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Complete thread -- what is it that you reading?
Complete thread -- addendum sm
Complete thread -- by chance have tessier surgery book, if so, look under sutures & stitches long list
Complete thread -- ohhhh, I did not hear your wav, by the way nm
Complete thread -- I believe s/l is same as in the op title "myofascial" advancement flap,
Complete thread -- ? peak and trough for duration of IV antibiotics
Complete thread -- might be referring the a braided (suture identified
Complete thread -- Lyme s/l POLV maybe abbreviation for a facility where test done? ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l PICC eval - evaluation for PICC line?
Complete thread -- wait, the as well as goes with the first sentence. the sound file is short.
Complete thread -- not your blank but... duration of IV antibiotics to follow, as well as...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and if syndesmotic fixation is needed,
Complete thread -- cultures sent from the ER ______ duration of IV antibiotics, to follow likely in
Complete thread -- six weeks __________ it may be approximately 12 weeks.
Complete thread -- cultures sent from the ER. *pick a bell* duration of IV antibiotics
Complete thread -- certainly sounds like that
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Symlin?
Complete thread -- quinapril, Lipitor, insulin, furosemide, Antara, ______aspirin, Humalog, and Lantus.
Complete thread -- rg, we were thinking the same thing but you got the Tequin.
Complete thread -- I've searched, and what is chamelon? I can't find it anywhere with a suture/stitch.
Complete thread -- Avastin is definitely for cancer.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Combination Avastin and interferon is a form of chemotherapy for renal cell Ca.
Complete thread -- It's not clear and what I am reading says it is not chemotherapy.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What is your question
Complete thread -- Ticlid, Tigan - sorry, cant think of anything else.
Complete thread -- could it be chamelon? Never heard of it but looks like your s/l
Complete thread -- He is currently on chemotherapy with *Avastin* and interferon.
Complete thread -- Guesses - Tigan, Tequin, Ticlid? (have to see if any fits patient's condition)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Try Googling Medtronic DDDR pacemaker
Complete thread -- s/l comellion stitch
Complete thread -- s/l D D D R setting
Complete thread -- That is all that I could think of also.
Complete thread -- I think he is trying to say "I am certainly not the primary doctor"
Complete thread -- certainly consideration can be given to infectious diseases_____ certainly not the p
Complete thread -- Dyazide, Mysoline, Cymbalta, Valium, _____, aspirin, Xanax.
Complete thread -- what does this mean ? "no rales and/or bolus in 3 L normal saline and then I am going to"
Complete thread -- you'd type out the negative according to BOS, and type out less than.
Complete thread -- thank you that was it lb..... :-) ...
Complete thread -- this is for a TKR of the right knee ...
Complete thread -- PACU orders?
Complete thread -- new one for you?
Complete thread -- Like minds think alike. I called a friend who also works in the lab and she couldn't
Complete thread -- I also wasn't sure if I should type as "with negative < .91. (I don't do labs often)
Complete thread -- I can't find anything either. I called a friend of mine who works in the lab at our local
Complete thread -- I am sure I could, but I don't even know where to start on how to do it. :(
Complete thread -- made progress with her enzymes?
Complete thread -- I've googled "lyme test" with any combo of those and other letters
Complete thread -- is there any way you can post a sound file on that BOLV/POLV
Complete thread -- according to BOS, ya need the zero.
Complete thread -- made .... of enzymes ?? (has to be something with cardiac enzymes but he's just going
Complete thread -- She also ______ enzymes and the cardiologist is at the bedside seeing the patient.
Complete thread -- And I appreciate it very much. :)
Complete thread -- Lyme s/l POLV was 3.45 with negative less than .91.
Complete thread -- Clarification of above: He's dictating either P-L-O-V or P-O-L-V.
Complete thread -- He is dictating P-L-O-V. I can't find anything of the such.
Complete thread -- Yep, he says tick bites.
Complete thread -- well 'poop' - i tried.
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- I can find Lyme blot (the Western blot test) ?
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Perhaps s/l is bites, as he was diagnosed with Lyme disease.
Complete thread -- Did he say it was an orthopedist?
Complete thread -- consideration will be given to further ...
Complete thread -- HLA-B27 was negative. His Lyme s/l POLV (saying letters) was 3.45.
Complete thread -- found Dr. Clyde Schultheis - but he's radiologist?
Complete thread -- See inside for full context, please.
Complete thread -- Inspected skin around knee and no erythematous areas or any obvious s/l slights.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I couldn't find any in Kittanning either. I was thinking maybe Schultheis, but can
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's in a more major city nearby like Pittsburgh?
Complete thread -- I only find 3 orthopods in Kittanning beginning with an S, none that s/l yours.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I left off the final S -- It is Dr. Sotos
Complete thread -- Dr. Peter Soto?
Complete thread -- Ortho dr in Kittanning, PA.. Dr. s/l Shull-tice.
Complete thread -- y. We will observe the mass on the back of her hand. If it gets larg ...
Complete thread -- gallbladder, not liver. duh
Complete thread -- ty ty so much, had a heck of a time trying to figure it out ...
Complete thread -- or Quincke needle (though that is a spinal needle, might still use it for liver?
Complete thread -- guess, but Quick-Core® ?
Complete thread -- probably this: erythema chronicum
Complete thread -- erythema contagiosum ?
Complete thread -- word help please
Complete thread -- It was just in a list.... I will just flag it. Thanks
Complete thread -- that is how they want it
Complete thread -- decompressed using a 60 cc *kee kee* needle with syringe followed by
Complete thread -- AHA! Thank you f g j j g j!!
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- pretty strict with her band issues
Complete thread -- appointment but Julie is ______ that her band issues and reassures me
Complete thread -- Diabetes mellitus, type 2 not II
Complete thread -- patient takes hydroxychloroquine, ibuprofen, Allegra, Loestrin, s/l "valconex",
Complete thread -- no caps on levocetirizine
Complete thread -- give the surrounding words
Complete thread -- room for ? (almost s/l he is saying to leave room for signing his name????)
Complete thread -- Think I got it: His vancomycin, as far as that, remains on 750 mg IV
Complete thread -- shallow deformity? residual deformity?
Complete thread -- hypertension, and hyperlipidemia _______.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Nuclear is correct. Still trying for the last one.
Complete thread -- see inside for whole paragraph
Complete thread -- ty - was trying to hear that not!
Complete thread -- He has vancomycin _____(mp3) remains on 750 mg IV
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- had not, unfortunately, grown anything
Complete thread -- sorry did not see wav before, whoever that is sorry and repost yours
Complete thread -- not given her a followup appointment but Julie ________ her band issues and reassures
Complete thread -- cultures had unfortunately grown _____ which is not surprising in line with the
Complete thread -- Wire removal, thumb. Never heard "braid" in conjunction with wire removal?
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- agree with MT50
Complete thread -- algorithm
Complete thread -- Maybe... both eyes that I believe cataract surgery would improve... due to residual
Complete thread -- Diagnostic medial branch blocks are a supported medical treatment with ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry... wrong post
Complete thread -- It is not slow on my end.
Complete thread -- need more than this - whole sentence, etc?
Complete thread -- moderate nuclear lens
Complete thread -- agree with speed - slurred but s/l to determine *__ at that point (determine estimate?)
Complete thread -- s/l shill deformity of basal joints
Complete thread -- Could you possibly speed up the dictation? Way to slow to understand this, thanks
Complete thread -- To me it sounds like he started to say germane and changes his mind to "essential to
Complete thread -- I got it: end-to-end fashion.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...flaps were repaired in a lengthened and "end" fashion..
Complete thread -- medication dose is probably not _____ essentially to point in time but the patient
Complete thread -- I agree with MT50, s/l "total myo" - short for myocutaneous or myomucosal??
Complete thread -- He will return to see me after that is done to ___at that point.
Complete thread -- I believe he is saying "total myo advancement flap" Might be myocutaneous?
Complete thread -- 2 blanks.
Complete thread -- Bovie cautery. The ______ advancement flap on both sides appeared to be
Complete thread -- medicine list: S/L "Elmison".
Complete thread -- core needs and care
Complete thread -- The total s/l myo advancement flap on both side appeared
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks! It's overall.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- mid LAD lesion
Complete thread -- s/l middle A V lesion
Complete thread -- interossei
Complete thread -- overall needs and care? (or oral?)
Complete thread -- s/l enter-os-eye (sm)
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- s/l coral needs
Complete thread -- Bier block?
Complete thread -- fluticasone, then it s/l he spells Vivelle?
Complete thread -- it fits. rotating the suction apparatus, the POC were suctioned.
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Fenofibrate, Levocetirizine, zolpidem,_____ ...
Complete thread -- He has no relief from any interventions that have been performed up to ...
Complete thread -- apparatus was initiated. Using a rotating*motion*, the products of conception were su
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- baseline
Complete thread -- on Dilaudid 4 mg on a q. 4 p.o. p.r.n. basis along with __ ()methadone 10
Complete thread -- prob will list in dx/impression OR post more context & maybe we can figure it out for you
Complete thread -- eek
Complete thread -- I get lots of google hits with trochanter enthesopathy
Complete thread -- listen for "negative pressure dressing"
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l mega pressure dressing TIA!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- agree triquetrum sm (for next time google.com + hand+ bones sm
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Ah thanks - I learned a new word...
Complete thread -- Will relisten.
Complete thread -- definitely MVS or NVS.
Complete thread -- triquetrum (wrist bone)
Complete thread -- neutrophils & lymphocutes=WBC diff, so maybe red cells indices MCV sm
Complete thread -- Maybe MDS? (myelodysplastic syndrome)
Complete thread -- s/l tricretrium??? ideas??
Complete thread -- s/b MT50! oops. :)
Complete thread -- Thank you MT!
Complete thread -- MVS? NVS? I can't figure this out
Complete thread -- nadir
Complete thread -- Bloodwork showed creatinine 103 with a s/l nator of 90.
Complete thread -- Found MAT - Multifocal Atrial Tachycardia
Complete thread -- atrial fibrillation versus possible *N A T*.
Complete thread -- hyphenate?? 15-pound
Complete thread -- YES!! Thank you so much - put it in my database with a s/l
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thiola
Complete thread -- s/ dog attack
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Status post _____ to the left hand.
Complete thread -- medication s/l ** vy -OH - la **
Complete thread -- Never mind - this was a new heading! ER course
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much
Complete thread -- tragus
Complete thread -- ear exam on an infant Wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Ding Ding Ding! YOU GOT IT RIGHT!!! THANKS!!
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- No history of fever, night sweats, or _____
Complete thread -- BIG WAG - patient is not aware of the name of this syndrome?
Complete thread -- Colon cancer consultation
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear Early at the beginning too.
Complete thread -- WAG - s/l Early small bowel obstruction obstructing this patient with ...
Complete thread -- Sounds like "within" this patient.
Complete thread -- us?
Complete thread -- Small bowel obstruction _________ in this patient with prior surgery
Complete thread -- She subsequently had a pulmonary lesion, which was removed by __________.
Complete thread -- any guesses? Need to send in soon...
Complete thread -- thank you, MT50
Complete thread -- Perfect sense, just meaning trochanteric tendinitis or "enthesopathy"
Complete thread -- Sure! Thanks for trying. Troch would make sense in context, except for no google hits
Complete thread -- Could we have more content, possibly the procedure or the sentence before and after as
Complete thread -- Left-sided "troch" enthesopathy
Complete thread -- thanx billybob and thanx for this gr8 board
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- 1/4 % Marcaine. Should that be switched to 0.25%?
Complete thread -- serous features
Complete thread -- Adenocarcinoma of uterus with focal s/l serous fissures? nmtx.
Complete thread -- 'the' or 'his' would make sense in that case
Complete thread -- 2 questions 1. Pain (pressure?) with extension 2. should I add in the word add
Complete thread -- thank you!!!
Complete thread -- doctor dictates "LS radiculitis". Is that slang, LS, or can I leave as is?
Complete thread -- extra-axial
Complete thread -- s/l "exterior axial mass" unless he is tripping over his exterior to axial. Uploaded
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- Sounds good. Any second opinions or WAGs? (sm)
Complete thread -- Got it! Thanx!
Complete thread -- his baby's mama? Or the baby's mama?
Complete thread -- lumbago?
Complete thread -- He is saying your "equidor" should be Ecuador.
Complete thread -- s/l *baby's mama* pl sm
Complete thread -- Does anyone have any ideas what billybob is referring to? Please help!
Complete thread -- what does that have to do with it? IS that is assessment? I actually think that is
Complete thread -- adjuvant.
Complete thread -- Ecuador...
Complete thread -- multiple rounds of physical as well as multiple s/l agemen or ajiment medications
Complete thread -- more context
Complete thread -- assessment/plan: ______, resolved
Complete thread -- She had cardiovascular noninvasive evaluation with no concerning s/l atrius sinoda
Complete thread -- had to send it away
Complete thread -- She has abnormal nuclear stress test with s/l sixty second bond inferior wall? thanks
Complete thread -- I would say "all" since suck would be "oral."
Complete thread -- which makes more sense "By day 13, she was on (?oral or all) suck feeds"
Complete thread -- oops, just noticed this, comma after found.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- , difficulty breathing, subjective....
Complete thread -- feeling sick with productive cough ______ subjective fever, not relieved with
Complete thread -- He's a neurologist and can't even keep his specialty's meds straight. Every time he says
Complete thread -- is that "lie core"?
Complete thread -- Apologia pro orator: Confusing mg and mcg in levothyroxine dosing is very frequent among
Complete thread -- did you decide doc was correct, "sour"? Would this be diet high in acid foods?
Complete thread -- I agree, and I'd have just flagged it if my acct specs didn't allow to fix to either.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- yes, Impra, dialysis patient right
Complete thread -- could be saying looks like risotto?
Complete thread -- both the unit of measure and the number are wrong.
Complete thread -- Could the first one be - she has exasperated assessors...(worn them out?)
Complete thread -- If you didn't need Google, why ask for help? If he made a mistake, either flag or fix.
Complete thread -- s/b hypoxic respiratory failure, (SM
Complete thread -- Probably. That's what I think.
Complete thread -- Well, I don't need "google" for this. Have never heard of 750 mcg as a Synthroid dose!
Complete thread -- Never mind. Left a blank after Synthroid. Think he has the dosage wrong in either case.
Complete thread -- I believe he means 75 mcg; 750 mcg would probably kill someone.
Complete thread -- If you would check dosages at FDA brands above you would see that mg
Complete thread -- Google is our friend.
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- sounds like *infer* tunneler
Complete thread -- maybe the second blank is "frustrated" (it s/l exacerbated but that makes no sense)
Complete thread -- In large, she is seen here ....(I don't get the second one yet)
Complete thread -- He first says Synthroid 0.75 mg then changes to mcg. I think he had it right the
Complete thread -- recommend *sour* soft diet with plenty of
Complete thread -- Breast exam: verzoto.
Complete thread -- s/l Impra tunneler
Complete thread -- Help with psych note, please.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- nateglinide
Complete thread -- think he is stumbling... removed the patient...
Complete thread -- s/l nyglidanide
Complete thread -- The patient ______ I asked for a repeat blood gas.
Complete thread -- thanks! new one for me, never heard of that before.
Complete thread -- I meant OP
Complete thread -- got it, BIPP Bismuth Iodoform Paraffin Paste
Complete thread -- we have a doctor who insists we misspell it ligor.
Complete thread -- a single piece of quarter-inch gauze soaked in s/l bip was then placed
Complete thread -- I looked all over onelook and all I see is meanings for injection with a needle. What did
Complete thread -- yep, I have heard liquor sm
Complete thread -- injection= Injected means it looks red, a sign of infection & inflammation
Complete thread -- sorry, they pronounce it T-pal
Complete thread -- TPAL=term, preterm, abortion, living
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes-means congestion in this context. try onelook
Complete thread -- Yes-means congestion in this context. try onelook
Complete thread -- you're right
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, genagg.
Complete thread -- found this(if it helps) P=Para Ptpal (T=term,preterm,abortion, live child)
Complete thread -- Doing a delivery note and the doctor says s/l TPL 2-0-0-2. I have never
Complete thread -- no... I guess I will just flag
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- He is pronouncing it l-eye-kor
Complete thread -- google has some hits for chemo that combine leucovorin and Avastin, sometimes with 5FU
Complete thread -- clear liquid? clear fluid?
Complete thread -- I'd put left-sided L4, left L5 (just comma between them)
Complete thread -- ESL doctor...the patient is pregnant with discharge...sm
Complete thread -- s/l Decadron with some epi
Complete thread -- Well, I flagged it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- The patient received Decadron with _____, humidified air, Tylenol p.r.n.,
Complete thread -- increased work of breathing and "injection"
Complete thread -- can you hear anything over 5? 4/5 , 3/5 ?? I think there is something else there?
Complete thread -- patient with ganglioglioma, WHO grade 1, started on s /l Duke avastin and
Complete thread -- recommended a left-sided L4 left L5 transforaminal injection and a left femoral nerve
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Can motor examination be graded over 5? I never heard of that, but he dictates...
Complete thread -- okay, Thank you.
Complete thread -- "Turmeric" on a medication list? Or is there a drug that sounds like it? n/m
Complete thread -- sounds like he just stuttered, saying chip fracture.
Complete thread -- An x-ray taken at the time did show an acute ___fracture on the left great toe
Complete thread -- Sclerae
Complete thread -- light with extraocular muscles intact. _____
Complete thread -- "transition", common, will hear a lot. sm how it flows in reports
Complete thread -- Champy
Complete thread -- I give up. It is there, but when I post it, it cuts off the ending of the link so it goes
Complete thread -- see if this link works this time.
Complete thread -- nevermind, that did NOT work.
Complete thread -- I found this on the internet (see link)
Complete thread -- there is something in archives about this.
Complete thread -- chem sticks/ chemstix/ chemstrips
Complete thread -- s/l Shawn-Peak fashion? (repair of mandibular fracture)
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- maybe grabbing for the 1st one, no idea about the second.
Complete thread -- grabbing onto a single bar, like a chinning bar
Complete thread -- Ah, makes better sense. I guess he misspoke. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- On Wednesday prior to his latest episode, January 16, was the first da ...
Complete thread -- tandem gait
Complete thread -- Gait is normal. *Tentative* gait is normal. He is not self-correcting. Please
Complete thread -- Very conversational doc, says things under his breath, mumbles, etc. EKG results...
Complete thread -- Just a guess but does it sound like "similar" (instead of silver)?
Complete thread -- do you know what kind of situation she has undergone?
Complete thread -- can you post sound file?
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- s/l 60
Complete thread -- s/l of the silver
Complete thread -- . Tylenol 180 mg, which is ______ mg/kg per dose and also normal saline
Complete thread -- THanks!
Complete thread -- This site may help (see pediatric info)
Complete thread -- NM Think it's just sizer.
Complete thread -- at the patient's residence?
Complete thread -- you have to figure in her weight, 60 mg per kg (kg is the patient's weight)
Complete thread -- incision?
Complete thread -- incision?
Complete thread -- 42 mm s/l incisor TIA!
Complete thread -- Tylenol 180 mg, which is *50* mg/kg per dose and also normal saline
Complete thread -- I hear "at her place of residence"
Complete thread -- told to the resident?
Complete thread -- Flagged thanks.
Complete thread -- cough, and dyspnea __________ for several days.
Complete thread -- drug rehab on Subutex
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Psych report so not a lot of history. Actually none.
Complete thread -- I believe that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sinus anatomy? (guessing)
Complete thread -- sinus s/l nigh TIA!
Complete thread -- ah, thanks for explaining
Complete thread -- hooo ray excellent reference sheet on mesh implants for OP (& others)
Complete thread -- radiofrequency ablation (RA) creates a scar --to destroy tissue
Complete thread -- see link - anything look familiar?
Complete thread -- probably too late, but would help us for research purposes to know what the OP is.
Complete thread -- summarily?
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- radiofrequency ablation of the likely "scar neuroma". Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- 15 x 25 cm *surgeon end* #3 mesh was placed in the sub-rectus space be ...
Complete thread -- He was ___ evaluated by a surgeon
Complete thread -- I hear a different wav
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Plz check wav
Complete thread -- I flagged.
Complete thread -- abuse-induced nephropathy, __________ prerenal azotemia
Complete thread -- not a 'great' sound file but to me s/l difficulty with emphysema mumble...and
Complete thread -- Sorry, I've tried everything I can think with a P, B, anything that s/l this. Nothing
Complete thread -- The patient had some difficulty with _____________ and
Complete thread -- is this same poster? 'hypercholesterolemia' (elevated/high cholesterol)
Complete thread -- not sure what you hear' look further down pg "hypercholesterolemia,"
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: ______ 20 mg p.o. three times a day, atenolol 75 mg orally
Complete thread -- I s'pose I'd cough being whipped??
Complete thread -- yep, it was Q wave
Complete thread -- I wish but can't hear. Thanks for guess.
Complete thread -- cough and wheezing at times?
Complete thread -- Q wave? T wave?
Complete thread -- sinus rhythm with anteroseptal *U A* that had been present in the past.
Complete thread -- She has still some cough at s/l whipping times.
Complete thread -- posterior?
Complete thread -- Ischial tuberosity pain is described with prolonged sitting. She has ...
Complete thread -- This is what I'd do:
Complete thread -- ok, just though might be high or low not just cholesterol
Complete thread -- yes, cholesterol.
Complete thread -- hypertension, A fib, ______ recent MI, history of stroke,
Complete thread -- with history of hypertension, A fib, *cholesterol* recent MI, history of stroke, now
Complete thread -- this help?
Complete thread -- comma
Complete thread -- No omma after baby. Otherwise it's fine.
Complete thread -- I guess I should put in the line before.
Complete thread -- confusing
Complete thread -- Pt with flank pain
Complete thread -- punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- I hear it now: 118/52. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Weight: About 180 pounds. Blood pressure: _____. Pulse: 80.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Nevermind, flagged it & sent it on. Stat job.
Complete thread -- Oops. Probably just means left leg GREATER than right. but, I'd say its okay.
Complete thread -- zo
Complete thread -- in other words
Complete thread -- sorry...the OP said the word sounded like "paxil or"
Complete thread -- questionable decrease to pinprick in L5 distribution, left leg versus right
Complete thread -- list of meds, s/l 501 patch. (sm) sorry, no other info other than whats inside...
Complete thread -- curious, how did you find paxilor stenosis, could you share
Complete thread -- thank you lb. Its a new word for me too
Complete thread -- Sorry no link - confirmed by this doc's long-time transcriptionist
Complete thread -- opine seems to fit, but it is sure a new word for me.
Complete thread -- vascular stenosis (paxilor stenosis)
Complete thread -- he keeps on saying this word "opine", it would seem to me that
Complete thread -- S/L paxil
Complete thread -- S/L -----prebasal--- ectopy
Complete thread -- hernia repair and a right sacroiliitis. He did __that there is a possibility
Complete thread -- sounds like he's saying glucosamine hydrochloride/chondroitin as one word.
Complete thread -- Medication List states glucosamine s/l "hydrochondroitin"
Complete thread -- or 9.0.
Complete thread -- Thank you...I found it, it's jump graft.
Complete thread -- s/l jump cart = jump graft sm
Complete thread -- No. Usually just 9 or "point-something" not just point by itself.
Complete thread -- TIMI-2 but not sure on your S/L.
Complete thread -- SVG to diagonal 1 and 2 has significant severe stenosis at the junction, which is a
Complete thread -- Have you ever heard a doc just dictate a measurement like "9. cm" for accuracy?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- could be 'relay'
Complete thread -- does work leeway make sense here? if not what could it be?
Complete thread -- that certainly makes more sense than what I thought I heard.
Complete thread -- Can you post a link? I have looked & looked and can't find it.
Complete thread -- got it, critical... Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yup, just confirmed "fine parts ultrasound" - for the archives!
Complete thread -- personal?
Complete thread -- breast infection, imaged with s/l "fine parts" ultrasound
Complete thread -- longstanding longstanding reflux oesophagitis without any ______ impact on her mood.
Complete thread -- AWESOME! Thank you f g j j g j!!!
Complete thread -- unroof is my choice...
Complete thread -- deroof (de-roof) the cysts
Complete thread -- inject them with alcohol to attempt to reduce the size or popotentially ????? the cys
Complete thread -- s/l kunser might be Kidner lesion. Stedman ortho 5th pg 406 & sm
Complete thread -- I wonder if #1 could be benazepril
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone. I'll check those out!
Complete thread -- And donepezil (generic Aricept)...?
Complete thread -- First one looks like could be mispronounced donepezil (they never pronounce correctly).
Complete thread -- donepezil, mirtazapine
Complete thread -- Maybe generic Remeron (mirtazapine)
Complete thread -- PA dictating on 83-year-old female with knee pain - sm please
Complete thread -- chondral
Complete thread -- "casualty".... related to the said "accident"
Complete thread -- She does have joint space narrowing with a large s/l kunser lesion noted and there is
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The titer is 1:80; the pattern is nucleolar
Complete thread -- thank you. I didn't think of googling that.
Complete thread -- fall precautions?
Complete thread -- Vimpat. (I googled "seizure medication v") and it was 1st suggestion
Complete thread -- s/l zull precau
Complete thread -- s/l vinpap
Complete thread -- Anyone? Need to turn report in soon. :(
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT50
Complete thread -- This is from BOS2 (see message) Would pertain to thoracic as well as cervical
Complete thread -- causally
Complete thread -- current complaints are s/l causedly (is that a word) related to the said
Complete thread -- Here's the full paragraph, just in case asked for sentence after.
Complete thread -- Need help with punctuation regarding lab studies. Please see inside for context.
Complete thread -- how would I write T 4 5 6 roots. T4,5,6 or T4-5-6
Complete thread -- but it's her only chance to ambulate?
Complete thread -- lateral posterior spread.
Complete thread -- think i got it - but the family chose to delay it to the future and she can benefit from t
Complete thread -- cardiac arrest with surgery, but __________ to ambulate in the future and she can ben
Complete thread -- _____. Epidural dye spread AND adhesions and _______ posterior spread
Complete thread -- ADIOGRAPHIC FINDINGS: A _______ L4-5 vertebral body was identified, status post
Complete thread -- Not too late, I saved my file for an answer. Thank you!!! :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- follicle?
Complete thread -- sounds almost like silicone? Not sure what that means tho
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not sure, but that sodium looks way high at 159.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- contains 0.6 _________. CT abdomen; no obstruction or inflammation.
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Given serially, more than 1 bag.
Complete thread -- s/l serial IV fluids
Complete thread -- but now I see this has been posted for a few hours. Too late
Complete thread -- concordant and nonconcordant
Complete thread -- is now what she is facing. ?
Complete thread -- eventually have
Complete thread -- However, she has been unable to continue to see that physician for unc ...
Complete thread -- Apparently, the force of the storm caused sufficient damage to the bui ...
Complete thread -- lumbar discography which was s/l "concoinant" at L3-4 and "nonconcoinant at L5-S1
Complete thread -- Hope you got the "evaluation" after medicine.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- wow, somebody didn't even try, lol.
Complete thread -- Might be Toviaz
Complete thread -- s/l toe BS 4 mg
Complete thread -- isotope?
Complete thread -- well, that would be FazaClo, wouldn't it? see picture.
Complete thread -- doc spell s/l fazaclo
Complete thread -- I MUST be tired. It is very clear.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- ... what's that sentence before localization?
Complete thread -- seizures, tongue-biting, or any ...
Complete thread -- Lamictal and Topamax have been titrated. ____ medicine has been obtained.
Complete thread -- generalized tonic clonic ______ urinary or bladder disturbance.
Complete thread -- Intraosseous catheter device connected to an s/l I I C (eye eye see)
Complete thread -- absence though pronounced absonse
Complete thread -- atypical s/l ab psalms
Complete thread -- Nope; that was my first thought. almost sounds like "curious" - strange.
Complete thread -- Kerrison?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'll look up to see how it is pronounced! TYVVM!
Complete thread -- Found Coryllos periosteal elevator in Stedman's equipment, but nothing else with K or C
Complete thread -- Minicraniotomy being performed. Elevator kind?
Complete thread -- instigating (as in post above - same dictator?)
Complete thread -- s/l I-photo
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too, nm.
Complete thread -- infection instigating fevers?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- pneumonia versus viral infection and ______ fevers and sepsis
Complete thread -- s/l skinny fevers
Complete thread -- shaft screws. _____ was used to drill a hole and screw of appropriate
Complete thread -- no, didn't find that
Complete thread -- Think I found: Oblong hole dril
Complete thread -- yes sounds like that
Complete thread -- oblong something?
Complete thread -- s/l ob log hull
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- yep, she is saying OT/PT
Complete thread -- first minute and received routine care with ______ for five minute
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- Not sure. Occupational therapy/physical therapy on a newborn doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- I think this is Sceundum type
Complete thread -- THink i have it now but is OT/PT correct
Complete thread -- respiratory cry?
Complete thread -- I'm also not sure on that "torch" word but that is what I heard.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TORCH workup was done of a moderate-size ___ ASD (atrioseptal defect)
Complete thread -- maybe AST (lab) is ASD atrial septal defect(guessing PVS is pulmonary vein stenosis)
Complete thread -- all I can think of is "appeared to cry" but then the "There was" doesn't fit with that.
Complete thread -- PCA3 Testing for the Diagnosis and Management of Prostate ...
Complete thread -- was noted to have a moderate-sized __________ AST of no hemodynamic consequen
Complete thread -- s/l rah peer a tea cry
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- looks like thisilyn is some kind of cleansing/detox thing, creatine is for muscles sm
Complete thread -- I think ok, meaning the elevated/hyper/peaked T waves caused by elevated potassium level
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l *hyper QT waves* with hyperkalemia
Complete thread -- Two meds. First s/l Tear o sent 0.137 mg. Second s/l Thisilyn vegan creatine every
Complete thread -- visceral.
Complete thread -- There is no metastasis within any of the ___ structures. This is all more soft tiss
Complete thread -- You are really kind. I will upload again
Complete thread -- I couldn't hear "beni" but heard more "cor" at the ending of the wrod.
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob. Anything is possible with this speed mumbler.
Complete thread -- urine PCA3?
Complete thread -- I didn't hear this since another .wav was posted but would guess "osseous" on the first
Complete thread -- 65 yo male with BPH, multiple biopsies. Had a s/l
Complete thread -- was initially 14,000, down to 3600
Complete thread -- phosphorus is 2.7, and her white count ______ 14,000 _____ down to 3600, hemoglobin
Complete thread -- There is no metastasis within any of the ___ structures. This is all more __ t
Complete thread -- thanks fgjjg, do you hear Benicar as the first med also, he says
Complete thread -- He cut off the first mg a day.... and i "think" the last is tramadol, but he's going fast.
Complete thread -- , Benicar??? mg a day, Dexilant DR 60 mg a day, and ?????,
Complete thread -- Thank you darlene and fgjjg
Complete thread -- not really enough info but maybe in the past had some virus such as sm
Complete thread -- I hear "and" normal on all of those.
Complete thread -- unable to listen, so wait for others, SM if able, pull up old reports to see sm
Complete thread -- Can you listen in? I am trying to figure out if I hear "and normal" or "of normal"
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- This was back before everyone used the internet. Evidently the other MTs at the hospital
Complete thread -- I'd say there are latent... but the latent burning makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- there is a "latent burning parasthesias"
Complete thread -- That's too funny. Took me forever to figure out her too-new (her2/neu)
Complete thread -- I have a friend who was just starting out (years ago) and looked forever trying to
Complete thread -- Thinking this could BE (as suggested) myriad Rhinoviruses (Common cold),
Complete thread -- s/l glycibini might be glutamyl (GTT glutamyl transferase)
Complete thread -- not finding generex, maybe just said "generic" roll (a guess)
Complete thread -- fingerbreadth=length of breadth of a finger used as measurement
Complete thread -- but he says 3 and 4. Does that make sense or should I flag?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- 3 or 4, or 3 to 4. not 3 x 4 for fingerbreadths.
Complete thread -- associated with herpes zoster
Complete thread -- Thank you, Oasis
Complete thread -- she reports having vesicles associated with her ????
Complete thread -- why 3 and 4? Is it 3 or 4? Or is 3 x 4?
Complete thread -- branches. Impedance in acceptable range and needles in....
Complete thread -- Old .wav still there.
Complete thread -- branches impeding the ____ and needles in good position
Complete thread -- base of the supra articular process and into the ____ articular pillars with ___ p
Complete thread -- (FDA) (migraine) Zecuity (sumatriptan iontophoretic transdermal system)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I mean "in the ulnar region of the"
Complete thread -- in the ulnar distribution of the
Complete thread -- It is a measurement, so it would be 3 and 4
Complete thread -- okey dokey.
Complete thread -- coccidioidal, coccidioides?
Complete thread -- yes, it sort of means bested; basically Hopkins will take precedence . .
Complete thread -- s/l cossa doh i dee
Complete thread -- Thank you. Its a new doctor so I am not used to him
Complete thread -- There is mild hyperalgesia of an_____ in the radioulnar distribution,
Complete thread -- back office
Complete thread -- Social: He works for Kaplan Test Prep. He does ______ accounting work.
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- ever heard of the expression .. "plan will get trumped"
Complete thread -- nuchal
Complete thread -- one more question. What does it mean 3 and 4 fingerbreadths? Is it three and four?
Complete thread -- There is no pain to palpation over the s/l ___"nucle ridge" bilaterally
Complete thread -- labs help pls sm
Complete thread -- It is your choice. Either fix it, or flag it. I don't see that anyone can help you with
Complete thread -- Brominate (doesn't s/l brimonidine) 0.2% eye drops 1 drop each eye.
Complete thread -- agree, you got it OP, give another pat on back nm
Complete thread -- betcha s/l flake is "plate"-- see mention "attaching to plate", yep yep
Complete thread -- must be Urodol
Complete thread -- med s/l orodo
Complete thread -- never mind, it's lanai, not a couch at all
Complete thread -- another word for couch, s/l luni, emphasis on the I.
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- I have one account that specifies departments aren't to be capped, even in cases of
Complete thread -- Good job. *pats you on the back*
Complete thread -- In this case, Cardiac and Pulmonary are capitalized, as if saying John and Joe.
Complete thread -- Cardiac and Pulmonary. Cardiac did not feel this was a cardiac exacerbation of CHF.
Complete thread -- cardiac and pulmonary __________ was chronic
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Check out Weitlaner.
Complete thread -- An angled*wheatliner*or cerebellar type instrument was placed to have adequate retrac
Complete thread -- anterio s/l flake
Complete thread -- And that would be it. I would like to thank myself for the answer. lol
Complete thread -- I'm going to go back and listen for "atretic." Thanks.
Complete thread -- angiography demonstrated a s/l "tred dic" and functionally occluded LIMA graft
Complete thread -- ...please see nm's correct answer further above! :-)
Complete thread -- (ignore my post above. Instead, please see nm'
Complete thread -- Thanks, as always, nm!
Complete thread -- if doc is ESL, I wouldn't worry about bizarre pronunciation. Uncommon word. SM
Complete thread -- I'd probably put just "mucosa" (but I can do that on my accounts). ?
Complete thread -- hmmm, I wonder if doc was correcting himself, changing mucous to mucosa.
Complete thread -- Would you leave as dictated: Moist mucous mucosa.
Complete thread -- (I was thinking from trunk down...that trunk was point of origin.)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I would never add a word not dictated, but that's my account. I'm not
Complete thread -- extending up from the feet to below the knee, I'd say proximally is right.
Complete thread -- 149/63
Complete thread -- oops more info
Complete thread -- Does semiovale have to be said with centrum... he doesn't. Want to make sure I am
Complete thread -- used it - very clear
Complete thread -- proximally vs approximately in following context...
Complete thread -- myriad of rhinovirus(es) // merriata ribovirus
Complete thread -- VITAL SIGNS: Temp 98.5, pulse 51, respirations 12, blood pressure _____/63, she sm
Complete thread -- only it is sounding like "merriata ribovirus" ...
Complete thread -- Got it. a rounded pneumonia
Complete thread -- is he saying: along with a myriad of rhinovirus...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but file is in crucial TAT, help out for that s/l ...
Complete thread -- When compared to the previous CT on 10/26/2012 there was complete clearing of the sm
Complete thread -- you need a period after negative. "More likely" starts new sentence
Complete thread -- Please help out
Complete thread -- Does D O C S fit here?
Complete thread -- s/l Pantoprazole
Complete thread -- Thanks, John! I felt it was more than likely that as well, but then
Complete thread -- That's probably it. Crazy pronunciation. Thank you both for the input.
Complete thread -- phytobezoar
Complete thread -- something bezoar?
Complete thread -- On EGD with biopsy, patient had a s/l fee-no-bizarre with gastritis. TIA!
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- old mp3 is still there
Complete thread -- significantly
Complete thread -- Amlodipine, Ranexa, metoprolol, warfarin, Plavix, _______, clonidine, Crestor
Complete thread -- Testosterone is secreted in s/l pulsatile fashion TIA!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Yesterday, she could not walk and she was ________ out of breath complaining of
Complete thread -- I don't really hear anything in there. He might be saying "uh" or "and" but no more.
Complete thread -- lft as rested
Complete thread -- , positive accelerations. ______ Tocometer
Complete thread -- Once this was pushed up and *rested* through the stab incision
Complete thread -- numbness, tingling, headache, s/l gadget, dizziness TIA!
Complete thread -- this exposure of the distal phalanx.
Complete thread -- This patient referred that she was working with a table saw when she g ...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l generex roll
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- hemotympanum
Complete thread -- of otorrhea or ___________ bilaterally. No evidence of epistaxis,
Complete thread -- Sounded like racks bravy cath (for archives)
Complete thread -- Ha! I found this bugger - Racz Brevi-Kath
Complete thread -- not sure he's saying catheter even. Sounds more like cap.
Complete thread -- lysis of cervical epidural adhesion - RX coudé needle and ____ ____ catheter
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- thoracic? thoracic lumbar?
Complete thread -- yep. I've heard "2-K" bath (K being potassium). you are exactly right.
Complete thread -- isovolemic treatment *2 potassium* bath, discussed with the patient
Complete thread -- in psh, he says cervical, thorasiss, and lumbar epidural steroid blocks in the past, so I
Complete thread -- also had a s/l thorasisst lumbar epidural steroid block done for the s/l methorasis
Complete thread -- might be ??? calciuresis: Excretion of calcium in the urine. sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll listen again and see if those work!
Complete thread -- or methyltestosterone
Complete thread -- sounds like a poor enunciation of methylprednisolone testosterone?
Complete thread -- maybe mispronounced? kaliuresis? but, I found calciuresis on some other pages?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l calciuresis
Complete thread -- My apologies to OP; I didn't read your entire question before answering. I've
Complete thread -- For next time he says it: Triamcinolone Acetonide (triamcinolone acetonide cream)
Complete thread -- but, you may very well be right, Darlene, as oftentimes you are. :)
Complete thread -- A lot of docs call things catheters, whether it be a guide, sheath, etc. I was actually
Complete thread -- extended down to fascia? (he's pretty fast)
Complete thread -- I do believe beta-D-glucan is correct! Thanks Much!
Complete thread -- thanks, I know, but can't hear it.
Complete thread -- perform IVUS of the LAD. The guide was anastomosed into the left main and then was able to
Complete thread -- LB: I didn't find that as a catheter, when you see 3-4 dots, that means sm,
Complete thread -- CT1 needle listed in Stedman's Medical & Surgical Equipment
Complete thread -- dictator likely short speaking disk for Diskus sm
Complete thread -- Usually hear will be placed on hold, should be placed on hold, to be placed on hold. sm
Complete thread -- Next under fluoroscopic guidance to localize the lesion a longitudinal incision sm
Complete thread -- The patient’s Coumadin *be placed* if the patient is going
Complete thread -- There is a LeukoScan but not sure this is right in your case.
Complete thread -- It was Innovus, as I have below.
Complete thread -- beta-d-glucan?
Complete thread -- Sutures By Needle Type: CT-1 | ETHICON PRODUCT CATALOG
Complete thread -- can you give some contect (copy/post text) so can help you
Complete thread -- I wonder if actually slurring s/l novus is "an IVUS" (as already mentioned)
Complete thread -- some lab test???
Complete thread -- could be saying Lachman('s), Losee?
Complete thread -- CT-1 needle
Complete thread -- Lachman, "selazie?", pivot shift tests all negative
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much!!!
Complete thread -- Innovus
Complete thread -- EBU guide. I'm still looking for your other word
Complete thread -- sl*E-V-U* guide s/l *I-novus* catheter ...Please SM
Complete thread -- I'd go with dis...
Complete thread -- I guess going with dysregulated.
Complete thread -- s/l dis regulated
Complete thread -- got it, power, thanks
Complete thread -- NM, flagging.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- hips abduct to 50° bilaterally. ?????? generally 4+/5 bilaterally. Tone in his arms
Complete thread -- atopy
Complete thread -- ? in-line
Complete thread -- Same marbles-in-the-mouth doc, same pt (with eczema). Please
Complete thread -- NM, she just corrected herself by mangling it once again...
Complete thread -- Areas of confluence that have a silvery *say-lish* plaque similar to psoriasis.
Complete thread -- Just said med list: *tac* ointment and Benadryl p.r.n.
Complete thread -- Pt w/ eczema. Says it has been previously controlled with *tac* ointment...
Complete thread -- Never mind. Had to send.
Complete thread -- got it! Dr Makarie Rofail (first name Lydia)
Complete thread -- sounds more like inion. Will flag. thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- ? Pin and rod?
Complete thread -- Thanks! He also just said it more clearly for me, so now I see these are
Complete thread -- slight s/l "listing" of the mesenteric fat in the left lower quadrant
Complete thread -- google it like this: radiology "mortise view"
Complete thread -- Hammertoe deformity with s/l inion rod fixation 2nd and 3rd toes.
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy in the *AP lateral mortise* views showed good reduction of the
Complete thread -- any guess on the first?
Complete thread -- second part sounds like Rafael or Raphael
Complete thread -- flaggingg
Complete thread -- she is under long-term treatment with Dr ?????
Complete thread -- is "if not" ok here... hear it but not 100%-but was taking Depakote if not Risperdal
Complete thread -- I guess in the sense that Advair comes in a disk-shaped container, it
Complete thread -- sorry, it's SSD not sure what's wrong with me
Complete thread -- ssi s/l S I D benefits
Complete thread -- doc keeps referring to giving patient Advair disk (not Diskus) is that acceptable?
Complete thread -- That was it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "as per chart" and "Lovenox"
Complete thread -- or dental work?
Complete thread -- synechiolysis
Complete thread -- meds
Complete thread -- sorry, I see MT50 already mentioned this.
Complete thread -- recent travel _____ prior to this admission.
Complete thread -- heart DISEASE (not seize)
Complete thread -- /a/ is the way SLPs denote the vowel
Complete thread -- ? venoclysis
Complete thread -- good grief...familiar not familial :}
Complete thread -- Cataract removal with IOL and *fen-e-kil-isis*.
Complete thread -- speech therapy question. In post-stroke patient evaluation, this SLP ...sm
Complete thread -- kyphoplasty?
Complete thread -- awesome! Thank you billybob!!!!
Complete thread -- probe tenderness
Complete thread -- might be inadvertently transposing letters LAD=left anterior descending
Complete thread -- report suggests a thick-walled gallbladder with stones and ?????? tenderness but norm
Complete thread -- FYI Think it might be Patient has history of heart disease (not seize)
Complete thread -- Yes you are correct (sm)
Complete thread -- left macula shows some subtle RPE s/l stripping
Complete thread -- yes! Just heard it. Time to put my ears on ;)
Complete thread -- .? Prn OU ?
Complete thread -- LDA artery? I cannot find LDA
Complete thread -- might have also said Bartholin, urethral and Skene glands BUS.
Complete thread -- uses artificial tears s/l peer-N-OU.
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- I think it might be a facelift procedure SMASectomy
Complete thread -- SMASectomy
Complete thread -- I think Bartholin's is in there also.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- You are an angel, thank you!
Complete thread -- 2nd blank is Skene gland normal.
Complete thread -- I would use 15-30
Complete thread -- Examination under anesthesia revealed external genitalia ____. ___ normal. Vagina
Complete thread -- ERS is evacuation of retained secundines [afterbirth]
Complete thread -- That could be it~ I will listen for that next time. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Which is correct: Remeron 15-30 mg or Remeron 15 to 30 mg
Complete thread -- It is a Family Medicine Residency program.
Complete thread -- There is an Erin Klinkman in a Residency program at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor
Complete thread -- isthmusectomy
Complete thread -- The dissection *smes-mectomy* then proceeded down across the mandible into the neck
Complete thread -- I have had a primary care provider twice now on reports. The name sounds like
Complete thread -- ?Kroener, sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank you. He did say it again later in the report, and that is what he used.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, finished report, have to move on, but if anyone knows, I would love to put
Complete thread -- NSTEMI (non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction), anemia
Complete thread -- usually they use a red Robinson catheter for that. or Robinson.
Complete thread -- s/l in stemi anemia
Complete thread -- 18 y/o undergoing tonsillectomy. sm
Complete thread -- Question please ~ doing a missed abortion procedure, dictator states Procedure "ERS"
Complete thread -- Yes!!! I tried so many differnet spellings and even ch but still could not find it! thx!!!
Complete thread -- oops, meant to say doc said no "schva-tex"
Complete thread -- Chvostek
Complete thread -- Neurological: No "schva-tex." sorry, that's it, just in PE.
Complete thread -- Need exact sentence please.
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- 76-year-old gentleman with hypocalcemia. In the PE under neuro, s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation method?
Complete thread -- could you post again please, thanks
Complete thread -- "cavity, and a systematic vacuum..."
Complete thread -- never mind...
Complete thread -- with idiopathic epilepsy. _____
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- Examination under anesthesia revealed external genitalia ____. ___ normal. Vagina n
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- significant ingestion ?
Complete thread -- patient’s significant __________ and was evaluated by psychiatry
Complete thread -- med s/l welcore - not welchol
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- does pass slightly to the lateral side... (corrects himself)
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- but "nauseous"= adjective, ie, unsuitable as an object of a preposition.
Complete thread -- (thanks, bb. "nausea"=noun, ok to be obj of preposition.
Complete thread -- (thanks, bb. "nausea"=noun, ok to be obj of preposition.
Complete thread -- (thanks, bb. "nausea"=noun, ok to be obj of preposition.
Complete thread -- nausea.
Complete thread -- He continued with abdominal pain and s/l nauseas. Nauseous?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- VersaStep
Complete thread -- Operation is Laparoscopic appendectomy. is it Vasport or Visiport i w ...
Complete thread -- (I can't get either one.)
Complete thread -- a 10-12 mm _____ port was placed through the same. Pneumoperitoneum w ...
Complete thread -- say he dictates something there but I am not able to catch it.
Complete thread -- ct-guided migt be "computed-tomography-guided xxx last year." What is xxx?
Complete thread -- she had hysteroscopy and s/lct guided xxxlastyear, within normal.sm
Complete thread -- Mgt!
Complete thread -- You are correct. With "s," it is a verb; but with "c" it is a noun. U need noun here.
Complete thread -- Dietary advice* was given in detail. (it is not advise here, right?)tx
Complete thread -- Thanks, since he said it numerous times (and actually stumbled each ti ...
Complete thread -- Oops. Is he ESL by any chance?
Complete thread -- You are missing nothing, imo.Doc intends(misremembers?)Wernicke.Is he ESL?chance?
Complete thread -- low voltage (not volts)
Complete thread -- Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome ----- s/l kar-in-ke
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- And he is going to give Botox injections, so I think I'm going to assume on this one.
Complete thread -- Although he said "botulism" toxin, I think he meant botulinum toxin procedure??
Complete thread -- yes, incision is tender.
Complete thread -- I think I got it, risorius
Complete thread -- s/l rhizoris. Patient with blepharospasm.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l incisional tenderness to examination
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Wowie zow! Neatsie-keen! Thanks, nm!!! Thanks also to op for feedback to wag.
Complete thread -- removed from off the mass _____ portion of the small bowel
Complete thread -- appeared to be _____ was grasped and entered sharply using Metzenbaum scissors.
Complete thread -- yea, you are probably right, thank you!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU NM!!!! You rock!!
Complete thread -- antibiotic sensitivities if eradication is unsuccessful (stammer-repeating self)
Complete thread -- has any heard of arnica honey? would that be right?
Complete thread -- check manuka honey
Complete thread -- does this make sense and does placement of ( ) make sense?? Please see message
Complete thread -- Thanks! Right you are!
Complete thread -- Sorry, no dictionary recognizes it as a word. (Hmm,..so why do I feel doc DID say that?:-)
Complete thread -- ?? "no sig PMH, BH, or any chronic disease. (BH=birth history) OR not FOR
Complete thread -- I appreciate the guess and I learned a new word, but doesn't quite sound like that
Complete thread -- try kyphopexy ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- consider that the 2 words that prior plus blank might be complement of hypoproteinemia...
Complete thread -- WAY wag: "with a modicum of honey"??? (Please don't yank a stripe off my sleeve for that
Complete thread -- hopeless to my ears......"nasbert" = s/l I hear.
Complete thread -- his throat symptoms have improved with (s/l monica honey)
Complete thread -- protein, and creatinine, on p.o. ________. We will get a renal sonogram
Complete thread -- could be a component of _____ secondary to poor p.o. or solid intake.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- oh ok
Complete thread -- CLO, as in CLO-test?
Complete thread -- mid and distal esophagus and a _____ attained as well.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- WAG Photo obtained? Typically areas are biopsied and photographed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that's what I thought too but wasn't sure
Complete thread -- distal esophagus and a *close* attained as well
Complete thread -- no, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- bed, slightly pale. He's cutting out everywhere.
Complete thread -- or birth history
Complete thread -- Calvary Spine?
Complete thread -- Mp3
Complete thread -- can anyone get any of this
Complete thread -- now it sounds like "a kylus" spine
Complete thread -- medical history ______ history for any chronic disease
Complete thread -- C spine interbody fusion. S/l Catalyst spine PEEK cages were then
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- everyday is an adjective. You need "every day" here.
Complete thread -- increased.
Complete thread -- per?
Complete thread -- heterogenicity and slightly _____ echogenicity.
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- year-old girl with no significant past medical history *birth* history for any chroni
Complete thread -- I think it's a nonresurfaced patella
Complete thread -- Ortho note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- Cysto-ureteral (dash, one word, two?)stent
Complete thread -- I usually hear 5/500 mg, which they sometimes dictate as
Complete thread -- had to send report in...qa'd. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- imbibed
Complete thread -- s/l pivdums
Complete thread -- s/l envibed
Complete thread -- or kill ya.
Complete thread -- I'd say 5. 500 would be acetaminophen and 500 of hydrocodone would no doubt put you in a
Complete thread -- See inside for full context.
Complete thread -- context? is doc saying a combo drug?
Complete thread -- Can't make out if he's saying hydrocodone 5 or 500 mg??
Complete thread -- B OCS sorry
Complete thread -- Ty! Felt better getting some confirmation. :)
Complete thread -- mp3 added
Complete thread -- IMO, effect. (this=getting his strength back)
Complete thread -- you are correct with effect
Complete thread -- will do the D O C S - Will do the DOCS, place the patient on one to one observation.
Complete thread -- pars interarticularis?
Complete thread -- Affect or effect? Please see inside:
Complete thread -- way wag: curettage ??
Complete thread -- Yes, capitalized all.
Complete thread -- s/l Q R S procedure
Complete thread -- Tp has a master's degree in special education. Should this be
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Significant for cholecystectomy and gastritis, __________.
Complete thread -- relisten - right upper quadrant ultrasound
Complete thread -- almost sounds like "wall" but....?
Complete thread -- nausea and vomiting, __________, crampy, 10/10 in intensity
Complete thread -- Tenon?
Complete thread -- Medial rectus muscle was identified and cleared of its intramusclar *tea nut*
Complete thread -- s/l prespondage
Complete thread -- the patient has dense _____ sludge within the gallbladder lumen,
Complete thread -- it is sacral Allevyn (according to Google)
Complete thread -- Allevyn is the ending, not sure what the sacral is?
Complete thread -- The wound, today, will be dressed with Santyl, calcium alginate, and**sacro-Aleve-in*
Complete thread -- this is a liver patient. no mention of x-rays anyway, ultrasounds ercp, Mri ct scan
Complete thread -- Ahh...Learn something new...Thank you!
Complete thread -- ought is a zero (0). double ought (ever hear double ought shotgun?)
Complete thread -- findings of the x-ray review makes sense to me
Complete thread -- Chlamydia should be capped always, unless adj form.
Complete thread -- GC (gonorrhea)
Complete thread -- s/l TC (?), chlamydia wet prep and beta strep cultures taken.
Complete thread -- I discussed the findings of the ___ review.
Complete thread -- wounds were closed using an s/l**ought**PDS running suture in the Scarpa's fascia
Complete thread -- agree and will also hear troponin bump & a bunch more phrases
Complete thread -- volt= voltage sm of examples of this term in EKGs
Complete thread -- "IF" said it was 122, I would go with it or leave a blank, if can't hear sm
Complete thread -- Possibly "and the mouth" as Crohn's can affect the mouth as well
Complete thread -- of the bowel
Complete thread -- or "alk" for alk phos
Complete thread -- ah thanks
Complete thread -- consistent with that of Crohn's disease of the terminal ileum of the ?mouth
Complete thread -- yep, also heard them called "leaked troponins"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- My thought, too. That would fit there.
Complete thread -- Maybe saying glucose?
Complete thread -- the patient also *spilled small*troponins and cardiology evaluated the
Complete thread -- Yes, he is saying *limb.* Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I wonder if saying "limb leads" instead of I (sm)
Complete thread -- creatinine is 11 and 0.5, *it was* 122 on - is that possible
Complete thread -- EKG: There *is low volts* in the *one leads* only. I've typed as...
Complete thread -- the organization I work for has gone EMR and voice wreck and now we are editors.
Complete thread -- I certainly hope not.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's reading the patient's handwriting? there is nothing like that that I
Complete thread -- her present medications include ____ 2 mg as a muscle relaxant
Complete thread -- ! of course - thanks!
Complete thread -- is there likely to be less demand for MT's in the near future with social medicine
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- gloves is plural and requires a plural verb - do.
Complete thread -- gloves is plural and requires a plural verb - do.
Complete thread -- I hear "some" shortness of breath but can't catch the word before "some"
Complete thread -- added more wav - didnt realize so short
Complete thread -- to me, blank s/l = "and."
Complete thread -- day before, went home, _______ had shortness of breath and came to
Complete thread -- plural "do" b/c gloves is antecedant of "that" in dependent clause
Complete thread -- didn't listen, but logic would suggest if "-trinsic"=correct, extrinsic instead.
Complete thread -- grammar question: do not seem or does not seem?
Complete thread -- didn't listen, but maybe intrinsic
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- horrible sound file but sounds like: any sort of compression
Complete thread -- did not have any lymphadenopathy or goitre to explain any ?????compression in her oes
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- no evidene of carotid bruit
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- free of cyanosis or clubbing (done this guy before)
Complete thread -- Hysteroscope inserted into the cervix using s/l site-o-zol as distention medium. sm
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: ___________.
Complete thread -- NECK: Supple, no JVD, no thyromegaly, ______.
Complete thread -- ah
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Complete thread -- I think the missing word = "is."
Complete thread -- initially was 6, so within normal limits (for first one). In googling, the
Complete thread -- abnormal liver echotexture which _____ nonspecific and also
Complete thread -- initially was ________, within normal limits, repeat _________ within normal limits
Complete thread -- big welcome!
Complete thread -- Can't believe you found it. It's clear as a bell (now that I have the word)
Complete thread -- There is Clatsop?
Complete thread -- OR
Complete thread -- what area of the country are you in or state?
Complete thread -- just throwing this out there. Maybe someone knows. S/l clutz of Indian tribe
Complete thread -- ...here's the trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- nope, I can't edit anything, only delete.
Complete thread -- DX: Ingrown toenails bilateral hallux. (Should this be halluces, or does the word
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- eek, thank you!! Can "you" change it in the subject section?
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- A double _____ was performed.
Complete thread -- pillows underneath _____ . She had two
Complete thread -- oops, FluBlok, you misspelled in the subject field.
Complete thread -- new FDA Flublock (baculovirus) influenza vaccine sm
Complete thread -- I wondered about "he slightly minded McMurray's test" Hmm?
Complete thread -- Almost hear "slightly minor McMurray's test" but not positive about this
Complete thread -- wav posted. (knee injury). He is slightly ___McMurray's test (sm)
Complete thread -- hear that clearly now, thanks.
Complete thread -- whose family was involved in a
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- a.k.a. Montezuma's revenge
Complete thread -- eyelets?
Complete thread -- s/l peel collaterals = pial collaterals (no question, just for Archives)
Complete thread -- s/l "silastic islets"
Complete thread -- Thanks again
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- MT50, You are great!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ugh sorry
Complete thread -- turista (Mexican name for traveler's diarrhea)
Complete thread -- allegiance?
Complete thread -- S/L --ter-ee-sta--
Complete thread -- anterior pectoralis
Complete thread -- Maybe this will help ~ principle
Complete thread -- placed within the pocket and secured to the ______ fascia using 0 Prolene
Complete thread -- infraclavicular margin ... infraclavicular ... anterior pectoralis
Complete thread -- right subclavian vein
Complete thread -- principles or principals? Sm please
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- single stick
Complete thread -- reveals a thin cachectic female
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- A guidewire was advanced with direct fluoroscopy to the* RSV* junction.
Complete thread -- sounds like ven-toh-fal
Complete thread -- s/l single six Seldinger technique
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- or maybe sounds like he broke his "allege" with his..., but that sounds like a funny expre
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Complete thread -- thanks, MT50 it sounds like. he broke off his "leager" with his old-time girlfriend
Complete thread -- physical examination reveals a s/l senticeptic female who appears older than stated
Complete thread -- Venofer?
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ He broke off recently with his old-time ...
Complete thread -- PillCam study
Complete thread -- stain
Complete thread -- He broke off his s/l "league" with his old-time girlfriend.
Complete thread -- An US with FNA was performed on 12/12/2012 and showed atypical cells w ...
Complete thread -- Medications: Asmanex, Ventolin, "ventofal" (1:09), micronized DHEA, CoQ10.
Complete thread -- wav still not there
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Complete thread -- The incision is well approximated, healing with good cosmetic results. She does sm
Complete thread -- Oh that makes much more sense. I kept hearing basketball and was wondering how a sm
Complete thread -- glass bottle?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- intermittent
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought that may be what she was referring to but wanted to verify.
Complete thread -- *****is a pleasant 15-year-old female in our clinic today for evaluation sm
Complete thread -- like that. Thank you. I'll have another listen.
Complete thread -- refill is fine (as in capillary refill, skin perfusion)
Complete thread -- I think it's "he SAYS within weeks"
Complete thread -- I'm thinking "visual illusory" (as in illusion, which is different than hallucination)
Complete thread -- when taking the LSD he did have visual s/l looserie and hallucinatory behaviour
Complete thread -- Neurovascular exam of the lower extremities is intact. Good s/lrefill of the skin.
Complete thread -- and the tube protruded.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- the middle ear space and ___ protruded through the
Complete thread -- LOL! It was mild superficial...way off the mark!
Complete thread -- 110s = 110 to 119
Complete thread -- Trendelenburg is correct
Complete thread -- evaluation by the nephrologist for _____ hyponatremia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- maybe saying just possible inappropriate ADH?
Complete thread -- SIADH would make sense but I can only make out the ADH
Complete thread -- or arteriosclerotic disease?
Complete thread -- Hyponatremia, possible _____ , hypertensive cardiovascular disease,
Complete thread -- No diabetes mellitus _____.
Complete thread -- Hope it's a voluntary departure, not a lost job. In either case, good luck
Complete thread -- NM flagged and sent. My last report on my last day as an MT.
Complete thread -- Yes. Clearly says with. I did try to get concomintant but just can't get
Complete thread -- areyou sure it's not "coma and seizure disorder?" Or maybe concomitant
Complete thread -- viral encephalitis, meningitis with *Coleman* seizure disorder
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, would be I-Caps
Complete thread -- I-caps? (if she is reading a list, the I could look like a small L)
Complete thread -- can't document med - L-caps but she spells out
Complete thread -- nevermind it is PRAFO device (Pressure Relief Ankle Foot Orthosis)
Complete thread -- was looking but can't find anything - sorry
Complete thread -- anyone???
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- Rolaids high strength Multi-symptoms -see link
Complete thread -- again said but s/l prat 4
Complete thread -- s/l prat
Complete thread -- high strength, _____ Motrin, Bentyl,
Complete thread -- Our transcription guide says use one-teens as 110's = 110.0 through 110.9
Complete thread -- I've always done "100s" like you, but so far nobody has questioned it.
Complete thread -- I found an article on Threshold Berg balance scale scores for gait-aid use in elderly
Complete thread -- that should be...they just want it!
Complete thread -- Yeah, I always make it more complicated, and they just wanted the way it is dictated.
Complete thread -- Trendelenburg gait pattern?
Complete thread -- nevermind, posting link didnt work.
Complete thread -- maybe this?
Complete thread -- Anytime! ...
Complete thread -- Sorry Oasis - they want one-teens. ...
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- I think that makes sense.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Will do, Thanks! (Haven't been here in a few years, sorry LOL) ...
Complete thread -- If they disagree, what do they recommend?
Complete thread -- look up 'one-teens' in archives. this has been discussed lots.
Complete thread -- NovaSure ...
Complete thread -- On assessment of her gait she has a steppage gait with a s/l shudaunbe ...
Complete thread -- Splinting is right. tensing of muscles, especially ventral abdominal muscles, as a
Complete thread -- Blood pressures
Complete thread -- Sending it on. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- pulmonary embolus and *splinting* related to her abdominal pain.
Complete thread -- ESL doctor s/l *oversure endometrial ablation
Complete thread -- By the way, ESL dictating.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- AV oxygen gradient?
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it figured out, it was aveolar
Complete thread -- It is Graves disease. "S" is part of the name, no apostrophe needed, though.
Complete thread -- Word help - ab* arterial oxygen gradient
Complete thread -- Stupid question of the day: Do you leave the s on Graves' disease sm
Complete thread -- s/l mar-dis-a-piss-ee show chronic gastritis (see message)
Complete thread -- isosorbide - nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- echinacea?
Complete thread -- I do like this idea.
Complete thread -- med s/ l ekka asia
Complete thread -- thank you
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Complete thread -- Dilaudid, itchiness. __________, unsure reaction. Vitamin E, leg cramps.
Complete thread -- embryological
Complete thread -- ESL doctor ... s/l embiological vaginal wall remnant. sm
Complete thread -- that's it, thanks
Complete thread -- Finding ISAM (infant of substance-abusing mother)
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!! I hear it now, could NOT find that on Google. TY!
Complete thread -- Isem or Ifem - infant of drug abusing mother? I can't document. Thanks
Complete thread -- I would go with "foci" (sm)
Complete thread -- PT underwent ablation of the _____ which caused atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l a thin cortex in the right femur
Complete thread -- the wav below was not answered yet. When you repost, can you start a bit earlier
Complete thread -- abdomen and pelvis showed a ???? in the right femur which was previous irradiated."
Complete thread -- wow - sorry, I'm no help!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything. Can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- patient is half day in school and half day in college
Complete thread -- Do you have more information than that, like the rest of the information before and after?
Complete thread -- because of the semester difference he had done a s/l protail since Christmas
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- forensics?
Complete thread -- s/l parenthics or parenzics. a school class. i am sure this is obvious
Complete thread -- The wave needs to run a little long before and after your questionable word please
Complete thread -- because of the relatively lower-type nature of the _____
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- mobilization range of motion exercises
Complete thread -- hysical therapy for 1 month doing therapeutic exercises with active re ...
Complete thread -- yes, and the offender apologized
Complete thread -- you could simply do this
Complete thread -- addendum Serum Protein Electrophoresis and Immunofixation Electrophoresis
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Complete thread -- I would favor T wave abnormalities in this context
Complete thread -- I believe dictator mixing you up- I believe means immunofixation electrophoresis,
Complete thread -- I'd suggest hypercallosity though not seeing that turning up much
Complete thread -- Thank you MT50!!
Complete thread -- s/l parse may be sparse residual =means little left
Complete thread -- for awokened vs awakened, check onelook.com and see what it has to
Complete thread -- s/l coluria may be oliguria= low output of urine
Complete thread -- uterospasm maybe
Complete thread -- Podiatry surgery sm
Complete thread -- labs- how to type immuno electro fixation
Complete thread -- veins
Complete thread -- chronic liver disease apart from some prominent abdominal ?????. He weighed 115 kg.
Complete thread -- s/l parse residual TIA!
Complete thread -- poor tone
Complete thread -- s/l coluria or ecolia
Complete thread -- you are a genius! Thank you MT50!
Complete thread -- an exertional component related to it as well.
Complete thread -- however, there seems to be an ????? component related to it as well
Complete thread -- Patient with hydronephrosis on IVP. Possibility of bladder "ureteroplasm" ??
Complete thread -- s/l...Four tone. De-fi-flick-u-lar with squeeze...sm
Complete thread -- thank you, but I do the old micro tapes...
Complete thread -- oops, forgot the link, to see how the phrases mesh in a sentences
Complete thread -- yep, will hear this a lot in OPs. sm right colon is mobilized along its
Complete thread -- it could be either, can post wav for others to hear it for you. sm
Complete thread -- s/l mobilized all the way
Complete thread -- Q wave, see sentence
Complete thread -- this is the post that showed disrespect and offensive sm
Complete thread -- Tradjenta
Complete thread -- looking for a drug that s/l Try gin ta . Just in a list. Anyone have any clue?
Complete thread -- sounds
Complete thread -- The phimosis and the meatus were dilated with the s/l snaps,
Complete thread -- HSP was it
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Complete thread -- It's there now
Complete thread -- findings consistent with *H S P* and has been treated with IV hydration as well as
Complete thread -- not there yet
Complete thread -- I just added a wav with name
Complete thread -- The patient to be followed up by Dr. Rizzo __________ tomorrow
Complete thread -- Do you have an actual doctor's name or is it dictated as Dr. R?
Complete thread -- I think it might be a specialty but can't think of one... maybe general but isn't that too
Complete thread -- what is the name of the facility you are doing and where is it located?
Complete thread -- I think so too. Thanks for the advice.
Complete thread -- The patient to be followed up by Dr. R from *janitor* tomorrow.
Complete thread -- I would say that is quite high (3.5-10.5 billion cells/L is normal range)
Complete thread -- WBC 58
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorafenib
Complete thread -- (maybe?) diabetes and underlying urinary retention in the past, suprapubic Foley catheter
Complete thread -- sided, with positive culture findings __________. At this time, the patient will
Complete thread -- also history of diabetes and __________ urinary retention, __________ who came in to
Complete thread -- contrast mixed with s/l vel-u-ent TIA!
Complete thread -- Sorry... s/l M T S
Complete thread -- paucity of?
Complete thread -- yes, "interval" meaning compared to previous findings SM
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT AND PLAN: This is a 49-year-old African-American female wi ...
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray portable: Positive slight *interval* increased interstitial prominence.
Complete thread -- colposcopy revealed s/l pasillary vessels due to atrophy? tx.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you barv
Complete thread -- incidentaloma nm
Complete thread -- fall propensity?
Complete thread -- carcinoma; he was started on s/l cera-fa-met 400 mg initially. tx
Complete thread -- patient has history of adrenal s/l intatentaloma
Complete thread -- This is a 75-year-old female who developed bilateral DVT with contrain ...
Complete thread -- should be circumscribed
Complete thread -- although no epistaxis is the same as no nosebleeds
Complete thread -- I think it's just "no epistaxis," then he says "next line"
Complete thread -- pulmonary nodules that are well "circumcised" on CT scan- lol
Complete thread -- no disrespect intended
Complete thread -- Is there a mike off-click, on-click obscuring some sound(s)?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- atopy
Complete thread -- hayfever and the strong family history of (s/l a-tip-ee), I wonder
Complete thread -- : No nosebleeds. No ________. Respiratory: Denies
Complete thread -- apologies. I misunderstood.
Complete thread -- like this:
Complete thread -- Nope, you have completely missed the point. I don't myself send copies one way or another
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Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- As a result of the conversation,
Complete thread -- I think this was loud. Never poted wav.
Complete thread -- family members (son and wife). __________ conversation, they expressed
Complete thread -- There were _________ respirations.
Complete thread -- thank you billybob!!
Complete thread -- maintenance, "Imuran as a maintenance drug"
Complete thread -- My guess is, probably wondered if she was hearing it correctly and if
Complete thread -- He has been on (s/l maintainers Imuran) for anastomotic disease
Complete thread -- I've heard of transmitted murmurs lots of times.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- right greater than left *versus transmitted* cardiac murmur.
Complete thread -- sure according to web MD
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- discussion and ?
Complete thread -- Teflon?
Complete thread -- Once this has been ruled out, further __________ recommendations will
Complete thread -- AAA repair using a *Tessalon* graft in the 1990s.
Complete thread -- No one said it shouldn't be typed as dictated. I gave the example, actually, to show the
Complete thread -- Toprol XL, aspirin, vitamin D, *barley*, oil of oregano.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- could just be no hepatosplenomegaly.
Complete thread -- Obese, soft, bowel sounds positive, nontender. No masses. _____ splenomegaly.
Complete thread -- OB/GYN HISTORY: s/l S S A.
Complete thread -- you can send your outstanding dictations to me! lol
Complete thread -- except email bounces back and 800 number says calls can not go through at this time
Complete thread -- never heard of them, but the website seems like its operational
Complete thread -- someone who believes a doctor can spell? i applaud you.
Complete thread -- try a little respect and kindness with your posts. No need for this stuff
Complete thread -- maybe Silver gel is Silver cell?? sm + link
Complete thread -- MPScribe Does anyone know if MPScribe is still in business. I can not get a hold sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- is now scheduled for
Complete thread -- Thank you all. Think I'll go with Silva gel, since he spells it that way.
Complete thread -- has okayed the above procedure?
Complete thread -- The patient has _______ the above procedure.
Complete thread -- or maybe just plain "silver gel" - ??
Complete thread -- can find Silvasorb gel, but not Silvagel.
Complete thread -- Silvagel for wound care. Anyone have any documentation on that? TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- you completely and utterly missed the point
Complete thread -- (!) No. It is not hard to say.
Complete thread -- if 0.841 is dictated, you type 0.841; WHY would you think otherwise?
Complete thread -- yes, that's fine
Complete thread -- I've had them go 3 from the decimal on my accounts.
Complete thread -- minimal ST depression *diffuse leads*
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- On my main account, a normal troponin is less than 0.30. Hard to say. All accounts are
Complete thread -- Well, good gravy, they had BETTER be complying with HIPAA and sending reports
Complete thread -- troponin s/l 0.841
Complete thread -- s/l jinlitive laceration
Complete thread -- I just can't condone that action; you make a lot of assumptions
Complete thread -- here's why he would say that...
Complete thread -- NM, just putting in as usual. Don't know why he'd say that anyway. I'm sure all copies
Complete thread -- ?Refissa
Complete thread -- Never mind, I think I found it. Dr. Michael Vives.
Complete thread -- Dr. Michael s/l Ree-viss. Orthopedic department of UMDNJ. I'm not finding anything.
Complete thread -- He's asking me to send a copy of this report to another physician at the facility and
Complete thread -- Drug help
Complete thread -- It may have _____ it felt much more rigid, which we did not expect.
Complete thread -- OMG you are amazing!!!!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think Flakes is cap'd too.
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Complete thread -- Lux flakes
Complete thread -- thyroid problems is what I heard for first blank. 2nd, she said home medication.
Complete thread -- I hear bladder problems for the first blank perhaps
Complete thread -- suggested that she uses ?????to wash her cotton underwear.
Complete thread -- oops
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Complete thread -- Is he just repeating himself?
Complete thread -- said no change.. then changed mind and said 'slight increase....
Complete thread -- . Returned later to the bathroom ...
Complete thread -- can a full sentence by found in the question?
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray is showing _______ slight increase in perihilar prominence since 07/14/20
Complete thread -- I would blank it - known vs non is a recipe for disaster
Complete thread -- abdominal discomfort ______ in the bathroom around
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- This is it. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thien-An Hoang
Complete thread -- do you have a sound-like or a .wav file?
Complete thread -- Ting-yeung Wang, M.D.?
Complete thread -- plastic patellar button
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. Didn't think to Google this way.
Complete thread -- Dr. name s/l Tien N. Wong in or around Pensacola FL area. Can anyone help please?
Complete thread -- patella component _______ was cemented to the patella and allowed to harden.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- I'm sure it can.
Complete thread -- i'd guess nonsuspicious but no clue on your other word.
Complete thread -- its p53, google breast cancer p53
Complete thread -- prostate cancer treated with radiation in 2003
Complete thread -- is ER and PR positive, HER-2/neu negative, Ki67 and P53, both low.
Complete thread -- sorry, I posted on top of your wav by mistake, you can post yours again
Complete thread -- I will add a wav.
Complete thread -- was mixed and the patella component _______ was cemented to the patella and
Complete thread -- can a polyp be found in a specimen?
Complete thread -- He has also had a decreased appetite and last (___) (___) nausea and v ...
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Complete thread -- further management decisions depending upon above?
Complete thread -- s/l hydro tea ointment
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- still not there.
Complete thread -- whom I am asked to evaluate...
Complete thread -- Further management ______ as above.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- troponin who I am asked to evaluate________
Complete thread -- here is the link I was having trouble posting.
Complete thread -- thanks for verifying
Complete thread -- risk?
Complete thread -- Might be ex, as in excision?
Complete thread -- based on aVL
Complete thread -- accomplished, which were borderline...
Complete thread -- its I and aVL (lead I) hypertrophy based on aVL. is what I heard.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- they usually use guidewires before placing screw. I couldn't
Complete thread -- left ventricular hypertrophy _______. Cardiac enzymes
Complete thread -- google: PIP implants
Complete thread -- NM, I need to move on now.
Complete thread -- patient did have cardiac enzymes _________ which are borderline elevated
Complete thread -- thanks but she was in the hospital the whole time.
Complete thread -- Patient with melanoma sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- renal disease with associated hepatic cysts was noted
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- PET scan results
Complete thread -- I had an 83-year-old on the college swim team.
Complete thread -- ?"abode" (home/residence)
Complete thread -- I think your "one" aVL (which you aren't questioning) should be (lead) I, then use comma..
Complete thread -- A couple of questions on ankle fusion operative note...
Complete thread -- left ventricular hypertrophy *based on* aVL. Hemoglobin A1c 7.1,
Complete thread -- So funny when doc mistakes patient age,i.e. I saw this 72-year-old gentleman
Complete thread -- sorry, just saw this. I'd flag that word since it just doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- agree with archie
Complete thread -- OBJECTIVE FINDINGS: (he didnt say General)
Complete thread -- perioperative death is what I hear
Complete thread -- pulmonary embolus, and _____ death and other major complications
Complete thread -- GENERAL: ______ This is a well-developed, well-nourished, teenage, Caucasian
Complete thread -- would you leave a note to have it checked?
Complete thread -- alcove restriction?
Complete thread -- Thank you f g j j g j, that is what I thought :)
Complete thread -- yep, and makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- lateral ligament stable, cruciate ligament stable
Complete thread -- her menstrual loss is heavy on the first day but she does not have any evidence of bl
Complete thread -- that is ok, I was wondering what he says after infliximab
Complete thread -- oops, didn't hear your wav (problems downloading)
Complete thread -- Infliximab= brand Remicade to treat autoimmune diseases
Complete thread -- He is well read up on the Humira and infliximab ???????? if he has a further flare in
Complete thread -- I hear it now! Thank you MT50!
Complete thread -- WAG ~ I am not at all convinced that the pain is coming from her abdomen
Complete thread -- I could identify on either examination or the history. ????????? the pain is coming
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- see message for example
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think there might be a word just before *cruciate* that I'll have to flag.
Complete thread -- Does this seem right?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, I think so. I googled key terms...
Complete thread -- On mine we use HEENT
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- See message, sounds like to me...
Complete thread -- What heading would you use under PE for "No jaundice or lymphadenopathy."
Complete thread -- does this make sense????
Complete thread -- Sorry, forgot to attach mp3 file. It's on there now.
Complete thread -- or posterior?
Complete thread -- What is the name of the facility?
Complete thread -- as planned during hospitalization?
Complete thread -- Without a s/l I'd say probably anterior
Complete thread -- Can you give us an idea what it sounds like?
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- Brilinta
Complete thread -- Further evaluation planned by catheterization _____ hospitalization.
Complete thread -- The patient is placed on *bill ant ah* plus heparin protocol
Complete thread -- Well, the first time I listened, I thought it started with b too, but I kept listening and
Complete thread -- helpful if post sentence before & after, might be ?fecal occult blood (FOB) sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- first row plication?
Complete thread -- Using a 2-0 Prolene, a _______ plication was
Complete thread -- Thanks, no idea, I don't get many of these. Sent it on, left a blank.
Complete thread -- Maybe a directed program is more like an "inpatient program"?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but does that make sense to you? I can't find anything in the context
Complete thread -- unmotivated to a directed program
Complete thread -- WAV, rehab admission.
Complete thread -- Are you working in EditScript or Word? There's a great Word macro
Complete thread -- probably not in the archives because so easily found on Google.
Complete thread -- Thanks for pointing out the numbering too!
Complete thread -- You won't find everything in the archives. I googled and found
Complete thread -- here is context if it helps
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I will go back and listen. This doc has a terrible speech impediment!
Complete thread -- kinda sounds like Dupuytren's contracture?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Here's what I found, if it will post correctly.
Complete thread -- Two seconds of research will show it is trademarked, so yes.
Complete thread -- just to explain. On research I find both, although more silicone. I am assuming it is
Complete thread -- looking for "PIP breast implants". cant find any in archives..
Complete thread -- A 63 yo m pt having hammertoe surgery. In PMH doc says s/l "dipen shram refraction".
Complete thread -- Her labs include autoimmune workup s/l BAB? stool guaiac.
Complete thread -- Is it silicon breast implants or silicone?
Complete thread -- Thank you. You are really good. I am assuming that is capitalized in middle of a senten
Complete thread -- deviling? as in tormenting him? Not sure how to spell that though.
Complete thread -- Strattice?
Complete thread -- The rash has been s/l devel-ing him. Undiagnosed rash.
Complete thread -- Really? I thought it sounded like "boucehtta", lol.
Complete thread -- status post abdominal wall reconstruction with s/l "stratus" and secondary closure
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I think it might be "osseous"?
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Oh, sorry. I just know the first time I listened, the context matched this post, then the
Complete thread -- No this was not up first. I just reposted mine after it was posted over.
Complete thread -- No this was not up first. I just reposted mine after it was posted over.
Complete thread -- This wav was actually up first. The one that's heard now actually posted on top of this.
Complete thread -- sounds like keel. I'll try to repost the previous one if this answers your question.
Complete thread -- It would help to know what part of the body this is on
Complete thread -- There was a previous wav that was just posted. Please be considerate of others.
Complete thread -- This was done followed by placement of two drill holes using the guide ...
Complete thread -- Bone scan done on 12/30/2012 showed no evidence of _____ metastatic disease.
Complete thread -- Neulasta?
Complete thread -- She got s/l qumelasta injection for anemia. thank you
Complete thread -- and it's the *patient* who has "continued difficulty in language communication."
Complete thread -- A 37-minute report. "In brief,...."
Complete thread -- can you hear "impaired diastolic filling"?
Complete thread -- I would do this
Complete thread -- didn't hear MP3 but may be anterior cruciate lig (ACL)
Complete thread -- AWESOME! Thank you so much Darlene!!!
Complete thread -- yes, it does to me, meaning - documented/accurate/reliable by history or stool sample,
Complete thread -- I think I got it with the help of our great archives, akimbo. Thanks.
Complete thread -- CT image acquisition with his left arm in the s/l "kimbo" position
Complete thread -- Does this make sense.. Please see msg... Thank you!
Complete thread -- fem-fem bypass.
Complete thread -- how do you type a fem fem bypass? sm please
Complete thread -- I'd go with unfinished.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- either of your choices are fine, agree unleft should be changed
Complete thread -- need suggestions
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will flag the first part.
Complete thread -- I just got it - Descemet
Complete thread -- in OP note for eye surgery, doc refers to s/l Dessemay's rip sm
Complete thread -- I know, I was thinking -glottic, too, but can't get it.
Complete thread -- all I'd do is comma after infection, including....
Complete thread -- _____ booking stage ? and hope to do it...?
Complete thread -- NAME was sick two weeks ago with gastroenteritis when he had one episo ...
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking some type of "glottic" swelling, but google isn't being helpful.
Complete thread -- s/l impaled mitrogottic swelling (see message)
Complete thread -- my interpretation is she is taking this med four times day and those sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- AVR (aortic valve replacement)
Complete thread -- esl help please
Complete thread -- If you put 'cav' and PA in Doctor Lookup above, there's a possibility near bottom of list
Complete thread -- No real context, in HPI about knee: He saw Dr. s/l Cuh-votto (in Pennsylvania).
Complete thread -- She is currently taking 1, 1, 2 and 2 (one comma one comma two and two)
Complete thread -- Sorry, please disregard last message - no mp3 available.
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please
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Complete thread -- I betcha is IS paraspinal, yep sm & **
Complete thread -- snare, (and) pulled out through the mouth.
Complete thread -- secured with the inner bumper at 3 cm from the skin.
Complete thread -- secured with the _______ skin.
Complete thread -- by means of a _________ at the mouth.
Complete thread -- paramediastinal?
Complete thread -- enhancement surrounding the transverse process of L4 and L5 with possible extension o
Complete thread -- I don't hear "both," although that would make sense. It sounds like "almost to that" to me
Complete thread -- Is he saying "both sides" meaning both sides of the family?
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50, I will listen again, but it was quite clear.
Complete thread -- There is a modified Mayo (as in Mayo Clinic) protocol for infertility.
Complete thread -- ..extensive sides to that.. Is this correct.
Complete thread -- No, very clear..........MOD MAO or MOD Male???
Complete thread -- Clomid protocol?
Complete thread -- John, Jr's
Complete thread -- went to John Jrs for supper. How do you write the Juniors correctly? Not the real
Complete thread -- no wav yet
Complete thread -- Fertility note.........
Complete thread -- ***** is a well-developed well-nourished, 15-month-old white male _____. Hope sm
Complete thread -- She is saying no pressure sores noted about the heel. Thanks MT50
Complete thread -- I hear: ...some "inflammation" noted over...
Complete thread -- sores?
Complete thread -- He does have some maceration noted over the popliteal fossa medially. No pressure __
Complete thread -- WAG could it possibly be something like "one-half inch"?
Complete thread -- bet that was it. I flagged the rest. thanks so much for all the help
Complete thread -- right lower pole renal infarct?
Complete thread -- do you think that last could be colo-renal?
Complete thread -- I caught that later, thanks.
Complete thread -- likely represents primary (not represented)
Complete thread -- 1-primary malignancy with associated atelectasis
Complete thread -- ESWL procedure: s/l 1F-French multi-length stent placement. Can't document.
Complete thread -- You had that right on! thanks
Complete thread -- osseous metastases
Complete thread -- OCS= osseous (without listening to wav)
Complete thread -- wav file. I did add guess within the blank. Thanks
Complete thread -- You're quite welcome. That's what I posted it for. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks -- very handy list. I saved it, hope you don't mind.
Complete thread -- oops, had just added some, not in totally correct alphabetical order.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- it's right "heart failure," not "right heart" failure.
Complete thread -- Well, there is a left heart and right heart, so hyphenation works.
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50
Complete thread -- Good catch! I keep a list of 15 mg meds since often difficult to distinguish from 50.
Complete thread -- dyssynergia
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- as well as being DNR status
Complete thread -- Never mind, sent it on.
Complete thread -- sorry, don't know, but I wouldn't hyphenate "right heart failure".
Complete thread -- oh, I did delete the "any" at the end, before "activity."
Complete thread -- s/l heart status (see message)
Complete thread -- WAV. Preop, patient with neck pain.
Complete thread -- if "clear" would give it to 'em, prob dictator lingo meaning sm
Complete thread -- found foundations preschool in N.J.
Complete thread -- s/l noncontextual to me
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Complete thread -- brain freeze this AM. Affected or effected?
Complete thread -- Doubt 50 mg bid, probably 15, see inside for info from drugs.com
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- Wow, MT50. Thank you. I really appreciate that
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- Not sure what your account allows, but if you are not positive, flag it
Complete thread -- mallear (malleus)
Complete thread -- These are nonconjectural. There is ...
Complete thread -- would it be okay to type it as he says it or should I flag?
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT50. Can you get the first blank too?
Complete thread -- Her past medical history was significant for suspected perilymphatic f ...
Complete thread -- pseudobulbar in nature
Complete thread -- No, but maybe he means once in the day like q.d. one a day?
Complete thread -- did you ever hear of the expression "q. in the day" He says it twice, but I never
Complete thread -- can you please help me with this wav
Complete thread -- The worms and compost analogy is cool, but "cyber worms" is apparently not what you
Complete thread -- XXX is a "good grade" candidate for T11 kyphoplasty
Complete thread -- i.e., don't have time to check through other browsers yet, but no doubt works in all now.
Complete thread -- Yep, working now, at least in Chrome. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Geez Okay. He is saying fetal fibronectin was. LOL
Complete thread -- lab tests. s/l fetal pyro-nect-a-noids.
Complete thread -- angioplasty
Complete thread -- oops -- I think I just fixed it. Try your link again and let me know.
Complete thread -- the oldest archives (before 2007) aren't available yet, SM
Complete thread -- I see the subject lines showing on a search, but I get an Internal Server Error...
Complete thread -- first page (first 10 hits) is there. the "Next 50 hits" pages maybe next week.
Complete thread -- Just checked for some of the things I had a hard time documenting on my shift and they're
Complete thread -- Thanks for the "heads up," Oasis! :-)
Complete thread -- Hey, archives are working. Thanks, BB!
Complete thread -- LDL is 656 is what I heard, but agree on TSH of 6.56
Complete thread -- morphine (generic) not capitalized. comma after levofloxin (also not capitalized, generic
Complete thread -- ? nabumetone ck spelling also morphine is generic
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- TSH of 6.56.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- since he says "period paragraph" could he be changing this?
Complete thread -- metoprolol, *nymphatone*, pantoprazole, and Morphine
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- LDL is 646, ketone 83, magnesium 1.38, __________ 6.56, troponin 0.138.
Complete thread -- It's there now.
Complete thread -- no mp3 file.
Complete thread -- something earlier period. He suffers...
Complete thread -- present. No organomegaly is appreciated. ________ There is mild tenderness also on
Complete thread -- __________ suffers from history of colon cancer, CHF.
Complete thread -- Worked at a local pody office for 5 years. I feel for ya...
Complete thread -- I think it's PASA. Thanks.
Complete thread -- two separate osteotomies to better align the s/l "possa" (can't hear fossa)
Complete thread -- Thanks! new to me as well! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks to Mgt, I learned a new word today "travelator"
Complete thread -- that sounds good. Thank you Dr. Walker and lb for trying
Complete thread -- moving carpets? like an escalator, but not gaining altitude, just forward progress?
Complete thread -- they have those "tram" things they ride in the airport? doesn't s/l your word though.
Complete thread -- can anyone help me with this word? It sounds like carpets, but should be probably li
Complete thread -- increase wheat germ and decrease chaff by giving ANSWER when OP "calls off the dogs."
Complete thread -- Agree. to quote Lawrence Weed, "Aim for a (Word Board -Mgt) record that guides & teaches."
Complete thread -- sometimes a doc will abbreviate it LC, meaning "living children."
Complete thread -- WOW! Thanks! Cyber worms are like the "wheels of the Gods,".....
Complete thread -- hit wrong key s/be + the N part
Complete thread -- I had also found this (FIBA) = N
Complete thread -- whee (thanks NM)just returning to say "hope OP comes back to share"
Complete thread -- Thanks, I will listen for that.
Complete thread -- Probiotic - s/l hyomag
Complete thread -- ?FEIBA (Factor Eight Inhibitor Bypassing Activity)/drug book shows as Feiba
Complete thread -- tophaceous gout?
Complete thread -- word help sm
Complete thread -- just found FIBA
Complete thread -- intracranial hemorrhage. Craniectomy. The patient was given s/l feeba
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help
Complete thread -- I'd hyphenate, right-legged symptoms. chiropractic physician, not position.
Complete thread -- One more question: Is right legged symptoms correct to use as in.
Complete thread -- thankyou. That was a good idea, although I do hear quint, with an "nt" at the end
Complete thread -- oops, make that QuikDraw
Complete thread -- QuickDraw?
Complete thread -- s/l "quintdraw"-type brace. I tried the good idea below of archives with google but
Complete thread -- In lieu of archives, trick using Google search...
Complete thread -- might be ventriculoplasty= Surgical repair of a defect in a ventricle of the heart
Complete thread -- For archives, might be Cournand catheter, often used at the His region.
Complete thread -- IVUS: intravascular ultrasound.
Complete thread -- Pt w/history of 1-vessel CAD. She has recently been catheterized/sm
Complete thread -- Yes, I wondered about that too, but he said "vento" so I had no way of knowing. I sent
Complete thread -- venoplasty is my guess, no expert, but they do use balloon venoplasty
Complete thread -- Hmm, I'm wondering if he's saying "ventoplasty" for ventriculoplasty. I'll leave it blank
Complete thread -- St. Jude permanent pacemaker placed in November of 2006 & required s/l"aventoplasty"
Complete thread -- thanks ! nm
Complete thread -- I'd leave it because ROS is what is going on now.
Complete thread -- hope this helps
Complete thread -- I just saw F for full-term.
Complete thread -- general question
Complete thread -- Not sure about F. L is living. Sometimes they say T for term.
Complete thread -- 22-year-old G4, ?F1? P2, A0, ?L3? mother. What is F1 and L3
Complete thread -- as in Living 2.
Complete thread -- When you put "nevermind" - can you give the answer so it goes into Archives for future
Complete thread -- no, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- coronary sinus catheter?
Complete thread -- officially stopped looking, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- so far, I have searched Boston Scientific and Medtronic sites
Complete thread -- I'll take guesses. Thanks.
Complete thread -- using a s/l Koranon His catheter placed into the His region.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. I am having such a hard time with this Indian dictator.Thanks very much
Complete thread -- excision and removal?
Complete thread -- Yep! I was going to say trich! Glad you got it.
Complete thread -- Last post by me. Please see message.
Complete thread -- YOu have got to be kidding me. I can't believe I didn't hear that. THank you so much!
Complete thread -- Now that you helped with the BV, I thinks she says: BV, trich (for trichonomas), and chlam
Complete thread -- anteverted
Complete thread -- Uterus normal _____ nontender. Adnexa clear.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for helping.
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- not positive, but I understand what they are saying. They need to coll ...
Complete thread -- I think BV is in there (bacterial vaginosis) but not sure what follows before candida
Complete thread -- Got it. It was embolism horribly pronounced by ESL. Thanks
Complete thread -- Please see message. Thank you
Complete thread -- metastatic lesions, seizures, left s/l hemiagneural. Procedure...
Complete thread -- SureSwab was taken for gonorrhea, chlamydia, _______, candida. Report is p
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- going with Reversal of the normal
Complete thread -- refers to children that lived beyond the neonatal period ...
Complete thread -- I have a doc who says that as well
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray s/l reversible normal
Complete thread -- ...A xx-year-old gravida 4, para 2, AB 2, "L2", status post tubal ligation.
Complete thread -- SureSwab was taken for gonorrhea, chlamydia," VV3 con" candida.
Complete thread -- heard it... left side of medulla.
Complete thread -- MRI showed dolichoectatic basilar artery, which is indenting left side of s/l della,
Complete thread -- pee bag, PD bag, pedi bag? TIA!
Complete thread -- or may be (or not) plasmapheresis = treat several autoimmune diseases
Complete thread -- This is what I wondered, too! But as she was listing them separately, it
Complete thread -- Thanks, all. I just found plasmapheresis after I googled another way...
Complete thread -- immunosuppression and plasmapheresis are treatments for pemphigus
Complete thread -- History of pemphigus vulgaris on multiple immunosuppressants, as well as gastroparesis
Complete thread -- click link one.look.com on entering *phoresis might see something, such as #45
Complete thread -- pemphigus vulgaris, on immunosuppressants as well as *gas-no-phoresis* in past.
Complete thread -- ('skuse me! :-) Some emperor-dictators Wear No Clothes! and are inconsiderate as well!
Complete thread -- I LOVE it!!! And I didn't even hear the wav! SOME emperor-dictators
Complete thread -- I LOVE it!!! And I didn't even hear the wav! SOME emperor-dictators
Complete thread -- the Archives are the finest!!! WB w/o Archives is fun, WB w/ Archives is fulfilling.
Complete thread -- (what I surmise as well)
Complete thread -- ? malar canthal
Complete thread -- Great, thanks. Was wondering if there was another section too.
Complete thread -- apostrophes
Complete thread -- Trying to hear "medial" canthal area.
Complete thread -- Recognizing a verb when you see it is hardly "knowing it all."
Complete thread -- the right lower eyelid ______ canthal area and upper cheek was
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- My BOS-2 shows this under "apostrophes"...
Complete thread -- Could you give the title of the section? I have an electronic version without page numbers
Complete thread -- Nobody knows it all. Give people the benefit of the doubt.
Complete thread -- verb - follow up
Complete thread -- followup?
Complete thread -- NM mispronouncing carvedilol
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Simponi
Complete thread -- Hit enter too soon. Also med s/l *Symphony*
Complete thread -- From preop med list s/l *tra reg u lo* 25 mg b.i.d.
Complete thread -- monitoring of?
Complete thread -- apostrophe needed - BOS2 pg 28
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- no apostrophe
Complete thread -- If doctor dictates,
Complete thread -- transcutaneous **** oxygen, can't get what sounds like onner or on her
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. Already sent it in but at least I will know what to listen for with him sm
Complete thread -- carotid endarterectomy - The patient's s/l transcutation on her excision
Complete thread -- ....first saucerizing the infected bone and then grafting ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- focal?
Complete thread -- the skin incision with staples?
Complete thread -- sorry for the garbage...it was cut/paste
Complete thread -- saucerization /sau¡¤cer¡¤iza¡¤tion/ (saw¡Èser-ĭ-za¢¥shun). 1. the excavation of tissue to form
Complete thread -- S/L---- solserizing------
Complete thread -- ?local metallic artifact
Complete thread -- can you hear medial canthal?
Complete thread -- The retinaculum was closed with 0 Vicryl sutures. The skin was _____ and staples. sm
Complete thread -- All visible synovial mass was excised. Hemostasis was obtained with the sm
Complete thread -- s/l mallo canthal area
Complete thread -- There is also evolving ischemia in the proximal right MCA bifurcation ...
Complete thread -- oh boy
Complete thread -- cutting cautery
Complete thread -- s/l cutting cord
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bilateral ptosis and blepharochalasis with _____ vis
Complete thread -- It sounds like she's saying "There is no evidence" but doesn't finish the sentence. Maybe
Complete thread -- Thanks all. You are right on the spelling of doc's name too.
Complete thread -- feeding tube. There is no ______. The dressing is clean and dry and
Complete thread -- word for word account - thanks
Complete thread -- Might be Deutsch
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Sorry, that was me, forgot my "MT50"
Complete thread -- So it is Roanoke Rapids, just have to find if Deutch is spelled right
Complete thread -- yes,
Complete thread -- Sorry, did not think where mattered. North Carolina
Complete thread -- Will follow up with Dr. Deutch from Oak Rapids? for initiation
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Lung cancer. I found Oar - organs at risk - not sure if this
Complete thread -- maybe just plume-like. A plume is a feather, so feather-like lesion?
Complete thread -- can you post a wav or MP3? (FYI CA under impression should be typed out)
Complete thread -- fingersticks (one word) lispro
Complete thread -- UA C&S (urinalysis with culture and sensitivity) ??
Complete thread -- and will be covered with finger sticks with *liz pro* during the
Complete thread -- s/l a U N C N S drawn
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Her Vaizey score therefore was [TIME: 2:10]lex 4 which also includes lifestyle impact
Complete thread -- . There is no *images*. The dressing is clean - guess makes sense just in a weird pla
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cardiology(med) & cardiothoracic vascular & OPs in general sm
Complete thread -- The main findings
Complete thread -- There is no peritoneal irritation. _______ findings are significant edema with
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Complete thread -- thanks - thought I could hear stress too
Complete thread -- s/l amlex TIA!
Complete thread -- Patient with erythroderma. On the face there are two new sm
Complete thread -- WAG ~ possibility from stress?
Complete thread -- there now
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- MP3 not there yet
Complete thread -- indiscriminate
Complete thread -- radiology - easy money since many doctors use routine negatives
Complete thread -- infection. Possibility of _____. We will add steroids and will keep the patient
Complete thread -- good ocular formation (first part of needle point system sounds correct to me)
Complete thread -- dehydrated, elevated BUN, creatinine, and diarrhea. ______ 01/09/2013.
Complete thread -- s/l needle point delivery system and s/l eye squall formation TIA!
Complete thread -- the importance of this...?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- A colon can be used in the second ex. because it is introducing a list.
Complete thread -- For my company, you can when it is listed info, i.e. FLUIDS: ESTIMATED BLOOD LOSS: etc.
Complete thread -- Can you use a number after a colon (see message)
Complete thread -- I really depend on them as well. You weren't complaining!
Complete thread -- indiscreet
Complete thread -- Oh, I know, didn't mean to sound like a complainer. I've just come to depend on them even
Complete thread -- Just caught your post! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Moving on. After looking up the definitions, indiscreet seems more correct.
Complete thread -- indiscreet; Dictionary.com has incautious as synonym meaning careless
Complete thread -- indiscrete or indiscreet? I am inclined toward to 2nd one.
Complete thread -- I miss them, too, but BB is working on it.
Complete thread -- swaged suture and swaged-on suture (see link)
Complete thread -- I sure do miss the archives. See link
Complete thread -- yyyyaaawwwnnn, I agree, but Podiatry is boring!
Complete thread -- Swedgeon suture?
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- found: swedged-on
Complete thread -- As far as best dictations for me for ease and to make money on, I love OP notes
Complete thread -- swaged-on?
Complete thread -- I'd like that too for the subject matter if there weren't so many bad dictators doing it.
Complete thread -- s/l swedgethon suture? (McCall's procedure)
Complete thread -- Psych ~ absolutely fascinating
Complete thread -- eccentricities
Complete thread -- s/l uh-sen-truh-sees TIA!
Complete thread -- Neurology and cardiology are my personal favorites.
Complete thread -- Answered before, but was going to say that I think the strongest preference (not largest,
Complete thread -- sorry, text expander, pressed wrong button, thank you all for your imput
Complete thread -- I'm a "body", not a "thing", and I don't know the "best", just what I do, lol.
Complete thread -- I like ER. Just personal preference, though; don't feel it's the "best."
Complete thread -- never heard it before, but I'm hearing leash. The leash of venous vessels...
Complete thread -- I used to do a lot of podiatry; long reports, native-born dictators.
Complete thread -- Oh yes he did mention that.
Complete thread -- What specialty does everything think is the best to transcribe for?
Complete thread -- The ____ vessels on the medial intermuscular septum in the medial dist ...
Complete thread -- interstitial lung disease would be my guess
Complete thread -- patient with COPD CT scan with s/l ILD protocol. What is ILD?
Complete thread -- okay, so
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- IMAGING: Radiographs of the right shoulder reveals no _____.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I hear it perfectly now!!!
Complete thread -- The previous incisions have healed well.
Complete thread -- . No laxity noted to varus/valgus stress. No calf tenderness. No warmth or sm
Complete thread -- I hear he is calling for antibiotic recommendations....
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- tortuous aorta.
Complete thread -- chest x-ray
Complete thread -- I'm sure you are correct but I had already sent it on because I couldn't hold it. Thanks
Complete thread -- the doctor confirmed it was malignant versus paramalignant.
Complete thread -- red yeast or red yeast rice.
Complete thread -- maybe red yeast ? (a supplement)
Complete thread -- Just my humble opinion, but I believe that dictator is truly inconsiderate.
Complete thread -- He is on multiple medications including s/l "readies 1200 mg daily"
Complete thread -- Agree, 2 words following a preposition and 1 word when used as an adverb.
Complete thread -- ? VESIcare (no caps on losartan)
Complete thread -- Figured it out - V1
Complete thread -- med
Complete thread -- med
Complete thread -- s/l "five one" dermatome
Complete thread -- He is calling for further antibiotic ________ Rocephin, Zithromax.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, i.e. either does not really 'grasp" well in general, OR, the sm
Complete thread -- agh! Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- more likely "despite a complete understanding."
Complete thread -- Have you heard this before? Surgeon states (s/l) "*Despite* incomplete understanding
Complete thread -- Budesonide for asthma not diuretic
Complete thread -- When it follows a preposition, it is 2 words.
Complete thread -- There is full extension, full s/l variflexion and good patella tracking noted
Complete thread -- We were told to "a while" (2 words).
Complete thread -- It was "width of 57 mm" not "with a"! Duh!
Complete thread -- a while or awhile?
Complete thread -- Yes, me too. He actually just repeated it in other part of report as Vantas. Thanks.
Complete thread -- with a prostate height of 35 mm with a 57 mm s/l in/and length of 49 mm
Complete thread -- That'd be "Vantas"
Complete thread -- Viadur or Vantus is all I can come up with.
Complete thread -- s/l "Vyas" implant for prostate cancer
Complete thread -- s/l the name of the place she works at, like "Hiller-Well" ?
Complete thread -- she has two children age 2 and 6 and she is working ???? and she is working part tim
Complete thread -- Can't get it, sorry. He is talking wayyyy to low (like he's half asleep)
Complete thread -- gastrOenteritis ...?
Complete thread -- saying H. pylori real fast there - since he's going to screen for it again?
Complete thread -- gastrenteritis maybe?
Complete thread -- thanks added
Complete thread -- Given the patient’s prior history of peptic ulcer disease in the past ...
Complete thread -- She has experienced (?gastrointestinals) <-- is that even a word?
Complete thread -- old .wav still there
Complete thread -- of pneumonia, __________ bilateral pleural effusion
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: History of pacemaker, history of leg surgery, _________.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: History of pacemaker, history of leg surgery, _________.
Complete thread -- precluded, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Maybe he's saying relievement. ?
Complete thread -- It's a word according to Wordnik (heavy sarcasm). Sure doc isn't saying alleviation of?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Need help with medical term
Complete thread -- got the first too... sorry
Complete thread -- got all but the first
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- Dental rehab, child, ADHD. The patient requires s/l prequitted treatment
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- Thank you to everyone who added their advice!
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help! : )
Complete thread -- A clue is lysis of adhesions. Mobilize would be appropriate throughout.
Complete thread -- but, okay, if its ALP, then that too.
Complete thread -- I think they're all mobilized.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind, later changes to Thoravent
Complete thread -- Pt receiving tube thoracostomy "recommended *thoracovac* system"
Complete thread -- and with the liver, it'd be an ALT with the GGT test. (AST, ALT, etc)
Complete thread -- Alkaline Phosphatase
Complete thread -- Thanks! Are you referring only to that first one under procedure? Also...
Complete thread -- sure - he's talking about the liver
Complete thread -- thank you f g j j g j!!!!!!
Complete thread -- I heard that too but does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Got it: p.o. Thanks
Complete thread -- curious - what is ALP? (ALT?)
Complete thread -- Abdominal CT with "P-O" and IV contrast. How do I type the "P-O". Thanks
Complete thread -- hepatitis associated with...
Complete thread -- mobilization makes more sense there than 'im'mobilization.
Complete thread -- Agree, I hear torsed and usually leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I mean to say I think I hear *immobilize* in all instances but
Complete thread -- I hear torsed ovary and testicle fairly regularly.
Complete thread -- mobilized vs immobilized. With archives not working, I need to ask here...
Complete thread -- The usual pattern for reaction to ??????? associated with azathioprine use is usually
Complete thread -- I thouoght I heard that too. Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- got one: Mammogram done with the last year.
Complete thread -- #2: Mammogram done within the last year.
Complete thread -- perhaps "young-appearing" but she flubs the enunciation a bit... ??
Complete thread -- GENERAL: This is a pleasant 80-year-old ______ female in no apparent acute distress.
Complete thread -- #1 treated for anxiety as an outpatient for approximately a year
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- docism? *torsed* ileocecum... Please sm for context
Complete thread -- Teflaro ? (anti MRSA antiobiotic)
Complete thread -- Thanks for you input. I will listen for that.
Complete thread -- would agree with Keflex
Complete thread -- or Keflex maybe?
Complete thread -- TED hose would not make sense in that context anyway
Complete thread -- cannot hear TED hose
Complete thread -- does TED flow make sense?
Complete thread -- not really close to your s/l but Cefzil?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l tef-flow
Complete thread -- serrated polyp (answered below)
Complete thread -- ? budesonide
Complete thread -- small polyp was found and was found to be a ???? polyp so she will have a colonoscopy
Complete thread -- serrated polyp
Complete thread -- what made you think the word referred to the abdomen??
Complete thread -- your error was in relating "sallow" to abdomen
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- his iliacs
Complete thread -- I hear: have really been nondiagnostic
Complete thread -- blank s/l his el-ee-ox
Complete thread -- Works for me. Makes sense. Thanks so much for helping.
Complete thread -- yes, I can, thank you!
Complete thread -- Oh I did not see this too, THANK YOU TOO RG!!!
Complete thread -- have been even ?
Complete thread -- Cannot hear the blank. Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU.. all! :D
Complete thread -- seem typical.
Complete thread -- seem tubercular??
Complete thread -- recur?
Complete thread -- someone else got it below me (16 seconds faster I think) LOL
Complete thread -- I think the question of recommencing 6-.....will have to be? can you reword?
Complete thread -- OMG!! Thank you f g j j g j!!!!!! You saved the day! Thankyou!
Complete thread -- She may need general workup... if her symptoms seem to s/l bookle
Complete thread -- no, I don't think so unfortunatly
Complete thread -- ?recommencal is this spelled right? As in recommence?
Complete thread -- her color (pale - pallid - wan - yellowish - pasty) goes with the rest of her exam.
Complete thread -- to be sallow.
Complete thread -- Could it be something as simple as "a female?"
Complete thread -- sallow
Complete thread -- sallow (especially with enlarged liver)
Complete thread -- reposted WAV
Complete thread -- someone posted over the top of this. can you repost please?
Complete thread -- can you repost that .wav? someone posted before yours was answered.
Complete thread -- That doesn't go with her abdomen. I'd say he's talking about her affect maybe?
Complete thread -- ok sentence context here
Complete thread -- I think he's saying internal fixation
Complete thread -- what is the sentence?
Complete thread -- We could use more context than that please.
Complete thread -- sclerotic? never heard of cirrhotic polyp.
Complete thread -- he's all over the place. i think - really, there is nothing there. i'd period after
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying "canceled"... guy needs his nose cleaned out I think LOL
Complete thread -- yes.... #1 :) not sure what the "payfold" s/l is =/
Complete thread -- Thinking the first one, he might be saying "number one" instead of pneumonia (MAYBE?!)
Complete thread -- here is some more info. 1st blank s/l pneumonia? 2nd s/l payfold
Complete thread -- ? peripheral GreenLight
Complete thread -- can an abdomen be fallow?
Complete thread -- malleolus making sure that there was no _____ . Once we identified
Complete thread -- we were satisfied with the reduction with _____ fixation, we proceeded to obtain imag
Complete thread -- has anyone ever heard of a cirhotic polyp?
Complete thread -- s/l payfold green light phototherapy
Complete thread -- malignant versus nonmalignant
Complete thread -- Physical examination revealed her to be ?????.
Complete thread -- thanks so much for the confirmation! I just put that with a flag to bring to his
Complete thread -- i think he says malignant the first time too.
Complete thread -- the second blank is para
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- barely
Complete thread -- just double checking, are you able to hear my mp3?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- okay, fixed. The blue sidebar is where the ads go!
Complete thread -- Right-sided pleural effusion most likely ______ versus ______ malignant.
Complete thread -- prepositus?
Complete thread -- each eye with increase ______ of both eyes
Complete thread -- proptosis?
Complete thread -- I never knew that, thanks!
Complete thread -- sa/l repositus
Complete thread -- Now just gives an error, but before would refresh (click the blue panel down the side of
Complete thread -- Okay, I didn't know that did anything. What does it do?
Complete thread -- There is a Balkin sheath by Cook Medical. You either need to post
Complete thread -- Yes, might still be in the upgrade stage? Billybob!!!!????
Complete thread -- that is, I get an Internal Server Error when I click it.
Complete thread -- EXACTLY!
Complete thread -- Is the blue highlight sidebar to the left not refreshing the page for others too?
Complete thread -- Could you post a wave?
Complete thread -- I don't either - it is a foreign dictator
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Might just be me but I do not understand that entire sentence with the blank
Complete thread -- sharing my diuretic list
Complete thread -- Procedure using a "Boken" vascular sheath
Complete thread -- May be Demadex (generic torsemide)for next time sm
Complete thread -- WOW I was close!
Complete thread -- hi thanks for trying.. just now found Gilula's arc
Complete thread -- Just a guess, could it be "lowest lines?"
Complete thread -- excuse the typo, shld be preserved.
Complete thread -- s/l *thelouis* lines on the wrist are preservered and no injury to carpal arches
Complete thread -- This link is a great list for Ortho Tests
Complete thread -- If you google "Apley test " the first thing that comes up in the suggestion box is
Complete thread -- exactly. Thank you
Complete thread -- thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- You are correct non-Jackson
Complete thread -- The "Apley scratch test" is done for the shoulder
Complete thread -- that sounds good. I uploaded a wav, just to be sure.
Complete thread -- Yes. I do too now. Thank you:)
Complete thread -- Probably non-Jackson, as in the standard table is a Jackson, but for this surgery the
Complete thread -- Patient in MVA with back, neck, and left shoulder pain.
Complete thread -- I hear cyanotic
Complete thread -- Jobst
Complete thread -- "joke stocking" on foot
Complete thread -- diuretic s/l tro-buh-sin-ide TIA!
Complete thread -- Sorry, got it now, opiate rotation !!! ...
Complete thread -- ever heard of a "non-Jackson table" in this context? or maybe nowon Jackson table
Complete thread -- There is no lymphadenopathy. He had ____(1:58) changes in his lower e ...
Complete thread -- On reviewing the chart, there was an increase in her medication on Dec ...
Complete thread -- Yes, AAMT BOS-2 totally disagrees with you.
Complete thread -- Apexo elevators?
Complete thread -- good for you!!
Complete thread -- more context needed
Complete thread -- Oakland Raiders :)
Complete thread -- physical exam: exam revealed s/l shadow-appearing woman in no distress.tx
Complete thread -- any sport fans out there? Stuck on a word
Complete thread -- tooth #32 was sectioned and delivered with _____. ...
Complete thread -- proceed to visualizE...
Complete thread -- oh great!
Complete thread -- direct admissions sounds reasonable to me
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I deleted it after I figured it out (which was about 5 minutes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- fall up her steps while walking her dog.
Complete thread -- The patient is an 88-year-old female who presented to the emergency ro ...
Complete thread -- This is a very strict verbatim account so that is the reason I am trying to make sure sm
Complete thread -- Oops I did not mean to post that. I forgot to leave the blank so hope your ears sm
Complete thread -- I could never get your MP3 to play.
Complete thread -- He is also known to have severe left ventricular dysfunction, status post AICD sm
Complete thread -- got it- Gram stain and C&S
Complete thread -- GERD on nexium. Recommendations: 1. Sputum __________. 2. Complete
Complete thread -- I would go lymphatics because: sm (but not a biggy, otherwise.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- drugs@FDA.com Does not show fentanyl (Duragesic) 20 (mcg)
Complete thread -- it WAS HSV - sorry
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- where I work, we don't use the / when it is mixed english/latin
Complete thread -- vestigial.
Complete thread -- s/l diss-did-jew-ull pertains to hear sm plse
Complete thread -- what comes after this sentence, can you post more info
Complete thread -- Is mcg per hour written as mcg per hour or mcg/hour?
Complete thread -- hmm, thanks, will research that
Complete thread -- I have heard of a clevis bow?
Complete thread -- acetabular fracture and humeral fracture spells Klevis bow
Complete thread -- HSV?
Complete thread -- googling with quotes "paralabral cyst"
Complete thread -- Perilabral or paralabral cyst? Search finds both. Shoulder arthroscopy. Thx!
Complete thread -- HNC (head neck cancer)???
Complete thread -- , esophagitis, candidal esophagitis, *H&C* ulcers
Complete thread -- Thank you, billybob
Complete thread -- Thank you, billybob
Complete thread -- there is (such) a sign of empathy, it appears...
Complete thread -- can you help with this psychiatry WAV
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Nvm, Visanne ...
Complete thread -- two operative laparoscopies and diagnosis of endometriosis. She had m ...
Complete thread -- could it be Ensure- would they give that ?
Complete thread -- Patient had SMA Doppler with s/l "on-sure" challenge or "on chair"? tyia
Complete thread -- "doped
Complete thread -- he was described as being ____and this was
Complete thread -- how to type out fentanyl patch dosage
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd think that would be just fine.
Complete thread -- finding pearly-appearing rolled border consistent with basal cell carcinoma. so I say yes
Complete thread -- s/l pearly bordered
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!! :)
Complete thread -- ?at vigil (i.e. pending at bedside)
Complete thread -- detrusor
Complete thread -- so not under EXT?
Complete thread -- blank s/l de-trish-ar
Complete thread -- I'd give him a new heading named "CHEST" or "LYMPHATICS"
Complete thread -- guessing folate 5 mg??
Complete thread -- doc has template of exam, then says to insert no axillary adenopathy. What header
Complete thread -- I hear E but can't get the still pending at...?
Complete thread -- med list blank s/l exfolate 5 mg daily.
Complete thread -- and also do you hear hepatitis C or E?
Complete thread -- I would flag, post a voice file or post more text nm
Complete thread -- well as chikungunya and hepatitis C are still pending at ???????.
Complete thread -- could it be "oblique"?
Complete thread -- there's a Nicholas Theodoto in Indiana, PA, too
Complete thread -- This could be, if leaving the "ch" sound out and pronouncing as Fedko. I haven't found
Complete thread -- allopurinol for the first cycle as well as prophylactic Bactrim and ???????? to reduc
Complete thread -- How about Fetchko?
Complete thread -- flank "does: fit. Vague "does not" sm to see why
Complete thread -- unfortunately no.... as I said... it is a strong P similar to plague or peg
Complete thread -- (I don't think flank is correct here)
Complete thread -- what about "frank"? Can you hear that?
Complete thread -- More info asked for in regard to dentist s/l thed-ko or sed-ko. This is an ortho
Complete thread -- Thank you for your prompt response.
Complete thread -- that'd be "your" references. (sheesh)
Complete thread -- you're references are correct - 2 words
Complete thread -- agree - limited code
Complete thread -- Help with term
Complete thread -- I would think it is code (as in limited heroic measures)
Complete thread -- Call Endocrine for insulin dosing. Patient is a limited ________
Complete thread -- Could we have the before and after sentence please
Complete thread -- I questioned flank and vague too...but he gave a solid P like plague or peg =/
Complete thread -- s/l core Patient is a limited ________. TIA!
Complete thread -- Ortho visit, talking about needing dental clearance from dentist, although does not
Complete thread -- WAG flank?
Complete thread -- blank s/l plague
Complete thread -- you are a awesome! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- 37 Stanhope Place?
Complete thread -- Can anyone help me on what the address in this clip is?
Complete thread -- ;-)
Complete thread -- What city or area? Impossible to find without more
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree adrenal insuff. what to google is Florinef + your s/l (much there)
Complete thread -- A well-lubricated
Complete thread -- : A _____ gastroscope was introduced into the oropharynx
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- guess I was thinking it wouldn't be seen on a scope, but I was wrong, thx!
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch, MT50.
Complete thread -- wonder if s/l ghoul traction might be gallow traction
Complete thread -- S/l Thed-ko, Phed-ko ....???
Complete thread -- Velcro
Complete thread -- Sterile dressings were then applied followed by a _______ splint.
Complete thread -- A dentist in Pennsylvania that s/l fed-ko. Ty!
Complete thread -- colon
Complete thread -- how about Skin Perfusion/Vascular Filling Time
Complete thread -- I would think --CFT (for capillary filling time)
Complete thread -- agree with hyphens
Complete thread -- can you do that for me, too?!
Complete thread -- check out HT ratio
Complete thread -- it's adrenal suppression
Complete thread -- could it be adrenal axis suppression?
Complete thread -- has pt had Lap-Band surgery? (if so, band impression makes sense to me)
Complete thread -- You are correct as below it is "impression" see link
Complete thread -- pouch band _______. We were able to traverse the band _______ without
Complete thread -- Pt to stop Florinef. Likelihood of *adenosuppression* as has been taking for years.
Complete thread -- THanks so much!
Complete thread -- normal in appearance (not normal and proceed)
Complete thread -- ampulla of Vater is an important landmark, halfway along the second part of the duodenum
Complete thread -- nevermind, saw "in the stomach" and am guessing this is an EGD.
Complete thread -- is vater in there for the first blank?
Complete thread -- yes. thanks so much.
Complete thread -- anagen/telogen ratio, A to T?
Complete thread -- Hair loss test
Complete thread -- towards the _______ which was normal AND proceed to aspirate all the ______ from the
Complete thread -- hair loss test sm
Complete thread -- band *impression*. We were able to traverse the band *impression* without
Complete thread -- Extremty placed in "Ghoul" traction?
Complete thread -- OR daunorubicin ?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone. I will relisten and check out the suggestions.
Complete thread -- papilla?
Complete thread -- papule?
Complete thread -- papilloma?
Complete thread -- psoriasiform...
Complete thread -- 2 blanks - hemorrhoids
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- Just realized I made myself younger by 10 years... haha MT40!
Complete thread -- G3 (which is gravida 3), P2-0-0-2 (which is para 2-0-0-2)
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe G3P2002? New to GYN. TIA!
Complete thread -- Do you have any other info like type of physician, exact sentence that it is in, etc.? thx
Complete thread -- searching for Dr. s/l lay-ma-nee in Santa Cruz, CA area. TIA!
Complete thread -- With the hyphens.
Complete thread -- Check locally, but it sounds to me like "Angela Kara".
Complete thread -- her to a formal continence service such as that run by ??????? with
Complete thread -- moderate to severe reflux esophagitis or moderate-to-severe?
Complete thread -- link, might see something
Complete thread -- the index of the archives isn't sent yet SM
Complete thread -- Look down the board just 4 or 5 posts for your answer.
Complete thread -- archives working?
Complete thread -- Perhaps doxorubicin?
Complete thread -- ATRA and s/l donaruvason (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis.
Complete thread -- Found this: SPVFT: Slow/Normal/Fast (see link) Doesn't say what it is, though.
Complete thread -- If so, please let us know! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can look at his other reports, and most have SPVFT, one has STVFT. I feel
Complete thread -- We use VFT for "venous filling time" where I work, but
Complete thread -- (I would agree with IMO. 60 mL infusion would hurt like mad; 6 mL seems far more reasonab
Complete thread -- he had to "scale down his activities" (the "d" you hear is from following word "down."
Complete thread -- yes, I agree, and amazing match between s/l and word doc intended! Good Going!
Complete thread -- I only wish I knew.
Complete thread -- (Thanks, Pam! :-) (what is SPGFT? just askin'....:-)
Complete thread -- (okay, I'll bite: what is SPGFT? lol :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret. I'm pretty sure he's saying SPGFT. :(
Complete thread -- (way WAG:) VFT might be "vascular filling time," aka "capillary filling time." SM
Complete thread -- Or maybe he's saying SPGFT?
Complete thread -- Anyone have any idea what SPVFT might stand for in a podiatry consult PE?
Complete thread -- (renal failure is VERY uncommon in a NB, but r/o "umbilical catheter" line for dialysis.
Complete thread -- (thanks, Oasis! :-)
Complete thread -- He said the older posts would take longer to backup and be available here.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying pedicle ligature.
Complete thread -- The mesentery .... S/l pediclegion and 2-0 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- fiducial marker (see message)
Complete thread -- Searcch Archives alone does not work for me, but once inside the free find sm
Complete thread -- if I search under backup board, they are. Otherwise, nope.
Complete thread -- ficudial is what I'm finding. Can't make sense of fiduciary.
Complete thread -- colon cancer - s/l fiduciary marking
Complete thread -- BB said the archives were working, but I can't seem to access them. You?
Complete thread -- sorry DMARD
Complete thread -- nevermind it is DEMARD disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs
Complete thread -- s/l de-mart
Complete thread -- think I'd put ...dietary (peas, peanuts, et.)
Complete thread -- in-office procedure note
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- hyphenate in-office-procedure?
Complete thread -- I think semicolon is fine; however, some might say different.
Complete thread -- gleaning is okay, and he's probably saying it wrong (as usual)
Complete thread -- Had to flag. Thanks for the guess though.
Complete thread -- Nursing home resident sm
Complete thread -- colon or semicolon??
Complete thread -- sacral ala comes to mind ? sacral transverse ala? and there is a
Complete thread -- ok, thanks. I will listen for that.
Complete thread -- transitional?
Complete thread -- ?previous loop ostomy?
Complete thread -- The s/l "tevrus lukrostomy" at the upper part of the incision was left intact.
Complete thread -- radiology - sm
Complete thread -- ! of course- thanks for the wake-up
Complete thread -- freed it up?
Complete thread -- agree, large caliber. (collateral is a side branch of the "main"
Complete thread -- Never mind, think he's saying "freed it up" Thanks though.
Complete thread -- We then mobilized the abdominal wall off the bowel and s/l "breed" it up along all
Complete thread -- 0.012 inches.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in an OR report, plastic surgery is 12 one-thousands of an inch or 12/1000 inches sm
Complete thread -- s/l lentene = Avitene® Microfibrillar Collagen Hemostat (MCH) is used in surgical
Complete thread -- UC maybe "uncuffed" uncuffed catheter (UC)
Complete thread -- can't imagine why not, lol :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. I sent with a blank. ...
Complete thread -- next week's blood work
Complete thread -- myelin maybe?
Complete thread -- Preadmission testing?
Complete thread -- PATs = preadmission testing
Complete thread -- Well, that was one spelling I didn't check (or think of)! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Luque
Complete thread -- After listening over and over it s/l mylean?? This is an ESL doc. ...
Complete thread -- placed a *loo-key* wire around the femur... Please
Complete thread -- is it amylase and lipase?
Complete thread -- maybe she had fresh-frozen plasma at one time and had a reaction? I'd flag.
Complete thread -- ALL, necrotizing pancreatitis, pseudocyst
Complete thread -- FiberWire?
Complete thread -- PATs?
Complete thread -- Vicryl?
Complete thread -- other PMH-
Complete thread -- Allergies include *FFP* which yields a rash- FFP? any ideas if this could be right?
Complete thread -- sphericity
Complete thread -- Type of sutures. S/L fi-vor sutures. SM.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- II, III, and F (they are leads)
Complete thread -- EKG help
Complete thread -- MRI help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. I'm going to flag because I've found one hit
Complete thread -- Maybe saying "use C-line (as in central line) for dialysis?"
Complete thread -- I would think 6 mL myself
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- what is a UC line for dialysis?
Complete thread -- Infiltrated shoulder joint with *6* (60??) mL of saline...
Complete thread -- thank you... you are correct :)
Complete thread -- Thanks! So it looks like 3 items there? (Please sm)
Complete thread -- the answer is dysthymia
Complete thread -- not sure...because it really the "prime" in it. *sigh*
Complete thread -- yes to Celexa 20 mg daily.
Complete thread -- neurosurgery (clot evacuation) s/l lentene pls sm
Complete thread -- just some FYI
Complete thread -- The procedures done as listed inside (may be of help?)... please sm
Complete thread -- We're to list/number all diagnoses whether or not doc does. I can't figure
Complete thread -- #1 dysthymia?
Complete thread -- #2 may be Celexa 20 mg daily
Complete thread -- large caliber
Complete thread -- 1st blank s/l dys-prine-ia 2nd blank s/l flexus
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Do you put a comma between a biz name and LLC, i.e., Shadco, LLC?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!! :)
Complete thread -- inordinate?
Complete thread -- WAG ~ collateral vessel?
Complete thread -- I MISSED THIS BOARD TOO!! I tried MTstars and was not impressed at all
Complete thread -- s/l in-or-gate ?
Complete thread -- Left main coronary artery is a large**coli-mouth**vessel, free of significant disea
Complete thread -- Yes, this doctor specifically wants cc. But thank you.
Complete thread -- ...2200 mL; 1400 mL was removed... flanks, and 800 mL was...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Just me, but I would use a semi-colon after 2200 cc; 1400 cc...
Complete thread -- Extremely picky doctor.
Complete thread -- Found a source...see link...going with 8.0
Complete thread -- 80 mm and 8.0 cm would be the same, however!
Complete thread -- I also see 8.0 cm! Sheesh!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, MT50!
Complete thread -- 80 (mm)
Complete thread -- I don't think it would be 8-0, but he definitely says "eight oh."
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation. I think he is saying "overall tolerated well" and stumbling
Complete thread -- Thanks much! Already flagged/sent but will put in database.
Complete thread -- Doc says two 8-0 nasal trumpets. I see them sized as French, so 8-0 or 80?
Complete thread -- LOL! It sure is. I think it is generic. The patient won't suffer if it is a brand! Tx!
Complete thread -- Crazy site, but this shows recon plate
Complete thread -- maybe hear "tolerated that well" in there....
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- border
Complete thread -- status post left hip replacement and right hip ORIF
Complete thread -- Thanks. I saw that, but it was for a power device. I didn't see anything for plate.
Complete thread -- Her dose of Diflucan was 400 mg _______________. In September,...
Complete thread -- You know, I went on Synthes site for the US and they do show RECON as one of their systems
Complete thread -- Thanks. I find that it is referred to as "SYNTHES RECON" on websites, so I don't know.
Complete thread -- I can only find "reconstruction" so for me would be slang
Complete thread -- AxSOS?
Complete thread -- Thank you. Couldn't get back in yesterday.
Complete thread -- Ortho s/l *atho* #8 plate
Complete thread -- Synthes 2.0 "recon" plate used for fixation. Is recon brand or slang-reconstruction.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- upstroke
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- scale down
Complete thread -- Klebsiella?
Complete thread -- S/L--gripsilla??
Complete thread -- that sounds really good. Thank you Oasis and MT50 for really putting yourself out
Complete thread -- Another guess... laryngeal advance scar stenosis?
Complete thread -- laryngeal papillomatosis?
Complete thread -- Might be urachal?
Complete thread -- I googled "types of laryngeal stenosis" and there are tons of sites with info, but
Complete thread -- thanks. I tried googling "Laryngeal *tis stenosis" but got no results any ideas
Complete thread -- There is definitely a word in there and not a stutter, sounds like it ends with "...stus"
Complete thread -- good point, I will upload a WAV, Thanks mt50
Complete thread -- Could the dictator be stuttering over the word stenosis before repeating it again or is
Complete thread -- Is that the exact sentence or is there something before and after?
Complete thread -- s/l Wheeland Chyatt procedure . orthopedic surgery on upper extremity ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I don't see it there. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- thank you for your help. I will wait to see if anyone else can get it.
Complete thread -- type *cyst into onelook above and check out all the suggestions
Complete thread -- midline, xxxxx, supraumbilical region (can't quite get the first one)
Complete thread -- laryngeal ___(stavit) stenosis and was stented
Complete thread -- s/l care-uh-col cyst TIA!
Complete thread -- tenderness to palpation in the midline, _____ umbilical region.
Complete thread -- Yes. Really sounds like it. You really are good. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you. I uploaded a new wav so that the first medication could be heard clearer
Complete thread -- tacrolimus? for the first one
Complete thread -- 100% exactly. You are amazing.
Complete thread -- Senna q.a.m.
Complete thread -- Can you hear cachectic instead?
Complete thread -- This gentleman is thin and "protective". Would protective or protected make sense in
Complete thread -- oh, billybob. Thank you so much. I hear fleet enema now, but I do not hear
Complete thread -- depends on exact context. if as above, "He says he had to scale down his activities."
Complete thread -- Prilosec PRN, Fleet enema PRN...
Complete thread -- please help with WAV. Thank you.
Complete thread -- ?nuchal cord
Complete thread -- "scaled down" makes sense.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- hepatorenal? would match hemodialysis.
Complete thread -- patient suffers from s/l "paddle vidal" or "patovitel" syndrome and is onhemodialysis
Complete thread -- palpitation evaluation. He says he had to "*scaled* down his activities" help
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- SPECIMENS: 1. Omentum. 2. _____ cord. 3. Placenta. ...
Complete thread -- likely matchstick is ok, sm close as I could find
Complete thread -- C5, 6, 7, T1, posterior instrumented fusion. sm Need help on 2 s/l.
Complete thread -- suggest 50,000 to 100,000.
Complete thread -- Are you sure "rejection" isn't "infection"?
Complete thread -- ah... Neisseria
Complete thread -- Bronchial cultures showed 50-100,000 CFU ___________ . (pls see msg)
Complete thread -- Never mind. It's in the dictionary. lol. Not public, though.
Complete thread -- I should know this, but would it be "ladies' room"
Complete thread -- Thank you..
Complete thread -- ? perhaps dictator means...
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Yes thanks! I missed it greatly.
Complete thread -- Never mind, sent with blank!
Complete thread -- Elderly patient w/stroke. Code status changed to s/l AND (A&E)?
Complete thread -- agree - I would have never gotten course out of s/l "C"
Complete thread -- So happy to see the board back up! Thank you, billybob!
Complete thread -- coarse and C do not sound alike
Complete thread -- yes, and thanks I did get it figured out, coarse inspiratory...
Complete thread -- it just sounds like the letter C?
Complete thread -- Never trust a doc's spelling. See that that med is for, does it match up with (sm)
Complete thread -- Absolutely! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Word help c? respiratory rhonchi at both lower lobes
Complete thread -- can't get your blank but it starts "This pain is located in the" and agree with flank.
Complete thread -- agree with flank for 2nd. First one, I hear something xiphoid region.
Complete thread -- but fgjjgj, how can I know for sure? She spells it out just like I wrote it.
Complete thread -- listening again, I think second blank is flank
Complete thread -- sorry. I uploaded it again.
Complete thread -- No .wav yet.
Complete thread -- and if that is the med, never trust a doctor's spelling.
Complete thread -- Rapamune
Complete thread -- stool softener?
Complete thread -- The patient denies any constipation or diarrhea and uses a s/l "stool buffeter"
Complete thread -- It is located at the ____region radiating to the bilateral ___ region
Complete thread -- doctor spells out the medication REP immune in this context, but I cant find it as a
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- lumbar spinous processes???
Complete thread -- sorry got it, "went up" blonde moment, sorry thank you!
Complete thread -- he had significant bleeding when he became vitamin K deficient and his INR ?????? 11.
Complete thread -- palpation of the thoracic and lumbar spine and ____ area.
Complete thread -- Bistack External fixator
Complete thread -- yup I hear ileal
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- does anyone hear aphthous ileal ulcers?
Complete thread -- aphthous stomach ulcers?
Complete thread -- past seven years. He had a couple of small ?????????.
Complete thread -- help with sentence re lupus lab
Complete thread -- All I really hear is "period" (punctuation)?
Complete thread -- Thanks! Glad to know.
Complete thread -- sent in.
Complete thread -- ?preemie, ? premature
Complete thread -- PPROM - got it - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- It sounds like P. Pee or an abbreviation?
Complete thread -- Questioning the P. Patient with the flu. G6, P1-1-3-2, admitted at 27-5/7 weeks
Complete thread -- check out "bottom surgery"
Complete thread -- We then, with a scalpel, created a large anterior lacrimal sac flap. _____ sm
Complete thread -- yep. Problems with the plumbing system are known collectively as coronary artery disease.
Complete thread -- I'll second that!!!
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you, BillyBob.
Complete thread -- see msg please "plumbing?"
Complete thread -- OMG, I am a complete dummy! thanks
Complete thread -- incise?
Complete thread -- I discussed the fact that we would attempt to perform a simple sling incision. This
Complete thread -- Thank you Billybob for all you do.
Complete thread -- the archives are there, the index will be in a while SM
Complete thread -- Very glad to see the board is back, but the archives is what I used nearly every day
Complete thread -- gender reassignment: *autumn* or *otom* surgery?
Complete thread -- Got it - Jako
Complete thread -- removal of vocal cord polyp - instrument s/l yako anterior commisure laryngocospe
Complete thread -- got it. Tx
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- torque=twist action
Complete thread -- appendectomy
Complete thread -- okay, so I guess it is "caused Steven to torque". Thank you and here is what they were do
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Bilateral total knee replacement and _____.
Complete thread -- almost sounds like torque, to me. What exactly were these people doing?
Complete thread -- this caused Steven to ___(twerk, tore, turn) to the right-hand side
Complete thread -- Assuming this is for gout (?), rasburicase is an alternative to allopurinol.
Complete thread -- "a layer of fat found in the hip joint."
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought I heard too, but was not sure.
Complete thread -- diabetic foot (something else?).
Complete thread -- ?????
Complete thread -- sm, list of diagnoses.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks Billybob
Complete thread -- pulvinar.
Complete thread -- it is 28-mm femoral head (one manufacturer writes Ø28).
Complete thread -- The +028 mm femoral head with a 44 mm bipolar trial component was placed. He does sm
Complete thread -- The femoral head was removed using the corkscrew. s/l Pulmon-are was debrided
Complete thread -- We cannot combine allopurinol and Treanda. Instead, I will give her s/l estoracase?
Complete thread -- Thank God the board is up again. Thank you, Billybob. sm
Complete thread -- wav file didn't post, as I missed that program; should be working now.
Complete thread -- To view this page best when running Firefox, download Add-on "IE2"
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- having trouble with sound, but obviously platelet count...
Complete thread -- wav posted. White count is normal at 6,000. (6,100?) His ____ is normal at 251,000
Complete thread -- I would have done the same... just sooooo thrilled you're back! ;)
Complete thread -- I recognize it as being incorrect, but not when I'm typing it (apparently.) lol
Complete thread -- I'm always tripped up on "your" and "you're." I know the difference, it's just typing it.
Complete thread -- you're even
Complete thread -- Yessss, your back!!! Thank you Billybob!
Complete thread -- FDA= new LAA(left atrial appendage closure procedure Lariat
Complete thread -- the archives are accessible SM
Complete thread -- Will the archives be back as well?
Complete thread -- hoooo ray-yy - it's up
Complete thread -- Oh, how I have missed this board!
Complete thread -- you're welcome!
Complete thread -- thanks BB
Complete thread -- does reply work?
Complete thread -- is it working?
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Complete thread -- It can't get much simpler than googling, well, unless you have someone else
Complete thread -- tx and I had to blank it out...sometimes simple things also seem hard
Complete thread -- I typed spectokor monitor in google and got a hint for Spectocor
Complete thread -- who can help on this, please?
Complete thread -- He returns with his s/l spectokor 30-day monitor.
Complete thread -- try drugs.com wildcard search with *codone
Complete thread -- He had been using s/l cytocodone but does not use a laxative.
Complete thread -- thank you all :)
Complete thread -- thanks for correcting trienlage to trilineage
Complete thread -- yes, trilineage
Complete thread -- listen for: extramedullary hematopoiesis
Complete thread -- a lot!
Complete thread -- WAG: conspicuously-maturing myeloid-predominant tri-enlage hematopoiesis. (ck my sp)
Complete thread -- It showed active progressive conspiciously maturing myeloid predominant sm
Complete thread -- x3
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- by me, yes, apostrophe after s. (Awaiting opinions of others...)
Complete thread -- This gave her only a couple of days relief
Complete thread -- I like! :-) ! (Hidey, fgjjgj!:-)
Complete thread -- WAG - maybe subcallosal lateral intraparietal (LIP) ???
Complete thread -- Subcallosal cingulate?
Complete thread -- Way wag, though, sez Mgt, aka inibkg
Complete thread -- to me, "lip" meaning "margin" makes best sense, blood supply at margin=favorable finding??
Complete thread -- subcallosal "lip" or "lid" ?
Complete thread -- yes!
Complete thread -- A saucerization scar?
Complete thread -- Preceding sentence
Complete thread -- please give preceding sentence
Complete thread -- dermatology help
Complete thread -- s/l dehenalized blood may be ?? hyalinized blood vessels
Complete thread -- s/l peter pedis may be Peters plus (syndrome)
Complete thread -- sclerotic, ?? ischemic area (lack of good blood supply to area?
Complete thread -- Lives with family. Can't get the 2nd one. sorry i'm late.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Manual vacuum aspiration (MVA)
Complete thread -- or drug use. _____ family, no recent _____ or
Complete thread -- s/l MBA or NBA (for elective abortion) - cannot document?
Complete thread -- Yep! That's it!
Complete thread -- Perhaps! Will listen and research a bit. Ty! It was driving me crazy! :)
Complete thread -- (I like! :-)
Complete thread -- learning EKG lead names sm
Complete thread -- sclerotic crescentic area?
Complete thread -- No, he's clear. I just don't know the word. Sclerotic S/l crust-antic area.
Complete thread -- maybe something like greater trochanteric area?
Complete thread -- didn't listen - serial cardiac enzymes, serial cardiac markers
Complete thread -- X-rays show avascular necrosis of hip w/ sclerotic s/l crisanthic area.
Complete thread -- http://www.iritis.co.uk/what_does_the_ophthalmologist.htm
Complete thread -- without any cell or flare.
Complete thread -- Blanked. Thanks
Complete thread -- I can pull it up but he slurs so bad. sorry
Complete thread -- new drug Xeljanz (generic tofacitinib) rheumatoid arthritis
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. It was just so clear I went ahead and flagged. I did find A/B
Complete thread -- I'll take guesses. He is slurring like crazy.
Complete thread -- between the stroma and endothelium. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- The second part is endothelium. can anyone get the first amostroma?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm probably going to have to blank this.
Complete thread -- same ophth as below
Complete thread -- I'm unable to call up your mp3. Are you sure it posted without a snag?
Complete thread -- ??due to the hemolyzed blood....???
Complete thread -- I think he is saying dehemolyzed, but I can't make sense out of it.
Complete thread -- Same ophth as below. s/l dehenalized blood
Complete thread -- how about "vital signs are stable"
Complete thread -- Cornea is normal with s/l amystroma anuthium. AC is deep without
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- The patient has a past history ____ of stroke.
Complete thread -- above you have IDTP antigen for IgM - so can this be IDTP antigen for the coccidiosis too?
Complete thread -- perhaps- minimal scarring on the "length" of the left base
Complete thread -- leads I, II, V3 through... (leads are Roman)
Complete thread -- encapsulated
Complete thread -- capsule loops?
Complete thread -- Mp3
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- AB2TP antigen? AB to TP antigen? Sounds clear but can't confirm.
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- 2. If she receives a CHADS2 score of greater than 2, consideration should be given to
Complete thread -- h.s. is listed on the dangerous abbreviation list and we use "nightly" -
Complete thread -- Help again!
Complete thread -- If dictated h.s., do I put it in or transcribe as bedtime?
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- Thanks. I put in right sides though I think the words are wrong- I hear it plural, and
Complete thread -- I vote for end of first sentence.
Complete thread -- Not sure if "as well" belongs to this sentence or begining of next.
Complete thread -- Orthopedics
Complete thread -- might be "lateral left base" where you have leg of the...
Complete thread -- still previous wav
Complete thread -- Editing help pls.
Complete thread -- Got some... any ideas on others.
Complete thread -- multiple ?S
Complete thread -- 1) in her usual state of health? 2) Next paragraph - Further,?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. Googled it, sounds good. ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- last blank "was in no distress"
Complete thread -- google venous ultrasound augmentation
Complete thread -- pls help....
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- fixed
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Questioning "augmentation". Please edit.
Complete thread -- Her lid fissures with her brow _____ were depressed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think it is fine the way it is, see no need to cap anything other than what you have.
Complete thread -- s/l "omniturn"
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- I think it's aesthetic.
Complete thread -- ridge?
Complete thread -- Still unclear about what to cap in a recommendation letter. Does a/t here need caps?
Complete thread -- ? without incident
Complete thread -- s/l studick surgery fellowship
Complete thread -- She came to the emergency room and was evaluated. She was found to have a white count
Complete thread -- ? cauterization
Complete thread -- s/l brow fix
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- s/l..cul-vu-la-say-shun of endometrial implants...sm
Complete thread -- I thought I heard more of a "Sagund-let"-type lesion? odd word.
Complete thread -- Segond?
Complete thread -- Ortho note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- Schedule for PCC ___ [DATE] in 4 months of SMA-7, CBC, thyroid profile, and **omiturn
Complete thread -- milliliter is more like liquid, millimeter equals length
Complete thread -- Already done. Please try to keep up.
Complete thread -- oozing lightly __the NG tube?
Complete thread -- give us the full sentence, as well as sentences before and after
Complete thread -- never mind - I see I'm way late in looking at this
Complete thread -- can you give us a bit more at the beginning of your mp3 - hard to catch at the beginning
Complete thread -- milliliters sounds like millimeters.
Complete thread -- Thinking I should flag this measurement...wanted to double check here
Complete thread -- Her pharynx was oozing _____ per the NG tube.
Complete thread -- increased density, maybe. however, with all these, we are all guessing, since we can't
Complete thread -- could be healed..unchanged, stable.
Complete thread -- ugh, got it backwards. "able to see"
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- just means blood flow hard to "see" because of muscle in the way
Complete thread -- "(some stabled?) scarring" (just means "old"(stable), not new thus not healed
Complete thread -- increased "depth" right base..... inspiratory s/l faze= phase adequate
Complete thread -- above in the boxes, says "send/listen to" either .wav or mp3
Complete thread -- How do I post a sound file?
Complete thread -- ty, hard is a possibility but I don't hear calcification.
Complete thread -- The "heart" might be "hard" - maybe hard calcification?
Complete thread -- Makes sense. There is also the "external bumper"
Complete thread -- ty! thats definitely an option.
Complete thread -- Maybe right base's wall--as in, the wall of the right base?
Complete thread -- I don't hear echo it s/l dents. also hear baSIS wall clearly not basilar. anything else?
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- HISTORY: Leg pain. TECHNIQUE: Graded compression and Doppler interrogation were used to
Complete thread -- Makes sense. There is also the "external bumper"
Complete thread -- what kind of test and what part of the body is this?
Complete thread -- increased echo maybe. basis wall doesn't sound right. right basilar wall maybe?
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Flow was visualized through the venous muscles. No thrombus visualized.
Complete thread -- Yeah, comparable.
Complete thread -- MD says s/l Comp ri hible . Does he mean comparable?
Complete thread -- Patient (faze?) adequate inspiratory effort. Again seen is substantial amount of
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- The old mp is still
Complete thread -- ugh, thnk you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- done and the tube’s *internal ring* position was
Complete thread -- Her pharynx was oozing _____ per the NG tube.
Complete thread -- Fine coordination is slightly "impaired" (not pale)
Complete thread -- The patient was seen SEVERAL hours ago. (nevermind, period.)
Complete thread -- stand, transfer, ambulate with assistance. He is a big person but still requires ...
Complete thread -- maybe ??said wire guide dilation. wire & guidewire used interchangeably
Complete thread -- maybe meant ? artery instead of muscle. right colic, and middle colic arteries
Complete thread -- Esophagogastroduodenoscopy and *wire gut* dilatation.
Complete thread -- I immobilized the distal ileum also. I took the right (s/l colic) muscles at the
Complete thread -- never mind. I think my word is adhesions.
Complete thread -- A midline incision was used to explore the abdominal cavity. There were a number of
Complete thread -- transfer ambulates with assistance. __________ still requires assistance
Complete thread -- The patient was seen febrile hours ago. ____
Complete thread -- Ortho note
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty. Flow was visualized through the venous muscles?
Complete thread -- visualized through the venous muscles does not make sense.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- INDICATION: Shortness of breath. Frontal (and lateral) views are compared to a prior
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- AdaBee, consider "simv mode, on 35% (O2, understood,)" rather than "one thirty-five%"
Complete thread -- s/l tom likely "no thrombus visualized"
Complete thread -- shortness of breath
Complete thread -- do you have the reason for the test?
Complete thread -- thank you. thought so just making sure. More stumped on last 2 questions.
Complete thread -- something popliteal fossa ?
Complete thread -- common femoral vein
Complete thread -- TECHNIQUE: Graded compression and Doppler interrogation were used to evaluate the
Complete thread -- Sounds good. Thank you!
Complete thread -- metaphyseal?
Complete thread -- Less intense bone marrow edema is present in the [more] proximal talus diffusely,
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ankle mortise something or other. what is 'corelition?
Complete thread -- OSTEOARTICULAR STRUCTURES: No efussion, OCD lesion, loose body, 'corelition, or
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- medication (used) per anesthesia.
Complete thread -- The patient’s toleration of procedure was excellent, _____ per anesthe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I think she's saying "toleration of procedure was excellent," then something else was
Complete thread -- The patient tolerated the procedure with excellent _____. ...
Complete thread -- many thanks. ...
Complete thread -- it is a drug name. don't think cephalad would be it. ...
Complete thread -- cefotetan 2 grams.
Complete thread -- not sure. ...
Complete thread -- cephalad?
Complete thread -- Spinal anesthesia was adequately established and prophylactic ____T10 ...
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Complete thread -- postcoital
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: Postmenopausal bleeding _____ bleeding. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think he said "she had no" and then corrected to "she was"
Complete thread -- Ortho note
Complete thread -- endovenous ablation?
Complete thread -- venous ablation?
Complete thread -- 1. Dilated loops? 2. The osseous structures? 3. Venous and arterial catheters are?
Complete thread -- Surgery
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: An endotracheal tube is noted at the T2 level. An umbilical venous catheter
Complete thread -- I knew it was something like that but just couldn't think of it. Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- I appreciate that. ...
Complete thread -- It sure sounds like it, thanks~
Complete thread -- It sure sounds like it, thanks~\
Complete thread -- Gomco (suction device)
Complete thread -- pain improved and nausea improved with NG tube insertion s/l "with a low gungko"
Complete thread -- also assist with bringing wedge behind if need to sit. (???)
Complete thread -- usually TA-55
Complete thread -- I used a ?'t55 stapler' to come across the colon. ...
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like rent.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- *excretion* not secretion
Complete thread -- Hyperthyroidism causes excess secretion of calcium, so you need to take more calcium.
Complete thread -- calcium dose, hyperthyroidism - I just can't get the next one.
Complete thread -- With regard to ????? hyperthyroidism ???? Graves disease,
Complete thread -- oops, 2. level where the ...
Complete thread -- 2. where the skin flaps 3. an occlusive s.m.
Complete thread -- a few blanks
Complete thread -- "peaceful"holiday season to all.Give a smile, give an emotional lift
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Complete thread -- I hear inflammation too.
Complete thread -- I thought inflammation but who knows with this guy.
Complete thread -- I listened and am not sure he is repeating dehydration or if its something else. sorry
Complete thread -- with dehydration, ________. Her white count is normal
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- of her sleeping pills
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- Thanks all
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- I added a WAV.
Complete thread -- social history: She works as a nurse on "gadnon 3" at the Medical Center.
Complete thread -- Same here. If it's a mic near the speaker, needs to be placed closer.
Complete thread -- thank you for trying
Complete thread -- s/b barely hear
Complete thread -- I have sound all the way up and can barely here. I don't hear
Complete thread -- sorry, typed the message again above
Complete thread -- It has failed to improve. ____ MRI reveals a moderate right ____disc osteophyte
Complete thread -- It has failed to improve.
Complete thread -- the patient took a trip on the "Dengi river" (says in Vietnam, but then corrects hims
Complete thread -- He's just a doctor. That's what MTs are for, to correct their dictation.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- got it - she is saying raw score
Complete thread -- VAS scale?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Not sure why he kept using both as a noun in the report, but then again he
Complete thread -- mean the same thing - prosthetic - adjective, prosthesis - noun
Complete thread -- I thought he was correcting prosthetic to prosthesis, but says both in operation.
Complete thread -- She underwent a Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale and her _______ was 42 and her SDS
Complete thread -- nmind
Complete thread -- Is talotarsal a word? Having a hard time documenting.
Complete thread -- I didn't use quotes either.
Complete thread -- You did? I didn't but I put mine in quotes. Ohh, I think maybe he just skipped sm
Complete thread -- I Googled simv mode 135% and see a few hits. Its different on every patient, I'm sure,
Complete thread -- Oop! Sorry, it's the 135% that I'm questioning. Thx! nm
Complete thread -- She is on a ventilator, SIMV mode, 135%, tolerating well via tracheostomy. sm
Complete thread -- I don't think there's a whole hill of beans difference. I'd type it as she says it.
Complete thread -- any comments, opinions, anything???
Complete thread -- Is there a diffence between AICD and ICD? She starts off dictating about an AICD tha
Complete thread -- thank you, fgjjgj.
Complete thread -- s/l prasugrel to me.
Complete thread -- carvedilol, ramipril, aspirin, ___, colesevelam, rosuvastatin and Trilipix.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help :) ...
Complete thread -- She is saying seasonal IV IgG ...
Complete thread -- (usually they say IVIG - intravenous immunoglobulin)
Complete thread -- recent ?
Complete thread -- Recurrent upper respiratory tract infections on s/l season? IV IgG. ...
Complete thread -- You most certainly did, thank you!
Complete thread -- he kinda slurred the first word but when i heard evoked potential, i figured it out. Glad
Complete thread -- but, i heard "decrease" - which is why i put the (huh??)
Complete thread -- I'd add it, but I've never had verbatim account.
Complete thread -- OMG, you're a lifesaver. I searched and searched and come nowhere close that. TY! TY!
Complete thread -- decreasing blood pressure decreases blood flow.
Complete thread -- BTW, his "normal" reports, he always says the cystoscope was removed.
Complete thread -- I did punctuate on the report, just not here. wanted to see what people thought.
Complete thread -- after she plays with her front and stool: makes no sense
Complete thread -- somatosensory-evoked potential (which is an SSEP)
Complete thread -- Patient is working as a ____ technician in the operating room
Complete thread -- rifaximin is the generic. Unfortunately, doesn't really s/l either but I bet he's
Complete thread -- you have some punctuation and context problems.
Complete thread -- As MTs we never edit the "dictator's voice"
Complete thread -- do not add words! punctuate.
Complete thread -- Xifaxan 550 would fit for the hepatic encephalopathy?
Complete thread -- I didn't put punctuation in, but want to see if anyone else would add a word in here.
Complete thread -- I heard 550 mg
Complete thread -- decrease the blood pressure, increase blood flow
Complete thread -- I hear 560 mg but that's about it. Sorry
Complete thread -- I think in context it is increase as they need to increase blood flow, yeah?
Complete thread -- LOL. You hear decrease, huh? Only thing I didn't do prior to post
Complete thread -- flow by decreasing/liberating blood pressure .. (huh?) (blow your nose, Drac!)
Complete thread -- does fits Naproxen but he sure is not saying that. I think he's mispronouncing something.
Complete thread -- consideration could be increase blood flow ___ increasing _____ blood pressure to 140
Complete thread -- or fiberoptic proctoscopy?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- fiberoptic proctosigmoidoscopy, but I wouldn't guess unless it fits.
Complete thread -- what is fiberoptic "procto" Thank you.
Complete thread -- four times a day, _____ mg twice a day, mag oxide, Singulair,
Complete thread -- then.
Complete thread -- Dictator seems to be changing mind some in last sentence, doesn't make sense as is.
Complete thread -- pica
Complete thread -- child with tonsillitis and possibly "pie-ca" ... sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- something Commission, Nassau County (Florida or New York).
Complete thread -- Employment: Retired _____ county. ...
Complete thread -- bruit, not bruits, since you have "an" in front of it.
Complete thread -- Yes, you can hear a "bruit." Sometimes they feel for a "thrill"
Complete thread -- yes, "was" helped
Complete thread -- has left upper extremity fistula with an excellent * bruits
Complete thread -- has left upper extremity fistula with an excellent * bruits ...
Complete thread -- has left upper extremity fistula with an excellent bruits
Complete thread -- has left upper extremity fistula with an excellent ...
Complete thread -- Thank you! It was driving me crazy.
Complete thread -- (not sure, but I think it is a type of "Polish" dish. potatoes/cheese/onion (or whatever)
Complete thread -- omgoodness...my mom makes them homemade and they are to die for. pierogies.
Complete thread -- his mother had been standing for some time, making s/l perogies
Complete thread -- (oh, and it had it as class V - Roman numerals)
Complete thread -- probably, but I would flag it. I've had 'em say this before in the abd exam.
Complete thread -- colon cancer status post left lower "lobe" colostomy. Does he mean
Complete thread -- late, but I found Muller AO classification. ?
Complete thread -- Oops, found it now in archives searching another way! So NM.
Complete thread -- Did I type correctly (sm): A *twelve one thousandths of an inch* split-thickness...
Complete thread -- actually walks without any pain ?
Complete thread -- Flagging. Short note and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Same pt and doc as post below. Given a *may-dorah-class figh.* Please
Complete thread -- The patient *acts ah low ooth* without any pain. Please sm for
Complete thread -- very close to *intercede,* so I googled in context and did get
Complete thread -- invaded?
Complete thread -- all I can think of is inteverted or interrupted (a guess)
Complete thread -- what word goes here?
Complete thread -- forgot this "alleviate pain and improve impairments associated with hip disorders"
Complete thread -- I think short-speak "alleviation (of pain)" (understood(to him/her) or unable to hear it)
Complete thread -- DKA = diabetic ketoacidosis (the clue "been on insulin")
Complete thread -- Coding for excision of skin lesions
Complete thread -- I think she says "full stop" after lost weight. I guess those Aussie? dictators like to
Complete thread -- This surgeon actually practices in the Philly area, making it even more likely it's a
Complete thread -- and anorectic and he has lost (weight postop?) I think that there is progression...
Complete thread -- I think that there is this progression) of his tumour which is causing the systemic e
Complete thread -- Thanks, Jeannine! :-) Have warm, happy holidays with your family! ;-)
Complete thread -- See message for more info.
Complete thread -- From Wikipedia re early ped surg career of Koop. (Go with what your doc dictated, spelled)
Complete thread -- If doc was CLEAR, and he SPELLED, then I would give it to him, even though SM
Complete thread -- Not immed confirming. Koop primarily endorsed the Heimlich maneuver....I give up.
Complete thread -- I will research, because former Surgeon General C Everett Koop was a pediatric or general
Complete thread -- wondering,...sputum stick occult blood determinations were showing... SM
Complete thread -- She was 911'ed to the ER. Oh my, never heard that before.
Complete thread -- Can anyone document a "Koop" maneuver for herniorrhaphy? Extremely clear and spells
Complete thread -- Never mind. Thinks he answers that question in the procedure.
Complete thread -- Not sure why he says 0.25 mm in pre and post op diagnoses and 7 cm defect in
Complete thread -- YES! I am tired and it just sounded like gibberish to me! Almost done. Thank you!
Complete thread -- log roll?
Complete thread -- Hip exam: She has a positive ____ and positive Stinchfield (s/l Luberall). tx!
Complete thread -- Yes but I think she has worded it strangely. thanks
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me. sometimes eating takes away my belly pains.
Complete thread -- admits to some abdominal pain and nausea this morning that "helped" with eating
Complete thread -- opened the length of
Complete thread -- I can't think of a single thing that goes with a 2-hour anything after a CT scan.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Not sure if doc is self-correcting or elaborating. Please sm. Pulmonary
Complete thread -- base of the infundibulum?
Complete thread -- some type of glucose monitoring machine, maybe a brand name?
Complete thread -- insurance?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I think it's something "length of the skin incision" Thanks. Will flag.
Complete thread -- thx for looking. ...
Complete thread -- Gallbladder surgery. We got down to *bale-bee-ins-fundibulum.* We could not....
Complete thread -- He states that he has not been checking his fingersticks recently as the strips (SM)
Complete thread -- D and C
Complete thread -- It's calcific! Thank you, anyway!
Complete thread -- I can't believe I can't understand what the doctor is saying.
Complete thread -- Oops, I think that should be sharply "incised" not excised!
Complete thread -- The linea alba was visualized and sharply incised s/l "doble up" the skin incision.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- wow, awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- I've not heard it put that way but there is a PPD protein.
Complete thread -- Allergy to PPD *protein* and penicillin. I think this is okay and am
Complete thread -- per AAMT BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- schistosomes and schistosomal (would you cap these)?
Complete thread -- omg, you are so right! Thank you!
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- I thought of inguinal too, but couldn't quite hear that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Pt with anal dysplasia. Area of growth in the left *seal* quadrant excised.
Complete thread -- supraclavicular?
Complete thread -- inguinal
Complete thread -- Blank on breast exam. WAV posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- The patient is status post total hip arthroplasty
Complete thread -- Isn't he just saying also associated "with" water brash?
Complete thread -- There is also associated (???) water brash.
Complete thread -- Sputum *stick occults* were showing (mumble). Doc is whispering entire
Complete thread -- Would 'unilateral' make sense? Will post wav as soon as other post is answered.
Complete thread -- Bariatric?
Complete thread -- INhomogenicity
Complete thread -- pathology report had shown ????? disease for the leg lesion and multifocal BCC for t
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- listen for ferrous sulfate
Complete thread -- 50-year-old female status post MVA
Complete thread -- see if anything here fits
Complete thread -- remains with good appetite. s/l heartburn-type symptoms to me.
Complete thread -- She remains in good appetite with no weight loss. She has had no ???? symptoms
Complete thread -- s/l...high-fee tendon of the foot...sm
Complete thread -- Why is it so clear now
Complete thread -- thanks... tried hearing something like that but couldn't!
Complete thread -- right worse than left
Complete thread -- losing my mind... it's there now
Complete thread -- Wave not there yet
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Did dictator say "one-hundred sixty?" If so it might be 100/60, but if dictator said
Complete thread -- They both have chronic venous changes, right _____ than left. There is some edema an
Complete thread -- only says blood pressure 160 - is this ok or am I miss hearing it
Complete thread -- This had a French spelling - not at all what I was doing - dis ending
Complete thread -- funny, we have a local doc with the same last name and a lot of the docs pronounce s.m.
Complete thread -- What a strange fluke. I pended that report. Two reports later, there was a patient name
Complete thread -- Sorry. She is in Winterport Maine. This psychiatrist is in Bangor, Brewer area.
Complete thread -- wav file, therapist name? Thanks.
Complete thread -- think i got it
Complete thread -- reflux. _____ before.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- she will leave it open to air, or cover with an ACE bandage.
Complete thread -- Is it strange both would be said... open to *air or cover*
Complete thread -- thank you. I tried pituitary, but did not find it. I guess that it is
Complete thread -- optic chiasm
Complete thread -- I am looking for a word that sounds like "optic eye asm or opticiasm", but cant find
Complete thread -- No palpable masses.
Complete thread -- I'm so sorry. I posted over your file.
Complete thread -- Shows soft abdomen and nondistended bladder ______.
Complete thread -- no encroachment upon the ___ and no findings to suggest the presence of a mass
Complete thread -- automotive technology.
Complete thread -- You are brilliant , billybob
Complete thread -- He studies s/l outma with technology and science.
Complete thread -- every 50 grams of glucose over 150 (1 for 150, 2 for 200, 3 for 250).
Complete thread -- Is she correcting herself? Or is that what she means to say? Can you please liste
Complete thread -- Just checked it up on google.
Complete thread -- Thank you billybob and nm. What is DKA?
Complete thread -- thereon?
Complete thread -- (1) in DKA
Complete thread -- please help with WAV.
Complete thread -- unable to feel a ridge makes sense.
Complete thread -- s/l "BARRICK" RESPIRATORY CLEARANCE PHYSICAL ...
Complete thread -- limiting dyspnea!
Complete thread -- scarred ulcer measuring about 1.5 cm with a s/l "reege" (like Regis Philbin)
Complete thread -- wheezing or dyspnea?
Complete thread -- He has no symptoms of s/l with-ering dyspnea.
Complete thread -- heterogeneity.
Complete thread -- homogenicity
Complete thread -- Her uterus showed anterior wall s/l inhomogenecity. help with spelling pls.
Complete thread -- It was coiling.
Complete thread -- Operations: The patient has had percutaneous s/l "clotting" of an intracranial
Complete thread -- oh....duh... lol ty
Complete thread -- path(ology)?
Complete thread -- his "bath" from 28, 32 cm came back positive for Barrett's and at 30 cm came back
Complete thread -- oops, left out letter rosuvastatin.
Complete thread -- dictator giving the brand Crestor & then generic (rosuvastin) (same drug)
Complete thread -- Thank you both! ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "net" but unfamiliar.
Complete thread -- I agree. Also they usually say "irregularly irregular"
Complete thread -- it would be regular - and if you get to the diagnosis and the patient has
Complete thread -- He has no palpable anterior, posterior cervical lymphadenopathy, axill ...
Complete thread -- with non-blanching erythema. The tip itself is viable with ___(matt)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- osseous
Complete thread -- ok, thx ...
Complete thread -- recurrent?
Complete thread -- The pain is s/l re cum in to her times.
Complete thread -- Thanks for this information. Appreciate it! (I'm going to flag whole/hole
Complete thread -- maybe started to say Crestor and ended with rosuvastatin.
Complete thread -- 1. Digoxin. 2. Lasix. 3. Zyloprim. 4. Carvedilol. 5. ...
Complete thread -- I'm not sure but I always change melanotic to melenic.
Complete thread -- Evidence of melanotic stools & blood clots in the *hole* of the lumen of the colon.
Complete thread -- tip is viable with s/l matt?? Mat?
Complete thread -- do you hear: SOCIAL HISTORY: Normal limit development. or normal in development
Complete thread -- Dictator s/l he has marbles in his mouth...
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- Second one is correct. First one is a run-on sentence.
Complete thread -- I like your second one.
Complete thread -- No, but thx. It s/l without erythema or minor cord or miner cort... ...
Complete thread -- Need punctuation help, please. See inside for sentence:
Complete thread -- (palpable) venous cord?
Complete thread -- I guess it's just close deep margins.
Complete thread -- On physical exam, her left forearm IV was clean, dry and intact withou ...
Complete thread -- Left blank. I know antitragus, but here in dictation it s/l inter or intra.
Complete thread -- antitragus is correct.
Complete thread -- s/l intratragus or intertragus. He had said earlier biopsies from the antitragus
Complete thread -- might "mean" (retrieve to submit to pathology for dx)prob this dictator lingo
Complete thread -- status post parotidectomy, lymph node dissection, s/l "shun close" deep margins,
Complete thread -- ESL doc, does this make sense, if not, how would you change?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would transcribe it as orbital-ENT
Complete thread -- combined *orbito ENT* approach
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- right sternal to left sternal edge makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Repeat EKG is what I hear ?? (although this would show on echo I'd think)
Complete thread -- s/l right sternal, but also s/l retrosternal any vote what is more suitable?
Complete thread -- urinary test or albumin-creatinine ratio done recently. ??? in February 2012 showed n
Complete thread -- nope, can't hear that
Complete thread -- normal strength?
Complete thread -- The right arm and shoulder varicosities and venous tributaries have completely
Complete thread -- I would go with 0.5 cm
Complete thread -- dasatinib
Complete thread -- how would you type out: less than ½ cm in size, 0.5 cm half a centimeter?
Complete thread -- "koldmit fixation" see message
Complete thread -- clinical drug for CML-anyone hear of it? S/l donatinib
Complete thread -- I hear I understand that a (not she has a). but I do hear the Synacthen.
Complete thread -- it is Synacthen suppression test, thank you all for your help!
Complete thread -- (Of course, do not type if you're not certain!)
Complete thread -- What MT50 suggested below would certainly fit, though I agree it's
Complete thread -- hmmmm, no I don't hear that I don't think
Complete thread -- ? understand that a dexamethasone suppression test is planned ...
Complete thread -- I understand today she has a ?????? planned for the New Year.
Complete thread -- That is what I thought. She normally is more 'technical.'
Complete thread -- by a few exercises ?
Complete thread -- That was it... THX!
Complete thread -- wav file. I think the first line is correct. She does say heat during quad sets, I
Complete thread -- ? choana
Complete thread -- The adenoid pad is completely obstructing the *coyna*.
Complete thread -- Thank you all you kind ears
Complete thread -- but gave platelet count of 487,000, a drop to 2.1 ? I might flag.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Me too.
Complete thread -- 2,727
Complete thread -- I need another ear please, do you hear 2,727 or 3,727
Complete thread -- You are welcome. I would feel confident using it.
Complete thread -- Ty for your help. This is a stat so I am feeling a bit pressured on finding/deciding.
Complete thread -- Found this link in which "beal" is used in reference to a sliver.
Complete thread -- Beal kind of means to fester from the definition, so I guess so.
Complete thread -- Would this work for you guys? Would you feel safe in using it?
Complete thread -- Just occurred to me, perhaps "in the point in question." So never mind!
Complete thread -- There is slight induration in the *appointing question.* No distinct cystic
Complete thread -- I think it is dangerous to require MTs to convert lab values.
Complete thread -- billow? WAG
Complete thread -- billow?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She's very clear dictator and it surely s/l bill. I googled beal, but my spellcheck does
Complete thread -- pull?
Complete thread -- wiggle?
Complete thread -- It's pretty low, but not unthinkable. Would be 30,400 platelets.
Complete thread -- You convert by moving the decimal point 3 spaces to the right.
Complete thread -- I think it would be 30,400.
Complete thread -- I agree, it is low...that is why I am questioning it. I will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- She is to trim the suture should it continue to s/l bill its way out.
Complete thread -- That would be a very abnormally low platelet level.
Complete thread -- AHA. TY so much! :)
Complete thread -- I believe you are correct on #2
Complete thread -- I would flag it.
Complete thread -- He is definitely saying 30.4 and it is for platelets
Complete thread -- Also further down CT which showed a comminuted hamate fracture
Complete thread -- of the hamate
Complete thread -- Could the dictator have made an error and possibly meaning hematocrit?
Complete thread -- wav posted if that helps. 1. s/l hemi 2. s/l widening.
Complete thread -- circinate
Complete thread -- I've heard it dictated like this and usually put 30.4 thousand. I think it is 304,000 but
Complete thread -- Are you positive that dictator is saying 30.4? Never heard it dictated in decimals.
Complete thread -- Showing my ignorance--never was good at math
Complete thread -- s/l sertionade
Complete thread -- flagged and sent
Complete thread -- s/l lens iris chase syndrome?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I should have gotten that one.
Complete thread -- monoclonal studies?
Complete thread -- adding wav
Complete thread -- basophils? (goes before urinalysis, whatever it is).
Complete thread -- thanks, that is what I thought I heard
Complete thread -- magnesium, leukocyte esterase?
Complete thread -- platelet count 2.1% ?
Complete thread -- If the white count goes higher, then we will order *mal luke estera
Complete thread -- Urinalysis is normal. _____________ count 2.1%.
Complete thread -- ? IVIg
Complete thread -- chronic lymphocytic leukemia treatment
Complete thread -- Yes, I've got it. It is abbreviation for heterotopic ossification!
Complete thread -- Bunion with s/l HO in the dorsum of the right foot ...



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