s/l wheng???
Complete thread -- Again, Questyr is correct, "cephalic," not "corporal." I can't explain my "spazz,"
Complete thread -- well-formed sleep spindles.
Complete thread -- epileptiform?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Mgt
Complete thread -- Oops, Questyr is quite correct. Please ignore my response re "corporal."
Complete thread -- The dictator prob. referring to fluid seen with what path report said
Complete thread -- I sure don't hear glucose though, sorry no help, a blank to me.
Complete thread -- Perhaps Margaret can help on this one as it is her forte
Complete thread -- EEG. Sleep stage 2 is seen with the presence of s/l latter-form? sleep spindles
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (you are correct to "worry," b/c most docs say simply "external version." But your doc's
Complete thread -- Agree! Just needed another opinion. Thank you!
Complete thread -- typo...external not exteranal
Complete thread -- I'd go with neck.
Complete thread -- I keep finding ECV (exteranal cephalic version) to turn a breech baby..I can
Complete thread -- NST (nonstress test)
Complete thread -- sorry, that was response to your blank not your s/l
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- The prescribing insert for Zipsor says it should be given 4 times a day
Complete thread -- I encouraged them today to take
Complete thread -- We proceeded with the *N F C* which was fine for half an hour after
Complete thread -- result
Complete thread -- OPERATION: External _*corporal* version, ECV.
Complete thread -- urinalysis ___ reveals 2+ s/l glucose hematuria
Complete thread -- (I agree! I was studying my BOS #3 intently until I "lost" it somewhere within my house...
Complete thread -- I encouraged that let her _____take over her finances and they are in ...
Complete thread -- Zipsor 25 mg s/l two times a day, but it also sounds a bit like three. Anyone have
Complete thread -- We don't need IDEAS or OPINIONS.
Complete thread -- without listening, logic would suggest "no acute changes," not "no Q-(wave) changes."
Complete thread -- non-specific T changes is it no Q-changes or acute changes
Complete thread -- Calm down. I was saying Geez to myself not you!
Complete thread -- Well, alrighty then. Geeze, I had no idea you only typed it wrong here.
Complete thread -- Geez yeah I typed it in report as track.
Complete thread -- thx 4 lnk added 2 wrd lst
Complete thread -- but it is incorrect! Sheesh
Complete thread -- track! a tract is an anatomical entity.
Complete thread -- They are not the same because they revised, made changes, etc. The 3rd ED is NOTHING
Complete thread -- Gripper plus power P.A.C. needle. Link inside
Complete thread -- Oh duh he is saying and did appear to tract.
Complete thread -- thnx lookd 4 pack and packed needle on google but didnt get PAC
Complete thread -- just need to check your usage
Complete thread -- In the lateral gutter there was noted to be some scar tissue down along the area sm
Complete thread -- there is a PAC needle on google
Complete thread -- Thank You So Much! (nor did I realize there might be so much difference within a single
Complete thread -- but I like your idea too Margaret
Complete thread -- you are welcome
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- my BOS 2 page 328 does state "a patient of Dr. Smith's".
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- thx so much
Complete thread -- oh I didn't realize things were on different pages in different copyright
Complete thread -- I think Phyllodes is correct! Thank you!
Complete thread -- (thanks, poi! :-)
Complete thread -- I agree with phyllodes, far, upper-inner portion of right breast
Complete thread -- hmmm....maybe "incentive spirometry"? (that's what I would suggest, anyhoo......)
Complete thread -- thank you poi, you've been a big help for me today.
Complete thread -- hear it 2
Complete thread -- - I don't hear "small" - the ph sound COULD possibly be the "s" sound you hear
Complete thread -- s/l it could possibly be Phyllodes tumor
Complete thread -- hmm,...I'm certain I'm looking at BOS #2 (copyright 1996), and page 328. Last item on page
Complete thread -- phyllodes tumor?
Complete thread -- s/l... en-sclo-me-ter ... sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. Going there again....
Complete thread -- could that be smallish tumor?
Complete thread -- small __ tumor, far upper inner -- word almost sounds like yeast
Complete thread -- (the word immediately before "upper" = "far," to my ear; cannot "get" the other words.
Complete thread -- last item on page
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- I'm not finding...Are you sure BOS Ed=2 and page = 328? SM
Complete thread -- Thank you. (I'm astonished! Going there now to check it out! Thanks for citation!)
Complete thread -- 3-she felt hurried 4-we reviewed handwashing
Complete thread -- I am hearing the appropriate voice file, but doc = TOO FAST! I have no idea....
Complete thread -- ty Margaret
Complete thread -- posted an mp3 instead
Complete thread -- sorry pls post again as i posted over you.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- followed by a posterior-anterior ____ splint
Complete thread -- patient of Dr. Black's (BOS 2, pg 328)
Complete thread -- I like your ideas Margaret... thanks
Complete thread -- She is Dr Black's patient, or she is a patient of Dr. Black. (just my idea, you understand
Complete thread -- "I recommended FA/FP testing looking for MG." = what I hear.
Complete thread -- She is a patient of Dr. Black or She is a patient of Dr. Black's.
Complete thread -- I posted over you. I refreshed but took so long that you had posted and I did not know it
Complete thread -- pls help with mp3
Complete thread -- (sorry for inadvertently omitting "CNS" in my reply.)
Complete thread -- no gross (central, understood) deficit, however, peripheral (ck sp) CNS. SM
Complete thread -- Wowie-Zow! I'd love to learn your source for that; so far I remain unconvinced....TIA!:-)
Complete thread -- there is a wav
Complete thread -- CNS: No gross CNS s/l prev a sit, however, periheral CNS sm
Complete thread -- Thank you-- had internet issues all night and so now I'm a basket case...lol! :P
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- do you have a sounds like?
Complete thread -- hemosiderin can indeed be seen with the
Complete thread -- (I'm finding lots of Mason type IIs and IIIs, so I imagine your Mason type I is correct.
Complete thread -- by a posterior-anterior _____ splint.
Complete thread -- oops, bipolar, not bilateral !!
Complete thread -- yes - because "female" or "woman" is understood, even if not stated
Complete thread -- Patient fell on her outstretched hand and sustained a
Complete thread -- brain cloud this morning -- need hyphens if standing alone like this?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- hemosiderin-stained fluid = my guess, but I disagree w/ doc's word choice, "hemosiderin,"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- word help pls sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l hemoseron stained fluid
Complete thread -- stabilization, and significant visual improvement may not occur.
Complete thread -- stabilization, and significant visual improvement may not occur.
Complete thread -- Giemsa stain - inconsisnt WITH H. pylori (not of)
Complete thread -- Giemsa stain?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- (before listening...) ". Gram stain demos..."?
Complete thread -- inflammation ____ demonstrates coccobacillary forms inconsistent of H. pylori
Complete thread -- If the "patient name" was actually in that one, glad it was overwritten ASAP.
Complete thread -- tyvm
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- presence of stool
Complete thread -- however, because of the _____ the polyp could be missed.
Complete thread -- Thanks. He's getting a few flags!
Complete thread -- (and position, of course.)
Complete thread -- (definitely too hard for me.:-)
Complete thread -- I'm still trying to help with previous wav!
Complete thread -- These are the distal senses: light touch, hard pressure, pain (as in pin prick), temp, and
Complete thread -- first blank
Complete thread -- a few questions - thanks!
Complete thread -- comma after touch or pin?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- it also sounds like there is more after the last sentence before the impression...
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: prompt answers 1. History of bilateral disorder, most recent episode s.m.
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for that info Margaret
Complete thread -- 1st syllable isn't "DO," but rather "DOUGH"
Complete thread -- (my guess as to correct Fr pronounciation= "teek DO-low-RUE"
Complete thread -- tic doloureux (check my spelling, per usual! :-)
Complete thread -- no cap IMO
Complete thread -- s/l teekalarow pain
Complete thread -- coughing, not coughings!
Complete thread -- coughings spells and respiratory distress?
Complete thread -- maybe "and respiratory distress and wheezing"? (I can't hear it to my satisfaction, tho)
Complete thread -- increasing severe cough and ________ wheezing and the patient
Complete thread -- New Year or new year? I think planning surgery on her sometime before the new year.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "according to the log sheet," which suggests to me the timed observations of
Complete thread -- (beyond my expertise, but) check out tazocin. (no personal knowledge, but 2 ingredients
Complete thread -- pls help with mp3
Complete thread -- lol.. but thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- a guess is hydrated
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- but he says s/l tazolin...does not sound like ceftazidime
Complete thread -- sorry, not a chance
Complete thread -- yes, started with a blister from new shoes.
Complete thread -- WOWIE-ZOW, poi!!! any chance you can "get" the middle blank, too? (There's a gold-plated
Complete thread -- s/l All polypectomy sites were inspected. (I don't hear "good results were noted" after
Complete thread -- My guess would be ceftazidime, a "cefawonderful" antibiotic w/ action against pseudomonasa
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'll relisten and consider your suggestion. : )
Complete thread -- 1. intractable 3. coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- (hmmm....are you certain doc is speaking English? My most sincere commiserations!! :-)
Complete thread -- s/l *tazolin* see message. thanks in advance
Complete thread -- (after hearing, I, sadly, have not the TEENIEST, COTTON-PICKING IDEA!! (good luck!:-)
Complete thread -- (the usual acronym one encounters is TMJ, temporomandibular joint.
Complete thread -- pls help with mp3
Complete thread -- Bilateral jaw pain due to *MTA* meniscal dislocation of intraarticular...
Complete thread -- All polypectomy sites remained _____. Good results were noted.
Complete thread -- Have a great day! was what I intended to convey!!! :-)
Complete thread -- And You, TOO! :-)
Complete thread -- BTW, I suspect your "officially" might actually be the word "eventually." (?)
Complete thread -- Yes, these doctors do that to us!!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- and, thank you for the feed-back! (I had walked my knowledge Beyond the end of the plank!)
Complete thread -- could the "spring" you hear actually be "clean," which could convey "non-problematic,"i.e.
Complete thread -- That's exactly it.....it has to be because my spell check accepted it!!
Complete thread -- (I can't imagine your s/l; usually it would be "dry," "non-bleeding," "non-oozing," SM
Complete thread -- check out this Google find: medial visceral rotation (the Cattell-Braasch maneuver) SM
Complete thread -- All polypectomy sites remained *spring*.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l "Kurtail-Braush" maneuver
Complete thread -- (I'm so pleased and tickled it came to me!! It certainly threatened to NOT do so! :-)
Complete thread -- I hear "He has tinnitus and has worn hearing aids for 5 years in the right ear."
Complete thread -- flaccidity (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- :) You're right! Thank you sooooooooo much!
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo!!! Doc is saying "...up into his brain (in order) to know where he is in his gai
Complete thread -- muscle or nerve to that muscle with resultant*focidity*and officially an eventration
Complete thread -- (all made sense to me up to the point of the s/l, then I completely lost doc's train of
Complete thread -- Patient status post nontraumatic brain injury.
Complete thread -- thanks. I'm just going to flag. MD goes so fast.
Complete thread -- I have put in parentheses the part I can't understand. SM
Complete thread -- (thank you very much, jms! New to me! :-)
Complete thread -- okay, can you recheck now?
Complete thread -- Azor
Complete thread -- did you mean Hyzaar 10/40? Hyzaar 5/40?
Complete thread -- (Oops, ignore my word "gerund"; it was a past progressive verb.)
Complete thread -- (no, look okay to me til after the comma following "elevated."
Complete thread -- do my labs look okay? Please sm
Complete thread -- Oops, go with the gerund "clamming," not my adjective "clammy." So sorry!
Complete thread -- High bp, and has a hard time tolerating "Azar" 10/40. Lower to 5/40.
Complete thread -- decompression for syringomyelia
Complete thread -- Thank you guys.
Complete thread -- yes, clamming. out gathering clams to eat from the beach
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- except for the near(-?)absence of iron stores. (I don't know hyphens yet.)
Complete thread -- maybe "a near absence" ?
Complete thread -- mp3 fails to match your message. MP3 belonged to a post way down below.
Complete thread -- "clammy," meaning cold yet sweaty, at times a signal of an onset of infection.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- bone marrow except for *vaneer* absence of iron stores
Complete thread -- s/l ? clamming ? s/m
Complete thread -- I think I hear "blood culture grew greater...bacteria," or less likely corynebacterium,...
Complete thread -- grew Corynebacterium? sensitive to the current antibiotic
Complete thread -- I THINK first blank might be "grew out a bacteria"
Complete thread -- (sorry, too complex & poorly enunciated for me. :-(
Complete thread -- sensitive to the current IV antibiotic
Complete thread -- (I learned pronunciation as "mor-GAG-ni," but correct might be "mor-GAN-yee."
Complete thread -- Blood culture grew _____ bacteria sensitive to _____ IV antibiotic
Complete thread -- (sorry, above link was to subscribe. Link in this message is the citation for info in mess
Complete thread -- (no question, just concerning info fyi) (You may subscribe if you wish.)
Complete thread -- doc mispronounced. More common pronunciation = "BOCK-da-lek."
Complete thread -- (for completeness, the other embryological propensity 4 hernia fr abd into chest=Morgagni
Complete thread -- (It is Really quite old; persisting fetal embryological pleuroperitoneal canal remnants
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Wasnt in my word book either. Time to update I suppose!
Complete thread -- Bochdalek
Complete thread -- s/l botched "elec" hernia
Complete thread -- (tho your question isn't clear, I'm assuming "RT" stands for "radiation therapy." Ask more
Complete thread -- status post RT for lung cancer
Complete thread -- (Thank you. Can't docu Gaucher's as predisposing to osteonecro; s/l =/= gastritis disease
Complete thread -- (alt, thanks for being gracious, grateful. As idiom, it IS common, yet nevertheless odd to
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (the first "s" of sarcoidosis blended into the final "s" of the word before, why hard to
Complete thread -- I hear sarcoidosis and, um,
Complete thread -- hypertension.. hyperthyroidism.. mitral valve prolapse s/l arcradosis + wav
Complete thread -- I think the trouble here is an ESL MT, not the ESL doc
Complete thread -- ESL doc
Complete thread -- (the early a.m. exam was left-hand side.) early a.m. vs "earlier" exam
Complete thread -- hmm, I seem to be hearing INH therapy instead of Rh therapy. can't make out blank.
Complete thread -- I hear something about INH therapy
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- treated for ___ in 1999 Rh therapy
Complete thread -- THATS IT. TX :)
Complete thread -- could be-thanks so much.
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- neuroforaminal is not a word, by the way.
Complete thread -- can you hear - horse serum?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- the patient has allergies to ancef and "horseo"
Complete thread -- showed endplate irregularity at L5 ...
Complete thread -- it's strain/sprain
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Doc keeps saying something like "cervical strain sprain". Is it strained sprain or
Complete thread -- tnx everyone. i think he is saying Gaucher's disease
Complete thread -- (other kind: hyp(o)(er)baric chamber "caisson worker w/ progressive osteonecrosis fem
Complete thread -- gastritis disease, not liver disease
Complete thread -- tnx margaret
Complete thread -- ...but he has developed.....
Complete thread -- ...He has never worked in a caisson.....(Over hill, over dale, we will hit the dusty trail
Complete thread -- ok tnx much
Complete thread -- OP, please listen to what got posted on wav. "He is not an alcoholic..."
Complete thread -- ok. sending wav1 again
Complete thread -- (wav failed, it seems. Can you try again?)
Complete thread -- wav1 pls
Complete thread -- please help with wav111
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (agree)
Complete thread -- that's what I hear, also. No other syllables in there that I can hear.
Complete thread -- appendectomy, hernia,
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- yea hrd smthng like that but wnt ahd n flggd thnx
Complete thread -- bony anatomy?
Complete thread -- s/l P______ anatomy
Complete thread -- She does not have any gross asymmetry or deformity noted on either sho ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Dr. Something s/l Harris and myself...? (asst's name?)
Complete thread -- agree w/ Jeannine. Doc may have mistakenly said aplasia, thinking "wasting," or "atrophy,"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- McDonald's and on the french fry fryer
Complete thread -- thnx all wll flg
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- In a subsequent exam, she did have
Complete thread -- Yes, it is an SI unit of measure (metric).
Complete thread -- hmmm rt 1 in there
Complete thread -- acupuncture --- stimulated to two and one half Hertz. would that be 2.5 Hz?
Complete thread -- Believe the 1st one is best as semicolon shows transition in tho't better
Complete thread -- Tape doesn't seem to match.
Complete thread -- I don't. I only use a hyphen if it's left-handed.
Complete thread -- Sure it isn't left hand hemiplegia??
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- that's fine
Complete thread -- is this punctuation correct or would you start a new sentence or use a comma
Complete thread -- She has a history of cerebral palsy with left hand aplasia. do i need a hyphen for
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks, all.
Complete thread -- I'd correct pathologic to pathological and insert a comma after side-to-side is all.
Complete thread -- where? Maybe Canadian or Brit sp?
Complete thread -- thanks, all.
Complete thread -- oriented the bowel in a s/l "side-to-side functional end-to-end fashion"
Complete thread -- otherwise, all I get are ribs...
Complete thread -- "rack of beer" rack = 20, case = 24.
Complete thread -- thanks. yep, just found something on it myself (see link).
Complete thread -- looks like it means a 12-pack (half a case) sm
Complete thread -- MP3 up for it now...
Complete thread -- alcohol jargon I'm not familiar with. s/l rack?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Nytol
Complete thread -- Does a blue-collar job, is on a regular sleep-wake schedule. He usually goes to bed
Complete thread -- not necessarily. The gravid uterus pushes the unoccupied uterus WAY out of the way.
Complete thread -- Will do.
Complete thread -- Please give an update later, if you feel like it. Interested in hearing
Complete thread -- But surely they would know if I had a double uterus after 3 c-sections.
Complete thread -- oooOOOoooo!!! I think your next doc needs to see the actual CT image, not simply the
Complete thread -- Definitely going to followup. Thanks for all the help trying to sort this mess out.
Complete thread -- Sounds like they might have pulled up a template and not taken out the 'normal sections',
Complete thread -- Actually he refers to the infarct in the mass in a paragraph describing the kidneys and sm
Complete thread -- good plan. Is the area of the renal "infarct" adjacent to the cyst?
Complete thread -- 46 years old. yep my concern was the fact that there was a mass, as well as the cyst.
Complete thread -- OH GAWD. LOL. SORRY and THANKS. I'm tired.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I was rather perplexed. Am getting copies of my hysterectomy to take with sm
Complete thread -- Very interesting. If cyst were pushing on ureter enough to -> pyelo, one would expect some
Complete thread -- My CT scan shows possible renal infarct, a 2 x 2 cm renal mass and this dang 2.1 cm cystic
Complete thread -- I'd go for anterolateral....
Complete thread -- anterolateral (sciatica)
Complete thread -- She is currently complaining of low back with "bilateral enterolateral" upper leg
Complete thread -- Pyelonephritis. Pretty severe recurrent.
Complete thread -- (none of my business, of course, but what caused your doc to order the CT? Pelvic pain?
Complete thread -- If this is YOUR report, then I'd ask MY doctor, as only he knows what he did, what
Complete thread -- "If the gain is set too low, the shape of the signal is lost and a “blocky” ..."
Complete thread -- thank you so much to all who replied...NM
Complete thread -- then the cyst is simply in the region where the adnexa would be expected to be. Go for the
Complete thread -- iow, you have spelled "gain" correctly, and its use here is okay, tho a tad colorful and
Complete thread -- "gain" is an electronic term for "amplification," e.g., on a Grass EEG recorder. SM
Complete thread -- need more context, like the previous sentence(s)
Complete thread -- gain: the signal-gathering ability of an antenna.
Complete thread -- That was just the 3rd diagnosis and where is what I am trying to ascertain.
Complete thread -- Adnexa: This Latin word (in the plural) is used in medicine in reference to appendages. Fo
Complete thread -- Some patients' s/l "gain" is set too low...SM
Complete thread -- I had a hysterectomy leaving only my cervix and yet this is on a recent CT scan.
Complete thread -- I had a hysterectomy leaving only my cervix and yet this is on a recent CT scan.
Complete thread -- Where? or what?
Complete thread -- I agree, chemical (pharmacological/drug) stress test sm
Complete thread -- (doc is not committing himself as to whether cyst is in, on, or adjacent to the ovary.
Complete thread -- Strange question but really curious now.
Complete thread -- (I think "poshun" = "position," namely, covering the cervical os.)
Complete thread -- placenta previa: Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary [home, info]
Complete thread -- placenta pr(a)evia position, iow, the indication for the C-section.
Complete thread -- praevia
Complete thread -- placenta previa is attached?
Complete thread -- placenta previa............something?
Complete thread -- Dunno, thanks. I sent report in with it blanked.
Complete thread -- Seriously? I have several professional sites that show it z- or Z- sm
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- is "TIM"="team"?
Complete thread -- Yep!
Complete thread -- Rather scary, isn't it? I know some MTs "work" this way, but...
Complete thread -- sheesh
Complete thread -- androgen deprivation therapy(ADT) androgen suppression therapy (AST)
Complete thread -- Wouldn't that be VDRL?
Complete thread -- Her rubella was immune. *v-der-al*_______ is nonreactive.
Complete thread -- RTOG studies. thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- I just googled 'r2d radiation' and 'r2d radiation to data' and not really
Complete thread -- ESL dictating psych eval on 31 y/o male with suicide attempt. Please help. TY!!
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- As I understand it, it stands for "radiation to data",