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Complete thread -- (hmmm....I love it!....I agree with your cardiologist, dfllnn!)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sure it's not ureteroneocystostomy? mucocutaneous fistula?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it's Aricept 5 mg, NOT 50!
Complete thread -- She seems to be saying leukovoric acid.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Yeah this physician was reading straight from the radiology re ...
Complete thread -- She says "in order to evaluate better the cognitive function" (ESL)
Complete thread -- Not sure - evaluate better cognitive function - maybe means better evaluate cognitive
Complete thread -- Folic acid us usally given with that. Is she saying liquid folic acid?
Complete thread -- Used to work for a cardiologist whose father had been a rads man sm
Complete thread -- Regarding her memory loss, I recommended neuropsychological assessment ...
Complete thread -- She will continue on low-dose immunosuppression with methotrexate 7.5 ...
Complete thread -- Port-a-catheter?
Complete thread -- ureteroneocystostomy question, please
Complete thread -- LOL! capable of hearing "Golden Echoes" my ears are NOT! Occ "Leaden Echoes" come thru...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oh. Sorry, I didn't even listen, just that involving two torsade de pointes makes no sense
Complete thread -- you are correct, now that I hear it over again. ... "evolving to...."
Complete thread -- are you sure that wouldn't be evolving into torsade de pointes?
Complete thread -- the prolonged QT, evolving to torsade de pointes, and subsequent
Complete thread -- not evolving, but "involving two torsade de pointes."
Complete thread -- torsade de pointes
Complete thread -- were formulated as worrisome for prolonged QT, evolving to ___________ ...
Complete thread -- never mind. Found it. Zanca View (AC Joint View)
Complete thread -- shoulder x-ray. A s/l zinko view?
Complete thread -- intercarpal joints the articulations between the carpal bones
Complete thread -- I thought so too but he is saying ICP pretty clearly
Complete thread -- seems like it should be PIP with a proximal phalanx fracture.
Complete thread -- any chance it was Tribeca(TM)?
Complete thread -- I flagged finally. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- ______________is a 20-year-old female with an open reduction and sutur ...
Complete thread -- ;-)
Complete thread -- Gotcha. Makes sense . . thanks, Doc. :)
Complete thread -- gad! this is all I could get hematocrit 42, bicarb 31, d/not hear platelets or creatinine
Complete thread -- tympanic membrane is, oops, not "is" but "appears." My reasoning: "also" in next sentence.
Complete thread -- ear exam: s/l puh-teg-a-rains
Complete thread -- could be (interstitial)streaking, (pleural)"notching" or "saw-toothing" w/ TTN.
Complete thread -- (me, too.)
Complete thread -- When I heard it here, I thought 31. Better sound on this page. The other number, I am
Complete thread -- (I hear 31>21, but could be either w/o other 'lyte (or better ABG) values
Complete thread -- unsurpassable. Wonder if he got two combined.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Questioning bicarbonate as 21 or 31 too besides the blank.
Complete thread -- hmmm...appealing, esp if final "a" in s/l = the size or type, "A" of device.
Complete thread -- see link....wonder if this is it
Complete thread -- any chance he's slurring titanium mesh cage?
Complete thread -- I agree w/ all remarks so far. Usage of "free air"=within abd, but outside bowel lumen.
Complete thread -- thanks anyway, i flagged
Complete thread -- good plan
Complete thread -- (searched, no luck)
Complete thread -- Thank you -- think I will flag this one.
Complete thread -- I infer the meaning = "unovercomeable rigidity." "unsupervene....something"?
Complete thread -- s/l *crescenta* any guesses?thanks
Complete thread -- Patient with Parkinson's s/l "unsuperventible" rigidity
Complete thread -- or BiPAP auto-titrator maks? I hear that one ALL the time.
Complete thread -- BiPAP AutoSV mask?
Complete thread -- Frankly, I listened again and how you got that from that is just genius!
Complete thread -- a p. I so heard a B. Makes a world of difference. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- pyramidal drift
Complete thread -- I only ever hear nonrebreather?
Complete thread -- WAV sent for this.
Complete thread -- I guess I missed the term perforation in the OP's question.
Complete thread -- switched from BiPAP to *nosculator* mask. sm
Complete thread -- sounds like biraminold
Complete thread -- no recurrent tumor orphan noted?
Complete thread -- Zenpep - Pancrelipase is used to help improve food - another one for the archives.
Complete thread -- s/l *fun* any guesses?thanks
Complete thread -- see link, page 187 discussing duodenal perforation CT free air ...it
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- may be saying "an area of"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think he just stumbles around *a*
Complete thread -- pruritis vulvae
Complete thread -- obgyn word help - sm
Complete thread -- CT shows _____ soft tissue density in the gallbladder fossa.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- mitgehen - Catatonia (mitgehen) - a state of excited or inhibited motor activity
Complete thread -- monopril?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I've reposted it as a clickable link for you, though not sure what it has to do with OPs
Complete thread -- Betapace, _____, Plavix, aspirin, testosterone supplement
Complete thread -- pontine hemorrhagic infarct?
Complete thread -- Without a doubt, the link goes to free air, outside the the stomach, duodenum,
Complete thread -- seems the term is used...could get there apparently thru perforation..see link
Complete thread -- pontine *mylastic* infarct
Complete thread -- must'a been VR??? LOL!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't believe it would be considered *free air* if contained
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will go with the drugs.com
Complete thread -- ct scan specks of free air
Complete thread -- link here too
Complete thread -- The mft has the whole word MIST on the box, but that's just marketing. You can
Complete thread -- Drugs.com has it capped...
Complete thread -- scan that revealed *specks of free air* and some transmural inflammatory
Complete thread -- Primatene Mist? Is Mist capped? From what I can tell, only Primatene is trademarked
Complete thread -- and removable from her shoe???
Complete thread -- Ty !
Complete thread -- deep white matter?
Complete thread -- cranial CT ~ s/l dephoid matter
Complete thread -- Podiatry - sm
Complete thread -- NM, sending in
Complete thread -- Don't think - much too early after an 15 hour day.
Complete thread -- Don't thing saying trigeminal, though he is ESL and
Complete thread -- previously diagnosed with *treg mena* dystonia.
Complete thread -- according to this article (see link) from Am Jnl of Physiology, yes.
Complete thread -- perinephric or perinephritic?
Complete thread -- perinephritic?
Complete thread -- "He had a lovely glucose of 352." Well, isn't that charming?
Complete thread -- perinephrectomy? only getting 88 google hits.
Complete thread -- he mispronounces EVERYthing. This is the fourth report he has dictated tonight and each
Complete thread -- #1. Minitran patches? (weird to hear an EFL dictator mispronounce so many meds)
Complete thread -- same guy, new patient. He is saying the patient has "lactate" acidosis. but, that
Complete thread -- I hear patches or badges for the first one, but can't get the anything
Complete thread -- the way he butchers words it very well could be Multaq. thanks.
Complete thread -- #2 Multaq?
Complete thread -- posted another wav. please sm
Complete thread -- agree bulk sm
Complete thread -- thanks! I hear rapid ventricular response now. doh!
Complete thread -- This is from my list, & other terms you may hear and purpose
Complete thread -- I hear - history of atrial fibrillation with rapid ventricular response; commonly heard sm
Complete thread -- if interested, see link
Complete thread -- could also be "atrial fibrillation with rapid ventricular response"
Complete thread -- listened to wav - I agree with hyperventricular
Complete thread -- I find references for rapid ventricular response = hyperventricular response
Complete thread -- I posted a wav
Complete thread -- hyperventricular response? please sm
Complete thread -- possibly. will listen a few more times. Thanks for help.
Complete thread -- bulk?
Complete thread -- s/l buck or book in a neurological test
Complete thread -- Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
Complete thread -- I recommended a series of occiput to C1 facet injections plus or minus s/l PRP
Complete thread -- encroaching? crowding?
Complete thread -- retracting?
Complete thread -- Nope. Thanks; I'm blanking it and moving on.
Complete thread -- sucking?
Complete thread -- going to flag. Just not clear enough.
Complete thread -- vascularly?
Complete thread -- CXR showed rib expansion with "sooching" c/w transient tachypnea of the newborn.
Complete thread -- Odd wording, but maybe "additionally"?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l daschially the finger was distally viable
Complete thread -- always needs to be looked at as a possible source, and if fever continues, will
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I hear a tumor, liver _______ ?
Complete thread -- I think you are correct with lingula, the OP just needs to listen for left.
Complete thread -- That's true. Sorry, didn't see right there. Ignore my answer.
Complete thread -- did your wav post?
Complete thread -- note: Lingula is in the left lung, not right.
Complete thread -- middle, inferior and lingular lobes?
Complete thread -- different causes including _____ or having Port-a-cath
Complete thread -- atelectasis versus pulmonary scarring of the rt middle & inferior SL lingulobes?
Complete thread -- I was just searching and found that. I'm sure that is it. It
Complete thread -- Propulsid?
Complete thread -- That *may* be it! Can't be sure, though. I'm going to flag it. Thanks for your help!!
Complete thread -- Trying to think of a discontinued med. It was a GERD med and
Complete thread -- badge?
Complete thread -- I get what you're saying; it just doesn't seem to be a fit here. :-)
Complete thread -- That is very interesting, the whole quote/unquote thing...
Complete thread -- That's a great suggestion, but I'm just not hearing that. Thank you, though!
Complete thread -- shoulder apprehension sign?
Complete thread -- totally agree with you, but wonder if by "good" doc means it's "negative"
Complete thread -- The fact that she has it might be bad, but she could have a good (as in positive) sign?
Complete thread -- I looked this up, and it would appear that if she has a shoulder-pad sign, it's not good.
Complete thread -- sorry, should be shoulder-pad sign (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- shoulder pad sign?
Complete thread -- Have you heard of a "shoulder patch sign"?
Complete thread -- Just coming to think that is what it was. He doesn't say and
Complete thread -- FOLFIRI is a chemotherapy regimen for treatment of colorectal cancer. It is made up of the
Complete thread -- no malnutrition
Complete thread -- progression on Avastin *full peri* first line.
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Review of Systems - GI REVIEW - .wav sent
Complete thread -- antrum, plural = "antra"
Complete thread -- antra
Complete thread -- CT of the facial bones: No evidence of fracture. /sm
Complete thread -- yes, I think that is it. Tx so much
Complete thread -- tolterodine ? generic Detrol for bladder spasms
Complete thread -- found this - Masaoka staging system for thymoma, sm
Complete thread -- Med s/l telploridine, lady w/migraines, TIA, and hypertension
Complete thread -- I did have that part, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I think OP had that part...she apologized for long pause, but was trying to give content
Complete thread -- I would not change on my own, I wanted to call radiologist to ask him if he wanted to have
Complete thread -- The quality is horrid~~too scratchy for words!
Complete thread -- I think it is important to leave it as dictated as that is the
Complete thread -- I don't get why they just want to multiply such a blatant error. Yet if we look
Complete thread -- Her heartburn is worse when bending down. There is no relief with antacids.
Complete thread -- that is exactly it; in header of exam, it is typed in reason GLF
Complete thread -- sigh.
Complete thread -- That might be the notes the radiologist was given. He doesn't have the
Complete thread -- It is that bad. I was trying to at least get a good HPI to go along
Complete thread -- I don't know if that is correct. I was hoping others would jump in. I am guessing
Complete thread -- that is seriously how it sounds? it sounds so distorted....I pitty you! sorry!
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- did not realize it would cut off
Complete thread -- sm everything listed under system
Complete thread -- oncology foreign 2 me, do see in Stedman's oncology under "system" Masaoka staging system
Complete thread -- You're right. fall down 10 stairs should not be a ground-level fall
Complete thread -- Radiologist are often given very limited information on the x-ray
Complete thread -- another oncology - s/l mas-a-ocus system - sm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Sorry for the long pause but was trying to give content before my blanks
Complete thread -- H&P for colonoscopy
Complete thread -- I hear - Recently she started having having increasing heartburn
Complete thread -- 81 mg daily
Complete thread -- comma after 30th needed as series of 3 calls for that
Complete thread -- Googled and found it has a whole bevy of side-effects!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Yes. (nm)
Complete thread -- started having increasing heartburn
Complete thread -- Good grief, never heard of that one afore either!
Complete thread -- sure - it was erlotinib - sure didn't s/l my s/l LOL!
Complete thread -- care to share what it was?
Complete thread -- Never mind - got it :)
Complete thread -- reposted wav
Complete thread -- s/l rowlantin - sm
Complete thread -- first one might be LFT's?
Complete thread -- H&P for colonoscopy
Complete thread -- dates okay as I have them? plse sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sirolimus?
Complete thread -- pls again listen thanx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I have never tried listening to mp3... (sm)
Complete thread -- Alka-Seltzer?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ascorbic acid, aspirin 81 daily, ... p.r.n. , calcium and vitamin E supplements?
Complete thread -- It may be hopeless; there seems to be a flaw in the tape (I don't know if that problem can
Complete thread -- Zocor, ____________spironolactone. ...
Complete thread -- Include ascorbic acid, aspiri 81 daily, _____________p.r.n. ...
Complete thread -- (I couldn't agree more! You're preaching to the choir! LOL! :-)
Complete thread -- Then we don't need to have to be subjected to that either. And if
Complete thread -- (when I have heard docs doing that in the dictation carrells, usually they are cursing to
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks - I'll listen for those
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- enhancement?
Complete thread -- would listen for Tikosyn
Complete thread -- with these, but
Complete thread -- hyperemia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- edema?
Complete thread -- We reviewed a plan of vaccinating him ____________. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l anemia - sm
Complete thread -- some kind of medication for atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- but slowly and split. He has not gotten his 4-year-old ....
Complete thread -- He has gotten his immunizations, but slowly _________. He has not ...
Complete thread -- septums?
Complete thread -- yeah. completely agree. just give him a blank
Complete thread -- She needs to report that to the higher-ups and that doctor needs to be reminded
Complete thread -- She underwent mammography and ultrasound, which showed a cystic-type
Complete thread -- if you suspect it is part of dictation you could try posting a .wav/mp3 of the Spanish sm
Complete thread -- I've got a resident like that. Her English is very bad and if she
Complete thread -- As stated verbatim account - can't change
Complete thread -- and suddenly he spoke 30 seconds of Spanish and I don't understand.
Complete thread -- I think that is probable it, going to flag, though, thanks.
Complete thread -- i know, but he is definitely saying something the OW like HOW sound.
Complete thread -- Hartmann?
Complete thread -- i would change to nervous breakdown.
Complete thread -- s/l houtman's or toutman's procedure?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- No ?. Patient claims "she had a nerve breaking down."
Complete thread -- significant pill-rolling tremors
Complete thread -- s/l VRC may be ? VSD = ventricular septal defect sm
Complete thread -- Terminology questions
Complete thread -- rude, unkind winnie, don't join the others who do that.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- elicited (?), delirium
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- kinda s/l ...oxygen, bronchodilator, nebulizer treatment...
Complete thread -- I was way off - chest x-ray.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Factor V Leiden homozygote - *transexually* normal
Complete thread -- what you will do ?
Complete thread -- Figured it out. It's a G2.
Complete thread -- He may drink s/l "ag-2 or he-2" with electrolyte replacement....
Complete thread -- Happens to me all the time.
Complete thread -- UGH duh! Right on the tip of my brain, but was out of reach=) Thank you!
Complete thread -- vas deferens
Complete thread -- Sorry, *vastephrins*
Complete thread -- Vasectomy
Complete thread -- can you spell?
Complete thread -- can you spell?
Complete thread -- I hear "bronchodilator and will have treatment, as well as check a BNP"
Complete thread -- Its Haloweeen :) Enjoy
Complete thread -- Its Haloweeen :) Enjoy
Complete thread -- and bronchodilator _____ treatment?
Complete thread -- We will continue oxygen _____ , as well as check a BNP.
Complete thread -- adenomatous
Complete thread -- abdominal stricture?
Complete thread -- Found AO plaster splint while googling around
Complete thread -- there is an AO surgical technique but I just have not heard
Complete thread -- I saw that too
Complete thread -- I missed the word plaster in your original post-maybe volar splint?
Complete thread -- (late suggestion: "hemolysis"?)
Complete thread -- A dominant....
Complete thread -- abnormal?
Complete thread -- s/l "abdomna" stricture in the proximal common bile duct.
Complete thread -- maybe ASO?
Complete thread -- Zanca
Complete thread -- Great suggestion....
Complete thread -- s/l zenco view on an x-ray.
Complete thread -- AFO? -see message
Complete thread -- Nonunion bimalleolar right ankle fracture with lateral subluxation of the talus.
Complete thread -- thrombosed vein may be felt as a hard cord. nm
Complete thread -- hmm, hepatofugal flow hey, lemma write that one down. nm
Complete thread -- WAG - comatosity?
Complete thread -- amylase?
Complete thread -- It was a male patient. The doc is probably stumbling, but I'll blank it.
Complete thread -- Abnormal "amolysis" with hemangioma. Pt with hep C.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. it's hypoechoic...thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- s/l hypoploic - sm
Complete thread -- ...the coma she had resolved at this point.
Complete thread -- Patient originally comatose but the "coma C" has resolved at this point.
Complete thread -- You're welcome.
Complete thread -- I agree with you in principle: give doc what (s)he dictates unless it is wrong.
Complete thread -- I really agree with you that either isclear in meaning, I just
Complete thread -- well, I am going with Stedman's, it says gray-white differentiation also gray-white matter
Complete thread -- (hmmm...I'm persuaded.....I no longer see Stedman's as necessarily superior....
Complete thread -- typo..see description above about duality
Complete thread -- both are justified; it is your pick. In general, best for MT to pick ONE & be consistent.
Complete thread -- See description about about "duality"...I would give him what he said slash (/), also
Complete thread -- American Medical Association Manual of Style discussion on
Complete thread -- yes, it is "cording."
Complete thread -- now I am confused....which should he get...the gray-white or gray/white ??
Complete thread -- (thanks, Q!:-)
Complete thread -- (an MT should NEVER trust an MD to know and use correctly the proper punctuation.
Complete thread -- PubMed shows articles referring to gray matter/white matter...and
Complete thread -- thanks...I thought so...his "slash" threw me off and made me second-guess myself
Complete thread -- gray-white is correct (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- Patient in with right knee pain. SM
Complete thread -- gray-white or gray/white (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks for solving the mystery. Report already sent with blank. Will know next time.
Complete thread -- me neither, will know better next time.
Complete thread -- Sorry Questyr, didn't mean to sound ungrateful. I just think
Complete thread -- No prob...Been there and done that myself.
Complete thread -- Credit has been given where it was due...I didn't think to
Complete thread -- I mean *I just typed*
Complete thread -- actually, to give credit where it is due, I justed typed Brown * syndrome
Complete thread -- gotcha ... thanks ...
Complete thread -- currently, per AHDI, no commas in numbers of 4 digits left of the decimal.
Complete thread -- how interesting! read on it, didn't know could be done for heaven sakes nm.
Complete thread -- I should SAY SO!!! Thanks, genii! Y'all receive the gold-plated spittoon for today! :-)
Complete thread -- WBC
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction, Questyr! :-) SM
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Da_ n, they are good!
Complete thread -- I sympathize both for you and that poor patient. Perhaps someone
Complete thread -- Brown-Sequard
Complete thread -- Brown-Sequard
Complete thread -- I would add that I did check OneLook and advertize
Complete thread -- In diagnosis list *brown za pord* syndrome
Complete thread -- only correct spelling to advertise
Complete thread -- (thanks so much, darlene! new to me! :-)
Complete thread -- s/l "Le voll low" 2 mg (a guess) Livalo 2 mg (cholesterol) sm & link
Complete thread -- yes. Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l new peritoneum may be neo (link, look over, see what you think)
Complete thread -- no sure of s/l eb-SIN-o-nite see link (about 3/4 down) immunomodulators
Complete thread -- I bet thiamine IS right, since alcohol problem, heard a lot with this problem.
Complete thread -- advertize? i.e., publish or announce to the relevant folks?
Complete thread -- ... and x and x will also s/l athetize the same. (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l "Levollow" 2 mg daily.
Complete thread -- Thanks, going there now! :-)
Complete thread -- just re-sent, no bounce and I do have the b.
Complete thread -- oh, jimminy christmas!
Complete thread -- I have checked all emails I have remaining; seeing neither of yours. SM
Complete thread -- lol I did! Subject line said POI from WB
Complete thread -- visceral peritoneum?
Complete thread -- THANKS!!! :-)
Complete thread -- perhaps they did. I "delete w/o reading" lots of email. SM
Complete thread -- (I believe "intracystic " makes sense; to me, "inguin cystic" or "incon cystic,"both plumb
Complete thread -- I think so. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I heard "There are several sub-centimeter hypodensities." (I'll try again on #2.)
Complete thread -- CT scan of pancreas... .wav sent (2 blanks)
Complete thread -- message to Margaret
Complete thread -- (iow, repeat WBC, diff)
Complete thread -- diet?
Complete thread -- I believe "The deet" is instead "Repeat" should be monitored in about a week.
Complete thread -- "The deet" should be monitored in about a week.
Complete thread -- (hmmm,...I'm less sure...has pt had prior abd surgery? SM
Complete thread -- SAMe 100 mg...supplement for depression, degenerative joint disease, and liver problems.
Complete thread -- okay...thanks
Complete thread -- I would still think pneumoperitoneum.
Complete thread -- hearing "new" peritoneum, never heard that before. Not hearing pneumo-
Complete thread -- I think it might be thiamine.
Complete thread -- s/l "ebsinonite" ointment
Complete thread -- s/l "zimey" 100 mg q.a.m.
Complete thread -- ah, got it, "involution" changes.
Complete thread -- Elderly female, brain MRI showed microvascular ischemic disease and /sm
Complete thread -- (just to "beat a dead horse": OP, do you find that useful? I only occasionally do.:-) TIA
Complete thread -- hit return darn it.... I meant "search" or "new search" boxes
Complete thread -- I guess it is actually the "search" or
Complete thread -- I have always typed in the "word board" or "backup word board" boxes
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- lozenges?
Complete thread -- YW, but from what I can see Search and Word List bring up the same archive hits
Complete thread -- s/l ? lavanges
Complete thread -- Thank you SO much, OP!! (it even makes sense now!! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- forget this
Complete thread -- might be saucerization...see link
Complete thread -- Found it - pollicization
Complete thread -- partial amputation (just a WAG)
Complete thread -- nor did halluxization
Complete thread -- "partial" something?
Complete thread -- ...didn't go anywhere on Google, nor did polluxization...)
Complete thread -- palliation? ("palletization" didn
Complete thread -- s/l pawsization
Complete thread -- thanks for the tip! In the past I have always used "Search"&"New Search." SM
Complete thread -- Thank you Questyr!
Complete thread -- I would put a comma between....presumably he's giving the the taper amounts.
Complete thread -- using "thousand" as index search word in BOS 3, okay to type 32.0 thousand SM
Complete thread -- apparently aso "search" box gets you there too. I wonder what
Complete thread -- He says "Prednisone 100 90 80 70 etc." How should I type this?
Complete thread -- pretty sure you guys got it right at "leaden"... wish i could go back...
Complete thread -- oops, I mean Word List box
Complete thread -- In the "Word Search" box while gets you to archives by a word search
Complete thread -- (Questyr, forgive my "KG" question. did you mean into "Search" and "New Search" rectangles
Complete thread -- put ....thousand....in archives box....this has been answered before
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- more context might help us come up with an answer if any is available
Complete thread -- I looked in hard copy BOS 3rd ed, couldn't find easily.
Complete thread -- (I seem to remember AHDI has a "thing" against 32k, or 32k/mm3. SM
Complete thread -- White blood count is 32,000 or 32.0 ?? which is best?
Complete thread -- stones or sludge?
Complete thread -- Thanks, that was my second thought
Complete thread -- might be C&S of bile?
Complete thread -- s/l cns with bile
Complete thread -- this might work, google.com enter speciality/problem + score sm
Complete thread -- quicker to use google.com enter endobutton + website link
Complete thread -- (amazing the effect a very tiny word such as "by" can have! Enjoyed the laugh!
Complete thread -- no kidding
Complete thread -- ...when he is being fed or is eating himself in the hospital.
Complete thread -- (sorry, nm. I hadn't read down the thread to your post before I "stepped on your toes"
Complete thread -- thanks! Will flag.
Complete thread -- 'dinitrate" as a drug makes no sense (no "active" moiety). I would flag.
Complete thread -- s/l contrast bands is probably contrast baths sm
Complete thread -- Did YOU read her message at all?
Complete thread -- (it IS reassuring when that happens! that docs we admire CAN know what they're talking
Complete thread -- seasonal affective disorder. Maybe the "30 mg" is instead "30 min"??
Complete thread -- Wow, you're so right. I knew this doc was too smart to get it wrong. I just
Complete thread -- NP states elderly male with hypertension recently changed to
Complete thread -- degenerative is the proper form and have never worked anywhere that endings weren't allowe
Complete thread -- probably meant 30 minutes daily, not mg
Complete thread -- days ellipsed? WERE (plural)
Complete thread -- yes, there are lots of them, eg erythromycin ethylsuccinate, erythromycin estolate, etc
Complete thread -- Not sure what it is abbrev for, but it's a form of artificial lighting for patients in sm
Complete thread -- did you google SAD light at all? -see message-
Complete thread -- -mycins are a classification of antibiotics of which a couple are forms of E-mycin sm
Complete thread -- Thanks going to flag. She later says SAD light was prescribed
Complete thread -- See answer to post below (??).
Complete thread -- He did seem to say described, but even if prescribed, what are contrast bands
Complete thread -- Likely a brain fart on her part.
Complete thread -- Oh, good guess. I did send it in and flagged it, but I like your suggestion! : )
Complete thread -- Why would my doc pluralize erythromycinS?
Complete thread -- SAD light *30 mg* daily. This is as clear as can be.
Complete thread -- just wondered if he meant elapsed
Complete thread -- NM, moving on.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I think if doc said that, it's clear enough and would give it to him. If this
Complete thread -- Did you check archives above? Lots of posts but I don't have time to review and
Complete thread -- If that's your exact context, then no. Cap only when accompanied by the
Complete thread -- Radiation note. The *overlapped* days in his treatment was 36. Please
Complete thread -- Lumbar spine CT: "degeneration" changes. I've always heard "degenerative."
Complete thread -- Is there an ointment that sounds like Tock-Four? ointment
Complete thread -- salmonella sepsis (cap salmonella ?)
Complete thread -- EndoButton repair or Endobutton? anyone know? NM
Complete thread -- Cranial nerves II - XII intact and has an S/L Halsbackin? score of 4 out of 6 on left
Complete thread -- Do you mean prescribed? Yes contrast bands makes sense
Complete thread -- Very short podiatry note. I'll flag so I can send in now.
Complete thread -- For cold feet, he was described *contrast bands* to be performed before bedtime.
Complete thread -- moving on.. thanks again
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- nvm..moving on. thanks!
Complete thread -- no, it should be "like that of her father, which fused."
Complete thread -- Is my apostrophe in father's correct? sm please
Complete thread -- thanks nm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- #1 prednisone.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Sounds like he had a chest film that was seen by xxx
Complete thread -- Head CT was nonrevealing for hemorrhage
Complete thread -- nope, can't get this one either. nm
Complete thread -- can't get it. Trying slowing wayy down to a crawl, it usually works for me
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- Head CT was ______ hemorrhage.
Complete thread -- Got it - sacrococcygectomy.
Complete thread -- Pt with rectal cancer. Had an APR, permanent colostomy insertion, and ......
Complete thread -- Ah, you beat me by a second, jerseygal. :-)
Complete thread -- here is some more information -- see message
Complete thread -- Google the phrase "leaden paralysis" - I think it's what you're looking for.
Complete thread -- check out -- Leaden paralysis is unique to bipolar depression
Complete thread -- Is that LIE-dem paralysis or LIDD-dem paralysis?
Complete thread -- s/l "lidem paralysis"
Complete thread -- should read "much more comfortablY at this time,"
Complete thread -- Agreed, and let's all thank the Lord and ask His guidance for another year!
Complete thread -- resting
Complete thread -- s/l "restly much more comfortable"
Complete thread -- i think that'
Complete thread -- left it blank already... can't hear Librium/Valium/CIWA. Happy Thanksgiving =)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- CIWA (clinical institute withdrawal assessment)
Complete thread -- Not like your s/l, but any chance you hear CIWA
Complete thread -- V** Hospital Emergency Department - the emergency department at V** Hospital
Complete thread -- capitalization
Complete thread -- Happy Thanksgiving, all! As I counted my blessings today I realized how lucky I am
Complete thread -- Librium?
Complete thread -- s/l "Willam" detox protocol
Complete thread -- Happy Thanksgiving! All I've done today is eat.....
Complete thread -- Obviously, antibiotic beads was the correct answer - because the OP verified it
Complete thread -- I had to send with blank but I think it was something "fluids." So bad of an esl I
Complete thread -- yep, have heard of this (for next time, how to find? google.com enter sm
Complete thread -- ??and giving more fluids the serum creatinine...."
Complete thread -- After holding Lasix and giving s/l "mall fluosis" serum creatinine has come back to
Complete thread -- He said it again - it's antibiotic beads. Tx!
Complete thread -- (Pacific!:-)
Complete thread -- (leaving to eat big; back around 9 or so! ;-)
Complete thread -- Status post I&D with s/l "antibiotic B" or "antibody B" placement
Complete thread -- (just curious: is doc ESL? His pronunciation involves a simple spoonerism of consonants.)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much Mgt!
Complete thread -- leiomyoma (singular acc to my teachers) leiomyomata (plural, same source);"leiomyomas"=
Complete thread -- female with uterine s/l myomyomia causing her irregular bleeding and pelvic pain and
Complete thread -- (yippee! for nm and acdaca!:-)
Complete thread -- Often that would be "MAE to stimulation." (MAE="moves all extremities.)
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. That's it. So easy. I was looking for something quite technical.
Complete thread -- (good suggestion, I think. :-)
Complete thread -- It does not last?
Complete thread -- (hehe! great minds.....LOL! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will flag. Odd. I got larce too, just thought I was nuts.
Complete thread -- (I tend to doubt it, b/c LOC is a different order of magnitude than all the other "negativ
Complete thread -- (jeepers!) to me, s/l "larce," "larse," I have NO idea!!! Good luck!
Complete thread -- thanks for trying Mgt, will flag as this is not clear
Complete thread -- wonder if he is just trying to say loss of consciousness but misses.
Complete thread -- hmmm...if you no longer hear the s/l "alter," then maybe pt was struck, assaulted, by some
Complete thread -- added WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- WAG: no "cough"?
Complete thread -- alternatively, might the "-ed" of your s/l "strucked" actually doc trying to say "him"?
Complete thread -- who was struck s/l assaulted on?
Complete thread -- Sounds like - there is not loss.
Complete thread -- (hmmm...picky Mgt says: ostia=plural. Is doc visualizing ostia of Fallopian tubes? or cerv
Complete thread -- He was a pedestrian; auto struck (him, understood) on 11/24...=my WA guess
Complete thread -- He was a pedestrian s/l alter strucked on 11/24/2010. Plshelp.
Complete thread -- (were your pt's results fractionated into CK-MB, CK-BB, and CK-MM? (if you know.)
Complete thread -- Ouch. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Yes. My patient with highest value was 18 thousand and something.
Complete thread -- Patient had elevated troponin and CK of "9963." Can't tell if that's realistic.
Complete thread -- to enhance clarity, maybe put Valium after Penicillin, and cantelope last? Commas?
Complete thread -- I'm back. I believe the correct words are "hypersegmented" and "megaloblastic."
Complete thread -- HYPERsegmented neutrophils can be associated with Vit B-12 deficiency, anemia w/ incr MCV.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- personally, I wouldn't change doc's word, especially if pt will/did receive radiation r
Complete thread -- Dictated: Chest wall 'irradiation.' Should I edit to 'radiation?' Thanks
Complete thread -- sharing my list of beta blockers (for next time)
Complete thread -- heck in your link even a child receives
Complete thread -- pardon broken link above; correct one is in post below.
Complete thread -- SUBLIMAZE (fentanyl citrate) injection is a potent narcotic analgesic. Each milliliter of
Complete thread -- corrected link inside.
Complete thread -- Unless the 52 yr old were a dwarf weighing 25 kg! Children are Constantly receiving doses
Complete thread -- Your link didn't work, but 50 is what it comes in, not 15. even your own
Complete thread -- 50 is more likely than 15; but safest always is to flag.
Complete thread -- I didn't explain clearly, he meant, (with what pt is now on) he would thus change to
Complete thread -- I would transcribe as dictated,none listed were beta blockers BUT
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- it comes as 25, 50, 75 100, etc.
Complete thread -- Question on 52'yo male in ER with sudden onset of headache.
Complete thread -- oh goodness. Thought it was in the car. Thanks. Duh.
Complete thread -- character
Complete thread -- Duh, NM, it's stabilized
Complete thread -- stabilized?
Complete thread -- She was intubated and then was s/l "stage lysed," extubated, and then transferred to
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- cavity?
Complete thread -- actually the OP put it capped, and I just responded quickly and
Complete thread -- arabic per BoS
Complete thread -- Wag: "in a typical fashion"?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?chamfering
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- After *camping* the femoral tunnel
Complete thread -- Bone was harvested in a *tropic little* fashion
Complete thread -- Normal ostia. *cavilary* normal.
Complete thread -- at present?
Complete thread -- Kienbock's
Complete thread -- The patient therefore does not have any evidence of glucose intolerance or diabetes *
Complete thread -- but moved all extremities *to sedation*. Given her
Complete thread -- TIMI-III flow or TIMI-3 flow?
Complete thread -- Actually, it kind of is.
Complete thread -- A review of his imaging including x-rays from today and previously, as ...
Complete thread -- MQ employee working today, do we get holiday pay and straight time or time-and-a-half
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- it is cm of water
Complete thread -- Doc clearly states CPAP setting was at 10 "mmHg" (millimeter of mercury), but
Complete thread -- Hmmmm. No one put it capped, so I have my doubts that anyone knew that.
Complete thread -- Lormax Stern - a development company
Complete thread -- Will do. I did too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Fifty lashes to doc for saying that. Not in our job description.
Complete thread -- I did also (was bored), non are beta blockers. I would flag.
Complete thread -- I did that. There are none that are technically beta-blockers.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Well, you'd have to look up each med and see if only one of those is
Complete thread -- interstitial markings? hilum?
Complete thread -- interstitium
Complete thread -- Yes, of course. I think we all know that. : )
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed atelectasis and prominence of the *inter-stih-chum.* SM for
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- list of medications. He says to change the beta-blocker to Bystolic. Which one?
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- ? L4-L5 fusion bilaterally? they are two different vertebral bodies, not bilateral.
Complete thread -- wondering about the pleural though as it said L5 nerve *root*
Complete thread -- foraminotomies?
Complete thread -- fusion bilaterally and *formalities* of the involved
Complete thread -- is no evidence of polysegmented neutrophils to account for macroblastic anemia
Complete thread -- glad to help!
Complete thread -- You guys, Bruce is capped. it is a proper name
Complete thread -- Oops, just saw this. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, seeing SBP is systolic blood pressure (?)
Complete thread -- stage one standard bruce protocol-easiest level of exercise
Complete thread -- Does this make any sense? Static on line but what I hear is...
Complete thread -- So glad I checked back before sending. YES. Thank you. This doctor often
Complete thread -- could it be...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Oh, I think that's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- ?globular
Complete thread -- singular
Complete thread -- Listening again and sounds more like *cah-pew-lah* if that makes any difference!
Complete thread -- This would be singular, correct? ring and not rings? Checking Google and
Complete thread -- Wow, thanks so much! New one for me. I'll check it out further. : )
Complete thread -- Neck mass is *copular* and mildly firm to palpation. Please SM for
Complete thread -- Waldeyer's ring
Complete thread -- His *wad-eyes-rings* show no lymphadenopathy. SM for full
Complete thread -- (food allergen)
Complete thread -- manifested by rash and *cantelope* and Valium.
Complete thread -- I'm looking for a physician in Indiana named "Beth Dukonic" Deconick Daconic
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Grafton DBM Crunch Demineralized bone
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I appreciate your help. ...
Complete thread -- DBX is a putty (demineralized bone matrix) sm
Complete thread -- found this, had no idea nifedipine (Adalat) used for this sm
Complete thread -- It's petrolatum -another name for petroleum jelly -sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think ok, at that point, pt still alive (then became pulseless) "sad" to read a death
Complete thread -- nifedipine gel
Complete thread -- She briefly had a *pulse of* tachycardia about 20 minutes
Complete thread -- DBX *crunch* graft
Complete thread -- They very clearly mispronounce things all the time.
Complete thread -- I agree and I think he has made this mistake before. I am going with ...
Complete thread -- but you can only either type reticent (reluctant) or flag as what he 'says' is not a word
Complete thread -- Doctor clearly dictates "rescindent" ...
Complete thread -- reticent?
Complete thread -- We talked a great deal about a shower chair which he is very s/l resci ...
Complete thread -- Thanx - especially on Thanksgiving! ...
Complete thread -- oops.. typo.. shoud be Heberden's and Bouchard's nodes
Complete thread -- thank you! It sounded pretty clear, but when i googled it, it did not seem to be a real
Complete thread -- Heberden's and Bouchard's nbodes
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- Inspection and palpation of the joints shows multiple joint arthritic ...
Complete thread -- thanks was hearing ...in the s/l or-gan clinic. found nothing on ms
Complete thread -- can only hear what s/l *organic* clinic
Complete thread -- neoadjuvant?
Complete thread -- Pancreatic cancer
Complete thread -- Chemo drug help
Complete thread -- nonenhancement?
Complete thread -- please listen to wav (mississippi account)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- On urinalysis, anyone ever hear the phrase "interfered with?"
Complete thread -- outside the scope of the sono . . . .
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- i hear: ...and compression of the ulnar at the wrist.
Complete thread -- 2 mm area of s/l "not" enhancement on MRI
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- no, and it plays for me as a wav but not as an mp3. No explanation available here.
Complete thread -- check archives above
Complete thread -- I am not able to hear the converted mp3... is the .wav gone?
Complete thread -- represents recurrent carpal tunnel and compression (?) at the wrist.
Complete thread -- As I discussed with the patient, I am somewhat skeptical about this current situation
Complete thread -- thenar muscles are graded IV, should that be 4?
Complete thread -- thenar muscles are graded
Complete thread -- I think it does not make sense to try to pluralize "arthritis of multiple joints"
Complete thread -- can polyarthralgia be used in the plural i.e. polyarthralgias?
Complete thread -- then your s/l translates to "mild congestive" heart failure.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray
Complete thread -- another long shot WAG - mild left-sided heart failure?
Complete thread -- WAGs- pulmonary infiltrates? mild infiltrates?
Complete thread -- I don't really understand your s/l, but check this and see if anything fits....sm
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray
Complete thread -- Free T4
Complete thread -- lab data showed TSH 9.97 s/l "friti for" 1.1, and normal CBC...
Complete thread -- (thanks!:-)
Complete thread -- swivel knife =) got it! - lm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it's not an abbreviation for anything. actinic keratosis. It is just
Complete thread -- cut-off part may be flow cytometry? s/m
Complete thread -- Santyl
Complete thread -- sorry.."that expressed" CD34(no hyphen)
Complete thread -- s/l "silver mesh??"
Complete thread -- pt has coccyx wound txd with "sand peel" and foam dressing TIA :)
Complete thread -- #1 fluorescein increased blasts???
Complete thread -- sorry, that should have remained were CD34-negative. Ignore the was
Complete thread -- ..increased blasts that expressed CD33 and CD15 but was CD34`
Complete thread -- the expressed CD33 and CD15 but were CD-34 negative.
Complete thread -- If clear, & used to dictator, I would go with it sm
Complete thread -- This biopsy was consistent with acute promyelocytic leukemia _________ ...
Complete thread -- This biopsy was consistent with acute promyelocytic leukemia _________ ...
Complete thread -- (however, "perirectal bleeding" would be hard for an MD to pick up on PE.
Complete thread -- I'm not Mgt, but since the rectum is internal and the bleeding would be coming out of the
Complete thread -- Maybe this link will explain it best.
Complete thread -- blue banner is where the ads go.
Complete thread -- Or as in perirectal abscess. It is a common word.
Complete thread -- Why? It makes total sense to me. Peri means around and there are dictionary entries for
Complete thread -- (thanks! new acronym/abbreviation for me!:-)
Complete thread -- Not run into"endo" yet but (pacemaker) fractured leads do get capped off sm
Complete thread -- No it's not. The injury was caused by the take down of attachments.
Complete thread -- (I picture them that way myself! :-) LOL! )
Complete thread -- ??"She was placed on Motrin (2 syllables) Valium, and put in the "Fast-Back" clinic"??
Complete thread -- on reconsideration, I agree with dfllnn.
Complete thread -- "ischemic," is KEY mick, not "i-SHEE-mick"
Complete thread -- (yippee!! Mgt is happy! :-)
Complete thread -- not too uncommon for English "sch" to be pronounced as in "shul," not "school."
Complete thread -- actually, I was picturing *mice* scurrying around *anonymously*
Complete thread -- yeah, I've heard ESL docs say "ischemic" as "ish she mick." SM
Complete thread -- ty. that will do and will do that. :-)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- (I think I'd give doc both words, though "no bleeding from the perirectal region" sounds
Complete thread -- (my suspicion is that it would work exactly as you describe! GOPHER it, fan!!!
Complete thread -- perirectal/perianal
Complete thread -- yes, you can bookmark it SM
Complete thread -- "annonymice" = the plural of "annonymouse." (in my lexicon, anyway! lol! :-)
Complete thread -- yeah, tnx
Complete thread -- yeah, agree with that.. would it work if I bookmark that link in my favorites or
Complete thread -- (my suggestion=that you enable it, bb. Maybe you could "hide" the "conversion" in "blue
Complete thread -- ps - text missing a word "tried to do an ILE"
Complete thread -- (belatedly I realize that poi's suggestion DOES make sense! Go with it!
Complete thread -- (I agree w/ Questyr and poi:)
Complete thread -- not really, since you're the only one who needs it.
Complete thread -- interlaminar epidural, I think
Complete thread -- anyone know what an ILE is? sm please
Complete thread -- I'm curious as well....
Complete thread -- maybe change was outlined to as outlined?
Complete thread -- BillyBob, have you placed that link somewhere or are you still testing or experimenting?
Complete thread -- Sentence does not make sense.
Complete thread -- We'll have to wait till I get back to work to see it work there too. As such I guess their
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wow you did that.. so nice of you. :-) TY. Sure, I wouldn't. In fact, I can request them
Complete thread -- Yep, instead of pronouncing isKEYmic, he pronounces "ish she mick"
Complete thread -- I BET THAT'S IT. He said it again and sounded like "schnook." Thanks! I wouldn't
Complete thread -- that link renames the wav file as an mp3 SM
Complete thread -- yes.. it does (in fact I heard it earlier too at the below thread) but I'm at home now,
Complete thread -- does this link work for you?
Complete thread -- 6 a.m. dose of? something like that?
Complete thread -- but you can find "Fast Track Clinic." Clearly saying "fast-back" though.
Complete thread -- Figured out the first one - multimodal
Complete thread -- Nope - not hearing that.
Complete thread -- ischemic cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- I clearly hear fast-back clinic but it must specific to a clinic
Complete thread -- yeah.. exactly sounded like that... though didn't want to post as couldn't document it
Complete thread -- and was placed in the Fast-back clinic (unverified)
Complete thread -- dosage
Complete thread -- now
Complete thread -- microwave tissue coagulator?
Complete thread -- thanks! just coming back to say I found it. doh!
Complete thread -- He has diabetes mellitus type 2, end-stage renal disease, hypertension, and "shinnick
Complete thread -- trochlea
Complete thread -- there is no wav
Complete thread -- knee arthroscopy....s/l troclid...please see msg
Complete thread -- Please sm - 2 questions
Complete thread -- She was given Motrin, Norco, and Valium ___________back in clinic. ...
Complete thread -- I guess I should have left it unexplained! lol
Complete thread -- I hope y'all LOL cuz I thunk it meant "poi" short for poison, rt?
Complete thread -- Thanks for catching the missing comma.
Complete thread -- the comma is needed; would say retractoring Kitner
Complete thread -- LOL...actually it was a discussion between an *annonymice* and poi.
Complete thread -- concluding when cleaning his and needs a comma after hypertension.
Complete thread -- I would type it hypo-IGA
Complete thread -- Now I think maybe he's saying "when putting his musical instruments away"
Complete thread -- I'd say it's slang usage for the abbreviated form, so if verbatim, eeeew; otherwise expand
Complete thread -- First thought s/l "including," then s/l "when cleaning" See context
Complete thread -- (I believe it=okay, spelling & usage. Plural form of "actinic keratoses," abbreviated.
Complete thread -- I lied :) It was "ulcer prophylaxis." Thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- actinics (plural) is this correct spelling?
Complete thread -- yes :) TY Kindly! :)
Complete thread -- I guess that didn't help you figure out how to type it though.
Complete thread -- immunofluorescence
Complete thread -- (not deleted. OP was ~0900 hours today, and has now gone off the bottom of this page...
Complete thread -- sent biopsies of nodular lesion for histology and s/l immuno-thresence and cultures
Complete thread -- Maybe stating 2 1/2 rolls of three inch casting tape.
Complete thread -- (thank you; new to me! :-)
Complete thread -- acid reflux?
Complete thread -- not sure how to type this... sm
Complete thread -- Did a whole thread get deleted or something? Not sure I've seen that happen yet.
Complete thread -- I also thought poi was Hawaiian :) I sure do appreciate her, Mgt, and Billy Bob.
Complete thread -- Thanks!! It's a real treat to learn the true etymology of "poi"!
Complete thread -- For prevention, give PPI for "supraflaxis". Absolutely doesn't sound like prophylaxis
Complete thread -- S/L hypo IGA. If this is correct, do you cap it or not? Thanks sm
Complete thread -- Thank you Margaret. I will take this thread in which to explain POI
Complete thread -- you don't want a comma there
Complete thread -- retractor and Kitner?
Complete thread -- There were 2 small injuries noted to the spleen sm
Complete thread -- No. Almost s/l *vasource*. nm
Complete thread -- (Not a question) poi, pay no attention to the "annonymice" behind the curtain.
Complete thread -- Vascular circular stapler?
Complete thread -- the *vessore* stapler was used to transect the artery. nm
Complete thread -- yaaaay, how satisfying when you get a word that drives you nuts!
Complete thread -- Is he saying "one point three" and "one point 5"?
Complete thread -- YES! I just found it!
Complete thread -- (thanks so much for the answer! That one had my head spinning!:-)
Complete thread -- (I take the above post back. I believe there is MORE support for "chalasis."
Complete thread -- "bilateral upper lid dermatochalasis"?
Complete thread -- (still working on it...) I have docu'd the "aclasis" part, I believe...)
Complete thread -- dermatochalasis?
Complete thread -- dermato-something?
Complete thread -- Never mind, it was VCD.
Complete thread -- sounds so clear: Prilo dramata aclasis
Complete thread -- vocal cordy dysfunction, undergone therapy to correct the s/l "weesity."
Complete thread -- (i could be way off but that word came to mind when i saw your guess)
Complete thread -- could it be something to do with scleroderma?
Complete thread -- WAG-does he mean teeth 1-5 and 1-3?
Complete thread -- eyelid surgery
Complete thread -- good point, bottom line. very good point. and i have that very thing in mind myself...
Complete thread -- ;-)
Complete thread -- teeth are numbered by position. I presume this=pediodontist, and his "1" indicates the chi
Complete thread -- This doctor keeps saying tooth 1.3, 1.5, etc...ever heard this before? ...
Complete thread -- I figured it out, it was intestines. OMG never heard intestines pronounced like that
Complete thread -- (it would be logical if doc were to say he was not finding any intestinal loops in it. "in
Complete thread -- I accept both your statement and your point of view.
Complete thread -- No that doesn't sound like it, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- agree. I'm in favor of telling doc "You can't get there (what you mean) from here (what
Complete thread -- incarceration
Complete thread -- They reach a point where they go on autodoc (instead of autopilot), they
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l inta-styis
Complete thread -- I TOTALLY agree, and I was concurring, not disputing with, your "take" on it at all.
Complete thread -- good point, Margaret... and i do not wish to guess on the doc's intended meaning so am...
Complete thread -- It still is a fragment and he does not clarify what the until part is. So
Complete thread -- true - they do not seem to know punctuation either. i guess that's why they need us,
Complete thread -- ok, thanks. i've had sentences that upon reading them the first time...
Complete thread -- Well, yeah, I WAS "cussing." R U saying that I might as well hang for a sheep as a lamb?
Complete thread -- And even if we understand what he "means"... that is STILL a fragment!!! because he
Complete thread -- ?? you did use the words "CUSS, CUSS" for course. Not real cussing. Geeze.
Complete thread -- What doc means = pt has abn sensation of vibration below the knees, her vibe sense fails
Complete thread -- :-) My Stars and Bars! THAT was CUSSING??? (LOL! you shoulda heard what she REALLY
Complete thread -- nope, what actually comes after, or before. They don't know punctuation either.
Complete thread -- does this make sense? (please see message)
Complete thread -- Ooops, sorry. Didn't see this was already answered. Only saw Margaret's cussing.
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- Found it. Pityriasis rubra pilaris
Complete thread -- typo, sorry
Complete thread -- i actually did look it up. thank you.
Complete thread -- nevermind. I hear OR now, must just be his accent.
Complete thread -- pityriasis rubra pilaris, please check my spelling as I am notorious.
Complete thread -- pityriasis rosea (for your pit-ti-rid-ious rugrua) Don't know the second off hand.
Complete thread -- APAP - did you look it up? (chemical name for acetaminophen). Darvocet AND APAP?
Complete thread -- I would for sure flag! (it might be pH 7.38, pCO2 43, pO2 73, but I wouldn't give him the
Complete thread -- history of s/l pit-ti-rid-ious, s/l rugrua, s/l pa-lar-ous affecting the hands which
Complete thread -- I hear "with a visual aura"
Complete thread -- Darvocet Apap -- what is the correct way to type Apap?
Complete thread -- (I don't understand....Maybe a typo?:-)
Complete thread -- I thought it was including but like so a lot more.
Complete thread -- WAG: "no antecedent chest pain or (a) visual aura"???
Complete thread -- soot: a dirty black powder that is produced when you burn coal
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks
Complete thread -- soot?
Complete thread -- It sure does, thanks, Mgt.
Complete thread -- why, of CUSS, OF cuss!! Thanks for posting the solution!!
Complete thread -- feel stupid now..its soot dust...shoulda known that...LOL thanks!
Complete thread -- (thanks, nm! OP, the final sibilant in "ace" or "ase" comes from the "s" beginning next
Complete thread -- Maybe
Complete thread -- understood, hence, the question on here cause im stumped LOL
Complete thread -- Suet is raw beef (or mutton) fat, especially the fat found around the loins and kidneys. A
Complete thread -- (I think this is a very hard question unlikely to receive a definitive answer. I'd flag
Complete thread -- TBNA
Complete thread -- maybe it is short for some type of contraceptive?
Complete thread -- is suit dust same as coal dust in mines in a person's lungs? please SM
Complete thread -- obtained s/l "tee-bee-en-ase" specimen from the right paratracheal mass.
Complete thread -- Way Wag "head CT (with) contrast had ill-defined...."???
Complete thread -- Teale
Complete thread -- Med S/L
Complete thread -- lateral mental?
Complete thread -- fulgurated (burned away)
Complete thread -- fulgurated
Complete thread -- perimental, meaning the sunken cavity left by an atrophying masseter muscle?? WAG
Complete thread -- uterine incision was clamped with s/l "teels" and the uterine incision was closed
Complete thread -- Fat growing around suprapubic tube site was s/l full-graded
Complete thread -- I tried but came up empty.
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks! That led me to Euflexxa, which is a joint injection. : )
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Upon admission, head CT *conversed* ill-defined left supracerebellar
Complete thread -- Did a fuzzy search on *flex on drugs.com and came up with this.
Complete thread -- sorry more info inside
Complete thread -- stroke alert. TPA is given for stroke patients.
Complete thread -- s/l peri omental hollow
Complete thread -- sounds like endo cap. Anyone hear of this? How it is written?
Complete thread -- Pt admitted with change in speech, facial droop.
Complete thread -- Any ideas how to handle this or med/injection that s/l *uroflex*? SM
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- yes. TY
Complete thread -- The nose has a mild septal deviation...
Complete thread -- NM, need to send note in now.
Complete thread -- wav posted.
Complete thread -- Not just self-correcting? ...an, uh, septal deviation (???)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- The nose has an s/l aw-septal deviation
Complete thread -- chorio(amnionitis) workup? assuming mother had that....
Complete thread -- I would think she is correcting. I can find no reference to anterior (sm)
Complete thread -- Missing tiny words and need advice what to type. Please SM
Complete thread -- to the LDR ____ for ___ workup and
Complete thread -- anterior lip and anterior medial corner do sound like the same thing
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- negate spillage?
Complete thread -- extubated to the _____workup and treatment.
Complete thread -- Does this sound right? Dictator does stumble, and I am wondering if she is correcting
Complete thread -- that is probably it, I found 3 criteria sm
Complete thread -- Ranson criteria??
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Z-clamps in order to *negate anr portion of pus* and the specimen w
Complete thread -- inflammatory
Complete thread -- Are you the OP? I understand he IS getting information
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no evidence of *an informative* pancreatitis.
Complete thread -- elevated amylase and lipase level with *one rest as* criteria
Complete thread -- Not worth it. You still just don't get it, so it's not worth wasting any
Complete thread -- gases include pH, PCO2, PO2, and sometimes saturation and either
Complete thread -- He IS getting information from a report.
Complete thread -- His blood gas was 7384373 on room air. (how do I break that number down?)
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- oops...might lose. (thought I better correct before you nail me again)
Complete thread -- perhaps showed?
Complete thread -- revealed? or is he quoting another doctors statement (like reading a report)?
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray *quoted* no evidence of active chest disease.
Complete thread -- Aesculap - see link
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I said *not sure*...and I did take 2 seconds to look up isthmic
Complete thread -- C5-C6 posterior instrumented fusion with autograft and S/L Askolap? instrumentation
Complete thread -- I guess. Thanks!
Complete thread -- You have got to be kidding. What I would think a helper here would do is
Complete thread -- went ahead and flagged
Complete thread -- that's not it. thanks for helping
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene, but I believe msk has hit it. :-)
Complete thread -- Believe you are correct on this one, msk. TYVM. I did google with different
Complete thread -- not exactly like s/l but m/point you in direction (Alginate) Look/4 wound care dressings
Complete thread -- It might be collagenase
Complete thread -- collagenate as a wound dressing - Google it!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Telling someone to research first before posting is friendly?
Complete thread -- s/l coronary may be corollary sm and can google.com to see further
Complete thread -- painful is what he's saying duh.
Complete thread -- med s/l CALL-er-jin-ate. Pls SM.
Complete thread -- tenderness of laceration site, suggesting presence of a s/l pain-till neuroma.
Complete thread -- I heard crib precautions in there & secondary to feeds sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, I think I posted my .wav from below over yours...
Complete thread -- .WAV ADDED - please take a listen!
Complete thread -- no prob reposted
Complete thread -- Thanks for your response... I added a .wav :-)
Complete thread -- thanks for the lead
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav (repost from below) s/l Dense coronary? tissue was sharply excised.
Complete thread -- should have said, sufficient for suctioning
Complete thread -- NM wouldn't you know it, I found it right after posting. juncturae tendini
Complete thread -- a guess - Suction baby before feeding.
Complete thread -- OSHA abbreviation is - Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Complete thread -- s/l juncturi (long I) tendoni (long I) thanks for the help
Complete thread -- looks like s/l spearium m/have been (combo)Spiriva(tiotropium)sm
Complete thread -- He has an *OSHA type* brace for his lower back which he uses maybe once
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying everyone! I really appreciate all of the help I get here!
Complete thread -- #3 inguinal?
Complete thread -- Pulmonary consult, infant with GERD - "s/l sectioning feeds?"
Complete thread -- second blank Endocet 5/325
Complete thread -- Just a friendly hint. Don't think it has diddly to do with etiquette, just
Complete thread -- Anyone else want to try? they all have other dictation around them-
Complete thread -- Its really hard to listen with them all together like that, but...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the etiquette lesson too.
Complete thread -- You could do a little research first before saying stuff doesn't belong.
Complete thread -- all I hear is your one s/l is right at the loop start/stop, cannot catch anything
Complete thread -- I stand corrected. I am used to hearing anterior/posterior there.
Complete thread -- tried-posted over-see message
Complete thread -- So, sorry, just read through all of this and saw that you are still waiting for an answer
Complete thread -- but it does...Isthmic spondylolisthesis is the most common form of spondylolisthesis. Isth
Complete thread -- This is a biggy- 3 Blanks put together into one WAV!!
Complete thread -- not sure isthmic belongs either
Complete thread -- pars fracture and you need L5-S1 (need that -)...L5-S1
Complete thread -- pars fracture
Complete thread -- ok, it's ready
Complete thread -- s/l pause fracture
Complete thread -- thanks still trying to load on my end
Complete thread -- old wav is still there
Complete thread -- lol..for me, sometimes...not always cause i make it so much more difficult for myself...
Complete thread -- please listen to wav (one more)
Complete thread -- it is always much clearer the minute you post it! :)
Complete thread -- yes thank you. just about to say never mind
Complete thread -- fibrotic?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- please listen to wav (chordee lysis)
Complete thread -- You ROCK! Thanks a million! ...
Complete thread -- perhaps to assess VWF
Complete thread -- PMI (heart) point of maximum impulse.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Abnormal EKG
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- proteolysis? -see link for entire article
Complete thread -- pus? pustule? exudate? ...
Complete thread -- Not sure, but could it be that there should be a period after
Complete thread -- to assess? WAG as a test wouldn't *assist* binding.
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- Yes it is... Thanks much ...
Complete thread -- There is a moderate amount of ______ noted to the wound.
Complete thread -- ? Tessalon Perles?
Complete thread -- Patient has frequent cough and sinus infections. Medications include _ ...
Complete thread -- She is doing fine with hyperbaric oxygen therapy dives and "has taken a half a millig
Complete thread -- Specialized tests might be required *to assist with* binding of normal factor VII to
Complete thread -- Willebrand’s factor protects factor VIII from *prophylaxis*, you can see low factor V
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- For those interested in words, my OED shows that
Complete thread -- No problem here. I just thought I'd give the 2 defs and let her see!
Complete thread -- YW, and same to you.
Complete thread -- I was just posting my correction before your advice showed. I
Complete thread -- Sorry about that. I do believe I forgot a word or two up there! sm
Complete thread -- and M-W IFFY
Complete thread -- I change my recommendation...okay to use...I just rechecked
Complete thread -- I see nothing wrong with it. it is informal, but clear. see msg/deformityif·fy (f) KE
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Entire sentence needs a fix...I would suggest
Complete thread -- sensitive to vanc? (vancomycin) and sensitive to penicillin is all I can think
Complete thread -- You could change "iffy" (which is slang) to "off" JMO
Complete thread -- I am definitely hearing "M" sound. Saw Pumpspray too, but also not hearing that. Off to QA
Complete thread -- Okay..
Complete thread -- actually Nitrolingual Pumpspray if that
Complete thread -- Nitrolingual spray?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing balance is a little bit "iffy" at times. Is this okay?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pt with asthma, arthritis, HTN, gout, heart disease, and back pain. sm
Complete thread -- Correct way to type this:
Complete thread -- usually hear resistant to after that.. but need a better s/l .. if you can
Complete thread -- Thanks. Any idea on what is between the quotes? ...
Complete thread -- cap.. Staphylococcus aureus;
Complete thread -- Labs S/L
Complete thread -- try drugs.com phonetic search.. closest I found was Primatene chk usage
Complete thread -- thanks so much, it is so clear now
Complete thread -- knee, posttraumatic pain syndrome?
Complete thread -- following a marked diuresing, during which
Complete thread -- NM, I think he's reading from his last note (I just accessed) and he's actually
Complete thread -- I can't make sense of this. Male in pain clinic with back pain. On exam...
Complete thread -- There is Spiriva 18 mcg, 90 capsules
Complete thread -- finding 18 mcg (pack of 90 capsules) or something like that..
Complete thread -- I am trying to find reference for Spiriva 90 as I'm trying to look for the unit - sm
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- is usually following a marked diet _____ during which he can
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a significant amount of?
Complete thread -- might be night splints
Complete thread -- s/l ? nisplintch
Complete thread -- maxillary sinus contained _____ polypoid disease
Complete thread -- a guess, found this. DANA ATCHLEY PAVILION sm.
Complete thread -- hand-held goniometer?
Complete thread -- right knee posttraumatic *B* syndrome.
Complete thread -- 2nd, could just be "and" ??
Complete thread -- 1st = "worse with quadratus lumborum stretching"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There is pain to palpation over the right quadratus lumborum, which is ...
Complete thread -- Search
Complete thread -- thanks Tess
Complete thread -- motion testing is performed with a *Hangar* goniometer
Complete thread -- Veins were all normal.
Complete thread -- I need help with wav please
Complete thread -- drug list
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- extravasating.
Complete thread -- it is unclear as to whether this may be __________into the abdominal w ...
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- patient seems comfortable at this time?
Complete thread -- The patient seems ___ at this time. The patient has been
Complete thread -- Aleve PRN . . ?
Complete thread -- Ths to all! stilll struggling,..,,.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in 1974, back in October...
Complete thread -- help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you very very much, i would never have gotten it, you wouldn't
Complete thread -- Thank you, nm!! I listened several times viewing your transcription...YOU ARE A GENIUS!
Complete thread -- and is in good spirits. Time spent: 40 minutes.
Complete thread -- jerseygal, thank goodness you posted! It's good to see you here again after a hiatus! SM
Complete thread -- the referring doctor works in new york. i think maybe it is ___ Pavillion, he thinks the
Complete thread -- where is this center located? If we had a clue where this was, we could probably help you
Complete thread -- (sure seems hopeless to MY ears! You may need Win or billybob! :-)
Complete thread -- (Thanks for the helpful prophy info you provided in your message! Would that ALL pts, MDs
Complete thread -- The patient is aware of her diagnosis ____.
Complete thread -- s/l lukopavillia, place to undergo radiation and therapy for boen cancer
Complete thread -- s/l lukopavillia, place to undergo radiation and therapy for boen cancer
Complete thread -- (impossible for me to distinguish doc's words.)
Complete thread -- as thickened?
Complete thread -- extremities: digits/nails noted ___ nails, appears to be fungal nails
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- grammatically correct, but conveys nonsense, therefore something is amiss.
Complete thread -- (Mark, billybob is the owner and "primum mobile" of this Internet site, "Word Board."
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- best to type a word or two in the search box, upper left, and proceed from there.
Complete thread -- Look at the "blue banner" above. See the rectangle "Archives by date"? SM (means "see mes
Complete thread -- Oops, 'skuze me, Mark! I should have first said: "Welcome To Word Board"!
Complete thread -- (I am probably the least capable of guiding you. But, yes, you can look at prior word
Complete thread -- Search
Complete thread -- :-) !
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (go with "bleeding." makes more sense than my "geeven," ("given")
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- on first pass, I thought I heard "the risk of the given complications...," meaning ones
Complete thread -- bleeding
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- due to his thrombocytopenia the risk of ___________complications can b ...
Complete thread -- when he becomes sick or pancytopenic,.... (Doc's "sick" s/l "seek" or "Sikh.")
Complete thread -- and when he becomes __________pancytopenic in the future, it becomes m ...
Complete thread -- that makes good sense, transesophageal echo.....
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: L ventricle normal function.
Complete thread -- there was a small atrial appendage without any clot.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- First blank: "On (s/l) RT there was a large...."
Complete thread -- no, both were increased; neither was "normal." You need to fix errors.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "Right atrial and ...hmmm...left....." well, I forget. I'll try again.
Complete thread -- "Ejection fraction" starts a new sentence after "tamponade period"
Complete thread -- There was left ventricular hypertrophy. ________there was a large per ...
Complete thread -- without tamponade (I need to hear the other one some more.)
Complete thread -- Criminy! has the whole Western Hemisphere gone to bed? Where are y'all Asian MTs, fur
Complete thread -- His echocardiogram demonstrated a moderate pericardial effusion withou ...
Complete thread -- I'm not an elder, and I've had that for a long time. Littler pills actually do get stuck
Complete thread -- (an oldie, possibly a "goodie," certainly a "cheapie.")
Complete thread -- THANKS! I could not get close enough for a hit, though I knew I knew it!!
Complete thread -- theophylline
Complete thread -- Questyr, thanks for providing, via Archives, premise/rebuttal on "torsade(s) de pointes"
Complete thread -- Med s/l Bee-ahf-oh-lin?
Complete thread -- (a "too-late post:) maybe gamma radiation?
Complete thread -- (why some meds are commonly prescribed to elders in liquid form.)
Complete thread -- elders commonly have esophageal dysmotility that impairs pill-swallowing.
Complete thread -- yw. :) I just remembered it (kinda) from nursing school. (thought it was Klinitron,
Complete thread -- guess....geez!
Complete thread -- Good God that's it! I've tried googling this every way I could think of...
Complete thread -- Clinitron?
Complete thread -- he will require to be in a ____(s/l clitrom) bed....
Complete thread -- I'm blanking it.
Complete thread -- I think I'll flag just to be safe. thanks.
Complete thread -- Lymph nodes did not contain "camrate" radiation or blue dye.
Complete thread -- 16-49% ? considering the first range is 1-15%. (which is an unusual way to do cardiac
Complete thread -- or perhaps thought blocking?
Complete thread -- "She underwent a carotid duplex which showed a 60-49% narrowing of ...
Complete thread -- thought broadcasting?
Complete thread -- thanks was hearing fill approximately. i think proximally makes more sense.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- like the other helper suggested.. pill could be a possibility.
Complete thread -- got some context - is it maybe a low gluten diet? then maybe rye.
Complete thread -- fill proximally?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- egg, sesame seed, s/l rai, is R cap or small ? ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Gorton's? I thought they only did seafood.
Complete thread -- ingestion of Miracle Whip.
Complete thread -- Also XXXXXXXXX had hives following ingestion ________that did not cont ...
Complete thread -- Patient is schizoaffective with "thought budding" and thought disorganization.
Complete thread -- _________chicken salad. is it Gordon's ? ...
Complete thread -- an 85 year old patient, anyway, flagged for QA, tq all
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your help, I'm going to flag this one and will report back.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oxygen, bicarb(bicarbonate)? daily? nebulized treatment
Complete thread -- or another guess - full conjugate eye movements?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree or maybe.. full conjugate deviation?
Complete thread -- per CDC
Complete thread -- figured that's what you had in mind
Complete thread -- per CDC's
Complete thread -- was exactly coming to that.. but OP has to confirm the age..
Complete thread -- Yeah, maybe toy got stuck?
Complete thread -- She does not need to return for a booster dose given that she has rece ...
Complete thread -- pt's age?
Complete thread -- pill got stuck?
Complete thread -- fork got stuck?
Complete thread -- does not give any info on that, directly goes to TFL procedure next, tq for trying.
Complete thread -- need more info.. what is patient's age; what was the pt doing before, if eating where?
Complete thread -- well, duh me. Thank you!!!!!! long day ...
Complete thread -- if not f, try ph
Complete thread -- verruca plantaris removal - the bases were cauterized with application of s/l "fenol"
Complete thread -- The next sentence is: His pupils are equal and 3 mm.
Complete thread -- She presented after a s/l togert stuck inher throat.
Complete thread -- full conjugate gaze?
Complete thread -- that starts with eye exam, could your s/l be extraocular movements?
Complete thread -- He does fix and follow intently with s/l "full congenial limbs"?
Complete thread -- lisinopril/hydrochlorothiazide is combo drug, so no comma
Complete thread -- We will check ABG, as well as oxygen s/l bi-co-daly nebulized treatment.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would use are as they are 2 separate things...However, some
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she had raised an issue.
Complete thread -- bivalve?
Complete thread -- She has recently ______ if?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Anticoagulation: She had __________if she can come off from the warfa ...
Complete thread -- mood and affect (is) or (are) appropriate
Complete thread -- sounds like that to me.
Complete thread -- endometrial instrument
Complete thread -- is this right ?
Complete thread -- Warfarin 2.5 mg ___________night. ...
Complete thread -- Try Capoten (captopril)
Complete thread -- s/l captain
Complete thread -- Thank you POI!
Complete thread -- Reclipsen
Complete thread -- could clearly hear "u" as the first syllable...
Complete thread -- remains on s/l clipson until her husband has his follow up to the vasectomy.
Complete thread -- phencyclidine?
Complete thread -- s/l ufenecycline
Complete thread -- ev3
Complete thread -- Peripheral vascular disease. Equipment. *EB3 NanoCross balloon* Is this correct?
Complete thread -- Lipoma arborescens of the elbow
Complete thread -- Thank you. He's reading off patient list so it probably is 50 mcg.
Complete thread -- Clinical appearance is that of a soft tissue tumor, such as ___(s/l mosela) lipoma..
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- No, adjectival forms and if it is genus standing alone, no caps.
Complete thread -- should streptococcal be capitalized sm
Complete thread -- believe above helper had it - fluticasone propionate - but 50 mcg?
Complete thread -- It's an orthopedic H&P for upcoming surgery. More inside.....
Complete thread -- I was thinking it was, but wanted second opinion. Thanks Mgt
Complete thread -- there are some ___ propionate drugs?
Complete thread -- (it is okay)
Complete thread -- She has *florid* fibrocystic breast changes requiring aspiration.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- S/L **proportionate** 5 mcg
Complete thread -- is that sentence as dictated? Could it be noctural diaphoresis?
Complete thread -- LOL-probably a moot point since the OP has disappeared!
Complete thread -- good point, poi. And "centimeter" can sound like "sonomenic".....
Complete thread -- i know tell me about it!! thanks so much for your help and sympathy :O)
Complete thread -- hmmm...now that I look at your original post, is there a '1' in
Complete thread -- 1 ("one") sonometric consistency, consistent with secretory phase. (Doc omitted a word.)
Complete thread -- would also use "consistent with"
Complete thread -- also listen for sonographic
Complete thread -- She was having signficant s/l endo-diaphoresis, at night with diarrhea and restlessne
Complete thread -- they were doing an ultrasound, sonometric, I would use it.
Complete thread -- Ok. Done that way, it makes sense. Amazing what a comma can do.
Complete thread -- "4.3, and, second, on the CT of the head.
Complete thread -- Q's link, premise and rebuttal, are the "be all and end all" of the spelling debate, w/o
Complete thread -- wav. What I hear does not make sense.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- my speculation was wrong, I find. In French "torsade"=twisting or spiral, singular..
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret.
Complete thread -- You might be interested in this info that Q had found and posted
Complete thread -- (thanks for explaining the "fix.":-)
Complete thread -- sounds like he spit! lol
Complete thread -- Here is teeny voice clip on its pronunciation.
Complete thread -- speculation: "torsades" in French, but "s" is silent, leading to the "torsade" variation
Complete thread -- you may give him the "s," it seems. Lots of docu for both torsade and torsades, I now find
Complete thread -- dorland's
Complete thread -- Yes, torsade, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- EKG as well as....I suspect "sor sots"= Torsade de pointes (TDP), often referred to as
Complete thread -- Continue to monitor for any s/l "sor sots" or arrhythmias.
Complete thread -- Yes, dictator said KLKPRO ...as letters, altogether. :)
Complete thread -- you did fine for verbatim. Doc is probably okay. What is not okay is that you are forced
Complete thread -- ? see if there is a trazodone "XL"
Complete thread -- pls help with punctuation.
Complete thread -- petechia
Complete thread -- graft or?
Complete thread -- There is a Precision PRO brace
Complete thread -- NV, got it
Complete thread -- ok, think it's left ear. esl. maybe will mention again.
Complete thread -- did the say K L K ?
Complete thread -- hm, might be left something stitches.
Complete thread -- She has left "yes teachings"
Complete thread -- Anyone? Any ideas? :)
Complete thread -- I got it. I right-clicked on the very top menu bar and it allowed me to select 'tool bar.'
Complete thread -- trazodone 50 mg s/l "dexal" daily
Complete thread -- try control z.
Complete thread -- Pt undergoing anterior cervical discectomy fusion. Risks include sm
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- Pustule? ...
Complete thread -- pustule
Complete thread -- Pt seen for knee pain. We will give her the s/l KLK PRO prescription. I can't find
Complete thread -- s/l ? pustial? s/m
Complete thread -- I had already tried that. It is not working. Neither is closing and re-opening.
Complete thread -- try hitting F11
Complete thread -- that lets me selected Outlook express, create mail/reply/reply all, etc. How can I get it
Complete thread -- In my Outlook Express, by pressing (a) key (s) by accident, I deleted the entire row
Complete thread -- positioning (forgot to spellcheck)
Complete thread -- it is actually an AP view of the odontoid process of C2, but
Complete thread -- odontoid
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- Thank you! Hope you have a great day=) ...
Complete thread -- tested?
Complete thread -- field, as in surgical field or sterile field.
Complete thread -- delivery "s/l feel". Please help. Thank you.
Complete thread -- (those little bitty guys are weak, and need to be inside the protection of a fence"
Complete thread -- PE/neuro.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Citrus Springs Golf & Country Club is located in Dunnellon, Florida pe ...
Complete thread -- Apparently so (found by typing toe tbi indices in Google) sm
Complete thread -- M-W via onelook.com shows as one word
Complete thread -- Vascular surgeon speaking of ankle brachial indices then says patient ...
Complete thread -- Any Floridians out there? Is Citrus Springs referred to as Dunnellon?
Complete thread -- sub classification or subclassification?
Complete thread -- ranges FYI
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- Of course! That was it. Didn't even think of that. Thanks
Complete thread -- p.r.n.?
Complete thread -- your 130 s/b 1.30
Complete thread -- the patient was instructed to place gauze pads s/l 'pure-an' on the incision
Complete thread -- Does this sound right? Not sure about the 130 and then 1.32 etc
Complete thread -- "Periods and commas always go inside the closing quotation mark. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the update, I couldn't make sense out of my sentence
Complete thread -- in this sentence the period should be outside the quotes right? thanks for your
Complete thread -- couple sites to check
Complete thread -- I do ENT surgeries also and I always type Weil-, maybe I better listen
Complete thread -- discectomy for leg pain ?
Complete thread -- Please disregard--now hear what poi put
Complete thread -- with help from both of you i think he is saying LV end diastolic volumes
Complete thread -- I'm hearing: The cath report showed him to have essentially have
Complete thread -- I think you want hypokinesis?
Complete thread -- showed him to have essentially LV and diastolic volumes
Complete thread -- ??with D'Assumpcao??
Complete thread -- Unless the doctor tells, or you are in the OR and can see which, I have no idea
Complete thread -- I always transcribed 'Wilde-Blakesley' forceps, but just noticed that there are also
Complete thread -- i don't really think so, i reposted the file thanks
Complete thread -- i don't really think so, i reposted the file thanks
Complete thread -- facetectomy?
Complete thread -- wav starts here for me....the end-diastolic volumes
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- cath report showed to have essentially ____ diastolic which were increased,
Complete thread -- I am thinking this will have to be left blank. She is reading it off a previous sm
Complete thread -- pacemaker, hypertension, CVA, TIA, reflux, and anxiety.
Complete thread -- ? Avalide
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of a drug name that s/l cavalade. Just in the list of medications.
Complete thread -- It sounds odd. Usually would year 8-year history of. Also, turns versus turned?
Complete thread -- eight year old history - hypen or not?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, but unfortunately that is not what I'm hear ...
Complete thread -- echoes...sorry
Complete thread -- atypical echos?
Complete thread -- Gynecology help
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- mitral regurg laterally displaced *riding* the lateral wall of the atrium
Complete thread -- normal reference range is CK-MB. 0-3 ng/mL, so the "% to %" makes no sense to me?
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I'll have to flag.
Complete thread -- I do think *sleeve* is being said, and on further research seeing
Complete thread -- The CPK was 218 and MB 3.66 *percent to percent*.
Complete thread -- wow...so sorry, did not mean to paste ALL that garbage.
Complete thread -- Hearing "as a sleeve." Not hearing -ly at end at all. Will flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- the wounds were cleaned *cosmo walding* and then abdominal binder
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- Adiana
Complete thread -- demarcated with the *sumpsio* clamp and the redundant skin was removed
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamin
Complete thread -- pt w/ multiparity here for s/l "odd-ee-ana" sterilization system - nm
Complete thread -- staple?
Complete thread -- anteriorly?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- insurance claims, or the name of an insurance company?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Isovue information. Maybe something here will help. *link*
Complete thread -- actually, I am not sure it made sense, it just matched s/l, glad your flagging.
Complete thread -- Gosh, just can't hear that. Seems like 3 words (as his sleeve). Will flag. This
Complete thread -- I would go with times since there is no number directly after it
Complete thread -- Me again. Sorry for being so pesky! Ortho/shoulder op note. Doc is
Complete thread -- adhesively?
Complete thread -- Heart cath. Contrast used: Isovue "a hundred and three" I cannot verify 103 anything
Complete thread -- need an opinion - would you use X or times in this instance?
Complete thread -- You're welcome! Thanks again for your help.
Complete thread -- I am not sure. The doctor pronounced it as kah-roon, and he also spelled it (but we know
Complete thread -- The labrum was not detached *as his sleeve* as it usually is, but....
Complete thread -- Now that makes sense! Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- s/l Cedra claims?
Complete thread -- Think it's "hallux rigidus" Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help! : )
Complete thread -- Impression: Severe "halley trigida"/degenerative arthritis (says "slash")
Complete thread -- AH! At end of note, he refers to *recurrent* instability!
Complete thread -- I do nothing but ortho. You are correct.
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. Forward flexes and then returns with instability.
Complete thread -- Op note for shoulder. Agree *subscapularis* is okay to expand to in following
Complete thread -- Carone?
Complete thread -- is there such a thing as seronegative osteoarthritis or has doctor
Complete thread -- Okay, will flag. I do hear return more than anything. Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- maybe retro instability, it dislocates posteriorly?
Complete thread -- ummm....no. Sorry, but if that is what you hear.? Maybe flag?
Complete thread -- Chiropractic doctor in Greensburg, PA: Dr. s/l Karoon. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch.
Complete thread -- Just found a preop note. That doc stated...
Complete thread -- is he saying Actoplus?
Complete thread -- Grashey
Complete thread -- is he saying "
Complete thread -- No, this is the op note. Procedures as I gave in post. Doc also says
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- ... anterior glenohumeral dislocation as seen on both s/l grayshe and axillary sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ditto repair
Complete thread -- No problem and thanks.
Complete thread -- is it postop? perhaps repair?
Complete thread -- **Change to Actos 850 mg 1 tablet twice a day and *850 or 15/850 mg 1 ...
Complete thread -- Left shoulder "return" instability. Sounds clear but only a few
Complete thread -- sorry, no hypen necessary, was just trying to accentuate the off
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Adaptic?
Complete thread -- that would be correct. The vertebral bodies do not line
Complete thread -- actiflex and dry sterile dressing
Complete thread -- s/l offset but I've not heard this before
Complete thread -- nocturnally? (at night)
Complete thread -- Sorry Lane, didn't mean to jump on your thread, but I
Complete thread -- Maybe supratentorial white matter?..nm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- just want to check this sentence is correct, wav sent
Complete thread -- EKG showed premature atrial contractions S/L nocturally?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The American Medical Association Manual of Style in
Complete thread -- foci, pl of focus
Complete thread -- Gleason adenocarcinoma with 2 s/l fose-eye of margin positivity
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A small *ben* was placed in the distal part
Complete thread -- Mepilex®
Complete thread -- central nidus
Complete thread -- large area of sclerosis with *a centralnitis* with no bone in the i
Complete thread -- pt with knee DJD had surgery.. sm
Complete thread -- pulposus = 4+ It's a great answer to your s/l
Complete thread -- concomitant
Complete thread -- I do verbatim too, but it is a dangerous abbreviation and I'd double
Complete thread -- ...no, only 5.
Complete thread -- s/l competent and producing cause
Complete thread -- But with "few hundred" written out and not a number, I'm not sure what you should do.
Complete thread -- cc is considered a dangerous abbreviation and typically replaced with mL
Complete thread -- 4+/5?
Complete thread -- Bilateral upper extremity muscle strength testing demonstrates a ____ (s/l pulpous)..
Complete thread -- mL's
Complete thread -- Med help
Complete thread -- ccs or cc's - verbatim
Complete thread -- anal sphincter
Complete thread -- cc
Complete thread -- cc's or ccs - this is verbatim
Complete thread -- "Pelvic exam confirmed a small distal rectovaginal fistula roughly ...
Complete thread -- That's much more than I was finding. :-) Thanks. I'm going to go with
Complete thread -- I would, if your account gives you that leeway. they have the final word.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- see what you think about this, (splintered or splintering of)
Complete thread -- Potassium or K
Complete thread -- LOL, should be "not" changed not "hot" changed
Complete thread -- NM. Just figured it out. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- He thinks he collapsed on the side of the road because of severe chest pain and sm
Complete thread -- "Splinter" Q waves noted in leads III and aVF
Complete thread -- WIC (women, infant, and children) programs
Complete thread -- Ms. XXXXXXXXXXX reports that she is currently receiving ___________, a ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- BPP and an NST this morning
Complete thread -- there is pseudOarthritis, but pseudarthrosis.
Complete thread -- it's okay, will have to flag, somebody already posted over. thanks
Complete thread -- I made a few changes and was working on it but lost the WAV file
Complete thread -- can you repost?
Complete thread -- From an OB perspective, she is having good fetal movement, although sh ...
Complete thread -- pseudarthrosis (sldbomacdahr-throLsis) a pathologic entity characterized by deossificat
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Complete thread -- food stamp and you did post over another wav file that wasn't answered yet...
Complete thread -- last bank: and made slow progress with therapy
Complete thread -- I will have Social Works here today to discuss her __________situation ...
Complete thread -- THANKS, ALL! I really do appreciate your help!!
Complete thread -- Pain management physical exam... (s/l pulpous?)
Complete thread -- We are not allowed to use all that (Na for sodium, K for potassium ) even on verbatim
Complete thread -- exactly as you have it. that is an exponential expression. If you were writing it, or
Complete thread -- Potassium or K
Complete thread -- 10th to the 6th (power) is the way I do it
Complete thread -- Or could he be saying cystitis
Complete thread -- I keep finding 10(6) but I'm not sure, guessing.
Complete thread -- Labs - *DDHS* (infectious disease consult)
Complete thread -- would greatly appreciate help with posted wav
Complete thread -- doc dictated Klebsiella 10 to the 6th. I haven't been able to find how to type 10 to
Complete thread -- should be - j'ai des doutes
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks darlene and i k m k f g. I am now hearing technical.
Complete thread -- s/l teck-ti-go(gul) looks like may be technological (see where says "under penetraction"
Complete thread -- technical
Complete thread -- Pseudarthrosis and pseudoarthrosis. I checked the archives for the preferred
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l teck-ti-go(gul)
Complete thread -- NM, I've decided best to flag.
Complete thread -- dyssynergy
Complete thread -- Anorectal manometry revealed features suggestive for __________during ...
Complete thread -- gaze.....caloric (not chloric)
Complete thread -- Anyone know if this value fits the context?
Complete thread -- Vertigo. video nystagmography s/l days test, positional nystagmus test, chloric test,
Complete thread -- She had pneumonia and cardiac arrest. Will think on it. Thanks. Hate to flag when it is
Complete thread -- hmmm, sounds like influenza...maybe means Zithromax for influenza or s.m.
Complete thread -- WAG leukocyte esterase?? maybe abbreviate to leuk est?
Complete thread -- not seeing? any physiologic stresses as would have been seen
Complete thread -- Firefox has an add-on you can use to "emulate" IE for any site while still in Firefox.
Complete thread -- Is there a drug that sound like influenza? Will add WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- check iron stores.
Complete thread -- Urinalysis result. Sounds like duck cth was low at 45.
Complete thread -- CO2 20, BUN 25, creatinine 1.4, glucose 92, calcium 9.7, albumin 3.8, phosphorus 3.8, iron
Complete thread -- transferrin saturation? what is before/after those labs??
Complete thread -- Labs (nephrology patient): "me tus per in" 238, "ras pin" saturation 11%
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't believe Chrome supports that function, Firefox does not either. Only IE.
Complete thread -- or the patient is 5 feet 9 inches, 290 pounds. if he wants to use that
Complete thread -- I'd leave that part.. but if you can edit, I might try this...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- google chrome
Complete thread -- a 290-pound man weighs 290 pounds. (5-foot 9-inch 290-pound man).
Complete thread -- the patient is a is a 5 feet 9 inch, 290 pound man (Can I type inch and pounds or
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Not sure how to type this to have it make sense.
Complete thread -- Maybe a stretch, but "protocol"??
Complete thread -- people is already plural; people's.
Complete thread -- Thanks Billybob! Found it on drugs.com too after you gave me what to look for.
Complete thread -- consistent with the change of peoples’ hair color
Complete thread -- says "for the gallbladder."
Complete thread -- Sur-Q-Lax in archives, unverified.
Complete thread -- I will try to get sonogram ____ before he gets contrast.
Complete thread -- ESL doc spells this drug in list "Surglax". No dose or directions.
Complete thread -- Diabetic patient - Lantus q. p.m., and he has sliding scale insulin "for car"
Complete thread -- Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- sulindac
Complete thread -- Pt with degeneratvie arthritis. She takes "solondac" one-half tablet daily. nm
Complete thread -- I postponed that document and moved to the next. The doctor
Complete thread -- wav for below added. Not sure what happened before.
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- This doctor is just the pits. I've struggled with him all morning, and
Complete thread -- proteus
Complete thread -- Patient with urinary tract infection which grew 'pour eee us'.
Complete thread -- They do glucose, potassium and insulin INFUSIONS to reduce potassium.
Complete thread -- thanks for the lead
Complete thread -- I hear a different wav
Complete thread -- proceeded to perform retroflexion _____ and then it was brought to our attentio
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- gives her ??? GFR of ?? per minute per 1.73...
Complete thread -- grade 4?
Complete thread -- loose
Complete thread -- The fascia.
Complete thread -- S/L S1 stew to reduce potassium?????
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- s/l ? leaf? s/m
Complete thread -- Renal ultrasound showed bilateral "a blate" for hydronephrosis with cortical thinning
Complete thread -- cannula was then removed. _____ was reapproximated using
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- drugs.com, type zole in the search box and wait, it will give you a whole list. If any
Complete thread -- Very new to nephrology and this is a ESL (Hispanic) doc...please help
Complete thread -- extract the polyps using *a rod med* due to the large size of these polyps
Complete thread -- epidural
Complete thread -- Bipolar cautery was utilized where needed for ______ hemostasis and bone wax
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- s/l ? thecobanizole ? s/m
Complete thread -- steroidal?
Complete thread -- s/l ? seronal ? s/m
Complete thread -- heterotopic ossification? (see link)
Complete thread -- (comma rules changed so much since I learned, that I go by feel now rather than rules..)
Complete thread -- There is HO forming in the distal aspect of the quadriceps mechanism
Complete thread -- He did say treadmill as this came with a tredmill report..got the word "two" wrong though.
Complete thread -- had to listen a lot of times to get it. he said "having trouble with her weight".
Complete thread -- vague guesses of s/l *something* updated?. ; *I am troubled*? with her weight(agree w lev)
Complete thread -- (I agree BOTH that words dictated in your voice file may be deceptive, and its meaning SM
Complete thread -- no improvement? With her weight (not sure about first part). I also thought it is not
Complete thread -- it is not treadmill (though sounds like that)... what comes before?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- They also reported moderate-to-severe generalized __________predominan ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry, I've listened again "bone erosion". ...
Complete thread -- More recently, an abnormality in the right lower gingiva and retromola ...
Complete thread -- does this help?
Complete thread -- cholinergic is a real word. I'm trying to get a definition in english!
Complete thread -- hmmm,....no,...I don't believe so, (presuming you have spelled drug correctly)
Complete thread -- msg
Complete thread -- Patient has allergies to trees, grass ect- Medication dictated as Lora-di-tine-
Complete thread -- (and thanks from me as well! :-)
Complete thread -- No not really as there was no indication anywhere that tp has respiratory issues. Thanks
Complete thread -- ah, thanks.
Complete thread -- i don't get it. what is it supposed to be?
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- SUV - standardized uptake values.
Complete thread -- okay. I am an idiot. SUV. duh!!!! (35 minutes before my shift is over!!!)
Complete thread -- i'm hearing asthma. Does that make sense to you?
Complete thread -- patient with history of non-small cell lung cancer stage I, T1 N0 M0
Complete thread -- lol! thanks for trying though
Complete thread -- Amazing to me = you got ANYTHING out of that dick! (Oops, I meant "dicT" :-)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- That's what it sounds like to me too, and I guess the numbers make sense for that.
Complete thread -- sounds like TIMI to me. if you decide to go with that, make it its own sentence
Complete thread -- MP3. patient with possible unstable angina; history of HTN, stroke, CAD.
Complete thread -- my.. he really did say this..
Complete thread -- The best arguments on this board are punctuation! I can't
Complete thread -- (confession time, Margaret.....)
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for those
Complete thread -- (wah, boo-hoo! I certainly understand, but I'd love to "chaw" ("chew")it (original ?) to
Complete thread -- Wowie zow, Lo! You certainly have ME convinced with your reasoning!!! :-)
Complete thread -- I like google instant because if I manage to get the first few letters right it will give
Complete thread -- okay, here's my take on it....
Complete thread -- (oh, MIGHTY fine!! :-)
Complete thread -- that is when I get my work done :)
Complete thread -- You bet your sweet bippy! That is indeed an effective strategy!!
Complete thread -- *he really did say that!*
Complete thread -- lol...chicken! I don't usually either, but if a poster waits too
Complete thread -- (I assiduously try to avoid saying anything about punctuation because I'm usually wrong!!
Complete thread -- I hear *bladder medicine*
Complete thread -- WAY too much "echo." Closest I can guess = "Diamox."
Complete thread -- well Margaret, should the OP use the comma or not?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- (when you figure out where, poi, let me know! I must have missed it the FIRST time!
Complete thread -- unfortunately, my punctuation is not always correct, but
Complete thread -- thanks as always poi! you never stop amazing me! Mgt too!!
Complete thread -- I would place the comma...now where do I sign up for that
Complete thread -- C U soon Margaret!
Complete thread -- doc stated to put a comma after schedule but that is not needed right?
Complete thread -- had to sign it off and get the next one to move on. :)
Complete thread -- (this=so much fun! I need to run an erand of 15 min, but I'll be back! :-)
Complete thread -- YAY!! (bring it on! :-)
Complete thread -- (I'd go with poi on this one.:-)
Complete thread -- sound file?
Complete thread -- nothing on google, but I have to go with him as he is very clear second time! thankstoall!
Complete thread -- Can't be verified, I'd flag..even if clearly stated.
Complete thread -- it MIGHT be correct as he says it & you have it. But "J'ai mes doutes" SM
Complete thread -- never heard of it and doesn't google either?
Complete thread -- says it second time in the report in the impression part also.
Complete thread -- hmmm....think again.....I'm not sure your answer is correct....SM
Complete thread -- Go with poi! your s/l "mottled asthma" is close to poi's "bronchial asthma."
Complete thread -- remodeled asthma!
Complete thread -- Very Way WAG: "secondary to her history of asthma or woodstove exposure"??
Complete thread -- bronchial asthma?
Complete thread -- thank you both very much for all of your help and the extra info as well!!
Complete thread -- She has significant COPD secondary to hers/lmottled asthma or woodstove exposure.
Complete thread -- Per BOS -see message
Complete thread -- You can also use a semicolon when you join two independent clauses together with one of th
Complete thread -- i am correct using a semicolon instead of a comma here right? thanks so much
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I believe it was actually "patient's" said very quickly. Thank ...
Complete thread -- increased density of?
Complete thread -- WAG: "evidence of "non lung" parenchyma throughout lungs suggesting CHF???
Complete thread -- enhancement of lung parenchyma?
Complete thread -- (s/l adiance of known) lung parenchyma.
Complete thread -- ooOOoo! so FINE, SO fine! That could WELL be!! :-)
Complete thread -- another possibility, she had been already told that she had floaters by another doc or
Complete thread -- You are SO right, nm!
Complete thread -- Providing the context, etc. (the rules) eliminates the need for 20 questions.
Complete thread -- (what a pissaroo! :-)
Complete thread -- (not to worry! "slotus," "floaters," SM. Thanks for confirming correct answer!
Complete thread -- not a happy camper.
Complete thread -- s/l slotus
Complete thread -- (thanks, poi! :-)
Complete thread -- I vote google instant. The possibilities change as you
Complete thread -- Sorry, I've never used google instant, so I'm not much help.
Complete thread -- floaters? have you read the board rules?
Complete thread -- s/l slotus
Complete thread -- trademark specimen link.
Complete thread -- trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- LOL. because the OP herself said way before any of this to never mind. See her
Complete thread -- (A while back a helper posted the info I quote inside message.What are advantages of
Complete thread -- why didn't you give her the answer, I think Darlene gave her plenty of information.
Complete thread -- papilloma?
Complete thread -- thanks guys!
Complete thread -- that should be mucous membrane
Complete thread -- pinguecula is a common, non-cancerous growth of the mucus membrane
Complete thread -- pinguecula (believe mistakenly said pingueculum)
Complete thread -- I wish you would respond to the fact that she clearly asked if someone
Complete thread -- history of "previous" profound anemia?
Complete thread -- pterygium (check spelling)
Complete thread -- history of having "tiguaculum" removed from the right eye...
Complete thread -- (sorry, I was unable to resist!)
Complete thread -- Nobody answered because OP said never mind.
Complete thread -- Could it be CA (cancer)?
Complete thread -- (no idea. Good Luck! :-)
Complete thread -- for archives -- Baxter Healthcare Corporation announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administrat
Complete thread -- Artiss, a Baxter drug, =a fibrin sealant to adhere autologous skin grafts to surgically pr
Complete thread -- s/l PA - sm
Complete thread -- Artiss???? I never heard!!! Going there right this minute!! THANKS!
Complete thread -- s/l preeza profound anemia.
Complete thread -- Thank you also, for your rule # 4. I'm SURE they didn't teach that in my grammar school SM
Complete thread -- Oh, I did get it - Artiss!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I know that term (NSAID)... It's definitely PEN. I'll leave a blank. :)
Complete thread -- (not meaning the sentence supplied above, but sentence I posted at 17:19:49 on 11/22/10
Complete thread -- NSAIDs --nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs
Complete thread -- Don't be sorry! I gained from your musing!!! lol! :-)
Complete thread -- NSAIDS
Complete thread -- medication help. Thanks!
Complete thread -- (good plan! My search was at a dead end.)
Complete thread -- Thanks very much for trying. I'm sending him a blank.
Complete thread -- Oops! that was a "primrose path" false lead! Please excuse!
Complete thread -- (6-yr-old finding: I haven't narrowed the generic down to a brand name matching s/l.)
Complete thread -- I think I was just talking to myself. :-)
Complete thread -- doc's statements are out of order. Recipient site is sprayed, THEN graft is placed (seems
Complete thread -- Sorry to disagree, but here, 'of the skin' does not equate to a subject.
Complete thread -- Sorry to disagree, but here, 'of the skin' does not equate to a subject.
Complete thread -- You are welcome jgb. Happy to help. :)
Complete thread -- Thank you SO much for posting the solution!!! OP, you feed helpers essential vitamins!
Complete thread -- "Of the skin" is the subject in THIS sentence, however. A prepositional phrase is RARELY
Complete thread -- I got it - Sulfamylon soaks. Thank you both.
Complete thread -- s/l "Ar-teese" was sprayed on the recipient site
Complete thread -- Suit yourself.
Complete thread -- big guess, some hemostats or just hemostats??
Complete thread -- And again, thanks poi. Could not do it without you.
Complete thread -- Way To Go, Poi!!! :-)
Complete thread -- (scarring makes medical sense....??....:-)
Complete thread -- Scarring it is. You are too good poi. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- ("insults," or "Some insults," is not correct.......thinking....)
Complete thread -- s/l "Some insults" were used to control the bleeding
Complete thread -- scarring?
Complete thread -- (tough...I'm weak on chiropracty, but I believe "sclera" is wrong.....)
Complete thread -- reduce the cause of....
Complete thread -- You saved my day poi. Thanks
Complete thread -- S/L use of casue of vascodilation and S/L sclera sm Thanks
Complete thread -- any prepositional phrase (of the skin) is NEVER the subject.
Complete thread -- omg. sigh
Complete thread -- Actually more hits for "bilateral Charcot foot" than "bilateral Charcot feet"
Complete thread -- (I like poi's "convexity." Ignore my message above. :-)
Complete thread -- But in this case it would be an adjective so never mind. I will go will Charcot feet
Complete thread -- hmmm...no.... doc means the "convex bow" is to the R. Maybe "convexionality to the R??"
Complete thread -- Well, what I was going on is you wouldn't say "bilateral armS pain" or "bilateral handS
Complete thread -- convexity
Complete thread -- S/L convectionally to the right. sm
Complete thread -- (hehe! Do they occasionally appear as extensions of the ears?) (Jest askin'! :-)
Complete thread -- (took me a while to understand it also. Even now I can fail to see it or "blank" on what
Complete thread -- cite your source on the skin.
Complete thread -- I did get a chuckle out of "bilateral lower extremity Charcot feet"..sm
Complete thread -- of the skin is the clause that makes the subject, skin, singular; gait and station are 2 s
Complete thread -- You're a step ahead of me Mgt. I didn't even know what the "+" meant.
Complete thread -- OMG - u save me!!!
Complete thread -- She was also responding to your rude attack.
Complete thread -- no, feet as it's bilateral.
Complete thread -- bilateral Charcot feet?
Complete thread -- So read the whole thing. learn comprehension
Complete thread -- I would like to comment on the postings; I did not have the impression sm
Complete thread -- Now I will have the confidence to do it
Complete thread -- Good plan
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i try not to think about it
Complete thread -- don't be afraid to ask QA why.
Complete thread -- well thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I just couldn't find anything. = )
Complete thread -- Usually lowercase p that starts off the TMN = pathological classification and is
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, so FINE, SO fine!! :-)
Complete thread -- Mack Bolt Stell & Machine - Bryan, TX- Mack Bolt & SteelWe provide bolts, steel and other
Complete thread -- me 2. I HATE it when they say that. 2 things are 2 things. However, if
Complete thread -- (tumor staging is a "fine art," and a "subspeciality" of MT. Await a knowledgeable helper
Complete thread -- I disagree w/ your QC: "gait and statiion are normal." "inspection and palpation...are
Complete thread -- hate to ask this, but which is correct - see below
Complete thread -- (I like "limb" far better than "loom," & can't think of an alternative to "limb.")
Complete thread -- s/l Macbones and Steel?
Complete thread -- s/l loom or limb plse sm
Complete thread -- Breast CA. Resection margins are negative. AJCC staging *pT1c,pN0*. nm
Complete thread -- intramedullary?
Complete thread -- "intra-mat-a-loid" lesion
Complete thread -- How about because she is the one making a big deal out of it. I didn't
Complete thread -- Considering your original replay was directed to darlene - why attack Mgt?
Complete thread -- Fine, but the point is if you don't read the whole thing and fully comprehend the OPs
Complete thread -- It is processes. He says it weird. Thanks
Complete thread -- You are correct.
Complete thread -- WAG: could "let" be instead "tech"?
Complete thread -- tech?
Complete thread -- show or shows (I say show) sm
Complete thread -- s/l stress echo let
Complete thread -- spinous process, but on the lateral view of the thoracic spine,
Complete thread -- Skip the message inside if don't like me and don't want my point of view:
Complete thread -- could it be fusion of the spondylolisthesis of C2 and C3?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- And if you're not going to really read the whole thing, why even bother?
Complete thread -- First off, she had the reword part as her "signature" and NOT inside
Complete thread -- "di-a-phrel" = "peripheral" ;-)
Complete thread -- (at best awkward, at worst confusing or wrong?) "Meticulous -yes hemostasis was easily con
Complete thread -- symmetrical "di-a-phrel" polyneuropathy. No motor weakness.
Complete thread -- take that back adenoma is right as well.
Complete thread -- (from the "peanut gallery" lol!:-) It is hard for me, & prob others, to see the "+" that
Complete thread -- Thanks for the explanation.
Complete thread -- pleomorphic is right, not sure about the rest. Thank you.
Complete thread -- S/L has prothesis sm
Complete thread -- Embryologically, thyroid anlage develops at the base of the tongue and normally descends
Complete thread -- ______ adenoma?
Complete thread -- pleomorphic nodule?
Complete thread -- thyroid mass word help - sm
Complete thread -- Please read the OPs question, She asked about "rewording" , not what it was
Complete thread -- roof of left atrium
Complete thread -- I meant to give you this one about epo deficiency & anemia sm
Complete thread -- Don't need all that. My question was about rewording what was dictated but I got it
Complete thread -- maybe Erythropoietin Deficiency ?
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- they are closing off the vessel (puncture site) with StarClose nm
Complete thread -- StarClose® SE Vascular Closure ..sm
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will use that.
Complete thread -- We abandoned further attempts and eventually "star closed" that vessel.
Complete thread -- Anemia of CKD +/- anemia of chronic disease. Rule out "supine postine" deficiency.
Complete thread -- I would also think intermittent
Complete thread -- The patient had an intraarticular fracture of the distal radius complicated by sm
Complete thread -- Your fantastic - thats it
Complete thread -- An intercartilaginous?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "Nadler - curdle - adj* incison
Complete thread -- Yes, I found it in Stedman's.
Complete thread -- decompression?
Complete thread -- If that's it, it's capped LLETZ
Complete thread -- going to flag. Thanks anyway all
Complete thread -- I just found something like "Lletz." This might be what I need.
Complete thread -- At this point, the "late see coated" single-tooth tenaculum had been kept on the
Complete thread -- previous?
Complete thread -- L4-5?
Complete thread -- he had ______ laminectomy in 1992 . s/l bordaviewis
Complete thread -- well, probably because that is just worded oddly. the carpal tunnel itself
Complete thread -- why am I getting no hits for "septic carpal tunnel"?
Complete thread -- thank you SO much everyone!
Complete thread -- yes, just got that. Thanks nm for the help.
Complete thread -- optical magnification?
Complete thread -- mho, s/m
Complete thread -- s/l 3.3 optimal magnification
Complete thread -- i think you need some more commas but not the one you put unless you are saying that all
Complete thread -- I figured it out, for future reference TB stands for turbinate bone
Complete thread -- wondering if short-speak for threshold
Complete thread -- hmmm, not sure
Complete thread -- Thanks...that is the word!
Complete thread -- rhabdomyolysis
Complete thread -- Pls help with cardiac note. s/l roof or groove. thanks!
Complete thread -- end of word s/l "lysis."
Complete thread -- thanks nm
Complete thread -- maybe deviation of the septum?
Complete thread -- see Rules, top right
Complete thread -- eastern, as in eastern medicine-i.e. chinese, acupuncture or something like that??
Complete thread -- #1 entire lumen? (though intact could work)
Complete thread -- Word help -s/l "TB" of the septum - what does "TB" stand for
Complete thread -- Thank you. that does help!! going on now!
Complete thread -- yeah, but that is what it sounds like. Cannot change what it sounds like.
Complete thread -- don't think you are going to see laryngeal anything in the colon.
Complete thread -- Yes, she could be slurring that :) Thank you
Complete thread -- maybe this will help. See message.
Complete thread -- s/l intact lumen was visualized, s/l laryngeal dysplasia, s/l Angle sent
Complete thread -- He has been undergoing physical therapy at the rate of 3x/week as well as chiropracti
Complete thread -- any chance of peripheral structures?
Complete thread -- depilate?
Complete thread -- MRI of brain ..posterior fossa and "periphery structures."
Complete thread -- Thank you! Anyone else want to give their opinion?
Complete thread -- No problem. Our answers are similar, I just said I would
Complete thread -- Sounds like "depolig" the scrotum.
Complete thread -- off the... sitting
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks! 2 questions..
Complete thread -- that was an oh wow!
Complete thread -- oh wow...yes it is, thanks. Going to be a LONG Monday!!!
Complete thread -- Could it be "more going on than just gastritis" ??
Complete thread -- s/l more go noninjest gastritis
Complete thread -- I mean the s/l is more like "shred"
Complete thread -- ASR: Hearing "thread" is better on the right and worse on the left. Weber is
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't see this question and your answer until I answered the one above.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- see link..I would use it..same concept as metatarsophalangeal joint
Complete thread -- then removed. * The thatch* was reapproximated using
Complete thread -- agree, there are many different lengths and angles available.
Complete thread -- seems reasonable..maybe different sizes or directions...if U hear it I would use it
Complete thread -- utilized where needed for *visual* hemostasis
Complete thread -- Using *a variety of* Kerrison rongeurs a piecemeal laminotomy was then performed.
Complete thread -- is metatarsosesamoid joints a word?
Complete thread -- thankyou-thankyou-thankyou!
Complete thread -- mal de barquement
Complete thread -- It is proper use of combining form, but I would probably separate
Complete thread -- WAG-enlarged aqueduct? Meniere's syndrome?
Complete thread -- is metatarsosesamoid joints a word?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ENT question..patient with vague vestibular symptoms, doc notes ...sm
Complete thread -- inflammatory response?
Complete thread -- viral?
Complete thread -- After all arterial processes were ruled out and ____ processes suspected,
Complete thread -- I found TOBI but don't think patient has cystic fibrosis.
Complete thread -- "tobey inhalers"
Complete thread -- Thanks. That makes sense.
Complete thread -- PNT = PI (proximal interphalageal) and DIP (distal interphalageal)
Complete thread -- mcp?, pip, and dip joints
Complete thread -- complete response or complete remission?
Complete thread -- Wav posted. She has full active range of motion of s/l MCP, CPI, PNT, and DIP joints
Complete thread -- try looking up "arsenic trioxide-based consolidation chemotherapy"
Complete thread -- Well that was too simple. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...a previous hysterectomy "for" (not "pher") endometriosis,
Complete thread -- perhaps hysterectomy due to endometriosis (or something like that)
Complete thread -- ?robust surge response sm
Complete thread -- S/L pherendometriosis
Complete thread -- Just curious. I have a report that states a guy was on CHOP (CR). I found
Complete thread -- yes, of course that's it! Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- Help, unsure of oncology terms... thanks in advance...
Complete thread -- he did not dictate down? Ensure would work also, but don't
Complete thread -- Yep, I guess shear is correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ??blue toe syndrome?? see link
Complete thread -- shear
Complete thread -- be sure?
Complete thread -- ??Döhle?? but check my spelling, I'm on the run
Complete thread -- S/L sheer
Complete thread -- ??cold agglutinin(s)??
Complete thread -- Any idea what it is for (PMH) or other medications patient is on?
Complete thread -- MD spells drug called Marfin. Anyone know what this is?
Complete thread -- Vascular surgeon says
Complete thread -- White count shows 35% bands with positive "doily bodies"
Complete thread -- coagglutination? Don't know your context
Complete thread -- nothing on google... s/l co-deglutanants...sm
Complete thread -- (I, too, was tickled with it! and it came to me immediately! lol! :-)
Complete thread -- good one Mgt!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- (I like "operative," tho I can't personally hear it, b/c "operative time out"=so common.
Complete thread -- neologism for "same-colored" area, RAISED, but same color as tissue surrounding it.
Complete thread -- Something, but what? by mouth was performed
Complete thread -- operative time-out was peformed?
Complete thread -- oops...on the last one 63 degrees to the left.
Complete thread -- agree w/ suggestion below, 2 syllables B4 "time out was performed: "formal"?
Complete thread -- thanks!:)
Complete thread -- perhaps...see message
Complete thread -- B4 listening:?time out?
Complete thread -- Not sure if I'm hearing A proper or just A time-out was
Complete thread -- subsequently has done WHAT?
Complete thread -- I'd type of. 3 scoliotic curves, doc describing them similarly and in order. Colon after
Complete thread -- surgical site were identified and verified. ____ was performed
Complete thread -- The baby has subsequently done? Sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- Need help with middle part of this x-ray study. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Climara ? you can enter *mara on drugs.com and come up with
Complete thread -- "quanic sensitive sinusitis" = "quite extensive sinusitis." cauda equina
Complete thread -- Eastern needs an "n"; most likely a typo, but---
Complete thread -- Should that be Eastern?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- intercollegiate sports
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Complete thread -- He appears to be maturing having adapted to hearing aids, working full ...
Complete thread -- varsity soccer team.
Complete thread -- He is playing on the Easter Michigan _________s/l University soccer te ...
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Complete thread -- Murphy. (sign)
Complete thread -- and he would be in pain.
Complete thread -- gallbladder wall thickening and positive ____. The patient does
Complete thread -- Divigel Estradiol or nitroglycerin are all I can think of. Sorry
Complete thread -- Sorry. Should have clarified. I know what it means just didn't think that would be said.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops "was the first year that he had actually... " left out "that"!
Complete thread -- That would be it. She really messed up that word.
Complete thread -- persantine ??
Complete thread -- Sent a blank! Thanks
Complete thread -- It sounds like paris 19 study. abdominal pain is reason for admission
Complete thread -- "was the first year he had actually been compliant"
Complete thread -- Not sure about the blank, but I hear "because of the CLOTS and debris"
Complete thread -- He says that this year up until September ____________with taking his ...
Complete thread -- s/l ? diltamara ? s/m
Complete thread -- also, if you put pooped out into onelook you find
Complete thread -- it was clogged up and he was _______ with pain
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy: There was an s/l "iso-colored" raised area around the right ureteral
Complete thread -- Common expression. "I worked so hard today, gee I'm pooped out." Essentially means tired,
Complete thread -- baby began to *poop out* and was subsequently admitted
Complete thread -- thanksthanks
Complete thread -- L3 body
Complete thread -- One of these answered in your post below -- did you see it?
Complete thread -- 3 blanks inside
Complete thread -- Thanks. I believe so. Couldn't get the link to display but Googled your suggestion.
Complete thread -- ? infra adjacent levels Link look over see what you think, if fits.
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- can't find you 2nd s/l might google.com cauda equina though sm link
Complete thread -- cauda equina is a structure within the lower end of the spinal column of most vertebra
Complete thread -- just says .. and now the plan, status post etc
Complete thread -- looking for 2 words see inside.
Complete thread -- Thank you, both. I did end up going with it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- ? fascia pincher is very tight sm
Complete thread -- circumferential - adjective: lying around or just outside the edges
Complete thread -- ______ and plan status post laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- circumferential: just means encircling sm
Complete thread -- 1st is extensor, the 2nd is fascial something. Can't quite get it.
Complete thread -- surgeon has always said that
Complete thread -- ? Wernicke
Complete thread -- s/l wort-a-kee phenomenon
Complete thread -- blast from the past, see link.
Complete thread -- salmon-colored
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Prehn sign..see link..first I googled ..genitalia "negative * sign" ..that brought up
Complete thread -- ??coryza?? see link
Complete thread -- s/l coresa
Complete thread -- GENITALIA: Normal uncircumcised male without discharge. Testes desce ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- Status post carpal tunnel release
Complete thread -- AJCC and CAP require it smushed together.
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- labium majus is singular per dictionary (nobody uses it though).
Complete thread -- urinary incontinence
Complete thread -- Yes, I see I had it backwards. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- that sure would be more probable, i think it is it. thanks, and yes, i ...
Complete thread -- from a few sites i went to, labia (or labium) majus is singular, labia ...
Complete thread -- Is this an ultrasound or some type of imaging? Could be air-filled.
Complete thread -- nevermind, I think I figured it out.
Complete thread -- the left is singular not plural
Complete thread -- s/l hair-filled viscus
Complete thread -- "INDICATIONS: A 73-year-old female has recurrent VIN-3 on the low ...
Complete thread -- Thank you VMT, now I am hearing it.
Complete thread -- Oh thanks! (duh) I must be way too tired for this tonight... ;-P
Complete thread -- He is just spelling out "malacia" in bronchomalacia.
Complete thread -- ChloraPrep
Complete thread -- s/l tri-clor prep
Complete thread -- pediatric pulmonology consult - .wav sent
Complete thread -- NM going to flag.
Complete thread -- BoS 3rd Edition. "Most medical lexicographic resources as well as the AMA
Complete thread -- Thank you! Couldn't get close enough for a hit!
Complete thread -- If interested see link on disc versus disk (November 2009)
Complete thread -- Klippel-Feil
Complete thread -- woman with a *S/L *kiperal feel* syndrome that previosuly you had eval ...
Complete thread -- I'd put disk/facet
Complete thread -- sterile of water for tumor *osteo myolysis* reasons.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear it now...would you type disc/facet since they are 2 different
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- it's facet, but she accents the first syllable and mumbles the second.
Complete thread -- I agree, if you think there is a word there, to leave a blank,
Complete thread -- I wouldn't leave anything out. She stumbles over facet or something. If there
Complete thread -- I think she said disc fac (or fat maybe)...like she was going to say facet, but
Complete thread -- An MRI that was performed 10/03/2010 revealed ___________degeneration ...
Complete thread -- I believe nm is correct as far as it being abbrev. cricoid hook, but
Complete thread -- I'm finding a CRIQ-QIT with tracheostomy hook, but I'll go with cric
Complete thread -- slang for cricoid hook,
Complete thread -- slang for cricoid hook,
Complete thread -- cricoid hook.
Complete thread -- cricoid hook.
Complete thread -- cricoid hook.
Complete thread -- cric? - not sure about caps though
Complete thread -- A *crike* hook was used for upwards traction
Complete thread -- T4a N1a M0. Depending on account may need to smush all together, recommend
Complete thread -- Stage T4, *AN1A,* M0, stage IIIa vulvar melanoma. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I did that with wildcard search. No diagnosis to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hmm, epidural is in the spine, so maybe s/l laryngaop, may mean placed LMA sm
Complete thread -- opps, hit ENTER without owning report nm
Complete thread -- found this, maybe but don't guess. Drugs.com entered * derm
Complete thread -- NM, flagging. I know I didn't give much time, but short report and
Complete thread -- From med list *Lacriderm*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- epidural *larynga*
Complete thread -- with the specimen as well. Hemostasis
Complete thread -- Thanks poi!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dictionary: consultant- a person who gives professional or expert advice
Complete thread -- fascia was excised ____ hemostasis was
Complete thread -- I give, who is it?
Complete thread -- Im having a moment. In a consultation, who is the "consultant"?
Complete thread -- pls send one mail to jacky_mtt@yahoo.com
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- #2. these....I would probably use a ; after pigmented.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- pls help with other blanks
Complete thread -- #1 she said elliptoid, probably meant ellipsoid.
Complete thread -- #3 lower of the two had some...
Complete thread -- to exclude or confirm
Complete thread -- SKIN: Examination today revealed _________mildly pigmented __________ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Added wav.
Complete thread -- to his left hip to _____ and to confirm whether the hip
Complete thread -- was thinking *extrude*, but neither one make sense in that sentence.
Complete thread -- t yvm
Complete thread -- 2 1/2-year-old or 2-1/2-year-old per BOS V2
Complete thread -- help with where hyphens go. thanks.
Complete thread -- anesthetic injection to his left hip to *exclude fluid* and confirm
Complete thread -- He makes me so mad sometimes.
Complete thread -- thanks again!
Complete thread -- (however, I think your word was consistent w/ what doc was trying to convey.)
Complete thread -- co-contents????
Complete thread -- Totally ignore my contaminant.
Complete thread -- contaminant?
Complete thread -- ____content from the colon?
Complete thread -- possibly our "heavy"= "happening due to prior ischemia"? A tad awkward, but he's ESL.
Complete thread -- blood in the ileum was ______ from the colon
Complete thread -- I thought I heard heavy too.
Complete thread -- (there is an "and" before "This," but I agree w/ your omitting it.
Complete thread -- "and this may be on the basis of prior ischemia" is close, but NOT correct. (I don't hear
Complete thread -- This may be ______ ischemia.
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- wars that he has been in. somebody that keeps ON chasing him..s/l Palo Alto*Pennsylvani
Complete thread -- not "a bee" but "somebody" has been in 3 wars: Korean, ...
Complete thread -- help with wav please
Complete thread -- I can hear them in the browser, but not on Winamp.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks. I decided to go with it- just realised that she also says HCT after Micardis, and
Complete thread -- slight bump of troponin. ?She? refused any intervention.
Complete thread -- Well, Micardis is for hypertension, so it makes sense to me and they often say things
Complete thread -- please help with
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- grade, in location.
Complete thread -- antegrade or antegraded?
Complete thread -- Only PMS is hypertension, med dictated as 'Mi-o-cardis'. can i be confident that
Complete thread -- i hear it vaguely, but i agree that it makes sense with vitiligo, so i'll go with it.
Complete thread -- I don't know. I am trying to figure it out, that is why I asked
Complete thread -- lev, that sure as heck sounds closest to "pale" to me. 2nd close="peeled"
Complete thread -- I'm kinda hearing pale too (with an accent) and that makes sense wtih vitiligo...
Complete thread -- I think sound recorder records a wma file, which still should
Complete thread -- thanks, but doesn't really sound like that. Any idea why you can't hear my wavs?
Complete thread -- pale?
Complete thread -- peel/pear, i think it start with P
Complete thread -- i open the file and cut out the parts i don't want and save it all in sound recorder. My
Complete thread -- do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- just curious lev, how do you record your wav files? I can hear
Complete thread -- Thanks it was mL - just terrible slurring
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- drug and dose both make sense. (mL is understood)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ? the question.. Restylane® injections
Complete thread -- "felt" ("believed" is the meaning of "felt" there)
Complete thread -- Word help - * Restylane for blepharoplasty
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- Yep, thanks.
Complete thread -- I think that this has already been settled.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking polymyositis (muscle disorder) sm
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows C-ANCA, cANCA, or c-ANCA as acceptable
Complete thread -- fit
Complete thread -- TY! That is it.
Complete thread -- Skip this. The Excedrin makes sense.
Complete thread -- carbidopa/levodopa?
Complete thread -- Med help please
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I have 2 things that sound close.
Complete thread -- They would not use barium if concerned for aspiration, and this
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- I agree. Flags are the clear choice. They might not always
Complete thread -- then I'd flag it and put scl-70 as the clear choice. Because we ALL know they
Complete thread -- I agree, it is very clear SB 70
Complete thread -- I flagged. Will post if I find out what they were. Flagged SB70, polycytis and the other
Complete thread -- I knew there was a scl-70 but that is not what he says.
Complete thread -- I will change. Could not find anywhere that actually gave a preference.
Complete thread -- I could not find polycitis, polycytis either. Will flag.
Complete thread -- your p and c really need to be lower case p-ANCA and c-ANCA, and scl-70
Complete thread -- SL70 scleroderma
Complete thread -- me neither and what is polycytis? Not in my books, maybe he's confused....
Complete thread -- it does kinda sound like that...
Complete thread -- I could not confirm a SB70 or SV70 to search that way either.
Complete thread -- I thought it sounded like terbano monocitis?
Complete thread -- something monocytes???
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- post says it's from a bush in garden, so not "cat," I'm guessing.
Complete thread -- (thanks for link. I was unaware keratotic lesions could occur there til seeing link.)
Complete thread -- knee. I am suspecting a cat (claw puncture) or other minor trauma. R/O sporotrichosis fr
Complete thread -- Late...but keratotic? See inside for links that seem to fit...
Complete thread -- Thanks - think I better flag this one.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the try, but too many letters in that word.
Complete thread -- koilocytotic?
Complete thread -- cut?
Complete thread -- s/l "koe-a-tot-ick" changes to the cervix
Complete thread -- doesn't really fit to context
Complete thread -- rebound?
Complete thread -- suspecting a PAD (?) or minor trauma...
Complete thread -- sent wav. Patient clearly developed an MRSA abscess above the knee s/l suspecting a
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- wow. really? thanks for reading all the replies before posting. again.
Complete thread -- not temperature, but regimen was broadened and must be a barium swallow study
Complete thread -- going with 'barium'. doesn't sound exactly like that but hard to hear audio.
Complete thread -- or barium swallowing study?
Complete thread -- video? got a first letter for the new s/l before "swallowing"?
Complete thread -- (___) swallowing study was obtained.
Complete thread -- was just about to comment on that one. something to do with a swallow-type study,
Complete thread -- Sorry- can't get a sound file! Just need help on the 'A (pyramid
Complete thread -- think it was CRP.
Complete thread -- regimen is broadened ?
Complete thread -- 'and his (regimens) broadened to include clindamycin'
Complete thread -- sent on with a blank. thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- any way to get a sound file for this?
Complete thread -- clindamycin, not capped.
Complete thread -- (despite being on ampicillin)
Complete thread -- I mean, if you can hear/listen to the MP3. If a logic-based guess, makes sense,
Complete thread -- I wish. Not really hearing that. Are you?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Could be MCV???
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted, treated for UTI, and had increasing
Complete thread -- MP3. Lab value?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- HAS BEEN SLOW TO GET ARRANGED due to
Complete thread -- which according to his brother has been ____________due to insurance r ...
Complete thread -- shouting at?; abusive language; still thinking on your 2nd s/l
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- WAG-resection rim (it is really blurred)
Complete thread -- ASSUMING this is a UA??? There was LE (leukocyte esterase)???
Complete thread -- I found an Omega-D3 ..
Complete thread -- optimal ___________with no ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- there is also something after that which is totally blurred out. Is that a dragging tape?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (can't confirm)
Complete thread -- I hear Omega B time release (can'
Complete thread -- s/l new lemon - psychiatry
Complete thread -- omega-3 fatty acids, peppermint oil, DMAE, DHA, and omega ___________. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There were (LE), ketones and proteins in (2 to 5 wet cells).
Complete thread -- actually, *plan to*
Complete thread -- #2 plan
Complete thread -- We will continue to follow her with _________examinations and will ___ ...
Complete thread -- no microscopic or residual.. can't get the first one tho
Complete thread -- and ablation of tumor and staging biopsies resulting in optimal ______ ...
Complete thread -- thanks for info
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- HE IS ALLERGIC TO ZOFRAN.
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Ortho help, sm
Complete thread -- thank you too!
Complete thread -- definitive management
Complete thread -- Oh! I see, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Possible - could be using terminal as *definite* treatment
Complete thread -- Russian accent help
Complete thread -- no prob. appreciate the info.
Complete thread -- also would be good if i'd not typo my own name. LOL!
Complete thread -- good to know.
Complete thread -- just for what it is worth, if the genus name is all by itself ( proteus ) you don't
Complete thread -- for future.. there is a bacteria link at top of page you can use to check stuff like this
Complete thread -- I didn't want you to use the wrong spelling in case. Not telling you TO do it. and
Complete thread -- it is "E. coli, Proteus, and mixed anaerobes"... thank you all!
Complete thread -- on this account we always just use "E." and not Escherichia unless doc says it.
Complete thread -- and, not one thing. E coli (Escherichia coli) and proteus -- 2 separate bacteria
Complete thread -- and proteus.. they are 2 different bacteria that is why it is a mixed infection
Complete thread -- Escherichia coli (check spelling also) also may not want to use . after the E,
Complete thread -- listening again i can hear he is saying - E. coli proteus. thanks so much!
Complete thread -- probably not going to cap proteus though, since it is standing alone.
Complete thread -- orthopedic hardware can cause infection
Complete thread -- my first thought is proteus, you could research to see if they are common in hardware
Complete thread -- E. coli (Eschericia coli bacteria) and Proteus
Complete thread -- s/l "e coli prudius"
Complete thread -- (generally signify an arrhythmia) Reason=w/ very differing RR intervals, ejected volume
Complete thread -- thanks so much Margaret!
Complete thread -- knocks (unusually strong palpitations, heart beats that jar or "whack" pt
Complete thread -- cardio note - s/l strong knocks/knox - anyone ever heard of this? see mess and
Complete thread -- See msg
Complete thread -- OMG. that is exactly what he is saying! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- no i slowed it down a tad but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- weakness of the thumb opposition?
Complete thread -- my s/l sounds like femoral, but that isn't word I'm looking for. sm
Complete thread -- Sorry can't get it. Is that normal speed?
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- thank you so much for the effort!! :)
Complete thread -- I googled biolife (see inside), and picture schedules makes sense to me
Complete thread -- Neuro exam on autistic 16 yo - lots of text . . .
Complete thread -- thank you both. wasn't sure
Complete thread -- Both blanks are "Kayexalate." #2 garbled. Generic = sodium polystyrene sulfonate.
Complete thread -- Kayexalate 60 g and 30 g?
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- sounds like it is just looping around and around on the dyspepsia word????
Complete thread -- dyspepsia.....(but I couldn't get the rest.)
Complete thread -- (thanks! makes better sense, even if not better match for s/l! :-)
Complete thread -- He complains of intermittent episodes of left upper abdominal discomfort with s___
Complete thread -- WAG "nuclear"? as in nucleus of cranial nerve 8, related to station & balance? WagWag.
Complete thread -- also not 100% sure about that, guess i will flag
Complete thread -- he said it later more clearly - lacunar infarcts
Complete thread -- (I cannot "get" it, but I'm not satisfied that word "agents" before the s/l is correct.
Complete thread -- possible central nervous system s/l declear infarcts, possibly embolic
Complete thread -- the patient has been seen by various physical therapy agents
Complete thread -- No hyphens
Complete thread -- that's it. thank you
Complete thread -- glucose of 48, protein of ?21?, 0 WBCs, and
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- WOW! New one for me. Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- you have sharp eyes. Your plural "resections" sounds better than a plural "tumor."
Complete thread -- please see message
Complete thread -- Thank you guys!
Complete thread -- Floor-of-mouth squamous cancer, canal-wall-down mastoidectomy. Hyphens needed here?
Complete thread -- borborygmus (plural borborygmi,
Complete thread -- borborygmi check my spelling
Complete thread -- normally hear ideation? suicidal ideation and/or homicidal ideation
Complete thread -- usually it would be "suicidal ideation." (thought, ideas of suicide)
Complete thread -- physical exam of abdomen s/l "boomer-egg-a-me"
Complete thread -- suicidal ideation.
Complete thread -- Yes. unusual to have ovulation this soon after delivery, esp if not formula feeding.
Complete thread -- no definite history of depression or suicidal ___ation
Complete thread -- 10s
Complete thread -- Yes, it appears. Metz has no other expansion I know of.
Complete thread -- mets as in metasasis??? (cancer?)
Complete thread -- dictated hydrocodone "tens" should I put 10 mg ???
Complete thread -- unfortunately I cannot post a wav.... no mic here at work :(
Complete thread -- Skin overlying the nasal dorsum elevated with 6-inch "Metz". see msg
Complete thread -- going to be irregular would make more sense to me. Can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- after listening...it sounds like he starts to say something, then corrects himself
Complete thread -- without listening, my guess would be malaise?
Complete thread -- does this make sense ?
Complete thread -- list of diagnoses
Complete thread -- #2 biopsy of the mass was obtained
Complete thread -- (great to see you back, jg! I hope you were away kicking up your heels rather than having
Complete thread -- (thanks)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Robaxin (methocarbamol)
Complete thread -- Med s/l Roboxicam. Doc says it's a muscle relaxant
Complete thread -- I am not anyone's stalker and my name isn't veronica. I'm not
Complete thread -- NM it is rib hump
Complete thread -- 4:47 to 6:05 is NOT more like 20 minutes. You neither pay attention, nor can you
Complete thread -- direct vertebral body rotation correction for her *ray pon*. Posterior
Complete thread -- what would that be?
Complete thread -- hepatic cholangiocarcinoma
Complete thread -- actually dear stalker (veronica) more like 20 minutes. Stuff it.
Complete thread -- NM, repeats statement later in report and it is thickening
Complete thread -- where there was *thickening* and discharges
Complete thread -- please try again thanks
Complete thread -- Wow, thanks so much! I'd have been searching forever with my spellings! : )
Complete thread -- Caren Douenias
Complete thread -- Can you narrow it down to a city or a specialty?
Complete thread -- (This doc pronounces it as *dway-nis.*)
Complete thread -- Why respond an hour after the ? was asked when it has already
Complete thread -- Looking for Dr. Karen *doo-anis* in NY and can't find anything at all! I've tried
Complete thread -- no wav
Complete thread -- It is not working for me.
Complete thread -- #2 biopsy of the mass was obtained
Complete thread -- ?Tischler forceps
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- after forceps, changes mind, says "sorry" and then two small........
Complete thread -- flax seed oil
Complete thread -- Flexeril ??
Complete thread -- Pathology, mass was.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Got it. It is right.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- SM Don't have time to research the forceps, but I am sure you can find on Google
Complete thread -- Word Help SM
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- calcium, citalopram, allegra,___________, hydrochlorthiazide,lisinopri ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- neoplasia and revealed
Complete thread -- #1 is just um. Can't get all of #2 but bladder or bowel function
Complete thread -- #1 is just um. Can't get all of #2 but bladder or bowel function
Complete thread -- and she reports no changes since her last visit ___________she denies ...
Complete thread -- In June 2009, she had a colposcopic exam as well as cervical cytology ...
Complete thread -- that's what i got thanks
Complete thread -- Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory sm
Complete thread -- lol...that does ultrasonography :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oh, it was Noninvasive Vascular Laboratory.
Complete thread -- No, neither one of those,but thanks.
Complete thread -- possibly ultrasonography
Complete thread -- emollients
Complete thread -- He noted *fissuring* with his last treatment, erythema. he has been u ...
Complete thread -- sonography?
Complete thread -- noninvasive vascular s/l "laboratory" (or "vibratory"?) upper extremity duplex
Complete thread -- Got it, acid hematin.
Complete thread -- Doesn't s/l that, thanks.
Complete thread -- hemosiderin?
Complete thread -- without bleeding or acid s/l "hemisine" seen in the stomach.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear - and as well asymptomatic with this arrhythmia. nm
Complete thread -- Since her last visit, she has remained better rate controlled with the ...
Complete thread -- or, airless maybe ? (atelectasis) sm
Complete thread -- I think what threw you was "lesion" there is stellate fracture.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and lastly the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Otherwise, (?) the
Complete thread -- denies any nausea/vomiting. _________patient noted long-term history ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think you found right one. ESTECH retractor/ ESTECH (chest) stabilizer. sm
Complete thread -- (maybe he meant "edema fluid," which accumulates due to osmosis?? SM
Complete thread -- a sole
Complete thread -- Patient is _________hotel owner and manages as well as cleans ...
Complete thread -- s/l osmosis
Complete thread -- setting the suture to the labrum...?
Complete thread -- thanks, poi! (Pardon my belated post above before reading whole thread.)
Complete thread -- the probe detects for radiation (pt is dosed w/ tracer prior to op.) ??proprietary name of
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- You click on where it says to listen to wav or MP3
Complete thread -- slight?
Complete thread -- how can i listen to mp3/wav post?
Complete thread -- could be arthritic type deformities.
Complete thread -- oops, no
Complete thread -- Gout is more than likely right. I just needed to hear it. ~thanks
Complete thread -- did you wav post?
Complete thread -- proximal and distal *side* defect
Complete thread -- It sounds like gout but you don't think it is? Not understanding your question.
Complete thread -- He has arthritic ______ deformities of the index finger on the left with limited flex
Complete thread -- I will listen for that.
Complete thread -- maybe hepatic cologenic cancer?
Complete thread -- alpha-lipoic acid ("LA") in Poly-MVA (also known as thioctic acid) works together with oth
Complete thread -- Usually very clear dictator. The pt's grandfather died of s/l hepantic-cologic
Complete thread -- there is an MVI multivitamin I believe
Complete thread -- interval treatment?
Complete thread -- I decided it must be MVA (which is thioctic acid).
Complete thread -- s/l primacope is likely Primacor (milrinone) used cardiopulmonary bypasss surgery sm
Complete thread -- Pt. w/breast cancer. List of meds: Calcium, vitamin C "s/l NVA", and antibiotics.
Complete thread -- WAG... "probable/possible meningitis bacteria"? not as close to s/l but maybe just garbled
Complete thread -- some type of arthroscopic procedure?
Complete thread -- s/l ? banal ? s/m
Complete thread -- Patient in for f/u after right shoulder "several episcopal" procedure
Complete thread -- No apostrophe with Graves...Still looking for blank
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it-thanks for your help! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for considering my post! I'll flag.
Complete thread -- first thought was muscle stretch reflexes (MSRs), but your dic
Complete thread -- Chiropractic note. On exam: Lower extremity *MR esses* are done. Please
Complete thread -- Russian accent help
Complete thread -- DeBakey?
Complete thread -- WAG... contaminates? also, gram-positive (needs hyphen)
Complete thread -- The ilioinguinal nerve was identified and preserved throughout the pro ...
Complete thread -- filaments
Complete thread -- was it Mupirocin?
Complete thread -- I think so too
Complete thread -- Nm...found it, heard it a different way as I was typing it in here. Sorry.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- I will give him "s/l muci-prosin" to apply to the abrasions on his legs.
Complete thread -- Fungal cultures, very high s/l *failed-men*seen. Pls sm. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- resected
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Did you hear Praxim?
Complete thread -- I have heard that, identical flaps on opposite sides like book ends
Complete thread -- but I am sure you are correct.
Complete thread -- I would spell it out
Complete thread -- sure-seem message for example
Complete thread -- s/l H. point
Complete thread -- The *book end* type flaps were created.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- pedicle *limb* of breast tissue
Complete thread -- I was thinking something weird term for position (like valgus)
Complete thread -- it is really frustrating when you are trying to help someone......
Complete thread -- worse?
Complete thread -- don't you hate that? making something hard out of something so simple? good find. :)
Complete thread -- forgot to check the obvious again :(
Complete thread -- Strange. Sounds like none of the suggestions, really like "neo"probe. Will flag. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- It was just in a list of medications. No other information. ...
Complete thread -- you were right!
Complete thread -- if you go to the link I posted, look on the left hand column, that is the OMNI site.
Complete thread -- I actually downloaded shareware that records mp3 files, so
Complete thread -- Status post bronchoscopy and right lower lobectomy. "The chest x-ray today looks
Complete thread -- nerve probe activity? My doctors use nerve monitoring for
Complete thread -- Can't hear apex. :o(
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help and thorough explanation. I will do that soon. Running late now.
Complete thread -- ex-vivo gamma probe activity or gamma probe?
Complete thread -- consider "ASD," arteriosclerotic disease, short for ASCVD.
Complete thread -- there's Cartia XT ? nm, I think spray is that person's signature line aka name:)
Complete thread -- here is link
Complete thread -- what is the exact context? You sure it is a spray? is there a dose?
Complete thread -- Apex?
Complete thread -- the file might be too large.
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Complete thread -- Parathyroid exploration: "He did not have any s/l 'neoprobe' activity during surgery
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Complete thread -- grating indicates crepitus --sm
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Complete thread -- Wow. I did look it up, but again, I most often hear this
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Complete thread -- s/l *grading* any suggestions? Thanks
Complete thread -- I put this instead...
Complete thread -- http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/sc-dc-1120-fda-darvon-web-20101119,0,652583
Complete thread -- maybe saying "try oral amoxicillin"?
Complete thread -- (not a ?) Darvon and Darvocet (propoxyphene) removed fr US market: HR rhythm abns:
Complete thread -- doesn't make any sense. compliance to prevent sequelae. but.?
Complete thread -- I was trying all but the real thing..............thank you!!
Complete thread -- google tissue planes
Complete thread -- extend down the forearm as migration of the fluid between tissue s/l planes.
Complete thread -- s/l ? lovamaxicillin 500 mg s/m
Complete thread -- I hear stellate in the ER when describing lacerations
Complete thread -- epinephrine, 0.5 mcg of *primacope* and AV pacing
Complete thread -- Construction worker or a mason at a job site in the course of their day
Complete thread -- s/l aztec stablizer - found little reference for ESTECH but not sure
Complete thread -- Diabetes non-compliance
Complete thread -- perhaps doc is meaning a stellate ganglion. I understand your confusion as stellate sm
Complete thread -- stellate: arranged like rays, radiating from a common center, a starlike or stellate
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Complete thread -- FiberWire is a suture. If given name like Zimmer, google.com + website sm
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Complete thread -- Don't know, but you need to fix your tenses. They all need to match. All
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Complete thread -- not your answer but I can't help but think of SHAMWOW!
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Complete thread -- sending with a flag but thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- oh, I JUST flagged. Thanks anyway. I'll look up your WAG for next time though.
Complete thread -- what she described as _______. She denied right lower
Complete thread -- atherogenic? wag
Complete thread -- see question inside (SM)
Complete thread -- not sure how you fall from rebar, since it is just a bar, but matches your s/l
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Complete thread -- rebar
Complete thread -- Great link; thank you!
Complete thread -- when he fell 20 feet from s/l ribar, ultimately requiring surgery
Complete thread -- That is wonderful; that you! It seems that this is the best resource.
Complete thread -- "PROBLEM LIST: 1. Coronary artery disease. 2. Dyslipidemia w ...
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Complete thread -- 1. reviews? 2. ??? 3. We assess (just guessing)
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Complete thread -- s/l *mono or *amount of deficits. Please see msg.
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Complete thread -- Thanks so much!! I thought there must be a word there, but I wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- Chest pain panel?
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Complete thread -- Mother is 90 years old with *A C G*, CHF, and high
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Complete thread -- TheGreatDictator.com Word Board
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Complete thread -- extremities - I hear 3+/5 strength but can't make it all out
Complete thread -- Lots of good information in archives :)
Complete thread -- neither. this is a highly debated issue also. but the short answer is s/m
Complete thread -- Pt with spastic myelopathy. s/l Ashburg score sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much. great help!
Complete thread -- HEENT has Pupils equal and reactive to light and accommodation.
Complete thread -- I hear bowel sounds x4...still trying to make out the extremities part
Complete thread -- s/l "irradiated level reduced" packed cells
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Complete thread -- In lungs section, I hear no crackles or wheezes.
Complete thread -- I feel your pain!
Complete thread -- second I hear auscultated and normal in there
Complete thread -- my problem actually as this the first time she dictated :(
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- first blank I hear - No thyromegaly. No lymphadenopathy.
Complete thread -- developing some gross hematuria? (can't get the second one)
Complete thread -- Is it Faber's test or Fabere's test?
Complete thread -- She obviously says the same thing everytime. Any samples available?
Complete thread -- should be there now.. thanks
Complete thread -- no mp3?
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Complete thread -- passerby: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
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Complete thread -- He fell, and had to be help by "passerbys, passer-bys, ? "
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Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks.
Complete thread -- senna, Pepcid, *chloroxadine* , Flexeril, Cymbalta, alprazolam every six hours.
Complete thread -- No, and I'd expand it out if your acct allows. coagulase-negative staphylococcus
Complete thread -- think he means atherogenic, even though he said s/l atherogenetic.
Complete thread -- Is "staph" capitalized? coagulase-negative staph
Complete thread -- med s/l azuret
Complete thread -- There is an approach for hip surgery called "Moore's Southern approach"
Complete thread -- He says 1865 joules, 84 pulses, for a time of *one 43* - how to write?
Complete thread -- Must be Fiberwire.
Complete thread -- can't really hear that but thanks
Complete thread -- posterior s/l southern approach
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Complete thread -- s/l fire wire
Complete thread -- That must be...
Complete thread -- Thank you Billybob - every1 else, sorry for having a brain fart! nm
Complete thread -- demyelinating?
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of normal "tunnels of the right epididymis?"
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Complete thread -- EMG Study
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Complete thread -- It tracks - like makes tracks. A tract is a tube.
Complete thread -- tracts or tracks, sm
Complete thread -- shocking -- your first spelling actually shows up SM
Complete thread -- ?tunica vaginalis
Complete thread -- Another tip: You could even google: airway and both versions/spellings. See what is
Complete thread -- did you try a dictionary?
Complete thread -- The airway was anesthesized with lidocaine or is it anesthetized? nm
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- Urology and spray shouldn't be seen together that way.
Complete thread -- Cinnamon has lots of healing properties and are a supplement.
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- Nevermind - Need to go on. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Google shows cinnamon capsules are an OTC supplement.
Complete thread -- Could be Sinemet but cinnamon is taken by diabetics too
Complete thread -- It's there, but it was really loud when I listened to it - watch your ears! Sorry!
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Complete thread -- Sinemet?
Complete thread -- am I missing something? MD clearly says patient takes
Complete thread -- wav not there yet. nm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Hibiclens.
Complete thread -- ENT surgery
Complete thread -- s/l ebba cleanse (wound care) not evercleanse
Complete thread -- OMG, I'm laughing so hard!
Complete thread -- Nevermind - duhhhhh. It's hypopharyngeal
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Complete thread -- Wow, didn't know it was a crime! SM
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- second one: qualaquin?
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Complete thread -- first one: colesevelam?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No I didn't. I did check MedLexicon first and not there, but
Complete thread -- help with med
Complete thread -- TY I just found it as well.
Complete thread -- Rybix I went to drugs.com and typed in *ODT
Complete thread -- Nimotop?
Complete thread -- the last one?
Complete thread -- posted mp3, please
Complete thread -- drug - s/l nematot
Complete thread -- Thanks! Makes sense. (you must have googled it with something else?
Complete thread -- s/l Ribex
Complete thread -- s/l...glad-o-vas-cu-lar-a-ture...sm
Complete thread -- dog breed names are capped
Complete thread -- trademark says Sepramesh, although logo gets a bit exotic, see link.
Complete thread -- see link...I 1st google ventral hernia mesh..then googled supramesh and got sepramesh, but
Complete thread -- ventral hernias with *supamesh* with primary closure
Complete thread -- "Oh, Cisco!"
Complete thread -- aye, Chihuahua.
Complete thread -- I note that OneLook MacMillan Dictionary (on the right-hand side of
Complete thread -- I googled EUD and found etiology undetermined
Complete thread -- ? the rent. I wouldn't put comma between bilaterally either.
Complete thread -- see link...yes per Mirriam Webster at OneLook whether dog or city
Complete thread -- whether it is name of the dog or the Mexican state, I believe so.
Complete thread -- your choice seems wise to me. No need to "tilt at windmills." I share your annoyance,
Complete thread -- Chihuahua is this capped?
Complete thread -- new pet peeve: itching instead of scratching.
Complete thread -- (I suspect I would have made the same flag decision as you did.)
Complete thread -- I left it blank
Complete thread -- (no personal knowledge.) Of your 2 suggestions, THE RECT seems the more likely, SM
Complete thread -- (you're welcome. Occ doc's "cadence"=stronger than his s/l's in revealing solutions to
Complete thread -- Okay, TY
Complete thread -- suggestion: In you post of what doc says, it is best to maintain the # of syllables he en
Complete thread -- Atrophic!! TY!
Complete thread -- Word help SM
Complete thread -- hmmm...something to do with "atrophied"?
Complete thread -- Word help SM
Complete thread -- maybe the patient had cocktail, [surgical] removal [of the osteosarcoma] and
Complete thread -- Disregard, I see it was reposted and answer was details
Complete thread -- For the record...think it was mucosal areas
Complete thread -- For the record..Impression s/b 3. Diverticula 4. Hemorrhoids. Don't know your s/l
Complete thread -- (wow! thanks for #5!! Kinda reminds me of the code "NOS," "not otherwise specified." SM
Complete thread -- sending on now, but if anyone has any idea or finds anything, would still be interested
Complete thread -- added MP3...
Complete thread -- Hypergammaglobulinemia EUD? In diagnosis -- need to expand the EUD?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- (good call, AP! :-)
Complete thread -- cefazolin?
Complete thread -- *sivazolin* leads to urticaria or hives ...
Complete thread -- I too at first heard *presumed* as you can see from above post.. but then after slowing
Complete thread -- I can only say WOW! Y'all both have golden ears! SM
Complete thread -- BIG thanks :)
Complete thread -- ignore above.. on this for his intermittent atrial
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Complete thread -- for his intermittent atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- not sure... guessing only *for presumed*?
Complete thread -- oh, yeah. I didn't think of that possibility. Hmmm.....
Complete thread -- posted mp3
Complete thread -- can you give a S/L or post mp3 (can't hear wavs)
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- Never mind (I'm too tired); he said IVs, so 2.
Complete thread -- Not sure if doc is saying "2" as in Plan #2 or "2 large-bore peripheral IVs for /sm
Complete thread -- believe it should be Allis' for the plural, yet possessive usage here
Complete thread -- it could, but OP might be trying to delete a mis-sent file.
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! I get it now. Can't the deleting mechanism be taught to accept a "delete" SM
Complete thread -- the OP is not supposed to "responsibly" delete their files SM
Complete thread -- (that's a VERY good suggestion! That way it could be implemented by the helper able 2 hear
Complete thread -- I second that wish list...hope BB can create a script that can do it. rename a wav to .mp3
Complete thread -- (that confirms that it is a restriction imposed by your employer's platform, I think.)
Complete thread -- (yes, I believe your employer's security restrictions are preventing you. SM
Complete thread -- In fact, it is not just that I can't play it.. I can't download and save it either.
Complete thread -- that's the same file as posted above, but just renamed with an mp3 extension.
Complete thread -- and can't hear the .wav
Complete thread -- WOW! I can now hear the "queasiness" wav on mp3! Bb, can you do that for all WBers?
Complete thread -- I am thinking it is just security that is preventing me from listening .wavs, do you have
Complete thread -- yes, I can
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Complete thread -- try an experiment? can you hear the mp3 now?
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Complete thread -- Hi Mgt :-) glad to know that you fixed your sound card issue. Mine is a different issue -
Complete thread -- (I'm hearing wavs again, now. Not that I can give tech help, but I'd love it if you could,
Complete thread -- didn't notice you had posted .wav. (can't listen to wavs) this was based on your s/l
Complete thread -- queasiness? causing nausea; sickening
Complete thread -- queasiness
Complete thread -- Why would you think of changing to a comma, OP? That would make it a run-on sentence.
Complete thread -- associated with s/l kweeziness ...
Complete thread -- Endo Shears, see link to trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- Is it Endoshear, Endo Shear, or EndoShear?
Complete thread -- chemotherapeutic cocktails? Not sure that *removal* works with
Complete thread -- cocktail removal?
Complete thread -- I would use a period.
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Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: s/l Intertiseption. No meds so I have no clue.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: s/l Intertiseption. No meds so I have no clue.
Complete thread -- (and thank you, Jackie, for confirming!!:-)
Complete thread -- (I have observed that Tagalog-FL speakers occ confuse gender of personal pronouns in Engli
Complete thread -- which is correct? zero whole person impairment or 0 whole person impairment
Complete thread -- it seems illogical that a "he" patient would have a "her" neck. Doc Filipino/a?
Complete thread -- I feel rather sure Philips = imaging machine. I cannot docu & link "IC, or "eye see" to it
Complete thread -- Heberden's nodules?
Complete thread -- Oops, ignore CTPE. CTPA apparently was correct after all. "A"= "angiography."
Complete thread -- (typo) CTPE? Role of Computed Tomography, MRI, for DVT and PE.....
Complete thread -- did you mean CTPA protocol? (Google asks....)
Complete thread -- Arista™AH begins clotting on contact, achieving complete hemostasis, often within minutes.
Complete thread -- Some type of nodule in the DIP joint
Complete thread -- I infer your acronym stands for something meaning nasal (inspiratory) pressure device. SM
Complete thread -- I just saw where you had mentioned debrided. Yes, does make sense. :)
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Complete thread -- cytomite = CytoLyt (for achives-easier to find in subject line)
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Complete thread -- yes, called office and he pronounced wrong. You are correct. TY
Complete thread -- Thank you. Will mark for QA.
Complete thread -- dunno about the "eye si/IC," but try Philip's
Complete thread -- She is compliant with her oxygen but is not wearing any form of *NID* at night.
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Complete thread -- We began the dissection by finding Cooper ligament medially and s/l "breed" this off
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Complete thread -- A suggestion. Check with your employer and ask about this. As yet, have not seen
Complete thread -- (I'm very sorry. They ARE "clamps," not "forceps." Best="Allises" 2nd best="Allis clamps."
Complete thread -- more current WAV instructions here...
Complete thread -- No, that was way before the board set-up here now.
Complete thread -- Nevermind...Nigricans.
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Complete thread -- Is this an acceptable way to number...
Complete thread -- nope, meant forceps not clamps
Complete thread -- thanks very much (didn't know if I should put "clamps" in there).
Complete thread -- ..until the "inflow" was clear? Something like that.
Complete thread -- as you have it. Standard Eng rule for making a noun ending in "s" plural.
Complete thread -- They copiously irrigated the site until....something... clear.
Complete thread -- Thank you, I hear that now. I wanted to yell at those people
Complete thread -- ?effluent (hard to hear)
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Complete thread -- Oh thanks! This doc sounds like Elmer Fudd and can be tricky.
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Complete thread -- Well, found 2005 instructions. Is it still correct? I've never done it myself. sm
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Complete thread -- LOL: I did figure it out fast. I just need to figure out how to upload one.
Complete thread -- Oh, I missed that. I just tried to help her.nm
Complete thread -- you listen by clicking on "send/listen to WAV files" up above
Complete thread -- (you sure figured out the "listening" part fast! :-)
Complete thread -- way to go, newbie!
Complete thread -- That's what I hear: Details
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Complete thread -- How on earth can one upload and listen to wav files on this site?
Complete thread -- rule out ERYSTAT is a macrolide antibiotic and inhibits bacterial protein synthesis by bin
Complete thread -- OP report. "I then used "ari-stat" for hemostasis."
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Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania Dr. Vivian s/l skim (skin, scam, scan). That's the best I have.
Complete thread -- sounds like "disease" to me. nm
Complete thread -- if allowed to edit (see msg)
Complete thread -- that still doesnt answer my question of if it is in the ?/?/?? form....
Complete thread -- However in some areas, mucosal _____ could not be carefully examined
Complete thread -- presbycusis
Complete thread -- see link with above post-near the bottom
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Complete thread -- When a date doesn't end a sentence, then use a comma after the year, too
Complete thread -- help with medication s/l wen wag pt has squamous cell carcinoma of the cheek
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Complete thread -- masseter
Complete thread -- However in some areas, mucosal *littles* could not be carefully examined
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help.
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Complete thread -- Hey everyone, help with punctuation clarification please!
Complete thread -- I think it might be "unit activities"
Complete thread -- (or is ox-tipping a new rhytid on cow-tipping? LOL!:-)
Complete thread -- (I believe sense or meaning = peritoneal end of VP shunt tubing. is "ox-tipping"="shunt
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Complete thread -- s/l ometic for hypertension
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Complete thread -- and was unable to find one, so _____. Before attempting
Complete thread -- She got better and began to participate in *janet* activities
Complete thread -- both of which I can hear too
Complete thread -- maybe abdominal tubing?
Complete thread -- postop was it!!!! thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I hear "and her suicidal ideas disappeared"
Complete thread -- can you hear empirically?
Complete thread -- good thought, but definitely ends in "ing" thanks though
Complete thread -- disappear? just appear? I hear disappear, but think just appear.
Complete thread -- That's exactly what I decided. I just sent it as dictated.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you so much and it is so clear now.
Complete thread -- ostomy?
Complete thread -- sleep difficulties, lack of energy and suicidal ideas _____. There is no evidence of
Complete thread -- actually, I would not change it at all.
Complete thread -- s/l ox-zipping pls sm for context
Complete thread -- arghh..if you're interested
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Complete thread -- here is a cool list of ortho signs if your interested
Complete thread -- drive-through sign.
Complete thread -- Did your wav post? (I am hearing previous post)
Complete thread -- patient still had a ____ sign to the lateral compartment
Complete thread -- There is a lateral buttress plate with multiple "lag screw and cortical screw
Complete thread -- doesn't quite sound like that
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Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe an odd way of saying unconfirmed?
Complete thread -- Not 0.75% of one; type instead 75% of one.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much--learn something new every day.
Complete thread -- hmmm...always wonder how that double post happened. Note to self,
Complete thread -- Ampules???
Complete thread -- carpule. Yes, dentists use carpules, docs use ampules! LOL!
Complete thread -- (cannot docu Cohen; possibly using "choley" to stand for "biliary"? Retained choley T-tube
Complete thread -- agree...and I sure would hate to do a report of Dr. *Uh*
Complete thread -- Feel I know this somewhere in the back of my brain but...
Complete thread -- s/l unofficial intestinal cancer
Complete thread -- here is a link if you would like to check it out, forgot to post
Complete thread -- here is a link if you would like to check it out, forgot to post
Complete thread -- was now matching with???
Complete thread -- thanks to both.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but go with poi's spelling.
Complete thread -- gutter?
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Complete thread -- correct, I assume. Sounds like "congenital fusion of L5-S1," embryological failure of se
Complete thread -- sent on to QA
Complete thread -- through the tunnel was _____ with further reefing of the tibial tunnel
Complete thread -- or matching
Complete thread -- segmentalize
Complete thread -- Agree! That's Gotta be it!!! Good work, wag!
Complete thread -- MRI of lumbar spine and pelvis demonstrates failure to s/l segmentize?
Complete thread -- ty both
Complete thread -- could it be maturing....
Complete thread -- which joint is being 'scoped?
Complete thread -- that's a good one!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- still had a *drutter* sign to the lateral compartment
Complete thread -- postop?
Complete thread -- "matcher" might be "matured"
Complete thread -- oops, sorry Margaret, didn't see you had already suggested that.
Complete thread -- tunnel was then *matcher chain* with further reefing of the tibial
Complete thread -- Adequate contraception
Complete thread -- homogeneous?
Complete thread -- Ra clinic note
Complete thread -- doc plays Wall Street? like buying stock on spec? Betting rx will help sx? stock go up?
Complete thread -- fibrotic?
Complete thread -- ouch, not that hard :)
Complete thread -- homogenous?
Complete thread -- really s/l homestop??? not chronic
Complete thread -- could it be hemoptysis???? but 'changes' doesn't seem to fit
Complete thread -- WAG-chronic changes in the right lung
Complete thread -- Bop! :)
Complete thread -- OMG he says "What was thought to be." Someone bop me :)
Complete thread -- chest x-ray showed ( s/l homestop???) changes on the right lung with significant
Complete thread -- Von Hippel-Lindau syndrome
Complete thread -- sorry fot the caps-was a paste
Complete thread -- VON HIPPEL-LINDAU SYNDROME is an inherited multi-system disorder characterized by abnormal
Complete thread -- Nevermind found it
Complete thread -- Von Hipalindo syndrome ?????
Complete thread -- cinnamon caps
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Complete thread -- drug help please
Complete thread -- is this some kind of imaging? low density?
Complete thread -- "isocity" might be "interstitial"??
Complete thread -- thanks1
Complete thread -- hey, sounds like low-isocity nodular lung disease, any idea? tia
Complete thread -- If you hear it clearly, go with it. Usually say "sustained" release, but I think meaning
Complete thread -- doesn't make any sense to me
Complete thread -- patient has COPD. Uses "simplomax" inhaler. Dr. spelled but cannot verify.
Complete thread -- treat her on spec - is this right?
Complete thread -- name of lab in california. wav sent.
Complete thread -- he says like axisees so proabbly accesses
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- *steady* release Dilaudid
Complete thread -- Retained s/l Cohen T-tube? Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would drop the *a* before fluoroscopy...fluoroscopy was performed
Complete thread -- Oh, wait, just occurred to me another possibility is accesses, as in
Complete thread -- plural form of axis is axes. how to find for next time? google.com + plural axis
Complete thread -- Sounds like doc is saying the plural of axis (which is axes, isn't it?).
Complete thread -- *thinning* of the kidney stone ... fragments were *traced at the* lower pole area
Complete thread -- Totally comprehensive and helpful answer. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Under fluoroscopy, the stone was placed at the F2 focal point and seen in two diff
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help.
Complete thread -- could the lymphocytomegaly be "lymphadenopathy"?
Complete thread -- uniformly?
Complete thread -- thank you!
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Complete thread -- 104, AST 50, and *I N E*of 16
Complete thread -- Per Gregg Reference Manual, do not hyphenate an adverb-participle (sm)
Complete thread -- Diffusing capacity is 63% predicted, though the *crape-o-shoe* normals tend to
Complete thread -- at the bases, both sides? (doesn't match the s/l but it makes sense)
Complete thread -- efavirenz?
Complete thread -- maybe hepatosplenomegaly?
Complete thread -- Attitude is everything, LOL.
Complete thread -- I think I finally got it. He's saying "critical illness polyneuropathy."
Complete thread -- for those who will say "google it" i say... um... no, i don't want to :)
Complete thread -- Goes "word." - the period before the quotation mark
Complete thread -- periods go inside
Complete thread -- s/l pee-o-a-rind
Complete thread -- s/l lymphocytomegaly..... *and in formally*
Complete thread -- numbness of the hands "all the time." or "all the time". Where does the period go?
Complete thread -- omeprazole, lisinopril, Ambien, ______, Combivir, magnesium oxide
Complete thread -- excuse my ignorance, but what's an angel-tree?
Complete thread -- motion artifact makes sense too...could have just been stumbling.
Complete thread -- lol...still misread your question. I still think *and*, not *in*
Complete thread -- ESL - New patient consultation.
Complete thread -- Thought I asked this here, but guess not. Does this board have an angel-tree
Complete thread -- ty, poi
Complete thread -- Why is there no hyphen needed for poorly-differentiated carcinoma?
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if that's in it or not, now think might be "something" body motion artifact
Complete thread -- oh, I thought "external rotation, internal and abduction." Would use *and*
Complete thread -- s/l wintateg or quintateg. thank you!
Complete thread -- pt. with sickle trait is on s/l
Complete thread -- LOL - no, I mean the word elbow - she is to do elbow exercise, which I have reviewed with
Complete thread -- significantly degraded?
Complete thread -- CTA of the chest was performed. Study was significant for "graded by" motion
Complete thread -- no, wondering if the word in or the word and fits here
Complete thread -- internal (rotation)?
Complete thread -- You are welcome
Complete thread -- little word on shoulder exam
Complete thread -- I still hear...
Complete thread -- I think it is ageotropic
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- vertigo, ang and aeng studies- she has "ag trophic" directional nystagmus
Complete thread -- LYMPH (heading): No adenopathy.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- soudns like: Lymph no adenopathy
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- anything here work?
Complete thread -- thanks for the link! most helpful.
Complete thread -- Not sure...
Complete thread -- the hub maybe? if that is how he sees it?
Complete thread -- Sensipar®,
Complete thread -- Med name S/L
Complete thread -- Rebif and s/l ampera ...
Complete thread -- The *thick* portion of the needle was already sticking
Complete thread -- Okay
Complete thread -- I'd think velcro is right. Something strapped with Velcro that she is to open/close
Complete thread -- Does any of this match...
Complete thread -- Banning does not get you an error msg from MS though. haha
Complete thread -- Arm
Complete thread -- No problem here! Maybe you were banned. Haha. That, what you said, happens to me sometimes
Complete thread -- elbow?
Complete thread -- elbow exercises, PT
Complete thread -- adhesiogenEsis
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will listen for that.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- right thumb exam: pinch s/l licycles are 5+ with minimal pain.
Complete thread -- (full-sized computer? your Internet provider?)
Complete thread -- Seems to be okay at the moment?
Complete thread -- it's a little slow for me but no error messages.
Complete thread -- since birth control (coil) would test 1st for a pregnancy, “s/l promesa may be sm
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing bortezomib (or Velcade), but thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- virologic
Complete thread -- biliary stasis?
Complete thread -- Curacel® is a sterile, absorbable hemostat, type Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose (ORC) ...
Complete thread -- Is there something wrong with the board? I tried to get
Complete thread -- bortezomib
Complete thread -- treated with interferon and ribavirin without a sustained ____________ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did want that in the archives. There is more than Magic Mouthwash!
Complete thread -- He has received 3 cycles of fludarabine, Novantrone and
Complete thread -- Restasis *lul B*
Complete thread -- that could be. thank you.
Complete thread -- he is sure going out of his way to say they want to try to stop future development of
Complete thread -- Maybe
Complete thread -- s/l cure a cell
Complete thread -- pregnancy?
Complete thread -- pregnancy?
Complete thread -- s/l prophylax adhesiogenisis
Complete thread -- "chuckle" this is a "rare one" for your dictator pool;glad you got IT.
Complete thread -- desensitization??
Complete thread -- urine test word help - sm
Complete thread -- They sure DO dictate like that. If employer not object, I would give it like dictated.nm
Complete thread -- intraparenchymal hemostasis and *biliostasis* was obtained by clipping
Complete thread -- S/L Word for ROM of hand
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- right thumb exam: pinch s/l licycles are 5+ with minimal pain.
Complete thread -- I can't be certain. Slow it wayyy down and relisten, you prob. will get it
Complete thread -- Maybe I hear stuttering and then he is saying "scarring"??
Complete thread -- Could be it. Location of cancer? stomach/esophagus? Mentioned your drugs given SM
Complete thread -- This doc is great. He spells everything you might question and speaks clearly.
Complete thread -- w/out more info hard/need clues? Likely Biosphere is company name, they sm
Complete thread -- some scattered _____; otherwise unchanged
Complete thread -- I looked it up differently and found this. It is a trial. MAGIC trial
Complete thread -- found this (but not familiar)magic bullet paradigm (cancer) sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- MAGIC paradigm? Anyone heard of it? He spelled and gave formatting.
Complete thread -- dexamethasone
Complete thread -- sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- sharing rheumatology lab list. RPO m/be MPO ?= Myeloperoxidase Antibody
Complete thread -- s/l ? biosphere ? s/m Does it sound right?
Complete thread -- I got it was thick
Complete thread -- s/l dexo mes al phosphate 40 mg per ml injected
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- s/l ? flip dressing? s/m
Complete thread -- why not "is getting IV's advanced on home therapy"
Complete thread -- Invanz
Complete thread -- ? Invanz
Complete thread -- just curious.. if I use WBC then I should drop of the word "count" correct?
Complete thread -- don't see any insult there; we offer help w/explanations at time as to how to "fish"
Complete thread -- EPO. Formal name: Erythropoietin sm
Complete thread -- ? Zymaxid
Complete thread -- s/l ? Invance? s/m
Complete thread -- No insult inteded. Just saying, that is one of the things a dictionary is good for -
Complete thread -- I use WBC - white blood count. Some facilities want wbc when referring to sm
Complete thread -- Absolutely! I hear it now. Think I was making it harder than I should have. Thanks!
Complete thread -- developmental?
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- likely regional agency or some term used for your facility account
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- found it, Evoxac
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav. Thanks!
Complete thread -- drug for dry mouth
Complete thread -- THX 4 THE HELP; COULD'VE DONE WITHOUT THE INSULT.
Complete thread -- Could it be Dakin's?
Complete thread -- ? vacuums (as in VAC wound care) nm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- One Look box.
Complete thread -- If you put the 2nd spelling into 1 look box above you get
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Flagging. Cannot find.
Complete thread -- wet to moist
Complete thread -- Which is preferred? No guarantees/guaranties with the procedure.
Complete thread -- KCI
Complete thread -- Santyl
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- We will start *bacons* there on a daily basis
Complete thread -- s/l *santo* and Silvadene
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- we applied normal saline (__) moist with some lidocaine
Complete thread -- s/l T C I as well as home care...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks all.!
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks all.!
Complete thread -- If it is a skin issue, I would definitely agree with callosity.
Complete thread -- The patient presents for followup of his left medial heal ulceration.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Try Venofer
Complete thread -- The patient will have Aranesp, Hectorol, and s/l * Zenifer* at dialysis...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- might be callosity
Complete thread -- Need more info, type of procedure, what patient is being seen for.....nm
Complete thread -- Personally, I prefer not to use slang terms and would change it to "he had a....sm
Complete thread -- There was a small *calla site eeeeees*
Complete thread -- Patient with Guillain-Barre syndrome. He was hospitalized
Complete thread -- s/l RPO and EPO
Complete thread -- is WBC count or wbc count correct?
Complete thread -- Sent to QA. Thanks.
Complete thread -- plethora - flushed face
Complete thread -- Audiometry?
Complete thread -- Please give more info, like PMH and what PT is being seen for.
Complete thread -- s/l *by-o-see* She is not saying biopsy. sm
Complete thread -- it was: Denver splint.
Complete thread -- s/l o-nee-ometry. Because of concern about dizzy spells, will do baseline oniometry.
Complete thread -- s/l ember-sillent or ambercilant or maybe something-sealant?
Complete thread -- Sending on now...thanks
Complete thread -- wav sent
Complete thread -- mastopexy and "LCIT" flap -- thanks for the help
Complete thread -- Skin: Clear. There is a question of mild s/l sultera on her cheeks and a slight roun
Complete thread -- I hear "right, ipsilateral sacroiliac with straight leg raising signs as well"
Complete thread -- it that the correct wav file? It doesn't seem to match.
Complete thread -- He also has marked tenderness of the lumbosacral area in the right. ___ straig
Complete thread -- actually I hear *are mostly associated*
Complete thread -- have thus far occurred 3X and have been associated with the ingestion of fatty foods
Complete thread -- Would make it a list: She is on fish oil, lisinopril, pindolol, simethicone, simvastatin
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- simethicone??
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- due for explantation
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't figure out that second blank. I'm sure it means to remove or replace
Complete thread -- Implanon BC (birth control) placed in May 2008
Complete thread -- that had started in August have thus far....associated
Complete thread -- She has had ______________Placed in May 2008 and is due for __________ ...
Complete thread -- think PV must be PC FOR postcoital bleeding to make sense; no idea on s/l tho'
Complete thread -- Since being discharged, she reports no abdominal pain or discomfort, s ...
Complete thread -- would probably be s/l mons AND had on...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- s/l cytogel
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- more google hits
Complete thread -- I put the dictionary information in the post. You kept on and on about what
Complete thread -- telling someone to USE a dictionary is rude. It isn't showing
Complete thread -- n/m i think he said period. sorry
Complete thread -- Pt had problems with PV bleeding. Required s/l green-blot protocol with Ovral
Complete thread -- Vice: a bad habit or personal quality, extremely bad and immoral behavior, crimes relating
Complete thread -- pls help with name of med see mess.
Complete thread -- Then if they're using a Black and Decker "Vice-Grip tool" they can spell it so.
Complete thread -- Chiapas is a state of Mexco, unless you have more context.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't understand you either, so we're even. I'm sorry that trying to show something
Complete thread -- Home Depot has Black and Decker Vice-Grip tools, but there are also Irwin Vise tools.
Complete thread -- Thanks Billybob. I'm not from the UK so vise it is!
Complete thread -- I did use a dictionary, probably the same one you did. Vise-like it is.
Complete thread -- He's saying Matsui clear as a bell, but I can't document it. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- s/l Chilapix
Complete thread -- I see a Swann-Morton surgical blade in Stedman's, but nothing like Swan-matsui?
Complete thread -- ENT: Tissue taken down using the curved "Swan-Matsui." One weak hit in the archives.
Complete thread -- My common sense, is where that particular statement came from.
Complete thread -- vice squad n. A police division charged with enforcement of laws dealing with various form
Complete thread -- Merriam-Webster second definition: chiefly British variant of VISE.
Complete thread -- found metanx prescription vitamin sm
Complete thread -- USE a dictionary!!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- where is that statement from?
Complete thread -- more google hits
Complete thread -- Vise is the normal U.S. spelling for a metal clamping tool.
Complete thread -- well, most of the time vice is thought of as evil, degrading, or immoral practice or habit
Complete thread -- not Miami...The dictionary shows either
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- viSe, though. unless it's Miami ViCe?
Complete thread -- vice-like
Complete thread -- He now has continued parascapular pain and left-sided cervical paraspi ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- he might be sent to
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Complete thread -- If he continues to have pain despite all of our treatment, he might ne ...
Complete thread -- treading
Complete thread -- He will also start going to the gym on a regular basis and possibly co ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agrees
Complete thread -- drags
Complete thread -- moves
Complete thread -- His wife states that he ___________his legs at times. ...
Complete thread -- got a Q-tip?
Complete thread -- Patient with prostate cancer and hypertension. Last name on med list is "metanic.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Typo on "order" but I shouldn't have posted. Can't hold on to it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- is legally set at 10 degrees.
Complete thread -- Scoliosis really has __________a such that 10 degrees and her curve is ...
Complete thread -- Most likely we will need to obtain "co" or "code" commitment with orter to treat with
Complete thread -- s/l "somacsid" -meds for cornea
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- also hear ABGs (arterial blood gases) sm
Complete thread -- bet it IS blood gases (pt on ventilator, hear that) nm
Complete thread -- Thanks the three of you. Just found it on my own! yippeeskippee /nm
Complete thread -- s/l cowlick is likely chyle leak (milkly lymph node stuff) sm
Complete thread -- Chyle leak following neck dissection | enthelp.comChyle is a milky fluid consisting of lym
Complete thread -- chyle leak
Complete thread -- Post thyroidectomy with neck dissection..... Please see msg.
Complete thread -- 400=mL of T.V. Does the word "volume" preceed 400? if so, no comma after AC.
Complete thread -- (thanks for the correct spelling! I was sure I'd get it wrong if I even tried!! :-)
Complete thread -- (thank you for confirming :-)
Complete thread -- 400AC, rate of 12, (FiO2) 100% with..(Add comma&space after 12, and preceed 00% with 1
Complete thread -- Thanks - I can hear the "b" part pretty clearly. Sounds just like 'best' or 'bast"
Complete thread -- after trauma? or perhap microfracture of the plateau? (tibial plateau)
Complete thread -- I think you are right. He stumbled with FU. thanks
Complete thread -- test?
Complete thread -- blood gas(es)
Complete thread -- Thank you for the try.
Complete thread -- Oh fudge, NM. I had my Google set wrong! sorry
Complete thread -- was placed on assist control, 400 AC rate of 1200% with his blood ______ (s/l best?
Complete thread -- resultant from trauma??? resulting from trauma?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- where are you finding that?
Complete thread -- Pt had arthroscopic knee surg for microfracture (s/l) *ulta* trauma from his job.sm
Complete thread -- Yes, it was One Touch (heavy ESL). Thanks to those who
Complete thread -- Oh good grief. and yep, all this and he/she hasn't bothered one iota to come back apparent
Complete thread -- no, pretty clear, sounds like c-calm or c-caw. I've looked & looked, thanks (flag)
Complete thread -- thank you...can never trust a doc to pronounce something with the right letters! LOL!
Complete thread -- I find CLAG-M for that combo but wonder if saying ECOG?
Complete thread -- usually there are 3 numbers in this segment of the report, they
Complete thread -- perhaps stutter... started to say FVC but decided to expand it?
Complete thread -- duct of Luschka
Complete thread -- S/L FU forced vital sm
Complete thread -- Callooh! Callay! [She] chortled in [her] joy.
Complete thread -- s/l ductal pollushka leak
Complete thread -- but are you an ESL MT? different strokes (different "standards"?), different folks.
Complete thread -- chemo regimen, s/l "see-caw" (cytarabine, cladribine, and mitoxantrone) - sm
Complete thread -- are you asking us which was dictated??? we need to hear it then?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- glucose?
Complete thread -- is there someone named Wanda? lol Wanda's protocol? sorry, I should have
Complete thread -- Another WAG... endocrinologist's protocol? (what was prescribed by endo doc)
Complete thread -- Wow. I'd get my ears cleaned out if I thought wandis = One Touch, just
Complete thread -- except there are several types of glucose meters, Accu-Check used to be the standard
Complete thread -- Callooh! Callay! [She] chortled in joy [her] joy.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is that NICU's protocol for when regular One Touches are to be obtained.
Complete thread -- Could it be name of the facility? their protocol? NICU protocol? some guesses
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- you need One Touch protocol here, I imagine. One Touch is one brand of glucose monitoring
Complete thread -- Passthru, a few days back posted "it has to do with lakhs and crores." Passthru's link
Complete thread -- doubt, sentence indicates the protocol is for the glycemia
Complete thread -- hypo or hyperglycemia? if hyper then could be Lantus protocol maybe
Complete thread -- does baby also have jaundice? jaundice protocol ?
Complete thread -- (here is a "quick-and-dirty" explanation)
Complete thread -- Newborn with hypoglycemia, started on "wandis" protocol.
Complete thread -- name suggests his/her first language was Hindi (or Urdu.) I will return w/ explanation SM
Complete thread -- welcome? :-)
Complete thread -- Couldn't hear but thanks for guess. Sent with blank.
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks for the help. I think we are correct and he is wrong. :0)
Complete thread -- doctors are funny, why can't they said "we thought she was lying"! LOL
Complete thread -- ok, yes, that must be it. Thanks for the new word!
Complete thread -- WAG... "tobra" (tobramycin)?
Complete thread -- that is what I was thinking but he is definitely saying PCVS or PCBS (maybe misspeaking)
Complete thread -- firm _____ mass? can you post voice file or get a better s/l?
Complete thread -- oh! new one for me - thanks I will check that out.
Complete thread -- could be posit --sm
Complete thread -- Continue the "orbra" and the amoxicillin started in the clinic today.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I like that, but sure s/l pause it, he must mean "to give it pause"
Complete thread -- PCOS-Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Complete thread -- postulate?
Complete thread -- s/l "pause it" plse sm
Complete thread -- Bulging of upper eyelid. Palpation confirmed a *firmate* mass......
Complete thread -- Is on thyroid medication and progesterone for *PCVS*.
Complete thread -- Chikkappa is the last name.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I was going to say Tisseel too before reading your note.
Complete thread -- placed *ten seal* on this scarred area.
Complete thread -- True, Stedman's shows it. Done this job a long time and have never seen it used, but
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- I would love it. SM
Complete thread -- my understanding = follows mcg rule for weight: mcL for 1,000th of a mL if one is prohibi
Complete thread -- Thanks -- I'll check that out but wondering if uncommon and thus not
Complete thread -- I can't tell his language and not sure if his last name would give you
Complete thread -- I have 2 boys and I've BTDT.
Complete thread -- arachives says Stedman's has mcL
Complete thread -- Some printers are not set up to do symbols such as used for micro-, so I'd verify you CAN
Complete thread -- Thanks! We can't use odd symbols in our reports (won't upload correctly) so I'll just
Complete thread -- yes. ESL. regarding thousands of plts, 126 hundred of them is 126,000. SM
Complete thread -- ******** • µ ....it cut and pasted this from google as an experiment
Complete thread -- micro is that funny-looking 'u' symbol that is difficult to get to reproduce. so that
Complete thread -- "normal range for a platelet count is 150000-450000 platelets per microliter of blood."
Complete thread -- funny "She presents with worseness of her boys over several months"
Complete thread -- Platelet count has come down to... Please
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. jgb
Complete thread -- intact PTH
Complete thread -- S/L Intex PTH. sm
Complete thread -- bilirubin
Complete thread -- I'll go back and review 5th grade grammar. :-)
Complete thread -- cbc is largely normal ___ is slightly up
Complete thread -- thank you, I was trying to figure out how to explain why it is "are"
Complete thread -- Oh I guess you're right. I'm sorry. Thanks.
Complete thread -- "of utmost concern to him" is a phrase, find your true subject and flip it
Complete thread -- Maybe that are the things like knitting hooks, but they're called forks? Might
Complete thread -- Yeah but wouldn't it be concern is, concerns are ?
Complete thread -- "are" the intermittent episodes
Complete thread -- Of utmost concern to him "is" the intermittent episodes of slowed speech. Grammar
Complete thread -- Yes because U R using it as a compound modifier, modifying the
Complete thread -- do you hold forks when you do that?
Complete thread -- That's it...thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Those dictators should be " shot or something"
Complete thread -- pre/peri? arytenoid
Complete thread -- I knew I had heard that word before! Thanks. This was a duh moment.
Complete thread -- check latch work, seems to be similar to crocheting, etc.
Complete thread -- pterygoid plates, ethmoid sinuses? Just guesses.
Complete thread -- Navelbine?
Complete thread -- vocal cord, postcricoid region and ________. (s/l par-et-tinoid)
Complete thread -- wav file, sent. Sounds like novafein. I found a couple close but the usage would
Complete thread -- There are several different types of core biopsy containers
Complete thread -- Will flag. Moving on now.
Complete thread -- Hmm...I just can't be sure but sounds like a good guess. Will flag and suggest. Thanks!
Complete thread -- lunch??
Complete thread -- My error: not new, but all 3 have newly-updated prescribing guidelines required by FDA
Complete thread -- agree, but newly added to the drugs list at aidsmeds website.
Complete thread -- He drops forks when he is doing *latch* work and also drops the glasses...
Complete thread -- Oops, my mistake reading s/l
Complete thread -- Viramune and Viracept have been out for a while now. not new!
Complete thread -- he gets, uh, cross-legged is my guess. (doc's legged is 2 syllables
Complete thread -- His legs buckle and he gets *ah-gross-tid.* He has chronic neck and back pain.
Complete thread -- anyone know what he may mean that tissue was put in and sent for bx? some fluid it s/l
Complete thread -- Scratch the above. Not even a whiff of a lead on Google.
Complete thread -- wondering "cushion," similar to "mattress stitch" Way Wag
Complete thread -- Rescriptor, Viramune, and Viracept are also newly-added AIDS meds on
Complete thread -- I found CytoMate(TM) Cell Processor,? but
Complete thread -- should this be hyphenated? sternal notch-to-nipple distance? see mess and ty
Complete thread -- s/l cyto-might
Complete thread -- (archives) Egrifta (generic tesamorelin) FDA-approved 11/11/10 for AIDS lipodystrophy
Complete thread -- believe arterial lines are normally in the subclavian?
Complete thread -- there is a cushing suture according to Stedman's, but I do not know
Complete thread -- I think that is Canadian value.
Complete thread -- something's not right
Complete thread -- breast biopsy (sm)
Complete thread -- 3-0 silk suture in a *cushing* format
Complete thread -- Radial A-line was placed in the *sub carry an*
Complete thread -- Yes thats it - thanks
Complete thread -- hemoglobin of 111??????????
Complete thread -- sepsis and shock?
Complete thread -- normocytic anemia
Complete thread -- no, thanks though
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l enormous-adict-anemia
Complete thread -- Thanks. You are awesome !!! This is a 20 minute OP report with terms
Complete thread -- Total WAG, but often hear *paroxsymal* AFib.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that's it. Thanks SO much!
Complete thread -- aldolase?
Complete thread -- Workup for myopathy & dystonia. Get sed rate, CPK, *ah-gah-lase,* serum copper...
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- found it, Varian iX machine
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- icterus
Complete thread -- Pneumonia with sepsis and *sharp* AFib with
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "scleral ectris" is this right?
Complete thread -- totally guessing, something with a Gore graft?
Complete thread -- s/l O'-ba-gazer
Complete thread -- s/l ovarian IX machine. sm for more
Complete thread -- Well, Thank you both, was just havin fun :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I second that!!!
Complete thread -- Boy, you're good ;)
Complete thread -- I figured his code out (M)etatarsal (W)ith (S)urgical X-changes.
Complete thread -- another wag suggestion: the "which she" might contain an error also SM
Complete thread -- (I LIKE the idea of airplane letter terminology to specify templates, poi! What good sense
Complete thread -- obviously pointer/picture/poi error. sorry for misleading
Complete thread -- my docs dictate them in airplane talk alpha, bravo, etc. lol
Complete thread -- You have the COMMON iliac artery and that artery DIVIDES into the
Complete thread -- hmmm....art error? Common iliac branches ("Y's") into int & ext. Umb art arises from
Complete thread -- Having said that, I agree with Margaret. I would flag it.
Complete thread -- (I'm getting this way because I've spent too much time already trying
Complete thread -- Well, I see poi's response. I'm just not certain. I'll flag and let doc fix. Thanks
Complete thread -- I learned something too...ALWAYS check for standards first! ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks... She then goes on to say this, which makes me think it
Complete thread -- according to my *pictures* area first off abdominal aorta is common iliac, next it becomes
Complete thread -- (thanks, y'all, for teaching me something!:-)
Complete thread -- type as dicated (your first), they are three different areas
Complete thread -- I would flag. My BET is doc meant to say "common, external, and internal iliac arteries"
Complete thread -- now that makes sense, he has coded his templates, that is common in radiology.
Complete thread -- You know, I just called up the standard templates, I think he's requesting one of those.
Complete thread -- Wait, I take that back. SIGH. Help, anyone?
Complete thread -- (can you determine if it is the type of film doc ordered? or radiologist's diagnosis?
Complete thread -- Or maybe it is correct and I should type as....
Complete thread -- Don't think so but I'll listen again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- is that clearly stated?...was thinking within normal limits?
Complete thread -- "add" should be "at," "nolan" should be "normal," and "plequin" = within.
Complete thread -- Anyone in Radiology? X-ray report: "*MWSX*, right foot"
Complete thread -- The bilateral *common, external, and iliac* arteries are widely patent....
Complete thread -- Google your s/l.
Complete thread -- wag: "passed her birth weight?" instead of "closed"?
Complete thread -- I am sure you have moved on, but
Complete thread -- (thanks)
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think I'll just put a big blank before "stage IIIB" LOL.
Complete thread -- onglyza
Complete thread -- (for info, baby is expected to regain birth weight by age 2 weeks age. "exceeds"=WAG
Complete thread -- s/l andalyse 5 mg per day
Complete thread -- yes, more or less. He means excoriation of the feet due to unfelt injuries secondary to DM
Complete thread -- pT3T en = N0, (tumor node metastasis) sounds messed up if ya ask me.
Complete thread -- excoriation of the feet from diabetic neuropathy
Complete thread -- STAGE OF TUMOR: "PT3T and IB CN0 stage IIIB." Can anyone make sense? Chinese
Complete thread -- ESL. 6-week-old baby with hard stools. Patient weight 8 lbs. at birth. Today she
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! He really puts emphasis where I don't expect it (yes, ESL). Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, glad I caught this! No, he's still saying *istic* at end. Will flag but thanks!
Complete thread -- Hurthle cell change
Complete thread -- she just restated it to androgen suppression. tx
Complete thread -- prostate cancer surveillance program w/ion "poshmole" radiation.
Complete thread -- #2-I think he stumbled around dominant
Complete thread -- Well, short note and need to send in, so I'll flag both.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- Findings consistent with benign thyroid nodule with *har-tussell* change. Please
Complete thread -- innominate?
Complete thread -- s/l cutting gore technique
Complete thread -- bolus?
Complete thread -- s/l denomina vein
Complete thread -- 6000 units of heparin and then 3 mg *of balls* were administered
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- xerosis
Complete thread -- sclerosis?
Complete thread -- MT Precious Presents will be starting soon. You can submit your children's names.sm
Complete thread -- AAA
Complete thread -- keratosis?
Complete thread -- dry skin and (sounds just like *cirrhosis)
Complete thread -- post laminectomy from January 2010 of this. The *epobli* has somewhat resolved
Complete thread -- Check on MTstars, they have a lot of jobs posted.
Complete thread -- Context
Complete thread -- further context please?
Complete thread -- spica?
Complete thread -- uric acid s/l plequin nolan add value of 2.5
Complete thread -- #1 first extensor? (not sure if it fits rest of report)
Complete thread -- #2 volar
Complete thread -- I expand it out. but if you have to, then AAA
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- Double post...pls disregard.
Complete thread -- He was admitted in October with severe hyponatremia and
Complete thread -- osteomyelitis?
Complete thread -- If dictates triple A (as in abdomial aortic aneurysm) do you sm
Complete thread -- osteo?
Complete thread -- The ( ___) of the retinaculum was then released longitudinally ... order to allow for
Complete thread -- normally it is SIADH (syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion )?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He was admitted in October with severe hyponatremia and
Complete thread -- can you repost your wav ?
Complete thread -- Does this board have an angel tree type thing? Been out of work for a month so far:(
Complete thread -- mitigate
Complete thread -- I would have never found that. Thank you so much=)
Complete thread -- I hope that this would ___________his disappointments somewhat. ...
Complete thread -- A thumb _____ should be indicated
Complete thread -- *cefen* ("see fin") - definitely not saying Ceftin
Complete thread -- try 5-FU
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Prednisone burst, just completed (40 mg p.o. daily) 2. Cipro 500 mg ...
Complete thread -- photographs were obtained with a 15-degree *hysteroscope* demonstrating a 3-mm smooth
Complete thread -- I hear "extremity, first extensor compartment. Patient has a positive..." Your previous
Complete thread -- thanks for trying Margaret, I'll listen one more time just incase.
Complete thread -- That's what I thought. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- examination of the right upper extremity the ______ sign
Complete thread -- Ignore my suggestion. With suggestion, I, too, can now make out "compartments"
Complete thread -- need to change "who" to "whom" in first sentence
Complete thread -- I hear "I injected both *_____ compartments with steroid." (does not s/l first dorsal
Complete thread -- Need some comma work there too.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- ooOOooh! NOW I understand why you were questioning!! That slipped right by me!! LOL!
Complete thread -- Punctuation help please
Complete thread -- Morphine, s/l sane morphine SR, dronabinol, Klor-Con 10, sertraline
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with 4 cc of steroid." (change cc to mL)
Complete thread -- Lots of brand names, but I can't docu s/l "Neepa(h)"
Complete thread -- ook, thanks, just thought someone might know something else
Complete thread -- I injected both with _____ of steroid
Complete thread -- Then flag it.
Complete thread -- Going with staining. Thanks again to all helpers!
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- s/l klonopil - not sure it is klonopin....
Complete thread -- Thanks for all suggestions! Will go back and listen.
Complete thread -- "Skin irritation around the ostomy could be due to some leakage, b ...
Complete thread -- occipital bone?
Complete thread -- I believe it is okay. Some of the posterior neck muscles arise at the occ area of skull.
Complete thread -- I believe staining is correct. Immunofixation causes dye to glom onto the antigen if prese
Complete thread -- yes, thanks!!! haha
Complete thread -- Cervical spine exam reveals negative tenderness to the occipital lobe bilaterally
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- amphotericin, aka amphotericin B
Complete thread -- can you expand it to sedimentation?, more characters, more $
Complete thread -- might be stranding positive?
Complete thread -- Torulopsis.said that they did not use s/l aftertericin washouts anymore, that he woul
Complete thread -- staining positive?
Complete thread -- is SED rate all caps in the middle of a sentence or initial cap?
Complete thread -- Pt had ultrasound-guided biopsy of the liver mass which...
Complete thread -- s/l ? CPAU?
Complete thread -- malleoli?
Complete thread -- total right knee arthroplasty. sm
Complete thread -- auxiliary?
Complete thread -- recreational
Complete thread -- s/l ? excessory? s/m
Complete thread -- I think so. Thank you!
Complete thread -- mucinous?
Complete thread -- pancreas and it came back consistent with benign s/l usage glandular epithelium
Complete thread -- (hehehe!!!)
Complete thread -- I believe correct as you typed. Wilson=eponym, originated immed penile salvage procedure.
Complete thread -- dilated?
Complete thread -- is in flux
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Chloroquine? But I don't see how that fits your context. Klonipin?
Complete thread -- med S/L
Complete thread -- s/l ? influss? s/m
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- SGA? (small for gestational age)
Complete thread -- that was me posting.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't think that's what she meant. I think it's a different abbreviation
Complete thread -- see link inside for possibility
Complete thread -- It is before meals! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Need more coffee, thanks. I just was coming back with either anticipated or
Complete thread -- per every 5 gram anticipated carbs before meals
Complete thread -- every 5 (not 5 every) also of formula. Maybe anticipated carbs of formula?
Complete thread -- s/l SDA for both weight and height.
Complete thread -- WAV file. I have the end of this missing a word.
Complete thread -- thanks for comma tip, will put it in.
Complete thread -- Not at all. Thanks!
Complete thread -- gallstones
Complete thread -- That could be it...Thank you.
Complete thread -- oral surgery?
Complete thread -- need a comma before but; would flag or leave _____ where he truncates the word
Complete thread -- and the third, most importantly, he -- could it be minimalization?
Complete thread -- Ventral hernia repair with skin grafting....
Complete thread -- s/l "Wilson" salvage procedure
Complete thread -- The patient had also ____ 18 months old.
Complete thread -- Thanks! The "Z" sound at the beginning was throwing me off.
Complete thread -- incurving 5th digits
Complete thread -- wav sent
Complete thread -- wav sent
Complete thread -- extremities: The patient had ___ fifth digits (or first digits?) s/l zincurving
Complete thread -- WAG, too late but... maybe Florastor?
Complete thread -- not sure, will flag, tq
Complete thread -- Xopenex? but if unclear, leave blank, particularly on allergies
Complete thread -- help psl/ he has allergy to cortisone, prednisone, and s/l xenomex.
Complete thread -- just thought I heard mind depletion, but it was volume depletion.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- lymphadenopathy in all chains
Complete thread -- lymphadenopathy on all chains?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- bosselated...
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- coalescing
Complete thread -- Thyroid gland is palpable; it is very low down in the neck. It is ___ ...
Complete thread -- SKIN: She has circular, erythematous, well-circumscribed edge rash on ...
Complete thread -- Yep... thanks again!
Complete thread -- was that it?
Complete thread -- Good guess without hearing .wav! Thanks!
Complete thread -- granulomatous disease? WAG-can't hear wav
Complete thread -- I think so... I can hear it.
Complete thread -- did the WAV post?
Complete thread -- Pulmonology differential diagnoses - .wav sent -
Complete thread -- thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- small fiber s/l granulopathy (please see msg)
Complete thread -- pls share what they are/
Complete thread -- pedicle flap? great link on this subject if interested
Complete thread -- does this make sense in your context?
Complete thread -- weh?
Complete thread -- it's one of the three R's!
Complete thread -- He called s/l PAL line and talked to dr. xxxx
Complete thread -- this is WAG...but, SPECT-CT localized or visualized?
Complete thread -- thanks so much Kaz!
Complete thread -- yes, it is arithmetic!!!! I would have never gotten this :)
Complete thread -- Which syllable does the accent fall on? Your s/l reminds me of "arithmetic".
Complete thread -- arithmetic? (math)
Complete thread -- he is clear with res-mit-tek
Complete thread -- recent memory?
Complete thread -- AVM resection
Complete thread -- He has difficulty with s/l resmetech but no probs with comprehension. tq.
Complete thread -- covered
Complete thread -- I don't understand your s/l - and you need some major punctuation work.
Complete thread -- Medrol Dosepak.
Complete thread -- If you're querying the term "dose pack", check it out in the archives.
Complete thread -- Your second sentence is clearly not a complete sentence. Do you understand why?
Complete thread -- Pelvic abscess status post s/l spect-I-nose tube drainage.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- breast reconstruction with tissue expander. The s/l panel-cut was healthy.
Complete thread -- Pls help me. these sentences do not sound correct to me. Is my punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- I just got it...Her coronary targets were.... Thanks
Complete thread -- quality. Procured targets were
Complete thread -- saphenous vein was of adequate quality s/l "proquiring" targets were approximately 1.
Complete thread -- Thanks will listen for those.
Complete thread -- There was a link to the affect/effect page in my reply above, but see link inside.
Complete thread -- floracort 20 mg
Complete thread -- ligation? coagulation?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- word help - hemorrhoid procedure.
Complete thread -- 51 cm in circumference measured at the same locale.
Complete thread -- 51 cm in circumference, measured at the same locale.
Complete thread -- anatomy is the first thing I thought of.
Complete thread -- I did measure her thighs and her right thigh is 53 cm in circumference ...
Complete thread -- ?Angio-Seal
Complete thread -- MRI with attention to pontine angle/acoustic "enamel." Can't hear neuroma.
Complete thread -- thanks poi. That one looks good also.
Complete thread -- please give me the site...
Complete thread -- Yes! Woo Hoo! Thanks so much !! ...
Complete thread -- maybe verrucous?
Complete thread -- may be slurring bone graft, allograft? sm
Complete thread -- here is another one
Complete thread -- Thanks nm. Those both look very good. Thanks.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- lesion surface
Complete thread -- anyone know of any good reference websites for brain and anatomy of brain
Complete thread -- We all make mistakes, mharz. Hope you find the link a useful site. If you go to
Complete thread -- Yikes. Looks like my dictator might be using old terminology. Thanks. Again.
Complete thread -- Uh oh. Looks like AdvaSeal is now a pesticide. Thanks for the
Complete thread -- i stand to be corrected, just an ojt...
Complete thread -- Word Mark VENAGRAFT
Complete thread -- Word Mark ADVASEAL
Complete thread -- It turned out to be Venagraft. OP. nm
Complete thread -- AdvaSeal.
Complete thread -- Agree! Asherman's syndrome (AS), also called "uterine synechiae" or intrauterine adhesions
Complete thread -- thickening?
Complete thread -- echoes?
Complete thread -- Some "Ambiseal" was placed over the dura for hemostasis.
Complete thread -- synechiae ?..nm
Complete thread -- word help sm
Complete thread -- Ah, I see nm beat me to the explanation, but the link is a useful site anyway.
Complete thread -- quinapril?
Complete thread -- Presumably mharz isn't going to answer my question, so let me assure you she's wrong. SM
Complete thread -- I hear a definite "b" sound. I'll listen again. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- thanks, i went with effect too for the same reason :)
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- Wrong :(. It's effect (like the side effect of a drug).
Complete thread -- xenograft?
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!
Complete thread -- L4-5 decompression with use of "benegraft" and autograft.
Complete thread -- And why do you think that?
Complete thread -- Just wording it awkwardly. It does not stimulate to cause pain, however,
Complete thread -- i think its "affect"
Complete thread -- where is this state, do ya reckon? S/M
Complete thread -- She has had some rash-like effect/affect on the skin.