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Complete thread -- moist and pink...
Complete thread -- Could it be Weber does not lateralize?
Complete thread -- Ischemia?
Complete thread -- metastases nor peritoneal _____ (?)
Complete thread -- Would someone help me figure this out? sm
Complete thread -- Not making that out. I'll have to flag. Thanks for trying. nm
Complete thread -- peach mucous membranes
Complete thread -- ? nitrofurantoin - double check spelling
Complete thread -- a lot on arachnoid pouch not sure if this is IT tho. Don't guess
Complete thread -- Drug s/l mico-pho-tin sm
Complete thread -- then again, apparently sometimes it's allowed.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I didn't really think so either. Yeah, I thought that sounded odd too, but see
Complete thread -- stainless steel wire?
Complete thread -- None needed, IMO.... "neck" component of dizziness??
Complete thread -- Any comma queens or kings out there? Where would you put commas in the sentence
Complete thread -- ORIF - a s/l "thoracic" steel wire.
Complete thread -- could dr. be saying "distal"
Complete thread -- I found Prism Weight Loss program in trademarks above so I guess it does get capped. Thxs
Complete thread -- Is anyone familiar with a "prism" diet? Hard to tell from Google if prism gets
Complete thread -- yes, globes of the eyes.
Complete thread -- attention. *to the globes of the eyes* the ulnar nerves, lateral femoral cut
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l pouting arachnoid
Complete thread -- She has been having aches and pains, which she has felt to be
Complete thread -- I don't have a degree symbol, so maybe that is why?
Complete thread -- Thanks all, I knew it wasn't right, just wanted to check with you experts! Have a great
Complete thread -- Of course. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I just wondered since 'degree' is supposed to be spelled out.
Complete thread -- That sounds extremely likely, thanks very much! Noted for future reference
Complete thread -- 250/50 is what I hear all the time. FDA brands didn't show
Complete thread -- just 250/50, see link.
Complete thread -- Trying to verify Advair 250/150 mcg - anyone heard of this dosage?
Complete thread -- Astepro
Complete thread -- Sorry, I gave up on checking for answers. All I could find was polymyalgia on google but
Complete thread -- med s/l Aspro?
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestions below but I'm going to have to flag.
Complete thread -- You probably know this, but you wouldn't capitalize colpocleisis.
Complete thread -- Of course, if you spell out the number, spell out 'percent' as well!
Complete thread -- BOS 3 says you can use the symbol after a numeral; do not use a space in between them.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- psychomotor retardation??
Complete thread -- Any idea yet what that is? I can't get polymyalgia rheumatica out of my mind :)
Complete thread -- According to the BOS-3 (I only have 2), is percent spelled out in transcription or
Complete thread -- deep bited = debrided
Complete thread -- scarring on the left lung (not sure though with "to that")
Complete thread -- subarachnoid
Complete thread -- how about this...
Complete thread -- Got it! Le Fort Colpocleisis
Complete thread -- that's a long way from the tongue, no?
Complete thread -- nonsmall cell cancer, status post radiation, and has *com-muck* on the left lung...
Complete thread -- Looks like PMR from report archives. Going with that.
Complete thread -- Patient to under s/l la-for-a-cope-la-kyasis. Any help would be appreciated on this.
Complete thread -- "separite-nite" shunt ? pls sm
Complete thread -- perfection
Complete thread -- assessed and revised
Complete thread -- Behavioral med, PMR or DMR, see message
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- functional status will be assessed ____ in an interdisciplinary fashion.
Complete thread -- assessed in a broadbased and interdisciplinary fashion?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- assessed *and brovased* in an interdisciplinary fashion
Complete thread -- He is toe-touch weightbearing
Complete thread -- His ____ weight bearing about the right lower extremity.
Complete thread -- Thanks a mil!
Complete thread -- He may be a bad dictator but was definitely saying "_______lymphoma post resection
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes it if she is not showing.....
Complete thread -- I to sent a blank... it was at the end of a long one.
Complete thread -- ... for the thumb, (?which) is not showing any significant improvement. In a couple of
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think that might be it. O
Complete thread -- Parish (see link)
Complete thread -- Good at finding doctors? s/l Dr. "pathas or padas in texarkana, texas (int.med)
Complete thread -- I have advised her to begin range of motion exercises for the thumb. _____ in a sm
Complete thread -- graft was anstomosed using a running 5-0 Prolene and with deep s/l
Complete thread -- Lymphoma of the tongue is very rare and accounts for 1% of all malignant tumors
Complete thread -- Crazy as this seems, but there is Simba (a product apparently out
Complete thread -- s/l "lishum" to me, looked line a "run on sentence", I indicated period or comma right.
Complete thread -- without contrast shows 1.6 x 1.4 cm *salpeesue sero* at the medial inferior
Complete thread -- heavy metal poisoning. Was fed *simba.* Pt said he used to.... Please sm for
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- PUF Pain Urgency/Frequency
Complete thread -- PUF score...found it...thx
Complete thread -- "...post resecton involving the base of tongue." Where are you getting ischium?
Complete thread -- endogenous
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l....puff score...sm
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- He's just saying involving base of tongue. I think I finally heard follicular (I know -
Complete thread -- This dictator is so bad. I think he's saying "follicular" to be honest. Will probably
Complete thread -- ? lymphoma of the ischium (comma or period)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Mr. x has a diagnosis of a s/l "lishum" lymphoma post resection involving base of
Complete thread -- BINGO!
Complete thread -- hit ENTER too soon
Complete thread -- or thorax
Complete thread -- so like the following then?
Complete thread -- thought so... thanks for confirming
Complete thread -- No chest and heart are two different things. What is the exact dictation?
Complete thread -- Typical!
Complete thread -- okay... so should I put CHEST & roll both heart and axilla under that header? or seperate?
Complete thread -- Sure meaning fine motor movements
Complete thread -- Just me but since it is your armpit, you can apply it under Chest
Complete thread -- fidgety in fine *motoric* ways
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- past tense "evidenced" or use "evident"... not evidence
Complete thread -- what header under PE would be used for axilla? he said it after heart and before abd
Complete thread -- evidence or evident ?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- That sounds about right. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks....brain not functioning today! nm
Complete thread -- lab
Complete thread -- pulmonary function tests sm
Complete thread -- LMAO - Tobey-Ayer-Queckenstedt - she spells Tobey (and spells it wrong) and Ayer,
Complete thread -- From BOS2 relating to non-metric fractions
Complete thread -- greater than ¼ width. or greater than 0.25 width.
Complete thread -- narcotic medication-induced syncope
Complete thread -- DX: Narcotic medication induced syncope or Narcotic-medication-induced syncope ???
Complete thread -- muck out? - To clean the excrement and other rubbish from the area
Complete thread -- I know, but he isn't saying that, though he may be just reading
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- used to close the defect.
Complete thread -- #1 still intact ______? and this could be used...
Complete thread -- CPT 2 deficiency involves myopathic consequences, muscle weakness
Complete thread -- ? short for appendectomy
Complete thread -- Patient labeled as TP-2, but recalls nothing else
Complete thread -- #15 blade knife was used to *muke law* the entire
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: s/l...ap-ee....nm
Complete thread -- thanks... still hear leeching
Complete thread -- a few questions... pls help - thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- ? K-wire, screwdriver, and mallet
Complete thread -- I think this post is out of place
Complete thread -- dude really should have said "imply" rather than "infer"
Complete thread -- Severe occlusive coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- I hear "we were unable to keep up"
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- lots of fixes to your transcription
Complete thread -- required? ensuing 2 or 3 days
Complete thread -- #2 - thumb became necrotic over the ensuing 3 days.
Complete thread -- ? apophysitis
Complete thread -- with the _______ outflow in a likelihood... patient’s thumb continued to ________.
Complete thread -- leaking?
Complete thread -- began immediate *leeching* in the operating room
Complete thread -- ugh, must be brain fog
Complete thread -- I think the actual strengths are somewhere between 80 and 81 and 324 and 325 respectively
Complete thread -- infers
Complete thread -- helps with this sentence. S/l in furs
Complete thread -- agree CVP, (per poi) & mlelhc
Complete thread -- Thanks ya'll! Flagged as it s/l the s/l and nothing else! Appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- link to some lab tests they order (when you get to this section)
Complete thread -- pure guess myofascitis (inflammation of a muscle and its fascia.)
Complete thread -- Coming in late with a WAG - lymphangitis?
Complete thread -- nice link, thanks for sharing.
Complete thread -- You were right, but I dumbly accidentally hit the upload button and sent it before I had a
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'm so glad I asked. Just to prove your point, (sm)
Complete thread -- That is going in my expander! Love this board. Not OP.
Complete thread -- poverty of speech: paucity of speech, the only 2 I have seen that sound like that.
Complete thread -- prosody
Complete thread -- traumatic brain injury
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I wil listen for that.
Complete thread -- WAG Maybe correcting him/herself to ... edema, with a large hemorrhagic component?
Complete thread -- In peds they go on body weight. Liquid form is 160 mg/5 ml (correct me if wrong)sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! Just checking to see if I missed something! Flag it is!
Complete thread -- That was my initial thought but doesn't s/l at all. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- large and larger component
Complete thread -- maybe two 80 mg?
Complete thread -- Can only find ibuprofen in that mg, aspirin is usually 81 or 325, with meds if unsure flag
Complete thread -- impetigos?
Complete thread -- Rheumatology: s/l en-pha-zy-tis Please sm for context.
Complete thread -- Aspirin 280 mg?...Quick Look Drug Book...I can't find combo that fits. Is it correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks... She really is putting a "k" in there. Im just going to flag it.
Complete thread -- There is a Lane screwdriver listed in Stedman?
Complete thread -- Screw removal from femur. D: We backed out the screw using a s/l "K-line"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- That's It!!! Tiny nodular maybe?
Complete thread -- left lung lesion, tiny nodule density in the left base
Complete thread -- lesion ____ on the density in the left base (sorry, word is ending in "ing" but cannot
Complete thread -- SUV peak was 6.5
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 46 mm in the proximal arch and the mid ascending was a mean of 45
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Patient had a CT scan recently, which showed the aorta was 46 millimet ...
Complete thread -- and before anybody says anything about it being a first name only...
Complete thread -- Do not post patient names.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He does have difficulty in riding his bicycle with this _______ style ...
Complete thread -- is that "-ive" sound at end strong?
Complete thread -- perhaps an osseous lesion?
Complete thread -- sure that isn't "under" ultrasound guidance?
Complete thread -- central venous pressure (CVP)
Complete thread -- s/l CVT line by left internal jugular
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking. I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- More context here...... cellulitis that was incised and drained and she was in clinic for
Complete thread -- On exam, there is an s/l ostive lesion on the anterior aspect of her left lower leg.
Complete thread -- medication s/l ma-na
Complete thread -- A1 Pap?
Complete thread -- Nevermind, I saw the complete post below..I'd go with activated.
Complete thread -- agitated? (sp?)
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Of course, ty
Complete thread -- fat stranding?
Complete thread -- lower dose because the liver can't process a regular dose due to the liver disease
Complete thread -- hepatically adjusted
Complete thread -- she has Child-Pugh Class B liver disease and we have given her an s/l lepatically
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I think the word is ferret (ferret out is the usual saying)
Complete thread -- WAV help with ESL doctor.
Complete thread -- the word fare?? see below
Complete thread -- no. it is clearly either aggravated or activated. ...
Complete thread -- Not really like your s/l but could it be calibrated?
Complete thread -- Not really like your s/l but could it be calibrated?
Complete thread -- A tracheal spreader was then introduced and *aggravated/activated* to ...
Complete thread -- A tracheal spreader was then introduced and *aggravated/activated*. ...
Complete thread -- if dictator said "the" offending, it would make sense, they do talk like that.
Complete thread -- I like it!!!
Complete thread -- found these tradename hernia mesh, none like your s/l though
Complete thread -- Ventralex DualMesh
Complete thread -- piece of ventral s/l "exstool" mesh
Complete thread -- You could also enter g 400 mg in Google and see if any of those fit.
Complete thread -- Gliatiline or Gliatilin (Google has a couple different spellings)?
Complete thread -- any other infp
Complete thread -- So you're saying they performed a "pelvic organ prolapse" for the discharge?
Complete thread -- tp has been on s/l genataron 400 mg
Complete thread -- Gotcha: First impression, first glimpse. Learned something new.
Complete thread -- look up first blush on onelook
Complete thread -- I used 'blush' just what it sounded like, although can't confirm 'biceps blush' on Google
Complete thread -- At first "blush" the biceps tendon appeared intact and in its normal position. Did
Complete thread -- There is "Brescia-Cimino" radiocephalic fistula.
Complete thread -- Thx! This helped and I was able to figure out "Cimino radiocephalic"
Complete thread -- see if this helps
Complete thread -- Follow up after a fistulogram & revision of his right arm "sim in no we gus" cephalic
Complete thread -- Get x-ray(hand) to see if any "stick" changes consistent with psoriatic or gouty
Complete thread -- Really? Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- haha. I was just going to post that. :D
Complete thread -- I am just reading over my post again, and it hit me like lightning that he
Complete thread -- Don't think so. He is releasing the retinaculum and ligament. I hear "trans.." unless he
Complete thread -- tendons?
Complete thread -- Please check again. I think I got it this time.
Complete thread -- you might want to check your WAV
Complete thread -- ... and after "the last trans were" released, I had a substantial release in tilt.
Complete thread -- because of occasional discharge (assuming it is vaginal) sm.
Complete thread -- But how does that fit into the context?
Complete thread -- "POP" could be pelvic organ prolapse (this is a female)
Complete thread -- she clearly says one pop...but cannot figure it out either..thx all
Complete thread -- Rhetorical questions don't "solicit" anything, lol.
Complete thread -- wet mount?
Complete thread -- wet prep?
Complete thread -- The HALO breast pap test?
Complete thread -- Pap? as in Pap smear?
Complete thread -- s/l...one pop...sm
Complete thread -- Sounds more like...
Complete thread -- an inverted V?
Complete thread -- ... a cut made in "a offending"? Please sm.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- antecedent - A thing or event that existed before or logically precedes another.
Complete thread -- she had no ____s/l anocedan trauma or falls.
Complete thread -- Yeah, that actually was pretty hilarious, lol.
Complete thread -- I'd say a purty good wag!
Complete thread -- concomitant?
Complete thread -- s/l concaminate ORIF of his metacarpals on the right side and distal radius.
Complete thread -- I LOL at the BM portion of one of the posts.
Complete thread -- not the drama of it, just the hilarity :)p
Complete thread -- I see an "nm" with a big ego problem down below, lol. That seemed to have
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- vulvodynia
Complete thread -- warning...WAV recording came out a little loud.
Complete thread -- She also has some diabetic induced _________ dynia and has intermittent pain from
Complete thread -- planted stick of silver nitrate?
Complete thread -- May be typo but should be a comma after P 0-0-1-0 (nm)
Complete thread -- can you hear placenta previa?
Complete thread -- I was laughing first!!
Complete thread -- No YOU did not ...I DID!!!!
Complete thread -- with vacuum extraction?
Complete thread -- Something to do with prostaglandin?
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- s/l...plan-ter-hit-ic sil-ver sprain...sm
Complete thread -- No rudeness from me!
Complete thread -- found OP-1 putty, think she is shortening it to OP. Thanks.
Complete thread -- cervical spine fusion with Mountaineer system and "opt" DM putty
Complete thread -- I saw it first!!!
Complete thread -- I think you just lost it!
Complete thread -- Wow!! Serious rudeness on the board
Complete thread -- De nada!
Complete thread -- Gracias!
Complete thread -- More specifically, I found "clasped knife rigidity."
Complete thread -- I googled Parkinson symptoms and found clasped knife.
Complete thread -- Does "glass knife" make sense to anyone?
Complete thread -- then why solicit guesses?
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!!
Complete thread -- Urocit-K?
Complete thread -- "Uro CK" for preventation of renal stones sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50!
Complete thread -- spondylosis?
Complete thread -- OMG
Complete thread -- This shows it as a small degree of astigmatism as 0.74
Complete thread -- I cannot confirm 074 degrees for lens placement, not even 0.074?
Complete thread -- Meant to say thanks for the input. It does make sense in the ROS. I had
Complete thread -- Good guess. It is pretty plain, so I'll probably just put it in as dictated.
Complete thread -- Probably OK. I've heard of a "team" appointment with two docs. And "double-team" is ...
Complete thread -- ? preponderance
Complete thread -- I swear I am hearing doctor say
Complete thread -- never heard this abbrev. but maybe nausea, constipation, vomiting or diarrhea?
Complete thread -- ROS: No "NCVD"
Complete thread -- hum, might be
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- coponerance??
Complete thread -- guess here but maybe "some stenosis"
Complete thread -- Another WAG...range of motion?
Complete thread -- WAG extraocular muscles, extraocular movements, hearing, tympanic membranes?????
Complete thread -- Sounds like, "Reciliation"
Complete thread -- So simple..."throughout" is what I am hearing! ...
Complete thread -- you may be right.
Complete thread -- where is the like
Complete thread -- could it be a very slurred sounding 'gallbladder'
Complete thread -- LS x-ray
Complete thread -- 150 cm of small bowel was resected
Complete thread -- Sorry... this was my next question... please see inside
Complete thread -- At a second-look operation, _______ cm of the small bowel
Complete thread -- s/l bulba was grasped
Complete thread -- thyroperoxidase ?
Complete thread -- Cardiac stress test help please
Complete thread -- Is part of it -- peroxidase ? I googled -- antibodies Hashimoto
Complete thread -- s/l..pa-rocks-a-ma-shun antibodies...sm
Complete thread -- But...but..it didn't show up my first search! Of course it does now...sigh.. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I have listened like 100 times.. want to hear lateral, but s/l oloroot or olorude approach
Complete thread -- Domboro solution?
Complete thread -- I believe you've got it....domperidone.
Complete thread -- Wegener's/Sjogren's: ? if s/l Dom Peridone would be appropriate for her.
Complete thread -- IS THERE SOME RULE THAT MORE THAN 1 PERSON CANNOT ANSWER? SOMETIMES A 2ND ANSWER HELPS
Complete thread -- Did you ever stop to consider that when something is posted twice, it is confirmatory -
Complete thread -- a lateral approach?
Complete thread -- ok, that was worded poorly. I mean thanks to you. I went... LOL is it Friday yet?
Complete thread -- oops... s/l "oloroot" approach to the left distal femur was performed.
Complete thread -- ORIF of femur fracture. D: A (an) s/l "oloroot"
Complete thread -- I hate to feed into this, but - excuse me - who are you calling rude?
Complete thread -- Why so offended? There is a time delay. Maybe did not see your post before she found term
Complete thread -- thanks to you both, went straight to the horse and it was mirror. I'm s.m.
Complete thread -- matter?
Complete thread -- a guess.. meer may be mire. area of wet, soggy, muddy ground
Complete thread -- No YOU did not find it...I DID!!!!
Complete thread -- How rude!! Did you not see I had posted already????
Complete thread -- Hello OP?!?! I AM THE ONE WHO ANSWERED! YOU ARE NOT WELCOME!!!!
Complete thread -- Yes - thank you!! Sm
Complete thread -- found it - thx
Complete thread -- kussmaul - check my spelling
Complete thread -- Cusmal? Check spelling to be sure
Complete thread -- Some type of respirations - no idea what this word is :)
Complete thread -- Possibly something to do w/welding: s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l tarred back may be TAR "Treatment Authorization Request", (an insurance ok)
Complete thread -- no clue - flagged - thanks.
Complete thread -- brought?
Complete thread -- know what, on relistening and relistening, I think Kocher is it, thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l tarred back? (says again later in report and still s/l tarred)
Complete thread -- Yeah - same here. Its an ESL doc who sounds like a stuttering French Elmer Fudd.
Complete thread -- oops...get your caffeine fix and enjoy your day. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. et your
Complete thread -- Thank you, darlene and MT50.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. “tuning up” prior to your surgery pg 7
Complete thread -- Only can come up with thrombocytopenia, sorry.
Complete thread -- Very well could be....
Complete thread -- If wording above is "while arterial puncture is required for venous catheter placement"
Complete thread -- Poor social situation
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- reflected (see link)
Complete thread -- Using Bovie electrocautery, the temporalis muscle and this myocutaneou ...
Complete thread -- venous catheter arterial puncture - 1 procedure or 2?
Complete thread -- known cirrhosis and has not been on antiplatelet therapy because of "truncal pass
Complete thread -- elderly male with bowel obstruction - CA
Complete thread -- Not too sure...blank and sending on. Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- that's what I found, too, but hear a definite P in the middle, thanks, flagging
Complete thread -- might be Kocher maneuver - (I googled Kocher maneuver abdominal surgery)
Complete thread -- Repair of GSWs - s/l Koper or Kopra or Cobra maneuver ?
Complete thread -- (VERY WAG) ("shallow" argues against) "gastric belly polyp" ???
Complete thread -- Oh, yeah, maybe so! Thanks!
Complete thread -- repetitive repetitious
Complete thread -- Patient is cooperative and very s/l ruh-pit-uh-mint TIA!
Complete thread -- carpentry? might be from injury.
Complete thread -- Just curious...apparently nails were removed? Why? For fast rx of onychomycosis? or what?
Complete thread -- thanks. I was trying to hear something related to carpentry!
Complete thread -- Coban
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- nice suggestion. think I've actually run across it in dictation too, however rare it is.
Complete thread -- intima elevation?
Complete thread -- intimalization?
Complete thread -- Wrong answer, lol. The correct answer would be...the OP!
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks a lot again. ...
Complete thread -- Could it be downsloping?
Complete thread -- An audiogram showed bilateral *down sloppy* mixed hearing loss with mi ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- could be anyone
Complete thread -- notch of Rivinus
Complete thread -- malleus was identified and preserved, as well as the incus. The incud ...
Complete thread -- embolization is a procedure.
Complete thread -- now it's back, 3rd one down. I give up.
Complete thread -- a coworker suggested embolization. Fortunately, it is the only blank, so that's what she
Complete thread -- sorry, it's not on page 2 of that link. I use a different form of Google search
Complete thread -- how fast is she? way wag: aneurysmal dilatation? or something like that.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Somebody didn't read the Rules for Posters... Wonder who that could be?
Complete thread -- Ok, he says again in PE: Left umbra uh uh INFRAumbilical scar
Complete thread -- Exam was noted for a morbidly obese individual with a left s/l"umbra-umbilical" scar,
Complete thread -- s/l T2 askala patella
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Oh sorry, it was the "anterior leaf of the broad ligament"
Complete thread -- looks like Hypaque.
Complete thread -- It doesn't s/l origin at all, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- A Foley catheter was then placed containing a solution of half normal ...
Complete thread -- origin?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- the s/l "entry of" the round ligament on the left side was incised
Complete thread -- YEAH! Thanks!
Complete thread -- a soaked 4 x 4
Complete thread -- He's talking fast but when I slow it way down can hear "cervical." Thanks.
Complete thread -- She has chronic constipation and has been diagnosed with "sivruv" arthritis. She
Complete thread -- just guessing, but maybe "an old area of gliosis"???
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I am hearing feculent material. need help with the 2nd blank
Complete thread -- check out Xgeva.
Complete thread -- MP3 help pls sm.
Complete thread -- Pt. with metastic prostate cancer and prescribed "ex chee vah" at 120 mg subcut.
Complete thread -- She has s/l "an old air of gliosis." Usually like neurology but not today.
Complete thread -- lol, I guess it doesn't matter what anyone thinks it should have been. It's a flag.
Complete thread -- Here are the various Xience names,diameters & lengths. website
Complete thread -- saying "sedated with Ditropan." Do you think he means "Diprivan"
Complete thread -- wonder if MAYBE not hearing all dictation?? There is Renophos 667
Complete thread -- This trajectory s/l "reflated" moving 2 mm laterally as we did on the previous side
Complete thread -- Any other context? the 67 mg makes me think fenofibrate
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Continue Feldene, it is working well. (see if that makes sense)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Various aches and pain. Continuing ________ working well. ...
Complete thread -- Yep, finally found that in OneLook too. Thanks! Now I can move on.
Complete thread -- Astasia-abasia
Complete thread -- I found that abasia is inability to walk so I'm getting closer!
Complete thread -- I wonder if off is 'soft'? Let us know if you hear back!
Complete thread -- hit return by accident.. the above is on a nursing home patient with renal disease.
Complete thread -- med help.. p
Complete thread -- How about "fibroid myelitis"
Complete thread -- oops, you just said no "sitis" sorry!
Complete thread -- fibromyositis?
Complete thread -- Station and gait shows that she walks with a cane with a degree of sl "estasia avasia
Complete thread -- ? globulin
Complete thread -- Have to send report on now. Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- This sounds more like it but doesn't make sense to me as says "feet" and not skin.
Complete thread -- Lab question
Complete thread -- peeling off?
Complete thread -- WAG feeling warm?
Complete thread -- ROS: ...his feet are "billing" off. TIA!
Complete thread -- Clearly dictating "fibromyelitis/mylitis" (not -sitis, etc.) Any idea what he means?
Complete thread -- Duh is me. It is obtunded.
Complete thread -- The patient became "ob tend id" definitely 3 syllables!
Complete thread -- yes, it does. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- hmm
Complete thread -- how about CRPS (chronic regional pain syndrome)
Complete thread -- A "4.0 x 50" Xience stent catheter. Is this possible or should be 15 not 50?
Complete thread -- RSD reflex sympathetic dystrophy, never heard of it as RDS.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- probably not, but better safe than sorry.
Complete thread -- remember, "s" and "f" sound very much alike
Complete thread -- LOL, thanks. It does make sense. Nice work! :)
Complete thread -- "at the end of tumescence" makes sense to me, now that I think about it.
Complete thread -- We would leave it as is, in our company. nm
Complete thread -- LOL, no I actually overlooked the last paragraph. Sorry. The only other
Complete thread -- the F is really pronounced, as he says it later... I did Google spine problems RDF and...
Complete thread -- verbose- containing more words than necessary : wordy <a verbose reply>
Complete thread -- OH!!!! how silly... I just couldn't make that connection. TY!!!
Complete thread -- RDS is reflex sympathetic dystrophy and makes sense!
Complete thread -- could it be verbose?
Complete thread -- (welbose is the s/l) sorry
Complete thread -- very welbose in conversation
Complete thread -- Just barely. I actually wrote that in the message. Did you see that first?
Complete thread -- Presurgical psych clearance for back surgery - s/l RDF
Complete thread -- can you hear 10 minutes?
Complete thread -- If you had bothered to look up the definition, you wouldn't have had to ask this
Complete thread -- Edex injection He had a sufficient erection at the end of the *s/l tennants*
Complete thread -- I'm hearing ON-crow-meal, not acromial, but might be a mispeak..
Complete thread -- intention myoclonus?
Complete thread -- Well, I'm assuming she just means to hold it and not start it until the 14th so as not to
Complete thread -- widened base of?
Complete thread -- acromial bursitis?? or some form of that?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l oncro-meal-sent-ell type bursitis
Complete thread -- I've heard it a lot but have always expanded to arterial.
Complete thread -- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15115923
Complete thread -- Not sure if saying "as not" or "and not" to continue to lower her blood pressure,
Complete thread -- MS Patient. Her motor tone is slightly increased at the ankles with s/lcatchatone
Complete thread -- MS patient. She has a wide and s/l gay-sive support (sm)
Complete thread -- PT with constipation. sm
Complete thread -- Quick question: expand "art line" (arterial) or is it common enough? (First I heard
Complete thread -- Yes, so I did edit. Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- If your account gives you the liberty to, then yes I would.
Complete thread -- pro·tract·ed - Lasting for a long time or longer than expected or usual.
Complete thread -- protracted
Complete thread -- thanks for your response. I work directly for the doctor, so I guess I
Complete thread -- s/l protactive??
Complete thread -- split-thickness skin graft 16 one-thousandths of a inch thick. Should I edit to
Complete thread -- ABSOLUTELY!!!
Complete thread -- Do you have a supervisor or anyone?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Metoprolol, (doc spelled) "cliathiazine".
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- she is moving her ext ad lib? does that make sense?
Complete thread -- ad lib
Complete thread -- patient is moving upper extremities "at lib"
Complete thread -- whoops, darn pinky finger hit send. I think he is saying enterocolon, but
Complete thread -- Thanks for your response, that does make more sense but I do hear an"osaying entero- colon
Complete thread -- tx so much
Complete thread -- s/l...tan-tum maximum flow...sm
Complete thread -- lien
Complete thread -- word help
Complete thread -- endoscopy help
Complete thread -- entire colon?
Complete thread -- is this maybe the start of a new sentence?? Some more sentences before and after s.m.
Complete thread -- a guess Fiberall (laxative) wait for others to listen too
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Femara? ...
Complete thread -- Patient with a history of mastocytosis involving her "enterocolon".
Complete thread -- Fosamax, Diovan, Toprol XL, _____, Lipitor, and vitamin D.
Complete thread -- lol, that's a new one. if you can't change it to going-home instructions,
Complete thread -- PT given home going instructions ? home-going instructions? home-going-instructions?
Complete thread -- Gyn
Complete thread -- Yep, think WAG got "IT" GYNECARE TVT ABBREVO™ Continence System
Complete thread -- heck, didn't share?. Was it Lymphazurin (Isosulfan Blue)
Complete thread -- Perfect. TY. :)
Complete thread -- No malignancy encountered.
Complete thread -- He has undergone biopsy and TURP in the past. Normal ____ encountered.
Complete thread -- s/l CFR may be "CFR gene" spreads resistance to superbugs
Complete thread -- never mind-- found it!
Complete thread -- cheek melanoma injected with "lipizerm" blue dye
Complete thread -- ahh, didn't see it, guess read it too quickly
Complete thread -- breast sono?
Complete thread -- Sorry - think I got it... PSIS :)
Complete thread -- Exact sentence please
Complete thread -- sl BSIS (maybe VSIS) referring to spine surgery - harvesting bone from iliac crest.nm
Complete thread -- I Googled but probably not correctly because I was not satisfied with what came up.
Complete thread -- Head elf. Wanting to make sure you got my email
Complete thread -- Deltoid splitting
Complete thread -- not real sure of question, is it "deltoid splitting" or ligament of ?
Complete thread -- I think he corrected himself and said "when he, as he returns". Thanks!
Complete thread -- ?I think? "returns after first year" (wait for others) need more Wav before s/l
Complete thread -- ? after he returns after the first of the year, I will...
Complete thread -- this is all I could get - surg consult "in this case" _____?pathologist
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- you have to click on her post, at the bottom of the report
Complete thread -- how to find for next time? google.com enter your phrase in this
Complete thread -- Not sure where your s/l would go. ?
Complete thread -- sorry... inside did not match (another question) see inside
Complete thread -- Thanks you for confirming, Darlene. I typed as dictated.
Complete thread -- longitudinal incision *deltoid splitting* made just distal
Complete thread -- total guess s/l abraybo may be "Pelvicol"™ (Bard porcine (pig)mesh)
Complete thread -- s/l...vi-son-oh...sm
Complete thread -- he just sucks!! I'd be bald from pulling my hair listening to him!!
Complete thread -- humerus fracture *in varus*
Complete thread -- Prob dictator "style"(they are all different) If clear, I would go with it
Complete thread -- s/l ematic function may be systemic function (a guess)sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Sorry--I forgot to delete it. Is a first name only also a HIPAA violation?
Complete thread -- Hipaa violation. Patient name inside post
Complete thread -- ?Abbrevo (Ethicon)
Complete thread -- *s/l ematic*
Complete thread -- Pipelle
Complete thread -- s/l...pie-pal...sm
Complete thread -- I have researched further. Should I edit to "entry" keratome?
Complete thread -- This is the name of the procedure.......sorry should have been clearer!!
Complete thread -- The temporal wound was made with a "entering" keratome. (Cataract
Complete thread -- Is that the complete context of the sounds like? Is this a diagnosis or name of operation
Complete thread -- transobturator sling placement with TVT-O (s/l abraybo).
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Steatotic
Complete thread -- s/l steotatic hepatitis
Complete thread -- surgical consult ________ his collection is
Complete thread -- yes, thas was it! Thank you.
Complete thread -- ok. thanks! I'm sticking with PA-C then.
Complete thread -- There is HE4?
Complete thread -- Seems to be the licensing is Physician Assistant-Certified therefore that is where the
Complete thread -- s/l EG4 ?
Complete thread -- correct format for PA certified. PAC or PA-C ??
Complete thread -- Figured it out, it's disparate values was correct
Complete thread -- Would repeat the manual differential to see which of the two s/l
Complete thread -- As a matter of fact, you can.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- if left in situ
Complete thread -- Recommend pelvic ultrasound for evaluation of ovaries ________. Retur ...
Complete thread -- ChlorTab is an antihistamine/ walmart brand
Complete thread -- sural saphenous nerve not serosaphenous
Complete thread -- ChlorTan
Complete thread -- got it... Venofer
Complete thread -- s/l Clortab for seasonal allergies - however, I can only find Clortab used as a veterinary
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- We will not provide any Procrit or *benifur* at this time as the labs do
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: She is on simvastatin, omeprazole, claritin ________. O ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- JVP.
Complete thread -- glyburide Renvela Folbee Plus ...
Complete thread -- elevation in his *AVP*. Cardiac exam had normal S1, S2 is regular
Complete thread -- med ?s
Complete thread -- Yes that is it -THANKS ...
Complete thread -- Endomysial?
Complete thread -- Lab work
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't give you more info (I forget!) and I've saved it offline already
Complete thread -- i have no idea about the first word, but maybe the second one is coronal?
Complete thread -- brunescence
Complete thread -- Left s/l "watapo cariono" craniotomy
Complete thread -- Pt to have cataract surg. Slit lamp exam shows advanced nuclear sclerosis with sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- 12-lead
Complete thread -- WAV help please
Complete thread -- s/l cfr?
Complete thread -- no, tried listening for that. No go. Sent in. Thanks anyways
Complete thread -- Could you give us some information on the patient that might be helpful?
Complete thread -- oh, that's cute!
Complete thread -- Apparently there are towns named Berea in South Carolina, Ohio and Ky so could it be
Complete thread -- sent for mets (as in metastases)
Complete thread -- thanks~
Complete thread -- Beria testing - can anyone verify that term?
Complete thread -- We then inserted s/l "my pelvic" retractors with a short spike retractor anteriorly,
Complete thread -- I will check it out - thanks! ...
Complete thread -- servo-valve?
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- a nerve sheath tumor?
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- Preoperative MRI study suggested that this could be a **nershey** tumor based on the
Complete thread -- Thanks - and you would be correct!
Complete thread -- succumbed
Complete thread -- Need a lil help on this one: surcumbed???
Complete thread -- s/l MAT or MET plse sm for context
Complete thread -- thirded. and this one...
Complete thread -- could be lymphohistiocytic?
Complete thread -- could it be protozoa?
Complete thread -- focal perifollicular fibrosis with s/l loon-zoe histocytes interface folliculitis
Complete thread -- addendum: I just realized that your statements are -not- contradictory
Complete thread -- thanks a million! :)
Complete thread -- s/l....pur-a-zil-a specimens
Complete thread -- there is an Actemra for rheumatoid arthritis (found at drugs.com under drugs by condition)
Complete thread -- So you heard the WAV or not? No kidding what I hear is not what is always dictated.
Complete thread -- The pt. takes "Atembra" for rheumatoid arthritis. The doctor spells it out. Enbrel?
Complete thread -- i jumped in because you asked a question...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I didn't even notice it to you guys said something, lol.
Complete thread -- I think it might be antisera.
Complete thread -- You jumped in here talking about "needless debate," "confounding babble," and
Complete thread -- margaret is a doctor?
Complete thread -- You have no call to upbraid me for attempting to help you.
Complete thread -- oops, see link, but might want to research that some more...
Complete thread -- no link
Complete thread -- see link, first hit, notice how it was googled
Complete thread -- It was an informed discussion with a doctor (Margaret) and her explanations
Complete thread -- s/l and-dee-sura"
Complete thread -- I've had multiple dictators use "equally." That's their decision, not yours or mine.
Complete thread -- I got it!! DARS counselor. None of the context was helpful, sorry!
Complete thread -- Pretty sure it is a client-specific thing. I've worked 50 or more different
Complete thread -- {doris} counselor for young man with spinal cord injury
Complete thread -- oh my, it's "flu" Sorry.
Complete thread -- p.s. this does not sound like "fall"
Complete thread -- She has had no recent head trauma s/l "or flow" or upper respiratory problems.
Complete thread -- Cute and amusing. Thanks for sharing :-)
Complete thread -- OP posted almost 12 hours ago, middle of the night.
Complete thread -- (what would that mean?)
Complete thread -- That makes sense. THANK YOU ...
Complete thread -- pleomorphic?
Complete thread -- mammography result
Complete thread -- I think my favorite is "Paranoia."
Complete thread -- These made me laugh today and wanted to share
Complete thread -- I second that
Complete thread -- drives me nuts too
Complete thread -- Thanks. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- microsatellite instability? MI? Could that be it?
Complete thread -- Thank you both! I was starting to think he was saying "plus." ESL. Yes, it's
Complete thread -- anterior lump on ankle?
Complete thread -- •N1mi: Micrometastases (tiny areas of cancer spread) in 1 to 3 lymph nodes under the arm.
Complete thread -- then I believe it would be N1mi
Complete thread -- must HAVE
Complete thread -- Lol, I must of read your post wrong. I just meant cap the headings.
Complete thread -- bullous
Complete thread -- bullous
Complete thread -- really? incredible I just finsished Career Step and we never capped th ...
Complete thread -- It is an I as eye not a number.
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me being hand injection
Complete thread -- Sure. I've always typed diagnosis, etc., all in caps.
Complete thread -- Maybe (see link)
Complete thread -- Chronic COPD changes with s/l "bluss" emphysema noted throughout
Complete thread -- Book of Style Question
Complete thread -- Is that MI or M1 as it would be pT1b N1 M1
Complete thread -- I have never witnessed that --
Complete thread -- stage 1 (pT1bN1MI) ER/PR positive, HER-2. Would the MI be separated by a space?
Complete thread -- Oh gosh and thank you to you, too, Billybob for posting the link!
Complete thread -- Thank you MT Precious Presents head elf. I emailed you.
Complete thread -- who can blame you?
Complete thread -- mri ankle History: anterior ____ ankle
Complete thread -- bilateral _____ endoscopic carpal tunnel release s/l brown?
Complete thread -- Have to send report on now. Thanks everyone for the input.
Complete thread -- That sounds more like it, but I don't see that as a gland per se. Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- phytocytic gland?
Complete thread -- s/l "ham-bean-jection"
Complete thread -- pupils equal
Complete thread -- why won't you give us the sentence??
Complete thread -- give us the actual sentence please
Complete thread -- pituicytic?
Complete thread -- E to A changes are heard, not seen on x-ray
Complete thread -- i would flag that, myself
Complete thread -- I would love it to be so, but no.
Complete thread -- any chance he's really hacking pituitary ??
Complete thread -- Dictator with Czech accent
Complete thread -- microadenoma in s/l fit-uh-sit-ic gland TIA!
Complete thread -- There is also OxyIR just to make it more confusing
Complete thread -- Thanks! Dr. has never used that abbreviation before.
Complete thread -- meaning OxyContin or oxycodone
Complete thread -- Meds Crestor, Celebrex, trazadone, calcium, s/l "oci", and vitamin A.
Complete thread -- yes it would be
Complete thread -- for second one ? no acute distress.
Complete thread -- Isn't it 0.062 inch ?
Complete thread -- watch out for trouble makers like this poster.
Complete thread -- My first thought was some type of rehab medicine. It does google.
Complete thread -- any mention in report of radiation treatment prior or after surg.
Complete thread -- s/l be lee may be-- ?? B line changes (as in Kerley B)
Complete thread -- Yes...of course! Thanks!
Complete thread -- LOL Our eyes see what they want sometimes!
Complete thread -- ? inch
Complete thread -- A 0.62 "in" or "end" smooth K-wire was then passed from the distal tip of the hallux to th
Complete thread -- What was I thinking, Thought it said chest x-ray not check x-ray, totally off the mark ~
Complete thread -- Exact context please i.e. full sentence Thnx
Complete thread -- "End" smooth K-wire or "In" smooth K-wire? pls sm
Complete thread -- Nope but thanks. Will have to flag.
Complete thread -- bony changes?
Complete thread -- Wow, can't hear that at all. Definitely a "b" sound at the beginning. sm
Complete thread -- E to A changes
Complete thread -- Shoulder discomfort. Check x-ray to see if there are any s/l be-lee changes. Belay?
Complete thread -- Found it, Auralgan - thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- *S/L Orogan 10 mL 4 drops in the ear 3 X a day as needed
Complete thread -- help with a couple of terms that s/l "LET" and "charmstray"
Complete thread -- Finding info on bioelectric medicine. Possibly your s/l is "synaptic" (Google)
Complete thread -- Better watch out. She will pulverise you for being nice and thanking her
Complete thread -- (I'm sorry to throw back the cloak of mystery here, but SM
Complete thread -- Sha. I'm probably more confused now than when I started, lol.
Complete thread -- Yes, though the degree to which they constrict is less of an issue than that they DO, to
Complete thread -- (so, to beat a dead horse,) SM
Complete thread -- Okay, that makes sense. Not necessarily a need to see if they react equally and at the
Complete thread -- (sorry) I've always had 2 shortcuts for the various versions, one with a "y" in it for
Complete thread -- Usually the MD sees roughly how many mm is the dilated pupil on one side before the light
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- (I argued with my MT professor from what I thought I had been hearing my MD peers say.
Complete thread -- I was trying to determine similar to that via search. So, on exam,
Complete thread -- (my MT professor rejected "pupils equally reactive to light and accommodation,"
Complete thread -- that's the problem, I can hear it one of 2 or 3 ways too, depending.
Complete thread -- I agree w/ OP, more likely to be "trachea."
Complete thread -- (suggestion for the future: Occ helpers find 2 blanks in same question too overwhelming to
Complete thread -- (suggestion for the future: Occ helpers find 2 blanks in same question too overwhelming to
Complete thread -- (I believe that is the case. Docs quite often refer to metamyelocytes as simply "metas."
Complete thread -- I hear 3 different versions, so I'll just keep quiet, lol.
Complete thread -- Oops, then again, your first word has suddenly changed, so maybe not.
Complete thread -- (hehehe!! :-)
Complete thread -- (It is not just you! :-)
Complete thread -- I agree that nm has captured the intended meaning, if not the exact words.
Complete thread -- Well, for a 3-word report, at least you have 2 of the words correct
Complete thread -- Seriously, how many 3-word reports have you ever seen?
Complete thread -- Anyone else believe that "have no other information" bit?
Complete thread -- ? if saying decubiti based on the past medical history. Also
Complete thread -- sounds like it, but weird, i am going to flag thanks
Complete thread -- i have no information this is an odd record
Complete thread -- (agree with Jax)
Complete thread -- bizarre... "bioelectrical medicine, synaptic"? ....still very odd and questionable....
Complete thread -- bioelectrical medicine/ s/l synathic
Complete thread -- I hear "Pupils equal, reactive to light."
Complete thread -- WAV. Would like to know what others hear here.
Complete thread -- Just a WAG: thorough look
Complete thread -- At this point, we elected to return to the operating room in 24 hours ...
Complete thread -- I will listen. Thank you!
Complete thread -- listen for 10 mL.
Complete thread -- Does this dosage make sense?
Complete thread -- Please email me sm
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is meaning meta(myelocytes) and myelocytes? I guess I will leave blank.
Complete thread -- And I do know there are metamyelocytes.
Complete thread -- "Meta and myelocytes" were elevated at 5 and 2%. Are there metacytes??
Complete thread -- hemicolectomy with osteotomy placement? are you sure about that?
Complete thread -- Two s/l! [slaps] colostomy and infected wound [decra-da-Q]
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene! I've heard of the term, but he sure is slaughtering it!
Complete thread -- oops. hit wrong key s/b parenteral
Complete thread -- parenteral antibiotic therapy (OPAT) is now the standard of care for a ...
Complete thread -- s/l per rent al - may be parebteral antibiotics
Complete thread -- parenteral
Complete thread -- PT admitted with dysuria and persistent fevers. sm
Complete thread -- I posted a link to this over there.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- probably referring to when last discarding old medical records
Complete thread -- with my 2004 date of "purge"
Complete thread -- Not able to post this on Rvus for some reason, but my kids
Complete thread -- I think you misapprehend the subject...
Complete thread -- good thinking!
Complete thread -- transpapillary, maybe
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Might want to review how images are obtained with ultrasound. The
Complete thread -- Where is the incision? The knee? redness in the knee still?
Complete thread -- adhesion?
Complete thread -- ah. but no apostrophe needed, just hyperals.
Complete thread -- I just can't make that fit my S/L though it surely makes sense!
Complete thread -- hyperal's, plural.
Complete thread -- not familiar with "high dialysis"
Complete thread -- totally disagree
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- erythema
Complete thread -- the IUD itself is fine
Complete thread -- (infected incision) ... is tender with some redness and [uh needsuh].
Complete thread -- 4 hits on PubMed versus 3 for "ingester," pretty weak documentation. I'd go with ingestion
Complete thread -- Sure thing! Makes it easy when minor editing allowed. Have a happy Sunday!
Complete thread -- That sounds like a good idea to me.
Complete thread -- i.e., "is in keeping with" reads to me like "is consistent with."
Complete thread -- It may possibly be string, but I don't see anything that indicates "very well seen."
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but can you change to ingestion?
Complete thread -- The patient didn't have any renal problems but thanks for guesses. I guess I
Complete thread -- Prior heavy alcohol "ingestor" but presently denies. Is that a
Complete thread -- "IUD itself" could be "IUD string" since the IUD itself is actually
Complete thread -- Is it "hemodialysis"
Complete thread -- ok, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thats a great thought! Nothing else makes sense. Thanks! Guess I'll flag! :)
Complete thread -- maybe just slurring AND s/b anemia stable and tolerable? (due to blood loss)
Complete thread -- I've listened so many times and keep hearing "hyperalysis" so will flag it.
Complete thread -- If she is still of child bearing age, sure (intrauterine device)
Complete thread -- any mention of (temp)kidney failure maybe; high dialysis
Complete thread -- radiology
Complete thread -- ? life support assist
Complete thread -- anemia stable "and intolerable" (last line of the report)
Complete thread -- might be riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2;Coenzyme Q10 (CQ10)
Complete thread -- riboflavin, CoQ10?
Complete thread -- He is going to be placed on s./l "high paralysis." I can't get "hyperalimentation"
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- That makes sense. Thank you. :)
Complete thread -- I bet the word he wants is extant.
Complete thread -- rotation
Complete thread -- No, because I think some pts have more adverse reactions with
Complete thread -- The patient "doesn't tolerate Niaspan" but apparently takes niacin. Hmm. Would you
Complete thread -- Protrusion? Also after rectocele there should be no period
Complete thread -- s/l....Crew-tea-shun of the anterior vaginal wall ..sm
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- extension sounds better to me
Complete thread -- Yeah, I was starting to think so too. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am going to leave it blank because he was too clear on epsic.
Complete thread -- sounds right to me - extent (extension of the swelling to the soft tissue
Complete thread -- googling HIV and the dose suggests Epzicom
Complete thread -- epsic 600/300
Complete thread -- preseptal edema with lateral soft tissue s.l "extent" adjacent to the globe.
Complete thread -- hmm, all I can think of is some type of bacteria name? But?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Here is the content of the dictation.
Complete thread -- ? anything to do with "crusty" ?
Complete thread -- how is that used in the sentence? What are the surrounding sentences?
Complete thread -- There is a CHILD-1 diet, maybe that is what he/she is referring to.
Complete thread -- Need ENT word help
Complete thread -- don't know your s/l but should be "neural foramen" not neuro
Complete thread -- could it be, by any chance, schwannoma? ...
Complete thread -- that is my problem also. has anyone got any suggestions?
Complete thread -- Word not in onelook and when I google I don't find anything
Complete thread -- is word trinoma correct?
Complete thread -- 2-year-old with type 1 diabetes. Will allow s/l *peds 1* diet ...
Complete thread -- buttressing
Complete thread -- osteochondral loose bodies with anterior joint space with associated s/l butricing of
Complete thread -- The PA confirmed the liver was enlarged to the level of the rib
Complete thread -- Check out Asacol
Complete thread -- yes. Ty
Complete thread -- Pediatric GI
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- gastric polypectomy, cautery: 2 blanks....
Complete thread -- It's probably "trachea" but I def hear a "p" in there so don't know
Complete thread -- bronchial tree?
Complete thread -- I can't even understand 90% of the above post. Is it just me?
Complete thread -- on right track, (no expansile aorta) looking for aortic dissection (rupture)
Complete thread -- large and ptotic
Complete thread -- bronchoscopy rpt: "tortuous (s/l too-pee-a)
Complete thread -- anatomic nature maybe?
Complete thread -- yes ty.
Complete thread -- re: breast reconstruction. ... given the fairly large s/l entotic nature of the left
Complete thread -- Pfffffft. Yah right
Complete thread -- Amen to that!!!
Complete thread -- LOL!!!! True:))))
Complete thread -- Ah I see. Thanks for explaining. I wondered. lol
Complete thread -- pull up the thread; believe you are totally missed it below
Complete thread -- Maybe "not so expansile" aorta. May be stating *expansitile* as a variation
Complete thread -- Thanks all, but will flag.
Complete thread -- Her abdominal exam revealed a palpable, but not s/l not-to-expanse-allie-orta.
Complete thread -- "Maxar" arm sling
Complete thread -- I've posted a WAV file.
Complete thread -- It definitely sounds like it begins with an *M*.
Complete thread -- the suggestion is that the OP is not hearing the sentence clearly
Complete thread -- Ossur?
Complete thread -- Pt fell and has her arm in a *master* sling.
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like much of anything, but it is there and it starts with
Complete thread -- low voltage? I have no idea, except that is what your s/l looks and sounds like to me.
Complete thread -- I haven't seen a crime yet, so you are definitely overreacting. As far as the
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was achieved with "lovotisal " electrocautery as needed
Complete thread -- See if anything here helps
Complete thread -- using a combination of VersaJet and *bread thread* knife.
Complete thread -- She clearly says 4.25 but I flagged it.
Complete thread -- Well, I know I will flag since t.i.d. would be a total of 12.75 mg.
Complete thread -- Xanax for 0.25 mg?
Complete thread -- They actually come in strengths up to 2 mg. She's not correcting but I probably will
Complete thread -- Probably saying 0.25 - oh .25. I would flag because that is a
Complete thread -- Diovan, Norvasc, Xanax "4.25 mg t.i.d. p.r.n.," and ibuprofen p.r.n. weird Xanax
Complete thread -- oops forgot link!!
Complete thread -- see link, notice the words used to google s.m.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- That has got to be it!
Complete thread -- I think the other helper just may have IT
Complete thread -- Timo being a headrest
Complete thread -- Wonder if it's Timo B (Timo Size B)
Complete thread -- It says nothing about bilateral livers LMAO! Costal=ribs - felt under ribs bilaterally
Complete thread -- Of course you didn't, becuase it is good advice, and you would NEVER give good advice.
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- Not familiar, long time since did radiation, a guess, team OB may be
Complete thread -- T-Bar?
Complete thread -- They appear to be blaming the above "Get over yourself" on ikmkfg.
Complete thread -- What does that mean. Darlene, herself, started this whole mess by
Complete thread -- Radiation oncology help
Complete thread -- (this comment is NOT related to the transcription, but just to the math involved...)
Complete thread -- The L lobe of liver extends L of ML. In NBs & w/ liver disease, L lobe can be palp SM
Complete thread -- I doubt the anomalies include bilateral livers
Complete thread -- (thanks)
Complete thread -- (hmm,...newborns tend to have largish livers, palpable in ML and beneath LCM at least medi
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (I agree with other helper who suggested blank, and flag, it.)
Complete thread -- troubling... "inferior costal margins" would be a more customary statement.
Complete thread -- good advice
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think you should leave a blank
Complete thread -- perhaps angled, as in the x-ray beam was at an angle to best visualize the
Complete thread -- would I use costae and bilaterally?
Complete thread -- so costa is correct? Infant has multiple anomolies internal and external.
Complete thread -- could be indicating at the level of the ribs, but usually on the right side, not
Complete thread -- in the Z-score (not sure if you need the hyphen, but I think you do)
Complete thread -- It probably means to check the arc of the screw placement
Complete thread -- He had obtained his DEXA scan recently, which showed hip mild osteopen ...
Complete thread -- Infant autopsy - the liver is at the level of the s/l costa bilaterally.is this right
Complete thread -- I don't think so, it's something to do with checking position of the screws.
Complete thread -- WAG: transenteral pressures? I presume the sphincterotomy was at opening of CBD into intes
Complete thread -- maybe short for "archived" ??
Complete thread -- I know, you get crabby at someone once.... LOL
Complete thread -- No, the word starts with an "a" sound, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for guess but it sounds more like "eh salt" (eh salt dash Taxol)
Complete thread -- checked?
Complete thread -- we did x-rays and s/l "arked" (not saying marked) the x-rays
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Could it be AC-Taxol therapy (adriamycin plus Taxol)?
Complete thread -- Mrs. xx received "A saul"- Taxol chemotherapy (a saul dash Taxol)
Complete thread -- I know it's not you. Someone's trying to hint at something, apparently?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- if he initiates a lying down straight leg raise or tries to do near end-range hip flexion
Complete thread -- initiates laying down straight leg raise or tries to do ___ in-range hip flexion seated
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ikmkfg is my "name" on my work computer and since I wasn't at work today s.m
Complete thread -- Walking, the pain is much less now. He still gets some pain and discom ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nor is ikmkfg a Darlene troll, if that's what you're implying.
Complete thread -- how is the poster ikmkfg supposedly related to Darlene?
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS says with numbers to use the colon. As far as "verbatim" goes
Complete thread -- without reinforcement they are trace to absent. Medial hamstring without reinforcement is
Complete thread -- Don't worry, when you grow up, you'll appreciate mom's great advice.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- if not sure do it verbatim as you have it 1 to 4
Complete thread -- I guess he's referring to dosage, switching from 0.5 mg of pramipexole 3 times a day to
Complete thread -- but paused and thought the better of it.
Complete thread -- pramipexole to ropinirole - "1 to 4 conversion" Would this be 1:4
Complete thread -- He asked whether it is okay to go to spinning class the next day or tw ...
Complete thread -- Without reinforcement they are trace _______ absent. Medial hamstrings ...
Complete thread -- ostial (heart) osteal (bone) but good idea to look up too
Complete thread -- IKMKFG
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- s/l "salmon" passer,
Complete thread -- Ostial
Complete thread -- Get over yourself
Complete thread -- Look up both words.
Complete thread -- Stenosis
Complete thread -- s/l transentilator pressures
Complete thread -- I can hear that now. Thank you.
Complete thread -- true?
Complete thread -- Ortho note, WAV help please.
Complete thread -- Chill, darlene. I was posting as "Just me" earlier today. I didn't post above.
Complete thread -- yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Thanks, mom.
Complete thread -- ummm below what/where. I was not even on the board. Trouble maker
Complete thread -- still at it "JUST ME" Just stop it. No point but to cause trouble.
Complete thread -- Oh bull! don't "so what" Don't pin your crimes on me. Your "purpose" was what? Huh.
Complete thread -- LOL!! Now I see why Darlene has so many fans!!!! LOLOL
Complete thread -- Oh good greif Darlene!! It was Just me. So what??? Chill
Complete thread -- Someone needs serious anger management help!! Geez
Complete thread -- Ummm below!! Geez!! Try to be nice to Darlene is like.....???
Complete thread -- So there ARE not account instructions - and this is not a board to use to cheat for
Complete thread -- It is quite obvious you didn't look these up. Also, try MedLexicon (in blue box at top)
Complete thread -- Thanks! Spelling is correct.
Complete thread -- Might be acidophilus, but verify that spelling, please.
Complete thread -- You should never "go with" something unless you can verify it first
Complete thread -- Medications - multivitamins, s/l "adistafilifus", glucosamine
Complete thread -- show me a past post where I said this. Troll-lllllll
Complete thread -- Then go by standard guidelines for when to abbreviate and when to expand.
Complete thread -- " I have NEVER advised this. Stop putting words in my mouth
Complete thread -- Sandra, you can easily use Google to find answers to many of your
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES: ORIF, IM fixation, left femur. Closed fixation, left pa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. He stated it several times and was so clear I would've gone with it anyway. :)
Complete thread -- You're testing for a job and have already asked 10 questions?
Complete thread -- :o
Complete thread -- adiposis dolorosa
Complete thread -- I transcribe whatever tense is dictated. nm
Complete thread -- google it like this
Complete thread -- When transcribing CTs, should you put them in the present tense? or pa ...
Complete thread -- it is a test applying for a job so there is no account instructions ...
Complete thread -- I can't seem to document "double-barrel pylorus" though it sounds clear.
Complete thread -- depends on your account. Open reduction, internal fixation, intramedullary fixation...
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS and many other style guides, entities do get capped.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES: 1. ORIF IM fixation, left femur. 2. Closed fixation ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for catching that. Didn't realize I left it off.
Complete thread -- Oops, just got back. Didn't realize I left off the other hyphen, lol.
Complete thread -- Where I work, that is a title - name of a department/clinic. We cap all clinics and
Complete thread -- I agree, the context is weird, but I did hear the wav and TIA was very clear.
Complete thread -- Should be right-hand-dominant. Something else...
Complete thread -- And you need to take Darlene's advice...read rules
Complete thread -- No never cap unless in a title
Complete thread -- s/l "Pap-o-let'-us"
Complete thread -- Orthopedics!!!!
Complete thread -- cushings and *hempo doseroloma*
Complete thread -- When it has "ortho was consulted" in a dictation. What is the ...
Complete thread -- NM, I decided to flag.
Complete thread -- maybe some kind of bacteria, like Lysteria?
Complete thread -- Would Ambien 10 mg *twice a day* be possible dosing for a male with
Complete thread -- I agree. If you have to spell out the ten, then you should spell out the milliliters
Complete thread -- And it should be right-hand dominant male, by the way.
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- Yes, it's an entity in this sentence so it gets capped.
Complete thread -- Sandra, Sandi, etc, I see you are new here. Take a moment and read the rules
Complete thread -- This is a 44-year-old right hand dominant male with a laceration over ...
Complete thread -- Depends on the context.
Complete thread -- Do you capitalize Occupational Therapy if it is referred to in a medic ...
Complete thread -- BK wound is draining s/l urine-right TIA!
Complete thread -- Oh Lord.... I meant TEN. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I don't. I start with 10 mL
Complete thread -- I would think: Ten milliliters ..... would be correct gramatically
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yep, found that but was thinking there was something else
Complete thread -- Procedure: 10 mL of 1% lidocaine without epinephrine was injected a ...
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- extricate
Complete thread -- extract?
Complete thread -- A 44-year-old right hand dominant male had his left hand caught in a r ...
Complete thread -- onelook.com link on hypogastric
Complete thread -- for me, I would probably put "on" black stool, merely distinguising OLD as opposed to
Complete thread -- for volume averaging to equilibrate...
Complete thread -- googling in quotes brings up 1200 hits.
Complete thread -- sure, not sure about where is fits in your dictation. Link, look over phrases
Complete thread -- WAG - but Decon-A is a cough syrup
Complete thread -- That's probably it!
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Aneurx (Medtronic) Link, can click around inside
Complete thread -- Could it be fluorescein dye (used in eye exams)?
Complete thread -- Oops, guess I was off... I do hear 90 now too! Sorry!
Complete thread -- integrate?
Complete thread -- list of allergies
Complete thread -- s/b "AneuRx"
Complete thread -- I also hear 90 actually, still looking at previous records re her age.. thanks!
Complete thread -- I think he says "Will be 90 in the near future" *(her age)
Complete thread -- They hypogastrics were clearly identified. Can you write hypoga ...
Complete thread -- pleura
Complete thread -- I think its "managed"
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Chest MRI - s/l right posterior "klora or plora" - ESL dictator
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Endovascular periabdominal aortic aneurysm utilizing a Medtronic anure ...
Complete thread -- Endovascular periabdominal aortic aneurysm utilizing a Medtronic anure ...
Complete thread -- exam revealed some old red blood *onto* black stool and some dark stool.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- bedtime, Bystolic, *decona*, Protonix 40 mg p.o.
Complete thread -- thanks !
Complete thread -- medial
Complete thread -- still something before this.
Complete thread -- metal?
Complete thread -- are you sure it's not UTIs?
Complete thread -- anesthesia complication?
Complete thread -- if you would google your s/l you wound get your answer.
Complete thread -- There is a Kelly plication stitch. There is also a Quill suture.
Complete thread -- internal fixation of patella fracture
Complete thread -- ha, thanks... not for me on this one
Complete thread -- if slow wayyyy down on your end, prob., can hear it better, usually works for me.
Complete thread -- guess need to flag, unable to find in Tessier under "C" or "K"
Complete thread -- agree with assessment of Lo, bout time she learned med. does not seem to help herself
Complete thread -- reciprocal?
Complete thread -- revision of surgery _____ complication and wishes to proceed.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not really familiar or know how search beyond "link"
Complete thread -- followed by anterior closure using *krelly* type stitch
Complete thread -- I hear "as is" nasal septum towards etc.
Complete thread -- and markedly deviated nasal bone _____ nasal septum towards the left side.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- There is a sicca syndrome, without more info, not sure is what you need sm
Complete thread -- _________is more painful with more
Complete thread -- forgot my question mark...is the patient suffering nose bleeds?
Complete thread -- breathing, not bleeding.
Complete thread -- On ROS under HEENT she keeps saying denies "SICKA" symptoms. What is that?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- head elevated has been helpful for his pain and bleeding and _____ bleeding.
Complete thread -- The *preciprical* therapy pad would be needed to go along with the cold therapy
Complete thread -- s/l "once this area was dissected as we liked, and ..."
Complete thread -- Once this area was dissected _____ and approximately
Complete thread -- THANK YOU VERY MUCH
Complete thread -- That might be it. Will flag just in case. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Biotronik Evia
Complete thread -- the amount of ?
Complete thread -- Sorry, still hearing the old wav
Complete thread -- The new wav file is there now. Thanks for any help.
Complete thread -- Old wav still there...
Complete thread -- Wav help please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- some noise
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- areola?
Complete thread -- EVA. She has an EVA VVI pacemaker. EVA?? or maybe he stumbled
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like first words might be "significance of...
Complete thread -- Mammogram finding
Complete thread -- lymphoproliferative disorder. _____ lymph nodes were noted, although they wer
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- thinking that ASK = arthroscopic surgery (of the) knee.
Complete thread -- Gaenslen's test
Complete thread -- positive FABER on the right, positive *genslund* on the right.
Complete thread -- well, that'd sure make sense, but that's not what I'm hearing.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sure it is not OSA?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "right knee ASK or AFK" in the PSH, and I can't figure out what this is..
Complete thread -- you were right! plain as day now..
Complete thread -- guess maybe "vertigo"
Complete thread -- development of reduction of his urinary stream
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- ligamentum nuchae
Complete thread -- Sm please
Complete thread -- interspinous ligament of s/l mookey TIA!
Complete thread -- oh, jees, got it. "and I refer you to the dictation which is pending..."
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- WAV. pretty sure what I'm hearing here, but still don't understand what it could mean
Complete thread -- In case it's still not clear, that was done jokingly, hence the quotations marks and wink.
Complete thread -- You certainly seem to know whereof you speak regarding "condescending."
Complete thread -- I honestly don't give a rip if you like my tone or not.....
Complete thread -- thanks for catching that!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!!! I have one blank and I am sending it in.
Complete thread -- intima
Complete thread -- and changing from medial to "media"
Complete thread -- DOH!!! thanks!
Complete thread -- intima
Complete thread -- separation of intima.
Complete thread -- meant: in a side-to-aorta and vein graft fashion
Complete thread -- second to the last blank......
Complete thread -- okay. this one might end being a blank. on to the next one (only 2 left)
Complete thread -- side-to-aorta and vein graft fashion is what I "hear."
Complete thread -- what I hear is "in a side aorta or vein graft fashion"
Complete thread -- I have tried to hear end-to-side for an hour. what I hear is "in side aorta and vein
Complete thread -- since you are looking for any suggestion, I don't hear aorta.
Complete thread -- side-to-aorta or end-to-side to aorta ??
Complete thread -- I know this is going to sound very unprofessional and I hope it does not make somebody so
Complete thread -- well, his definite "x" really threw it off, so one almost could hear "disease" in there,
Complete thread -- Not that there was any reason to be rude but I think the comment was made sm
Complete thread -- but, what do you hear? even if it does not make sense to you (or anybody else), I would
Complete thread -- sorry, I'll leave this to the "experts."
Complete thread -- varices. that was my first instinct and a gal I work with said she thought he was changin
Complete thread -- about what? what did you go with, Lo, varices or varix disease?
Complete thread -- now, this one makes me feel really stupid because I think I know what he said, but
Complete thread -- surely you are joking
Complete thread -- retracted, think varix disease is correct.
Complete thread -- THANKS!!
Complete thread -- oh, maybe... yeah, think so.
Complete thread -- can't hear wav anymore, but perhaps stripped? I think they avoid stretching.
Complete thread -- OF good quality, not A good quality. See my msg below for correction and answer.
Complete thread -- seems to be changing his mind midstream from singular to plural, varix to varices.
Complete thread -- could it be varix disease??
Complete thread -- I thought it was varices, but I hear an X in there.
Complete thread -- varices
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- TMI (too much info) LOL
Complete thread -- here's another one...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- yep. this is a 4-vessel CABG.
Complete thread -- "to the"
Complete thread -- are they harvesting the vein as part of a CABG?
Complete thread -- I know. I hardly ever do that, but I was feeling foolish after I posted it because it
Complete thread -- I am pretty sure you are right, but don't ever tell the helpers what you hear on a wav,
Complete thread -- I agree it is probably many.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- DOH!! Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- a family history
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- go, girl. the other one has been answered. ;)
Complete thread -- I would guess many (several) as opposed to mini.
Complete thread -- I hope somebody with lots of CABG experience is here. Or, maybe if not experience
Complete thread -- I agree with poi...it could be either mini or many. please sm...
Complete thread -- many? mini?
Complete thread -- please help confirm, wav posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 25.9 25.2 24.9 SM
Complete thread -- was left in place
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- The patient's H&H was monitored throughout the hospital course and his ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- developed after oral intercourse.
Complete thread -- Apparently this develop _________ intercourse. ...
Complete thread -- I flagged it already, but you're probably right! Thanks so much
Complete thread -- That might be it - thanks! ...
Complete thread -- BNP?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- cimetidine stated fast?
Complete thread -- ?maybe BMP (basic metabolic panel?)
Complete thread -- Pulmonology
Complete thread -- Just approved this summer. No wonder I hadn't had it
Complete thread -- I just now flagged~!
Complete thread -- not even one suggestion? Pleaassseeee?
Complete thread -- Xarelto
Complete thread -- female with a past medical history of shortness of breath
Complete thread -- DVT prophylaxis with s/l "siralto" for 1 month. nondisplaced left hip
Complete thread -- collection of subarachnoid blood?
Complete thread -- (s/l calexity) subarachnoid blood
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Wouldn't change if that's what you hear, but would change it to "moved physicians"
Complete thread -- steatoblepharon
Complete thread -- tp has s/l ceato blepharon procedure blepharoplasty
Complete thread -- Advair 250/50 twice a day and _______________.
Complete thread -- What would you do with this sentence? ESL
Complete thread -- you can also try using reference range instead of normal range
Complete thread -- second one might be mometasome furoate
Complete thread -- I think she may be saying "MACAR"....?????
Complete thread -- could it be Agar???
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Baerveldt
Complete thread -- cataract surgery s/l barvalved 250 model
Complete thread -- has anyone heard of an (s/l ACAR) lab test?
Complete thread -- That first one might be hydroxychloraquine (a lot of docs pronounce it wrong, hydro
Complete thread -- medication help, s/l hydrochloracon, s/l monapason furape
Complete thread -- and you can also add the IE Tab extension to Chrome (like I have for Firefox
Complete thread -- I wonder if that's what he means? I guess I have no choice but to flag. s/l Doxatil
Complete thread -- Interesting. You're right, they don't work "directly" in Chrome, which I use as a backup
Complete thread -- docetaxel, maybe
Complete thread -- cycles of chemotherapy consisting of cyclophosphamide, s/l "doxatil" (?means Doxil?),
Complete thread -- oh, and thanks. :)
Complete thread -- Yep, think that's what I'm doing. Amazingly, not a single other MT has put a subheading
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Neurologic?
Complete thread -- heading suggestions? for a psychiatric H and P.
Complete thread -- Oh, I can hear that now too. :))
Complete thread -- Thanks!!! ...
Complete thread -- microunits per mL
Complete thread -- anticardiolipin?sm
Complete thread -- google this in quotes "lupus anticoagulant and * titers"
Complete thread -- s/l "curley pin"
Complete thread -- What in the world? I'm hearing "lypience per mL" LOL What is that!
Complete thread -- I can't hear wavs because I use Google Chrome, but below
Complete thread -- diatheses
Complete thread -- GI history
Complete thread -- WAV-laboratory studies from this visit show a TSH of 5.13 ipm(?)/ml
Complete thread -- Silly me! I think eleven is correct. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- I just found that and I think that is it - but he does make the "pr" blend sound.
Complete thread -- I wonder if it could be pedicle?
Complete thread -- Neurology consult - "s/l bradical" rods and screws - ESL dictator
Complete thread -- 11 ?
Complete thread -- s/l ** Levin ** embolization
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. Enjoy your evening.
Complete thread -- DMARD
Complete thread -- inflammatory arthritis: chronic s/l dee-mud therapy.
Complete thread -- I disagree with billybob on that.
Complete thread -- you know it's violaceous, yes?
Complete thread -- okay...I thought there was hyphens because of this post from billybob
Complete thread -- thanks for your opinion
Complete thread -- No hyphens (nm)
Complete thread -- how about PPS - peripheral pulmonic stenosis? Does that make sense? ...
Complete thread -- "at the sites of" (meaning in location of) makes sense (sm)
Complete thread -- no hyphens
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- both words, different meanings.
Complete thread -- seminal?
Complete thread -- wondering if "at the sites of" makes sense
Complete thread -- I entered variations in Medlexicon.com, and thought it may be BTS, but that's bradycardia-
Complete thread -- Balfour
Complete thread -- I think it's fine.
Complete thread -- hemilaminotomy, hemilaminectomy. Only used "nec" in the past but doc say first word
Complete thread -- anyone???
Complete thread -- infant history
Complete thread -- is this correct hyphen usage??
Complete thread -- vessels ? vas deferens and the vessels of the cord, before they are joined, ...
Complete thread -- A *val-shire* retractor was applied to the cervix.
Complete thread -- s/l pittner might be Kitner retractor Tissier 3rd ed. pg 1199
Complete thread -- s/l binels or vinels
Complete thread -- around the ____ approximately 2.5 cm inferior ... electrocautery and _____ small
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I hear "facet degenerative changes" also
Complete thread -- facet degenerative
Complete thread -- facet joint degenerative changes
Complete thread -- MP3 - I am not positive on degenerative either.
Complete thread -- If you would have shut up and let the OP give more context, she might
Complete thread -- It sounds a bit awkward, but I think the explanation is like this..
Complete thread -- blood pressure cuff was placed ___ on the right lower extremity
Complete thread -- extremity and _____ anesthesia team was placed
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- might be pivoting
Complete thread -- "The Pittner" retractor was then placed
Complete thread -- blood pressure and?
Complete thread -- s/l BPN symptoms TIA!
Complete thread -- ? b.i.d.
Complete thread -- got lots of results in google when put as "bnp normal range"
Complete thread -- Where can I find normal BNP range? TIA
Complete thread -- Alphagan 1% one drop s/l BRD.
Complete thread -- thanks (yesterday) to the poster who gave the radiation/irradiation explanation!
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I just can't make it out! Still think it's something to do with tendon rupture.
Complete thread -- Ah! Didn't think of disturbances but it makes sense!
Complete thread -- thank you, both
Complete thread -- s/l jay voo ven (might?? be Jantoven) best to flag tho
Complete thread -- I meant to say "a problem in addition to" something appropriate to pain
Complete thread -- I'd flag it, depending on what else the note says. If pt has
Complete thread -- got it, disturbances
Complete thread -- plastic surgery tendon rupture
Complete thread -- observances? observations?
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me, merely clarifying who referred pt to pain management, that's all
Complete thread -- long followup of what? might give a clue to direction to search
Complete thread -- What would you do with this?
Complete thread -- was described as arthralgias, myalgias, and paresthesias at first
Complete thread -- That was it? Wow! You're welcome. Glad I could help!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Stedman's ophthalmology shows hypermature cataract.
Complete thread -- actually there is supporting documentation, tho not run into myself as yet
Complete thread -- I almost hear --- "bleeding, infection, _______ recur, and she agreed...
Complete thread -- s/l hyper midtrack cataract removal
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear something about a tendon rupture.
Complete thread -- I can't quite get it. What procedure is she going to undergo?
Complete thread -- included bleeding, infection, _____ and rupture.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Going to have to flag this one unless he comes up with the correct word.
Complete thread -- You're very welcome!
Complete thread -- I found it -- Setopress
Complete thread -- We started aggressive wound care. A *cetopress* wrap is placed to the RLE.
Complete thread -- tx so much
Complete thread -- NM it was wiggle
Complete thread -- s/l label his fingers
Complete thread -- Center and was seen for ______ replacement of right tissue expander continued care
Complete thread -- all can think of is thoracectomy Surgical resection of a portion of a rib.
Complete thread -- formulary coverage
Complete thread -- I was thinking he had to mean thrombectomy, but you're not hearing it. Wonder if he means
Complete thread -- Doc is saying thor-ectomy sm
Complete thread -- it's cell counts
Complete thread -- s/l selcans
Complete thread -- since a transplant; alternative name for FK .tacrolimus (Prograf)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l bola may be bullae
Complete thread -- oops did not see this until after I posted IKMKFA
Complete thread -- wav already gone I guess
Complete thread -- s/l few bola
Complete thread -- thanks, darlene
Complete thread -- yes (sorta like influenced by)
Complete thread -- S/L Ferix may be (?) Ferrex (anemia)
Complete thread -- does the word colored fit here?
Complete thread -- help wav
Complete thread -- s/l supratic may be suppurative jaundice.
Complete thread -- cholestatic jaundice?
Complete thread -- close as can get to s/l gally is Gelpi retractor
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l supratic jaundice
Complete thread -- not sure if mastoidectomy ends & new procedure begins?
Complete thread -- WAG -- premature??
Complete thread -- google has some hits, might want to investigate to see if fits
Complete thread -- Flagyl 500 mg q.i.d. for seven days and *me cot durate* one daily.
Complete thread -- One brother had *demonna* heart disease
Complete thread -- mastoidectomy *katra* operation.
Complete thread -- had to flag and send
Complete thread -- s/l FK toxicity....
Complete thread -- s/l Gallay retractors (appy)
Complete thread -- Yep
Complete thread -- of course he is, he expects you to make roses out of s*it!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- gotcha!
Complete thread -- ;-P, the docs there seem to see people for chronic or acute general ortho issues too...
Complete thread -- LOL Yes, thanks! And he is VERY particular too. You would think he would dictate more
Complete thread -- don't know your s/l, but just curious what sports the patient plays if s.m.
Complete thread -- sounds like "jay-joo-ven" ???? he sucks!! :-)
Complete thread -- Sports Medicine - medication list - "s/l" Ferix
Complete thread -- OP gave the sentence before, and I'm sure if there was anything after she would've posted
Complete thread -- Any ideas on what you think it might be?
Complete thread -- I think that last one might be Wellbutrin.
Complete thread -- thanks so much everyone... he is a joint effort!
Complete thread -- are you sure about Januvia? doesn't sound like that to me and there is no mention of s.m.
Complete thread -- senna is not capped, BTW.
Complete thread -- First two blanks - Pro-Stat, gemfibrozil (all I could hear)
Complete thread -- theophylline after MS Contin
Complete thread -- Gemfibrozil is after senna
Complete thread -- No clue with no context so no help here
Complete thread -- Might possible be fee slip?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- need help with meds
Complete thread -- fwiw, there's also -imab, -omab, etc. (try OneLook with *mab)
Complete thread -- -umab drugs (from OneLook.com)
Complete thread -- denosumab? (got stuck on the idea of the z, with zumab, before)
Complete thread -- -zumab drugs (from onelook.com, *zumab search)
Complete thread -- Pt is to have a long followup. This is noted on the s/l V Slip or C Slip.
Complete thread -- -zumab drugs (from drugs.com wildcard search, alphabetized)
Complete thread -- not sure if this will link correctly. if not, try *zumab in Wildcard box at drugs.com
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Dinsozamab? treatment of breast cancer
Complete thread -- not kyphoscoliosis?
Complete thread -- s/l kypho cirrhosis
Complete thread -- if you google upper pelvic pole you will see various explanations, i.e. uterus, ovary,
Complete thread -- I would say pole pertaining to upper pole of the kidneys possibly
Complete thread -- what fits here?
Complete thread -- patient has asthma and pain. medication s/l natapfaril
Complete thread -- type of?
Complete thread -- "antibiotic precautions" would be kind of weird, wouldn't it?
Complete thread -- First one might be antibiotic. Second one..minimal?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- sorry, post below deleted because of too much patient information.
Complete thread -- and, Rainier is associated with almost all of northern Oregon
Complete thread -- Seattle's not in Oregon
Complete thread -- No, I don't know, but Rainier s/l it might be in Seattle
Complete thread -- do you know what town in oregon?
Complete thread -- Patient is a sophmore in high school at Rainier s/l 3 8, or 3A, Oregon ...
Complete thread -- wow, I'm tired. I started searching database for a Dr. "Haze" for a cc.
Complete thread -- *trial of RBPH* (patient with some type of BPH)
Complete thread -- finally found it! TUIBN TUIP
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- patient has an orbital wall fracture
Complete thread -- Hmmmm an arthritis cream for heart surgery???
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- She is using __________ spray p.r.n. ...
Complete thread -- love that explanation
Complete thread -- thats the word thanks
Complete thread -- demented?
Complete thread -- tp is s/l deminent psych report
Complete thread -- oh, I think that could be. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Cryovein?
Complete thread -- vascular surgery word help - sm
Complete thread -- is this something like a fluted (gl)ass?
Complete thread -- thanks will have another listen.
Complete thread -- propranolol? omeprazole?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- medication help - sm
Complete thread -- aortogram
Complete thread -- Ty!!!
Complete thread -- capsaicin
Complete thread -- prep for heart surgery, One aliquot of 181 mcg of ?? Was given
Complete thread -- Never mind. I think he's saying free all the adhesions.
Complete thread -- Sharp dissection was taken so we could free s/l "ozee-sa-bacon"
Complete thread -- cardiac cath
Complete thread -- yep, agree with MT that is how they often speak/dictate
Complete thread -- s/l elaboration form" may be- laboratory form (lab slip, prescription slip ??)
Complete thread -- link; scan some of the phrases, you will see/figure it out what is meant I think
Complete thread -- g a p f j o Good one! Don't get that one much
Complete thread -- I would not either; just means not to exceed "3" pills a week
Complete thread -- perhaps dictator just didn't dictate it or cut off? I'd go as dictated if CLEAR
Complete thread -- indentation
Complete thread -- s/l identation
Complete thread -- Infectious Disease is an entity here and should be capped.
Complete thread -- forewaters (1 word...yup, there it is!) Thanks so much, both of you
Complete thread -- exactly why context is everything
Complete thread -- I hear forewaters a lot. Valid term. Did you search yourself? There is a lot
Complete thread -- I've heard forewaters before
Complete thread -- don't think so - I had the same thought, but it really sounds like "fore" or "4"
Complete thread -- how about full?
Complete thread -- delivery: big bulging (s/l fore) water bag
Complete thread -- dengue fever serology?
Complete thread -- nevermind - found it
Complete thread -- s/l barbasia antibodies (ESL)
Complete thread -- Also, the way I think of it is past tense or present? They are getting radiation, they
Complete thread -- Didn't OP open any of the links and read for him/herself to see if it fit?
Complete thread -- I have only found 2 cases where you actually might use irradiation -
Complete thread -- (him)
Complete thread -- funny, but makes sense in doc speak (as in "I didn't scope hime)
Complete thread -- thanks, it was the 1-3 pills per week that confused me sm
Complete thread -- Does the phrase "I did not instrument his anus" make sense?
Complete thread -- I would not. It does not seem like much but the whole seems like
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- opinions please. Would you flag this (see message)
Complete thread -- sorry -- consider mesenteric ischemia (based on context)
Complete thread -- There is no such thing as metastatic ischemia! Consider:
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. It has to go in.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- how do you format E. coli B 157? I get that the B is strain. The 157 is normally
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Complete thread -- increased interstitial lung markings ?
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Complete thread -- Thank you. I did end up going with it as my research seems to support. : )
Complete thread -- Yes, that must be it! Value fits, too. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- just a thought, but is PO4 phosphorus?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I always use a ? because it's ultimately not my report or decision
Complete thread -- S/L it might be "materially unchanged" from
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Complete thread -- it is impossible to tell if doc is saying "radiation" or "irradiation" pls sm
Complete thread -- There was question of _____ diarrhea at home.
Complete thread -- Yes, I guess that could be it. Are you familiar with this or have heard it
Complete thread -- creatinine 2.3, calcium 9.8, eGFR 28, *pee oh for three point seven,* vitamin D 44.
Complete thread -- not sure, but I believe "and changed" is "unchanged"
Complete thread -- ? volume
Complete thread -- urine calcium 0.3 *vie-um* 45 mL. NP giving lab data. Please sm for
Complete thread -- status today is _______ and changed from pre-admission screening function
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- clearly says both, think I'll put a / in between thanks
Complete thread -- ?sure he's not saying "urgent, um, urgently"
Complete thread -- He was taken urgent emergently to the operating room. sm plse
Complete thread -- closest I can come is atypical anuria of C. difficile.
Complete thread -- typical diarrhea (of?)?
Complete thread -- She has no _______ C. difficile; however she was
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just me, but I would type 2-1/2 inches
Complete thread -- how to type "2 and one-half inches" for thoracic excursion
Complete thread -- Actually, I'm rethinking this and listening again. Saw the p.o. in another of
Complete thread -- I'll flag. He has enough blanks in this report, anyway, and need to send to Q. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I think it's connected to the 200.
Complete thread -- She has no *atypical barrier* of C. difficile however
Complete thread -- Could he be saying PO? I have sometimes heard them say PO for inhalation.
Complete thread -- I must of not spelled it like that in the first place...thanks.
Complete thread -- Ipratropium bromide 17 mcg 200 *dee oh* inhalational 2 puffs q.6 hours p.r.n.
Complete thread -- I tried once, but I will try again thanks.
Complete thread -- go to google, type in your s/l, see the suggestion
Complete thread -- s/l beta lactums
Complete thread -- In a hospital means "cardiorespiratory emergency" (CPR +)
Complete thread -- Oh, I see. Some emergency situation, identified by different colors or code.
Complete thread -- What does it mean? Thanks.
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis.
Complete thread -- Cytotec? Seeing links regarding postpartum hemorrhage.
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Complete thread -- Father died during "code" at a hospital. Thanks
Complete thread -- We're switching to ASR soon, can't wait for the funnies!!!
Complete thread -- Sure. It is a suction D&C procedure. This is the context:
Complete thread -- Clue please - is this a procedure? A medication? A dressing?
Complete thread -- ASR funny: The patient is an 80-year-old at 38 weeks by LMP.
Complete thread -- 800 “of size-o-tack” was placed rectally.
Complete thread -- Yeah but what? ..... It's okay going to flag. Thanks anyways.
Complete thread -- E-lab something
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Take a look at that BP. I hear 108/70.
Complete thread -- "pale....(to self, "let's see...")...pale..." Cut off before "sick."
Complete thread -- and pretty sick
Complete thread -- She looks pale _____ sick.
Complete thread -- x-ray open mouth view
Complete thread -- also referred to as odontoid view
Complete thread -- like the corners of my mind...
Complete thread -- poster responded to you below
Complete thread -- LV gram is performed on cardiac cath...
Complete thread -- Thanks all
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Complete thread -- Makes sense to me - vagaries - erratic, unpredictable
Complete thread -- got muciphage...thx
Complete thread -- s/l...prominent muse-o-fa-ges of the rectum but no active colitis
Complete thread -- Apparently correct (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l open mouth view
Complete thread -- I'm thinking is what is was on imaging study (various kinds)
Complete thread -- Maybe drawer (as in anterior drawer)?
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster shows vagary (vagaries).
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Complete thread -- These are type B
Complete thread -- I think I'm hearing "these are..."
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Thank you. I think I will flag that then. I'm just not sure.
Complete thread -- Never heard that adjective used in that context. Not sure if meaning
Complete thread -- Thank you. Appreciate that. Would still like comment on original question, too!
Complete thread -- Thanks...I saw that as well but never too sure about wiktionary source.
Complete thread -- FYI it is diverticula not diverticuli
Complete thread -- 72-year-old female who developed DVT with
Complete thread -- sounds like vagarities - which seems to be a 'rare' word? see link
Complete thread -- Thank you soooo much!
Complete thread -- per Stedman it is Goulian
Complete thread -- Burn patient, split-thickness skin graft. s/l "Goolian" dermatome
Complete thread -- oops...s/l vage-air-i-teez TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- THANKS for link! I sure don't see a Bryer stress test. Grrr.
Complete thread -- breast volume?
Complete thread -- maybe grind?
Complete thread -- See link for knee tests, maybe something might sound familiar
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- that's right. thanks. Ta like in T, N, M staging. ...
Complete thread -- indicating stage? Ta??
Complete thread -- high-grade TA bladder cancer. What does TA stands for? ...
Complete thread -- consider Enablex
Complete thread -- Enablex?
Complete thread -- dictated Anabolex as medication in PMH, but in USA they only use anoplex
Complete thread -- ...here's the trademark specimen for Sweet-Ease.
Complete thread -- here's a mention of it as "Sweeties" but Sweet-Ease is correct.
Complete thread -- Sweet-Ease? Found in archives, so research further to be sure.
Complete thread -- used during a circumcision procedure
Complete thread -- help :)
Complete thread -- thanks for all th ehelp
Complete thread -- The last one is "No need for steroids at this time."
Complete thread -- He is stable at this point in time. Drug sounds like Miloxin (meloxicam?)
Complete thread -- Been doing this job 31 yrs and have NEVER heard something so bad.
Complete thread -- thanks for helping poi, really appreciate it.
Complete thread -- #2 tamsulosin? #3 Stable?
Complete thread -- okay, now I am hearing 6 years ago...maybe it is time I hung up my headphones :)
Complete thread -- 1. brain hemorrhage surgery?? ( I don't hear 6 years ago)
Complete thread -- another mp3 please .. thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- thanks got it poi, think he was referring to the abdomen, as I hear "mild ascites".
Complete thread -- Now you're using it? Are you the OP? What changed your mind?
Complete thread -- for the first one I hear -He might have mild____ lower extremity edema.
Complete thread -- second one - as well as QuantiFERON Gold TB
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- See if link helps!
Complete thread -- He does not have any hematuria, neither gross nor microscopic.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- vitreous was removed from the s/l "bopping of the restroom" retinal breaks
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Complete thread -- (orestu), Lasix
Complete thread -- Does "gross volume" make sense? S/l "goose volume"
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Complete thread -- Allergies: ________ which gives him severe rash. ...
Complete thread -- which should _________ him to come back to clinic for evaluation. ...
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Complete thread -- left ventriculogram?
Complete thread -- you measure that on an echocarciogram. Does that help?
Complete thread -- in each hand?
Complete thread -- caveat
Complete thread -- At that time, she had a left ventricular ejection fraction of 50% by _ ...
Complete thread -- which demonstrated angiographically normal appearing coronary arteries ...
Complete thread -- agreed. It is not suction, dilatation and currettage, It is suction D&C.
Complete thread -- since mentioned seizures - Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES),
Complete thread -- yes, thanks "lobe" my final answer
Complete thread -- AH! I bet thati's it! Thank you :)
Complete thread -- hmmmmm.....thanks
Complete thread -- ? coiling
Complete thread -- Google in quotes "lateral lobe of the parotid"
Complete thread -- must be low, later in report he says "partial"
Complete thread -- s/l crying procedure (for cerebral artery aneurysm)
Complete thread -- can't tell if "low" or "lobe" sm plse
Complete thread -- i bet that was it...too bad I already sent it. Thanks for listening
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- try PRES syndrome on google and see if that's it
Complete thread -- PRES
Complete thread -- small area with calcification?
Complete thread -- I had to send it on - sent to QA. Thanks for your help
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Complete thread -- I hear small "?pus" air. Wait for others
Complete thread -- Was to be my guess too sm
Complete thread -- lactulose
Complete thread -- pediatric GI - constipation
Complete thread -- found it -- Sween, skin moisturizer
Complete thread -- wound healing clinic question -- patient with MRSA having what s/l Desonide "swee-"sm
Complete thread -- found it - Transobturator Tape
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Complete thread -- That would be it! Thanks.
Complete thread -- it's there now :)
Complete thread -- i'll try again
Complete thread -- nothing there for me
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- ?from at home medications-dorzolamide , trade name Trusopt
Complete thread -- s/l "shoe sop" eye drops, Cosopt eye drops,
Complete thread -- I guess I wouldn't because it's all one procedure. dilation and suction (versus sharp)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- exercise video s/l kill bilge, anyone hear of it
Complete thread -- She wasn't suggesting it was. She was naming another
Complete thread -- definitely not hycosamine, flagged adn sent, thanks
Complete thread -- Suction dilatation and curettage. Is there a comma after suction?
Complete thread -- Can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- sounds like the hyoscyamine = "hycosamine" problem that a good 90% of them have,
Complete thread -- Great link... thank you! Didn't find my s/l though. May need to flag.
Complete thread -- I think he is a little dyslexic perhaps??
Complete thread -- see if this link helps you
Complete thread -- I wish, but no. thanks, will flag.
Complete thread -- neuro, he keeps saying cryoheptadine 4 mg for migraines. only thing i can find is
Complete thread -- to clarify, I heard "continued to discern the different structures..."
Complete thread -- is that a question?
Complete thread -- auto-CPAP?
Complete thread -- Shoulder - Negative Hawkins, Neer's, s/l MEM-or-ees signs. SM
Complete thread -- ESL, 60-year-old woman bronchitis: s.m.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I flagged that too. It was stat and had to go.
Complete thread -- No idea on your s/l, but I think K-Dur is in mEq, not mg
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- Here is a link that defines each.
Complete thread -- Per archives, the X is capped. Otherwise, looks good to me.
Complete thread -- Cionni. nevermind. ...
Complete thread -- had not finished editing when I posted the drug list.
Complete thread -- lid speculum
Complete thread -- Sounds like argorol. I found Argyrol but this not p.o.
Complete thread -- Dictated as T4aN1cMx lesion? is this right? not a single google hit on it as is..
Complete thread -- perfect
Complete thread -- He, upon further questioning, has had a reaction to morphine in the past.
Complete thread -- Yes, might be rural area. Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- oops. hit enter too soon
Complete thread -- might be a regional thing, or milk farm in a rural area? A guess.
Complete thread -- I think MT50 right, here is documention link. Don't use hyphens/slashes when googling.
Complete thread -- He is able to carry a gallon of milk *in a can.* He finds that...
Complete thread -- desmophytes are formed bridging the vertebral bodies
Complete thread -- can also just enter your phrase in Google.com this is what came up
Complete thread -- www.drugs.com, search by condition, your s/l is close
Complete thread -- I would NOT let it pass. The will/do pass the buck, who is to know, not you.
Complete thread -- Ever heard of "tamitexole" for restless legs?
Complete thread -- Ooops. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thams
Complete thread -- Not sure what kind of questions you mean -- English usage is
Complete thread -- RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) nm
Complete thread -- oh shoot, not made clear, all I heard was "3", I meant to use ( )
Complete thread -- I hear and 3 *nerve roots) proximal lumbosacral etc (in case you return)
Complete thread -- Have to send on. Thanks
Complete thread -- nevermind... had to send in STAT job...
Complete thread -- is there another board I can post non-medical transcription questions?
Complete thread -- Neurosurgical consult - .wav sent
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- see link, second hit ?? may be what you're looking for
Complete thread -- buried
Complete thread -- nerve_____ drusen with pseudopapilledema. There were _____ drusen
Complete thread -- SMAS
Complete thread -- Sorry about that....allergy s/l tine-tabs TIA!
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Complete thread -- That is it. I have been doing this for 6 years and never heard that! Thanks
Complete thread -- underlying *smaz layer* internally on that aspect
Complete thread -- doesn'
Complete thread -- So glad I came back before I flagged! The dose fits! All is right in my world! Thanks
Complete thread -- Once these areas were ______ a running 6-0 nylon
Complete thread -- reagent?
Complete thread -- Apresoline
Complete thread -- glucose s/l free agent strips
Complete thread -- To me, it sounds like ampicillin. That fits the UTI. Still seems odd?
Complete thread -- no, came in for exam of swollen digits with no history of Sjogren
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Complete thread -- MP3: s/l _ RSD ?? "Interestingly enough, his grandmother has ____ RSD?? and SM
Complete thread -- Sjogren's?
Complete thread -- "cytes"
Complete thread -- Gilbert's but sound like Jo-Bear
Complete thread -- PMH list, s/l shopes diz er rain
Complete thread -- antiepileptic drug
Complete thread -- Ahh...you may be on to something. I'll dig a bit to see if it fits!!! THANKS!!!
Complete thread -- Up above is a link to MediLexicon, which has a list of abbreviations.
Complete thread -- what is AED? AED such as gabapentin?
Complete thread -- oops, thanks
Complete thread -- FYI ilium not ileum
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Bisco-Lax (bisacodyl) which is a laxative?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Bisco-Lax (bisacodyl) which is a laxative?
Complete thread -- Gilbert's (pronounced jobear or jill bear)?
Complete thread -- Gilbert disease?
Complete thread -- incision had to extend below the umbilicus
Complete thread -- got it, color vision
Complete thread -- s/l "jail bird disease" ?? pt with complex history listed below with context
Complete thread -- followed by insertion with *on power* through the ileum crossing
Complete thread -- Infectious disease consult sm
Complete thread -- bowel was markedly distended and erythematous. _____ extended below
Complete thread -- s/l taller vision
Complete thread -- possible internal hernia at the *balsus* all localized in the right upper quadra
Complete thread -- is taking Coumadin, *bis coat*, niacin product from over-the-counter
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- VBAC- vaginal birth after cesarean
Complete thread -- discern
Complete thread -- cesarean section, s/l V-Vac, elective AB.
Complete thread -- He/she is definitely using a form of patulous (meaning wide open), not sure if that is a
Complete thread -- MD referring to fundoplication - the valve was patulent... sm
Complete thread -- Agree with MT50. Don't make a huge deal of it, no letter, but
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Personally, I would call that assistant and explain that she "must be mistaken" that I had
Complete thread -- so welcome!
Complete thread -- OMGosh!!!! It's been one of those mornings! ESL plus a Tues ick day = brain cramps.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- adventitia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- do you send documentation of when files are received? (sm)
Complete thread -- 2 blanks but the same word (sm)
Complete thread -- Have listened very carefully for "syn," but she's not saying it. Tx for your help!
Complete thread -- Still not sure but it is "continued to ____ the different structures"
Complete thread -- Not dictation related, need advice!!
Complete thread -- continued _____ at different structures
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- syndesmophytes?
Complete thread -- Lumbar x-ray: Large 'desmophytes' identified.. more
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- labra (see link)
Complete thread -- Hilar dissection continued (not sure of the next part)
Complete thread -- First one is an attempted Pringle of the hilum (as in Pringle maneuver)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- An attempted *pringle* of the liver hilum... dissection continued *through this curre
Complete thread -- No it does not... the "going to I believe" seems to be incorrect
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- that is all info, i can provide.. never mind tnx
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, maybe it is too early for me, but is this original sentence part of the history
Complete thread -- HISTORY: Meniscal tear with pain, pop, and surgery on the right tibia ...
Complete thread -- Do you any other information, i.e. full before and after sentence, name of procedure,
Complete thread -- Standard knee technique using local s/l **strength value**
Complete thread -- Blue towels were placed on the periphery and using sterile technique t ...
Complete thread -- just like that is fine
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- malnutrition, marijuana...
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Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- I hear "refuses to go off"
Complete thread -- thanks for the link it was amoxapine
Complete thread -- See if you can hear one of the meds on this list: See link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tp is taking s/l oxypine 10 mg psych report
Complete thread -- or maybe it's to go off (makes more sense?)
Complete thread -- to go on HRT
Complete thread -- and eats a lot. She absolutely refuses...
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Complete thread -- She ______ refuses to go up HRT which is Premarin 0.625 and Provera 10 ...
Complete thread -- buttress pad
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Complete thread -- TY
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Complete thread -- zero parallax on...
Complete thread -- zero parallax
Complete thread -- tracheostomy tube
Complete thread -- cribriform is full of holes, like a seive.
Complete thread -- YW. Your spelling lead me there. I searched *nichia on onelook, which
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!! No wonder I couldn't find anything. My spelling w ...
Complete thread -- I'm not familiar with reduction towers. Is this spinal surgery?
Complete thread -- koilonychia?
Complete thread -- Thanks to both!
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Complete thread -- iron deficiency symptom
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Complete thread -- "Thirty six point one thousand" is 36,100
Complete thread -- please see message stat job
Complete thread -- I really appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- the pia is a membrane that covers the brain underneath the skull
Complete thread -- Great care was taken to maintain that there was *0 paralack* there on ...
Complete thread -- After listening again, I'm pretty sure it is pial. Is cerebral pial hyphenated? Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think it was in her peritoneum
Complete thread -- Not that, but thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I can sort of hear that, but I can't find much on cerebral-pial collaterization.
Complete thread -- pial
Complete thread -- puddle?
Complete thread -- I gave him a blank. Thanks
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- The reduction towers were reduced down to the *RD* stage. ...
Complete thread -- P2 ?
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Complete thread -- mL.
Complete thread -- Is this transcribed correctly or should "cc per minute" be typed differently?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'm hearing fissures
Complete thread -- She does have dried blood and multiple areas of _________ that are con ...
Complete thread -- was intra----- and irrigated well...
Complete thread -- exactly; dilutional 869 hits on PubMed, dilutionary 1 hit.
Complete thread -- the shunt tubing that was s/l "in ter pertanium" irrigated well
Complete thread -- Thanks for responses. I changed it to something that I normally hear. It's actually hard
Complete thread -- That's good. I would never imagine myself qualified, just find it concerning
Complete thread -- We proceeded then to s/l "bew-la bra" and proceeded to perform a small craniectomy
Complete thread -- pulmonary interstitial disease?
Complete thread -- pulmonary s/l elastic disease
Complete thread -- I should have pointed out, dictators fancy it up all the time in dictation and journals
Complete thread -- All that info is in the pharmacy system and a red flag should
Complete thread -- I bet you have gotten this in dictation; just forgot. dilutional hyponatremia
Complete thread -- it is a word
Complete thread -- I'd replace something that's not a word with something that is.
Complete thread -- I agree. Well said.
Complete thread -- No, I would go with as dictated.
Complete thread -- Would you change "dilutionary" to "dilutional"
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- Do you ever want to send a note when you see drug interactions in the med list?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll listen for that.
Complete thread -- no context, so WAG: mispronouncing Xeloda
Complete thread -- Do you have any other info i.e. illness, diagnosis, sentence ?
Complete thread -- Guessing maybe MacOS X viewer?
Complete thread -- I found it: chord length.
Complete thread -- That is correct and the spelling is correct. Some have von and some h ...
Complete thread -- I'm starting to think it must be chloroquine because of the similarity to quinine.
Complete thread -- ? von Willebrand - check spelling
Complete thread -- GI HPI
Complete thread -- retraction
Complete thread -- Eye surgery. Chord or cord? Thanks
Complete thread -- drug s/l...you-lot-ah....nm
Complete thread -- "s/l mac-cas-in" viewer (Please Help. Thank you)
Complete thread -- related to a viral syndrome versus drug fever secondary to "calliquin"
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Bentyl
Complete thread -- medication s/l benteen or benthen. Patient has abdominal pain and loose stools.
Complete thread -- yes :) I did hear that. thank you
Complete thread -- along its entire course? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I like the band. I can hear the R. Will flag as I have another area where she made an
Complete thread -- band?
Complete thread -- reversible
Complete thread -- sounds like bran, brand, brain?
Complete thread -- knee pain
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you both, I think I'll have to flag it. It's so clear, but I can't make sense of it
Complete thread -- My docs run them all together, I did as they dictate. They don't seem to care
Complete thread -- laxity ?
Complete thread -- My initial guess was pendulous excess (skin), but then he says there was none of that.
Complete thread -- stammering on schizophrenia?
Complete thread -- s/l az-ex plse sm for context
Complete thread -- She has a younger brother with bipolar and ____phrenia
Complete thread -- "Chemistry panel showed" would be more correct, IMO.
Complete thread -- Ronguers...just a guess though ...
Complete thread -- BUN and creatinine are not electrolytes although they are commmonly tested together with
Complete thread -- I don't see anything wrong with it....?
Complete thread -- electrolytes showed BUN 28, creatinine 1.3, calcium...
Complete thread -- Waldeyer's tonsillar ring
Complete thread -- Many thanks
Complete thread -- Waldeyer throat r.
Complete thread -- s/l Wall'-thire's ring
Complete thread -- Jeesh, I wasn't even close ~ thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Bovie...finally found it. ...
Complete thread -- Stumped me/sent a blank... thinking the first might be Weber as in reduction clamp and
Complete thread -- grounding pad adhesive?
Complete thread -- Open clavicle fracture doing ORIF. D: At this point, a reduction manuever was
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Complete thread -- google.com canthus + gray line to gray line see what comes up
Complete thread -- s/l attaching gray line to gray line
Complete thread -- TY
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Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- IVC prophyaxis?
Complete thread -- IV Cipro? ...
Complete thread -- repeat LFTs outpatient with Dr. ______.
Complete thread -- Wellbutrin dose and to repeat the LFTs as patient _____ long time.
Complete thread -- s/l IVC pro to rocephin
Complete thread -- Oh thanks.
Complete thread -- Kay-Wooler plasty?
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Complete thread -- Sounds like ge-lo-plasty History of subaortic stenosis
Complete thread -- I had reexamined the anal canal with a *brachial-harp*anoscope
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Complete thread -- Calmoseptine
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Complete thread -- if used to dictator and is "clear" I would go with it. Think just
Complete thread -- med s/l trimoseptime sm
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Complete thread -- found a sample report, not sure much help tho. link I'd flag it
Complete thread -- Could be one of those doc-isms that they make up, might be the area between the edge of
Complete thread -- He says again in another report though I can't quite make it out. Not sure if A or 8 and
Complete thread -- A pocket was made into the *pre*cheekbone area and the fat was then sutured into
Complete thread -- Wasn't sure if A or 8. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you!! Lilly ...
Complete thread -- I hear 877 watts but wait for others; have no idea what is usual watts sm
Complete thread -- There is a Yaz BCP. You could also enter your spelling on drugs.com
Complete thread -- Yaz
Complete thread -- Then one pass of CO2 laser at setting of _____ watts was applied.
Complete thread -- Gynecology
Complete thread -- yep, that's it, I believe. Weird how I could not find it on 2 drug sites. TY!!
Complete thread -- Cotrim?
Complete thread -- Allergies: s/l "Co-trum" and CECLOR. Current medications: None. Thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Kind of sounds like he says "at" then changes to "doing cosmetology"
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- IM nail?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Finger-to-nose and tandem gait is performed without ataxia.
Complete thread -- Finger-to-nose and ____ ataxia.
Complete thread -- got it, loteprednol
Complete thread -- WAV: diabetic retinopathy w/right eye blindness, left eye partial vision, glaucoma
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Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- 1 - concerning. 3- the president of a
Complete thread -- help please, wav posted
Complete thread -- blood gases were 7.28, 57, 42, and -2.
Complete thread -- Agree that if symptomatology is in the left shoulder, then what is intended by "both"
Complete thread -- capillary blood gas was 7.28 57 and 42, and negative 2.
Complete thread -- yeah sounds like ballotted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- listen for ballotted.
Complete thread -- The eye was *blotted* to ensure that there was no more excess fat. ...
Complete thread -- a second UNIT OF Aurora Dialysis Center?
Complete thread -- I'd leave both and add an "s" to elbow and wrist
Complete thread -- I know there's over 33 ounces in a liter so he must be misspeaking. Thanks.
Complete thread -- uh. no. that would be approximately 264 gallons!
Complete thread -- Possible to throw up 1000 L of blood?
Complete thread -- Wonder if he isn't saying anti-La????
Complete thread -- I didn't see those. Makes sense to me but I wondered if that was just too simple!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There are several hits supporting your thinking that it may be 'working.'
Complete thread -- ERCP:... stents.....removed with a cold snare via the (s/l workman) channel
Complete thread -- I agree. No idea on the second one though!
Complete thread -- I'd transcribe as dictated.
Complete thread -- Check out Ro . . .
Complete thread -- s/l Negative row. Negative y?
Complete thread -- I'd leave "both" out. Both=two.
Complete thread -- both means two SM
Complete thread -- to me, sounds okay as it is.They tend to short cut,if allowed to "add" can put "the"
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "approximately this afternoon she started" He's stumbling after
Complete thread -- Never mind, it was "successfully"
Complete thread -- The patient stated that s/l "approximately this a stenosis" she started to
Complete thread -- noted to have aspiration pneumonia s/l "soc sus wa" extubated.
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Complete thread -- "I'll spell this one"
Complete thread -- Wellbutrin, citalopram, _________ eplerenone, Prilosec, Sonata as need ...
Complete thread -- Drugs.com is where I found it with the s/l, which I have not been so lucky there most
Complete thread -- was just coming to suggest that. found by searching drugs.com with 500 mcg,
Complete thread -- Found it---- Daliresp.
Complete thread -- List of meds: Protonix 40 mg daily, s/l "dilarest" 500 mcg daily.
Complete thread -- now, I see why could not find. Name is " Launcher" and the PK1
Complete thread -- wheee thanks so much Jeannine. CATH. GUIDE 8F PK1 LAUNCHER
Complete thread -- PK1 catheter made by Medtronic . . . see message for several links
Complete thread -- listen for disc?
Complete thread -- That's it... thank you!!!
Complete thread -- steppage gait ?
Complete thread -- Neurology consult - "something" gait - ESL dictator
Complete thread -- I am unable to document this is actual. Heard of PK1 catheter?
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening... that might make more sense! :-)
Complete thread -- facial is what I hear. I think "The digital nerves," starts a new sentence.
Complete thread -- Neurosurgical consult - .wav sent
Complete thread -- wow. Would not have gotten that.
Complete thread -- no significant change
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Will flag. Cannot hold it up any longer.
Complete thread -- Sounds like splash to me but that makes no sense!
Complete thread -- wav file, hypokalemia, epistaxis, anemia.
Complete thread -- Just curious, could this be in Illinois. If so...(see message)
Complete thread -- I hear "growth" too
Complete thread -- sorry, missed a word. "Second unit of ar-vor-uh PC.
Complete thread -- totally stumped, s/l ar-vor-uh sm for context please
Complete thread -- growth - bet that is growth
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like good.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Jamaica, Queens in NY? nm
Complete thread -- Pt was born in Jamaica *coe-ins* and lived there until 3 years of age. ESL.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Abbreviations: BCR-ABL
Complete thread -- taking the easy way out, going with VR's version, BCR-ABL, since it will probably always
Complete thread -- genetics: BCR-ABL, Bcr-Abl, bcr/abl ?? Preferences, opinions?
Complete thread -- in case you missed the link below...
Complete thread -- use your head
Complete thread -- Glad I could help and glad you came back and saw this!
Complete thread -- and where in the op post was that indicated to fit to come up with it
Complete thread -- nice !!
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon...
Complete thread -- oh my, totally uneducated MT?
Complete thread -- you don't want to say that to me now, do you"
Complete thread -- oh my, totally made up guess?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- that's odd...
Complete thread -- not germane
Complete thread -- I believe it's "percu" as in "percutaneous"
Complete thread -- I think it
Complete thread -- maybe ? s/l perk/perku is Treatment. Patient Education Resource Center (PERC).
Complete thread -- The blank part of the dictation sounds more like he turned it off and ...
Complete thread -- Not PDQ, though that's a good guess. now is sounds like he's just stumbling!
Complete thread -- I'm hearing silicone removal, but he doesn't mention implants.
Complete thread -- When I googled I would "PDQ" which seems to be a cancer
Complete thread -- Patient has colon cancer with lymph node involvement- s/l perk, percu treatment?
Complete thread -- I'm posting a Wav, must mean 1983, your right. but clearly says age 83!
Complete thread -- Patient must be ancient if she had tonsils out at age 83, and not
Complete thread -- S/l silk band, slap band ???
Complete thread -- yup. my mistake. read the message too fast!! sorry about that.
Complete thread -- he excised two times lymph nodes that have baseal cell epithelioma sm
Complete thread -- dilated bile duct (with some large stones) was....
Complete thread -- don't know s/l either, but from above: a dilated bile duct with some large stones -was-...
Complete thread -- stones were. a stone was. I don't know your S/l though, sorry.
Complete thread -- Thank you Darlene
Complete thread -- stones was noted. Only *force* sphincterotomy could be done and smoky
Complete thread -- forgot to paste link pg 12
Complete thread -- hmm, I'm a bit confused as to what is being asked.
Complete thread -- TY. Also, I already turned in the report from below.
Complete thread -- Must be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- tell us what is said before and after, and what the complaint is
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- maybe s/l SV is no S3?
Complete thread -- Calgiswab?
Complete thread -- No "SV" (ess vee) or rub.
Complete thread -- s/l "kalgee" swab is used to swab the nasopharyngeal tissues, ...
Complete thread -- Unfortunately I was not able to find a hospital that has both an on-ca ...
Complete thread -- Pathology report help
Complete thread -- Tonsillar! Thanks!
Complete thread -- or tonsil enlargement?
Complete thread -- tonsillar?
Complete thread -- No bleeding gums. No "dontal enlargement"
Complete thread -- FLACRA
Complete thread -- thanks. I found canal compromise and it made sense, but I could not hear it until about
Complete thread -- canal
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- BTW, it's the intercondylar notch (between two condyles)
Complete thread -- bulbous (see link)
Complete thread -- Hi, yup, that was my thought as well. Just not pronounced that way. Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- eccentric (see link)
Complete thread -- angiography: short and ___ (s/l e-centric)
Complete thread -- s/l **bulbous section** New ortho doc op notes. No hits in archive. Google too but
Complete thread -- I am guessing means "Bromelain" ?
Complete thread -- med list.... "B-R-O-M-A-L-I-E-R" ??? herb 2 tabs daily. doc spells
Complete thread -- He probably means primipara. I'm just leaving it blank.
Complete thread -- lol - thanks!
Complete thread -- ever hear "prime" dictated for primigravida? The patient is a 27-year-old "prime"
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was probably it. Didn't have to expand. Just curious.
Complete thread -- uV = microvolts
Complete thread -- continued management (?)
Complete thread -- following a stroke is correct
Complete thread -- NM, short note and sending in now.
Complete thread -- WAG -- following a stroke ??
Complete thread -- Pt wants rehab for cocaine dependence. Call call *FARCA.* The phone number
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- 20-40 "UV" activity in the 7 Hertz frequency range. Is UV for ultraviolet here?
Complete thread -- a dose or two??
Complete thread -- Well now, if you google onion prostate cancer - ooops, sorry, doing a darlene
Complete thread -- I'm still not sure. Will have to flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Prostate cancer.
Complete thread -- ikmkfg
Complete thread -- usual defender of sloppy confusion.
Complete thread -- usual troll.
Complete thread -- assay
Complete thread -- I hear seratonin drug withdrawal syndrome - perhaps?
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Clearly saying PSA medications. No "C" in there. Ugh! nm
Complete thread -- Yes, I really appreciate you posting this.
Complete thread -- That's probably it! I type PCA all the time. Can't believe it lost me. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- Oh yeah, that's definitely it. I've actually had Lankenau Medical Center dictated
Complete thread -- PCA - patient-controlled anestheisa?
Complete thread -- C section patient. Her pain was controlled with *PSA* medications.. SM
Complete thread -- I can hear serotonin now, but there's another word in between that I can't get.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I wondered about that but it has a definite "c" sound.
Complete thread -- He is saying: She rec'd a dose of 2 of stadol for cramping..Hmmm..IDK! nm
Complete thread -- 2 (mg) of stadol?
Complete thread -- serotonin withdrawal syndrome ? can you hear that?
Complete thread -- She did receive a dose of *too a stadol* for abd cramping. Very fast dictator. Thanks
Complete thread -- dear, oh dear. that's about the study -of- heparin. not related to patient lab results.
Complete thread -- @@
Complete thread -- WAV psych note help
Complete thread -- Got it! It was iron sulfate. Thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- Medication help: s/l lorenzofate.
Complete thread -- Thanks! It is heparin Xa!
Complete thread -- ahhh this might be IT, yep. I have notes/list on these & forgot
Complete thread -- found this, no idea what it means tho. Would tend to flag myself..
Complete thread -- oops - I meant anti-Xa
Complete thread -- might be heparin Xa? - see message and link for lab test
Complete thread -- not tooo much like your s/l might be pilon fracture?
Complete thread -- Some surrounding text, before and after, would really help.
Complete thread -- Is there such thing as a "heparin x-ray"?
Complete thread -- for archives - malar
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! Thanks!! : )
Complete thread -- Agreed!
Complete thread -- now that was a good one dd (the more heads thinking the better)
Complete thread -- Thank you!! nm
Complete thread -- Finacea is used to treat mild to moderate rosacea (drugs.com)
Complete thread -- Wild guess, but when I read it I saw, now and then highball...nm
Complete thread -- s/l fenatia cream sm
Complete thread -- may be s/l haltaligus is homogenous (thyroid structure same) i.e, no likely malignant??
Complete thread -- Social history: Does not smoke but drinks *no-ven-dend* highball.
Complete thread -- Not much like your s/l but possibly Coreg?
Complete thread -- To the poster with the Lankinoll s/l
Complete thread -- Maybe the doc was referring to Lankenau Medical Center in PA?
Complete thread -- ortho surgery word help - sm
Complete thread -- Can only think of autologous, don't know if that will work for you
Complete thread -- It is Raynaud's, not Reynaud's. Might be helpful if you also
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- Dx do include: sm
Complete thread -- Med is All-rick 40 mg daily. Having a brain lapse.
Complete thread -- up north. However, this is very
Complete thread -- ...probably CVA tenderness.
Complete thread -- CVA (s/l punched in dernis)
Complete thread -- I would have put everything behind "pace" in parentheses. I hate to leave out
Complete thread -- I'm apparently not hearing the right wav.
Complete thread -- You really need to give more info. This doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- She was given a ring pessary with support ________ 0.24. This is very ...
Complete thread -- ... was careful to again identify my appropriate area of dissection?
Complete thread -- yes, fixed is correct sm
Complete thread -- I was careful to identify my *appropriator* dissection. TIA
Complete thread -- what does 22 10 and 18 stand for or how to type it?
Complete thread -- yep. I did. thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks for all help
Complete thread -- If I were doing this, I'd take out pacer.
Complete thread -- His current PRE 22/0 (PR is?)
Complete thread -- just want to make sure I am not totally off base here...when a doctor says "pacer" he
Complete thread -- blank #1 is strength.
Complete thread -- I sent a blank.
Complete thread -- He sees a physician at s/l "Lankinoll" for a yearly checkup.
Complete thread -- Mr. XXX will be back in our clinic in six months to assess his functio ...
Complete thread -- A 90-year-old female with known coronary artery disease and a mechanical aortic valve
Complete thread -- ohhhh cheez...thanks.
Complete thread -- complaint ???
Complete thread -- s/l plane
Complete thread -- Well..he may not be saying it but that is probably what it is. sm
Complete thread -- Oh..good one!
Complete thread -- No, it clearly starts with an M sound, but thanks.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- ? halo
Complete thread -- head was slightly dropped so that the s/l "malo" was at the highest point
Complete thread -- I think it is fine.
Complete thread -- , partially in,
Complete thread -- The background activity consists of a well-developed and well-regulated 20-40 uV UV
Complete thread -- I'm permitted to edit. Is this redundant? trying to conceive a pregnancy???
Complete thread -- resected and sent for s/l "fixed section" for histopathology.
Complete thread -- He was admitted to rehab hosp for debility secondary to heart trouble. SM
Complete thread -- why was the patient in the hospital? por could be for
Complete thread -- How about, the old tube, partially seen.... My nephew had an embedded tube.
Complete thread -- Myringotomy and tube placement
Complete thread -- oops, didn't read first; just read initial post
Complete thread -- probably three-way
Complete thread -- There was a benign-looking endocervical polyp which was avulsed.
Complete thread -- Try googling "mobile * uterus" and match your s/l
Complete thread -- Bartholin sinus
Complete thread -- Two S/L. Hispanic accent. Most vowels he pronounces with O sound. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- why is patient being seen? painful intercourse?
Complete thread -- s/l wire?? suggestions
Complete thread -- probably stuttering on "attacks" Let us know if you get the answer!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help!!
Complete thread -- Geez, I go back to listen and hear clear as day "the xiphoid process." Time to sign
Complete thread -- I hear Bovie electrocautery all the time. If you can recast I would do
Complete thread -- pacemaker poster - J is the shape the wire is in the atrium sm
Complete thread -- Surgeon twice says *electrocautery Bovie* with no word between. Are these the same
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear it now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Yeah, found all this too. Thanks! Turns out it's "vital" landmarks....
Complete thread -- I do hear an "nus" at the end so not sure about cyst. Thanx
Complete thread -- No, right file. lol I was hearing "had a concomitant." now listening for
Complete thread -- thanks for suggestion. I'll go back to listen for that but don't recall it
Complete thread -- Bartholin's cyst was identified....skin was marsupialized open
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Would not have guessed that. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- No, maybe you're hearing another voice file?
Complete thread -- Bartholian cyst?
Complete thread -- xiphoumbilical ?
Complete thread -- s/l b??tle and synus?? and s/l marsupulos open
Complete thread -- ? trichomonas
Complete thread -- I'm hearing concomitant. What was said before that?
Complete thread -- What I found when I googled...
Complete thread -- (Oops, should be almost *above* pubic symphysis if helps any.)
Complete thread -- incision from below the *vas-sillic* process to below pubic symphysis. Please
Complete thread -- She has a 'two-com-ah-ras' infection. ESL dictator
Complete thread -- cowboy-hat configuration LLETZ (loop excision of the transformation zone).
Complete thread -- transurethral resection of prostate w/ electrovaporization
Complete thread -- how about nonworking?
Complete thread -- I would hyphenate in this instance
Complete thread -- would like to reword a few words in this sentence and am looking for suggestion s.m.
Complete thread -- Sending blank, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you so much ...
Complete thread -- No, s/l accesses
Complete thread -- episodes ??
Complete thread -- "She has severe cough *accesses* which make her dizzy, lightheaded and nauseous."
Complete thread -- exogenously, exogenous obesity
Complete thread -- WAG - extravagantly obese? (not sure where your accent falls)
Complete thread -- S/l exangency obese
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for being kind and understanding :)
Complete thread -- remember, easier for me as it was not my report or my frustration ;-)
Complete thread -- Hmmm... you mean NOT giving up would be helpful?! ha ha Thank you!
Complete thread -- Not so good, just googled 240 mg po q.d. and searched ;-)
Complete thread -- You are SO good, MT50! How did you find this?
Complete thread -- That's it...thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- Surfak?
Complete thread -- sorry I'm of no help, cannot guess on the adjective that would go there
Complete thread -- Advanced-phase sleep disorder sydrome is my guess
Complete thread -- Medication S/L Zole-Frack 240 mg by mouth daily.
Complete thread -- LDCB (loop diathermy cone biopsy) ???
Complete thread -- "Stance" phase sleep disordered syndrome and sleep apnea.
Complete thread -- Cardiology (sorry!)
Complete thread -- Cowboy-hat LLETZ or cowboy hat LLETZ??
Complete thread -- What service is the dictator from, i.e. medicine, rehab, cardiology, etc.
Complete thread -- and use [anterior/posterior] and [anterior and posterior] drawer testing, but accts r odd!
Complete thread -- anterior and posterior
Complete thread -- [hidden] management of aortic valve replacement.
Complete thread -- Which to use? anterior posterior drawer testing or anterior-posterior drawer testing
Complete thread -- hypoperfusion would be correct
Complete thread -- Thank you. I tried to research but too much for me to try to understand. : )
Complete thread -- Cannot guess on it.
Complete thread -- I'll have to flag. Done with note and going to send in. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- I'm sorry I wasn't clear. She is saying one of those, but I can't tell which. What
Complete thread -- I would type it as hypo/hyperperfusion
Complete thread -- Sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- Oops, here it is, hit enter too soon...
Complete thread -- Trouble with hypo vs hyper in following...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- well-supported?? correct?
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- busulfan
Complete thread -- hmmm ...not sure about that...have to blank and send on. Thanks for the suggestion. :-
Complete thread -- s/l Boo'tho-fan
Complete thread -- she is 7 weeks 4 days by date. Is there a comma necessary between weeks and 4?
Complete thread -- ? normal-sounding valves?
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you so much!
Complete thread -- thank you... hear a strong "g" sound. I will flag.
Complete thread -- PMI nondisplaced. There is no s/l short valve. TIA!!!
Complete thread -- strained?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- the cyst lining ?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- She continued to be *strange* shaky, edgy, with signs
Complete thread -- could be "mind you" - an interjection, like "by the way" or "you know"
Complete thread -- feelings of progressive side effects (?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He was monitored for *failing* progress of side effect.
Complete thread -- sounds like "doomed" to me, but maybe "doomed...uh... future." But could be "doomed, dull"
Complete thread -- depressed with doomed dull future
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- was still feeling depressed of her _____ dull future and also preoccupied abou
Complete thread -- There was evidence of *several old* EPS.
Complete thread -- I thought that was not a word and it isn't. What did you mean to say?
Complete thread -- on the last discharge (?)
Complete thread -- some point indeed she was feeling better _____ discharge, but that feeling
Complete thread -- osseous?
Complete thread -- s/l O'shaas
Complete thread -- . The cyst *mind you* was taken and sent for specimen.
Complete thread -- possibly
Complete thread -- Normally would be giving type of suture, but I also hear
Complete thread -- is doc mangling "catheter"?
Complete thread -- ? catheter. I question placed by "the anesthesia."
Complete thread -- not a discussion of EKG, though
Complete thread -- Nope :o(
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- agree -- no comma before cyst
Complete thread -- ET tube?
Complete thread -- table. *icter* was placed by the anesthesia
Complete thread -- "the patient underwent gastrointestinal series" etc
Complete thread -- maybe gastrointestinal series ???
Complete thread -- I hear gastrointestinal in there
Complete thread -- Thought so but needed confirmation as not familiar.
Complete thread -- Ent is removing a lesion on patient's cheek. It sounds like he is say ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I know!
Complete thread -- ?and signs of sepsis?
Complete thread -- maybe s/l abuttamenting" to 30 is "augmenting( increasing to)
Complete thread -- oh dear, that's tough
Complete thread -- engraft = vein graft
Complete thread -- The patient went to the _____ once it showed no evidence
Complete thread -- with abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, *on sides of the sepsis*
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- this one is not right - left "engraft" to PDA. I'm still thinking on it
Complete thread -- "Is he just mispronouncing Keith?" This is what I thought too
Complete thread -- Using 2-0 Prolene on a *Keifer* needle one was placed through
Complete thread -- ? HEENT: Normocephalic
Complete thread -- except for blood pressure of 151/81, pulse of 62, _____. Neck: Supple.
Complete thread -- a LIMA
Complete thread -- Coronary artery bypass grafting revealed s/l alema to LAD, engraft smg
Complete thread -- Proud is fine. It means sticking up out of the surface. Common term in
Complete thread -- could be - definition: (of a surface, edge, etc) projecting or protruding from the
Complete thread -- screws being a bit *proud* on his follow-up x-rays.
Complete thread -- ?Xgeva (check drugs.com)
Complete thread -- Try googling this: injection prevention skeletal related events
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l extreve injection for prevention of skeletal related events sm
Complete thread -- ?comedo
Complete thread -- exploration?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- associated with *comedian* necrosis and calcifications.
Complete thread -- repair? (I think he says something that sounds like repari-ration)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I am pretty certain I am hearing trace but no idea what it is before that.
Complete thread -- going to be performed and also the _____ of the biliary duct can be done.
Complete thread -- Cruded???
Complete thread -- The abdominal trace ? negative. I'm hearing trace, trying to get
Complete thread -- not sure...going to blank and send on. Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- showed no acute infiltrates. ____ negative. The amylase was 18.
Complete thread -- maybe "full" ?
Complete thread -- respiratory excursions s/l are calm. TIA!
Complete thread -- "J" is OK (junction between QRS complex and ST segment)
Complete thread -- never heard that specific phrasing.. but think means the bend in the lead as it goes in -s
Complete thread -- anyone do pacemakers?
Complete thread -- Glad to find out that acronym... I've wondered for awhile now! :-P
Complete thread -- (hee,hee! In France one has "crudites" for appetizers! :-)
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- "WAG" is an acronym for "wild arse guess." SM
Complete thread -- wag = wild ass guess
Complete thread -- Hmm.. if that's what he's saying he's really saying it badly!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sometimes called ridged borders. (No scaling is REALLY odd for T corporis, tho.)
Complete thread -- autoantibody 230 (WAG! :-)
Complete thread -- ESL neurology doc - dictating blood work - s/l...
Complete thread -- I agree. I've never seen it used in medical reports, except for somebody here
Complete thread -- stationary cycling (no "and")
Complete thread -- OA in the feet. We...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??? equivalent to "elevated" perimeter as with tinea corporis?
Complete thread -- hydrocortisone ?
Complete thread -- (nm, "helminth" crossed my mind as well.)
Complete thread -- OA (osteoarthritis)
Complete thread -- We had a long discussion regarding exercise since she has significant ...
Complete thread -- DERMATOLOGIC: 5 mm erythematous macular area over her left anterior c ...
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSES: Gravida 3, Para 0-0-2-0 at 39-0 weeks for primary cesarean ...
Complete thread -- Is there concern that mother has a parasite?
Complete thread -- hydrochlorothiazide 1% for eczema, is that correct?
Complete thread -- All this comes under the heading "specimens" in the report. ...
Complete thread -- The "and" test was for longstanding left-sided, not that one.
Complete thread -- You are welcome! It is such a pleasure when something so easy for me can help another! :-)
Complete thread -- I don't understand. Is doc saying those items failed to be properly dispatched to lab?
Complete thread -- that's not a complete sentence--what's the whole thought?
Complete thread -- I don'
Complete thread -- Placenta, cord gases, cord blood, and "hellman" specimen from ...
Complete thread -- Thanks it. Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- Very good question. I double-checked and no, but thank you!!
Complete thread -- a dose of Curosurf
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Preemie DC dx: S/P respiratory distress syndrome, intubation and s/l adosocurser.
Complete thread -- ...that paperwork, and it should be...
Complete thread -- He asked renewal of his off work status. I told him that I will not be ...
Complete thread -- does the "for shortness of breath" belong to the beginning of the next statement?
Complete thread -- but with your explanation, you shouldn't put a comma before cyst sm
Complete thread -- How I'd do it....
Complete thread -- This doc now says "will continue OxyIR 15 mg p.r.n. for shortness of breath."
Complete thread -- thank you...
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after left-sided as well.
Complete thread -- the error would be the "daily" usually its prn
Complete thread -- punctuation with comma?
Complete thread -- Have you ever heard of nitroglycerin 0.4 mg sublingual daily?
Complete thread -- thanks. I think it actually sounds more like that.
Complete thread -- those kinds of symbols can misprint so safest to spell out IMHO
Complete thread -- maybe? nm
Complete thread -- that's what I was thinking
Complete thread -- will check that out. Thanks
Complete thread -- attenuation?
Complete thread -- s/l ex in you ay shun
Complete thread -- Sorry, meant: Is there anything in BOS-3 indicating one over the other?
Complete thread -- I only have BOS-2. Is there any indicating if the degree sign is preferred over
Complete thread -- ?discordant
Complete thread -- Thats it, thanks
Complete thread -- NM, such a short note and I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- enucleated
Complete thread -- Mitral valve normal in structure. *Accordance* systolic anterior motion... Please
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l any-co-lated
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Google "creatinine 1.07"
Complete thread -- BUN and creatinine were 12 and *one point oh seven* respectively. I'm only
Complete thread -- Pt had left breast lumpectomy, then re-excision for positive margins (sm plse)
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! Thanks for getting what I just couldn't hear myself.
Complete thread -- agree with you
Complete thread -- thanks, Ms. D. It sure was a new one on me...
Complete thread -- maybe dr. has a template?
Complete thread -- well-put-together?
Complete thread -- troponin I
Complete thread -- I actually think he is saying etc. which makes no sense at all
Complete thread -- Turners syndrome affects the ears.. maybe that is part of it?
Complete thread -- Is it Troponin I or Troponin 1? Thanks!
Complete thread -- small external ears?
Complete thread -- ROS: Pulmonary: [excedra]
Complete thread -- WAV Geriatric assessment note
Complete thread -- I believe it IS correct: did you see the helpers link? sm
Complete thread -- basilic vein is a large blood vessel within the arm
Complete thread -- did you attempt to research this in any way?
Complete thread -- deepers is correct
Complete thread -- Pt with harelip and cleft palate with "tool turner's ears." sm
Complete thread -- may be Smith-Petersen osteotomy (SPO) and pedicle subtraction
Complete thread -- you're wrong
Complete thread -- ?subtraction osteotomy
Complete thread -- another one - s/l Smith P osteotomy? SM
Complete thread -- thank you very much for the help. yes perirectal, #2 not sure - so butchered! thx again
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "deepers" basically means they will do deeper sections
Complete thread -- first one ?perirectal
Complete thread -- (second blank )basilics
Complete thread -- two more TAH/BSO blanks (pls sm and thank you)
Complete thread -- Really?
Complete thread -- Luque
Complete thread -- Oh! thank you very much!
Complete thread -- patient with scolioisis - s/l lukey rods?
Complete thread -- Can't be DEFINITELY saying deepers, as there is no such thing.
Complete thread -- An O'Connor? nm
Complete thread -- looking for name of a retractor for TAH/BSO surgery, s/l conroe/conroy sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but the doctor definitely says "deepers"
Complete thread -- pure guess, s/l deepers may be "feeders"
Complete thread -- there you go, the definitive answer. I really need to get another Stedman's Ortho.
Complete thread -- Thanks--this account wants cup-to-disc transcribed cup/disc. I see that I have a typo
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "deepers"
Complete thread -- I believe term is cup disk (cup-to-disc ratio is a measurement used in ophthalmology)
Complete thread -- I hear asymmetric CSF (compatible with "variant") to explain the "asymmetic term.
Complete thread -- ...or polyp, asymmetric
Complete thread -- s/l subtly
Complete thread -- What type of report? what is the heading - procedures performed, diagnoses?
Complete thread -- sorry, just searched archives, might be LTAC
Complete thread -- Pt has sacral pressure ulcer. Under Plan, dr. says he will need s/l ell-tek placement
Complete thread -- or polyp, a symmetric
Complete thread -- , more power, asymmetric CSF (meaning with magnification, increased gain) ??
Complete thread -- Hmm you both give me something to think about. Anyone else? Ty both
Complete thread -- something about the palate
Complete thread -- mri brain
Complete thread -- fleur-de-lis
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- hmm, this is way I break it down dx. Wait for others too.
Complete thread -- Maybe...
Complete thread -- ...then my second guess is Cidaflex
Complete thread -- fleur de lis
Complete thread -- Don't think so. Says, "Medications colon" prior to that word. Thanks though
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please. See inside.
Complete thread -- excess skin removed in a triangular *flora delee* pattern. panniculectomy
Complete thread -- Stedman's has open reduction AND internal fixation.
Complete thread -- This is a wild guess, but could doc be saying "medication side-effects?"
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for explaining that.
Complete thread -- med s/l sit-uh-fex no dosage info or diagnosis. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm sending it to QA with LITT underlined and flagged. will report back with their answer!
Complete thread -- i.e., try the above phrase with and without quotes to see the difference.
Complete thread -- humm how interesting, sounds like a possibility. sm & link
Complete thread -- agree with LITT
Complete thread -- try it, with "open reduction and internal fixation," for example.
Complete thread -- Looked for LET abbrev, got zip. maybe (a guess) her way sm
Complete thread -- some sort of brain lesion, the report does not specify.
Complete thread -- ..quotes. (Sorry, hit enter too quickly)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your answer. BTW, what is the difference about googling with or without
Complete thread -- what is the patient being treated for?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking LITT, any opinions?Laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy...
Complete thread -- ahh searched everywhere last night, no luck, was hoping you would return with ans.
Complete thread -- also, about 2x the Google hits with the "and" vs. none or comma.
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- I always add "and," but that's me. It could be totally justified, IMO,
Complete thread -- When dictated 'open reduction internal fixation,' do I add a 'with' or 'and' between
Complete thread -- Right after I posted, "field block" hit me. :) Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- rhinoplasty - ESL
Complete thread -- see link and search shelf
Complete thread -- I believe that refers to Lachmann, where something is placed on shelf nm
Complete thread -- Oh my goodness! Left my brains in bed today! Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l shelf test
Complete thread -- oh-o-o-o I believe billybob was right, yep
Complete thread -- rodding
Complete thread -- TY both. I'll go back and relisten. nm
Complete thread -- scoliosis status post spinal "routing" procedure
Complete thread -- second one, maybe common caruncle?
Complete thread -- first one is hydatid
Complete thread -- Liver cyst sm
Complete thread -- s/l progran may be Promogran sm
Complete thread -- thanks !
Complete thread -- transesophageal echo/cardioversion
Complete thread -- TE cardioversion or TEE ?
Complete thread -- I knew it was something obvious! Thanks so much for your time and effort;)
Complete thread -- menarche
Complete thread -- The patient comes in wanting to get back on birth control. Her period ...
Complete thread -- thanks for your help
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- found this, ICSI tho not like your s/l
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- go to google, type in: ivf i and see what comes up
Complete thread -- Yes (google sensed EKG rhythm)
Complete thread -- EKG shows atrial s/l "sensed" ventricular paced rhythm TIA
Complete thread -- She was called back to the hospital today after reviewing her ultrasou ...
Complete thread -- Thanks...confused me LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot, folks! Sounds legit to me. Bless you all.
Complete thread -- It's an error. He might mean 0.02 or 0.20, but I'd flag.
Complete thread -- I hear "to"
Complete thread -- troponin level equalled zero point zero point two --TIA
Complete thread -- sorry - let me try that again
Complete thread -- airplaned - link for you
Complete thread -- First of all, you provided a great post! (Lots of info and told us what
Complete thread -- Operative Report - Tubal Ligation Query.
Complete thread -- I think that is it!! Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Wow, thanks so much! Pedlar fits much better with his pronunciation....
Complete thread -- Don't know if this makes sense for you (see link)
Complete thread -- Knee pain. Pt to use *ped-lar* and one was ordered for her. I'm seeing
Complete thread -- pultaceous?
Complete thread -- 69-year-old female with a cyst: s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Robaxin?
Complete thread -- do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- med s/l povaxin
Complete thread -- Cervical MRI shows abnormality _____ signal T3 and T4
Complete thread -- what are the preceding words?
Complete thread -- s/l progran for a buttock ulcer
Complete thread -- corneas
Complete thread -- concomitant
Complete thread -- Certas
Complete thread -- I know what word I am looking for but cannot spell it right.. help please
Complete thread -- Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- or do as "for" 10 years
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- Whew! I was beginning to think there is no stopping you!
Complete thread -- Awesome. That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- not so much... just live in the area
Complete thread -- wow
Complete thread -- full, perhaps
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- How would you punctuate this sentence? s/m please
Complete thread -- There is UMass in Leominster? (pronounced lemonstir)
Complete thread -- cellularity
Complete thread -- Raymonsville or Lamonsville Hospital in Mass (near Boston?)
Complete thread -- Campath, perhaps
Complete thread -- New drug for CLL - s/l Compac?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- x10
Complete thread -- history is notable for diabetes mellitus x10 years (or times 10 years?)
Complete thread -- This is great info. Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- Context after: a polio syndrome since infancy.
Complete thread -- PMH significant for a s/l polio syndrome. I know of postpolio. You think polio
Complete thread -- see msg for info
Complete thread -- stage IV BE mixed cellarity Hodgkin's -- ? the BE TIA!
Complete thread -- How about *normal* ?
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. I don't hear an "s" sound at all . ..
Complete thread -- nevermind, found it! It's "end-tidal".
Complete thread -- "wag", rather.
Complete thread -- was *slow* ?
Complete thread -- muffled . . . . please see msg.
Complete thread -- *antile* CO2
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- provide voice clip??
Complete thread -- Then, PFO was inserted into the vitreous cavity and significant *shlar ...
Complete thread -- Ah, joys of the winter slowdown. One of the times when you'd most like a little extra.
Complete thread -- never mind. just cleared out my account. bummer.
Complete thread -- anybody want to do a power hour?
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- ? Prisma
Complete thread -- changed dressing to collagen with silver that is s/l "please ma" dressing
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- urine specific gravity 1.015.
Complete thread -- especially on the
Complete thread -- nope that is not it, sending it on. thanks
Complete thread -- believe he is saying 06/05/10, 15. Thanks to anyone who was trying to help.
Complete thread -- I read that example but feel that thirty is not that big a deal to write out.
Complete thread -- especially on?
Complete thread -- lab value, urine was six five one O one five
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you I will relisten
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- caudate
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- You're very welcome!
Complete thread -- Respiratory rate or respirations of 18 for the second?
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- you got it!!! thanks so much!
Complete thread -- liquefaction?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Recooner is probably lacunar
Complete thread -- new dictator....carotid endarterectomy...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Sounds like postural to me.
Complete thread -- WAV ortho note. Pt with pain & degenerative changes in her shoulders...
Complete thread -- two things here. s/l recooner see sentence and pulse of 84 ___of 18
Complete thread -- s/l cone-nate see sentence
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- mesh?
Complete thread -- crescentic
Complete thread -- we did a s/l crestinic cuff tear
Complete thread -- fabere (Patrick's)?
Complete thread -- She is tender at the right lower lumbar area. Extension loading
Complete thread -- TAH/BSO surgery: A running locking s/l meg suture was placed. sm plse
Complete thread -- peritoneal space?
Complete thread -- s/l slight base?
Complete thread -- The Strata will have no difficulties with MRI scans and has significan ...
Complete thread -- Yes but it sure does no sound like that ...
Complete thread -- that is what I thought; just never heard that way. bold it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- no cap once it changes forms (Coumadin / coumadinized, etc.)
Complete thread -- that should be Dopplerable, not Dopperable. sheesh.
Complete thread -- cap a docism? Dopperable? or dopplerable?
Complete thread -- does context support Strata valve?
Complete thread -- Maybe he simply means there are no gynecological problems. I'm
Complete thread -- GYN in exam
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery valves
Complete thread -- No hyphen needed. Link for hits inside if you want to check further...
Complete thread -- Yes!!! Thank you so much. : )
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- CFC-free?
Complete thread -- Yes, that's correct.
Complete thread -- Med list: Albuterol 90 mcg *see ess ee three* q.4 hours prn. This is ESL, but
Complete thread -- stage IIIB Hodgkin’s disease (hyphen after III or not)?
Complete thread -- effect?
Complete thread -- euphoria.
Complete thread -- Oops, HERE is the link for all the above; please excuse the lapse.
Complete thread -- is likely due to a breakdown *newphoria*.
Complete thread -- icatibant, vemurafenib, sitagliptin plus simvastatin, tapentadol, fentanyl nasal spray,
Complete thread -- vesicourethral
Complete thread -- vesicourethral suspension
Complete thread -- you mean my "shattered, shattered" ?
Complete thread -- s/l vesical urethral suspension (sm)
Complete thread -- also Firazyr, Zelboraf, Juvisync, Nucynta ER, Lazanda, Staxyn, for Archives.
Complete thread -- New Drug just FDA-approved: Adcetris (brentuximab vedotin) for Archives
Complete thread -- If the pt did not say "like", then that would be wrong
Complete thread -- I'd go with the way you have it. Below looks weird and the like is part of modifier, so
Complete thread -- anaerobic threshold has to do with lactate accumulation in the bloodstream
Complete thread -- "goosebump"-like
Complete thread -- Insulin 70/30 - 30 units before breakfast and 25 units before dinner
Complete thread -- "goosebump-like" rash - correct?
Complete thread -- without murmur, bruits, or rubs
Complete thread -- I re-listened, and it sounds very much like breakthrough now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- breakthrough?
Complete thread -- Pt with recurrent bacterial cystitis - WAV.
Complete thread -- Going to flag. When I google in context of renal artery, just seeing MPA.
Complete thread -- that's for something like two 8-ounce glasses of water.
Complete thread -- I also have one who dictates heaves and thrills.
Complete thread -- We used multiple catheters including *MPH* catheters.... Please sm for
Complete thread -- Regular rhythm and rate without bruit or rubs?
Complete thread -- would the first be without?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I was so focused on the other that I was not reading
Complete thread -- More words to go by...rubs is one. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- or major
Complete thread -- WAG - measured?
Complete thread -- epidermal not epidural
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- clicks, murmurs, rubs, snaps, and gallops, and thrill can be found.
Complete thread -- don't know your blank, but I bet "shrubs" is rubs.
Complete thread -- Per BOS, write the first as a number, spell out the 2nd.
Complete thread -- In the BOS, it says for 2 numbers together, write one and spell the next, 70/30 twenty
Complete thread -- CARDIOVASCULAR:
Complete thread -- I had ness on there at first. Flagged though to be sure.
Complete thread -- I don't think so. Sounds like ulceration and invasiveness, uh, period.
Complete thread -- I will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Patient with possible ADHD
Complete thread -- There's definitely something there, but I can't make it out!
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- chromic gut?
Complete thread -- no, not in my opinion
Complete thread -- the skin wheal
Complete thread -- wav file. Is there anything after invasive? ness?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Comma needed? ...closed in *interrupted inverted* 3-0 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's what I ended up doing. Appreciate all input, however!
Complete thread -- I'm with you. A comma is all that is needed here.
Complete thread -- am I the sole vote for just using a comma? 70/30, 30 units...
Complete thread -- If you feel you must separate them, you could put the dosing schedule in parentheses.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Still haven't found a joke here yet, but here's a "ha ha" to make you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can you give us some other meds on the list or a PMH?
Complete thread -- skin graft to Achilles tendon sm
Complete thread -- I also hear endo-Metz and found "Ethicon Endopath ® Endo Metzenbaum Scissor"
Complete thread -- instead of 'take' or 'inject'
Complete thread -- Kapandji
Complete thread -- then divided with an _____. With the aid of the
Complete thread -- The joke below...what else????
Complete thread -- I would be consistent with that medication and spell out twenty five units also.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Long med list and rest of dosages not spelled out...do you think
Complete thread -- probe?
Complete thread -- Wow, I cannot figure this one out, will post if QA gets it, TY
Complete thread -- thiry units
Complete thread -- Suggestions on what word, if any, can be used to separate numbers in this....
Complete thread -- I did a s/l "Kavangee" style closed reduction
Complete thread -- then divided with an *endometz*
Complete thread -- drug that s/l....naproxen and la-seat-a...nm
Complete thread -- using a blunt _____ an infraumbilical opening was created
Complete thread -- Without your wav, my only guess would be something like 'recommending.'
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I even went back and looked at the last
Complete thread -- I would definitely flag that
Complete thread -- side pain, flank pain? suprapubic pain
Complete thread -- GU in Review of systems
Complete thread -- Feeling dense.
Complete thread -- Thank you both for trying. It is a little better on my end.
Complete thread -- am now hearing "involution" for pulmonary rehab? Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Oh my, I feel so sorry for you if you have to listen to much of him. He's hard!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I could not get 1 word of that. Sorry.
Complete thread -- posted WAV
Complete thread -- Would guess 2nd word to be threshold - big guess anaerobic threshold
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!!
Complete thread -- agree, preprinted
Complete thread -- __________ pulmonary rehab. Sounds like en-del-thres-hold
Complete thread -- Tillaux, maybe?
Complete thread -- Can't quite get it but it almost sounds like specific to me.
Complete thread -- *tuh-LO* rather
Complete thread -- *tuh-LOW* type fracture of the tibia?
Complete thread -- pre-printed?
Complete thread -- which is in the form of ____ check off sheet.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- No wav for you either
Complete thread -- Maybe he's simply saying GI or gastroenterologist and not a doc's name.
Complete thread -- No wav
Complete thread -- Thank you, both, for helping. This word definitely fits. Thanks VERY much!
Complete thread -- I am still ____ sentinel lymph node surgery with the possible risks which include ___
Complete thread -- ? porphyria
Complete thread -- pyorrhea
Complete thread -- I need your brain. the phrase in question s/l "pie-your-EE-ah of the teeth"
Complete thread -- No history of _____ use.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ? Glyset (brand) miglitol generic - diabetes
Complete thread -- ? Glyset (brand) miglitol generic - diabetes
Complete thread -- ? Glyset (brand) miglitol generic - diabetes
Complete thread -- ? Glyset (brand) miglitol generic - diabetes
Complete thread -- long-standing
Complete thread -- s/l lun-staining Synthroid TIA!
Complete thread -- TruMatch
Complete thread -- I stand corrected.
Complete thread -- lobular?
Complete thread -- I sent him for DePuy "true mesh" CT scan. Patient has knee osteoarthritis.
Complete thread -- grade 2 invasive *largo*carcinoma
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- After closing the defect, we proceeded to check again the entire small ...
Complete thread -- I think tenesmus is correct. THANKS Lilly ...
Complete thread -- not so close to the s/l, but maybe incontinence?
Complete thread -- it's tenesmus
Complete thread -- referring to?
Complete thread -- OP is correct; "grammar site" is not
Complete thread -- couple more blanks, same dictator
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- what is the pt's complaint
Complete thread -- #3 rugae?
Complete thread -- gastorenterology
Complete thread -- Seriously??? Where is everyone's sense of humor today????
Complete thread -- Pls help. A few blanks.
Complete thread -- I agree, even though it is redundant, transcribe as dictated.
Complete thread -- I would go as dictated, they do say it that way, but your choice/employer choice
Complete thread -- Wouldn't "IME evaluation" be redundant? Would you
Complete thread -- FOUND: F2-F4 stage, treatment-naive or experienced status of the patient and virological
Complete thread -- both blanks s/l ny-ee
Complete thread -- would be hyphenated whether before noun or not. see 'one-thought modifier' in archives.
Complete thread -- Enclosed is what I found on a grammar site... apparently you are right
Complete thread -- his non-work-related complaints (checking on hyphens). Not sure.
Complete thread -- Oh ignore my stupidity, you are right, I am wrong. Sorry
Complete thread -- I just came back to post that I finally found
Complete thread -- VaporLock
Complete thread -- The patient underwent arthroscopic medial meniscal
Complete thread -- Colestid? (cholesterol lowering drug)
Complete thread -- tnx but not in this list... may be doc wants to dictate something else.
Complete thread -- See if this link helps
Complete thread -- Giggidy! Sorry...couldn't resist
Complete thread -- Place name sounds/like Colona/Holona, Virginia?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- quagmire
Complete thread -- s/l glog-mire ..it is lost in the glogmire TIA!
Complete thread -- Very clear, med sounds like 'gala-zet', PMH coronary bypass, colitis, diabetes
Complete thread -- Thanks. That might be it.
Complete thread -- substernal
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you...very hard to tell but thank you!
Complete thread -- pulmonary angiograms ???
Complete thread -- agh, poor sound quality, pulmonary consult. Pt. had PE many years ago
Complete thread -- processing system
Complete thread -- I think it's "processing system" ++It's been fun talking to myself :-)
Complete thread -- I think it's "preventing EKGs on the floor." What system could malfunction to
Complete thread -- malfunction of the "prossing system for venting" EKGs on the floor.
Complete thread -- shattered, shattered
Complete thread -- Richie Brace? Not much like your s/l
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ttherapeutic exercise and application of s/l "reverse 6 day job.
Complete thread -- ventricular fibrillation
Complete thread -- tp has s/l defib arrest
Complete thread -- excision of VIN-3?
Complete thread -- I have no idea how I missed Shinobi. I thought I had tried every possible spelling! Tnx!
Complete thread -- sure, apophyseal separation (per poi) here is documentation
Complete thread -- ooops, typo, not grossed, but crossed or crossing. See your other post before, figured it
Complete thread -- ohhh just woke up, he is listing the catheters/guidewires being used sm
Complete thread -- ahh just saw this post, I just posted below about Shinobi guidewire or just wire
Complete thread -- sure looks like Shinobi (Cordis Corp) but guidewire, not pacing wire
Complete thread -- What part of the body?
Complete thread -- No idea, but I bet it is Shinobi wire on the other part
Complete thread -- crossage??? sm
Complete thread -- Is there such thing as IN3 for cancer?? (Not CIN3)
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization...
Complete thread -- nm sent. Thanks anyways.
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks for the information, that confirms it.
Complete thread -- log rolled (not sure if hyphen needed). I had to google it to make
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't know why he said "using." That's what confused me.
Complete thread -- MT50 - You always save my butt! Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- WAV file Pt hit by car, sustained wrist and leg injury...
Complete thread -- Thank you for explaining. (obviously I should have researched)
Complete thread -- OH! thats not it, but I think I got it because of you! C F S trach (cuffless fen. shiley)
Complete thread -- It depends on your account but sm for what I would do.
Complete thread -- yes, it is a breathing pacemaker for quadriplegia. Thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, not really your question, but it reads (to me) that the pacemaker
Complete thread -- How would you transcribe this in the PE? Exactly as he dictates. He confuses me
Complete thread -- not really close to your s/l but maybe fenestrated?
Complete thread -- L-arginine
Complete thread -- supplement name: Lr-Genine (anyone heard of this?
Complete thread -- Without quotes - 112,000 hits.
Complete thread -- trach help!
Complete thread -- Thank you, was able to verify it.
Complete thread -- since these are not all kidney drugs, could you send the diagnosis or something?
Complete thread -- Thanks, 452 hits is pretty negligible compared to over 18,000 for epiphyseal. The
Complete thread -- does "slow wave sleep" make sense? Don't want to listen to it again.
Complete thread -- apologies for inappropriate deletion below; SM
Complete thread -- No stage REM or ______ sleep was noted.
Complete thread -- when google asks the question, it points to the most common
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as apophyseal separation. Google asks if I mean epiphyseal.
Complete thread -- physical rehab word help - sm
Complete thread -- as fast as?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- #2 = titubation, maybe.
Complete thread -- Neuro exam sm
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- Thank you. No, he uses this phrase "a priori" all the time.
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: She is on multiple medications for her renal fai ...
Complete thread -- That is what I would think too. - ? should priori be prior
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- by decreasing it from "400 300 and 400 to 400 mg p.o. b.i.d."
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help - much appreciated.
Complete thread -- rapidity
Complete thread -- s/l repetity
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I think you've begun/ended them correctly.
Complete thread -- Candida?
Complete thread -- yes splinting is correct
Complete thread -- phenazopyridine
Complete thread -- splinting
Complete thread -- splintiing
Complete thread -- DRUG s/l pen-azo-prid'-a-dean
Complete thread -- thanks, will flag as not guessing.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Laparotomy revealed intra-abdominal contamination with
Complete thread -- Tremor is the correct spelling.
Complete thread -- could it be: EKG: Normal (then correcting) Sinus tachy otherwise normal EKG?
Complete thread -- make sense? sm
Complete thread -- not wipe prep
Complete thread -- try googling WET PREP
Complete thread -- I know, just never heard it called a "five view" before, that's all.
Complete thread -- s/l...No can-do-lo specimens or protozoas...sm
Complete thread -- Ah! Thanks so much. Seeing hits with that word now. : )
Complete thread -- meshing
Complete thread -- We prepped 6 Apligrafs by *mushing* them. These were then applied over the
Complete thread -- No, the context here is pregnancy/gestation
Complete thread -- Why do you need the British spelling for it? Just curious.
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks that is it.
Complete thread -- I have never seen it spelled that way
Complete thread -- See sentence.
Complete thread -- a primip?
Complete thread -- can you provide the sentence?
Complete thread -- Also should mention the patient was diagnosed with urticaria.
Complete thread -- thanks, spot view makes 5
Complete thread -- Thanks Darlene...I'll flag just to be sure! Appreciate your help :)
Complete thread -- Does any know British spelling for tremour or tremor?
Complete thread -- thanks. I'm going to flag this one :)
Complete thread -- wonder if dictator is reading 6 as a G (Syntha-6) which would fit with other supplements?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "a-primive"?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- can't help with s/l but is it "when attempting to walk on his toes"
Complete thread -- what is patient being treated for?
Complete thread -- a guess s/l amastine may be amantadine (generic only) sm
Complete thread -- looking for a drug that s/l synthogy
Complete thread -- S/L amastine (for tremors)
Complete thread -- pyramidal in there somehow?
Complete thread -- Could it be pyramidal toe?
Complete thread -- help needed with commas on x-rays please
Complete thread -- s/l peridal toe??
Complete thread -- found it: Allgower-Donati sutures
Complete thread -- s/l modified Al-gard and ny sutures. sm for context
Complete thread -- I guess it could be that because it's just a very short note and in it he says
Complete thread -- ?I see bio-barcode PSA assay. Shortening that, leaving out "bar?"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Aranesp
Complete thread -- Not at all. He mentions he will have followup PSA in 6 months. I wonder if bio has to
Complete thread -- Anemia being treated with s/l aeromist? injections 200 mcg monthly. TIA
Complete thread -- can you hear objective or clinical evidence?
Complete thread -- without any s/l "bio co" or clinical evidence of recurrence or progression of
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Great! Thanks so much!!! ...
Complete thread -- mesalamine suppositories
Complete thread -- It really sounds like voice...but does he mention it anywhere else in the note? Is he in a
Complete thread -- s/l boys to me
Complete thread -- MEDICINES: Alendronate, _______.
Complete thread -- Rose or Rose's position
Complete thread -- Thanks. Wasn't sure either.
Complete thread -- ENT doing surgery. For positioning it sounds like he's saying "ro ...
Complete thread -- boys? voice?
Complete thread -- sulfamethoxazole is used for ear infections, but like other post, if unsure flag it.
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- He is taking care of his _____. He is married.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Okay - well you have a clue that it is probably an antibiotic.
Complete thread -- I hear: on an emergency basis
Complete thread -- you had the correct answer at your fingertips and you missed it
Complete thread -- med s/l sulfprazil
Complete thread -- waiting for below post
Complete thread -- it is there
Complete thread -- He is taking care of his _____. He is married. His wife is in attendance and very s
Complete thread -- wav already deleted or not there yet?
Complete thread -- I think removal of ACL tunnels ok, link to look through, click the titles, they open
Complete thread -- She came in today _____ complaining of pain
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help Darlene
Complete thread -- it's okay, means, the patient refuses rectal, and she/he is going along.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- if it sounds like posturing it prby is. In other words, the way he is holding his mouth,
Complete thread -- deferred to patient in physical exam.
Complete thread -- here's another link that might help
Complete thread -- significant *posturing* contributing to left temporomandibular joint discomfort
Complete thread -- Thank you...it's too mush-mouthed to be sure. Sending report on.
Complete thread -- Any chance it could be Orwigsburg?
Complete thread -- Hollidaysburg?
Complete thread -- town or maybe clinic s/l hos-vig-nersh Pennsylvania Thanks!
Complete thread -- cute
Complete thread -- Thank you everyone. :-)
Complete thread -- Thats just what I hear through the mumbo jumbo...thank you
Complete thread -- NEC is correct...see link
Complete thread -- NOS and NEC are different designations.
Complete thread -- No, I can't. I think I will send to QA. Thank you. :)
Complete thread -- can you hear reaming?
Complete thread -- showing its origin is liver
Complete thread -- doctor speaks so fast my head is spinning
Complete thread -- Thanks. I understand the definition. I need to expand and can't change to NOS.
Complete thread -- thanks... thought it was blood too
Complete thread -- looks like Not otherwise specified (NOS) link
Complete thread -- s/l "es-cor-i-gen"
Complete thread -- ....range of motion testing, blood tests, and therapy notes.
Complete thread -- of motion testing and _____ tests.
Complete thread -- Flagging
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Pipelle
Complete thread -- s/l...pie-pal biopsy....sm
Complete thread -- Nm....thinking it's chest
Complete thread -- of the thumb ____ x-ray report of the hand.
Complete thread -- S/P thoracotomy, lobectomy, s/l taste tubes ...Thanks!
Complete thread -- NEC at the end of diagnosis code - what is your definition and document please. TIA!
Complete thread -- HA!, found it even with her hack pronouncing!! it is lanugo!!
Complete thread -- 8-day-old baby boy in the PE the PA says:
Complete thread -- THANKS!!!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Copy of previous treadmill may suffice. (I think he stumbled
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- my dilemna actually .. thanks
Complete thread -- recommended comprehensive studies and more radiographic stiudies
Complete thread -- hearing either on/off (??) KCl (which is potassium chloride)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- pt with possible RA. Doc is dictating plan. s/l "pa-brand"of studies. See MP3
Complete thread -- Fournier?
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as dictated, not too bad- sometimes they double-speak for clarity....
Complete thread -- should i leave this? developing discomfort in both shoulders, right and left
Complete thread -- Thank you! I think it's "tenting his skin"
Complete thread -- tenting (of?) skin?
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- It's not unusual for Stedman's Ortho (and others) to have mistakes. Click on "Trademarks"
Complete thread -- Good job!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the laugh ;)
Complete thread -- Look in your drug book under t-r-a-n-x and see what comes up.
Complete thread -- Here's one I had the other night, just to lighten the mood.
Complete thread -- ________ given previously does not seem to help. ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and has plates and pins
Complete thread -- XXX recently fractured her tibia and fibula __________ following a mot ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel
Complete thread -- Abdominal Exam: Reveals _______ and paramedian scar of previous surge ...
Complete thread -- but, I think the one I dreaded the most is the woman who sucks on hard candy while
Complete thread -- I used to type reports for a guy who dictated at his dinner table, with his family, while
Complete thread -- oh, just wait. It gets worse :-)
Complete thread -- consider: slept better overnight with CPAP
Complete thread -- Thank you both very much. Will let you know if I find out!! Didn't sound like
Complete thread -- ...just gotta share, first time I've had someone dictate while chomping on what s/l
Complete thread -- never Homan - dude's last name was Homans
Complete thread -- Never mind, it was ilioinguinal nerve
Complete thread -- s/l "ili-owner" was identified throughout and protected from harm's way.
Complete thread -- Maybe saying Kandahar Hospital and then flown to Germany.
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin was 77 or 7.7?
Complete thread -- Thats a great thought! Thanks! Guess I'll flag! :)
Complete thread -- Flagging. Thx anyway!
Complete thread -- could it be just a slang way of referring to a sleeping medication ? "a sleeper"
Complete thread -- could it be adjunct care? would that make sense?
Complete thread -- Perhaps! Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- ? hygiene
Complete thread -- he slept better overnight S/L with sleeper.
Complete thread -- respiratory failure treated with the pulmonary toilet,nasal spray,and S/L hajen care
Complete thread -- Most are flown to Kuwait, then to Germany.
Complete thread -- maybe "runny"...good thinking, I'll listen again! Thanks
Complete thread -- Leaving a blank. Have a great day!
Complete thread -- ? maybe "normal" or "runny"?
Complete thread -- Pt in Iraq (or Afghanistan), taken to s/l *Kannagan* Hospital, then flown
Complete thread -- patient with lower GI bleeding
Complete thread -- I would defiitely use hyfrecator and flag it. He had to stumble over the word apparently
Complete thread -- mole removal..used the "byfrecator" to achieve hemostasis.. def has the B sound.. not
Complete thread -- The archives here is a fabulous resource. You should learn to use it and
Complete thread -- Homans...since you don't offer Homans' sign as an option.
Complete thread -- ?bronchial stent? Would help if you include more of the info. Good luck.
Complete thread -- Could be saying, "out" to the fimbria or "followed out" ?
Complete thread -- Homans...
Complete thread -- Homans sign or Homan sign, which is correct? Thanks ...
Complete thread -- procedure bronchoscopy s/l oncover stent
Complete thread -- fallopian tube was easily found, again s/l "wat" to the fimbria
Complete thread -- since I don't know YOU at all, why would I think YOU personally would, right
Complete thread -- No evidence I've seen it ever existed except as a misspelling.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Lily ...
Complete thread -- NF1 - neurofibromatosis 1
Complete thread -- Lol, I just found it.
Complete thread -- Jalyn
Complete thread -- He will go back to his "Jaylin" (he spells this way), which is a combination drug.
Complete thread -- young neuro patient
Complete thread -- I meant "Tycron"
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob. So, is there still another suture named "Tyrcon?" Do you know?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- orchitis.
Complete thread -- Ti-Cron is the way Ti-Cron spells it SM
Complete thread -- Patient with urinary retention, WAV file.
Complete thread -- thanks for PHQ-9. Nothing in history about amphetamine withdrawal
Complete thread -- Amphetamine Withdrawal Questionnaire? does that fit the history?
Complete thread -- PHQ-9 is Patient Health Questionnaire for depression
Complete thread -- Oh my. I found wrinkled. So glad I asked.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "oriented transversely"
Complete thread -- wav file. I have a thought based on a web search but not sure.
Complete thread -- there is a PHQ-9 depression screen, but I don't know about the AWQ part
Complete thread -- I think it's debridement of three-compartment chondromalacia
Complete thread -- Ty. Anyone else do it that way?
Complete thread -- s/l AWQ PH29 testing for depression
Complete thread -- Already listened for those. I'll just flag it.
Complete thread -- not sure? is this post OP, if it is sm
Complete thread -- Sorry for bothering. The latest I have is the 5th edition. I am confused as to their
Complete thread -- I think your punctuation is correct. However, I usually type 'debridement of 3-compartment
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Does anyone have the Stedman's Orthopaedic & Rehab Words 6th Edition?
Complete thread -- Need help with punctuation, please. See inside:
Complete thread -- TVT ABBREVO™ Continence System | ETHICON 360
Complete thread -- Which way is correct then, Ticron, TiCron, or Ti-Cron?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your guy's feedback. Man, am I out of date having used Tyrcon all along! But
Complete thread -- looks like may have something to do with the Vit D level but ???
Complete thread -- kinda looks like proteinuria in there but would not guess, post wav?
Complete thread -- seems way back when it was Tycron, at some time changed to Ti.Cron
Complete thread -- I would trust Vera Pyle which says Ti-Cron is the correct U.S. spelling. Tycron appears to
Complete thread -- THANKS! I think that's it! :o)
Complete thread -- Confused about Stedman's Orthopedic & Rehab Words, 5th Edition.
Complete thread -- "malignant petrotrenia pleasant"
Complete thread -- s/l osimil tablet - with regards to multiple sclerosis??
Complete thread -- Lovaza ?
Complete thread -- I guess he's saying "terminal." esl. His own word for distal maybe.
Complete thread -- gangrenous ulcer of the s/l "thumb null" phalanx of the left big toe. Don't hear
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Unless you can find it's an acronym, initial cap is fine.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. It is Crede. nm
Complete thread -- Sling placement for stress urinary incontinence. sm
Complete thread -- Is it TVT *ABBREVO or Abbrevo* sling? nm
Complete thread -- s/l *mild hesitation saccades* ...any ideas? thanks
Complete thread -- is flex right? with reflex maybe?
Complete thread -- Wowza. nm
Complete thread -- Yes! I can hear that now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Well "just you" are so right. Thanks much
Complete thread -- no, don't "try that" if you can't hear it; leave a blank
Complete thread -- synaptophysin
Complete thread -- listen for blanchable lacy type rash
Complete thread -- s/l "sen-ap'-toe-fizen"
Complete thread -- Yes do leave a blank and only post once in subject line. Hard to read
Complete thread -- Skin shows a s/l "blanch of oil AC type rash".
Complete thread -- ouch. leave a blank.
Complete thread -- I just listened again - it didn't sound anything like that but I am go ...
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- can you hear evaluation?
Complete thread -- ob/gyn
Complete thread -- ooh ooh good
Complete thread -- with atherectomy and angioplasty
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- clean catch? Like the couch idea though
Complete thread -- clean catch
Complete thread -- s/l clean couch UA flex (please see inside for context)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- direct something
Complete thread -- intervention with right leg angiogram without ____ angioplasty. Had studies done app
Complete thread -- have to record it over
Complete thread -- You have to recorder it over because you can't hear anything except one small sound that
Complete thread -- wav gone or already deleted?
Complete thread -- the wav is there
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like he's flubbing and says "breasts" under the left breast
Complete thread -- sounds like he's flubbing and says "breasts" under the left breast
Complete thread -- what does it sound like?
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- right leg angiogram without ____ angioplasty.
Complete thread -- lamotrigine
Complete thread -- you gotta give us more than that
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...or left fem-pop bypass
Complete thread -- left fem bypass for two wounds...
Complete thread -- s/l...la-mag-joe-lin through central line! nm
Complete thread -- has had an aortobifem with a left *fem popias* of two wounds on the left,
Complete thread -- I'm hearing something that sounds like this...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Neurological review of systems is normal?
Complete thread -- neurologic and all other systems normal(?)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- 90-year-old patient cardiology routine visit. Dictating very, very fast.
Complete thread -- (sorry)multiple socks of different plys? adds up to 14 ply total. 5 + (3 x 3) = 5 + 9 = 14
Complete thread -- Of course, I hear compressibility and noncompressibility all the time in that context
Complete thread -- seems like a little of both? multiple 1
Complete thread -- Thanks. Wasn't sure about measurements.
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down
Complete thread -- oops hit enter too soon, did not own post
Complete thread -- I &Os (intake and output) .... translate in 250, outs 1200
Complete thread -- Thanks..I did know that much....just wasn't sure if the numbers were
Complete thread -- Currently afebrile. *I&O is 250/1200*.
Complete thread -- does not mean measured in the conventional sense
Complete thread -- (!)
Complete thread -- it's noncompressible
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- how about DemeTech sutures
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The stomach was viewed under direct and retrograde views.
Complete thread -- yes, i checked out the definition
Complete thread -- I've sent it as a wav file now.
Complete thread -- I think describing a location of - Outer table”. Cortical bone. “Inner table”.
Complete thread -- MP not there yet
Complete thread -- Did you check out meaning of commensurable (able to be measured by a common standard)?
Complete thread -- ok thank you both.
Complete thread -- hmm, don't know, but for reference for next time Ethicon product catalogue
Complete thread -- maybe noncommunicatable (does not connect no clear pathway)?
Complete thread -- Recurrent inguinal hernia repair sm
Complete thread -- if asking comes in 1000 ? yes(I have 2000). For me, when 2 numbers are side
Complete thread -- Gastroscopy, mp3 file
Complete thread -- non-commenurable vein?
Complete thread -- We had this one just last week or so, but no response to the question.
Complete thread -- s/l vitamin D3-1 1000 units
Complete thread -- bone table or tail?
Complete thread -- use apostrophe. single letters and numbers need one. search a's in Archives for more info.
Complete thread -- She had an ultrasound for DVT in the office earlier today?
Complete thread -- Maybe Centrum
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm thinking she may have meant "Lorzone" I'll flag for office to be sure.
Complete thread -- IMO, "one 5 and three 3s." Easiest to read. I would not use apostrophe.
Complete thread -- med help w/pt with RA. s/l "low zone" SM for sentence context
Complete thread -- thank you so much. Doc is ESL . . . . :(
Complete thread -- not sure about the Cintron but the rest is "milk thistle"
Complete thread -- stump socks s/l one 5 and three 3's....what is correct way to type this? TIA
Complete thread -- breast cancer patient
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Maybe suggesting that the doctor's office had a Registered Vascular Technologist perform
Complete thread -- duh, thanks
Complete thread -- Gleason 8 pertaining to his Gleason score
Complete thread -- with a history of a *Gleason ate* carcinoma of the prostate in August
Complete thread -- Elderly woman with varicose veins and an area of cellulitis
Complete thread -- ? If resays is recess.
Complete thread -- identified both the deep posterior compartment and superficial posterior compartment
Complete thread -- Patient will be discharged to the *topper* with instructions to contac ...
Complete thread -- Not sure I understand your post, but I work every Sunday.
Complete thread -- Nobody but me has to work on Sunday anymore?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret. I realized that the patient had a recent ear infection so thought I
Complete thread -- yes, I believe it is correct, analogous to "bone window," meaning SM
Complete thread -- MRI of the brain with s/l "auditory window."
Complete thread -- Seriously??? Oh my! lololol
Complete thread -- Thanks, I found a sample and they had it capitalized there also,
Complete thread -- Personally I would because even though it is a verb, it is a trademarked name...JMO.
Complete thread -- You wouldn't cap "bovie" when used as a verb, would you?
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I am going with.
Complete thread -- Sure sounds like DID to me.
Complete thread -- Sent WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Well, DID could be dissociative identity disorder.
Complete thread -- GAD? generalized anxiety disorder, just a guess
Complete thread -- It really sounds like DID. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Thank you. I was hearing "initial course" which made no
Complete thread -- treatment with the antibiotic and finish the course,
Complete thread -- At this time, a suggestion would be to continue treatment with antibiotic __________,
Complete thread -- got it, Zyrtec. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient was advised to use ____________
Complete thread -- never mind (effect)
Complete thread -- tricky one....She pushed to affect/effect delivery of infant. (I think effect).
Complete thread -- !! thanks
Complete thread -- scattered
Complete thread -- s/l "scotted" (not spotted) sm for context please
Complete thread -- I wondered. I almost had it. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- hearing acuity?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- ICE (induced cooling by EMS)
Complete thread -- Any chance that's dysphasia since it's a CVA?
Complete thread -- patient in VF arrest - see msg please
Complete thread -- NM, I think she means cognitive sequela
Complete thread -- Patient with CVA, gait imbalance, dysphagia, and *cog sequelia*.
Complete thread -- That sure looks like a great guess. I had to send blank but will write this down in case
Complete thread -- lens-shaped
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- never mind, thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with neck mass, told by dentist to see an endodontist.
Complete thread -- Bengash needle - I'm trying to find out who makes,owns, manufactures this product.
Complete thread -- Could you try that again in English, please? Do what? When? huh?
Complete thread -- And it could just as easily be an error, just like pretty much ALL references
Complete thread -- yw, but there's no history, chief complaint, etc. listed in below procedure.
Complete thread -- Same as below. TY for the OpSite help.
Complete thread -- what are the patient's conditions/history? read Rules
Complete thread -- The patient will be placed on s/l *piece-2* diet (5-year-old) ...
Complete thread -- check out "opsite" in archives, top left. I don't have time to double-check on capping,
Complete thread -- Marrow was aspirated easily; 2% lidocaine was subsequently infused at ...
Complete thread -- please read Rules, top right. also linked at the top when posting a new thread.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- yates drain or yeates drain? thanks.
Complete thread -- yates drain or yeates drain? thanks.
Complete thread -- btw, Dianne, I don't know if you saw my followups to your post about "LVL"
Complete thread -- padded Mayo stand? see link
Complete thread -- I am...
Complete thread -- incorrect
Complete thread -- leg abducted under the (s/l cado mayo stand)
Complete thread -- I guess you're right! I googled his last name (very unusual) with Uganda and got all
Complete thread -- colectomy in Uganda?
Complete thread -- Past surgical history is significant for colectomy and "Uganda"
Complete thread -- Thanks, he's not much of a talker
Complete thread -- when MTs say does not exist not a word, cuz they did no research, that's the reason!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Dorland had it though
Complete thread -- Ob-Gyn History:"12 by 28 by 5." Do you think maybe menarche at 12, menses every 28
Complete thread -- Only 1350 google hits and 99% of those are bullshit
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ephemeral ?
Complete thread -- ephemeral, a fleeting glimpse
Complete thread -- s/l e-femoral???
Complete thread -- And you'd be correct. Cardiovascular relates to the vessels of the
Complete thread -- spell checkers will only have in them, what was added in, that is reason for update.
Complete thread -- ohhh good grief people. Dorlands been around longer. Plus not in this year, may be in next
Complete thread -- felon?
Complete thread -- parents, plural.
Complete thread -- No, I don't believe it has happened here at all. Been on this board
Complete thread -- parent's?? meaning mom and dad correct?
Complete thread -- thank you -- here's the trademark specimen for archives.
Complete thread -- Found it -- Allowash XG®
Complete thread -- So click on that link and let us know what happens, OK?
Complete thread -- sl**allo washed** Is this correct spelling? I tried an internet search
Complete thread -- "in" is not "is"
Complete thread -- May be in Dorland's, but not stedmans
Complete thread -- Sigh...look in Dorland's.
Complete thread -- Sick mind? Do you know how many times that has actually happened here?
Complete thread -- He was saying "No deviation." Had another H and P after this by him and he said it very
Complete thread -- no disease? wag.
Complete thread -- can you post a wav
Complete thread -- Ok, I think he might be saying "no deviation" really fast and can't really hear last part
Complete thread -- Nose: No s/l "de peace." No discharge. No bleeding. In his normals, he usually
Complete thread -- I guess you could think of it as one is the cardiovascular system, the other the heart
Complete thread -- bronchotherapy in chronic inflammations of the lung
Complete thread -- inflammation? don't think
Complete thread -- well
Complete thread -- anti-AChR titer
Complete thread -- oh ok, thank you.
Complete thread -- look to top of this page, click bacteria
Complete thread -- it's a word, inflammation of the lungs
Complete thread -- s/l morcodilia
Complete thread -- No, I would not
Complete thread -- guess - anterior to mons mons (pubis)
Complete thread -- not a word
Complete thread -- He's saying ASCVHD status post CABG, status post angioplasty and stent
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- Sending blank (blanks allowed on
Complete thread -- kinda of sick mind you have. Is that what you would do? lure, stalk, mash others. I don't.
Complete thread -- Is "bronchotherapy" an acceptable word? Means ?
Complete thread -- capneic (Dorland's dictionary) under conditions of increased CO2. Sounded like that.
Complete thread -- That is where context comes in.
Complete thread -- I got it now, gg. Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret. I got that now. Thanks to all of you!!
Complete thread -- Thanks! I don't hear that word often at all. He does not pronounce the 'tah' very audibly.
Complete thread -- s/l "AC and are tar" is normal.
Complete thread -- very poor enunciation, but doc intends very slightly tachypneic.
Complete thread -- Tah-kip-nic is tachypneic
Complete thread -- Wait. My spell checker does not accept 'capneic'?
Complete thread -- Wow. Thanks, Oasis. I am unfamiliar with that word. Relistening, he pronounces "kip-neic".
Complete thread -- Wish I could help. I am getting a voice file about pathology! LOL
Complete thread -- capneic
Complete thread -- it actually has more of a tah-kip-nic sound
Complete thread -- how about dyspneic
Complete thread -- WAV posted now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- That WOULD make sense, lol. Thanks.
Complete thread -- That would help.
Complete thread -- Thanks, gg. I don't hear the 'tachy'. It really s/l 'skypneic'. Should I post WAV?
Complete thread -- tachypneic
Complete thread -- Sorry, meant auto-PEEP. Still need help on the s/l.
Complete thread -- Respiratory: Slightly "skypnic". Auto peep is noted.
Complete thread -- Patient presents maybe?
Complete thread -- S: PP with CC (chief complaint) of R knee pain - what in the world does PP mean?
Complete thread -- P.S. Tried that spelling in above lookup and not there either unfortunately.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, Oasis. I tried that spelling in my data base but it's not there!
Complete thread -- Dr. Nadia Angov MD in Annapolis, MD.
Complete thread -- I'm looking for a primary doctor
Complete thread -- what we hear
Complete thread -- "spanse?" Doc says this all the time and I'm not sure how to type it! sm
Complete thread -- ESR and CRP
Complete thread -- s/l R-C-U-P (arsee yoo pee) sm for context please
Complete thread -- sheesh
Complete thread -- I sure did, thank you!
Complete thread -- Hopefully, you're not trying to lure the unsuspecting to a bad site.
Complete thread -- hopefully everyone had a pleasant holiday
Complete thread -- Did you read her post at all? She said not buccal
Complete thread -- PleurX tube?
Complete thread -- There is a Pleurx Catheter and Pleur-evac
Complete thread -- malignant left-sided pleural effusion and status post s/l *pleurdex 2* placement
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Monsel
Complete thread -- GYN file
Complete thread -- WAG... acetowhite, opaque, or other?
Complete thread -- Lugol's was applied to the vaginal mucosa and there was no evidence of s/l absent
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes. Ty so much.
Complete thread -- She feels that she has a symmetrical volume and is.......
Complete thread -- sounds like 'boing' to me, but I think that's probably not right!
Complete thread -- wav posted. She finds she has a symmetrical ______ is of adequate size.
Complete thread -- Don't think so, but thanks very much.
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that, thanks
Complete thread -- look up prefix muco - mucus mucosa.
Complete thread -- Nope. She's clearly not saying that.
Complete thread -- (pronounced "buckle")
Complete thread -- could be buccal mucosa
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- Not able to appreciate any blood in the s/l "mucomucosa." Clear. Not buccal mucosa.
Complete thread -- WAG: 10 snips? stumbling 10 (ah) snips?
Complete thread -- It may be their internal shorthand for minimal suicide precautions
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- A2?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis *ATGDM* on glyburide.
Complete thread -- I have been doing psychiatric transcription for 25 years and have
Complete thread -- ? developed
Complete thread -- took about 10 s/l "na-seps" on the proximal aspect of it measuring about 8 cm long.
Complete thread -- MINSUI
Complete thread -- flaps were s/l "evolved" at the level of the fascia.
Complete thread -- Admit Orders
Complete thread -- More context, please.
Complete thread -- Psychiatric report - see below
Complete thread -- Sure, why not? You have radial and ulnar sides of the forearm and you have
Complete thread -- There is a mass palpable in the *distal volar ulnar forearm*, which is mobile.
Complete thread -- I agree no apostrophe. I learned that the ' takes place of the word of.
Complete thread -- Interesting. That was QA's correction. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- no apostrophe, imo. it's not possessive. it's like saying 10 weeks later.
Complete thread -- If PT has symptoms beyond 10 weeks' hence, I would like to see her back.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I completely cheesed on that one.
Complete thread -- People is already plural, so add apostrophe s (people's).
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think that may be it. New term for me and I had to google in context but seems
Complete thread -- Disk herniation ~ 98% of *peoples'* symptoms have resolved by 3 months.
Complete thread -- Modic?
Complete thread -- Evidence of some *moo-dick* changes around L5-S1 disk space
Complete thread -- thanks!! I'd never have gotten that!
Complete thread -- cogwheel rigidity
Complete thread -- tremor or (s/l coglar rotity)
Complete thread -- Maybe gouty arthropathy or even Jaccoud's arthropathy
Complete thread -- full sentence please
Complete thread -- nuclear scan?
Complete thread -- Ever hear of a "fluger scan"? Scanning for UPJ obstruction.
Complete thread -- Sure, I guess I should have trusted my own ears.
Complete thread -- (s/l dur) or extraarticular fluid
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know
Complete thread -- not germane
Complete thread -- Posted s/l "Dro cort" the other day. Back from QA. All 3 blanks filled in "drug
Complete thread -- How so am I rude? By telling you I already found the meaning of my s/l and don't need
Complete thread -- are you guessing??
Complete thread -- WITH sigmoid sparing
Complete thread -- does not mean stuck
Complete thread -- it's "in stent jail"
Complete thread -- sorry, that's incorrect
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Please ignore last post.
Complete thread -- scrotal (mass, scrotal swelling ?), urinary retention
Complete thread -- Need help with hand surgery terminology
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l "scrotal and" urinary retention
Complete thread -- ? Ferocon
Complete thread -- urethral
Complete thread -- ascending?
Complete thread -- no gross hematuria over the last 24 hours and no ______ discharge
Complete thread -- look at all time wasted and no one came to help the OP, carry on
Complete thread -- Cecal *and 10* colonic wall thickening was sigmoid sparing compatible with
Complete thread -- med s/l flurocon
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share
Complete thread -- I do hear the jiggle now... any one hear of jiggle lunge?
Complete thread -- I have heard jiggle regarding a knee exam, but I have no idea what the next word is
Complete thread -- Thanks very much for your help. Will be easier for me the next time!
Complete thread -- Sports medicine - test for ligament laxity (knee injury)
Complete thread -- Found it - Saying *the TAC* cream and TAC is triple antibiotic cream.
Complete thread -- oblique aponeurosis. divided in the direction of its fibers. I can't
Complete thread -- external oblique aponeurosis... in the direction of its fibers... Parietex ProGrip mesh
Complete thread -- I agree with you. I'm just questioning whether her wording makes sens ...
Complete thread -- Thought that too, but can't get it. He is actually clear in his
Complete thread -- maybe slurring or getting the end of antibiotic cream ?
Complete thread -- MP not there yet
Complete thread -- my guess would be meant using a brush to get cells on Pap exam
Complete thread -- Inguinal hernia repair. Help with mp3 file please
Complete thread -- Not what he is saying, but he may be misprouncing. S/l almost
Complete thread -- Medi-Quik cream
Complete thread -- Will send *Na tack* cream
Complete thread -- Gyne confirmation
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- can you give what pt in hospital for, diagnosis etc
Complete thread -- yes Jackson- Pratt drain fluid was sent to the laboratory for creatinine measurement ...
Complete thread -- in-stent jailed (stuck) in the 2nd diagonal branch
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- Labs stable. A *JP* creatinine was done and came back at 11. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- cardio... instent jail??
Complete thread -- Encouraged to get out of bed. *His regs* was encouraged as he had a low-grade temp.
Complete thread -- s/l HPRF
Complete thread -- Umm can you not read?? I said OTHERS not ME!!!
Complete thread -- how rude, I must say. You are also mischaracterizing, shame on you.
Complete thread -- oh that could be it, thanks.
Complete thread -- That is what it means to you. Others have different beliefs.
Complete thread -- I know the meaning after reading what someone named "yo" and others posted
Complete thread -- It's just an informal way of wishing someone a good day on the holiday, not an indicator
Complete thread -- different units of measurement on some of the lab values, that is. most are the same.
Complete thread -- oops. meant: "grAy = American, grEy = English (British)"
Complete thread -- btw, aren't you the one who asked about grey/gray load stapler recently?
Complete thread -- SLAP lesion repairs with Suretac absorbable tacks. (google hit)
Complete thread -- yeah, well, hey, neither do I! I just know they're diff from US! ha
Complete thread -- Could be. I have no idea about Canadian lab values, lol.
Complete thread -- I wonder if our conflict here is Canadian lab values vs. U.S.?
Complete thread -- The value is not right for LDL, and I can't think of anything else that fits
Complete thread -- ok, thanks, I'll reslisten! any idea of LVL is?
Complete thread -- hemoglobin of 120? That's quite unusual in my book.
Complete thread -- LVL?
Complete thread -- For some, it is a day of thanksgiving, for others it is a day of turkey...or football
Complete thread -- Looks like the OP did just fine on her own without your google link.
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- Because turkey has 6 letters and thanksgiving has 12...faster to type!
Complete thread -- yes, found this & link entrain/entrainment
Complete thread -- My 17-YO DS made pumpkin cheesecake. I don't like pumpkin pie or
Complete thread -- what you do when you google is " main topic" lymph nodes & touch prep
Complete thread -- seems kind of a rude thing to ask after previous poster just wished us a Happy Turkey Day.
Complete thread -- entrain?
Complete thread -- Stroboscopy revealed that he can only s/l en-tran a mucosal wave for several seconds.
Complete thread -- Same as the reason people have no clue what Christmas is supposed
Complete thread -- We seriously need a like button on here! lol
Complete thread -- I don't know. Let me get another piece of pumpkin pie to eat while
Complete thread -- maybe it's just me, but WHY do people call Thanksgiving turkey day?? It is a day to
Complete thread -- Thanks, I was leaning toward that direction.
Complete thread -- foreshortened
Complete thread -- patient demonstrated "four shortened limbs" or "foreshortened limbs"?
Complete thread -- obbs = observations?
Complete thread -- Well, found "touch prep" in archives. I guess I'm hearing correctly. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I actually found one Google hit for "touch prep" but don't feel comfortable
Complete thread -- Two or 3 lymph nodes were removed and sent for s/l "touch prep" and flow cytometry.
Complete thread -- s/l obbs??? ideas??
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear that now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- transiting?
Complete thread -- s/l like transying to work - is this an Australian term?
Complete thread -- overnight.
Complete thread -- over night - two words??
Complete thread -- yes, I think ICP is correct
Complete thread -- sorry, I totally disagree with me...
Complete thread -- How did I miss that? Thanks.
Complete thread -- Sclerae "are" clear.
Complete thread -- are intact without nystagmus. Sclerae.....
Complete thread -- I hear that now! Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think "without nystagmus"?
Complete thread -- Zydis is correct
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- how is it used?
Complete thread -- No, Zyprexa does not come before. She only says *Zydus*
Complete thread -- got it, its Biodex, thanx
Complete thread -- CONCUSSION ASSESSMENT,
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as a "sturgis" screw for back surgery?
Complete thread -- Does Zyprexa come before that? Zyprexa Zydis
Complete thread -- drug for patient with psychosis sounds like *Zydus* 5 mg sublingual
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Had sustainable in my head and could not hear anything else!
Complete thread -- WAG -- nodes??
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- might have CTEO rather than MG; trivial ptosis, no *voids* or neck weakness.
Complete thread -- avulsed
Complete thread -- I went to Google and typed myasthenia test and as I did it suggested
Complete thread -- Mestinon was responsive. *Ansuolon* test was equivocal.
Complete thread -- wav file. Sounds like able. He later says it without sustained.
Complete thread -- he is used to be slightly improving=he appears to be slightly improving
Complete thread -- Thanks! Once I thought I heard VHL.
Complete thread -- EHL
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like HL?
Complete thread -- I can hear it pretty clearly now. Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear too
Complete thread -- very dark thick skin
Complete thread -- WAV help please
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Wells score - see message for link --
Complete thread -- Diabetic patient, hyperglycemic. Leg weakness and pain with decreased mobility.
Complete thread -- As stated, it sounds nothing like it and I'm pretty sure he's dictated FOLFOX correctly
Complete thread -- likely IS Folfox, if not comfortable flag it or post a wav for helpers to listen
Complete thread -- Mr. X was started on chemotherapy and received "Foe lax." Googling asks if I mean
Complete thread -- Man, I hope I never get "oral hairy leukoplakia."
Complete thread -- using onelook.com and wildcard search *plakia this is all found
Complete thread -- ? leukoplakia - not sure if it fits, but not much context to work with.
Complete thread -- for two corrections sm (but why did you post almost the whole report)?
Complete thread -- s/l sliploplakia
Complete thread -- ahh-hh interesting link; lemme write that one down
Complete thread -- I would say, maintained open
Complete thread -- maybe more than one def for TCD? = transcranial Doppler?
Complete thread -- OR, maybe saying ICP? (intracranial pressure)
Complete thread -- looks like elevation of TCDs.
Complete thread -- you need commas: No rebound, rigidity, or guarding.
Complete thread -- looks fine to me, just put and "S" on ingest(s)What is the question.
Complete thread -- SUBJECTIVE: The patient tells me he is having slightly less pai ...
Complete thread -- never mind, moving on.
Complete thread -- She remains on ventriculostomy with *elevation of elevated* TCDs.
Complete thread -- never mind, it's TCDs.
Complete thread -- can't find much on TCV
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- open or opened?
Complete thread -- that's true, too
Complete thread -- or peripheral blood pressure as opposed to apical BP
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- PBP - pulse BP
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- can you hear insertion place?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Neurontin 400 q.6
Complete thread -- Medication list: PRN Phenergan, _____ , Zofran PRN
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I believe it's "proximal DRIL procedure"
Complete thread -- loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP)
Complete thread -- current
Complete thread -- If abnormal, consider large ________ surgical excision procedure. She ...
Complete thread -- Advised Gardasil vaccine. Await ______ Pap smear. Return in six mont ...
Complete thread -- can you hear absorbable?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- this page shows G3 C1 A2
Complete thread -- sounds like he's changing "mixed with" to "alternating" SM
Complete thread -- confused which one to add and which one to leave, please help
Complete thread -- That's what I thought, too. ...
Complete thread -- thanks, all I could think of too, but never heard of it also
Complete thread -- cesarean maybe? never heard that either.
Complete thread -- I don't understand: "She is a gravida 4, para 2, A2, C0." sm
Complete thread -- pairs (or chains). Sorry to confuse you.
Complete thread -- it is probably NOT, since "firm" is part of the context.
Complete thread -- and ferrels = in pairs? WHAT
Complete thread -- likely is descriptive, when I key in s/l scriptive it bring descriptive up link
Complete thread -- s/l ferrels may be spherules sm & link 3/4th down
Complete thread -- The parents have found something that is helping the patient (a 13-yea ...
Complete thread -- spherules
Complete thread -- and ferrels = in pairs? semicolon before however, not a comma. commas around "hence" too.
Complete thread -- coccidioidomycosis immitis spores and fungus?
Complete thread -- See msg for context.
Complete thread -- hmm southbound sponge; all I can find is gelatin sponge sm & link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Gilbert
Complete thread -- she has a component of __________ disease. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- A s/l "southbound" sponge was placed
Complete thread -- Ameriprise
Complete thread -- Works as a financial advisor for _____________ (MI, Brighton) ...
Complete thread -- it is probably the department section he worked for at GM??
Complete thread -- if so, there is a graft called Propaten not like you s/l tho
Complete thread -- I'm supposing is this hemodialysis graft? dialysis pt.?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- he had an architectural and engineering firm and worked for General Motors. He retired.
Complete thread -- sir
Complete thread -- and your architectural and engineering firm.
Complete thread -- and your architectural and engineering firm.
Complete thread -- you retired from General Motors and _________ architecture ________ en ...
Complete thread -- He had a s/l "proz-berry-gel" procedure
Complete thread -- means TP= transverse process sm & link
Complete thread -- wonder and a guess if s/l obstein is "outside-in" don't use if can't hear it tho
Complete thread -- if you can't make it out, flag it "bunch of mumble though"
Complete thread -- that's probably it - it just sounds like a bunch of mumble though ...
Complete thread -- PA (pulmonary artery) pressure - listen for that
Complete thread -- Pulmonology
Complete thread -- AH.... thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Velcro ?
Complete thread -- Pulmonology
Complete thread -- yes, please see message
Complete thread -- ortho surgery word help - sm
Complete thread -- cursorily?
Complete thread -- cursory? cursory sweep was then performed . . .
Complete thread -- The peritoneal cavity was then swept **crush-ery* with no complications identified.
Complete thread -- maybe, he's just a such dud!! I guess I'll blank it to be sure. Thanks!
Complete thread -- transverse process(es)
Complete thread -- soft
Complete thread -- are you hearing DTs? (wag)
Complete thread -- gotcha!!
Complete thread -- I'm not saying what I have is correct, just is what it "sounds like" to me thinking of my
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- I was thinking itwas something to mean lowered, because not all of her s.m.
Complete thread -- towards the bilateral *T Ps* at L3, L4 and L5.
Complete thread -- a bah-soft = elevated - or elevation of (blood pressure)
Complete thread -- found it! Bepreve
Complete thread -- This is an 80-year-old