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Complete thread -- your s/ ANI or A & I may be anisocytosis (ANIsocytosis)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- maybe, but I don't hear it clearly..
Complete thread -- which showed some?
Complete thread -- blank help please WAV sent!!
Complete thread -- okay. thats a new one for me! Thanks..
Complete thread -- shoe wear is correct, like they call some clothing sports wear
Complete thread -- patient has knee problems, she recently "changed her shoe wear"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- racquetball?
Complete thread -- WAG... racquetball?
Complete thread -- Derm
Complete thread -- LOL. Tag teaming is good!
Complete thread -- thats what I thought. Thanks. I have to flag it, but at least I have a guess to put there.
Complete thread -- levothyroxine for hypothyroidism
Complete thread -- doc dictates med as levothyroxal. what is the closest you can come to that?
Complete thread -- thank you so much.. consent was obtained and placed in the chart
Complete thread -- Now i hear "consent was obtained and placed in the chart. Procedure:
Complete thread -- I got it! "some pitting"!
Complete thread -- proceed. Consent was placed in the chart. Procedure: The area
Complete thread -- the only word i got was 'cuz' "and he asked to proceed 'cuz"
Complete thread -- procedure is excision of nasal sidewall lesion
Complete thread -- please help on wav
Complete thread -- now i hear 'some pinning' does that makes sense?
Complete thread -- extending?
Complete thread -- ok thanks verymuch
Complete thread -- sort of sounds like sintiting.
Complete thread -- can u post mp3 or give a s/l
Complete thread -- but I should add it sounds a bit odd though
Complete thread -- Wav sent- blank!!
Complete thread -- yes that would make sense then
Complete thread -- dr is saying there is 100% take of the skin graft. should i use stuck down?
Complete thread -- guess-maybe something to do with graft being taken?
Complete thread -- stuck down or tucked down??
Complete thread -- That's what I thought. Thanks for the validation!
Complete thread -- I bet you have nailed it..*mild* or *something* wall thickening...OP shld confirm though..
Complete thread -- yes.. I would flag...she definitely doesn't know(understand) what she is talking about..
Complete thread -- Sure they aren't saying "mural wall thickening" or something like that?
Complete thread -- I have an ANP who is dictation a discharge summary....sm
Complete thread -- is doc repeating abscess to clarify it for you?
Complete thread -- YW :D
Complete thread -- something diverticula/diverticulum
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- she still yet has not yet conceived?
Complete thread -- I have a CT question 2! There is my-lo-ar-tick-ling of the duodenum.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- tnx tnx
Complete thread -- I meant abscess
Complete thread -- which then leads to "no drainable absess"
Complete thread -- genius! that one is correct!!!
Complete thread -- CT scan showed peripancreatic fluid consistent with pancreatitis
Complete thread -- coughalatorcoughalator - or inexiflate, a machine which helps someone cough that doesn't h
Complete thread -- secretions handled with chest PT "kofilator."
Complete thread -- to go to great lengths in order to conceive a pregnancy. She has
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- I don't see her talking about others, just you; follow her around, stalking
Complete thread -- wag: surrounding cellulitis?
Complete thread -- I have never gotten that to work. :(
Complete thread -- I don't know. Can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- ok, thanks - but what about the sounds like section
Complete thread -- I think "in" is "and"
Complete thread -- how can the 4th metatarsal head be "in" the 3rd metatarsal head?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- yes, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- per googling, looks like shortening sulfosalicylic acid --check though
Complete thread -- Urinalysis was entirely normal by both dipstick and s/l "selfasal."
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- is elevated at this time
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I wish I still had it to listen to again...but from my memory of the
Complete thread -- didn't leave it up long enough for anyone to guess; failure response?
Complete thread -- Q, could it be an angled tongue depressor?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had to send it in with a blank. I rarely get feedback, but
Complete thread -- another comma after complications. Everything else okay
Complete thread -- She does have some Parkinson's feature with resting tremor, cogwheel rigidity, and
Complete thread -- found a Weider tongue depressor
Complete thread -- comma help
Complete thread -- thanks, got it!
Complete thread -- Heck, I meant to say normal resting pressures. If you say your s/l
Complete thread -- This is WAY late, but I keep thinking "resting heart pressures
Complete thread -- I did find an Andrews tongue depressor in my Stedman's Equip, but
Complete thread -- check linkS
Complete thread -- thanks, now what about..
Complete thread -- It sounds like the lymph node showed the granuloma.
Complete thread -- The knee was put in extension.Then the s/l amber tongue depressor was placed between
Complete thread -- They can do path on the removed gallbladder. I can find pericholecystic
Complete thread -- lymph node
Complete thread -- Yup, BB! I was just coming here to post. I listened one last time and it's glucose!
Complete thread -- glucose 79? goes with the next 6.
Complete thread -- This has been aswered already.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers. I'm leaving them both blank. I thought the answer would likely
Complete thread -- Ok, I kinda thought I was okay with that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I stand corrected; Vera Pyle says it is two words, pro time.
Complete thread -- Yep, I think he is just leaving out saying that it is a specific place which makes it
Complete thread -- Mercurochrome 1 Oz without Mercury Is a topical antiseptic used for minor cuts ... All Mer
Complete thread -- oops, mercurochrome is the name of that red supposedly topical antibiotic solution.
Complete thread -- Okay thanks for the info. I will go with well-healed.
Complete thread -- maybe 1st = "(labwork done at VRC) was neg, or VRC (labwork) was neg
Complete thread -- prothrombin time is preferred or pro time. Anything else should be per account
Complete thread -- I'm thinking that this is a place now instead of a lab and is using the abbreviation of a
Complete thread -- is #1 %? For # 2, too many possibilities because it is between 2 natural "groups,"
Complete thread -- Yes, thankyou.
Complete thread -- No idea. Would make protime one word or else hyphenate, protime.
Complete thread -- Otherwise, I think it looks and sounds okay.
Complete thread -- Wouldn't that be callus -- not callous?? Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. . .
Complete thread -- ?mercuronium? (do they even still make it? mercury=persistent environmental toxin...)
Complete thread -- "of a well-healed plantar, right foot, wound."
Complete thread -- Need lab help, please. One tiny word I cant hear due to background partying.
Complete thread -- She repeated in the plan and it's "abnormal and immature cells" so A&I. Thanks.
Complete thread -- "She plans to breast feed." Before that was "pregnancy has been uncomplicated" He also
Complete thread -- "documents, including the plaintiff's answers to interrogatories, sm
Complete thread -- ?tu comprends?
Complete thread -- One order is blood group (A, B, O, or AB) Rh (+ or -) indirect Coombs(aka titer), SM
Complete thread -- callus forms (callous is adj)... ugh. that is odd.
Complete thread -- LOL. Figures. You didn't even read her post if you didn't see the order
Complete thread -- S/L well-healed but it cannot be that. sm
Complete thread -- Oops, hit key too soon. Also could s/l B-R-C. Either way, I am having difficulty finding
Complete thread -- ;-) !
Complete thread -- 31-year-old in for repeat C-section. Glucola was 110. S/L V-R-C was negative.
Complete thread -- it might be ANA
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Complete thread -- S/L well-healed foot wound. sm
Complete thread -- s/l "ANI or A&I" 93% in the labs
Complete thread -- There is no need for rudeness. AND smarty, LFTs are part of the
Complete thread -- It was a typo. It is glypizide. There is no mention of diabetes howe ...
Complete thread -- AneuploidyScreen: Down syndrome and Trisomy 18. sm
Complete thread -- There is a creatinine, If you paid any attention. She already got those
Complete thread -- they wouldn't say anticipate as a finding though.
Complete thread -- your s/l filtaside (looks more like finasteride (if male patient though)
Complete thread -- I don't find your drug spelling glyperizide. Any mention of diabetes? sm
Complete thread -- UGH, thanks!
Complete thread -- may be ramipril (Altace) ??
Complete thread -- just noted with marginal osteophyte changes. darn tell him to SLOW
Complete thread -- I would not put a - in air contrast study though.
Complete thread -- we anticipate marginal osteophyte formation?
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks, learned a new one, w/write that one down sm
Complete thread -- fizzies for air-contrast study
Complete thread -- hip are noted with changes _____ marginal osteophyte formation
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- hmm, the lab is a CMP but might want to relisten? why no creatinine?
Complete thread -- ou may also be asked to swallow “fizzies”, a substance that helps to create air in your ..
Complete thread -- administration of oral contrast as well as *fizzies for arrow* contrast study.
Complete thread -- I believe your are right. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- bronchiolitis ...
Complete thread -- or meningitic doses
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- In law, interrogatories (also known as requests for further information) are a formal set
Complete thread -- What is the chief complaint? ...could be meningitis dose
Complete thread -- Thanks. He said it prevoiusly and actually used his R's!!! Threw me off! TY
Complete thread -- definitely rotator cuff
Complete thread -- I got the first med. It is glyperizide. Now the second one??? Thanks
Complete thread -- dosage
Complete thread -- Renapril?
Complete thread -- Rotator cuff? Wild guess!
Complete thread -- Posted WAV if that helps. TY.
Complete thread -- Pt with shoulder surgery. She had good muscle strength about the sl/ lou-2-the-cuff.
Complete thread -- medications filtaside and Renacprl. Doctor spelled Renacprl just like this. sm
Complete thread -- I don't know of this is legalese or what. Doc is dictating a letter to a lawyer
Complete thread -- don't know why, but the OP is the only one who is hearing what she hears,
Complete thread -- but it sounds like you are saying that the fistula is working yet there is ischemia in a
Complete thread -- I'm saying the ischemia is happening because the fistula is NOT working great
Complete thread -- Foltx?
Complete thread -- Because the FINGER is ischemic as the OP said. What are you babbling about?
Complete thread -- rx help - prometrium, tricor, s/l 'fullcups', effexor..... 63-year-old woman
Complete thread -- if the fistula was working great why would they -sm
Complete thread -- Grrrrrr! May they all be
Complete thread -- I'm going with nasal drainage but thanks to BOTH helpers. Have a good Wednesday.
Complete thread -- yes, you got the first one. Still can't get the second one. No past reports. Thanks!
Complete thread -- (nasal) drainage or sore throat
Complete thread -- I agree but this whole file is messed up. Thanks
Complete thread -- I got it. It is a great fistula. Meaning the fistula is working great. Thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- great fistula, IOW working even better than expected, it would be better
Complete thread -- tee hee, sorry but it is nice to see I'm not the only one having the hard ones today. :-)
Complete thread -- I know. It is confusing. The patient has an ischemic left finger and ...
Complete thread -- "tip of the drain sat posterior to the spleen and the _____ sat along the gastric.."? -sm
Complete thread -- thrush?
Complete thread -- ESL (yet again) dictating something in ROS. Please help.
Complete thread -- WAG... incisura, maybe meaning incisura angularis?
Complete thread -- Two questions about placing a Blake drain, please
Complete thread -- AV fistula maybe instead of grey? would really help to see more info for context
Complete thread -- gastrocolic ligament was elevated and divided at the level of his s/l "insizer."
Complete thread -- remove a finger??? What is going on. Can't follow that at all.
Complete thread -- S/L grey fistula??? sm
Complete thread -- 'Tu come pren' = Chief Complaint: I'd like to. . .
Complete thread -- I hope you got 100
Complete thread -- Never mind. I got it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- at 100 cc per hour OR would it be 800 cc per hour?
Complete thread -- !sorry (I meant LDG for lactic dehydrogenase)
Complete thread -- Make sure you check and see if it fits your patient.
Complete thread -- thanks. I think so.
Complete thread -- nor me! I did find LDH though (lactic dehydrogenase)
Complete thread -- Not familiar with any lab lgg,LDt, or ldg. LDH?
Complete thread -- that looks odd, I would flag that
Complete thread -- and no morphologic or flow cytometric evidence
Complete thread -- S/M. Did doctor mean to say something else? He says tumor twice in this
Complete thread -- unsure which lab dr. is referring to, s/l LGG or LDT or LDG pls sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l "flagic"
Complete thread -- MICRhoGAM?
Complete thread -- TY.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I looked that up. sort of like an orange..
Complete thread -- I wondered after I posted if rind was there. I thought it was not all right..
Complete thread -- but the lobe was....uh...there was a rind and it was decorticated
Complete thread -- no. hidradenitis suppurativa is the official name of the condition. the -itis
Complete thread -- derm report. Evidence of s/l hidradinated suppurativa in the groin area.
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like arinte with a long I.
Complete thread -- Good thought, but I will flag it to be sure. Thank you!
Complete thread -- WAG.. maybe for GERD "Reglan at" 10 mg 3 times a day -- dose fits
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Medications: Verapamil 240 mg every 8 hours, Lexapro, Zocor 20 mg at bedtime, and
Complete thread -- Cardiac catheterization was performed on 08/03/2010 AND showed or sm
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: "Mek-gro-grom" causes burning of the skin. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- 0.5 to 0.25 cm (saying half to quarter cm) maybe?
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is another good place to try next time!
Complete thread -- approximately *half a quarter C* displacement laterally
Complete thread -- yes, I would blank the word Tylenol
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what I found in my research as well, but she clearly states Tylenol elixir.
Complete thread -- but that dose looks like Lortab elixir
Complete thread -- Tylenol with Codeine maybe?
Complete thread -- thanks for looking. it's flagged. ...
Complete thread -- Prescription for Tylenol elixir 7.5/500 15 mL every 6 hours. Is the dosage written
Complete thread -- and vesical and vesicle
Complete thread -- heart cath
Complete thread -- TY.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sometimes hate urology with terms like urethral and ureteral and anuresis and
Complete thread -- common sense to deal with this issue
Complete thread -- WAV posted. She just has to use common sense and ?????.
Complete thread -- it is odd because it is the wrong word... s/b instillation --sm
Complete thread -- agree enuresis.. he is going, anuresis is nothing coming out
Complete thread -- did you know you can onelook syn*tomy and get suggestions?
Complete thread -- A couple of docs we used to have would use it in that context on a reg. basis. I
Complete thread -- Okay, I'm flagging it as "a term that I cannot verify in the context!"
Complete thread -- Says now that he failed a trial of DDAVP, so think it is enuresis. Thanks all the same.
Complete thread -- Yep, I hear "insufflation". This is after I just knew in my heart of hearts
Complete thread -- OK, if someone has incontinence, he wouldn't have anuresis (retention) too, right?
Complete thread -- Regarding the insufflation question below- I posted a Wav..
Complete thread -- maybe I've slipped a cog, here, but I didn't think hCG was part of the aneuploidy screen.
Complete thread -- totally agree, and the small "d" sound just got lost/swallowed
Complete thread -- (EEG reports usually give causes in general terms; diffuse slow waves "are compatible with
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for all suggestions! I can't be certain, so I must flag. Stat & need to
Complete thread -- ack! should say *could* he have cut off.
Complete thread -- Guessing at this point: "Lesions"? Cut he have cut off the word "abnormalities"?
Complete thread -- source? (I accept you hear a v; I just can't think of one.)
Complete thread -- how about seize (seizure) ?
Complete thread -- Thanks! It sounded to me like Synonerveoptomy- and I knew that there was no such thing...
Complete thread -- I think structural brain disease is probably it, IMO.
Complete thread -- I can hear the "vee" sound in there and one syllable. Thanks for trying, though!
Complete thread -- No, not that. I put it really loud and it really sounds just like sieves. Very clear doc
Complete thread -- You're much welcome. I replied to three posts all in one fell swoop and I think
Complete thread -- is it brain disease?
Complete thread -- Pathological slow wave would correlate w/ presence of underlying brain *sieves.* Pls
Complete thread -- agreed. I don't know why I always want to make things so complicated. :)
Complete thread -- And you are SO right. I've done similar procedures before but it wouldn't come to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Think I can hear band.
Complete thread -- Yes, the above is correct. Ignore my subchondral. :-O
Complete thread -- Yep, I actually got that. Sorry. I also got the second blank, histoplasmosis
Complete thread -- synovectomy for the first. subchondral for the second.
Complete thread -- synovectomy, osteochondral
Complete thread -- Can you hear "instillation"?
Complete thread -- 2 blanks. Please help! Wav sent.
Complete thread -- I'll bet it's hydrodilation
Complete thread -- I'm thinking abnormal M (as in abnormal M component). Something to do
Complete thread -- abnormal band? (protein band)
Complete thread -- disseminated MAI, and Pneumocystis carinii infection?
Complete thread -- Oh, boy, thank you so much! Will look into that further. : )
Complete thread -- Immunofixation of serum showed no abnormal *bend*.
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy, retrograde pyleogram, s/l "titer" or "tiger" dilation of the bladder, and
Complete thread -- leptomeningeal
Complete thread -- fungal pyogenic 402 abscesses, *iso paz mosis* and disseminated MAI nomocystic
Complete thread -- WAG - triprong patella is usually what I hear
Complete thread -- bifrontal extra-axial lesion with left *dough* meningeal enhancement. SM for
Complete thread -- fungal *pyogenic* abscesses
Complete thread -- :) love you
Complete thread -- Is insufflation being used properly here? Dictator says it really clearly.
Complete thread -- also perceived that the phenobarbital made her tired and she
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- nm's fan :)
Complete thread -- accident that has left her with
Complete thread -- word doubt
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- The 35-mm "all peg poly patella" was then placed on the patella
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Could doctor be saying "phalanx"--??
Complete thread -- Axis I. 1. Major depressive disorder... 2. Anxiety disorder, NOS, 300. 3.
Complete thread -- he just added another diagnosis, like you have it (except I would put ; after the #s)
Complete thread -- Milgram's test (Milgram test) :)
Complete thread -- detemir? (Levemir)
Complete thread -- s/l det-ra-mae*, any guesses? Thanks
Complete thread -- why wouldn't hcg be right?
Complete thread -- right first *talas*
Complete thread -- i am confused with Axis I about his correction
Complete thread -- aneuploidy screen? MS-AFP? don't believe hCG is correct
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's it and using that I got the second s/l, aneuploidy screen
Complete thread -- inhibin A?
Complete thread -- nevus flammeus (neonatorum) aka "flame nevus," "angel kiss" "stork beak mark"
Complete thread -- s/l mill grams test?
Complete thread -- rupture/tear? (usually hear thickness though)
Complete thread -- History of elevated hCG and s/l "an hip ons" on second trimester s/l "N U places"
Complete thread -- Is he saying - once dissection was done, hemostasis was obtained?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Can't hear previous.
Complete thread -- not confirmed by chemically elevated; given the typical dark pink...
Complete thread -- previous footprint? down into the site from which it had been torn?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- she once did
Complete thread -- midportion of the cuff anteriorly with *tacking down into pratash* footprint distally
Complete thread -- not attending church as she once did.
Complete thread -- once dissection was ___. The TRAM flap
Complete thread -- pls help me
Complete thread -- duh, thanks
Complete thread -- Once dissection __________, hemostasis was obtained with cautery. __________
Complete thread -- Doppler(s)?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The intra-operative *lapra* then performed and revealed excellent Doppler
Complete thread -- at tension? (as in stretch to make it taut)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Your wav starts right on the SL, please back it up a bit.
Complete thread -- and extended upwards and has put the *skin and scar at attention*.
Complete thread -- hey tnx
Complete thread -- There is __________ superiorly and deep crevice in the axilla area.
Complete thread -- Blankin it, no idea, TY
Complete thread -- two ?..sm
Complete thread -- partial *victor* tear of the rotator cuff
Complete thread -- Male with MS. On exam, can ambulate with *hills caps,* and there is slight ataxia...
Complete thread -- does not perceive that she is coping well
Complete thread -- Saturation is 97% on 3 liters *pulsatile* nasal cannula
Complete thread -- Thank you SO MUCH.. new doc today
Complete thread -- hey help me
Complete thread -- I am not coming up with anything even close to the S/L.
Complete thread -- limbus
Complete thread -- hemorrhage of eye ..see msg. tks
Complete thread -- There was slight S/L "navies slamius" over the nose.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- thanks.. found that but thought i would see if any other ideas... have a good day!tks
Complete thread -- guess-OHD could be organic heart disease
Complete thread -- Vicodin Prepak or Prepack?
Complete thread -- infusion? - 2nd = infection *is to be or needs to be?* determined, however,...
Complete thread -- Patient with cancer.
Complete thread -- rituximab ______. Whether that is the true cause of _____ however,
Complete thread -- doc listing PMH.. states history of SL*OHD* with ASCAD with two vessel disease.
Complete thread -- *cough and pulse palpable which is nontender*.
Complete thread -- also 1 g (rather than gm) but again, check with your account preference
Complete thread -- ertapenem
Complete thread -- sure, stent leak makes sense sm
Complete thread -- thank you! I'll try it
Complete thread -- but ipratropium? Way off I know, but could be.
Complete thread -- med s/l irra tap anum 1 gm IV q4h
Complete thread -- thank you, Darlene! ...
Complete thread -- I have heard of dermatographia (might be what he means) If hyper is clear, I'd go with it
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think that's it!!
Complete thread -- Viabahn? see link, archive search for STENT GRAFT.
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!!
Complete thread -- perforators I bet sm
Complete thread -- pls ignore the above... apologize .... BB pls delete above if possible
Complete thread -- derm term help please
Complete thread -- crura? not sure if it can be seen on exam though.. check out..
Complete thread -- or SARAFEM® fluoxetine hydrochloride)- mood disorders etc
Complete thread -- They suggest a small airway disease rather than a *fresh* etiology.
Complete thread -- clitoral sacral reflex?
Complete thread -- I would just leave under ENT. They frequently dart around in dictation
Complete thread -- probably "clipped" off the beginning of word (as they usually do)
Complete thread -- The clitoral s/l sclora was normal, slightly increased on left which is a
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Hymenal ring was intact. Normal introitus. Clitoris was noted to be normal. The
Complete thread -- I don't hear the "mu", but I think you are absolutely right as he is slurring. Thanks so
Complete thread -- mucosal
Complete thread -- Exam is remarkabe for fairly significant * cosel edema * in the nose.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- In the end, mentioned rheumatoid arthritis, so it is right. Thank you all.
Complete thread -- I thought an ulceration was in there but could not figure what to put with it.
Complete thread -- ohh love this guy!. Not positive! but I hear ulcerations NM
Complete thread -- pls check a link posted two posts above..
Complete thread -- Flagging this. Thanks anyway. He is a killer on the labs.
Complete thread -- T
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- "pure" guess - Diclofenac is used to relieve pain sm
Complete thread -- s/l *poor multifini* ...any guesses? thanks
Complete thread -- oops.. wrong post...this should go 2 posts below...
Complete thread -- I missed to notice the 4 altogether.. but pls see link inside
Complete thread -- diclofenac? see link for serch for CLOFEN in archives.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Doing a new secondary. That blank was not in the sample.
Complete thread -- "might" be trying to say - Eustachian tube bear down (produces) neg. Valsalva
Complete thread -- would it make sense to have "4" in front of it?
Complete thread -- Pt with metastatic prostate cancer. Doc says "declofenate" but can't find.
Complete thread -- cortices? (plural of cortex)
Complete thread -- review of systems all negative. "consituaries" no complaints. HEENT: Denies.
Complete thread -- yes,that is it~
Complete thread -- **Eustachian tube beers negative Valsalva ** consistent with eustachian tube dysfunct
Complete thread -- s/l 4 cort-i-seeds
Complete thread -- pubic ramus
Complete thread -- Don't think so, thanks for trying
Complete thread -- fractured s/l peta gramas
Complete thread -- WAG-granuloma annulare? (dictated in reverse order)
Complete thread -- KB ignore "DON" the snanker and the other twits, they just come here is mash people
Complete thread -- annulare
Complete thread -- hypertriglyceridemia?
Complete thread -- thanks, Fan . .
Complete thread -- severe Russian accent
Complete thread -- I found it...it is a toll-free number provided to agencies by AT&T through another company
Complete thread -- A2 pulley
Complete thread -- I thought it was through transition - made no sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- PAST MEDIAL HISTORY: 1. Migraine headache effectively treated with ...
Complete thread -- the patient was unable to speak English so "AT&T interpreter services" was used...has
Complete thread -- chest pain, s/l inner ver or shortness of breath
Complete thread -- PIP capsulotomy, flexor tendolysis, s/l a too pill ee reconstruction
Complete thread -- medical? options (as opposed to surgical)?
Complete thread -- I hear - increased retransition consistent with etc sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can hear that now.
Complete thread -- you rock!
Complete thread -- using in situ greater saphenous vein
Complete thread -- 1st = anechoic
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. Have another blank so will flag report
Complete thread -- could be, thanks.
Complete thread -- check out Erythroped?
Complete thread -- cerefolin?
Complete thread -- gastroparesis - please see msg.
Complete thread -- possible **mew-cull** options
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- Can you hear "coag positive" in there?
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? If not - please help figure out
Complete thread -- many gram-positive cocci
Complete thread -- She reports again that positive cultures were had.
Complete thread -- Didin't hear the last at all. :o)
Complete thread -- 1st = fungal; 2nd - acid-fast bacilli
Complete thread -- formal?? elements acid-fast bacilli (check spelling and hyphen)
Complete thread -- Culture of a foot ulcer showed "men-in-go-an-positive-co-sign"
Complete thread -- No _____ elements or _____ disorder was seen.
Complete thread -- med list, lithium, methadone and s/l milick
Complete thread -- I see Google hits for "passive congestion"
Complete thread -- OP: Incisional hernia repair. D: A tacker was then used to tack the s/l "skirted"
Complete thread -- Found it. Kayexalate
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- We should give her s/l Kaculate 15 grams to use and we will have to stop her lisinopr
Complete thread -- dictator said, "1st MTP joints," I changed to MCP but should it be
Complete thread -- calcified fibrocaseous nodules *surrounding passive congestion *
Complete thread -- No *formal* elements or *S F F* disorder was seen
Complete thread -- Someone on here told me one to write it like 21.7 thousand.
Complete thread -- I open my wav file with a different program.
Complete thread -- foot drop?
Complete thread -- Billybob-If you're around, someone is looking for you on Restuvus.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- diurnal
Complete thread -- actinic keratosis?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l ordemia (does not sound like edema)
Complete thread -- thumb pain
Complete thread -- Palpable stent *leak*.
Complete thread -- s/l "ten-ee care-a-toe-seas"
Complete thread -- yes ...
Complete thread -- history of?
Complete thread -- any idea what it is for?
Complete thread -- nope, why would you have 4 trailing 0's, doesn't make sense. If white count s.m.
Complete thread -- actually seems much looser??
Complete thread -- s/l tone actually seeism
Complete thread -- Got it, helped to know Criles.
Complete thread -- Impression: Atypical chest pain _____ coronary artery disease.
Complete thread -- Blunt dissection was carried out with s/l petty point cryos?
Complete thread -- s/l frudup? SM
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- never mind.....
Complete thread -- By venous duplex in the lower extremity, reflux identified in the "per-for-ay-tors"
Complete thread -- Hate to sound like a dodo bird, but
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Half-a-pack-a-day smoker for 4 years. hyphen correct?
Complete thread -- says 21 point 7000. is this right?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- to have failed voiding trial?
Complete thread -- from 0.5 to 0.25.
Complete thread -- 0.25 to 0.5.
Complete thread -- is 1/2 to 1/4 written right?
Complete thread -- Would you hyphenate two week here? tia
Complete thread -- pulmonary embolism who was noted to ____ a voiding trial twice
Complete thread -- MP3 help
Complete thread -- oh never mind it was Heathrow
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- anyone familiar with a /"T4"/ Country Club
Complete thread -- He is not in retention, modest residual
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- Thanks - not sure why he had a problem with it - not like he
Complete thread -- not abrasion?
Complete thread -- You shouldn't feel like you have to apologize to a troll. I do the same thing you just did
Complete thread -- s/l "braise"
Complete thread -- Sorry, I really do want the help, just seem to find it after I post
Complete thread -- R u playing games with us???? or u want to simply waste our time?
Complete thread -- correcting self: 100, uh, 90 to 100 beats per minute.
Complete thread -- ortho spine
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- u save me! tp is female and it fits!
Complete thread -- black cohosh 540 mg - supposed to be good for menopause symptoms
Complete thread -- s/l black-co-lash 540 mg daily. tx.
Complete thread -- I second that.
Complete thread -- 190 to 100 beats ?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- vertebral compression fracture maybe? L1-L2?
Complete thread -- ortho-spine
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- talking about a MAFO brace maybe?
Complete thread -- foraminal stenosis . .don't know the other one!
Complete thread -- OH - I always find it myself - acanthocytes
Complete thread -- RBCs in urine . . s/l ecgenocytes . .
Complete thread -- orthopedics -spine
Complete thread -- Oh, this lady is a trip. She also says get a "dyslipid panel" and all kinds
Complete thread -- ROFL, constitutional should be that heading not constituent
Complete thread -- fiberglass cast.
Complete thread -- Decided on cast
Complete thread -- He was seen two weeks ago when his postoperative splint was taken down ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the reply. She only dictated eyes and mucous membranes
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- usually SHEENT = skin, head, eyes, ears, nose, throat.
Complete thread -- subheading HEENTS...what would the "S" be for? Any ideas?
Complete thread -- no, probably not testing for Paxil. now I think it's propoxyphene
Complete thread -- yes, but I think artery-to-vein.
Complete thread -- nvm, think it's paroxetine
Complete thread -- urine drug screen was positive for benzodiazepines, phencyclidine, s/l proxafine/
Complete thread -- stenosis
Complete thread -- thanks k
Complete thread -- sounds to me like "aortic stenosis of moderately severe variety. Last ultrasound was in
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- Since we would be guessing blind here, perhaps you could supply
Complete thread -- It all started with the HMOs, lol. Seriously.
Complete thread -- I was thinking that, but doc says "no carotid bruits" in the sentence b4 this one.
Complete thread -- Know what you're saying, but jees, can you imagine what the reports would look like if
Complete thread -- carotid bruits?
Complete thread -- The patient is markedly obese with no CARROT-TED-BOYD.
Complete thread -- yes! omgosh! thanks!!!
Complete thread -- They could, but they won't. Cheaper to have us edit than to
Complete thread -- autoimmune?
Complete thread -- probably a "what's your native language?" issue, both with OP & weeding, weeding! poster.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- has no real history of an "alter-hee-man disorder" and rheumatolgy already evaluated
Complete thread -- TY!!!!
Complete thread -- giggle
Complete thread -- Thanks! I still have this batch, so I will check it before I send it off.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ovarian vein I'd think.
Complete thread -- Weed Eater -- a string trimmer company founded in 1971 in Houston, Texas by George Ballas
Complete thread -- ?? thickened. See report.
Complete thread -- thrombus found in the "vore-eee-on" vein following the fallopian tube.
Complete thread -- Levemir is my guess.
Complete thread -- drug that s/l levoh mare?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- we will have
Complete thread -- spitting stitch
Complete thread -- and wonder why a stick would hit her in the eye unless she was using something like a Weed
Complete thread -- why not weed eating? that's what Weed Eaters do, weed eating.
Complete thread -- who was weeding
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- who WAS weed eating yesterday
Complete thread -- yes, link click
Complete thread -- s/l weed eating
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "The left anterior descending artery had"
Complete thread -- Left main had mild disease. _____ proximal/ostial stenosis 30% in
Complete thread -- Here is an alternative name you may also hear. P-Thal or P-MIBI) SM
Complete thread -- Even if that was what was MEANT (?) it was not even CLOSE to what
Complete thread -- Obviously you don't know what idiosyncratic capitalization is either.
Complete thread -- I know what you mean. It puts words I never hear and leaves out words I clearly hear!
Complete thread -- At least I can imagine hearing "adeno-" as "had no." I can't figure out for the
Complete thread -- gotta' love it!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- snicker. ISR put stage III papillary had no carcinoma of the peritoneum.
Complete thread -- TY both! That's actually the way I typed it on the report, but
Complete thread -- I would type hepatitis A, B, and C, but that's just me.
Complete thread -- A, B, and C. Hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and/or hepatitis C!
Complete thread -- Hepatitis A B C profile is nonreactive.
Complete thread -- Few and far between!
Complete thread -- oops...thanks
Complete thread -- ok thanks very much
Complete thread -- (I tried hard. Unable to find a s/l in parallel construction with m-a m's, so consider
Complete thread -- confusing myself even more. I think Obagi is done in-office, and the
Complete thread -- agree with helper below about pulse dosing. on cursory glance
Complete thread -- google obagi pulsing
Complete thread -- check out pulse dosing. see if that fits. Your time frames in that last
Complete thread -- Makes you appreciate the ones who speak clear English. nm
Complete thread -- GASTROLAB Gastrointestinal SiteNeoterminal Ileum The "new" last part of the small bowel af
Complete thread -- Your last sentence is an interesting one.
Complete thread -- "neoterminal ileum" could be correct if pt had resection in ileocecal valve area for Crohn
Complete thread -- Continue Epiduo at night. Extraction done again today. I recommended ...
Complete thread -- the terminal ileum
Complete thread -- I think she was referring to whether Acapella was capped or not
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- yes. equivalent to "easily palp." Full arterial excursions,pulsations to palp fingers.
Complete thread -- found by googling 'radiation treatment cream,' btw.
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks a million...
Complete thread -- aloe vera?
Complete thread -- there is a P-MIBI (or PMIBI?).
Complete thread -- Someone above questioned it, I said doctor was referring to a laser resistant tube
Complete thread -- yikes!
Complete thread -- Call the tabloids. She gave birth recently to a 2-week-old baby.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your suggestion--will listen again with that in mind.
Complete thread -- No, it has a pee-neeby sound to it. I will flag. Thank you for responding.
Complete thread -- sestamibi? haven't listened to wav. Just a guess.
Complete thread -- Isn't there EMLA or something?
Complete thread -- Glad you are such a mindreader since that is not what was dictated.
Complete thread -- At least she got this one
Complete thread -- Anyone do cardiology? help! sm -- s/l pee-neeby?
Complete thread -- ESL doctor. Breast cancer patient. Drawing a blank on type of skin cream.
Complete thread -- This dictator calls high lipid level 'hypercholesterolanemia'.
Complete thread -- It sounds like he thought there was a different term.
Complete thread -- I say it's called a retained suture. . .no?
Complete thread -- Ok -- thanks all. Grateful.
Complete thread -- doctor dictates "retained suture or whatever it's called." Just curious - what is it
Complete thread -- try googling oxygen titer and reading up .. might find something
Complete thread -- Which is why it is so important to know the English language before
Complete thread -- s/l demographic splint. Fracture
Complete thread -- check spelling
Complete thread -- Must have passed out from all the sighing.
Complete thread -- Romazico (flumazenil)...see message
Complete thread -- i.e., if never heard before in an MT context, might sound possibly wrong/off,
Complete thread -- jmo, but OP just seemed a little stumped by that "in context.
Complete thread -- and you can google that with Narcan for some confirmation
Complete thread -- Romazicon?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We will have a "titer" until he gets above 92%. (does that sound right?)
Complete thread -- My thought is, since you asked, you should have checked a dictionary
Complete thread -- What, exactly, are you sighing about?
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- "nesh wa wa" means "next paragraph". That took me a while and was trying
Complete thread -- Google laser resistant endotracheal tube
Complete thread -- Elderly male admitted with overdose. Dreadful Asian dictating. Please help me before
Complete thread -- Peripheral pulses were all s/l full?
Complete thread -- ASA I? American Society of Anesthesiologists
Complete thread -- AFA one
Complete thread -- Yes, that is what was meant, hear it all the time.
Complete thread -- Minimize mind-altering medications and s/l "ess bee teeing" once more awake
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- That is hardly what was dictated. but if you say so.
Complete thread -- correct, verb form of stage means to plan, organize, and carry out
Complete thread -- Means laser-resistant endotracheal tube.
Complete thread -- Patient has end-stage renal disease. Doc says-- He is not being staged
Complete thread -- from what I see on the derm websites, you are correct
Complete thread -- Did you even read her question??????
Complete thread -- Nope, just relistened. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- It's very clear, and again, hepatomegaly is mentioned in exam itself. Moving on now.
Complete thread -- Just went back to exam itself, and he had said...
Complete thread -- Derm term
Complete thread -- I agree. can OP post voice file? If not, would flag it.
Complete thread -- He mentioned the hepatomegaly in the exam itself, too. I think I'll flag this. Thanks
Complete thread -- Good point.
Complete thread -- Doc is a bit all over the place, but he later goes on to say checking
Complete thread -- he is not saying hemianopsia 2+? I agree that is the most odd place for
Complete thread -- The trademark is not, but that is what they call idiosyncratic capitalization
Complete thread -- It seems like everything there is part of the eye exam. I cannot imagine it being
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had not sent it in and she later also referred to the Acapella. Is it not
Complete thread -- But it is incorrect.
Complete thread -- on the sole of the foot
Complete thread -- acute for first part of it (un cue)?
Complete thread -- Blew my mind the first time I heard it too, lol.
Complete thread -- Is this on the fingers or toes? onchy something maybe?
Complete thread -- Assessment: ....hepatomegaly *two positive* and possible exophthalmos. Please
Complete thread -- Thanks so much . . . . usually I do google, but it seemed way too simple! Was sure (contd)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- There ya go! Smiths Medical were proud to exhibit at the ... on the acapella® family of p
Complete thread -- Yes, check archives for blood patch, or google even.
Complete thread -- There is an Aquinox (AquinOx) mentioned in archives
Complete thread -- ESL doc - "blood patch???" intrathecal chemotherapy
Complete thread -- Hmm, maybe "and ablation." ??
Complete thread -- I don't see any live trademark for Aquanox either.
Complete thread -- s/l uh cue calling kisha per lesion
Complete thread -- Suboxyl-Plus sm
Complete thread -- they don't usually note the position in the op name
Complete thread -- No such thing on their website?
Complete thread -- the vertical incision ex lap might be one op but don't see how dorsal lithotomy fits
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Dorsal lithotomy (position) vertical incision, exploratory laparotomy.
Complete thread -- the baseline level is prior to stimulation, so it makes sense
Complete thread -- looks like it is correct to me
Complete thread -- Had genital warts, taken care with medication *ambulation.* Colonic polyps, etc.
Complete thread -- does this make sense? In a list of operations sm
Complete thread -- ACTH stimulation test s/l "baseline 5.44 stimulate 29.60"
Complete thread -- She is now on 15 liters **Aquanox** with a PO2 of 63. I google Aquanox and all I sm
Complete thread -- Bet you're right! Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't know why they'd use a laser (cutting) tube to intubate?? you
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thankns
Complete thread -- now see that that one was almost 50 minutes ago, so probably doesn't matter now.
Complete thread -- doc may have forgotten there IS a first syllable in the name?
Complete thread -- exactly the same here!!! but I felt like B'rer Rabbit with his fist in the Tar Baby!
Complete thread -- you overwrote a prior WAV that I was just answering below and trying to listen to again.
Complete thread -- pre-existing with some more disabling symptoms?
Complete thread -- ...prior sacral decubs (decubitus ulcers) and right ankle decub (decubitus) ulcers.
Complete thread -- She also has chronic problems with depression and anxiety and actually _____
Complete thread -- Don't feel bad I was reading it the same way you were and that is what threw me off. LOL
Complete thread -- I'm starting to think that's it but can't hear the "med" part at all.
Complete thread -- No, they don't care about grammar or spelling. Just mind reading. Are you listening?
Complete thread -- Medtronic?
Complete thread -- It was glottic.
Complete thread -- thanks all; it was gland
Complete thread -- correct--what is GRAN
Complete thread -- What is glan? How could it possibly "be right"?
Complete thread -- Did you look up what gran is? If so, is it right?
Complete thread -- His GLAND? as in prostate gland?
Complete thread -- orotracheal intubation with a s/l "tronic" laser tube
Complete thread -- This opened up the airway and provided more significant posterior s/l "buttock" openi
Complete thread -- s/l gran; is that right?
Complete thread -- oh never mind. That is something separate, I get it..
Complete thread -- wall thickening involving the pelvic sidewalls. How can ascites be thickened?
Complete thread -- (thank you so much!!!)
Complete thread -- No she is saying pelvic ascites. Just repeated it at the very end of the report.
Complete thread -- What are you on? Do you need suboxone too?
Complete thread -- I hope they expect you to know your grammar as well, i.e., does.
Complete thread -- pelvic sidewalls
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- then fix it or flag it.
Complete thread -- A CT of the abdomen and pelvis was obtained revealing wall thickening involving sm
Complete thread -- She says it again later in report (sm)
Complete thread -- see. I actually ... .. look at it. Placed acetic acid, and on multiple attempts
Complete thread -- do you have the state? City?
Complete thread -- You're welcome! LOL.
Complete thread -- can you go further into the report? Maybe doc "spills the beans" somewhere?
Complete thread -- Please SM. I'm helping out with GYN and am lost.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. nm
Complete thread -- last time I checked, my company expects me to be on, and so does my doctors I type for
Complete thread -- You are awesome!
Complete thread -- Last I checked, we weren't mindreaders. :)
Complete thread -- No deficit...and calculating when her very slow rate of responding was controlled for. Sh
Complete thread -- s/l Suboxyl ???
Complete thread -- Welcome!
Complete thread -- Known prior cigarette abuse. Right ankle _____ ulcers.
Complete thread -- Bentyl?
Complete thread -- Because all lab results are not going to be in the normal range and I felt this one was sm
Complete thread -- I knew I'd heard it before. Thank you both very much.
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Vitamins, Advair, estradiol, and s/l "mentil".
Complete thread -- usually meter per second is abbreviated. Missing words are"corresponding to a pressure
Complete thread -- If you are aware, why do you need to verify? I'm sorry but I'm confused.
Complete thread -- sojourn?
Complete thread -- sojourn? Check onelook.com.
Complete thread -- Wild guess: mild range of motion???
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought too.
Complete thread -- I am aware of normal labs that is why I wanted to verify.
Complete thread -- with cardiologists and urologists in the past year during my s/l soljurn
Complete thread -- I think you are hearing them right, but I would flag that ALT
Complete thread -- See the link above? It says NORMAL LABS. Check there and you may find what you need.
Complete thread -- Busta is a friendly, "down-home" pronunciation of "Buster"analogous to Brudda for Brother
Complete thread -- albumin _____ , AST _____ , ALT _____ . I have values on these but want to verify sm
Complete thread -- Sorry! Patient had left total knee arthroplasty and is now having
Complete thread -- me 2.
Complete thread -- I believe there's a rap singer name of Busta Rhymes. . . no?
Complete thread -- What kind of CT scan. Where are we? What's the diagnosis or impression?
Complete thread -- Sorry! I ordered a CT scan with s/l mal suppression
Complete thread -- ???
Complete thread -- I ordered a CT scan with s/l "Maher Al-Koubaytari, M.D.
Complete thread -- I ordered a CT scan with s/l "Maher Al-Koubaytari, M.D.
Complete thread -- I ordered a CT scan with s/l "Maher Al-Koubaytari, M.D.
Complete thread -- I ordered a CT scan with s/l "Maher Al-Koubaytari, M.D.
Complete thread -- I figured it out, NMES unit
Complete thread -- Not really, but that don't mean anything nowdays. saying Buster?
Complete thread -- anyone heard of first name s/l "Busta"? (male patient in his 70's)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I will flag for dose. It is not clear but does like Lopressor. Thanks.
Complete thread -- RxList says it only comes in 50-mg or 100-mg tablets. It'd be near impossible
Complete thread -- PT report
Complete thread -- Did not think that came as 6.25. Does not show in the book but I did a spot on Google.
Complete thread -- Lopressor?
Complete thread -- good bruit and thrill? good bruit through AV fistula?
Complete thread -- Okay thanks.
Complete thread -- oops, not posting wav. someone beat me.
Complete thread -- WAV posted. I hear digital!
Complete thread -- changed to MP3 file, will give history too.
Complete thread -- Sorry. wav is not there, someone posted over it.
Complete thread -- TY for that insight! :)
Complete thread -- for the archives= I'm going with "lemon-on-a-stick" appearance
Complete thread -- we must have posted at the same. Repost and I will make mine an MP3.
Complete thread -- WAG. can you hear "digitalis"
Complete thread -- Thinking it should be digoxin toxicity (not digitoxicity) & digoxin levels (not digital)
Complete thread -- some form of that is usually mentioned; perhaps dye reaction?
Complete thread -- wav file, I think she could be saying Lopressor but not sure and dose is wrong too
Complete thread -- No cyanosis, clubbing, or edema. Her left upper extremity _____ arteriovenous
Complete thread -- digitoxicity
Complete thread -- Pt with complications of chronic kidney disease and digitoxicity. s/l digital levels
Complete thread -- Phys. exam help. s/l "lebanon stick" kind of appearance with a buffalo hump.
Complete thread -- Slurring one word in PE. Intact sensation and s/l "surgniture" cranial nerves.
Complete thread -- No but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- is there any chance you're hearing C-reactive protein?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- allergic reaction (to the dye)?
Complete thread -- maybe Endeavor
Complete thread -- NM, will flag and send in now.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Just wanted to see if I might be overlooking something. I agree with you.
Complete thread -- Says again under assessment: He underwent *end-liver* drug-eluting stent.
Complete thread -- I'd suspect just a horrible pronounciation of asbestos.
Complete thread -- Just in list: History of *as best TALL* exposure (with emphasis on last
Complete thread -- punctured?
Complete thread -- He had an *an-livvier* stent placed in the proximal LAD. I tried googling
Complete thread -- the gallbladder was _____ with wavy
Complete thread -- OMG, I was so off! (But this goes to show you how Spanish ESL can really
Complete thread -- ESL doc listing blood work s/l elleprepration sm
Complete thread -- 7 fifths of vodka?
Complete thread -- (Oops, I meant this to go beneath post about third one below.)
Complete thread -- s/l direction. Risks, benefits, and alternatives to diagnostic arteriography
Complete thread -- Says it again at end. Pt to see primary doc given DX of *thrombo bell-eye* infection.
Complete thread -- "s/l seven five" of vodka. (Please Help. Thank you).
Complete thread -- way less, more like not even
Complete thread -- the gallbladder was *splinted* with wavy grasper
Complete thread -- Pt recently diagnosied with *thrombo emboli* infection of his toes.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Me too.
Complete thread -- adhered to each other again??? is what I'm hearing for the first....no idea if fits tho
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I think I hear something in between. Of course, with Spanish ESL,
Complete thread -- Hmm, seeing that defined in context of cardiac/heart. I'd better flag. Thanks, anyway.
Complete thread -- could it simply be beta-agonist?
Complete thread -- Oh, just saw this! Will look into that. Thanks so much for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- big guess here - dyssynchrony
Complete thread -- were excised _______ again .... separated ______ compression of the median
Complete thread -- thanks. Will check with my employer.
Complete thread -- The areolar complex *was made* 42 mm.
Complete thread -- He continues to endorse some *dis-in-crow-knee* with the CPAP machine and insomnia.
Complete thread -- Yes, I did read about tagged red cell, just was not sure if this is th ...
Complete thread -- Oh, wait! I've just reread it with your suggestion, and I see how it could make sense!
Complete thread -- abdomen was prepped and draped _________
Complete thread -- Could, but seems he could've finished his thought. Thanks, though. Probably best to flag
Complete thread -- Spanish ESL killing me. For COPD, pt on *beta-bonnic gernist,* long-acting...
Complete thread -- ?tagged cell scan (plse check, just a WAG)
Complete thread -- My fingers are acting up today... :-)
Complete thread -- Actually, I checked at onelook.com.. I just went back and found it and found my "old"
Complete thread -- ?does he just mean the tumor is in part of the opacity (just a WAG)
Complete thread -- Context: If he does have more lower GI bleeding the site could be accu ...
Complete thread -- If you even so much as typed the phrase into google, you could NOT have missed it.
Complete thread -- just curious--where did you look it up?
Complete thread -- s/l meo-make-uh splinting. plse sm for context
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I totally agree it is a lot less likely than PT/INR as I stated above
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did look it up but obviously missed it big time...
Complete thread -- Please tell us why you could not look this term up to see if it's a "proper term".
Complete thread -- Word help - "TAG" health scan
Complete thread -- Have you tried drugs.com phonetic search?
Complete thread -- prior to that, they HAD been up and down...
Complete thread -- look it up!! nutrient vessels - definition of nutrient vessels in the Medical ...vessel /
Complete thread -- Doubt polymerase chain reaction (PCR) fits this context.
Complete thread -- I also think PT/INR is more likely than PCR but there is PCR if that is what you heard
Complete thread -- Is "nutrient vessel" a proper term?
Complete thread -- oops, did not paste in right, antithrombin III, not thrombin, sorry
Complete thread -- The patient uses s/l "difluzide" cream. Also uses Sotalol 80 mg twice a day,
Complete thread -- punctuation thoughts
Complete thread -- Left lower lobe opacity with the tumor being *in part.* The differential is...
Complete thread -- antithrombin III PT/INR
Complete thread -- You need to correct some punctuation.
Complete thread -- that is what I thought I heard
Complete thread -- oooops. Didn't get to finish my s/l "dye-
Complete thread -- s/l dye-
Complete thread -- Gosh, I just noticed much earlier in same note he said aspirin *75* mg q.d. I think best
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- Is he saying "first notification" perhaps? (would be set off by commas)
Complete thread -- I'd go with what he said. Both are listed in my Stedman's. Especially that
Complete thread -- please see msg. TY
Complete thread -- day the gram-positive cocci in clusters _____ notification which
Complete thread -- ESL clearly says aspirin *225* mg daily which this male pt with CAD takes...
Complete thread -- Patient with back pain. He says it is along the intermuscular left side of the lumbar
Complete thread -- Hypoxic respiratory failure in patient w/ COPD (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l desumpsio clamp
Complete thread -- That was what I thought. It just seemed odd.
Complete thread -- medication s/l Callasil
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That was my thought, too, though I couldn't be 100% certain.
Complete thread -- abnormal
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- global assessment of functioning = GAF. check that out
Complete thread -- No idea how to type/format this. Can someone please take a look? Thank You
Complete thread -- no... lower to higher...
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. I have a word in there but just not sure it makes it sense.
Complete thread -- Doc giving a range that goes backward: seventy-five to forty white blood cells.
Complete thread -- CK spelling Maisonneuve fracture involves a fracture of the medial malleolus of the ankle
Complete thread -- Maisonneuve
Complete thread -- Maisonneuve ?
Complete thread -- nondisplaced proximal fibular neck fracture, but not a *mess-nuve* injury.
Complete thread -- Thank you both
Complete thread -- see link for article about visual fields...I am not conversant
Complete thread -- Various ways..for instance type a questionable word or
Complete thread -- uh, usually notes a correction. Don't believe I've ever used or seen nasal field, but
Complete thread -- For recent archives, put your keyword(s) in the box ABOVE "NEW SEARCH"
Complete thread -- Patient complaining of waking with loss of lateral part of visual field in her right
Complete thread -- How do we search the archives on this board?
Complete thread -- Yes. You use the comma for a series of adjectives when
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would feel comfortable using parenteral
Complete thread -- I would place the comma after every
Complete thread -- Patient with hiatal hernia. Patient has longstanding history of
Complete thread -- a constant, sharp, shooting pain (comma after constant?)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- reservoir.
Complete thread -- left internal mammary artery .. bypass with LIMA.
Complete thread -- weight loss has plateaued with gastric band
Complete thread -- Status post quadruple bypass with a *LIMA*.
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- Added wav. Hear something else too.
Complete thread -- per the BoS, intracranial and extracranial -- accounts may have other
Complete thread -- Weight loss (classified) gastric band
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll bet that's it! :)
Complete thread -- How would you type "intra and extra cranial hemorrhage"? Intra- and extracranial?
Complete thread -- was obtained from the patient
Complete thread -- occult?
Complete thread -- Change the verb to "gotten?"
Complete thread -- Would you leave as dictated? This is supposed to be verbatim, but this does not sound
Complete thread -- Pt with pain status post fall (prior knee replacement)
Complete thread -- anaerobes and Staph(ylococcus) aureus
Complete thread -- yep aortic focus (meaning area where the murmur
Complete thread -- ahh, he presents with his significant other, Lucille.
Complete thread -- *anna rose def arias*
Complete thread -- Thanks, though I wonder if he meant prominentia.
Complete thread -- half NS (normalsaline), goal blood sugars less than ?
Complete thread -- seems like what you have is correct-though found only 1 hit on google.. pl see link
Complete thread -- Oh no. I guess I forgot to delete after the question. Sorry. I have reposted.
Complete thread -- He presents with a significant level of___. He denies any cough or sputum
Complete thread -- Got it--- Fibrillar
Complete thread -- Proc: Fulguration of endometriosis. D: The s/l "fibilar" was placed within the
Complete thread -- post deleted
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Complete thread -- azithromycin? doxycycline? (Just some others I see listed for treatment of this.)
Complete thread -- You have nearly the entire report recorded. Can't hear the blank
Complete thread -- Bilateral cosmetic prominotia (?) ears
Complete thread -- cefuroxime ? ceftriaxone ?
Complete thread -- ceftriaxone is one possibility, but be careful, some others might sound
Complete thread -- s/l seth ur ick son for community-acquired pneumonia
Complete thread -- I found it, Dovonex--no thanks to Dr. Mumbles... Thanx!
Complete thread -- Thank you. SM
Complete thread -- He presents with a significant level of ___.
Complete thread -- Need context
Complete thread -- Psoriasis: TP has both/skin manifestations; using "bilimex" cream.
Complete thread -- s/l controyed for four
Complete thread -- normal saline to D5 half *in eff lance* blood sugars less than 250
Complete thread -- fruity warm breath?
Complete thread -- *uh flute warn breath* consistent with DKA
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in
Complete thread -- in or and?
Complete thread -- correct - pls see link inside
Complete thread -- large platelet *forms*
Complete thread -- ty :)
Complete thread -- ? at risk or at risk for
Complete thread -- there is?
Complete thread -- verbally assaultive, **a wrist** homicidal activity
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!!
Complete thread -- vertebrobasilar dolichoectasia
Complete thread -- dolichoectasia
Complete thread -- s/l vertebral basilar "doleco exphagia"
Complete thread -- no, thanks for trying
Complete thread -- WAG-anchor?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- 2nd to 5th
Complete thread -- archives has it with numbers 2nd, 5th.. etc.
Complete thread -- Retained hardware removal from knee, the 65 s/l anthal screw?
Complete thread -- is it second-to-fifth metatarsal head resections or 2nd-5th?
Complete thread -- no glass mentioned. This was an assault with a fist.
Complete thread -- glass? is glass mentioned later?
Complete thread -- scratchy **blast** foreign body feeling in her left eye
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l *thrombolysis*?? was done or given??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- posted an mp3 :)
Complete thread -- drug help with punctuation.
Complete thread -- femoral access? *site*/*sheath*(guessing without voice, no access to .wav-only mp3)
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- can you give more info.. like under what section is this dictated.. or what is the plan?
Complete thread -- sorry. thanks Mgt's fan!!!!
Complete thread -- you are welcome, but I am her (Mgt's) fan :-)
Complete thread -- thanks BB and Mgt for your help. Will flag.
Complete thread -- ty BB for recording it... but I can only guess - sinus "type of" congestion? - not sure
Complete thread -- A tiny thrombus was suspected and a TEE was s/l deferred. Is itright?
Complete thread -- I re-recorded it as mp3. First sounds like Achilles.
Complete thread -- can u post mp3.. (or a s/l for the blank)?
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thanks (also for typo) I did google before and didn't find it, but now I
Complete thread -- Actually i'm very rarely on this board,. N the person who said i wasted his time, i'm sure he's off
Complete thread -- should be - pronounced murmur; focus seems fine (look it up in the dictionary)
Complete thread -- All I can say for sure is that it googles and that it is in archives twice
Complete thread -- sorry. aortic s/l focus
Complete thread -- aotic s/l focu "He does have a very pronounce murmur, grade III/VI in the aortic s/l
Complete thread -- VP shunt drains into the abdomen.
Complete thread -- would you like to ask about advertising rates?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Asians are welcome here. Wes.....not so much, lol.
Complete thread -- Awww, it sucks to be you, doesn't it. How sad.
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Complete thread -- wav not posted.
Complete thread -- Will the Asians pls get off this board..
Complete thread -- pulmonary doctor
Complete thread -- It was NOT present anywhere else in the report..
Complete thread -- ? Shunt on chest x-ray. I think it's BP, just want to check
Complete thread -- Could be either one, depending on if they checked one arm or both
Complete thread -- Radial pulses 2+. or Radial pulse is 2+. ? ...
Complete thread -- offshore => Lahore, Pakistan
Complete thread -- I have a job already, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Please check our site for jobs
Complete thread -- Rapaflo has been in archives for almost a year now, lol.
Complete thread -- Looks like you just needed to listen to the whole report before
Complete thread -- Thanks very much to both of you!
Complete thread -- hey it's TTP, thanks a lot for trying..
Complete thread -- TTT might be "tenderness to touch". I have one who says that
Complete thread -- hmm, found TT/TT (transtibial and found TF transfemoral
Complete thread -- A little more detail might help. What follows TTT? What is the complaint?
Complete thread -- s/l TTT
Complete thread -- It's Rapaflo, which is a medication for BPH, Joe answers his own OP
Complete thread -- You two are spot-on with that one, TYVM. (Seldom do cardio.) "Paroxysmal" is plausible
Complete thread -- yep. thanks!
Complete thread -- Fred Meyer's?
Complete thread -- Does Jack Doe work for Health Management Associates (HMA) in Maryland?
Complete thread -- paroxymal atrial fibrillation? Agree on Wenckebach for the other one
Complete thread -- Wenckebach?
Complete thread -- MP3. patient with plantar fasciitis.
Complete thread -- Two cardio questions - pls sm.
Complete thread -- "rabiflow"
Complete thread -- acquire
Complete thread -- end branch
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just sent in with a blank.
Complete thread -- HMA sm...
Complete thread -- although difficult to hear with no significant breaths by patient.
Complete thread -- although difficult, with no significant....etc
Complete thread -- enhanced study is correct
Complete thread -- Appears clear to auscultation, although difficult to _____ with no significant deep
Complete thread -- wow. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- aortic root ectasia
Complete thread -- there are other things to think about
Complete thread -- PROBLEM LIST: "1. Ascending aortic _______ – Dilated ascending ...
Complete thread -- Terumo wires are used in all kinds of vascular procedures including
Complete thread -- bayonet sign (knees)
Complete thread -- that has to be it!! Thanks
Complete thread -- Dexilant?
Complete thread -- agree, now.
Complete thread -- I'm less fond of this link b/c dense with turbidimetry info for all sorts of things, not
Complete thread -- Thanks. Link=intriguing. A lay person reports ref 0.0-13.9 for "RA Latex Turbid"
Complete thread -- oh, actually, I think the Rheumatoid arthritis goes with the test name, not with previous
Complete thread -- Thank You! (going to check them out now! :-)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- has burning-type pain in mid-sternum area and is prescribed some med
Complete thread -- ballotable?
Complete thread -- "s/l Ba-lo" patellar test (Please help. Thank you).
Complete thread -- cefatrizine?
Complete thread -- Archie? I thought her name was "Ellen". Perhaps you posted in the wrong
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!
Complete thread -- you're right, Margaret, about the latex and quantitative. see links above that I found,
Complete thread -- here's a link incl. turbidimetry. can't figure out now how I even originally came
Complete thread -- latex quantitative turbidity? or turbidimetry?
Complete thread -- aha!!! believe your "kravor" is instead "calor," meaning heat, incr warmth. I was "stuck"
Complete thread -- (although I'd certainly consider them "onerous" if I had to wear them! LOL) continuous?
Complete thread -- Very good point.
Complete thread -- You should flag even if you know the germ=pseudomonas. There are far too many "cefa-Wonder
Complete thread -- Several proprietary labs provide RF LA tests. Maybe your s/l=name of the specific proprie
Complete thread -- there's a 0.038 Terumo that's used in -cardiac- procedures
Complete thread -- Maybe different punctuation is needed "suggestive of lupus, mctd, RA. Latex (agglutinatio
Complete thread -- "stippled pattern" is one qualitative pattern of a positive ANA that comes to mind.
Complete thread -- thank you so much. i couldn't hear anything but "expiration."
Complete thread -- Pt w/breast CA and heart valve. Med s/l cef-tur-iz-uh-deen. Can only find
Complete thread -- s/l excoriation marks
Complete thread -- you are close. Look at the possible qualitative results for rheumatoid factor latex agglut
Complete thread -- WAV. what marks? kid with bug bites.
Complete thread -- Pt with positive ANA suggestive of lupus, mixed connective tissue disease.Rheumatoid
Complete thread -- Usually the R designates a VERY TALL R, and r designates a VERY SHORT r, and position
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks to both. He dictated that hyphen -- I shoulda known better!
Complete thread -- listen for a bone plug, but the sentence is kinda off. agree no - in patellar tendon
Complete thread -- patellar tendon graft, no hyphen necessary
Complete thread -- In op report for brain surgery, devices used: 038 soft * s/l rumo* wire.
Complete thread -- Hello, Archie?? ARCHIE!! You there??
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you
Complete thread -- desi not difi
Complete thread -- s/l difipramine
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- your forgot to say what is being ranged (ROM) so here is link sm.
Complete thread -- ACL repair. Speed talker here. Speed listener I'm not. Pls help.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? Internal rotation at 90 degrees of flexion of 10 degrees on
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I am ready to scream :(
Complete thread -- I can't find anything. I can tell you if it is plural pumpS, you need there ARE
Complete thread -- Ready to go off page, (nobody ans.) so brought up to top. ABI defined
Complete thread -- mesh/people?
Complete thread -- Why is it not helpful. People read that mess and think bad agreement is
Complete thread -- Stedman's Cardio shows rSR' (' = prime) and RSR
Complete thread -- If your acct requires verbatim, give it to him, but usually see RSR
Complete thread -- I last saw her for ulcer of the right foot. Since then there is hyper ...
Complete thread -- watch your verb; not there are other good stuff, but should be there is other good stuff!
Complete thread -- Doc dictates as follows: "ECG small R, big S, small R in V1, intermittent."
Complete thread -- Oh stoppppp, people like you are annoying, draining and not helpful, learn to mesh/people
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure onerous is not correct. Can you provide more and double
Complete thread -- Ohh, how sad huh. Sounds like private office acct? If so, call office manager for samples
Complete thread -- see rules of the board re context pls
Complete thread -- there are other ?? you need to watch your agreements.
Complete thread -- s/l Stienecker onerous venous pumps for chronic lymphedema.
Complete thread -- You are correct; he is mispronouncing telangiectasias (prob misremembering the word)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes. Excessive use of Afrin causes "rebound" nasal stuffiness, which prompts pt to use ev
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't see until after the fact. Hereis good MRI abbre site. sharing
Complete thread -- In past medical history, doc says what sounds like "Afrin excess". Afrin is a nasal
Complete thread -- As part of physical exam, doc says "Tympanic membranes: Minimal *tee-lan-jay-shus".
Complete thread -- someone already offered that.
Complete thread -- found this STIR images sm
Complete thread -- It was the line of Toldt, thanks.
Complete thread -- ? Peritoneal reflection (white line of Toldt). ?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- With the splenic flexure completely mobilized, the s/l "live toll" was intact
Complete thread -- STIR T2 ?
Complete thread -- usually hear T2 ?
Complete thread -- s/l sterse
Complete thread -- thank you! got another one above!
Complete thread -- muscle belly
Complete thread -- s/l bilia
Complete thread -- she did say paragraph after period so you could be right but I just left a blank because I
Complete thread -- ooOOoo! I'm sure you are correct!!
Complete thread -- ?maybe she started to say paragraph (pair), then realized she meant period
Complete thread -- panplexus and panplexopathy I'd guess
Complete thread -- For nearly 30 years. It is not a bad decision. If you knew anything
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene! My friend's husband is dying of cirrhosis of the liver and she is in
Complete thread -- And just exactly how long have you been an MT? Not for long I wager
Complete thread -- Thanks for your suggestions, appreciate
Complete thread -- found this, though since cannot HEAR it etc sm
Complete thread -- This speaks very, very fast. Could it possibly be diaphyseal region?
Complete thread -- no because she paused a long while before saying "pair period"
Complete thread -- likely pen plexus lesion or pen plexopathy
Complete thread -- rubber?
Complete thread -- could it be dorsal?
Complete thread -- Could pair be a stumble before period?
Complete thread -- Patient with foot pain, prescribed roter inserts.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help... I am new to BiPAPs.
Complete thread -- Cannot find anything period spelled inhan, so it may be a facility specific
Complete thread -- goodness, you need to get some samples somehow from her, yes, that is fair.
Complete thread -- if they wish to proceed with that "pair"
Complete thread -- yep, glad you got IT, one less blank hey hey "smile"
Complete thread -- Any Rad people on the board? Inhan study (enhanced?) Here is what is dictated
Complete thread -- Please help. Podiatry question. TY
Complete thread -- Podiatry. No atrophic changes noted on feet. No s/l kravor noted. nm
Complete thread -- yes, increasing it at a rate of 1 cm H2O and the maximum for both settings
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene. I believe I can hear "to" now. Appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- Please provide help with neuroradiology embolization
Complete thread -- You are saying, epicritic sensation intact to monofilament?
Complete thread -- hmm, guess I would put as was dictated or-- intact TO monofilament.sm
Complete thread -- We will try to increase his BiPAP pressure by *1 cm H20 to 14/10.* Is this written
Complete thread -- I would either send to QA or put just as you has it, there is no excuse
Complete thread -- please see msg. TY
Complete thread -- Too late, I'm sure, but probably "help rejecting" meaning she's finding reasons
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Should have known I was misspelling. :)
Complete thread -- use common sense here. statins are the CLASS of medications. it should
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- Iglesias
Complete thread -- cholelithiasis/cholecystitis
Complete thread -- I ordered abdominal sonogram to rule out coli"lick i a sis"/colicystitis, as the
Complete thread -- The patient had BPH w/TURP. Used Gyrus resectoscope band with sm
Complete thread -- (me, too. Duh is me, LOL)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- Just found the post below. Oh.
Complete thread -- chest bellows -- chest bellows component of the respiratory system includes the bony thor
Complete thread -- No!!! Need to flag when dealing with meds
Complete thread -- chest bellows disease? lung efficiency as bellows is reduced?
Complete thread -- s/l chess ballow
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! what a good idea!
Complete thread -- (no, just was PMD for many vegetarians, both with and without a cultural heritage of veget
Complete thread -- didn't see your post below, but maybe "laborious"??
Complete thread -- u are genius
Complete thread -- encounter? acquire?
Complete thread -- adductor nerve palsy, meaning medial rectus working suboptimally
Complete thread -- maybe "all rejecting"?
Complete thread -- (thanks for asking!:-) is your s/l "vitamin with Eff-EE" (letters F, e) chem symbol for
Complete thread -- YES, fairly obvious. statin medications
Complete thread -- RE my post below about s/l glabrous breathing, even tho I hear a B sound, I think he
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- 'lytes, short for electrolytes. Common.
Complete thread -- having labs checked for...
Complete thread -- (wag, no audio) "vitamin with Fe," meaning no vitamin with iron.
Complete thread -- agree with "last." Go by your acct, but the meaning = "last," and "line"=very uncommon
Complete thread -- last sentence pls
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Dictated med "Ortho-Tri-s/l seen." very clear. Is this just a mixup of
Complete thread -- which he states to me today?
Complete thread -- may be last?
Complete thread -- s/l line but can't find that on google
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l "hell projecting"
Complete thread -- no it is s/m
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- drinking history
Complete thread -- **She says she did not inquire** any particular insects or other encounters.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- I wish that was it, but it was clearly 2 syllables. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Got it. It's "cool to palpation, no effusion.
Complete thread -- Nulliparous.
Complete thread -- s/l "no-lip-err-us" female (sm)
Complete thread -- Ok, I don't know how that one word can sound both like questionable and cholesterol to me
Complete thread -- Oh DUH !!! Guess I was having a senior moment. Many thanks.
Complete thread -- I thought cholesterol could have been in there too.
Complete thread -- I hear history of elevated cholesterol nm
Complete thread -- No space (17q). Not sure about the rest.
Complete thread -- pectus (chest)
Complete thread -- OneLook above is an excellent resource to look up word definitions.
Complete thread -- I hear a possible "cholesterol elevation", but not 100% sure.
Complete thread -- s/l pectis or peptis
Complete thread -- Yep, intra- as within
Complete thread -- Peripheral joints unremarkable for deformities or synovitis. Crepitus
Complete thread -- wav file, do not want to sway you but is that history of questionable MI or am I all
Complete thread -- patient
Complete thread -- is the 17 q 25.3 the correct way to put it?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I do not do much physical therapy and never heard of those.
Complete thread -- Lofstrand
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- What is pa?
Complete thread -- Did he have a biopsy? stereotactic?
Complete thread -- Pa xray finds CHF, shows s/l intervascular engorgement. Wouldn't this be intravascula
Complete thread -- very rarely obstructive sleep apnea can cause papilledema, incr ICP, just as superior vena
Complete thread -- wag: (trans)articular? Transarticular pin fixation has been used successfully to stabiliz
Complete thread -- has anyone ever heard of s/l eyeground problems being associated with sleep apnea? SM
Complete thread -- thanks anyway!!
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- laborious breathing is fine
Complete thread -- Finochietto (rib retractor)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pa wakes his wife up at night kicking around in bed. SM
Complete thread -- couldn't come up with anything.. maybe someone else might..
Complete thread -- We gained exposure with a *finshedo*
Complete thread -- you are right, mild, I can't imagine anything else
Complete thread -- there is a Lebsche sternal knife - check if it is that
Complete thread -- "barta" pin in ankle fracture?
Complete thread -- hypomagnesemia
Complete thread -- The *rich key* knife was then used
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- delta wave to suggest Wolff-Parkinson{(-White?)}
Complete thread -- Will listen for that....thanks!
Complete thread -- That's it..he's saysing "DOSS" not "DUSS" Thanks!
Complete thread -- There is no - in 0 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- He spells it out.
Complete thread -- On an EKG report, doctor says: there was no evidence of a s/l deltoid ...
Complete thread -- Cryselle (28) Oral : User Ratings covering uses, effectiveness ...Jul 30, 2010 ... Find us
Complete thread -- A couple of different ways, may be your account has a preference, bu
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for the help.
Complete thread -- DOS (docusate)?? (context? is he spelling it or does it s/l that?)
Complete thread -- Is this a drug, I mean. No, that's all I have. The discharge
Complete thread -- BCP generic version s/l "Krisell"
Complete thread -- At this point I feel that if we were able to see what was going on ins ...
Complete thread -- ? Is there any supporting context here????
Complete thread -- He will be sent home on "DUSS" Is this a driu?
Complete thread -- WAG an occular
Complete thread -- Need help formatting a sentence with numbered points in the sentence
Complete thread -- s/l "stereotek" done was read as normal and CT of chest was recommended.
Complete thread -- SHe has history of "ad octor* nerve palsy causing blurred vision.
Complete thread -- titration of his asthma meds.
Complete thread -- Pluralizing. Will have to consult documentation for client and/or style rules
Complete thread -- Ambien?
Complete thread -- Meniscal reconstruction with soft s/l haluses, taluses, palaces
Complete thread -- Ecotrin, Fioricet, Tagamet, *amberlin* and he was formerly on Cymbalta and Aciphex.
Complete thread -- s/l penetration of his asthma medications.
Complete thread -- "floor" means a hospital floor. Pts are transferred from ER "to the floor." If the ward's
Complete thread -- Hyphen in compound adjective wide-based gait, a gate that is wide based
Complete thread -- cannula....sorry, hopeless fingers!
Complete thread -- Many, many thanks
Complete thread -- got it, canula
Complete thread -- 1st = Osler nodes. 2nd = Janeway lesions
Complete thread -- carpal tunnel release. s/l Kenyo was then applied to the obturator
Complete thread -- maybe he wanted an extra in case.?? LOL
Complete thread -- Clozaril ?
Complete thread -- s/l "oscillar nodes" and "Jamie lesions"
Complete thread -- I know about Port-A-Cath, but he dictated "porta catheter" and I was just
Complete thread -- med **closet nill**
Complete thread -- never thought of parenthesis...duh...thanks to ya both!
Complete thread -- What did the doctor dictate? That would be the preferred.
Complete thread -- kinda long sentence, but that is how they do it. Looks okay to me
Complete thread -- Thank you all! ...
Complete thread -- from Drugs.com .... oxycodone (Percocet) 5/325
Complete thread -- try rotator cuff impingement (which the MRI certainly suggests) versus labral tearing
Complete thread -- Check their link and check spelling of words
Complete thread -- Floor examination, meaning right at the bedside w/ battery otoscope, not in
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- also, they have it as 2 words, Life Line
Complete thread -- ankle-brachial??? I googled lifelife screening and searched the term index on their site..
Complete thread -- A Lifeline screen in June 2007 revealed no evidence for carotic athero ...
Complete thread -- will listen again thanks.
Complete thread -- punctuation help please...s.m.
Complete thread -- oxycodone 5/325?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- she takes oxycodone **520** 325 p.r.n.
Complete thread -- s/l floors examination is consistent with likely left otitis media as well as left o
Complete thread -- I hear flap (I think! fairly sure) (s/b tarsal - flap sm
Complete thread -- PORT-A-CATH® Implantable Venous Access Systems sm
Complete thread -- right upper lid posterior tarsus ____ about 0.3 x 0.2 mm
Complete thread -- Yes, thats it! Too early on Monday morning for my ears!!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- to plain Aldactone from Aldactazide?
Complete thread -- never mind -- figured it out, thanks!
Complete thread -- Pt with severe hypokalemia. Switched to plain Aldactone and "vivactazide" therapy...
Complete thread -- acute "focally" gangrenous.. sm
Complete thread -- Yes. Per AAMT Book of Style and Gregg Reference Manual, use a (sm)
Complete thread -- maybe he was saying #20, one to be taken one b.i.d. ... just repeating himself
Complete thread -- so what's your ?
Complete thread -- Normally very clear PA. I hear 21 but the math would be wrong. Should be #20
Complete thread -- I sure wouldn't transcribe porta cath!
Complete thread -- I think the first one.
Complete thread -- Found this on google -- carbapenemase-producing Klebsiella
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon -- change it to Port-A-Cath ?
Complete thread -- D: porta catheter. Not sure if I should change is to
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- could be Bisacodyl (laxative)
Complete thread -- Pt with UTI, CVA, hypertension, BPH, past hx of tuberculosis sm
Complete thread -- Ever hear of s/l backspraying suture?
Complete thread -- Pt with UTI sm please
Complete thread -- opinion needed
Complete thread -- a somewhat wide based unsteady gait (hyphen after wide? wide-based?)
Complete thread -- I think it is "a course of". Thank you.
Complete thread -- occult? course of??
Complete thread -- (meant left upper lobe lesion)
Complete thread -- help with wav
Complete thread -- can you switch it to auto-PEEP?
Complete thread -- The only one I could find with an "a" was Artefill.
Complete thread -- google
Complete thread -- S/l autopeeping
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- Uh, no.
Complete thread -- I guess the dogs could have put the car in reverse and he hit the car while chasing
Complete thread -- I guess the dogs could have put the car in reverse and he hit the car while chasing
Complete thread -- yes, TY- I was really wondering!!
Complete thread -- s/l Althera?
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- Considering this person can't even come up with a coherent sentence
Complete thread -- If you go to onelook.com above and look at some of the dictionary
Complete thread -- would spell out one dissection and listen for retractor after O'Connor-Sullivan
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- that comma before and helps give clarity to the sentence and completes the clause
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 0-Vicryl
Complete thread -- dunno your s/l, but angles, not angels
Complete thread -- It appears that... cavities seem
Complete thread -- Munion clamp? sm
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- check out serial commas
Complete thread -- hee hee this is good - and I believe that last comma helps in this case
Complete thread -- Yes! This is it!! THANKS!!
Complete thread -- book dedication: To my parents, Oprah Winfrey and God.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It is, but it isn't wrong. I should have taken it out though. Please forgive me.
Complete thread -- Yes, something along those lines...
Complete thread -- still think the comma right before "and" is totally unnecessary.
Complete thread -- What I would do
Complete thread -- stick to your guns and your common sense. A lotta QAs don't know squat
Complete thread -- No comma necessary after 'oblique' ('and' takes the place of a comma) ...
Complete thread -- when it is the end of the sentence???!!
Complete thread -- no comma necessary before 'otherwise.'
Complete thread -- 'coz I'm confused bec some of my reports QA'd having comma before " ...
Complete thread -- comma help
Complete thread -- ??? Why would you think that?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- you're welcome!
Complete thread -- Beautiful! TY so much
Complete thread -- oh, so much clearer -- a tendon sheath ganglion.
Complete thread -- another wild guess - inverse nick used to create....
Complete thread -- prednisone?
Complete thread -- WAV posted. (not tissue ganglion I don't think) Have a listen.
Complete thread -- long shot, first part inverted??
Complete thread -- a tissue ganglion?
Complete thread -- unbelievable
Complete thread -- you mean: First, an xxx was used to...
Complete thread -- degree of variation -- and --
Complete thread -- palpable node on finger..... likely represents s/l tennis shoe ganglion (sm)
Complete thread -- Operative report... sm
Complete thread -- wag: "proven" or "proved" or even "prior"??
Complete thread -- wag: did he say "floor" because he forgot the word "plantar," or did he try to say "planta
Complete thread -- post kidney transplant
Complete thread -- There is a Vegas Valley Rehab
Complete thread -- Is there is a Vega Sally Rehab in South Nevada?
Complete thread -- Will have to flag. She is saying the "a" too clearly. Thank you, though! :)
Complete thread -- Acronym, Definition. CVAT, Costovertebral Angle Tenderness.
Complete thread -- CVAT ?
Complete thread -- Great site. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Soft, round, active bowel sounds, nontender. No masses. Negative
Complete thread -- Well I'd sure hate to see what kind of ruckus (sp?) it would cause if I had said I WAS
Complete thread -- archives and we all thank you!!!
Complete thread -- "did choose"?? wag
Complete thread -- here you go..this will help.
Complete thread -- those are Rh antigens ... Jka, Kpa I looking for a decent source.
Complete thread -- PECS = Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) -
Complete thread -- looked in Onco 4th 2004, stedman path/lab 3rd, could not find.
Complete thread -- Thanks. She's pretty clear. Patient has AML. I'll search a little more, but the
Complete thread -- Chapter 8 the Kell Blood GroupA milder reaction is caused by anti-k, anti-Kpa, anti-Kpb, a
Complete thread -- None of those are in Stedman's Oncology.
Complete thread -- Anti-C, anti-E, anti-JKA, anti-KPA, and a warm autoantibody were identi
Complete thread -- thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- creatine s/b creatinine
Complete thread -- last one worrisome if we started him - dictation jumps and I'm having trouble following
Complete thread -- worrisome to restart him
Complete thread -- last one-worrisome...
Complete thread -- 1st one is treated with insulin and glucose
Complete thread -- 3rd one is steroids
Complete thread -- hs is on many DNU lists. so hs is expanded out even though the others are not.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- OP Just ignore these skanks. They are the pretenders, pretending they are hot and cool
Complete thread -- yes you're right about that, it's client specs. thanks
Complete thread -- ? Ambien - saying nutrition panel not nutritional. Also says a.m. and
Complete thread -- need help with medicatio, wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TY BOTH
Complete thread -- "non-ST-elevated MI" for part of it?
Complete thread -- non-
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- I flagged. I usually hear remembered, recalled, repeated, etc. Can't hear any of that.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- I googled lung biopsy special stain * 1 - I did not find it, but I found this
Complete thread -- I googled QTF-1 stain and it gives me TTF-1 stain. Didn't
Complete thread -- lung biopsy special stain s/l QTF-1?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- IOW, I can't really make out your 1st blank because the first part sounds cut off.
Complete thread -- sequela episode? sounds like 1st part cut off. with right lower extremity someting
Complete thread -- syncopal episode, right lower extremity I would say
Complete thread -- The patient "ditch dus" 3 out of 3 objects and recalled all 3 after 5 minutes.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- he appears to have had an (s/l RZO) resection
Complete thread -- check fleur-de-lis
Complete thread -- It is possible that I would be interested in doing a *flir-ti-lee* abdominoplasty..
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for your feedback on the was!
Complete thread -- etc... meaning if you see anything out of place.
Complete thread -- "check my PUNCTUATION ETC in this letter."
Complete thread -- The only question I have is about the 2nd word - was when everything else is is.
Complete thread -- expect more denervation and, in the case of the former, conduction block; therefore, I
Complete thread -- This isn't the whole letter, and I specifically asked about a comma after former.
Complete thread -- You want us to grammar check the whole letter?
Complete thread -- Could someone check my punctuation, etc. in this letter for me? Thanks a bunch
Complete thread -- Dang, guys. OP said WITHOUT flagging or bolding and gave the medication as example. That
Complete thread -- For God's Sake! I DO NOT flag Naprosyn and naproxen. I did not say I did. That was my
Complete thread -- Well you are the one who asked! And you are the one with common sense! I would flag
Complete thread -- Well, you certainly have a different way of doing this job. Why you'd
Complete thread -- I am not going to continue explaining myself and how I handle situations, as I can very
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret! I changed it.
Complete thread -- elongated toenails? (shofagale = toenails? - not much like your s/l though)
Complete thread -- "thickened" instead of "thickening."
Complete thread -- Thank you! I think it is subungual. Any ideas for show-fa-gale?
Complete thread -- You would flag that?
Complete thread -- I certainly hope you don't waste time flagging examples like that?
Complete thread -- This may have been a bad example, but at the time, it was the only one I could think of.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't flag that either.
Complete thread -- I would not change impression. I am able to bold words to dictator's attention, though.
Complete thread -- thank you.. I was looking for pneumothorax, but did not think to look up thorax. Thxs.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure your example bears that out.
Complete thread -- Win, for once, has a point - she was talking about the Naprosyn/naproxen example the OP
Complete thread -- I agree to go with that if you hear it, Win, though I usually hear it the other way.
Complete thread -- Other examples: cerclage: encircling wire loop or ring to reduce ends of bone fx. SM
Complete thread -- Maybe subungual debris for "some ongold?"
Complete thread -- cerclage is a French word that means a circumferential closure. I would let him have it
Complete thread -- brand name??? Generic??? oh my
Complete thread -- Well, there is simply no way to tell someone doing this job how
Complete thread -- See msg. Podiatry question TY.
Complete thread -- Would never change final impression; don't think your comparison sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I do have common sense, but I was wondering if most would consider it okay to leave as is
Complete thread -- Interesting. I hear large more often. But if she does hear enlarged...
Complete thread -- Well now, lets see. When I look up circlage I find
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes, bad
Complete thread -- Are cerclage cables and circumferential cables pretty much same thing? In HPI dictat
Complete thread -- thorax = thoraces Simple to look up the plural form of thorax
Complete thread -- What is correct spelling for pleural number of pneumothorax__?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes I hear it more than I hear "a large"
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- If you hear enlarged, fibroid uterus, would go with that; often hear that.
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- Do you think more likely "a large fibroid uterus" or "enlarged fibroid uterus" would
Complete thread -- Thank you soooo much!!
Complete thread -- eponychium is the small band of epithelium that extends from the posterior nail wall onto
Complete thread -- Urine culture was recently negative?
Complete thread -- Not sure if that's it. I'll flag it. ...
Complete thread -- You are right. Heard the * cell negative or thought I might have. Thanks
Complete thread -- Another podiatry question.
Complete thread -- Thank you both for trying. I appreciate your help. Just about had it with this doc!!
Complete thread -- Second blank s/l *__ cell* negative. Not sure.
Complete thread -- *I will also check* blood cultures x2. Not sure on 2nd blank.
Complete thread -- thankx
Complete thread -- ? "difficulty raising it..." ?
Complete thread -- PT evaluation (physical therapy) don't know the other
Complete thread -- ? gradient variation?
Complete thread -- Zyprexa - from your context
Complete thread -- Speedy ortho doc, knee exam: Flexion beyond this is limited /sm
Complete thread -- med help s/l zaproxyl
Complete thread -- See msg. Podiatry question TY.
Complete thread -- Coarse opacity is noted throughout the lungs, suggestive of chronic lu ...
Complete thread -- thanx. patient is autistic. Looks like bx board is braille , so i don't think it's
Complete thread -- might be BX (but pronounced bix)...see link decide for yourself
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks. The whole sentence, allow strict blood cultures sounds off to me.
Complete thread -- OP, if you don't even know what the term dose means,you shouldn't be
Complete thread -- that's the sentence in the report
Complete thread -- since getting the Bix Board, the patient has been able to express himself
Complete thread -- doctor spelled it, definitely with X, can't hear if it's P or B (unless he spelled it
Complete thread -- Just a guess- Pics board? as in pictures?
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- s/l bix/pix board - assistive communication device for nonverbal adult
Complete thread -- LOLOLOLOL. Not very seasoned in this job are you? Really? You want
Complete thread -- YW--just run the vowels
Complete thread -- Thank you! Doc pronounces "E"pidra. :)
Complete thread -- Apidra
Complete thread -- ?see osteodestructive lesion on google
Complete thread -- Pt is on "epedra" insulin. TIA!
Complete thread -- muscle or tendinous injury
Complete thread -- Wow I feel sorry for you all if you just type what is dictated without doing your jobs,
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: There is no evidence of an abnormally enhancing mass within ...
Complete thread -- they often say something about lochia after the fundus firm, nontender.
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. I'll send it to QA. ...
Complete thread -- Most accounts allow what they call a timestamp. I'm not sure why they'
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- This patient never "seeked treatment". Argh.
Complete thread -- I was wondering, because my translators translated it into pox!? None
Complete thread -- That is exactly what you do. I only do one flag for what I figure to be multiple words
Complete thread -- oops, "ruede," not "ruele" or "ruela"
Complete thread -- That's all in the hands of your accounts. If you just cannot hear what they say for
Complete thread -- list-means tilt
Complete thread -- What do you do if you just cannot understand what the doctor is saying ...
Complete thread -- (and at the end of the soccer game, announcer intones "Y ahora la pelota no ruele mas!)
Complete thread -- s/l *lisp*.. Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- OMG, OMG, OMG!
Complete thread -- wav file. I think there is a word in there but just not positive!
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh! I copied that off a translation page.. bad me.
Complete thread -- role???
Complete thread -- role the ball - :)
Complete thread -- OP, you are confused about the term "dose." "Dose" means what tp actually
Complete thread -- I would not make this 2 sentences-
Complete thread -- I'm sure the OP has already flagged, as stated below. Sucks to be her!
Complete thread -- If unknown dose is dictated, it could mean several things
Complete thread -- that doc wants a plasma cortisol also is the "hint" re disease he wants to r/o, other test
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- pox the ball???
Complete thread -- I MEANT it doesn't mean the dosage given will be 100 mg, could be two or three 100 mg tabs
Complete thread -- Sure, but I was directing this to the statement made "Darvocet-N 100 does not mean it's 10
Complete thread -- plasma metanephrins? for pheochromocytoma
Complete thread -- Ahora ruela la pelota!!!
Complete thread -- Right, but how many tablets to be taken is still unknown.
Complete thread -- Correct. That's what I meant below.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. As you can tell, I am new at this. ...
Complete thread -- sure it does. Each tablet of Darvocet-N 100 contains 100 mg (176.8 µmol) propoxyphene nap
Complete thread -- AND. . . THEY'RE. . . . OFFFFFF!!!!
Complete thread -- The mg is know, but the directions i.e., how many taken, etc., is unknown
Complete thread -- And just because it's Darvocet-N 100 does not mean it's 100 mg
Complete thread -- How long have you been an MT?!! Many, many times a dictator will say "unknown dose"
Complete thread -- Lol, calm down. The dose obviously is not unknown. It's 100 mg twice daily. I'll flag
Complete thread -- Absolutely agree!
Complete thread -- NO!! If that was what was dictated, that is what you type.
Complete thread -- Would you delete "unknown dose"? Darvocet-N 100, "unknown dose," twice daily.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- and blood type is the letter O, not the number 0
Complete thread -- listen for antibody screen negative, PPD negative, and GBS negative
Complete thread -- alrighty then.
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- He is definitely saying the patient. ...
Complete thread -- Never saw that before. Abbr/acronyms etc, perfectly fine to begin sentences
Complete thread -- Okey doke. I'll go with the way it was dictated and if you remember what you may have
Complete thread -- I don't see any reason why you cannot start with an abbreviation. Maybe you are getting
Complete thread -- I'm thinking something like "membranes are intact", not patient was intact.
Complete thread -- I'm having a senior moment. Are we NOT to start sentence with abbrev? See inside.
Complete thread -- 4-5 cm (dilated), 90% (effaced) and -2 (in station). no need to spell out minus here,
Complete thread -- Labor & Delivery
Complete thread -- Labor &
Complete thread -- Thanks! This guy is so hard to understand!!! ...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- GC (and)/chlamydia (2 separate things)
Complete thread -- chickenpox, in other words
Complete thread -- Nah, disregard. Most likely NOT this.
Complete thread -- wild guess: Phenformin or something like that, unsure exactly.
Complete thread -- varicella
Complete thread -- Labor & Deliery
Complete thread -- I can hear it now on the 2nd blank. Kept thinking I was hearing path something - thanks
Complete thread -- suspicious kidney growth, we will get urinary cortisol and plasma treament
Complete thread -- Thanks! I knew digits = fingers but googling digital excursion didn't work out well.
Complete thread -- both have significant ....kyphotic deformities
Complete thread -- digits = fingers excursion a movement outward and back or from a mean position or axis;
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. Car accident.
Complete thread -- Good morning! I'm doing a preop consult on an elderly lady with hip fx.
Complete thread -- I so agree with you! Why flag? It's an MT's job to pay attention to CONTEXT. The ONLY
Complete thread -- chairs and pains.
Complete thread -- Pay attention to your CONTEXT .. pain and dysesthesias. No need to flag
Complete thread -- And the OP's post is from YESTERDAY for Pete's sake!
Complete thread -- Nothing much going on this morning so you all have to pick apart THIS subject? C'mon. LOL
Complete thread -- atrial fibrillation!
Complete thread -- Why don't YOU learn how to speak proper English and use commas appropriately. Pitiful.
Complete thread -- and what question?- would that be? hence the question?* - gads
Complete thread -- You need other resources besides Google and other MTs
Complete thread -- Puzzled as you said, if you "knew" it NO SHIT, why bother with post.
Complete thread -- Then you didn't search archives with keywords kidney disease arabic.
Complete thread -- targetoid? target-like?
Complete thread -- oops, meant diatheses, as per other helper's spelling.
Complete thread -- You've caused me to have enough doubt to blank it. Thank you both!
Complete thread -- s/l tagretory appearance
Complete thread -- acronym : Fluid Attenuated Inversion Recovery
Complete thread -- are they now??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Multaq (dronedarone) sm
Complete thread -- diatheses?
Complete thread -- diagnoses or other context needed
Complete thread -- atrial fibrillation, on Toprol-XL and s/l "moltac? or weltac?"
Complete thread -- maybe confusing/combining it with diastheses? though dysesthesias would appear to
Complete thread -- I think you're right, since it's related to a leg length discrepancy.
Complete thread -- He says DIE-ess-THEEZ-ias but he can only mean dysesthesias, right?
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- I checked MW-maybe I'm wrong
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be up on?
Complete thread -- heel cord contracture
Complete thread -- related to the fact that she has had to walk upon the toe for her entire life to make up f
Complete thread -- Never mind. I think it was something "with LOC" but who knows. Did the whole
Complete thread -- seizures?
Complete thread -- Just for confirmation, I googled cocci chains and found tons of references.
Complete thread -- help me
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- chains and pairs?
Complete thread -- close monitorization? LOL. Sorry, just had to laugh out loud.
Complete thread -- doc not meaning to say volume? did he stammer?
Complete thread -- malacia?
Complete thread -- here is what Dorland's has:
Complete thread -- Aygestin??
Complete thread -- 54-year-old male with __s/l "sessless" loss of consciousness with history of alcohol
Complete thread -- http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/arch.cgi?board=word&page=hiio&file=hiioh
Complete thread -- could try grossly totally body-fluid-overloaded
Complete thread -- I'm thinking: he has gross total body fluid volume overload.
Complete thread -- discussion either, but Arabic it is, and not small a, but cap Arabic
Complete thread -- At this point the patient will be initiated on a Lasix drip to remove volume,
Complete thread -- you observe board rules ref context
Complete thread -- 49-year-old woman given a prescription for s/l "Agastin" for heavy vaginal bleeding
Complete thread -- rest of context (see board rules)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I didn't see any discussion re CKD arabic specfically; am I
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No shit
Complete thread -- CKD is arabic
Complete thread -- Check archives.
Complete thread -- incurvated
Complete thread -- Are kidney disease stages Arabic or Roman? From googling, it looks
Complete thread -- s/l *air foci* are isointense to CSV
Complete thread -- Several posts in archives above.
Complete thread -- axial flair or axial FLAIR?
Complete thread -- please help. TY
Complete thread -- MRI of Brain
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- EUA-examination under anesthesia
Complete thread -- High dose brachytherapy for carcinoma of cervix......
Complete thread -- I couldn't make any sense so left blank.
Complete thread -- (in case "unit" is correct and "some"="same," doc may be explaining his justification for
Complete thread -- We will continue with some "unit" and monitor. Sm.
Complete thread -- LOL - all 4 extremities present? 4/4? like if he was missing a leg, 3/4? LOL
Complete thread -- what does he say next?
Complete thread -- new doctor, physical exam, "present over four."
Complete thread -- *I think she knows that, hence the question?*
Complete thread -- malleolus is ankle, meniscal repair is of the knee
Complete thread -- do you hear cardioinhibitory?
Complete thread -- he's confused.
Complete thread -- Dictator states: Arthroscopic medial meniscal repair of the medial malleolus. How
Complete thread -- I'm blanking it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input! I'll go with it since it's clear.
Complete thread -- s/l "ninety degree uninhibitory" factor sm
Complete thread -- (hehehe!:-)
Complete thread -- Yeah I'm not telepathic. He needs to take the marbles out of his fair-nix.
Complete thread -- (far easier for an average neonatologist to "get into" doc's brain there than for a superb
Complete thread -- prob neither has official POA, but he is accustomed to, and comfortable with, both of them
Complete thread -- oh brother LOL that's it thanks
Complete thread -- "prognosis for NORMAL OUTCOME is excellent." (no caps)
Complete thread -- haha good try but Hispanic male, only identified as twin B :)
Complete thread -- well I don't have that information. Maybe baby's name is Norma Lawkim.........
Complete thread -- ty for guess but I don't think saying a name s/l normal something
Complete thread -- is doctor saying the baby's name?
Complete thread -- preemie discharge: The prognosis for s/l "normal awkem" is
Complete thread -- psych note. Daughter and lady friend have power of *arrangment.* Please
Complete thread -- sm from archives
Complete thread -- by the way, doc's meaning would have been clearer had he said bilat nl mobile vocal cords.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I do it as you have it 4+ to 5/5
Complete thread -- dysfunction? vegetations? nodules? excrescences? damage? paresis? paralysis? cancer? polyp
Complete thread -- grammar issue
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers!! : )
Complete thread -- many, many people think they have "indigestion" when in fact they are having a sm
Complete thread -- They are differentiating chest pain from epigastric pain, so yes, on exertion is very
Complete thread -- See links
Complete thread -- Thanks! And you'd say the "on exertion" has some significance in that?
Complete thread -- Don't worry, I always do
Complete thread -- I think it fits, indegestion is epigastric pain which can be similar to heart symptoms
Complete thread -- Might sound odd if you've never heard this before, but here's some
Complete thread -- Pt may need stent or CABG. On ROS, no sense of *indigestion on exertion.* SM for
Complete thread -- . . . is normal with attempted internal rotation?
Complete thread -- WAG... "but is limited with internal rotation to the T7 level"?
Complete thread -- congestion ya think?
Complete thread -- bilateral normal mobile cords with no evidence of s/l congestions. (sm)
Complete thread -- Range of motion of the right shoulder is normal *but a template* with internal
Complete thread -- Thanks SO much, JM, and also to Margaret! I'll check that out further but looks right.
Complete thread -- so, probably rendered SCID-I (Roman numeral)?
Complete thread -- This is the correct answer, "Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV" Forget my posts:-)
Complete thread -- yes, that's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- check out Spinal Cord Dysfunction Health Care Questionnaire (SCD-HCQ) of VA
Complete thread -- for bipolar, maybe lithium? dose fits
Complete thread -- Prolactin would go with FSH and LH
Complete thread -- Not hearing that, but I think he might be saying "prolactin."
Complete thread -- try SCID
Complete thread -- no luck so far searching w/ "skid,"? SCD, (survey/summary of chronic diseases)??
Complete thread -- yes TY so much.
Complete thread -- I do get these hits when I use this context, but they seem to be
Complete thread -- intrasphincteric ?? Seems that would fit with what comes right after.
Complete thread -- WAG.. plasma renin said fast?
Complete thread -- Having trouble getting solid documentation for "skid one" patient
Complete thread -- Help with lab please
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- there is an s/l intra-cen-teric abscess on left side with drainage to external sphinc
Complete thread -- Thanks Margaret - SCARY STUFF
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- amplitude
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Me three!
Complete thread -- (me, too!:-)
Complete thread -- Awesome, thanks. That's a new one for me.
Complete thread -- (between "lanugo" and adult hair in "maturity." Same root as "vellum"
Complete thread -- Excuse the caps: TiMESH™ by Biomet.
Complete thread -- fluctuance
Complete thread -- thanks guys
Complete thread -- "tie mesh meshed patch" ventral incisional hernia repair - Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- haha! Thanks for listening!
Complete thread -- YES! TY
Complete thread -- There is no s/l flecturance of the toenail.
Complete thread -- Relafen is nabumetone, an NSAID
Complete thread -- nabumetone
Complete thread -- med s/l numutatone? SM
Complete thread -- Guess I don't definitely hear intolerant.
Complete thread -- vellus hair --colorless, soft, fine postnatal to adult hair.
Complete thread -- He has a Friedman palate grade 4.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing food ? intolerant. Not 100% on the food, but
Complete thread -- Not used to dermatology. sm please
Complete thread -- actually I don't think he is saying "sleep", something to do with the oral exam tho.
Complete thread -- posted WAV if that helps. TY
Complete thread -- Sleep study patient: ...he has a s/l sleep-in-tolic grade 4
Complete thread -- (not a question) FDA warning about "second-hand" Evamist adverse effects.
Complete thread -- It did but it was also the first word in the sentence. Also with
Complete thread -- it showed it in the post
Complete thread -- Bacteroides should be capitalized.
Complete thread -- bacteroides fragilis (b fragilis) sm
Complete thread -- Google fragilis.
Complete thread -- sufficient time (off Coumadin)
Complete thread -- culture of back: He grew out E. coli and s/l B Frigilis?? or befrigilus ??
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd say she just mispronounced seborrheic. I googled and got 124
Complete thread -- While I know this is more than likely seborrheic, she is clearly saying (sm)
Complete thread -- periodic?
Complete thread -- morphotypes?
Complete thread -- Sounds like he is saying *chrontec* or *prontec* Not chronic
Complete thread -- It's French, abb-sonce is the pronounciation
Complete thread -- Do you know what a hospitalist is? An internist on the particular sm
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- It is absence but pronounces like you have it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that's it
Complete thread -- generalized "s/l abson's" epilepsy -sm
Complete thread -- levetiracetam - entered *tam on drugs.com and this came up
Complete thread -- starts with levo? post in archives asks about levopirazapam 750 mg got no answer SM
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- pl sm
Complete thread -- Found a wonderful site!! (see link)
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- I hear... (been 2 weeks on it)
Complete thread -- looking for treatment for Mantle Cell Lymphoma . .
Complete thread -- msg
Complete thread -- hey check this out
Complete thread -- tnk you
Complete thread -- ameliorating factors?
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- WAG-titer? as in antibody titer(but not sure if it fits the context)and never heard before
Complete thread -- Possible pneumonia. Check several "tires" of sputum cultures. (Is it
Complete thread -- wonder if just stuttered over ultrasound and then changed to Doppler ultrasound?
Complete thread -- prior to being positioned in right lateral decubitus position... what I hear
Complete thread -- He was given an interscalene block prior to _____ being positioned in the right
Complete thread -- s/l summer
Complete thread -- Do you have backup for that or is it just your opinion?
Complete thread -- agree should be pedicle screw and yes C-arm fluoro
Complete thread -- Yes, it's correct as you have it.
Complete thread -- need to put comma?
Complete thread -- my guess is C-arm - ALSO, are you sure it isn't pedicle screw instead of pinnacle?
Complete thread -- tnx nm
Complete thread -- Did check again - not all there for me...
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file ?
Complete thread -- I hear refurnished. what is "it?"
Complete thread -- its full
Complete thread -- MP3 cuts off after soap
Complete thread -- Sounds like he is saying use of CR and fluiroscopy, but I am wondering if he means
Complete thread -- check this
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that was 'aggravating the skin?' 1st sentence: There are not any obvious sores....
Complete thread -- Not an obvious sore not sores - guess driven in the skin?
Complete thread -- derm
Complete thread -- most likely related to his tumor.. you were right.
Complete thread -- It really does not sound right. I do not know what is wrong.
Complete thread -- thank u
Complete thread -- gotta tellya, "effient" time just is today, even if it is a drug, doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- drusen
Complete thread -- eyes...
Complete thread -- I hear, "...most likely which is tumor."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- almost sounds like secondary to his tumor - but I really think that is not right.
Complete thread -- :0
Complete thread -- Not okay to post a patient name on Internet...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. He was sooo fast, slurring, but got it now.
Complete thread -- hey
Complete thread -- Effient is an oral antiplatelet medicine for patients who have undergone angioplasty.
Complete thread -- There are multiple hospitalists. So, if anything, would be the
Complete thread -- Pt to have ICD generator replaced. She has been off of Coumadin for 5 days now, s/l
Complete thread -- "appeared to be intact, and the secondary survey was performed."
Complete thread -- admitted to the hospitalist's service (because it's the possession of the hospitalist0
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- ah, found one the way I thought/hoped it should be.
Complete thread -- letter format? don't have my Gregg Reference Manual available.
Complete thread -- Hint for next time (google.com + medical acronym or medical abbreviations
Complete thread -- s/l a taste may be intact or assessed (guess.. since cannot hear it)
Complete thread -- I was looking for something like this and wasn't in my abbreviation book. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Decided to flag. She's just not saying as such, though she might mean it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- That is unnecessary and rude. What is your answer to OP?
Complete thread -- Thank you!! It is body. He is saying it so fast I couldn't hear two syllables.
Complete thread -- hernia sac was medialized/medialization ?
Complete thread -- total WAG -- *body* of the left calcaneus for your last one ??
Complete thread -- please help. TY ( I think I will scream )
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Another brain fart from Win.
Complete thread -- The epigastric vein was identified, and the hernia sac was *media* through it, which
Complete thread -- and that fits the situation how?
Complete thread -- Thank you both for trying. I appreciate your help. Just about had it with this doc!!
Complete thread -- can you put that in context with the original question?
Complete thread -- EMA = emergency medical assistance (for RVR rapid ventricular response)o
Complete thread -- The wound is on the foot.
Complete thread -- is necrotic in there anywhere?
Complete thread -- electromagnetic analysis attack
Complete thread -- where are you anatomically?
Complete thread -- my first hit there is about computer software--what's yours?
Complete thread -- check hyaluronidase
Complete thread -- No idea; think it best, especially on allergies, to flag
Complete thread -- GOOGLE EMA attack; first thing up tells you what this is
Complete thread -- med s/l "halironidate"
Complete thread -- decompensated, leading to "an EMA" (actually saying "a EMA") being called
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- google shows Braun
Complete thread -- not sure you s/l but I don't think "brown" anastomosis
Complete thread -- please help. TY
Complete thread -- I believe youa re correct, docs sometimes restate words to recall what they are thinking
Complete thread -- s/l blow crat hemicolectomy
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Thank you SO much!
Complete thread -- sorry - might be misleading - the PCOM is for the posterior communicating - artery
Complete thread -- PCOM - posterior communicating artery aneurysm.
Complete thread -- PCOM
Complete thread -- Pt had brain aneurysm. CT shows clip on right MCA, as well as what appears /sm
Complete thread -- s/l placing might be -- washing and brushings??
Complete thread -- ortho surgery - sm
Complete thread -- WAG... wonder if just saying "potential of having focal pneumonia"?
Complete thread -- I disagree, as this is an EGD, I'd separate with a comma.
Complete thread -- *brown focal pneumonia*
Complete thread -- some suggestions you may need, as you go along MTing. You need to google.com sm
Complete thread -- Not OP, but that is a great guess, Margaret!
Complete thread -- "no evidence of a tear"?? (spelling it for you "T-E-A-R"?? C can s/l T.
Complete thread -- medial border, a wag is "incision and extraction" I and E (of medial nail edge?).
Complete thread -- (thank you for correct spelling!:-)
Complete thread -- Please help. Podiatry question. TY
Complete thread -- Thanks again.
Complete thread -- looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- Oh she says she has chronic neuropathic pain. So I believe Lyrica is it.
Complete thread -- Can someone verify if I have separated these labs properly.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions.
Complete thread -- Well it certainly does look like there are indications there for Lyrica -
Complete thread -- After relistening sounds more lyricta.
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Medication list. she is saying s/l Ly-rict-or. wonder if she is meaning Lyrica. sm
Complete thread -- EGD again. He's somewhat muffled. Could consider *placing* brushings. SM for
Complete thread -- EGD. No evidence of *aye-tur* and then spells as *C E A R.* Pls
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- no comma at all for aspiration pneumonia. he is referring to as one unit.
Complete thread -- Do I need a comma after aspiration? I think I could see it going either way...
Complete thread -- may be short cutting the term (hydro)morphone (pain med)
Complete thread -- NM he was saying (Demadex)
Complete thread -- Will listen for that....thanks!
Complete thread -- Oxymorphone (Opana, Numorphan, Numorphone) or 14-Hydroxydihydromorphinone
Complete thread -- Nevermind, it's specimens ("specs"). nm
Complete thread -- hooooo ray, I agree (also coward behind anonymous veil.)
Complete thread -- Patient with chroni back pain, takes only "morphone." Def. not morphine.
Complete thread -- correlation of GI evaluation in the form of Hemoccult cards and stool _____.
Complete thread -- ?????
Complete thread -- Acute kidney injury on backdrop of chronic kidney disease. A) volume depletion
Complete thread -- yes!
Complete thread -- sheet wadding, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- is Sonata in there?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- taking Remeron, Anaprox, s/l son ada dendracin, and Ativan.
Complete thread -- Webril, s/l she wotting and plaster. sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- or myxoid?
Complete thread -- mucoid in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- intraforaminal
Complete thread -- See msg. TY.
Complete thread -- Ok, she definitely means some sort of IV. At the very end ... sm
Complete thread -- s/l intra foraminal or infra foraminal
Complete thread -- Allergy to Cefzil s/l *antassi* that is "tassi-ij."
Complete thread -- help please. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks! : )
Complete thread -- YES, thrombin. not thrombus
Complete thread -- Think I'll type thrombin sponge. Agree that's okay?
Complete thread -- So that's what he means and thrombus is understood as such?
Complete thread -- I figured it out, it was simply "issue of" thanks for the help
Complete thread -- Can you clarify? More like esh-sure or es-kur? (the "ch" sound is hard or soft?)
Complete thread -- thrombin-soaked gelatin sponge
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying! Sure sounds as I typed it.
Complete thread -- We placed a *thrombus* sponge over the incision and dropped the tourniquet.
Complete thread -- rubber dam? I have heard of Esmark bandage but nothing that sounds like yours, sorry
Complete thread -- Yes, Mgt that is it. Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- hmmm,....good point.....Maybe flag? (might he be using "goody bag" as slang for
Complete thread -- thanks again (faucial)
Complete thread -- No, it definitely sounds like it begins with "esch" and dr says it twice the same way
Complete thread -- could be Nubain? but flag if not sure?
Complete thread -- nubain?
Complete thread -- Probably that's it. It is said very clearly. Thanks to both.
Complete thread -- seems similar to *eschar.* Did he have some kind of burn or cauterization
Complete thread -- thanks very much - I will have to look that one up. appreciate it
Complete thread -- fissure?
Complete thread -- I thought of that, but not sure because it is included in the sentence with...
Complete thread -- Oops sorry did not read all your post apparently and I agree with Margaret, especially sm
Complete thread -- Ring finger release op note. A *let-han* was used for exposure. More context
Complete thread -- NM got it.
Complete thread -- Word help- s/l "esch-ur" rectal abscess
Complete thread -- (my hunch is goody=correct, bag of self-care & hygiene items that folks w/ DTs never brin
Complete thread -- banana bag, rally pack?
Complete thread -- fauceal , from fauces, (the plural of falx, I believe)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. Can anyone hear what the technique is and also can someone else sm
Complete thread -- s/l goody bag, given to an alcoholic with reported possible seizures. sm
Complete thread -- s/l fowl-shoal pls sm
Complete thread -- No, the origin of the ICA is the bulb. You could have plaque affecting
Complete thread -- Hill-Ferguson retractor?
Complete thread -- and a greater portion of the lateral portion of the greater. ...
Complete thread -- Must be. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: LORTAB, PHENERGAN, AND s/l "HERBANE".
Complete thread -- and debrided the ...
Complete thread -- s/l ofricksner retractor for a sphcinterotomy, fissurectomy, excision hemorrhoid
Complete thread -- Good 4 you catching them!!! Many just type and don't catch those.
Complete thread -- We then debrided this tear and abraded the lateral portion of the greater tuberosity,
Complete thread -- may have said planted?
Complete thread -- also - check your text - should hospital be "hospitalization" ?
Complete thread -- Got it. The articular cartilage of the ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. =)
Complete thread -- oh boy that was several errors in there, kind of like the error I just made LOL
Complete thread -- A standard posterior portal was created and a diagnostic arthroscopy was performed.
Complete thread -- Either sounds fine. "and (the) support of growth factor,"= "and supportive growth factor
Complete thread -- Well, I see on Google that AtriCure can be "implanted" but sure isn't clear if he's saying
Complete thread -- Two firings of the s/l "plant" device were performed on each set of pulmonary veins..
Complete thread -- Yes you are correct. I was going by a sample given to me but am finding several areas sm
Complete thread -- it is excision. not incision.
Complete thread -- sorry. I thought this was an easy "either/or" phrase. sm
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Complete thread -- just coming back to say I got these. sm
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Complete thread -- ED and Viagra - see message
Complete thread -- distal clavicle excision, right shoulder. #1 arthroscopy of the ? right
Complete thread -- Please read rules 4 posting. We need additional context please!
Complete thread -- debridement would be a good guess for both. (I lack audio)
Complete thread -- (to have any hope at all of helping you, I need more words, some on each side of phrase.)
Complete thread -- previous exam? presentation?
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo!!! Now I understand what you are saying!!! THANKS for your patience!!!
Complete thread -- "supportive growth factor" or "support of growth factor" ESL nm
Complete thread -- sm for procedures performed.
Complete thread -- BCR/ABL flow
Complete thread -- I give up. I read it. It has nothing to do with avoiding your messages,
Complete thread -- A + or - will appear between the subject and name, depending on whether there is a message
Complete thread -- bone marrow exam, *B C O able carcinogenic* flow cytometry
Complete thread -- Listened again - don't think so. Thanks for suggestion.
Complete thread -- (best plan. I wondered "can tops," he opens pop-top beverage cans w/ his tongue??
Complete thread -- then you elected not to read the message inside of my post, even tho + signal present,
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- well, since it works best the other way, sometimes you have to work
Complete thread -- ty
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Complete thread -- (thanks so much!! I struggled w/ this one to no avail!)
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Complete thread -- could he possibly just be saying on physical examination?
Complete thread -- acid-fast bacillus for AFB, otherwise ok.
Complete thread -- Connell??
Complete thread -- skin, and this would suffice as our duodenostomy tube.
Complete thread -- For ANYONE posting. MANY posters do a link inside as that.
Complete thread -- I changed one to peritendinous/bursitis and left the other since no one had a guess.
Complete thread -- s/l ** pret - er - ism **
Complete thread -- I have to expand slang. I need help in verifying that I have expanded these all sm
Complete thread -- my subj line was abbreviated. My actual searches were bulbs in internal carotids and bulbs
Complete thread -- Tongue lesion. Pt wonders if using tongue on some *chan-tops* created the problem.
Complete thread -- At its origin, the internal carotid artery is somewhat dilated. This part of the artery sm
Complete thread -- that's what I presumed. I became flumoxed only when I learned neither crypto causes vesic
Complete thread -- will listen again
Complete thread -- to the antimesenteric side in a *cue nell* fashion
Complete thread -- Because of (-) sign between subject & sig lines, I had no idea you had a message inside.SM
Complete thread -- Please SM. Double checking on words.
Complete thread -- thanks, I think maybe just slang. Crypto(coccus) test pack
Complete thread -- word "tube" or "valve" in there anywhere? After "flutter" for example?? "to"="tube"?
Complete thread -- In my link in the search box are the words I used. You have to read the
Complete thread -- searched w/o luck. W/U for vesicular rash is done for MANY agents, but I can't
Complete thread -- and passed through the skin _____ duodenostomy tube
Complete thread -- Thanks for guess! :)
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Complete thread -- A CO2 *flutter to CO2* assist the deairing throughout
Complete thread -- boluses ?
Complete thread -- packs? (3 "parts" of NS doesn't make sense unless remaining part explicit, 1 part D10W.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- respectfully inquiring: what google words did you use? I found 32,800 for "in" and 32,600
Complete thread -- hyponatremia and the patient received *three parts of* normal saline
Complete thread -- guess-loratadine?
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Complete thread -- DO OVER! please. Carotid sinus, aka Carotid bulb, is a bulge beginning at distal common ca
Complete thread -- Vesicular rash. Tzanck for varicella, punch biopsy for "crypto pack," viral/bacterial
Complete thread -- an aberrant
Complete thread -- Check and GOOGLE and see what is right.
Complete thread -- bladder was accounted for with a *barren* venous plexus blood vessel
Complete thread -- and. bulbs and carotids bilaterally. Did a search bulbs carotid arteries. 2 separate
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- to me, it seems it should be bulbs IN. No other bulbs nearby other than ICA bulbs
Complete thread -- in or and?
Complete thread -- pO2 49, pCO2 of 53 mmHg. Doc just slipped. Gas is atrocious, as is pt's disease.
Complete thread -- or another guess or s/l Harris separator?
Complete thread -- what is the next sentence? s/l Harris dissector (with no further context)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I appreciate the help!! :)
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying "the Harris injector"?? Please research. I have no "feel" in this area.
Complete thread -- Oh gosh, yes!!! Thank you. Break time.
Complete thread -- A fungal culture?
Complete thread -- HUMI (Harris-Kronner Uterine Manipulator Injector)??? I'm less sure now, tho.
Complete thread -- (came up in the last day or so....I'll be back)
Complete thread -- ME, medical education ? analogous to CME, continuing medical ed?
Complete thread -- OP report - hysterectomy. "The "Harris stettor" was placed over the cervix.
Complete thread -- It's real clear on the s/l afrontal. Can't figure out what he's trying to say.
Complete thread -- THANKS, fan! :)
Complete thread -- intravaginal ?
Complete thread -- guess-check out if PASA - proximal articular set angle fits in here
Complete thread -- had an s/l afrontal culture done when I saw her as a new GYN patient and everything c
Complete thread -- Help again please! :)
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Complete thread -- ahhh....SUE me!!! LOL! (no other "sig" makes any sense, assuming med name is correct
Complete thread -- Ass - U - Me
Complete thread -- Metanx?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. Googled but not well apparently.
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- (I'm assuming 1/2 of a tablet (125 mg) three times daily)
Complete thread -- Brilliant!! this lowish dose is nevertheless suitable for SBE prophy. See new rules.
Complete thread -- be respectful...if you want to post demeaning messages, if you dare, post with your name
Complete thread -- x3 daily or 3 times daily, not 3 X daily.
Complete thread -- if that is supposed to be 1/2 to 3 tablets 3 times a day? You don't use the
Complete thread -- (thanks, Questyr! Saved to my faves! :-)
Complete thread -- typo...would seem so
Complete thread -- could it be Ery-Tab ?
Complete thread -- Would see so..see link.. I googled ...craniotomy drill bits B1...
Complete thread -- Patient has scleroderma and is being seen in cardiology. CURREN ...
Complete thread -- craniotomy after placement of holes with the*B1 bit*and two central dural tack-up hol
Complete thread -- s/l rubber bands
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "and elevated with Allis clamps"
Complete thread -- it IS with an apostrophe s. See DORLAND'S! Are you an
Complete thread -- The flap was retracted out of the field with the aid of towel clamps _____
Complete thread -- see link from archives
Complete thread -- Um NO apostrophe. Thought you were a doc!!!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- oops, syndrome is lower case. I c&pee'd to get spelling correct, forgot to change case.
Complete thread -- Sjögren
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Complete thread -- thanks all.
Complete thread -- s/l stron-gren. don't have my books with me today. google doesn't have enough hits
Complete thread -- paucity of lung markings
Complete thread -- (I lack audio. Logically, a word like "pattern," "configuration," "appearance" "paucity"
Complete thread -- YES, that is perfect.
Complete thread -- thank you very much :)
Complete thread -- My concern with the _____ of lung marking is that he has significant bullous
Complete thread -- (the "every few weeks" applies ONLY to the erythropoietin.)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- yes. Epo & others can be given on a regular schedule, or only every few weeks when H/H
Complete thread -- correct, either pulsed or pulse; seems to me pulsed is a little more commonly heard.
Complete thread -- His medications include atenolol, Crestor, Hyzaar, Epogen*every*few weeks and aspirin
Complete thread -- received "pulsed" Solu-Medrol
Complete thread -- (hehe! If you can rearrange words, you could say "with th levels every 3 to 6 months."
Complete thread -- med s/l metamax
Complete thread -- (me, too. I assume "fettus" was the first lab given? because the sequence of labs dictated
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks - hear dapsone now
Complete thread -- Thanks Margaret. Not clear to me, so I think I will flag. I appreciate your help!!
Complete thread -- Both pulmonary function tests and _____ done today reveal
Complete thread -- Very Excellent Suggestion! f and s CAN be confused. Some ESLs say "th" imperfectly.
Complete thread -- "with every-3- to 6-month thyroid levels" Is this typed correctly?
Complete thread -- for re-do (of) congenital aortic stenosis surgery might make sense except that
Complete thread -- see message please
Complete thread -- thanks for your help
Complete thread -- Yes...as there can be bilateral...but in this case he is
Complete thread -- maybe "further history" --- i.e., in talking with her further ?
Complete thread -- guess-switched to *something*?
Complete thread -- I should add that the reason for the hyphen is to
Complete thread -- is "unilateral recess and foramen" right?
Complete thread -- My Stedman's Radiology shows all with hyphens..whole-brain radiation, whole-body scanning,
Complete thread -- 1st blank. Postoperative ____ second blank "continued without change"
Complete thread -- need help with mp3
Complete thread -- Actually complements 3 and 4 would be okay as said because
Complete thread -- Silipos..see link...I started to google salipost and when I reached
Complete thread -- (The archives and we all thank you!)
Complete thread -- I think so. What I read it to mean is that 79% of predicted is
Complete thread -- s/l salipost heel post
Complete thread -- yes, okay. Meaning = "his usual baseline FEV1 is probably around 2.97"
Complete thread -- "folder history?" (meaning old paper chart?) "above history"? (history above?)
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic LOW BACK PAIN after 2
Complete thread -- which was for (__) and now off.
Complete thread -- duh, thanks!
Complete thread -- FEV1 is up to 2.97 which is 79% of predicted, most likely where he *lives*
Complete thread -- could that be PMS, pain management specialist?
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- 4.) Back pain: Followed by *P N S*
Complete thread -- oops, forgot to take that line out of the subject line(was for my reference
Complete thread -- staple T dressings were removed
Complete thread -- compromises are?
Complete thread -- I would sure like to know if you find out. Even got out the books and could not come up
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, (__) are going to have to be made
Complete thread -- Macular ? stains/birthmark are the most common type of vascular
Complete thread -- radionuclide uptake
Complete thread -- do you hear a C in there at all? Complements C3, C4,
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks, flagging
Complete thread -- PE? sure sounds like he is reading a previous report !
Complete thread -- **compliments 3 and 4** level
Complete thread -- I guess I would flag. Can't see that it makes sense in a PE unless
Complete thread -- s/l ack u lar marks on her face
Complete thread -- this is PE.. thanks
Complete thread -- On more research, if this was a Doppler, it works. I was thinking it was physical
Complete thread -- What report was this?
Complete thread -- 2nd blank is "create the vertical"
Complete thread -- is he mispronouncing "pleural vascularity" (WAG)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he says "Heart size was actually normal" - not sounds
Complete thread -- polar vascularity? Never heard of it but it Googles
Complete thread -- If it were me, no. I would think that foot and ankle would count as 1 and the hip as 2.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- wav reposted, help please
Complete thread -- would you edit the word "both"?
Complete thread -- can you put a little bit more at beginning of Wav? 2nd s/l "I'd be most pleased if she
Complete thread -- all I could get was - She has completed her series of _____.
Complete thread -- oops i think i posted over you sorry.. can you post again and will post back when you're
Complete thread -- I stumbled on that the other day and the more you look at it, the more useful it is
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- She has completed her _____. I did discuss with her that _____ if she quit s
Complete thread -- ESL, slurring and mumbling . . .not familiar with these labs
Complete thread -- no hyphen (Stedman's)
Complete thread -- Wow acdaca, thanks for sharing, it IS a good site!! Saved it.
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- Whole brain radiation therapy. Hyphen between whole and brain? nm
Complete thread -- innominate sounds like it fit from what I see in your post. sm
Complete thread -- not sure is dosepak® or dose pack is wrong but dosepak indicates
Complete thread -- She says she has never been on a statin drug.
Complete thread -- you are welcome
Complete thread -- She has never been on a statin drug.
Complete thread -- need help with wav
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Complete thread -- "ECG baseline wander reduction methods known from the ..."
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Complete thread -- EKG question inside (sm)
Complete thread -- She has a dark s/l berukis lesion on her back. Thank you!
Complete thread -- 1. back cut 2. s/l big wash 3. nasal aesthetics
Complete thread -- Maybe the blood gas is (sm)
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Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
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Complete thread -- Going w/ McGaughran. Thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe he was stuttering 53 oooh 2 (meaning 52)?
Complete thread -- I did find Dr. Alan McGaughran, but I am not sure if that name would sound like Mc-gare-in
Complete thread -- A doctor (PCP/family doctor) in Pennsylvania s/l Dr. Alan McGarrin (phonetically soun
Complete thread -- pCO2 of 53 O2 - he says O2 after this level. That is not correct, is it?
Complete thread -- oral and maxillofacial surgery team
Complete thread -- ___ surgery team - in the midface
Complete thread -- found it, Gougerot-Blum.
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- Patient with a rash, may be a s/l go-sur-oa bloom.
Complete thread -- :D thanks
Complete thread -- I am going to contradict myself. Love this site!
Complete thread -- Under Stedman's Equip 3rd Ed various Endo Clip
Complete thread -- endoclips
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Complete thread -- Mugwort - a little off the wall but pregnant women have trouble with this
Complete thread -- Innominate
Complete thread -- She is also allergic to sheep, mud work, mulberry, white ash, sycamore and cottonwood
Complete thread -- Betimol? that is eye
Complete thread -- Ertaczo... Finally finally found it. I had googled that several times and no luck and
Complete thread -- Any diagnosis or anything that would assist us in helping you?
Complete thread -- If you google tinea pedis medications, the first hit is for drugs.com and there's your ans
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and look at tinea pedis medications. Your answer is there.
Complete thread -- Medications include Plavix, *benimall*, and Alphagan eye drops.
Complete thread -- Sorry for the double post. Ignore this one and see above.
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic pain.
Complete thread -- She is prescribed s/l *artaxo*for the tinea.
Complete thread -- steroid dose pack?
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic pain.
Complete thread -- are you doing some sort of specialty, like plastic surgery?
Complete thread -- Etodolac
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Complete thread -- Med for IBS "Console" I know I've heard this, but I can't document. TIA :)
Complete thread -- TY to both helpers
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Complete thread -- Apparently he has been on WinRHO before. (but check spelling)
Complete thread -- WinRho.
Complete thread -- Anchorage and Juneau?
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
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Complete thread -- Dorland's has Coxsackie virus and coxsackievirus
Complete thread -- I am going with archives, coxsackievirus.
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense.. fistula continues to be same size and good caliber is how I read it
Complete thread -- fistula
Complete thread -- do you use coxsackievirus or coxsackie virus. My Stedman's has it both ways.
Complete thread -- electrocautery scissors? or something cautery scissors?
Complete thread -- never mind saying EEG
Complete thread -- sorry should have read seizures.
Complete thread -- 3 years old patient with possible siezures. Will schedule outpatient "UG" at XXXX.
Complete thread -- GALLBLADDER removal: cystic artery divided with "intracrawl" scissors.
Complete thread -- The OP should stick with "overhead" though, not "over head".
Complete thread -- (are they by any chance checking a sweat chloride on a child? for CF?
Complete thread -- (your use of a moniker would permit me to identify your messages and avoid reading any :-)
Complete thread -- tnx
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Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- google.com nondisplaced apical pulse read a couple of the entries
Complete thread -- Is that the exact phrase? Anything before or after? Where is this being used?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- what? your s/l is "board 0," right? My guess is abortus 0
Complete thread -- We used iontophoresis patch utilizing "hyperparesis" with use of dexamethasone. Tia
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- so I would write GPA 100? or spell out with slashes and put 100?
Complete thread -- I know that there is an apical pulse I was just wondering about the nondisplaced
Complete thread -- please note punctuation help
Complete thread -- lead
Complete thread -- thank you everyone, now that i listened again, it does sound like milieu!
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- I like that guess
Complete thread -- is it possibly milieu? (environment)
Complete thread -- moiety??
Complete thread -- google.com/search
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Complete thread -- lower case. talked about numerous times in archives also. Use Search box.
Complete thread -- gravida/para/abortus (GPA)
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Complete thread -- bacterial s/l miolea?? pls sm
Complete thread -- PE. The apical pulse was nondisplaced?
Complete thread -- the rest he says s/l board 0
Complete thread -- internet tells me how to wrote gravida 1 para 0 but then it sounds like he says
Complete thread -- steri-stripped?
Complete thread -- dysphagia is all I can get too. Maybe starting to say one thing
Complete thread -- When you get a lipid panel, there are three main types of cholesterol ...
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of LDLD cholesterol?
Complete thread -- I already sent it, but thanks for your reply.
Complete thread -- ____ dysphagia.
Complete thread -- Repeat EGD in October 2009 was within normal limits with empiric Maloney dilatation
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- baroreceptor?
Complete thread -- blunted s/l burrow? receptor reactivity
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Complete thread -- sagittal Z-osteotomy?
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I guess I will flag it.
Complete thread -- "via" oseotomy?
Complete thread -- Really?
Complete thread -- yes, that looks good!
Complete thread -- yes, ray is correct.
Complete thread -- OMG, you're right. I hate ASR. Not sure I would have picked up on that.
Complete thread -- thank you. I should have had that one!
Complete thread -- would you punctuate this way?
Complete thread -- Altace.
Complete thread -- drug help please s/l ale taise
Complete thread -- bronchoalveolar lavage.
Complete thread -- Is there a name for the fluid from a bronchial alveolar lavage? S/L lavagit. sm
Complete thread -- osteotomy... wedge or crescentic osteotomy?
Complete thread -- very narrow angle with a nearly occludable s/l "ray"...SM
Complete thread -- PowerNotes trademark specimen, see link.
Complete thread -- Foot surgery s/l opening va-sata-joste-otomy. I have looked everywhere I can think.
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Complete thread -- That's it, thank you!
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Complete thread -- yep, PowerNote
Complete thread -- I'm not sure of the spelling either, but I do know what you are
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, billybob!
Complete thread -- Obtryx TOT (transobturator tape, I believe)
Complete thread -- was just going to say I just found something about it with the Cerner system.
Complete thread -- Qualaquin
Complete thread -- Actually, I think it is spelled PowerNote
Complete thread -- sesamoid? see link to archives.
Complete thread -- Our ER uses Power Notes, just another EMR system
Complete thread -- try drugs.com. has phonetic search ...
Complete thread -- put a WAV up for it
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Complete thread -- See msg. TY.
Complete thread -- anybody ever heard anything that s/l "power notes"?
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Complete thread -- Not sure what isn't making sense to you. I know I hate it when they
Complete thread -- if you search the farm out online, it's a duck farm, duck products ...
Complete thread -- could be justifying the tests, if so, it makes sense
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Complete thread -- yep there is incentivized and incented (can't say i like either but
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Complete thread -- s/l eschar is --- Eschar is sometimes called a black wound sm
Complete thread -- went with incentivized.
Complete thread -- why not just give what you feel is the correct answer? Stop the stuff and give answers.
Complete thread -- doc neologism time: "incented" (from incentive)
Complete thread -- See msg. TY.
Complete thread -- cardio see below
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Complete thread -- Dr. Steven P. Ringel is an informed and cogent expert in neurology
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Complete thread -- His PRBC transfusion s/l *pressure* will be 8 g/dL. Therefore, he
Complete thread -- ohhhhh groan, unbelievable rant. Educate yourself
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Complete thread -- I have explained the risks, _____ , and potential benefits up to including death.
Complete thread -- We s/l "saw the mother" Achilles allograft.
Complete thread -- GASTROINTESTINAL: _____ or reflux.
Complete thread -- thanks for the help everyone
Complete thread -- (compliment, of course :-)
Complete thread -- "cogent" shares Latin root meaning "to think." Everyone recalls "Cogito, ergo sum"
Complete thread -- what kind of fracture? presumptively a fragility fracture (one = fracture) -just guessing
Complete thread -- so would this be a stage or grade of the fragility scale?
Complete thread -- no, did not dictate ( )--just highlighting the questioned area
Complete thread -- fracture, presumptively a fragility one. ?
Complete thread -- Only you and Darlene even hinted that cogent was right. Others were making
Complete thread -- Did he dictate the ()?
Complete thread -- Thanks!! for archives salsalate oral comes as 500 or 750mg; Disalcid=a common brand.
Complete thread -- probably do not want the a in this sentence
Complete thread -- New to rheumatology
Complete thread -- I accept your point and agree with it completely. Our career paths have resulted in our
Complete thread -- just got word back from QA - it was salsalate 750
Complete thread -- Already sent back the voice file but I think that is the winner! Will use it. Thx!
Complete thread -- WAG... "and angiographic sheath"?
Complete thread -- percutaneous cholangiogram - sounds like "Nitro Stick"
Complete thread -- Try LiNA
Complete thread -- TVH, the "lenoloop" was placed around the uterus. ? lenaloop??
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Complete thread -- sm for one example
Complete thread -- You spend all day making assumptions on what is said and that
Complete thread -- yes, "vascular tufts." Does pt have DM retinopathy? Ok to type just "tufts" w/o "vasc,"
Complete thread -- imo, it Does help. The needed word is "cogent"; doc has misused the word sl, but no need
Complete thread -- it probably is something like LV function, LV ejection force. The letters U first posted
Complete thread -- Nothing is even implied in the poor OP's question. And it still does not help
Complete thread -- (in principle, I agree w/ U. But when tendon is severed, musc DOES ball up in a wad
Complete thread -- flagged it. Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- thanks for the info
Complete thread -- the PMD has thought and done FIRST, so as to keep consult requests flowing in.)
Complete thread -- usually hear muscle pad, not wad
Complete thread -- (reminder: when a consultant must disagree w/ a PMD, he generally first praises what
Complete thread -- This explanation is correct. Ignore my answer. If QRS is equiphasic in aVF, QRS axis is
Complete thread -- good suggestion. Safflower oil is occ used as a caloric additive, but 750 is wrong for mL
Complete thread -- not that he mentions. thanks for the suggestion though
Complete thread -- Any reason for taking Cipro maybe?
Complete thread -- drug s/l saffoid 750
Complete thread -- agree maybe the QRS in aVF is equaphasic --sm
Complete thread -- I like this suggestion very much, insulin lipodystrophy w or w/o element of HIV lipodystro
Complete thread -- Poisson = French, pronounced just as "poisson," Fr word for "fish," pwah-SOHN
Complete thread -- I think meaning = one posterior jet of aortic insuff.
Complete thread -- (I agree that "AVS" must be instead "QRS" and "equiphasic" is correct. SM
Complete thread -- More context might help, but my hunch is "Poisson" study, referring to Poisson distributio
Complete thread -- Onelook's quick definitions give usage examples as "a cogent analysis" and
Complete thread -- The s/l poson? study showed a mild sleep apnea. nm
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- equiphasic QRS ?
Complete thread -- aVF maybe
Complete thread -- That is certainly not a cogent thought or statement.
Complete thread -- sure would apply to persons - read up more
Complete thread -- S/l *AVS is *ee-cree-phasic -- may be axis is equiphasic
Complete thread -- Okay thanks. I just did not know if my initials were right. could it be
Complete thread -- thank you so much to both of you.
Complete thread -- Cerebrovascular accident--means the patient is or was on Coumadin and had a CVA.
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Stat note and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Arguments may be cogent, but it is not a term generally applied to persons.
Complete thread -- Look in OneLook above for definitions with your spelling.
Complete thread -- Elderly male with long history of CAD. Please help with this EKG.
Complete thread -- I keep getting diagnosis of "CVA on Coumadin." What does CVA
Complete thread -- word is listing. but is that how you spell it? like swaying?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- sorry, I tried but I can't figure it out
Complete thread -- yes, doc is referring to that as the indicator of COPD
Complete thread -- yep, this is heard jet of aortic insufficiency Link
Complete thread -- 1+ jet?
Complete thread -- looks correct -- see link
Complete thread -- wad
Complete thread -- hand
Complete thread -- Ok, thank you very much.
Complete thread -- there is a one post jet of aortic insufficiency. I was wondering
Complete thread -- Does he mean FVC/FEV1 ratio?
Complete thread -- Pls sm
Complete thread -- COPD by ratio?
Complete thread -- Is a WAV file possible?
Complete thread -- are you hearing insulin in there at all? metabolic syndrome of insulin resistance
Complete thread -- I was still wondering if anyone had any ideas of a post I had
Complete thread -- cogent fits sm intellect or powers of reasoning;
Complete thread -- WAG... "coordinating physicians"?
Complete thread -- I also hear tufts
Complete thread -- I hear tufts sm
Complete thread -- *lipodystrophy izin cillin lipodystrophy plus or minus HIV associated-lipodystrophy*
Complete thread -- neovascularization noted superiorly in terms of ____.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing conjoint, but thanks for the suggestion. nm
Complete thread -- status post is 2 words.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Makes NO sense. we need to see sentences before and after.
Complete thread -- There's "cogent" but doesn't fit context. Perhaps "conjoint"?
Complete thread -- I doubt suggestion of "acumen" since one would not properly refer to "the number of
Complete thread -- Yes, but we need more context, pls. What precedes this sentence (referred to via
Complete thread -- ? statuspost as one word. No dictation in OneLook has it.
Complete thread -- I reviewed the discharge diagnoses by the s/l "cojent" physicians. nm
Complete thread -- I'm hearing blade, but s/l maybe there is a blip in the dictation.
Complete thread -- Muco-Fen
Complete thread -- AC is before meals, not sure what fu and bk are, but it would be
Complete thread -- usually hear a.c. and hs.
Complete thread -- Med/ s/l mu-co-sin.
Complete thread -- Is patient female? ? Serophene - fertility med
Complete thread -- neovascularization noted superiorly in terms of *tufts*
Complete thread -- 16 units of NPH insulin subcutaneously s/l ACFU and 34 units of NPH insulin s/l ACBK
Complete thread -- acumen and since this type of letter complement sm
Complete thread -- towards the posterior _____ of the macula.
Complete thread -- Allergic to s/l serafin.
Complete thread -- Never mind the image part. just the EKG of the s/l overall AFL was felt to be normal.
Complete thread -- Shoot, I put complaints in the text but it's compliments
Complete thread -- sleeping kind of makes sense to me. there is lots of literature on how sleeping in wrong
Complete thread -- additional context?
Complete thread -- compliments and s/l "acumens".
Complete thread -- femoral head repair: The hip was also stable in the sweeping (OR SLEEPING) position
Complete thread -- s/l overall AFL? see below
Complete thread -- (googling Lamictal oculomotor tremor seems to support) (not oculogyric crisis)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll check that out further. Really hearing the motive at end, but he is ESL.
Complete thread -- agree oculomotor (eye twitching) maybe extrapyramidal side effect from meds?
Complete thread -- oculomotor, I believe
Complete thread -- Pt on Lamictal. I do not find any significant *oco-motive* tremor. Pt stated
Complete thread -- attenuation?
Complete thread -- WAGs - infiltration? infiltrates?
Complete thread -- chest x-ray which does reveal improved right middle lobe *atteration *
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would think it would be one of the statin meds with that list of problems
Complete thread -- Zyloprim is closest I can think of but not sure that would fit context
Complete thread -- I do 4+ unless client instructions say not to use plus sign, then 4 plus
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Currently include lisinopril, Tricor, *ziloprotin*, and meloxicam.
Complete thread -- 4+
Complete thread -- Just curious how others do this: He had 4+ strength with elbow flexion. 4+ or 4 plu
Complete thread -- or could it be infranasal?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't see any other context, but could he mean that as the time out from the event
Complete thread -- wow what a great wag, thanks. He drags it out but that's it.
Complete thread -- should say theater or film, TV etc. on stage or on set
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- WAG-Imdur?
Complete thread -- In theater or a dresser helps get actors into costume (fast!) ...?
Complete thread -- I think the second word is extranasal. Some of his words are hard to figure out!
Complete thread -- And?
Complete thread -- medication s/l "en jee or" 60 mg daily. See list. Elderly pt has CAD, CHF,
Complete thread -- closed rhinoplasty - ESL
Complete thread -- question about occupation. Man who is a "dresser" anyone ever heard of such a job?
Complete thread -- WAG ??modality??
Complete thread -- see link...apparently some inguinal hernias can be
Complete thread -- During stereotactic radiosurgery, s/l "Cox Formality" and a steep dose gradient.
Complete thread -- WAG??L5 herniated disk??...but don't use if you can't confirm
Complete thread -- He could be saying "anesthesia surgery" and while
Complete thread -- s/l "one-A time" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- he will be a reasonable candidate for anesthesia surgery. see below
Complete thread -- I'm finding total IgE test, but he seems to throw an extra syllable in. Going to flag.
Complete thread -- s/l clive herniated disk
Complete thread -- He sounds Russian, fairly good command of English but does weird things with time. Will
Complete thread -- geez, not sure what he means, 1700 hours would be 5pm, I'd leave like dictated
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will go back and listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- Check a *toe-toxium* IgE and get a white count with diff to look for eosinophilia.
Complete thread -- It is a solution that coats the inside of specimen vials EDTA to prevent clotting
Complete thread -- patient was seen at 9 hours 57 minutes - should this be 0957? He says 17 hours for
Complete thread -- thank you I will go back and relisten
Complete thread -- I will relisten.. thank you
Complete thread -- thank you so much. that takes care of that blank in every echo
Complete thread -- thank you, I just didn't know if that sounded right or not.
Complete thread -- proper is correct. Being within the strictly limited sense, as of a term designating some
Complete thread -- or even the rxlist box above - it will give your answer
Complete thread -- significantly positive. riboflavins?
Complete thread -- type in your exact s/l in http://www.drugs.com/search-wildcard-phonetic.html
Complete thread -- Food skin testing showed significant positive to *rider fah-lye-gins.* Please
Complete thread -- was coming back to say.. also listen for ... end diastole and systole
Complete thread -- "proper" seems fine to me
Complete thread -- (you posted a name in there!)
Complete thread -- I am guessing it must be defective but does not quite sound like that.
Complete thread -- I flagged it, it just has to be wrong.
Complete thread -- think you are hearing: end-diastole and systole (pronounce sis-to-lee)
Complete thread -- which created a *defectant* condition precipitating the plaintiff’s
Complete thread -- 96 centimeters = 37.7952756 inches.
Complete thread -- first s/l = in; no ideas on the second s/l.. never heard that before
Complete thread -- s/l DTE may be VTE = venous thromboembolism sm
Complete thread -- Dr. states this 4-yo has a head circumference of 96 cm! is that possible? sm
Complete thread -- echo..diastole and systole? and mitral valve ___ appears
Complete thread -- Sorry, that's HYPOtension
Complete thread -- His only medication is "Mitrin" for orthostatic hypertension.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for the tip on doing s/l search in Google! I never thought of that before.
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- equivocal, maybe?
Complete thread -- Sounds right to me.
Complete thread -- suicidal ideation with no *acute* plan and no homicidal thoughts
Complete thread -- *equal hill* diagnostic evaluation
Complete thread -- Corneal abrasion. significant s/l concussive vias
Complete thread -- yes, I think that's what he's saying. Thank you!
Complete thread -- 0 Ethibond?
Complete thread -- The *inguinal peritoneal* incision was made in the left lower quadrant.
Complete thread -- The patient has a trophic sheen/atrophic sheen to the feet.
Complete thread -- hernia repair - ESL
Complete thread -- I can't even find what DTE thrombophilia is supposed to be. You sure?
Complete thread -- I think it is platelets in .... not and.
Complete thread -- pl sm
Complete thread -- ciprofloxacin ?
Complete thread -- I guess this is what I was wondering, plus the way the differential is stated.
Complete thread -- antibiotics, s/l "sebum flot in" 2 grams, for presumed abdominal infection
Complete thread -- Thanks but is that likely what I am hearing in this circumstance?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- on EDTA pl sm
Complete thread -- The EDTA.
Complete thread -- Looks like she is ??? THE " EDTA. " Since that is in the *** and her message
Complete thread -- He has*HPFPE*probably unprovoked, although any previous history of DTE thrombophilias
Complete thread -- Just put you s/l together --- enoxaparin on the 2nd ?
Complete thread -- We have discussed a sort of _____-type approach using
Complete thread -- good guess.. go with that..
Complete thread -- just type in google your exact s/l without spaces and you will get your answers
Complete thread -- Pt with psoriasis, ADD, MRSA, depression, psoriatic arthritis, UTI, sepsis, & anemia
Complete thread -- yep sounds right. Thank you.
Complete thread -- What are you questioning in particular?
Complete thread -- screw??
Complete thread -- mono, 3 eo, PLT 162,000 and *E D T A*.
Complete thread -- guess-hyperemic?
Complete thread -- Thank you !!!!!
Complete thread -- a *swooo* in the right first toe
Complete thread -- before
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear this.
Complete thread -- I hear this as well.
Complete thread -- s/l preliminarily?..nm
Complete thread -- potassium?..nm
Complete thread -- Does an addendum go just before the signature line or just after it in a letter?
Complete thread -- Answering my own question for the archives. Finally found it in
Complete thread -- Got it. It was three recent bouts of gastroenteritis!
Complete thread -- obgyn word help - sm
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Nevermind - this is really garbled. Will send blank.
Complete thread -- didn't mean to start such a stir. Didn't hear "i" sound at first, then heard pro,then nol
Complete thread -- Maybe
Complete thread -- thanks, will look for that
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- semi-atypical sounds
Complete thread -- s/l cit-ra-zene
Complete thread -- Could it be Flonase?
Complete thread -- Could it be Alazon? It kind of sounded like "Alaska" and this is close.
Complete thread -- He later says Herceptin so I'm assuming he's just misspeaking above and will flag. nm
Complete thread -- med s/l Fromase
Complete thread -- s/l "worse and neck"
Complete thread -- the context suggests ibuprofen.
Complete thread -- thank ya!!
Complete thread -- rheum note
Complete thread -- however, as much as it s/l propranolol, ibuprofen seems to fit the context better.
Complete thread -- Doctor inspected the oral structures and located the
Complete thread -- Yes. Loose stools are loose, watery stools are watey (liquid, rather than loose)
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- she says "not" in here. is there a difference between loose watery and just loose?!
Complete thread -- Correction
Complete thread -- s/l bats cats enteritis
Complete thread -- and it wasn't just propanel - but propanel now (which screams propranolol in my head)
Complete thread -- propanel now - VERY clearly sounds like propranolol to me.
Complete thread -- propan = profen? just guessing.
Complete thread -- That's gotta be it.
Complete thread -- How in the world does ibuprofen sound like your s/l, OP?
Complete thread -- TripleFlex??
Complete thread -- I wonder if doc means HER-2/neu receptors.
Complete thread -- i was going to suggest propranolol. quite a leap from s/l propanel to ibuprofen.
Complete thread -- I find NAA = nucleic acid amplification (NAA) test and I saw one hit as NAAT
Complete thread -- hatsoff
Complete thread -- Guessing: Mantoux (see if it fits)
Complete thread -- Mantoux
Complete thread -- got it, ibuprofen
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- Psoriatic arthritis on Orencia
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Nope! Just generic. nm
Complete thread -- quiescent
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- "at any diluent of the methacholine"
Complete thread -- I am hearing a different mp3.
Complete thread -- I think I hear, slightly. Thanks!
Complete thread -- He had no significant drop in his FEV1 ___ went the
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Thank you much! capped?
Complete thread -- yup, goo! see message.
Complete thread -- Okay I meant --- "_______saccadic pursuits." There is another word there.
Complete thread -- Saccadic Pursuits
Complete thread -- metastatic mammary duct carcinoma with positive ER and "Her-cept" receptors.
Complete thread -- Just checking: med that sounds like "try-plee-flex"
Complete thread -- Patient w/blood sugar issues. D: When she runs she brings a package of
Complete thread -- No frank nystagmus, _____, equal reactive pupils.
Complete thread -- see message...
Complete thread -- could doc possibly be saying "nystagmus"?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She has positive Romberg, *can tandem*, a little astasia... slight *perimeter* rapid
Complete thread -- pinprick levels almost to the feet? but now that I see this, I might have been listening
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- yep, "might" be tyrosine (hypothyroid) sm BUT also Tikosyn (heart) so ?
Complete thread -- S/L foyas.
Complete thread -- She has poor vibration position in her feet. Pinprick _____, cold diminished
Complete thread -- as you said, he wants his transcription "just so" His report right?
Complete thread -- info on KyphX (cement) etc
Complete thread -- creases?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I did google this as "jam sheeting" Kyphx needle...couldn't find it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- just ***lateral to the lateral upper kisses*** to the right eye
Complete thread -- Jamshidi.
Complete thread -- Did you verify this jam sheeting somewhere? What did Google say?
Complete thread -- Kyphx "jam sheeting" needle...is this correct? kyphoplasty
Complete thread -- Why not tyrosine?...see link
Complete thread -- Patient with diabetic foot infection. Underwent a "low pain transmitted tarsal pump-
Complete thread -- Ty both - I think I'll have to flag this one. nm
Complete thread -- Nope. In the end, he is the one who signs off on it and it is his responsibility
Complete thread -- I have a very particular doctor here who wants his
Complete thread -- WAG-check out if it is B-type natriuretic peptide (BNP)
Complete thread -- guess-terazosin? (for BPH)
Complete thread -- Depakene??
Complete thread -- Tikosyn
Complete thread -- med s/l tyrosine
Complete thread -- labs
Complete thread -- thank u, BB ...
Complete thread -- cephalexin as postoperative prophylaxis for a back procedure.
Complete thread -- thanx
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Aggrenox.
Complete thread -- wav sent
Complete thread -- drug sounds like nexium agrinose. Not sure if one or two meds
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- looking up the word incontinence, unless she peed or pooped out of her mouth
Complete thread -- thanks I will
Complete thread -- ha, you're right. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- just guessing, but fibrin? Look it up in One Look
Complete thread -- "Patient had 3 to 4+ edema bilaterally and chronic stasis changes ...
Complete thread -- Really? Obviously she/he has been here before, at least enough to know
Complete thread -- sure it isn't bigeminy?
Complete thread -- A for atrial, V for ventricular
Complete thread -- Please don't!
Complete thread -- Learn the English way of writing a sentence.
Complete thread -- V pacing very infrequently (rest of the sentence)
Complete thread -- The last interrogation of his pacemaker revealed he is A pacing and 97% some of the time h
Complete thread -- atrial and ventricular
Complete thread -- is there A pacing or is it just V pacing?
Complete thread -- I'd listen for nontender
Complete thread -- I believe the big 3 on-line American schools are considered to be (in alphabetical order)
Complete thread -- will go back and listen thanks
Complete thread -- I meant no evidence of organomegaly. PE said abdomen soft and
Complete thread -- this cannot be.. mitral valve no evidence or organomegaly?
Complete thread -- totally guessing... STEMI? SM
Complete thread -- what you gave in this post is more context
Complete thread -- see below... sounds like following germany to the LAD.
Complete thread -- hmmm, I'll listen again.
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- medical transcriptionist ?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- no, it's not.
Complete thread -- Never mind, ignore this. sorry.
Complete thread -- the word impulse is there
Complete thread -- All caps in internet messaging is yelling. it is hard to read. So you don't have to
Complete thread -- Not a problem, all caps is like yelling. You didn't know.
Complete thread -- i am not yelling :), just asking :)
Complete thread -- modified Ashworth 4/5 in both lower extremities
Complete thread -- Tone is increased..........modified Ashworth
Complete thread -- extremities, possibly slightly ... examinations. Still at least modified Ashworth
Complete thread -- Can't get it but you need commas
Complete thread -- YOU DON"T HAVE TO YELLLL. WE CAN SEE IF YOU POST!
Complete thread -- JUST SEE THIS
Complete thread -- what a life saver thank so much
Complete thread -- end-expiratory
Complete thread -- Physical exam he says lungs a few s/l in expiratory wheezes?
Complete thread -- there was a PDF file about 1/2 way down on that page that even had pics of what you
Complete thread -- tnx for the help :)
Complete thread -- leg lifts, hip abduction, side lying, and bridging. She is usually doing 1 set of about
Complete thread -- I'd stick with what the doctor dictated.
Complete thread -- that link did not work
Complete thread -- I hope you can get this link. I think it is side lying but it even has pics
Complete thread -- Yes, laying her hands is correct here
Complete thread -- Comma after disease, and would think none of it refractive TO intervention
Complete thread -- leg lifts, hip adduction, and side-line and bridging. She is usually doing 1 side about
Complete thread -- CAN ANYBODY HELP :)
Complete thread -- I'll listen again thank you
Complete thread -- an aid in choosing the correct verb forms, remember that lie means to recline, whereas lay
Complete thread -- Usually hear refractory s/m
Complete thread -- Too late probably but "limited as far as exercise"
Complete thread -- I have a whole cheat sheet for that question! so you had it right
Complete thread -- New account, new doctor.. a question of retractive or refractive. see below
Complete thread -- I googled hysterectomy apocrine metaplasia for you
Complete thread -- laying or lying?
Complete thread -- No I don't. He gave the pulse at the beginning of the PE as 60 then
Complete thread -- TY. Flagging it.
Complete thread -- can't catch it and would flag it or leave a blank.
Complete thread -- Appears that it is metastatic from breast ca I'd think
Complete thread -- got it I believe. EST. Negative exercise stress test. not VST Thanks
Complete thread -- VST?
Complete thread -- Comma after stomach, then inserted into, not just in, and Gastrographin
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Tubal ligation and hysterectomy for "apocrine metaplasia"
Complete thread -- mp3 help.
Complete thread -- wag: NST?
Complete thread -- haven't you any more context?
Complete thread -- let me finish here accidentally hit return..
Complete thread -- And the question is? Stress is not capped
Complete thread -- the patient had a Stress test and the doctor says (I think)
Complete thread -- He was stating thats where the patient was originally seen and his pulse was??
Complete thread -- thank both of you VM
Complete thread -- Stalevo is for Parkinson's
Complete thread -- Not sure of first s/l, but last may be "and senna" laxative.
Complete thread -- drug help please
Complete thread -- I don't understand what you are saying - what does pulse have to do with a clinic?
Complete thread -- a long shot here? maybe.
Complete thread -- thanks, all. should have come back to say I left a blank and moved on.
Complete thread -- I got it finally! "ice unit"
Complete thread -- Does that mean he is having sex?
Complete thread -- s/l **I.C. knit** ????
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- still (as in 'yet'), markers of myocardial....
Complete thread -- Thanks to you all. I sure do appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- ? gastrograph should be Gastrografin. I don't know if you
Complete thread -- Thank you!! After you gave me the word, I looked it up and
Complete thread -- Gastrografin
Complete thread -- Helicobacter pylori?
Complete thread -- was a little *dense* and causes the stomach to
Complete thread -- serial?
Complete thread -- mons?
Complete thread -- good guess. but, darnit, nope. thanks, though!
Complete thread -- This doctor is making me nuts. I don't usually transcribe OB/Gyn. sm
Complete thread -- serum?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- salve
Complete thread -- This is a really stupid question but I am totally blank - sm
Complete thread -- s/l sill markers of myocardial necrosis will be obtained to rule out myocardial
Complete thread -- Patient sick with cough, cold, hoarseness
Complete thread -- "and sorting" - Sensory?
Complete thread -- oh, of course! thank you very much
Complete thread -- CVL?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- In March, he had a s/l C-B-L placement of a Broviac.
Complete thread -- Esmarch (on)
Complete thread -- and sorting = axial loading? long shot.
Complete thread -- s/l "S. Martin"
Complete thread -- systolic is the top number and it should always be higher. I would flag it.
Complete thread -- Thank you. What I think I hear now is, sm
Complete thread -- Can syscolic be higher than diastolic blood pressure? I.e. 75/82?
Complete thread -- Wondering if he's saying "pieces."
Complete thread -- ?vensee=Babinski
Complete thread -- I have never done podiatry and am just helping a friend whose husband is dying.
Complete thread -- s/l out of pixes?
Complete thread -- No, doesn't s/l it, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- tenodesed?
Complete thread -- Using 0 Vicryl, we s/l "ree-to-vised" the peroneus brevis tendon
Complete thread -- NM, sending in blank.
Complete thread -- Med list, *lipgran* 2000 mg a day
Complete thread -- If anal incontinence was said, I would assume feces (versus blood, etc.)sm
Complete thread -- ISR playing pharmacy "He is currently getting a dose of uterus"
Complete thread -- Really? Chemical code. Ok, I'll check it out. Thanks much.
Complete thread -- Sounds good. Thanks, BB.
Complete thread -- likely urosepsis?
Complete thread -- chemical code...
Complete thread -- I'm doing another ESL dictator (what else is new?). Please help if you can. Re ERCP.
Complete thread -- oh, thank you!
Complete thread -- And I was not talking about it literally either, but I don't think they would
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: Sepsis, likely due to sepsis.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- equinus
Complete thread -- I wasn't suggesting salivary was dictated
Complete thread -- s/l choanus - sm
Complete thread -- I would not think salivary = oral.
Complete thread -- acetylcysteine
Complete thread -- is it clear? google hits with salivary incontinence
Complete thread -- medication help - sm
Complete thread -- papillae?
Complete thread -- Never mind, I'm sure it's prepubic. Had a brain fart. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Pa with UTI. On abdominal exam he says she has a little bit of prepubical tenderness.
Complete thread -- Never heard it ever in over 40 years of MT work.
Complete thread -- s/l vitilla
Complete thread -- CTA (angiogram) and V (venogram)
Complete thread -- Never heard it ever in almost 30 years of MT work.
Complete thread -- Absolutely. She's very tough. Don't think I would have gotten. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- s/l "CTA and V" - neuro-ophthalmology
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think so. I thought that is what it s/b, but didn't sound like it.
Complete thread -- ...here's the link.
Complete thread -- yes, strong possibility, SM
Complete thread -- Thank you. It would help if she would learn to speak clearly.
Complete thread -- oral incontinence? IS there such a thing? If it's slang I have not heard it...
Complete thread -- Try a search for PA Medical Association - they should have a listing by specialty sm
Complete thread -- I believe I found it--Dr. Stephen Kruk. Ty anyway!
Complete thread -- I agree w/ Darlene and poster below. I would bet money it's Apidra.
Complete thread -- need to put A positive. not A+. antibody? serology
Complete thread -- a PCP (family doctor) in Pennsylvania Dr. Steven s/l Cruh
Complete thread -- Meant to say this is an OB discharge.
Complete thread -- Blood type A+. Negative screens for typical *Am ee* serology.
Complete thread -- Somatic? Sometimes used to mean musculoskeletal in a vague way.
Complete thread -- Micronor (Progestin-Only Oral Contraceptives)
Complete thread -- Denied any new "smatchik" weakness. Chinese dictator.
Complete thread -- thanks anyway. beautiful list! none sound like what she said.
Complete thread -- I would put T5 to T8 here but use "-" in consecutive i.e. T5-6.
Complete thread -- Here is my list on insulin, can look over
Complete thread -- to
Complete thread -- We will plan to treat her with s/l micknor for cycle control. sm
Complete thread -- easily googled. You can read some of the hits, take a minute to learn
Complete thread -- Blanking today. "The patient has tactile pain with barely rubbing on the SM
Complete thread -- Looks like we could use some humor here:
Complete thread -- i officially give up. flagged it, moving on. need my sanity! :}
Complete thread -- i'm looking at every word in the insulin section of my drug book...nada...
Complete thread -- "History of congenital heart disease including coarctation with su ...
Complete thread -- a c d a c a - absolutely agreeeeee, it is THEIR report
Complete thread -- no, not at all. this one's driving me nuts. i know i said i was gonna flag...
Complete thread -- You don't think she could be saying glargine?
Complete thread -- Why do YOU insist on this being so darn minor. And there is nothing
Complete thread -- no, definitely not that. thanks anyway. she's saying like "eepeegla"
Complete thread -- she's got quite the accent. gonna flag. thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- i did that and not finding anything that sounds like what she says.
Complete thread -- which could have been found via poster's suggestion below
Complete thread -- Newbie or not - constructive criticism not bashing is in order here.
Complete thread -- s/l ipigla is prob Apidra sm
Complete thread -- Google insulin lantus and * and check out 3 or 4 hits down for answer
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- ESL doctor... Insulin (Lantus and s/l Ipigla)
Complete thread -- Why must everyone assume this is a NEWBIE? She did not say she was a newbie. No excuses!
Complete thread -- And some bitter folks should have the good sense to quit taking shots at newbies for minor
Complete thread -- I figured it out....it's "dry iron weight." nm
Complete thread -- LOL at myself. hair-bearing. wayyyy
Complete thread -- bearing
Complete thread -- hear-bearing.
Complete thread -- Although this is an enzyme supplement, I have seen it
Complete thread -- Yes, docs love to say "myself" for some reason.
Complete thread -- hair-bearing vs hair-baring areas of pubis in op note for skin graft....Please
Complete thread -- He underwent liver biopsy. This revealed inflammation, but s/l " dry iron bate"
Complete thread -- prby very late with this response, but I knew Dr. Tkach whose name is pronounced that way
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! Much appreciated.
Complete thread -- you are correct. "He was seen by me"....although it seems EVERYONE in the world loves to
Complete thread -- I cut the cord myself. I, myself, would do it this way, etc.
Complete thread -- Probably too late, but are you aware of this link where you can search by specialty and
Complete thread -- the correct word is ME! Myself is a reflective pronoun that can only be used to refer to
Complete thread -- I think both work, but myself sounds more formal
Complete thread -- I might be wrong but with those I just say the sentence as if the "and" part is not there.
Complete thread -- Oops..I hope you understood that above, had my boxes backwards! :)
Complete thread -- poorly!
Complete thread -- He was seen by myself and Dr. Smith. Myself or me? Thanks!
Complete thread -- committment
Complete thread -- I was there. He said eroxin which came up with nothing but think I might
Complete thread -- I think it is Enoxin? I did a search on antibiotics since most of those seemed
Complete thread -- See previous note - Drugs.com is great search resource, advanced search for phonetic/class
Complete thread -- 51-year-old with suicide attempt. We will transfer to ICU for one-to-one sitting.
Complete thread -- WAV file sent, thanks
Complete thread -- ENT - turbinectomy - s/l dissection in a "y-gam like" sm
Complete thread -- more history included
Complete thread -- Med in an allergy list that sounds like Iroxan as close as I can tell. pneumonia and
Complete thread -- The only reason I thought midodrine is once before I had it and
Complete thread -- Thank you, very helpful!!
Complete thread -- Finally got it. Yes, that's what it was. Thank you very much!!
Complete thread -- Guessing PEG tube and guessing midodrine 2.5 mg
Complete thread -- First is probably PEG tube - as for drugs .... (More)
Complete thread -- help with 2 blanks
Complete thread -- Beano, which is a 's/l raptose' supplement
Complete thread -- Tumor, node, metastasis. numbers T2bNXM0. It is in the archives and in
Complete thread -- Endometrial cancer staging sm
Complete thread -- It is "does not think they are a problem. He has sore hands."
Complete thread -- D4?
Complete thread -- I have done EVERYTHING I can think of, including surgeon search in PA, but the thing is,
Complete thread -- Am I invisible? Anyone around here? Has everyone, including Elvis, left the building? :)
Complete thread -- Did you try searching above? I searched Tak and didn't find
Complete thread -- as prominent as them or these.
Complete thread -- word help - sm type of lump
Complete thread -- Obviously there is a certain faction that is never ever going to do that
Complete thread -- As was stated below, OP could have easily found this by Googling. It's not like we all KN
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Lyme disease, or lyme borreliosis,[1] is an emerging infectious disease caused by at least
Complete thread -- Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi
Complete thread -- You can find more info on these 2 by googling lyme and ehrlichia same thing.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- "I will send titers out for Lyme, Ehrlichia and Babesia." Aren't Lyme and Ehrlichia
Complete thread -- Just wanted to clarify my s/l a lil bit: s/l tack-ish
Complete thread -- Pt had popliteal surgery of lower extremity by Dr. s/l Takash. (Pennsylvania).
Complete thread -- Once again you are WRONG!!!!
Complete thread -- sounds like "in the midline"
Complete thread -- thank you very much ...
Complete thread -- bounce home test
Complete thread -- "s/l dance-home" test. (please help, thank you)
Complete thread -- Yes, she was omitting. She was omitting "at her." I agree that it did not need to be
Complete thread -- NOOOOOOO Please check rules for s/v agreement
Complete thread -- 9. In sentences beginning with there is or there are, the subject follows the verb. Since
Complete thread -- The uterus was noted to be ____.
Complete thread -- were is correct as fever and/or chills is two things
Complete thread -- maybe pneumobilia?
Complete thread -- pls ignore my suggestion..
Complete thread -- He is getting a blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- There was no fever.... anything that comes after no has no consideration
Complete thread -- There were no fevers or chills.
Complete thread -- was with "or", were with "and"
Complete thread -- hemobilia? or something *bilia..
Complete thread -- Unsure what he is trying to say here.
Complete thread -- There was no fever or chills. Doc says there were no fever or chills. I realize sm
Complete thread -- Well you know what? If they are not going to use a grain of common sense, they should be
Complete thread -- A CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis was obtained demonstrating no acute pathology sm
Complete thread -- adjunctive measure?
Complete thread -- adjunctive?
Complete thread -- give us exact sentence PLEASE
Complete thread -- as an alternative measure?
Complete thread -- She was NOT omitting, she was CHANGING WORDS THAT DID NOT NEED
Complete thread -- WAY over the top..... omitting "at her" changes NOTHING contextual!!!!!
Complete thread -- refers to viscosupplementation as an ____ s/l aductive measure
Complete thread -- OMG. No "CLEANING" up of anything is needed. That's the darn point. Have
Complete thread -- I also like "G1 P1 female" - (like a male gives birth?)
Complete thread -- Well shore!
Complete thread -- If this is not a verbatim acct and you have authority to "clean up" language, personally,
Complete thread -- Normal circumcised male phallus? As opposed to what, a female phallus?
Complete thread -- Implantive device?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- ahhh, sorry, thanks
Complete thread -- Crazy that it took all this to try to convince the OP that it was not broken
Complete thread -- petrous
Complete thread -- MRA: Signal loss within the proximal s/l peatross portions of internal carotid sm
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- EXACTLY!!!! Look at all the time spent on this - all taking away from production. Don't
Complete thread -- tonic-clonic
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: *T/C* seizure
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestions.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yell for her gives different meaning man, leave it as yell at her
Complete thread -- there is a - Kopan breast lesion localization needle
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! Great advice/reasoning. : )
Complete thread -- Could he just be repeating/stumbling over "for him again"?
Complete thread -- Never mind. It's Vantas.
Complete thread -- s/l copange needle
Complete thread -- all over again?
Complete thread -- but I did fill that for him also, again. ???
Complete thread -- I would leave it as dictated, it doesn't really change the recommendation either way.
Complete thread -- And so therefore, there is NO need to edit/change it at all. The doctor dictated
Complete thread -- S/L Advancis injection
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Leave it as dictated. Only the doctor dictating knows his implication. And ESLs
Complete thread -- Well, I guess in the area, as in radiating up to? Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- but making it say yell instead of yell at does not change anything at all. sm
Complete thread -- welcome!
Complete thread -- Not sure if ESL is mistakenly using "would" instead of "will." I guess it could
Complete thread -- Seriously? Fine. I think that the OP has received the feedback that she
Complete thread -- I did fill that for him *alf floor again*.
Complete thread -- One of the hardest things to get is that it is the doctors report, not ours. Changing
Complete thread -- cardiac auscultation area (but never heard of bowel sounds in heart though)
Complete thread -- OMG chill out.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I can hear bowel sounds in his *cardio cos-sul-tation* area. SM for exact
Complete thread -- I can't believe I didn't hear that. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I would use patellar
Complete thread -- Yes - that's it!!! He says the arm is small also - THANKS!
Complete thread -- Well, we all understood perfectly. You want to change the tenor of the note
Complete thread -- might be phocomelia
Complete thread -- I see your point, but there is still no need to change the sentence
Complete thread -- Achilles and patella reflexes (patella or patellar?)
Complete thread -- before everyone has their knickers in a twist, this is what I wanted to do:
Complete thread -- I'm assuming you meant blank it, not delete it, right? It makes perfect
Complete thread -- Rt upper arm contracture suggestive of focal s/l "milia" (foreign doctor - stated x3)
Complete thread -- You know yell because otherwise she couldn't hear. NOT yell like you're getting yelled
Complete thread -- polyps?
Complete thread -- Nares are patent without s/l(_polis_) ?
Complete thread -- No kidding! If she changes that, who knows what else she changes.
Complete thread -- That's the one! New word for me. Thank you very much :)
Complete thread -- No offense, but...are you kidding??!! She is HOH and you have to yell for her to hear it.
Complete thread -- incentives ?
Complete thread -- impetus
Complete thread -- Ms. xxxxx was not able to identify any specific S/L "infadis" for why it was time for
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That'd be grounds for a firing. Why would you even think of deleting
Complete thread -- Yes, he did mean it. He said it and it's obvious what the meaning is. Use common sense.
Complete thread -- This is just another example of where MTs want to take liberty and edit/delete info.
Complete thread -- OMG NO you do NOT want to delete that. Why would you even think about deleting that?
Complete thread -- Noooooo. He just means you really have to raise your voice for the patient to hear.
Complete thread -- "list number one"? - just number it as you have it?-anyone else?
Complete thread -- why? doc is emphasizing the fact that pt is hard of hearing and so has to yell at(shout)
Complete thread -- I don't think MD meant yell at her, do you? Thinking of deleting it.
Complete thread -- were normoreflexic?
Complete thread -- pregnancy at 33.5 weeks, status post _____.
Complete thread -- Deep tendon reflex 2+/2+ which were normal *reflexa*
Complete thread -- Thank you. Yes, I think that's it. Later, she goes on to say the
Complete thread -- s/l soast cyst may be some version of pancoast cyst (a guess)
Complete thread -- if you are worried 48 is too high a number.. you need not.. pl sm
Complete thread -- guess-psoas?
Complete thread -- Sounds like so-ast cyst.
Complete thread -- my guess would be 48 since it is a specific value rather than a range..(4 to 8)
Complete thread -- 48 or 4 to 8?
Complete thread -- I knew the wording was close but just not quite right. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- s/l engulfment and retraction
Complete thread -- That is what is sounds like to me. Doesn't sound pleasant.
Complete thread -- Questioning my last sentence. MP3 file added.
Complete thread -- All you had to do was simply google scapular ringing and it would have said scapular wingi
Complete thread -- s/l Peel AVM may be pial AVM ?
Complete thread -- pial? (pial arteriovenous malformation)
Complete thread -- Full sentence please.
Complete thread -- Well, thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- First blank is Dialect....not sure about the 2nd
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- S/L "peel" AVM - posterior frontal PEEL AVM?
Complete thread -- Breisky-Navratil straight retractor
Complete thread -- I think you're right and he pronounces as "by sock a doll" Lol.
Complete thread -- anastomosis?
Complete thread -- **in ass in ohsis**
Complete thread -- s/l Breski-Navatoe retractor ???
Complete thread -- oops.. that shld have been guess..
Complete thread -- or another gues... bisacodyl?
Complete thread -- guess.. your s/l reminds me of carisoprodol?
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- med called "bisopidol" - by sop i doll
Complete thread -- ligamentum teres
Complete thread -- s/l lit mentum paris
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- Scapular winging is in Stedman's Orthopedics. :)
Complete thread -- help with word
Complete thread -- PT report
Complete thread -- thanks, was just coming here to say I finally got it. Thanks so MUCH!
Complete thread -- guar gum
Complete thread -- There is guar gum.... not sure if that's what you need.
Complete thread -- 7 y/o pt with short gut syndrome. Med s/l go ar gum? do ar gum? packet
Complete thread -- Dynacirc CR
Complete thread -- thanks everyone for the help
Complete thread -- Afrin inhaler ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it ...bystolic
Complete thread -- Bystolic (for hypertension)
Complete thread -- medication s/l bistolic 5 mg qhs
Complete thread -- rx: s/l dinacet CR 10 mg
Complete thread -- been trying and trying ... 1st ____lyte? second - is it possibly aspirate inhaler?(WAG)
Complete thread -- s/l "dialyte" -- few unreliable hits on Google
Complete thread -- Because Weds are always worse.
Complete thread -- Of course employer has choice. If go by BOS 2nd pg 72, says sm
Complete thread -- got it, soft holosystolic murmur
Complete thread -- heart exam
Complete thread -- Can't get first one at all, and second is some kind of inhaler. Sorry can't help more.
Complete thread -- sorry.. maybe someone else might get...
Complete thread -- Thank you, my account does not seem to have a preference, but I am trying to improve my
Complete thread -- WAG - peripheral?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav - reposted
Complete thread -- depends on your account specifics, otherwise I see no preference
Complete thread -- Thank you! That sure does make more sense.
Complete thread -- enterococcus
Complete thread -- Brain fart. Infection, s/l inner cocus. What can I not get this?
Complete thread -- should be there now
Complete thread -- bumping?
Complete thread -- See msg. TY.
Complete thread -- there is no WAV
Complete thread -- WAG - phleboliths ?
Complete thread -- When typing about toes and fingers, do I spell out first, second.. or use 1st, 2nd?
Complete thread -- yes,flebullous
Complete thread -- s/l peri 4 series - sm
Complete thread -- What is the sound like? flebullous?
Complete thread -- AP pelvis
Complete thread -- Check out Planet Hollywood Casino & Resort, could it be Aladdin, they may also have an
Complete thread -- med help, wav posted
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Google Mostellar Clinic Mobile, AL....nm
Complete thread -- looking for a clinic in AL that s/l Mosteller Clinic - thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l indoor ring is annular ring sm
Complete thread -- thanks will listen again.
Complete thread -- Barium swallow with upper GI...nm
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- It seems the simplest are the hardest for me too!
Complete thread -- duh! How obvious! Trying to make a mountain out of a molehill again here.
Complete thread -- I see 2 things on searching A+D ointment and this link at Walgreens
Complete thread -- I can't hear that but thank you. I guess I'll blank it for now.
Complete thread -- CO2 pCO2
Complete thread -- A&D ointment
Complete thread -- Gold Coast?
Complete thread -- thank you... I have yet to proofread this text yet, but will fix this now. Thanks
Complete thread -- long shot: OTC ointment for psoriasis: s/l a-an-dee. nm
Complete thread -- ps - a missing word in your text "She does a history of alcohol abuse" (have)
Complete thread -- I am looking for a casino name in Las Vegas that s/l gaddis casino. I can't find
Complete thread -- ABG help - sm
Complete thread -- S/l to me is saying citalopram again, maybe lost place and
Complete thread -- Thanks...I flagged it and if QA gets back to me, I will return for archives.
Complete thread -- thank you.. I will relisten to it and see if I can hear bits of this.. if not, I will flag
Complete thread -- cardiac ?
Complete thread -- could they really be slurring amyotrophic lateral sclerosis?
Complete thread -- s/l amylo-sor-spirosis - neurological condition, please see message for context.
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- That totally makes more sense. I tried to hear it but just did. Will go with it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- MAYBE s/l history of "probably dehydration" I don't hear dilatation
Complete thread -- wav file. Heat and dehydration is what the assessment is
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- Content - Patient had gone in for excessive edema in his extremities.
Complete thread -- He went to the emergency room and his s/l ocky labs were done.
Complete thread -- Thank you ! nm
Complete thread -- Got it --- SlimGenics
Complete thread -- Guess --- "commissurotomy and/or ring"
Complete thread -- She just stared the s/l "sillen jannix" program. She wants to try to lose some
Complete thread -- There is also a Jivan Patel who is a cardiologist and internal medicine dr/see link
Complete thread -- I got one s/l
Complete thread -- I think he is sayin "Patchy air-space (or airspace) disease in the left upper lobe.."
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't "think" that's it. Jivan Patel is a dentist. I am looking for family
Complete thread -- cardiology help
Complete thread -- Does the patient have cancer by chance?
Complete thread -- s/l kitayopram
Complete thread -- Google Dr. Jivan Patel and see if this fits...
Complete thread -- drug s/l "myo-klor-i-fin"
Complete thread -- has improved. _____ space disease at left upper
Complete thread -- Got it. It is actually... as it is felt
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania s/l Juwan (jue-won) Patelle (puh-tell). I have found many
Complete thread -- The plan was supportive care only as a*self*intervention would lead to significant co
Complete thread -- Bumex (bumetanide).
Complete thread -- patient with a history of atrial fibrillation, hypertension, periphera ...
Complete thread -- Never mind. I had to send it in.
Complete thread -- child with peeling of skin on dorsal surface of index finger.
Complete thread -- Cool. Glad I could help.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying E. faecalis..tnx very much
Complete thread -- is faecalis in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- HUGE thanks to both of you - absolutely BRILLIANT! TYVM and good-night. :-)
Complete thread -- cyancobalamin(e)? Vitamin B something. check
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamin?
Complete thread -- Medication s/l sigh-ANNA-koh-bal. Pls sm for context.
Complete thread -- s/l epikaylis?
Complete thread -- welcome! :-)
Complete thread -- I agree. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I hear "increased incidence of type 2 diabetes"
Complete thread -- Another MP3 uploaded.
Complete thread -- so are the days of our lives
Complete thread -- Yeah..that sounds just like it.
Complete thread -- TY.
Complete thread -- protocol ordered labs
Complete thread -- s/l portal
Complete thread -- SSC maybe? Similac Special Care
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- works for me - the doc is a _________. So frustrating.
Complete thread -- Gosh I hate abbreviations. Baby formula FFE? 24 calorie formula or SSE or
Complete thread -- a simple bacteriuria
Complete thread -- Gave Cipro for "a-sim-toe-bast-your-eee-ahhh".
Complete thread -- x-rays show hematoma was found
Complete thread -- try ud in the Search box
Complete thread -- x-rays show hematoma was found
Complete thread -- Like fish to bait, like a moth to a candle.
Complete thread -- PG gel(s).
Complete thread -- Found it perhaps Prostaglandin...
Complete thread -- Any help is appreciated, don't do much obstetrics...
Complete thread -- Page 5!! LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Raney clip(s)...
Complete thread -- Intraoperative CT in image-guided surgery of the spineFile Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Qui
Complete thread -- incision was made over the left frontal region. s/l "Brainey" clips were placed.
Complete thread -- I thought maybe "fascia of Gerota" and he's saying "gerote" but I don't find notes of
Complete thread -- head in a s/l "gel ring" turned slightly to the right
Complete thread -- I'd try for some fossa of something or other.
Complete thread -- might work well!
Complete thread -- WAG: triangle of Calot
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- or his 5 months of therapy.
Complete thread -- His 5-month therapy.
Complete thread -- LOL> VR put "Will have a beer and albuterol nebulizer treatments available as neede
Complete thread -- I would just put "of" after month, 5th month of therapy.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- go away, stalkers, yuo and don looking for prey to bash.
Complete thread -- Since Dx I would GOLD - the Global initiative for chronic Obstructive Lung Disease
Complete thread -- Abdominal surgery for resection of "fossil of kerote" in the past surgical
Complete thread -- I just heard it. It's "slight jaundice" so moving on.
Complete thread -- "Sly gympus" is noted. Chronic changes in his eyes are also noted Cypriot(ic) accent
Complete thread -- It was bypass. Thanks.
Complete thread -- how did the dog? cause an infirmity? Fall? bite? dragged him over the lawn?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- don't know s/l, but followup is 1 word there. for followup (noun!!) follow up is verb. to
Complete thread -- Good! Glad to help.
Complete thread -- Breakfast?
Complete thread -- This 76-year-old female for follow up for open heart surgery & s/l bria tast.
Complete thread -- YES THANK YOU
Complete thread -- a fall in February == wild guess!
Complete thread -- He has had some dizziness also and a "fall infrabrewity"
Complete thread -- Found it - Sil-Ophtho She was saying and Sil-Ophtho.
Complete thread -- UD may be "undiluted"
Complete thread -- s/l capacitance - sm
Complete thread -- wow.
Complete thread -- and saline eye drops?
Complete thread -- Thank you! I have two really fussy kids and I needed this
Complete thread -- Oh Don, it's obviously time, grasshopper.
Complete thread -- What? Someone can't look through 5 pages to find a freakin answer? I did and I have dialup
Complete thread -- Yep, you nailed it! TYVM. He makes my brain hurt.
Complete thread -- Limbrel (flavocoxid) is a prescription medical food product, taken under doctor supervisio
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- In med list *An sil* eye drops.
Complete thread -- Page 5!!!!!! wow
Complete thread -- I'm thinking she is midpronouncing iodosorb, no wonder I was drawing a blank.
Complete thread -- And also, if you HAD ACTUALLY USED drugs.com phonetic search, you would have found your an
Complete thread -- How about "anatomy"
Complete thread -- drawing a blank tonight :( Wound care with s/l isosorb and Xenaderm.
Complete thread -- Heck, you didn't have to google anything BUT Androcor and it gave Androcur!
Complete thread -- Limbrel nm
Complete thread -- unfortunately he didn't list it again...
Complete thread -- How do you know that is a medication? If it is, listen for it again when he lists meds or
Complete thread -- How does that fit with a pain contract?
Complete thread -- I just googled your SL and male pattern baldness.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I have no idea why either.
Complete thread -- Came right up when I googled your s/l - Androcor male patter baldness. There it was.
Complete thread -- Really? I typed your EXACT word Androcor into google and it said Did you mean Androcur.
Complete thread -- Pain management doc / .wav sent / weird drug name?
Complete thread -- Same ENT report, this time brain MRI showing s/l an NME - pls sm.
Complete thread -- as per her prior required protocol (tripping over his words)
Complete thread -- chronic cardiac protocol
Complete thread -- Thanks for input... could be, hard to say 100%
Complete thread -- And, thank you very much. No idea why I couldn't find that. Search for 20 mins!
Complete thread -- Yes, and nothing there. Trying different spellings.
Complete thread -- Here you go - Androcur
Complete thread -- sounds like a supplement. did you try google?
Complete thread -- required protocol?
Complete thread -- The pt tried s/l Androcor for his male pattern baldness. (Tried rxlist & phonetic
Complete thread -- Doc means IV piggyback
Complete thread -- Pain management doc / .wav sent
Complete thread -- od?
Complete thread -- IVP?
Complete thread -- naloxone 0.1 mg IVP s/l "you-dee" p.r.n.
Complete thread -- It wasn't last period, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I know you said you sent, but based on context I would say
Complete thread -- Thanks!! ...
Complete thread -- I'm thankful for your WAG. Yes, it was command. LOL. Hard to believe on the s/l huh?
Complete thread -- Never mind, sent it on to never never land.
Complete thread -- Thanks for everyone's input. Actually, I thought that by "compromising diagnoses" he may
Complete thread -- Seidel. Woods lamp.
Complete thread -- WAG.. any command or demand hallucinations? (Being told to do things in the hallucination)
Complete thread -- history of PID with last s/l "fittin" in January
Complete thread -- yes, i had thought about that, but because the esl actually says it as a 3-syllable
Complete thread -- Prednisolone reduces the irritation, redness, burning, and swelling of ...
Complete thread -- prednisolone?
Complete thread -- eye sign
Complete thread -- doing a YAG laser for opacified posterior capsule...at the end, a drop of
Complete thread -- The patient denies "uneathamine" hallucinations.
Complete thread -- oops, sorry, didn't mean to start a new sentence s/b compression factors relating to
Complete thread -- Don you are a pain person, love to give it, love to get it.
Complete thread -- My "answer" is that "comprising" diagnosis would not make sense as a
Complete thread -- wonder if could be saying --sm
Complete thread -- your answer?
Complete thread -- ahh I seeee "don" waiting around to pounce on prey. Sheesh
Complete thread -- not in that context
Complete thread -- oops, bumped the keyboard, not done posting
Complete thread -- compromising may be comprising diagnosis
Complete thread -- No, did you see it was an ESL and see how the whole thing is a crock
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- Yeah, so? What's wrong with that?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Gotta go out now but will check when I return. Thanks for any help.
Complete thread -- I believe the where vs were mistake was the MTs.
Complete thread -- IF he is healthy, he isn't on any medications. LOLOL. He can affort his cocaine and
Complete thread -- a stent (on) the right (aortic to femoral) and she is waiting for a
Complete thread -- Thanks for the chuckle - I needed it!
Complete thread -- Fracture or factor in this sentence (from a doc who speaks very fractured English)?
Complete thread -- Does this sound right? Please SM.
Complete thread -- And he probably is noncompliant with meds because he can't
Complete thread -- depending on the reduction that we can get at the
Complete thread -- wav sent. SM for content.
Complete thread -- You think this post was 'fun'? You need to get out more, don.
Complete thread -- Indeed he is a very healthy man
Complete thread -- I just have to share...."He smokes 2 packs per day, drinks a fifth of
Complete thread -- see link...I do find it on a hospital's check list
Complete thread -- thanks 4 ur help... sm
Complete thread -- some kind of receptors
Complete thread -- those are genes?? what?
Complete thread -- Just forget zero zero and try to hear CXCR4 or CCR4
Complete thread -- Your wild guess is right on. Cognitive. You're the top! Thanks again!
Complete thread -- I'm listening for that now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Sorry,just a typo on my part...Says zero, zero 4 zero, zero
Complete thread -- cognitive disorder maybe?
Complete thread -- For some, it obviously is the first time.
Complete thread -- How exactly does he pronounce it? oh oh 400 or zero zero 4 zero zero
Complete thread -- You have letters OO and then numbers 400. Please clarify
Complete thread -- ESL dictator doing ROS - Neuro. Please help if you can.
Complete thread -- yes, I thought it might be a clinical trial or something, but cannot document.
Complete thread -- yes, I thought it might be a clinical trial or something, but cannot document.
Complete thread -- Are we talking AIDS/HIV?
Complete thread -- I saw it but assumed it was a typo and not a dictation error.
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room on an "eye cart" and was positioned
Complete thread -- please sm, have never heard of this.
Complete thread -- This is the only post today which provided some fun
Complete thread -- Why not? It's been discussed here hundreds of times, lol.
Complete thread -- Nice to see some people who pay attention and understand!
Complete thread -- See at first "ESL ugh"
Complete thread -- what r u talking?
Complete thread -- Not yet! patience grasshopper!
Complete thread -- or rather take extra seriously
Complete thread -- ya, after posting I realized it :)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Would of never got that one from his mumbling and stumbling over it.
Complete thread -- where temporal! NOT were! My BIGGEST pet peeve!!!
Complete thread -- Well, same to you!
Complete thread -- ?where
Complete thread -- MTHFR
Complete thread -- moment has arrived see above.
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- He has an *MFHRS* deficiency for which he is taking folic acid to prevent clots.
Complete thread -- full sentence is a question itself
Complete thread -- what exactly is your question?
Complete thread -- ESL UGH "She revealed a CT of the head and C spine performed at
Complete thread -- Just waiting for the right moment. Every question has been boring.
Complete thread -- No fun in word board today.
Complete thread -- Scientific (capital S) (link attached for you)
Complete thread -- usually hear the side (right = R) maybe right modified radical or the like?
Complete thread -- ? great duct of LMA?
Complete thread -- great duct of s/l allomain.
Complete thread -- s/l RNA mastectomy. Dx of breast cancer in the right breast approximately 1998 with
Complete thread -- Did I type this correct? cardiac note. thanks!
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- The AAMT BoS says you wouldn't expand one if that term is so widely used that
Complete thread -- ROS: She states she has been having some issues with recurrent herpex simplex of her
Complete thread -- wondering if referring to sphincter of Oddi?
Complete thread -- Would you expand GOLD in diagnosis? Really long and looks kind of
Complete thread -- Adults: 250-1500 mcg/day (10,000-60,000 int. units)
Complete thread -- well googling it seems they use that much daily to quickly increase vitamin D levels.
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard of taking vitamin D 50,000 units DAILY? I personally take sm
Complete thread -- switching the camera to a *5 4* with the lateral port
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- No *utero sphincter* was felt during placement.
Complete thread -- it's in the archives if you type amps in Search box
Complete thread -- duh....I just figured it out....thanks for the help though
Complete thread -- chapped
Complete thread -- ampules?
Complete thread -- s/l tapped?
Complete thread -- Probably will get told I have a dumb question here but what would amps be expanded sm
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- atypical
Complete thread -- Thats it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- The pt. could have ... a typical OR atypical bacterial infection like TB.
Complete thread -- Ignore what I posted. That has to do with ear plugs!
Complete thread -- I'm finding CarboFlex
Complete thread -- Caboflex Odor Control Dressing - I have never heard of this so you need to verify
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- esophageal dilatation thanks
Complete thread -- using a X bougie, something was performed? what is context?
Complete thread -- A size 54-French Maloney s/l Boujou was performed. TIA
Complete thread -- wound care dressing s/l cobble flex outer dressing
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will listen again. ...
Complete thread -- thank you thank you thank you!
Complete thread -- soft wrist restraints?
Complete thread -- probably soft restraints
Complete thread -- ancillary info
Complete thread -- see link...it would seem possible "carotid stenosis" is part of
Complete thread -- Laboratory data and _______ other details in the record.
Complete thread -- P.S. (altered mental status and renal failure)
Complete thread -- Activity: Bedrest with s/l "soft limit strength."
Complete thread -- Ha ha ha, my guess was right
Complete thread -- sometimes
Complete thread -- Thanks to all! I flagged. Doc went on to talk about opiates and even beer, so who knows.
Complete thread -- They dictate something like that
Complete thread -- she does have severe s/l supraquiet stenosis above her ophthalmic arte ...
Complete thread -- i got the prozac, but pravastatin seems far off no?
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your suggestions
Complete thread -- pravastatin and Prozac?
Complete thread -- this is good suggestion
Complete thread -- WAV: med s/l 'provastin'. Past medical history: heart murmur, gilbert's syndrome
Complete thread -- Oh, another one to consider! Gosh, I really can't tell. Not clearly any of
Complete thread -- May be BEER, u tempted me, I have to go now :)
Complete thread -- ...and maybe I don't know how to spell that! opioids, of course!
Complete thread -- ??IV heroin, p.o. narcotics ??
Complete thread -- Hmm, there's a thought. I'll go back and listen again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- You know, maybe it is opiods and he's saying part of it under his breath. He goes
Complete thread -- maybe something that the crowd he hung around with did all the time, as his
Complete thread -- Polysubstance abuse, including IV heroin, *peer* narcotics, crack cocaine, ....
Complete thread -- As far as I know, the patient "per sell up" left ventricular systolic function.
Complete thread -- or two times, 20-second freeze/thaw cycle?
Complete thread -- could use the words he says, such as 2 times 20-second or 2 by 20-second or
Complete thread -- 2 x 20-second freeze/thaw cycle?
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- wbc is normally put like 10.8 × 103/mm3 ... see if those are the same?
Complete thread -- Thanks. It was not obvious to me as it does not sound like that.
Complete thread -- 3.9 to the 10th (power) ng/L
Complete thread -- Her white cell count runs between 3.4 and 3.9 x10 s/l nanograms per liter.
Complete thread -- OP has died, no answer. ...
Complete thread -- it is obviously "grill bar"
Complete thread -- rail maybe
Complete thread -- Thanks to both. I think that's right, she just stumbled over it.
Complete thread -- one *grail* or bar was cracked in the grill of her car
Complete thread -- How would you type out "liquid nitrogen 2 x 20 second freeze-thaw cycle"
Complete thread -- disk?
Complete thread -- thanks for help with "rolling walker" many hours ago! that was it! :)
Complete thread -- disk margins ?
Complete thread -- s/l ** vicks **
Complete thread -- I was pondering that. I'd feel better about it if she had some kind of sm
Complete thread -- Do doctors use micrometer to measure wounds?:)
Complete thread -- I hear Relafen pronounced that way sometimes.
Complete thread -- Type as dictated in sentence
Complete thread -- unknown med ....38-year-old female (H&P prior to breast reduction surgery) sm...
Complete thread -- It simply rounds off at 2 decimal points as 0.33 Good grief
Complete thread -- points would be my guess; 12-point system review
Complete thread -- Here's the link...
Complete thread -- It's actually 0.33333333... I checked archives under 1/3 cm and found
Complete thread -- venues?
Complete thread -- Where does it say that in either the archives or in the bos? I know they
Complete thread -- I didn't hear wave - but may be -- joules-- in there with a number given
Complete thread -- that's a new one for me
Complete thread -- no neurolytic changes or neurolysis -- adhesions/inflammation of nerves etc.
Complete thread -- a guess -- s/l harboring of may be harbinger of
Complete thread -- harbinger?
Complete thread -- is it organs??
Complete thread -- magnesium sulfate? Not sure about dose and age
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- interstitial lung disease
Complete thread -- second blank is ex fix (or ex-fix) meaning external fixator
Complete thread -- only other things I have heard are parts or points. Does not sound like volume though
Complete thread -- In ROS, doc dictates "All other 12 *s/l volumes* reviewed and negative (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I guess you get used to anything. These days, she is one of my better speakers.
Complete thread -- one third is 0.33 cm. 0.5 x 0.33 x 1 cm
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- (oops, that last part would be "and about 1 mm deep" as dictated.)
Complete thread -- thank you...I never would have found that with what I heard! :)
Complete thread -- Thank for the help
Complete thread -- you are welcome. I don't envy you listening to her!
Complete thread -- I think I also hear this. Gad, she takes some getting used to a c d a c a
Complete thread -- Doc giving centimeter measurements, saying about, and using fractions...
Complete thread -- condylomata
Complete thread -- dose-dense
Complete thread -- I hear that~! Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Word help: s/l con-de-lum-a-da
Complete thread -- might be peau d'orange
Complete thread -- breast exam, s/l "border launch" appearance
Complete thread -- I THINK - 70 mEq per liter of sodium bicarbonate
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l dose tense is dose dense AC
Complete thread -- ??isoelectric?? see link
Complete thread -- patient with breast cancer - chemotherapy drugs
Complete thread -- see link....appears to be ypT2b ...but I did not read in depth
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. slowed her down. History below
Complete thread -- I Googled 640 mg bolus and 2 things popped up at the bottom of page. Propranolol
Complete thread -- k, thanks
Complete thread -- All you had to do was google your EXACT s/l!!!!
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Sinus rhythm, ST segments s/l "ice and eclectic".
Complete thread -- Yep.
Complete thread -- pulmonary embolism *in the face of* reversible condition that being a dilation and
Complete thread -- Probably misspoke; Avapro+HCTZ = Avalide
Complete thread -- I would be happy to follow him with you as necessary. ..is what I think I hear
Complete thread -- I would be happy to follow along with you _____
Complete thread -- s/l Y pT2b N0 M0, stage III....sm for more
Complete thread -- I listened again; you are correct. Thanks!
Complete thread -- spine would lead me to think epiduroscopy.
Complete thread -- might be Guillain-Barre
Complete thread -- 4 yo with breathing problems. sm
Complete thread -- giambre syndrome?
Complete thread -- I would add a semicolon before and, but just my humble opinion.
Complete thread -- the patient is on *Avalide HCT*. I could not document this drug's name with HCT as
Complete thread -- Spinal endoscopy with lysis of adhesions and s/l efiduroscopy (can hear the F )
Complete thread -- maybe Itching increased. Atarax added.
Complete thread -- thanks. I thought I heard something about tables.
Complete thread -- Found it. diagnostic colonoscopy
Complete thread -- Atarax is given for itching.. but your sentence does not make sense as is
Complete thread -- Itching. Increase s/l aterax added. (no other info given)
Complete thread -- Right flank pain. He has underwent s/l diacolic escropic evaluation for xxxxx.
Complete thread -- A size s/l D2 or E2 femoral component to complete cuts?
Complete thread -- comma and semicolon help please!!
Complete thread -- while setting up tables?
Complete thread -- admitted with AICD shock _____ and status post EP
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Great! Glad I could help!! :-)
Complete thread -- you're welcome. :-)
Complete thread -- THANKS, Olive! That's what it is. :)
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. thank you.
Complete thread -- guessing: rolling walker?
Complete thread -- That was my guess too. Valsalva?
Complete thread -- I was so far off. Thank you Olive.
Complete thread -- guessing: Valsalva?
Complete thread -- Rozerem.
Complete thread -- consider antecedant
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway for any time you spent. I sent it to QA.
Complete thread -- Discontinue Ambien, begin s/l rose zare um
Complete thread -- Denies any s/l antiseatent injury or overuse. Rotator cuff injury.
Complete thread -- hesitancy and dysuria with *full sall va**
Complete thread -- The question was about a nomal blood sugar level in ketoacidosis.Your links did not
Complete thread -- of difficulty, under direct visualization
Complete thread -- i would leave it
Complete thread -- something..visualization...nm
Complete thread -- WAV: colonoscopy details....
Complete thread -- how slurred is it? could it be rolling walker or 4-point walker
Complete thread -- Got it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "she is walking outdoors with a s/l "broman" or "berlin" walker. thanks!
Complete thread -- you're welcome. :-)
Complete thread -- thanks. i'll try it.
Complete thread -- appose?..nm
Complete thread -- The question is answered if you READ!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- One 10-0 nylon suture was placed to *oppose* the conjunctiva.
Complete thread -- s/ point one two forceps - is this correct, cannot verify
Complete thread -- INR for therapeutic ____. Coumadin. Google INR therapeutic drug. :-)
Complete thread -- Coumadin?..nm
Complete thread -- An INR testing for therapeutic * cue men* levels was found
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Doorknob?
Complete thread -- I'd flag. Especially since he/she doesn't even seem to have even noticed it.
Complete thread -- guessing: envenomation? (check spelling though)
Complete thread -- (pardon the rhyme) s/l ?tap-un-sway? and pump points
Complete thread -- dumptruck?
Complete thread -- That's not the question.
Complete thread -- s/l dubtrob accident
Complete thread -- s/l in-den-i-ma-tion (looked on google and one-look)
Complete thread -- including "decreased density," as suggested below.
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- Ahh. So, guessing you probably somewhat resemble your sister gives me some vague idea of
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- or commissura
Complete thread -- commissural lines?
Complete thread -- plastic surgery account
Complete thread -- oh, doh. just saw your parens. decreased attenuation? = another possibility
Complete thread -- decreased echogenicity?
Complete thread -- Does this require a flag? Doc says metabolic acidosis likely secondary to DKA
Complete thread -- density of the liver?
Complete thread -- Showboat
Complete thread -- There is some mild s/l decrease end-stage of liver?? (ct abd and pelv)
Complete thread -- s/l "Showbow" Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. My google is loc ...
Complete thread -- residual room
Complete thread -- Been there :) YW
Complete thread -- I looked and could not find it. Of course, now I do...sigh..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Can you hear residual volume?..nm
Complete thread -- kitty, if you're still around...
Complete thread -- another big thanks.
Complete thread -- From Drugs.com...see message
Complete thread -- I think "finding" should be "flattening?"...nm..don't know s/l
Complete thread -- No bending, lifting, stooping...
Complete thread -- you are welcome!
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- synovial biopsy ?...nm
Complete thread -- thanks ltt, new to this account and you've been a great help
Complete thread -- finding of the hemidiaphragms, and residual _____ is very minimally elevated
Complete thread -- KP - keratic precipitate (see link)
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- he says a, uhhh.. ointment and patch was(were) placed on the eye
Complete thread -- "Medrox". Would this be short for medroxyprogesterone? sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Begin a statin to decrease her "heme-a-tory" plaque, inflammation, etc., given the
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- motor and sensory symmetrical
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- one more mp3 pls
Complete thread -- hear it clearly now, thank you.
Complete thread -- yes this is a letter to another doc. thanks
Complete thread -- reposted as mp3
Complete thread -- secondary to a fall. Incident complicated with acute back... workup revealed negative for
Complete thread -- s/l round and dilated from your office (writing to another doc?)
Complete thread -- can you post mp3?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- at least that is what I hear.. but not sure
Complete thread -- WAG - dilated here in the office?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- I have not figured out how to post a WAV....
Complete thread -- wav please
Complete thread -- s/l stam-a-man ?
Complete thread -- (I LIKE your suggestion! :-)
Complete thread -- There is a "frequency" difference in the use of EKG vs ECG based on geography, meaning
Complete thread -- peri-infarct?
Complete thread -- status post bypass surgery, doing well, remaining free from angina wit ...
Complete thread -- yes. Doc slightly misspoke, saying "days" rather than "weeks"
Complete thread -- I believe this confirms that the advice you received below was correct and what you need.
Complete thread -- Dictator later says 5 point 6 7 gestational weeks.
Complete thread -- 5-6/7 weeks.
Complete thread -- just found answer myself. Thanks for your help
Complete thread -- If you read my entire post you would have your answer.
Complete thread -- okay. was checking if EKG is okay or considered like slang and should be transcribed as
Complete thread -- I usually hear as 5 and 6/7 weeks - meaning she is 1 day short
Complete thread -- You have EKG/ECG in reports all day long, cardiac or not.
Complete thread -- patient is a G1, P0 at 5 weeks and 6/7 days by an LMP of ... ...
Complete thread -- dr dictates EKG okay to leave, or switch to ECG
Complete thread -- of CUSS, OF cuss! I intended that word to be "the," not "he."
Complete thread -- Right on, pal!! To my recollection, he final product=2"x2" cotton gauze folded to enclose
Complete thread -- (I like this suggestion, "viscosity." Another possible choice ="specific gravity of about
Complete thread -- can't get the first part of your 2nd s/l ... pl sm
Complete thread -- first s/l = MARs?
Complete thread -- I don't get it. Isn't a pledget made of cotton? Does it have a "tip"?
Complete thread -- can't understand, pls help
Complete thread -- viscosity of about water??? ...
Complete thread -- fluid....
Complete thread -- which one is correct cotton-tipped pledget or cotton-tip pledget
Complete thread -- WAG - check out if *desmopressin* is in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- Good For YOU! That's great sleuthing!
Complete thread -- Oh I got it!!! The patient has no paleness!!!
Complete thread -- I can hear this but once again I do not see that it makes sense. I think I will just give
Complete thread -- I was hearing pain too, but did not think it made sense either.
Complete thread -- pain?
Complete thread -- The correct addy for Sam's commercial train video site: SM and link.
Complete thread -- (Sam's "sig other" = Nina Deckert, my sister. Nina's mom=Alice Bates Walker, also my mom.
Complete thread -- She is on Diovan, Boniva, s/l concur, suprasin", OsteoCare, Refresh eyedrops..SM
Complete thread -- Or instead of "though," almost sounds like "unless," but that doesn't make much sense.
Complete thread -- s/l has no pain, only she bruises easily at times
Complete thread -- Or if you go by BOS, 207,000 cu mm (not mm3)
Complete thread -- The patient has no pain, though she bruises easily at times. ?? (not sure but I hear pain