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Complete thread -- no it isn't
Complete thread -- I'm alerting the WB owner to UR post b/c I think what you say has merit even though I SM
Complete thread -- The "reversal" of subject and name fields seems to generally be a giveaway too.
Complete thread -- :-) Thank you for posting! Ashamed I hadn't already noticed that OP prediliction!
Complete thread -- It's also a dead giveaway for offshores, so helpers can avoid them if they wish.
Complete thread -- OP switched subject and name fields, as many do, since name field
Complete thread -- (I had presumed the "nm" expanded to "never mind," as usual when in subject line.(?still
Complete thread -- (thank you so much, "not-the-OP"! oooOOOooo! I get it, now! Tx 4 UR "elder mentoring" SM
Complete thread -- "tx" is text speak for "thanks"
Complete thread -- hmm..?
Complete thread -- My condolences: both to you (and to the patient!!:-) Thanks for filling us in! :-)
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- no. "wedge-shaped defects"
Complete thread -- V/Q scan showed many pulmonary s/l wetshaped defects? thanks.
Complete thread -- My thanks as well!
Complete thread -- anytime, gal!
Complete thread -- It's just basically an iron pill with vitamins and folic acid. I found it. This was a
Complete thread -- bunch!!
Complete thread -- for fast reply.
Complete thread -- admonished?
Complete thread -- He is s/l admo-aged not to discontnue coumadin. thank you.
Complete thread -- (methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase)
Complete thread -- MTFHR
Complete thread -- not enough info for me to help. Someone else? However SM
Complete thread -- Hidey, fgjjgj. My hunch = UR doc mislearned/misremembered proper drug spelling
Complete thread -- hematology: No s/l MPHFR abnormailty, no protein C deficiency. tx
Complete thread -- agree: benign positional vertigo
Complete thread -- I accept that you reached your threshold of frustration and gave up. SM, if you wish,....
Complete thread -- If you type benign*vertigo up above in onelook, you get 4 choices.
Complete thread -- well, the metoprolol - its the way she says it, med-Ay-pro-lol
Complete thread -- Not to be rude, but so much of what a doctor says never sounds like what it is. They are
Complete thread -- That's what I would think but it didn't sound like that but I am going ...
Complete thread -- I found some some obscure google crap.
Complete thread -- Giving a bunch of numbers with slashes after Multigen Plus. S/l
Complete thread -- positional (BPV)
Complete thread -- Vertigo
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- I think doc misspoke. He may mean 80 pounds. Who knows!
Complete thread -- did you think this made sense: "and lost about 80 metals"
Complete thread -- tip: google "full * excision" (in quotes, just like that)
Complete thread -- you need comma after "inner phalangeal joint"
Complete thread -- yup, it was perfect
Complete thread -- you can drop the comma after "thin"
Complete thread -- u could get medal 2 if u made sure ur sentence made sense
Complete thread -- google brings up Smit
Complete thread -- Pt had cervical cancer, chemo & radiation. Had s/l *cement* /sm
Complete thread -- I, too, hear "the" - even with all the background noise.
Complete thread -- :] ...
Complete thread -- no - you're just better than you think you are LOL
Complete thread -- nevermind, figured it out
Complete thread -- neuro, s/l speech. Make sense?
Complete thread -- sorry i see now u wrote that! ...
Complete thread -- thnx gotit! CO2 of 27? good? ...
Complete thread -- Clarify: he's saying CO2 27 but you have to put a word in there so that 2 numbers aren't
Complete thread -- CO2 of 27
Complete thread -- thank you so much ur really kind and helpful here. I think u deserve a ...
Complete thread -- sodium was 130, potassium 3.5, chloride 91, [CU 227], BUN 22, creatini ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- normal?
Complete thread -- S/L---- nero weight------
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- looks good to me
Complete thread -- I like your solution
Complete thread -- The voluntary motor unit potentials *are good amplitude and good duration*.
Complete thread -- just felt wrong. thnx ...
Complete thread -- DESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURE: The patient was brought to the operating roo ...
Complete thread -- a well-developed, thin, elderly gentleman (too many commas?)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks--I'm going to ask them about it
Complete thread -- TY ladies! :)
Complete thread -- sounds good. Thank you
Complete thread -- I thought yeast for #2 as well, and s/l "E foods" on #1
Complete thread -- that is what I saw too so I was confused cuz that is what doc said, thank you!
Complete thread -- I really don't see anything wrong with that.
Complete thread -- sorta looks like it is when googling. gives Creon 5000, 10000, OR the Creon Forte but
Complete thread -- How can I transcribe docs words more grammatically correct? It appear ...
Complete thread -- can't get the first but 2nd ?? yeast ??
Complete thread -- Here is the sample from BOS (I say you are correct)
Complete thread -- Discussion? (I would've said plan, but you already have that)
Complete thread -- That's how I understood it also - you are right, QA is wrong (imagine that!)
Complete thread -- I think it is more of what is happening during the visit versus an actual assessment.
Complete thread -- wav posted now. Sorry about that!
Complete thread -- still no wave
Complete thread -- Thanks. If I understood correctly, it would not be capitalized here, right?
Complete thread -- ? ASSESSMENT
Complete thread -- Is Creon Forte 40,000 the same thing as Creon 40,000?
Complete thread -- This is per BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- heading for a psychiatric followup. How would you call this
Complete thread -- thank you! ...
Complete thread -- Do you always cap after a colon? See sentence
Complete thread -- wave not there yet
Complete thread -- WAV posted. She has lost about 80 metals. She says that __ taste like ___ or sour
Complete thread -- thanks, ws thinking along those lines.
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- which is pending with ______ spine and pelvis __________.
Complete thread -- rebreather with high flow nasal cannula and a s/l needzen. GENERAL:
Complete thread -- full-thickness
Complete thread -- full thickness
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: [Full technish] regional excision of skin mass of the right ...
Complete thread -- THANX! ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Dermal skin mass overlying the inner phalange ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ecotrin
Complete thread -- Magnesium oxide, tamulosin, Zetia, glipizide, ____ 81 daily, Coumadin
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Can you help me with punctuating this sentence? Followup [pcc doc] ___ ...
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you so much MT50!
Complete thread -- k thanx ...
Complete thread -- still hearing "first using combination Movicol and failing that ..." making sense or not
Complete thread -- but doesn't that not make sense, a combination of Movicol and what?
Complete thread -- first using a combination of
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "combination" in there but can't get the rest
Complete thread -- What we will do is we will attack her constipation first ??????? Movicol. Failing th
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- lidocaine 1% plain
Complete thread -- agree; last one is very wrong. L3, L4 does not mean L3-4.
Complete thread -- solution of Marcaine 0.25% plain, lidocaine _____ plain. With adequate
Complete thread -- Thank you to both of you. I am giving him a blank.
Complete thread -- Agree it is probably 15-3, but we cannot be sure if he is referring to two different
Complete thread -- I'm betting on CA15-3.
Complete thread -- CA15-13? Probably means CA15-3. Can't document 15-13. Can you?
Complete thread -- I'd type it just like that.
Complete thread -- How do I transcribe if doc. is saying: "L3, L4, and 5." ...
Complete thread -- I agree with MT50, verbatim.
Complete thread -- Darlene, thank you for sharing your Centerwatch.com site!
Complete thread -- I would do verbatim L3, 4, 5, and S1
Complete thread -- depends how verbatim your account is, #1 or #2, but definitely not the last one.
Complete thread -- question re: medial branch block
Complete thread -- Oh thank you!
Complete thread -- :) And I can't thank you enough for all the great help you provide here, including to me.
Complete thread -- maybe you need a new set of headphones. "the" is most certainly dictated and makes sense
Complete thread -- Good point, shall do!
Complete thread -- MT50, just wanted to say that I sometimes find it helpful to see the whole med list
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for taking the time to try, will post if QA sends back an answer
Complete thread -- Sorry, MT50, I couldn't come up with a thing.
Complete thread -- Thank you for your time, had to move on as dictation was finished
Complete thread -- Dictates under medications s/l so-spot 2 to 5 b.i.d. (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Says "extremities - correction" and then goes into labs...
Complete thread -- CN II through XII grossly intact. Gait normal. ______.
Complete thread -- no, "the" is not missing. Just: "in English language"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Mom died of a brain aneurysm.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Nonsmoker, nondrinker. She has five children. She is currently a house mom. ______
Complete thread -- worded strangely, but makes sense. AST is 80, ALT 110, both elevated.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?elevations of *80/110, AST/ALT*.
Complete thread -- how about "demonstrating" lateral patellar tilt?
Complete thread -- oh absolutely NOT being sarcastic. that was sincere. :)
Complete thread -- kelp not capitalized.
Complete thread -- maybe nodular?
Complete thread -- maybe firm and gravid. can't be no signs of gravid in 2nd trimester.
Complete thread -- meeting a budget
Complete thread -- maybe somersalted (turning it end over end?)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- delivery note: s/l silver salted
Complete thread -- missing "the." in the English language literature
Complete thread -- All but 9 of these...
Complete thread -- In addition, he has been the co-supervisor of ten functional neurosurg ...
Complete thread -- yes, female pregnant in second trimester. Is she saying "no signs of gravid"? Or "with
Complete thread -- I have reposted. i think you should hear it now.
Complete thread -- amazing!! Exactly
Complete thread -- I hear (something) and then "gravid". Is this a female patient?
Complete thread -- Can you give a s/l? Because I don't hear anything on the mp3.
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Soft, nontender, nondistended. ___(2:53)
Complete thread -- Rutgers?
Complete thread -- 106 peer-reviewed publications to his name, including 46 as first auth ...
Complete thread -- I am looking for s/l "Red Cross University" in NJ area, or maybe Recruss Universtity
Complete thread -- i have made wav longer. i do not hear initial. i hear something like "short" but
Complete thread -- okay, see inside (don't want to prejudice any fresh ears).
Complete thread -- sorry, never mind, it starts at "our," doh.
Complete thread -- it's really too short and clipped off for me to tell, but I'm not hearing "via" there
Complete thread -- I have known Dr. ____ for about ten years via our ___involvement in or ...
Complete thread -- Now I hear "demonstrated", not "images". The gost is ...
Complete thread -- thank you for your help
Complete thread -- is to discontinue. obvious from the context too.
Complete thread -- thank you all , thanx fgjjgj for encouragement. though not sure if ur ...
Complete thread -- do you hear just to continue or to discontinue- I would appreciate a second ear
Complete thread -- thank you. I guess I should flag because she clearly says borage oil
Complete thread -- agree, I think it's a misread of borage oil. see link inside
Complete thread -- found Borage oil cap, but not bonage???
Complete thread -- listening again... It does sound like growing goiter, does that make sense? It should
Complete thread -- . I suspect that she has a posterior s/l "growing___ goiter
Complete thread -- looking for a drug or natural supplement called "Bonage oil cap".
Complete thread -- he does say further in the report it is yellowish/greenish.
Complete thread -- thanks. I was hearing protracted.
Complete thread -- I think it's "productive"
Complete thread -- For the last 2 months, she has cough. For the last week, the cough has become
Complete thread -- Blanks are good - especially on meds.
Complete thread -- new or not, the poster hasn't been coming back and letting us know any more info. They
Complete thread -- I have no clue. He gave no reason for the antifungals either although that may be because
Complete thread -- I have no clue. He gave no reason for the antifungals either although that may be because
Complete thread -- LB: I forgot -still the more words ya hear/read/shared,the better, MTing a long process sm
Complete thread -- any mention of herpes (it's antiviral drug) Can post a voice file?
Complete thread -- There is another good drug site I use "centerwatch.com sm
Complete thread -- wondering why might pt be on acyclovir?
Complete thread -- Darlene, this is our student. We may not find out what the word is.
Complete thread -- Hmm, I have a feeling he's pronouncing acyclovir as "a clo vire"
Complete thread -- guess since can't hear, have you heard of ghost image/artifact?
Complete thread -- med s/l "eklovyte" 800 mg b.i.d.
Complete thread -- I'd venture to say something about radiologic images radiologist radiology. maybe a new
Complete thread -- thanks !
Complete thread -- Exam at that time demonstrated tenderness over the patellofemoral join ...
Complete thread -- thanks fgjjgj
Complete thread -- if I remember correctly he did dictate the word "hour" he said it like "24-hour 7"
Complete thread -- thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- he reworded from cancer to adenocarcinoma currently undergoing
Complete thread -- chest tube/catheter - they call 'em all sorts of things.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks. I had googled that but only got hits for
Complete thread -- google Arrow chest tube
Complete thread -- s/l arrow style or aero style
Complete thread -- thank you ikmkfg
Complete thread -- C. diff colitis
Complete thread -- fail
Complete thread -- PMH: Significant for gastroesophageal reflux disease, hypertension, arthritis,
Complete thread -- the word "hour" was never dictated, yet you added it?
Complete thread -- gotta love 'em!! hehe
Complete thread -- She has me looking to see if DEAP is an abbreviation!
Complete thread -- You think that is bad - she just spelled deap for me - d-e-a-p
Complete thread -- bahahaha, had to share: Radiology doc gives description of exam and says s.m.
Complete thread -- every dog has his day, lol :-)
Complete thread -- Sometimes, I feel so stupid at this job!
Complete thread -- OMG! After listening many times, doctor is saying "and chronic Coumadin." She was (sm)
Complete thread -- but even if he means that, you probably can't be sure unless clarified elsewhere. A flag
Complete thread -- "mean" chronic (use of) Coumadin. Chronic=long-term, acute short term urgent
Complete thread -- Brilliant! That makes perfect sense!
Complete thread -- Maybe meaning switched to filter from chronic Coumadin?
Complete thread -- Yes, it is from.
Complete thread -- *blushing* hehe
Complete thread -- Is he saying "with" or "from," because up above you said "from Coumadin"?? if s.m.
Complete thread -- Definitely saying "with."
Complete thread -- GENIUS!
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying "on" chronic Coumadin??
Complete thread -- Ah! That is it! Thanks - seven, salmon. Close :)
Complete thread -- Is he saying "7," like he is trying to say 24/7????
Complete thread -- surveillance?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did not like gait. Did not hear care at first.
Complete thread -- Status post IVC filter from chronic Coumadin. (see message)
Complete thread -- Can't get the s/l, but I believe he is saying "care" at home and not "gait."
Complete thread -- Sent a WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like salmon?
Complete thread -- I probably would have been stuck without your "he is more mobile" first.
Complete thread -- I thought so - Thanks. Just double checking!
Complete thread -- celiac disease
Complete thread -- 1. Celiac disease. Number next
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- and don't say glucagon or other glucose elevating agents as they're not called "oral
Complete thread -- Give me your list of "oral HYPERglycemics." I can give you dozens of "oral HYPOglycemics"
Complete thread -- makes more sense than what I thought I heard.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- He has found that he is more mobile, although... ?
Complete thread -- left upper thigh cast padding.
Complete thread -- He had responded he is more mobile, although he does... ??
Complete thread -- thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Pain clinic note
Complete thread -- Never mind, it's obesity (he says it again later).
Complete thread -- Patient in with pyelonephritis symptoms. PMH blank, MP3
Complete thread -- sounds like that.
Complete thread -- tonsillectomy in 1957___(rhinoplasty???) in 1998 and breast implant in 2000.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left patellofemoral pain syndrome. PRO ...
Complete thread -- Yes, the "listening posts," incidentally originating in each chamber of the heart.
Complete thread -- something of knowledge...
Complete thread -- totally incorrect
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- Allergies: Tetanus, dye contrast, s/l dee colation denies.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Took a minute for me to understand your answer (it's inside). Thanks!
Complete thread -- hallux
Complete thread -- I didn't say it does mean that. I was trying to come up with a logical explanation as to
Complete thread -- Oral hypoglycemics (oral hypoglycemic agents). No such thing as oral hyperglycemics
Complete thread -- Mild hallux extensor *attitude,* left great toe. I've tried googling and
Complete thread -- all four quadrants does NOT mean chambers of the heart
Complete thread -- according to this, then, the patient has hyper
Complete thread -- You should state Canada when giving values, most helpers here are U.S.-based.
Complete thread -- insulin is given to control hyperglycemia ("starting insulin...")
Complete thread -- I think he has low sugar, hypo, since you said 15-20.
Complete thread -- but what about the glycosuria part? Does that make u think he has hyperglycemia?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, yes Canada, thank you!
Complete thread -- i'd say those are dangerously low when an average norm is 70-100
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- his levels are at 15-20 for blood sugar, what do you think with those levels?
Complete thread -- hmmm...i'd say hyper for the 1st and and hard to say on the 2nd
Complete thread -- In the message her does hypo or hyperglycemia make more sense if pt is on Diabex
Complete thread -- DuoNeb too.
Complete thread -- it is a Duomed nebulizer
Complete thread -- Tp is on Spiriva, duo med neb. Should this be typed as Duo Med-Neb?
Complete thread -- maybe really killing/slurring polymorphonuclear cells ?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- blow-by
Complete thread -- I'll go back to LB
Complete thread -- mp3 note posted...
Complete thread -- can just copy/paste it, that works, quicker
Complete thread -- from google documentation --sm
Complete thread -- what comes after your s/l?
Complete thread -- P.S. The patient has acute appendicitis and is dehydrated.
Complete thread -- CBC: WBC 17.5, with neutrophils **perimenantally.** ESL, so hard so say
Complete thread -- thanks both, I was leaning that way, but got thinking too much about what volume s.m.
Complete thread -- I knew it had to be something like that! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I mean "too much." Sigh!
Complete thread -- You really need to use a screen name. Fgjjgj is to much trouble. LOL!
Complete thread -- he actually pronounced it different than I do, but I am "senescent" lol
Complete thread -- Since it is referring to liquid, mL would be correct.
Complete thread -- For volume, use cc. For liquid measurement, use mL. So you use
Complete thread -- me too!!
Complete thread -- Thanks, fgjjgj! I learned a new word today!
Complete thread -- I know for the volume of an organ we use cc, do we also use that for s.m.
Complete thread -- died of senescense (old age)
Complete thread -- I have sent the report in - it was a stat but I bet that is a word he uses and would love
Complete thread -- I thought cynicism
Complete thread -- s/l died of innocence, lol
Complete thread -- You might not use the / either. Not necessary.
Complete thread -- Hospital name pediatric/orthopedic new patient evaluation form - is how
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- that is per the client spec
Complete thread -- No, I'd just cap the hospital name in this case. and why is it spelled orthopaedic?
Complete thread -- Please see the Hospitalname pediatric orthopaedic new patient evaluation form
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- my strong Guess is door (knob, understood) turning.
Complete thread -- agree w/ alaiih. s/l reminiscent of Captopril but dose wrong, at a minimum misspoken. SM
Complete thread -- s/l drawer turning TIA!
Complete thread -- nicking
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- s/l wicking of the tendon (risk for finger steroid injection) TIA!
Complete thread -- I believe #1 & that doc's intention is to convey that, in general, AS is strongly associat
Complete thread -- BOS-3 still agrees with that hyphen.
Complete thread -- fwiw, I'd go with #1, kinda (see inside).
Complete thread -- Please do not post patient names.
Complete thread -- WAV posted, please need some other opinion
Complete thread -- Please see message... Grammer
Complete thread -- finding support for above hypothesis: Google fat-suppressed MRI discitis. SM
Complete thread -- ok, thank you!!
Complete thread -- My company's style guide. (sorry)
Complete thread -- BoS-2 says with hyphen. My companies style guide says no hyphen. Not
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- you are welcome!
Complete thread -- small bowel obstruction or small-bowel obstruction??
Complete thread -- bone marrow has a very high fat content (a reason for eating it) SM
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you so much Margaret!!!
Complete thread -- "to make a tissue diagnosis" ie, a pathological diagnosis from a biopsy at colonoscopy
Complete thread -- sorry, reposted WAV
Complete thread -- hmm...either the wav voice clip is not yours, or it is too short, fast, & soft for me
Complete thread -- he should have a colonoscopy as it would be the easiest way to make a ???? diagnosis
Complete thread -- He got his medical training in Pakistan and is a hospitalist with internal medicine as a
Complete thread -- Mix me one of those up too...sounds tasty, and I bet it goes with leftover turkey!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the f/u. Somehow, as a med student, he managed to "write to his hard disc"
Complete thread -- there is 4 Orange vodka...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Mgt. I just have never had another dictator say it and he always does. I wasn't
Complete thread -- Yep, she's talking about 2 different things. Either transcribe as dictated, or flag if
Complete thread -- I could not match your proper noun s/l here, but maybe you can. See link
Complete thread -- Oops. He may mean quadrants corresponding to heart location, not whole chest.
Complete thread -- difficult question. But maybe he means quadrants of and chest corresponding to heart loc?
Complete thread -- dictator talking about 2 different test occasions (prior) I believe?? comparing
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Would you hear S1 and S2 in all four chambers of the heart? Dictator always says all
Complete thread -- Thanks but he was definitely stumbling & repeating. He pronounces V like an F.
Complete thread -- There is a brand name Fou-dre vodka?
Complete thread -- kinda hard since they so often short-speak terms, but have this Ultra thin & Ultra-select
Complete thread -- I think he might actually be stumbling/repeating and just saying small amount of vodka.
Complete thread -- But that last 4 in the last sentence doesn't go there - typo.
Complete thread -- small amount of s/l fort vodka
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- It has to do with "development" of the waves on EKG, not fetal development.
Complete thread -- I keep thinking torrential, but that's kind of an odd statement if that's it
Complete thread -- ? AL2 ?
Complete thread -- So, I'd put MAC 3.
Complete thread -- Macintosh laryngoscope blades are available in sizes 0 (neonatal) through 4 (large
Complete thread -- AND - MAC Disposable #4 Blade (but no #3?)
Complete thread -- when googling mac blade - MacIntosh blade comes up. ?shortened?
Complete thread -- intubation. used a s/l mack 3 blade to enter vallecular area. thank you.
Complete thread -- The patient is willing to take the risk of going on without the bone m ...
Complete thread -- Ok thanks for the help
Complete thread -- Try googling ultrasound and "color flow" (in quotes) and see if helpful.
Complete thread -- able to exchange the wire out for an *alter* wire and gain access to infrapopliteal
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "color flow"
Complete thread -- I was bouncing between mention and addition
Complete thread -- however, in addition to 2 daughters, have
Complete thread -- parent predictive scale (DISC)
Complete thread -- sent WAV file. thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like inition
Complete thread -- so, it's "On a parent predictive scale (DISC capitals) his mother"
Complete thread -- "On a parent ___ scale, DISC caps" ?
Complete thread -- Okay, I listened again and try going in this direction...
Complete thread -- Wow, crazy procedure, LOL. Glad it worked.
Complete thread -- I can't get it, suspect can't hear as I am not familiar (usually the case with MTing)
Complete thread -- *feelings of guilt (pleural) I have no idea about your blank though =/
Complete thread -- England, Canada and Australia have different spelling than U.S.
Complete thread -- Wow, that's a good one. Listed six times to no avail.
Complete thread -- Question for someone with knowledge of british medical term...
Complete thread -- found this [SNAP-IV]; plus link if you want to double check/read up
Complete thread -- On a____ his mother noted significant performance
Complete thread -- s/l stab 4 SNAP edition #4
Complete thread -- listen for underlying
Complete thread -- relisten for minimal finding (of pneumonia)
Complete thread -- and began where? Defect as a result of what/where early stage of development
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray shows CHF and possible "minimal line pneumonia"
Complete thread -- tips for next time stuck. First, it is a "pain med", can look on drugs.com link sm
Complete thread -- It is more helpful if you provide something such as: sm
Complete thread -- maybe not just radiograph/x-ray imaging, ?MRI maybe looking for bone marrow sm
Complete thread -- common benign?
Complete thread -- hearing?
Complete thread -- thank you, billybob. How do I continue. You seem to have lots of
Complete thread -- I see fat-suppressed views (a starting point).
Complete thread -- ever heard of bone marrow suppressed views. (patient with discitis)
Complete thread -- with a tuning fork no air conduction s/l healing was elicited on the l ...
Complete thread -- Pathology showed this to be a typical __ vestibular schwannoma.
Complete thread -- Don't know s/l, but you have he and she
Complete thread -- she has not used s/l draline in four days
Complete thread -- staged L3 to S1 laminectomy with L3 (to? ) iliac fixation.
Complete thread -- SNF (skilled nursing facility)
Complete thread -- Social History: She is a junior in high school. She is active with swimming and __
Complete thread -- Patient was sent to s/l sneff ...
Complete thread -- 100%
Complete thread -- nope. look up definition of embryonic
Complete thread -- 100
Complete thread -- 100
Complete thread -- you know for sure to flag if you are not 100certain
Complete thread -- NM - got it. Excitation, nervous symptoms & more adverse events.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought about putting "He cannot make a chief complaint" but decided to leave
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as it seems fairly concise and clear (albeit a bit unusual).
Complete thread -- Chief complaint: He cannot make one. He has cerebral palsy. I guess he means he
Complete thread -- active metabolites 3- and 6-glucuronide which could cause ____ _____ symptoms and
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think you are right!
Complete thread -- Sorry, that should be Vimpat. (hit the wrong key)
Complete thread -- check out Vimpap
Complete thread -- Stat consult: ESL prescribing anti-seizure medication: S /l Vinpap or Zimpat or ??
Complete thread -- roxidone - see message
Complete thread -- I was told from radiologist himself to use "to" and not dash in that situation (sm)
Complete thread -- incorrect, look up definition of embryo
Complete thread -- Tried to hear that too but can't. Could be mispronouncing.
Complete thread -- Roxicodone
Complete thread -- med s/l roxadone
Complete thread -- med capitrila 0.5 mg po bid (only med in list)
Complete thread -- at the age of 5 months
Complete thread -- LP (evaluating for infection?)
Complete thread -- I personally do "to." I don't know if BoS has anything to say about it or not but never
Complete thread -- At the age of 5-months, she was admitted to the hospital for 20 days a ...
Complete thread -- anterior cervical discectomy and fusion "C5 to C7"
Complete thread -- maybe... How could I know for sure to flag??
Complete thread -- maybe saying "dressings" but meaning braces? back brace at work for lifting?
Complete thread -- s/l back "dressins" causing back pain
Complete thread -- goodness, difficult to follow huh? I might try--On day "A" (then paragraph On day "B")
Complete thread -- hmm, only one on my list ending in "nex" is Asmanex & Xopenex
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- or arteriogram?
Complete thread -- is this how you would transcribe?
Complete thread -- Hmm, I just can't hear that. It really sounds room, roam or something ...
Complete thread -- NM, I think it's angiogram.
Complete thread -- 4-year-old ...
Complete thread -- I would guess somatosensory evoked potentials
Complete thread -- What is age? Newborn/infant? If so, maybe "root" ???
Complete thread -- Reexploration of left neck with intraoperative duplex and cerebral *anterior-gram.*
Complete thread -- Neurological exam was grossly normal, as name is moving fine and able ...
Complete thread -- Medications: Clarinex, Allegra, Advair, s/l biltinex inhaler as needed
Complete thread -- I think maybe PSC primary sclerosing cholangitis
Complete thread -- thank you for trying
Complete thread -- could be SSEP; could be SEP
Complete thread -- I thought Tai-Chi but they're for acupuncture!
Complete thread -- I am looking for "SCP test" for ALS or PArkinsons
Complete thread -- s/l Skay-kins spatula? (eye)
Complete thread -- s/l tee-chee needle? (eye)
Complete thread -- Could it be ecchymosis?
Complete thread -- that one drove me nuts. left it as a blank, with a note to self to see if it gets filled
Complete thread -- Just guessing, but maybe CHC for chronic hepatitis C?? (Or is it pretty clear?)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both, but I just can't hear either one. He gets a flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- she has a longstanding history of s/l CSC and has recurrent bouts of jaundice
Complete thread -- just checked in, i thank you for your help
Complete thread -- Lyons?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- found Longmont?
Complete thread -- yes, it does
Complete thread -- Pt suffered fracture while working outside in *long* Colorado. I hear
Complete thread -- incorrect (nothing to do with development in utero)
Complete thread -- idea...
Complete thread -- Re-phrasing: Ophthalmology report. s/l "ecomosho" or "any commosho".
Complete thread -- I don't do a whole lot of ophthalmology type reports, so I'm not sure ...
Complete thread -- s/l dorated may be derotated? a guess, since I can't hear it sm
Complete thread -- I flagged, tried it way slow. Still did not catch a word. Thanks
Complete thread -- can't quite get it, I do hear insertion in there tho. Might slow to a crawl sm
Complete thread -- The inferior segments of the osteotomy were then smoothed using the os ...
Complete thread -- wav file, same doc, same report -
Complete thread -- I think it's just Floxin, contrast thanks
Complete thread -- new FDA Flucelvax for seasonal influenza 18 years and older
Complete thread -- agree, just stumbling over ttt--treated, yep
Complete thread -- again, the menace as usual aokolm. Ill person
Complete thread -- if able best to post a voice wav. It could be referring to drugs that end in "oxin?
Complete thread -- I wondered. Was not sure there was not another word. Thanks!
Complete thread -- He's stumbling... ttttreated
Complete thread -- treated
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Floxin, contrast, and ...?
Complete thread -- due to left over rudimentary development while embryo was in utero
Complete thread -- allergies: s/l"Foxin" contrast and Band-Aid adhesives
Complete thread -- ty ...
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- yup, just coming back to post it, thank you
Complete thread -- Dohle bodies?
Complete thread -- s/l Doe-bee bodies or Tho-dee bodies?
Complete thread -- :") Happy Thanksgiving
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! That is a word I would have never found. I apprec ...
Complete thread -- nociceptive
Complete thread -- I hear it clearly now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- as it was a Weber B, but the mortise ...
Complete thread -- Word help please.
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- sent it on. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- You're welcome. Very hard to find a definition, but appears to just mean
Complete thread -- thank you!! very much!
Complete thread -- embryonic appears to be the preferred term. If not that, but clearly
Complete thread -- EKG: Small *embryologic* R waves in the inferior leads.
Complete thread -- He's contradicting himself right at the beginning, might have meant
Complete thread -- PCP in San Francisco, s/l Dr. Savaro
Complete thread -- can you help me with this, I need some opinions. First the doctor says that bone
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- here is context
Complete thread -- does "left S1 reflex" make sense
Complete thread -- Attachments: (or Enclosures:) would come before.
Complete thread -- full stop (end of sentence, period). She thinks
Complete thread -- does the line Attachments: go before the CC's or after?
Complete thread -- been undetectable. ??????? think she just has a small amount
Complete thread -- well dang, YOUR WAV.
Complete thread -- Do you ever pay attention? Too funny. That wasn't the OP and she didn't need an
Complete thread -- oops, your way, lol.
Complete thread -- is this an infant or adult? please read "Rules," top right corner.
Complete thread -- wooziness?
Complete thread -- You might want to check you wav to see if it posted.
Complete thread -- ROS: Occasional lusiness? tx
Complete thread -- She will give me a ring for the results and we will ?????????
Complete thread -- Nevermind! He said it more clearly: Actemra
Complete thread -- Rheumatoid arthritis patient
Complete thread -- ahh, ok, let me explain. Account specific means: w/need to know at some point sm
Complete thread -- ugh, tired.... he is saying 3. Gastritis!
Complete thread -- s/l three gastritis
Complete thread -- Darlene, no acct specs. This is a new "MT" in training, just studying.
Complete thread -- both prepped to prevent infection/cross contamination
Complete thread -- I'm, thinking this is an account specifics thing,. both would be okay (to me) link.
Complete thread -- Submitted report. I went with it, as it was clear.
Complete thread -- superolateral would be the combining form (or superior-lateral)
Complete thread -- why are they both being prepped? surgery on both at the same time?
Complete thread -- superior lateral (no comma)
Complete thread -- Clue: There are only two distal lower extremities.
Complete thread -- after adequate anesthesia was achieved the incisions were made bilater ...
Complete thread -- [All/both?] distal lower extremities were prepped and draped in the us ...
Complete thread -- got it! -Sponge count: Verified correct. ...
Complete thread -- yeah I'm doing it. Thnx ...
Complete thread -- Listen carefully for specimen. I doubt it is assessment.
Complete thread -- thanx yeah I also thought it didnt fit with Assessment but pretty sure ...
Complete thread -- oh i didnt read ur post I just sent out 'sponge' ...
Complete thread -- Maybe - drains: none . [Sponge...] ...
Complete thread -- No idea. After drains none I'd expect to hear something about EBL or
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much! I'd kind of thought that as well. Appreciate your time!
Complete thread -- Exam: HEENT: s/l Directive gaze. Hearing grossly intact. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- k thnx ...
Complete thread -- I vote for the next sentence.
Complete thread -- start of next sentence, IMO
Complete thread -- Bunion op note again. I can't determine where "upon completion* goes, at end
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I'm not very familiar with this type of operation!
Complete thread -- not sure on your word but its osteotomies.
Complete thread -- a T capsulotomy.
Complete thread -- thank you billybob
Complete thread -- you guys are amazing
Complete thread -- Bunion op note. *ET* capsulotomy was placed. I can't find anything close. Please
Complete thread -- I agree with paddles (after googling with the type of surgery)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rotational deformity of bilateral fifth toes. ...
Complete thread -- several cc (several cubic centimeters)?
Complete thread -- skin paddles?
Complete thread -- Here is lots of context
Complete thread -- what kind of surgery did she have?
Complete thread -- Don't give up. Somebody else might get it.
Complete thread -- so clear, tattles or titles, but dont know what it would mean but thanks for
Complete thread -- I was guessing that what you hear as "skin tattles" may be
Complete thread -- thanx shoots, but why cant I find it in google or in the archives?
Complete thread -- Skin tattles = "fingers and toes?"
Complete thread -- JP drain output several ____
Complete thread -- The left cuboid was relocated using tarsal lip HVLA technique.
Complete thread -- Skin “tattles” have good capillary refills
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- SUV
Complete thread -- If PET CT shows increased *SEV* metabolic activity, he may need repeat biopsy to...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There is a Nut Swamp Elementary School in Middletown.
Complete thread -- NM, I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- s/l notswamped or nutswan elementary school in NJ or NJ
Complete thread -- Need help with run-on sentence. Op note for lap chole.
Complete thread -- Thanx ...
Complete thread -- i flagged it, will post a followup
Complete thread -- That should be nm below, not above
Complete thread -- nm above is right, if the eye was enucleated, why would they be doing any procedures ?
Complete thread -- I take it back - I do get some hits on phakotomy (but not in dictionary)
Complete thread -- I was gonna say elbow and wrist.
Complete thread -- eye extraction? it was taken out?
Complete thread -- I find "phakectomy" but not -otomy
Complete thread -- I fine only a FEW references to phacotomy, not sure if i should use it???
Complete thread -- they will usually say phaco which is phacoemulsification (the otomy part has me stumped)
Complete thread -- clearly s/l fake-otomy
Complete thread -- you can google "sample operative reports" for questions about headings.
Complete thread -- looks good to me. They didn't put any drains in.
Complete thread -- Are we good with this? PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rotational deformity, b ...
Complete thread -- No, that is not it. Will blank.
Complete thread -- wild guess here ~ elbow and triceps?
Complete thread -- One more question
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like something "in Medford"
Complete thread -- decompensation was my first thought as well
Complete thread -- sulcus and Hill-Sachs
Complete thread -- Ortho question - two blanks
Complete thread -- what state, city ?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- can't quite hear that... could be messing it up though
Complete thread -- yep, goal-directed.
Complete thread -- and patient has been attending _____ for the last six months.
Complete thread -- goal-directed
Complete thread -- decompensation?
Complete thread -- and at h.s.? h.s. is considered dangerous abbrev, I believe.
Complete thread -- to be in a psychotic *day comp entation* he was admitted to the unit
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hyperverbal with increased ________ activities, increased energy, “a crazy love
Complete thread -- oops thanks
Complete thread -- Will start Risperdal M-tabs 1 mg p.o. a.m. on the *chest*.
Complete thread -- why did you change "however" to "although"?
Complete thread -- I think it would be 2140 ml/min
Complete thread -- is it "CHoler" as in "CHoose"? (if not, don't use "ch")
Complete thread -- Home dialysis patient. ...access flow of 21 40 ml/min.... is this the correct way to
Complete thread -- bizarre
Complete thread -- longboarding is one word and google it
Complete thread -- where he was isolated planning to do “*long* boarding” by himself.
Complete thread -- hyperverbal with increased *choler ateric* activities, increased energy
Complete thread -- Not of great importance, but he's saying "however"
Complete thread -- actual tracing ? (full stop)
Complete thread -- after tracing I mean...
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- you don't think he says anything else after that?
Complete thread -- tracings available (for review)?
Complete thread -- there was no actual tracing. (ekg tracing or monitor strip)
Complete thread -- Repeat?
Complete thread -- slow rate and was referred to us, although there were no actual tracing ????
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "AP" ultrasound
Complete thread -- I would lean toward capping first letters in CIWA if I had to expand it.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Abbreviations/Acronyms has global assessment of functioning but has Glasgow
Complete thread -- ? decreased cell viability
Complete thread -- obtain it at an apothecary
Complete thread -- rehabilitation
Complete thread -- Please listen. sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Guess ~ to his arms and back?
Complete thread -- reparative
Complete thread -- thanx. ...
Complete thread -- keratinaceous (often dictated, questionable acceptability).
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- now complains of pain at the back of his head radiating to ____back. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you billybob!!
Complete thread -- 2 questions on plastic surgery
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- cisplatinum and cis-platinum occur thousands of times in PubMed SM
Complete thread -- s/l*atenopathicury*
Complete thread -- I should explain: A coworker and I are debating it...
Complete thread -- would you cap the words in an expanded acronym? such as:
Complete thread -- Can "cisplatinum" be transcribed if dictated by the doc. Verbatim dictator!!
Complete thread -- She did have a positive maternal serum screen of s/l 1 in 95... how wo ...
Complete thread -- I'm almost hearing "decreased in iron" now but not sure.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It might go with the polyclonal cells (polyclonal cells decreased ___ line) but I
Complete thread -- listen for something like decreased cell lines (type of cells found)
Complete thread -- Not that, but thanks for guess. Sounds kind of like "decreased stand in the line"
Complete thread -- Thanks for GUESS! :) More googling, I found Exos!
Complete thread -- Ossur? (just from googling, no idea really)
Complete thread -- storage iron?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- another one: s/l decreased "stand in lion" (bone marrow biopsy)
Complete thread -- Thank you! I'm not sure I would have figured that out. I'm tempted to just leave off the
Complete thread -- Not sure either. Will have to flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like "third Olympic."
Complete thread -- 5q31 (the e.g. means example 31) see message for links
Complete thread -- paired? (s/l "parred")
Complete thread -- Ortho note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- diagnosis of s/l "5q-eg31" gene deletion myelodysplastic syndrome. I find 5q but not
Complete thread -- WAV sent...has discussed the ____ program and returning to high-level running acti
Complete thread -- Thanks a million. I kept hitting that link but I thought it was the author of an article.
Complete thread -- first one explains
Complete thread -- hand for bone age is somewhere between a Sanders 5 and 6
Complete thread -- Much thanks
Complete thread -- new to me-thanks
Complete thread -- gelofusine
Complete thread -- saline injection lift and hot snare?
Complete thread -- No, 35 year old.
Complete thread -- Is it a young person. Could it be "junior" olympics?
Complete thread -- anyone heard of "gel effusion, lift, and hot snare" ??? Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "thirds olympic program" See message for full sentence.
Complete thread -- big guess but adjuvant???
Complete thread -- anti-
Complete thread -- sorry, nothing comes to mind here. didn't want you thinking nobody tried to help.
Complete thread -- (the words sound very alike; that's probably what he "did" say)
Complete thread -- It almost s/l "inside" but I don't see how that makes any sense.
Complete thread -- s/l "ansigh" (can't hear anti) carcinoid tumor therapy of Sandostatin.
Complete thread -- I also am wondering if he "meant" to say that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- all I can figure is "involvement" ?
Complete thread -- carcinomatosis with omental s/l "involving" and caking.
Complete thread -- that wouldn't be the report's fault...
Complete thread -- tolerated the procedure well, without complications
Complete thread -- lag?
Complete thread -- frag?
Complete thread -- s/l "brag" screw
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- so can I do this: He has moderate point tenderness at McBurney's point ...
Complete thread -- thanx yes it was IV antibiotics :) ...
Complete thread -- K. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- I will check that out...thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you. let me work on the 'routine'. ...
Complete thread -- CT image acquisition with s/l "Kimball arm placement"
Complete thread -- Rocephin?
Complete thread -- tenderness in that part of abdomen can be indicative of sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'll try. ...
Complete thread -- s/l rassusin??
Complete thread -- breaths don't rebound or guarding. that's in the abdomen.
Complete thread -- i think some of that is "routine" (not 14) postoperative care - and IV antibiotics.
Complete thread -- thnx i dont know does that make sense? would I still stick in the - 'a ...
Complete thread -- I don't think we know what reports you are studying. Difficult isn't the same as illegal.
Complete thread -- HOSPITAL COURSE: With the patient's history of diabetes and his equivo ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- point tenderness?
Complete thread -- I agree with suggestion below that you work on your English skills.
Complete thread -- HELP! How are these reports legal? its lethal! ...
Complete thread -- He has moderate [pointers at] McBurney's point. Breaths are without re ...
Complete thread -- that doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- thnx neway ...
Complete thread -- no. he's ending after diabetic most definitely.or : significant for a ...
Complete thread -- any chance it's: ...diabetes, non-insulin-dependent, Type II
Complete thread -- ah, nevermind. I see your response below.
Complete thread -- no. could they be saying this...
Complete thread -- is this seriously your sound quality? yikes. how can you stand it?
Complete thread -- uh no dont work. Hes definitely ending the sentence after diabetic. ...
Complete thread -- thats a wise option too let me listen...thnx ...
Complete thread -- non-insulin-dependent would work
Complete thread -- Does this make sense: diabetes noninsulin-dependant diabetic. ? ...
Complete thread -- s/l monco medical or wanko medical in indiana
Complete thread -- maybe you are mishearing the sentence altogether
Complete thread -- HEY HEY! Would this work: "diabetes noninsulin-dependant diabetic& ...
Complete thread -- i cant hear any s/l even. Would that fit- diabetes insipidus diabetic ...
Complete thread -- she does have issues with congestive cardiac failure and (?????).
Complete thread -- thnx yes I hear something though not sure what it is . Maybe that miss ...
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help and imput!
Complete thread -- dissection does not occur in the heart
Complete thread -- Honestly can't tell... but there is definitely a word in there.
Complete thread -- I think that's it... Thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- This sentence cannot end with the word "diabetic".
Complete thread -- do you hear dissection or resection?
Complete thread -- I can't hear the wav
Complete thread -- ???dissection??? cardiac catheterization (there is some 'shun" sound there..?)
Complete thread -- do you hear nothing there, or do you hear something?
Complete thread -- if not mellitus, maybe you hear diabetes insipidus?
Complete thread -- She had a left heart ??????
Complete thread -- k thnx good point ...
Complete thread -- I think maybe the fourteen is "routine" postoperative care. IV antibiotics is the next.
Complete thread -- ok i hear the diabetes AND the diabetic really clear though the mellit ...
Complete thread -- thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- I don't cell text...
Complete thread -- oops, sent too early. hearing the C from the status pos..sound?
Complete thread -- maybe you're hearing the "c
Complete thread -- maybe you're hearing the "c
Complete thread -- I think preop minute meds = preoperative meds
Complete thread -- Oops! Refined: You mean when you cell text you do too? ...
Complete thread -- This is a wag, but A to P (anterior to posterior)?
Complete thread -- u mean when u cell text u do too? ...
Complete thread -- k ill see ty ...
Complete thread -- tips...
Complete thread -- thnx ...
Complete thread -- :) ...
Complete thread -- radiation OF THE pain (not with)
Complete thread -- S/L ----ADP-----screw
Complete thread -- thnx nm, its ok im not looking to report abusive post, im busy. ...
Complete thread -- Like the OP said, you can help if you want. I just think it's beyond ridiculous.
Complete thread -- ok ill try again, though this guys a real tough one cant hear a thing! ...
Complete thread -- the OP is trying to learn.
Complete thread -- thanks for the try. It is two syllables.
Complete thread -- ty! ...
Complete thread -- great ty!! wasnt sure i heard the abdomen word. ...
Complete thread -- see if you can refine the clues...
Complete thread -- Not OP, but I have no problem with people studying here or even
Complete thread -- and I think the op is full of it - having some fun
Complete thread -- I think the op is questioning abdomen
Complete thread -- apologies. wsnt being sarcastic found it humorous. dnt have to help th ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- "feels wrong" and that's the way they dictate. I'd do:
Complete thread -- like this...
Complete thread -- odd?
Complete thread -- If it is definitely "preop" then perhaps it is PREOPerative meds.
Complete thread -- ok up to you but personally seen big diff in improvement since i hooke ...
Complete thread -- awesome! Thank you i k m k f g and nm!!!
Complete thread -- diabetes mellitus, on Diabeta
Complete thread -- ok up to you but personally seen big diff since i hooked with this I l ...
Complete thread -- Better get back to your stargazing. It is "diabetes Mel I. Tuss"
Complete thread -- abdominal, epigastric or...
Complete thread -- that's what I hear, too
Complete thread -- How do I do this sentence, it feels wrong. -His [abdomen] was soft, no ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the sarcasm. Now we know who NOT to help.
Complete thread -- Charcot joint of the feet????
Complete thread -- Seems we have a lot of people "studying" lately. Maybe you need to study how to research.
Complete thread -- s/l Olive or olip
Complete thread -- *****medical problems include ????
Complete thread -- Comma needed? I did not hear *abdominal epigastric* or femoral bruits.
Complete thread -- studying what? astrology! dont b so confused ...
Complete thread -- not rude, no prob, though I may be worse than a tester. ...
Complete thread -- studying what?
Complete thread -- was me, but wasnt answer. its def preop and sounds very much like minu ...
Complete thread -- Didn't mean to be rude, but some people taking tests seem to pose their questions on this
Complete thread -- studying. why? ...
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Significant for diabetes [mellitus] and diabetic ...
Complete thread -- When you asked yesterday, f g j j g j said the 1st one was preadmission meds.
Complete thread -- May I ask if you are doing a test or an actual transcription job?
Complete thread -- HISTORY: ___ [NAME] is a 52-year-old male with a history of right lowe ...
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Gangrenous appendix. DISCHARGE MEDICATIONS: Preop [m ...
Complete thread -- syneresis is correct (but you know that, right?)
Complete thread -- A hx of prostate cancer status post s/l CTRP. can't hear TURP but hear a C first.
Complete thread -- ... and my 2 cents worth
Complete thread -- either or is acceptable
Complete thread -- HOSPITAL COURSE: With the patient's history of diabetes and his equivo ...
Complete thread -- says again and this time can hear syneresis
Complete thread -- blueish
Complete thread -- my suggestion
Complete thread -- s/l vitreous enuresis
Complete thread -- Please ignore.
Complete thread -- Tp with probable ethylene glycol ingestion. Tp on s/l 3 of 4 of
Complete thread -- Where would you put the commas in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Using "ish" for colors
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- That is what I thought. I also saw potassium gluconate at that dose.
Complete thread -- in encasing fashion?
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- SFA in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- It needs to be blanked (the sulfide part, at least).
Complete thread -- is in for a postop visit status post bilateral common iliac artery stenting s/l in a
Complete thread -- What they say and what it is sometimes are totally two different things, if unsure flag it
Complete thread -- No, potassium gluconate is 550 mg?
Complete thread -- never, and it is usually mEq.
Complete thread -- Potassium chloride 550 mg. I cannot document. Have you heard this dosage?
Complete thread -- In list of patient's medications, the doctor
Complete thread -- priapism
Complete thread -- Phallus is circumcised without s/l praxim, scars or deformities. Urethra, scrotum, t
Complete thread -- thank you so much! That is it!! Thank you f g j j g j!!!
Complete thread -- something about "and spray is expired currently" but there is something else in between.
Complete thread -- anginine spray was a long time ago and ???? currently."
Complete thread -- Maybe so...he's usually so clear, but he stumped me this time. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Ya I did too, but will have to send in for query. Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- I found a few that sound like this, but not at that dose, sorry
Complete thread -- epithelial defects or areas?
Complete thread -- Ophthalmology question:
Complete thread -- lol. TY. I think this guess is the closest, because I was hearing 'manhood' lol
Complete thread -- s/l Sarlicid
Complete thread -- for a man who'd had a prostatectomy? last guess, I promise
Complete thread -- for a man who _____ something?
Complete thread -- I wasn't sure until I googled. I think many of us (myself included) associate salpingitis
Complete thread -- except spell it right, sorry
Complete thread -- an adjuvant prostetectomy?
Complete thread -- wav posted. DRE was normal for ______.
Complete thread -- right you are!
Complete thread -- For a diagnosis, it would be salpingitis wouldn't it?
Complete thread -- salpinges?
Complete thread -- cwivel = equivocal
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Chronic rhinitis. *salpin-jus-of* eustachian tube
Complete thread -- Here is an online ICD-9 code resource (see link)
Complete thread -- Maybe saying ICD-9 "is" 136.1 ?
Complete thread -- I came up with that as well.
Complete thread -- Don't have a code book but on line the only thing I could find is
Complete thread -- don't normally work with codes. s/l "f" or "s"
Complete thread -- Could be, but he's definitely saying 3 syllables. Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Acthar?
Complete thread -- s/l adinar (or ab or av) by injection TIA!
Complete thread -- I don't know what s/l is, but based on the rest of the sentence
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thakns
Complete thread -- Carpal-Metacarpal Joint or carpometacarpal joint
Complete thread -- The throat is clear? ho-ho-ho
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ty!!! ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ? scheduled for
Complete thread -- doc says... carpa meta joint
Complete thread -- showed good position of all hardware
Complete thread -- wav there now
Complete thread -- cannabis negative, opiate negative,*You* abnormal positive
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match
Complete thread -- been taking the prep for colonoscopy ____ for 11/19/2012
Complete thread -- Ortho op note, mp3 posted
Complete thread -- reactive to light. *The mistletoe* is clear.
Complete thread -- My opinion (sm)
Complete thread -- Doctor dictates punctuation of second sentence,
Complete thread -- it sounds like its speaking of some sort of procedure. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you - first part correct. but "the above procedure was.." ...
Complete thread -- thank you, billybob
Complete thread -- causally?
Complete thread -- heart and lungs...limits. Abdomen soft, nondistended...McBurney's point...fecaliths...
Complete thread -- patient has history of diabetes, and because of picture...the above procedure was...
Complete thread -- gangrenous.
Complete thread -- HOSPITAL COURSE: The patient's history of diabetes and his [cwivel] pi ...
Complete thread -- On examination, his [heart] and lungs were within normal limits. He ha ...
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: [geeners] appendix. PROCEDURE: Open appendectomy. ...
Complete thread -- motor vehicle collision and has a __related new disc herniation
Complete thread -- Yes, so simple, but I was stuck. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- I hear only "abdominal mass with lymph node dissection"
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Abdominal ___ lymph node dissection.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- geez...ignore the silly part that says "a an?"
Complete thread -- 1. on the right lower lobe there is a an? 2. thin rim?
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking. Thanks.
Complete thread -- BOS advises to pluralize single letters and numbers using an apostrophe.
Complete thread -- I guess no apostrophe per Chicago Manual of Style. Wow, SMA-7s looks bad imo.
Complete thread -- Would you pluralize SMA-7 as SMA-7's (since ends with a number)
Complete thread -- wow... can you slow that down a tad?
Complete thread -- see mp3 file
Complete thread -- yes, TPAL, looks like it should be 1-0-2-1.
Complete thread -- Could doc just be stumbling at P1-1, meaning P1-0-2-1?
Complete thread -- That is all the context I have.
Complete thread -- Probably one of those el or al something names.
Complete thread -- Dr. dictates G3 P1-1-0-2-1. Isnt it just 4 numbers for the para?
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was helpful.
Complete thread -- 1996 long time, may have left? but there are 6 other regional hospitals connected
Complete thread -- I left a blank. (too much time lost)
Complete thread -- Status post bypass in 1996 at Presby by Dr. s/l "Al row marz"
Complete thread -- modifies time, so yes on the hyphens (with him and his wife)
Complete thread -- ascites?
Complete thread -- Acronym
Complete thread -- face to face or face-to-face?
Complete thread -- reconsider that assessment
Complete thread -- nah...i just heard it differently than you. :)
Complete thread -- Lol, she's just now giving social history and says he raised his family in Lower Bucks.
Complete thread -- I think that is near Philly.
Complete thread -- how close is Lower Bucks Hospital?
Complete thread -- He has been seeing a cardiologist for quite some time up in s/l "Lower Voxsil" next
Complete thread -- You are amazing!
Complete thread -- oops, posted above. i think he's saying riluzole.
Complete thread -- i THINK he is saying "riluzole"
Complete thread -- s/l krice hospital in NJ or NY. does not sound like Christ
Complete thread -- Sorry, I uploaded a wav. I am wondering if Vilago could be an institution or
Complete thread -- We also mentioned the possibility of ___, however
Complete thread -- We also mentioned the possibility of ___, however
Complete thread -- unless this doctor actually "dispensed" the med himself.
Complete thread -- thank you fgjjgj and elfie
Complete thread -- cuts off before dispense(d) (I'd type dispensed)
Complete thread -- he is saying "hourly" but "hours" is grammatically correct. I vote for "dispense".
Complete thread -- q.4-6 hourly
Complete thread -- Thank you f g j j g j!!!
Complete thread -- P.r.n. lorazepam 0.5 mg q. 4-6 ___ for anxiety, dispensed #10
Complete thread -- the fundal plaques are just possible early ...
Complete thread -- Not too close to your s/l, but could it be Seroquel?
Complete thread -- with no underlying pathology and the (??????) were just possible
Complete thread -- what are the patient's diagnoses?
Complete thread -- facial?
Complete thread -- 2nd ? nifedipine (like nitroglycerin as an ointment) but really unsure if that's what you
Complete thread -- Sigh...it was current...how easy can that be! Well, it was not for me obviously.
Complete thread -- it is actually 2 images of each breast, so bilateral would be 4 if counting films
Complete thread -- first one is Preadmission meds with Tylenol 3 for pain.
Complete thread -- current?
Complete thread -- full term?
Complete thread -- DISCHARGE MEDICATIONS: [Preop minute] meds with tylenol 3 for pain. Pr ...
Complete thread -- s /l "vilago" in psychiatry, see message.
Complete thread -- 17 y/o G1, P0 elective term induction. Obstetric History: s/l ka-wren pregnancy.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- likely psychotropic
Complete thread -- s /l "psychoturbin" medication regimen
Complete thread -- ty! ...
Complete thread -- I think it is uploaded now.
Complete thread -- No wave there
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything on the .wav.
Complete thread -- tailbone
Complete thread -- Dental .wav
Complete thread -- Thank you. With your help, got "fused tail bone surgery"
Complete thread -- GPT and TB are okay. (TB - total bilirubin). Abdominal films (okay)
Complete thread -- Thank you !!!
Complete thread -- Seidel sign
Complete thread -- His alkaline phosphatase is 65, and [GPT] is 22, and amylase is 24, [ ...
Complete thread -- With tetracaine eye drops and then fluorescein staining there is no _____ sign.
Complete thread -- I hear "fused ** bone" surgery (perhaps ankle bone?)
Complete thread -- awesome! that's it! fgjjgj!!!! ...
Complete thread -- I went with hypertonic.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- And I am an oldie not a newbie but still have brain farts sometimes. thanks again
Complete thread -- ? single or internal screw fixation commonly heard. listen for internal?
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!!!
Complete thread -- with pin or screw fixation (screw fixation is more stable than pin fixation)
Complete thread -- We discussed treatment options at length today including bunionectomy with
Complete thread -- Thanks. His preop diagnosis was urinary retention and bladder outlet obstruction was
Complete thread -- hypotonic - underactive (hypotonic or flaccid bladder)
Complete thread -- hypertonic bladder is a condition in which a person has uncontrollable urges to urinate
Complete thread -- Thick-walled bladder with "hyper or hypo" tonic bladder??
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a small polypectomy performed
Complete thread -- ileocecal valve was a small polyp ____ performed by hot biopsy forceps.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- minimal? normal?
Complete thread -- distal end of what?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- This was done and fashioned so that *neuroma* cuff of tonsillar tissue
Complete thread -- Reuter bobbin tube
Complete thread -- ear contents were aspirated. A *rooter balver* tube was then placed into the
Complete thread -- myopathic gait... myelopathic gait
Complete thread -- google it in quotes
Complete thread -- Sorry, that number shouldn't be there! LOL
Complete thread -- No, not sectional, sectOnal.
Complete thread -- The patient had a *294.36-s/l maseal* fracture and contusions
Complete thread -- cross-sectional?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you can have both urinary retention and stress incontinence...
Complete thread -- in an elevated position
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- google in quotes: "myelopathic gait" (it's fine)
Complete thread -- it was sutured in ______ position to the fat of the orbit
Complete thread -- Very true, but 1 study with multiple views
Complete thread -- had MRI of the head on 10/07 of 2011
Complete thread -- ? still in his nose
Complete thread -- hard to hear (I don't hear green)
Complete thread -- no drug by that name
Complete thread -- I've always had 2 mammograms, 1 mammogram for each breast. can't fit 2 on 1 film.
Complete thread -- my favorite restaurant is called Two Cats (and it's one restaurant!)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ? onlay
Complete thread -- and it was sutured in *L A* position to the fat.
Complete thread -- Probably because it is 1 study looking at both breasts
Complete thread -- Thanks. But since they are taking 2 breasts, why is it not plural mammograms?
Complete thread -- mammogram
Complete thread -- Is it "bilateral mammograms" or "bilateral mammogram"
Complete thread -- coarse respirations (period) ?
Complete thread -- ahhhh
Complete thread -- sick euthyroid
Complete thread -- added mp3 file
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l secure thyroid state
Complete thread -- under allergies heading doc says cofactor s/l S or F. any thoughts?
Complete thread -- NG-tube is _____ green fluid.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it... saying Allises
Complete thread -- grab the cervix with *dialysis*, but as the blood welled up
Complete thread -- hose?
Complete thread -- NG-tube is *filling his nose* with green fluid.
Complete thread -- effect (it is a toxic effect)
Complete thread -- thionamide effect or defect? TIA
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Atasoy?
Complete thread -- V-Y (s/l adesory) type advancement flap to cover the defect
Complete thread -- There is transitional anatomy and partial ___ (s/l heavy) sacralization of L5.
Complete thread -- maybe... Thank you for trying
Complete thread -- gait is myelopathic, but google keeps jumping to myopathic
Complete thread -- archives is a good idea. Thank you
Complete thread -- reserviced? Supposedly you can rent them and perhaps his needs to be
Complete thread -- coarse breath sounds? coarse voice?
Complete thread -- I don't "make" anything of this wav since I can't hear a thing on it.
Complete thread -- try the archives here. better source than google anyway, lol.
Complete thread -- would it be grade 1/2 anterolisthesis or grade I/II anterolisthesis
Complete thread -- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: Revealed an elderly cachectic male in mild distr ...
Complete thread -- what would you make of this wav... is she correcting herself and wants me to delete
Complete thread -- I got it-paracentral disc herniation-thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- Appendectomy?
Complete thread -- There is a right passi_____ at L4-5 and a midline herniation at L5-S1.
Complete thread -- his bone stimulator be s/l eservice or deserviced so that it is functioning correctly
Complete thread -- (1) hypertriglyceridemia
Complete thread -- Hyperlipidemia not on medication, _____ C-section, _____ . SOCIAL HISTORY:
Complete thread -- pancreas
Complete thread -- "red port" i.e. port-red?
Complete thread -- Pancreas
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hmmmm..first he says red blood, then red "poured" blood, like pouring red blood.
Complete thread -- Rectal exam revealed red ______ blood. - can't hear below suggestion
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- florid?
Complete thread -- pancreas not pancrease
Complete thread -- Hi Moe, What does the word before formation sound like to you?
Complete thread -- slight leukocytosis
Complete thread -- the left lower quadrant and ____. It seemed to be due to ischemia
Complete thread -- Rectal exam revealed red *poured* blood.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- blanked
Complete thread -- Pancreas
Complete thread -- Med s/l "motor a timey" 1 tablet daily.
Complete thread -- yep, that's the other shunt I was thinking of.
Complete thread -- Usually they say AV shunt (arteriovenous). I suppose it depends on where the shunt is
Complete thread -- Actually, ignore my post. It makes no sense in the context of what else is said, IMO.
Complete thread -- equal to dystonia? equal dystonic? i can barely make it out, sorry.
Complete thread -- I've re-posted it as an mp3 file. Hope it comes through now.
Complete thread -- I don't think it posted ?
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- Re-insertion of the flexor digitorum profundus tendon into the 4th digit.
Complete thread -- Hi, don't they just mean the total bili was elevated despite patient not having received
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Well, that is your call and your account. V-atrial is short for ventriculoatrial shunt.
Complete thread -- Total bili was elevated too *without vaccination*
Complete thread -- Thanks. Do you think that's enough to go on or would you flag?
Complete thread -- Oh, ^$$!!!!, I think she's saying "pending dispo" (disposition) NM
Complete thread -- We will consult social work for s/l "a pending disso"
Complete thread -- I found one hit on Google...see link
Complete thread -- Is a VA shunt sometimes called a V-atrial shunt?
Complete thread -- to the funeral home
Complete thread -- to be 'flown' home maybe?
Complete thread -- k thnx neway ...
Complete thread -- thnxatun ...
Complete thread -- thought s/o would guess that but the other words are correct so that w ...
Complete thread -- 5th, 6th, 1st? - this would have to be some type of test but I cant think
Complete thread -- I don't think so...just guessing. I can't think of what it can be without the sound file.
Complete thread -- funeral home
Complete thread -- thnx but sound dif ...
Complete thread -- thnx for regard thing. equal issues is proper wording? ...
Complete thread -- son was notified and gave directions for transport of the body to be [ ...
Complete thread -- On the [deep] hospital day, the patient was found to have increasing r ...
Complete thread -- could this maybe be something like culture sensitivities to include - clindamycin?
Complete thread -- equal issues? nada clue on this one.
Complete thread -- maybe: Hyperlipidemia, medical. LDL-C discussed. Could be some .....
Complete thread -- he was reassured when he brought up that the patient and the son both ...
Complete thread -- The INR and PT [tube room] were within normal limits. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yeah thnx so much i just got the tube feedings and the p.o. is also du ...
Complete thread -- EKG revealed normal sinus rhythm at 115 with (something T waves) ?
Complete thread -- versus tube feedings. the patient elected to take p.o. (by mouth) (PR is by rectum)
Complete thread -- at Applebee's in 2001.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes thank you! ...
Complete thread -- I didn't hear one.
Complete thread -- had increasing difficulty with his respirations. It was said that he w ...
Complete thread -- is a 34-year-old female with multiple slip and fall injuries at work and ___in 2001.
Complete thread -- The following study was obtained: He did aspirate 10% of thin liquids ...
Complete thread -- ampicillin ?
Complete thread -- After course, the patient was admitted, treated for UTI, and had incre ...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! still didnt get the: EKG revealed a normal sinus th ...
Complete thread -- is there another word before inflammation
Complete thread -- phosphorus (not phospherous). EKG revealed (not HEENT) but
Complete thread -- LE, ketones, and protein (LE is leukocyte esterase)
Complete thread -- There were ketones and protein and 2-5 white cells.
Complete thread -- what are we listening for? I hear what you have typed.
Complete thread -- thank you, but i cannot definitely make out any suggestion. i will flag.
Complete thread -- ** Hyperlipidemia medical LDL-C ** see msg.
Complete thread -- Ultrasound diagnostics were performed of the kidneys and cervical, tho ...
Complete thread -- The INR and PT [tube room] were within normal limits. Calcium 9.4, b ...
Complete thread -- jerk? torque? turn? tweak?
Complete thread -- Or - is he a missionary?
Complete thread -- as a mason, or in masonry.
Complete thread -- She reports that she was apple picking on September 12 when she swung ...
Complete thread -- Masonry is the building of structures from individual units laid in and bound together ...
Complete thread -- the patient works as a s/l masionery
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You are amazing!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- paramedian?
Complete thread -- recurrent broad based disc herniation at L4-5. There is a left ____ disc
Complete thread -- sulfamethozole (Septra)
Complete thread -- an L2 to L4 decompression, L2 to L4 instrumentation __ (s/l up) from a right L5 hemil
Complete thread -- Yes, but depends on account. If verbatim would type it anyway.
Complete thread -- APC is argon plasma coagulation - APC coagulation is redundant.
Complete thread -- There's also sulfisoxazole.
Complete thread -- APC coagulation, sorry can't get blank. May state again in report.
Complete thread -- Upper GI bleed, history of ulcer in _____
Complete thread -- Allergic to s/l "Sulfametazole" --anything else it could be besides
Complete thread -- better be sure about that!
Complete thread -- outflare
Complete thread -- YES!!! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- faint?
Complete thread -- ill-defined?
Complete thread -- sorry about the double post!
Complete thread -- sonogram help
Complete thread -- sonogram help
Complete thread -- tried a fentanyl patch
Complete thread -- osteopathic exam of the pelvis revealed a left innominate s/l ulcer/elsewhere
Complete thread -- the patient states that she has tried ____ patch as well as vicodin and oxycontin
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- Could "extragenic" be "?atherogenic"
Complete thread -- VAP test (2 blanks)
Complete thread -- s/l lab anography (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I already blanked it. He wasn't saying anything you'd expect to hear, like
Complete thread -- or 'reciprocal'
Complete thread -- try "horizontal" ST depression
Complete thread -- base excess?
Complete thread -- Do you have a voice file?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- EKG: Sinus tachycardia, __________ (s/l central) ST depression, rate of 103.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I found Bruton sex-linked agammaglobulinemia in Stedman's Onc.
Complete thread -- s/l sex-linked but more Google hits for X-linked?
Complete thread -- I don't think white count is
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- Yep, I think I can hear mass-like now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- No, can't hear that at all and not sure that's a part of ABG? Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- mass-like, veil-like, band-like; none very close to what you have posted.
Complete thread -- LOL! Missed the abdomen part!!
Complete thread -- uric acid 3.2?
Complete thread -- cervical shotty palpation?
Complete thread -- opacities in the right lower lobe, middle lobe, and *mons-strike* opacity in hilum...
Complete thread -- Doc yawning through these labs...
Complete thread -- chronic renal disorder.
Complete thread -- On her abdomen, there was no tenderness to deep or to sl/ scruffy shot ...
Complete thread -- count in this lady with __________ disorder, who is a candidate for hemodialysis.
Complete thread -- thank you! ...
Complete thread -- O2 of 94% on 2 liters...
Complete thread -- In triage the temperature was 99.4 with an [] of 94% on [tealatus] wit ...
Complete thread -- You might want to cap Codeine then.
Complete thread -- Curriculum vitae
Complete thread -- thnx ill check it ...
Complete thread -- On this account, we need to cap all drugs.
Complete thread -- Curriculum vitae
Complete thread -- senile cataracts?
Complete thread -- I have a number of s/l here: REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: Vision: Patient denies ...
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Notable for hypertension, depression, osteoarthr ...
Complete thread -- Rotaglide knee (Cozim Medical UK)1st true mobile-bearing total knee replacement
Complete thread -- Can you hear resume in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- Eagle Scout Recipient Reward and his *Krikland Vee Tay* of varied work experience
Complete thread -- That is how Stedman's Abbreviations Word Book has it.
Complete thread -- My account wants us to use AFib.
Complete thread -- AFib - is this the new way to abbreviate instead of A-fib? TIA!
Complete thread -- no. semicolon is incorrect.
Complete thread -- huh? what's the question then?
Complete thread -- no caps for meloxicam or fluoxetine
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Canasa?
Complete thread -- Nevermind -- need to move on.
Complete thread -- sounds like "Kin-eesa"
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- removal of
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- Is the word "risk" in there?
Complete thread -- It has the long "u" sound at the end--does not sound like trial at all. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- trial bearing?
Complete thread -- Facial mimetic patterns?
Complete thread -- sounds like *true* bearing
Complete thread -- Drop in the blood count in this lady with __________ disorder, who is a
Complete thread -- who is somewhat rigid and some loss of fascial ______ patterns
Complete thread -- sustained a *chau stick to the left calf and has now concern for compartment syndrome
Complete thread -- dysgeusia?
Complete thread -- Tp has been able to take oral antibiotics, but he has
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- then, I would keep it just like you have it.
Complete thread -- verbatim account
Complete thread -- or of symptoms that include... ?
Complete thread -- i'd keep them except the one after heart failure.
Complete thread -- use of semi-colon??
Complete thread -- not sure if I should put commas with all the versus??
Complete thread -- deep plane ? since he has all those 'planes' in there?
Complete thread -- yeah, that was in my drug book, I think he's on crack!! lol Thanks. Will Flag it!
Complete thread -- s/l D plain of buried 6-0
Complete thread -- I'm under a lot of stress today. Can you tell? Thanks both. Yes, of course.
Complete thread -- See quote from link
Complete thread -- So apparently 1/150 grain is 0.4 mg. Don't know about 140, though.
Complete thread -- 1/150 grains is what I found
Complete thread -- Sublingual nitroglycerin question, saying dose funny, s.m.
Complete thread -- Haha, yes I do. ...
Complete thread -- removed? it is actually a nitroglycerin paste that goes on the chest
Complete thread -- removed?
Complete thread -- Nitro paste was s/l re-mewt and the symptomatology eventually resolved.
Complete thread -- Don't you just hate that! YW
Complete thread -- I think that's it. I submitted the report with a blank, ugh. Thanks fo ...
Complete thread -- Maybe "Both these produced"?
Complete thread -- agree, found this von Willebrand factor ristocetin cofactor activity,
Complete thread -- Hmm, he must be. He is pretty clear in stating recof. I'm going with t ...
Complete thread -- Wonder on the second one if doc is abbreviating ristocetin cofactor as recof?
Complete thread -- My guess ~ could "es per ez" be experienced?
Complete thread -- (it didn't sound like that to me)
Complete thread -- She tried the birth control pill and the Nuvaring without success. Bo ...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- That is what I hear to. I think maybe he meant Keppra????
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- faze
Complete thread -- She said it does not even 'faze' her. I Google lots of 'phase' me. Which is correct?
Complete thread -- that's what it sounds like to me, too. (I keep trying to hear a drug name)
Complete thread -- second one ????? to see whether the patient could be stopped
Complete thread -- lol. what was I thinking?!
Complete thread -- Ditto. There are enough hits in quotes for general tonic-clonic, but tons
Complete thread -- the first one is probably "generalized" (but I only hear "general")
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- Got it finally.
Complete thread -- phrenic nerve starting in neck region, supports movement of dia
Complete thread -- The patient is status post total knee arthroplasty with
Complete thread -- venorrhaphy?
Complete thread -- Sending it on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- No, he's not in that particular area. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- could it be perineorrhaphy ?
Complete thread -- Okay, I did find 5 hits on google...
Complete thread -- gunshot repairs s/l phrenorrhaphy sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, shoots
Complete thread -- da Vinci is the trademark
Complete thread -- DaVinci Platform. I find different spellings such as da Vinci Surgical System
Complete thread -- I thought it might be the same thing, but definitely not that. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- pericholecystic?
Complete thread -- ? pericholecystic
Complete thread -- s/l *peri-ko-loos-is*
Complete thread -- I believe it does...
Complete thread -- OK thanks
Complete thread -- That is correct. See archives.
Complete thread -- s/l "nasal"
Complete thread -- Thanks, I hear it now.
Complete thread -- but her school does not start until
Complete thread -- mp3 note posted...
Complete thread -- agree, hyphae sm (when have time), google.com + urinalysis findings, long list
Complete thread -- I'm guessing has some trauma or surgery? I would say prob ok. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree, Groshong. See link picture
Complete thread -- Thanks, it's Hohn.
Complete thread -- Hohn?
Complete thread -- Groshong?
Complete thread -- He has a right chest wall Mediport and a left chest wall *hong* catheter
Complete thread -- P.S. This is on a colonoscopy procedure !!
Complete thread -- Having a senior moment. Does "penile stricture" make sense in this paragraph? Thank
Complete thread -- There is also an Exos splint.
Complete thread -- Since there was only 1 site for the XO, it very well could be an abbrev for Exoform
Complete thread -- Thank you everyone.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50! I'm thinking he was abbreviating "Exoform."
Complete thread -- hyphae
Complete thread -- high-field?
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- fuel operator - Xcel Energy, Grand Junction? (i saw jobs openings for fuel operations mgr)
Complete thread -- Place "the" in front. The 397 cc moderate-profile...
Complete thread -- That is correct, (sorry just copied and pasted direct from transcription)
Complete thread -- As for "one hundred something," I would type as dictated.
Complete thread -- Cannot find anything referring to this in BOS2 :(
Complete thread -- Archives seem to suggest 110s. I think the BOS would cringe. LOL!
Complete thread -- Only found one site in New Zealand that is a distributor for the XO brace
Complete thread -- You don't hyphenate with metric per BOS
Complete thread -- What's the correct way to type . . .
Complete thread -- Ugh... Hit ENTER instead of TAB. Here is the blank:
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Yes that is correct (sm)
Complete thread -- We will decrease to D5 s/l third normal saline in the morning.
Complete thread -- s/l food operator for s/l edge tail energy near Grand Junction, CO TIA!
Complete thread -- Is it possible to swap? i.e. moderate-profile 397-cc silicone gel implants
Complete thread -- breast augmentation surgery with a doctor who is extremely picky
Complete thread -- what is the context? could he mean auremic?
Complete thread -- I agree with you! Think he is spelling it wrong but he needs aviremic maybe.
Complete thread -- Saddle River, NJ 07458, see link where I found it.
Complete thread -- a placed called s/l sadaliver or sadariver in New Jersey
Complete thread -- thank you for try, but I don't think so, i am not sure. i ahve added wav now.
Complete thread -- i added a wav. i wonder if it is aviremic, very badly dictated.
Complete thread -- "Liver histology of 154 hepatitis C virus infected non-uremic patients..."? SM
Complete thread -- she had hepatitis C treatment for 11 months and currently it is believ ...
Complete thread -- by the way, thanks for the help
Complete thread -- I am happy to help those who are studying
Complete thread -- cool. Always good to be safe.
Complete thread -- I have a doctor that does nerve stimulation for urinary incontinence.
Complete thread -- I agree with this explanation.
Complete thread -- rib displacement? just a guess.
Complete thread -- I saw those bone marrow replacement hits, but this was a very long oncology consult, and
Complete thread -- dictator with an accent?
Complete thread -- poster was correct with PCA
Complete thread -- still there?
Complete thread -- location and type of device would help
Complete thread -- It definitely sounded like "replacement" or "rib placement" and the latter makes no sense.
Complete thread -- I don't think that would make sense with L3 vertebral body
Complete thread -- see if you can hear...
Complete thread -- Iron is found in two forms: heme, which is found in meat, and non-heme, sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, 10 to THE 8th.
Complete thread -- wonder if inadvertently transposed letter & is RNA registered nurse anesthetist
Complete thread -- If you are wondering about exponential expression, 10 to 8th is correct.
Complete thread -- Possible disc replacement at that level?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking, dictator stumbling/or MT missing word??sm
Complete thread -- ? large displacement
Complete thread -- I'm thinking this is uro? The InterStim® System for urinary control (Medtronic)
Complete thread -- s/l "large replacement" at L3 vertebral body
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- not me; can't agree with that
Complete thread -- Help on how to type this. Pt receiving stem cell transplant sm
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- nadir (its lowest point)
Complete thread -- attributed to - OR - contributing to (NOT contributed to)
Complete thread -- s/l nater
Complete thread -- certified pediatric nurse practioner & MSN Master of Science in Nursing.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think he might mean MSN C-NP
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- What are these credentials: MSN CPNP?? Last time he just called her NP
Complete thread -- I found where they watch for toe and anal bellows from stimulation :)
Complete thread -- too many teeth?
Complete thread -- sounds right - THANK YOU ...
Complete thread -- perhaps postherpetic neuralgia
Complete thread -- Please post the answer if you get it. This one has me totally stumped.
Complete thread -- Surgery
Complete thread -- I can't think of a thing that this might be.
Complete thread -- Nvm...can occur independently of meals.. is correct. ...
Complete thread -- No, that is all I can think of as well. Thanks anyways. She is definet ...
Complete thread -- after meals?
Complete thread -- recent drug-eluting stent placed (i was right)
Complete thread -- without listening, I'll go with drug-eluting. lemme listen
Complete thread -- i added a WAV
Complete thread -- He states that his epigastric pain can occur independently s/l of ugh ...
Complete thread -- s /l tredoliting or trevoluting stent
Complete thread -- agree with harvest
Complete thread -- not a clue here...sorry
Complete thread -- Got it! No stool for guaiac testing!
Complete thread -- occlusal trauma
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks for help!
Complete thread -- Tooth 44 exhibits widened periodontal ligament, ...contributed to a
Complete thread -- nm, I think he meant to say "harvest"
Complete thread -- injury from venous s/l "harvage" for his bypass surgery. Hmm, must be referring to
Complete thread -- anyone? any guesses? is this correct?
Complete thread -- The leads were tested and showed good **toe and bellow** at leads 2 and 3.
Complete thread -- s/l looser indued position ??? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh I love you!! Thank you so much f g j j g j!!
Complete thread -- to clean her out. I have also...
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. new blood like red blood. just odd way of saying it.
Complete thread -- with inpatient bowel preparation (?????) and I have also organised hydrogen breath te
Complete thread -- Patient presented to ED with s/l pristine blood in stool. Not bright red blood/Ideas?
Complete thread -- Yes. Well, not saying that. Thanks for the input! Thanks for your help below, too!
Complete thread -- FEN (fluids, electrolytes, and nutrition). cant get the next abbreviation.
Complete thread -- Patient will be closely followed. ______ will be checked. Left intertrochanteric
Complete thread -- you might be thinking if Epstein-Barr for the other s/l??
Complete thread -- Guillain-Barre
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- systolic is 8... with a diastolic of 4... (40?) mmHg, with...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 2.) fludrocortisone
Complete thread -- His systolic is 80, ______, with a heart rate of 98. The
Complete thread -- Ah, of course! Thanks so much. Don't know how I overlooked that one!
Complete thread -- Another question: She goes on to state all related to dx of *gillian bray* syndrome.
Complete thread -- 2 ?s
Complete thread -- sorry adding to wav above
Complete thread -- its an ankle foot orthotic AFO
Complete thread -- any chance of a sound file?
Complete thread -- med s/l scardapine
Complete thread -- Pt seen in ortho clinic and requesting new ankle *for-oh-thotic.* Please
Complete thread -- NM, the terminal ileum (last part of the ileum) is about 3 feet. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- surgeon ...
Complete thread -- How long is the TI?
Complete thread -- intern? ...
Complete thread -- down below OP posted they are very new at MT.
Complete thread -- yes its review of systems ...
Complete thread -- thank you though is this only for mts because im still only studying ...
Complete thread -- is this an ROS? Probably "Heme:" (short for hematologic) and then "No" history...
Complete thread -- the patinet is a former s/l RAN at a hospital. it does not sound like RN
Complete thread -- What type of report is this? what section of the report is this? anemia s.m.
Complete thread -- no im studying ...
Complete thread -- There is no reason for cold feet, just read the rules about posting. I've been s.m.
Complete thread -- is this is a test you are working on?
Complete thread -- Psychiatric: Some depression, mild. [Heminal] history of anemia. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: Vision: Patient denies visual problems other than c ...
Complete thread -- It is capitalized in Stedman
Complete thread -- thanks! i just finally got that too after googling a whole bunch of sounds likes!
Complete thread -- acetowhite (I googled: colposcopy "* lesion")
Complete thread -- cytobrush or Cytobrush?
Complete thread -- yeah thnx to you all, im getting cold feet with this thingy ...
Complete thread -- s/l sealwhite or sedowide btw
Complete thread -- Baranowski to rule out etiology, as the patient is having some GERD ?symtoms?
Complete thread -- stress test in a.m. --- Dr. ____ believes that ----- versus ACS, unstable angina.
Complete thread -- Will deal with others?
Complete thread -- sending WAV-thanks!
Complete thread -- 5. _____ as they arise.
Complete thread -- a lot of times with Google if you just start typing your s/l suggestions will s.m.
Complete thread -- or you could Google "DVT P" and you'll get the answer... or just wait for it to be given
Complete thread -- He is on DVT prophylaxis with Fragmin and pain management currently with PCA
Complete thread -- did you try looking up "PCA" to see if it makes sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- patient with right knee pain: He is on [dvt prolasis] with fragment a ...
Complete thread -- okay got it think its [knees] ...
Complete thread -- yeah i see it now thnx alright ill try it ...
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- where is this hospital/facility located that you are transcribing for?
Complete thread -- 2nd onE, that is
Complete thread -- 2nd on is "similar to"
Complete thread -- Atypical chest pain
Complete thread -- picker's nodules
Complete thread -- I can't make it out.
Complete thread -- s/l Pick-ehs
Complete thread -- k, thnx -nm&dam ...
Complete thread -- 1. ____ chest pain ______ 2009 episodes. Discussed with Dr. Reitano
Complete thread -- Would help if we knew the state of the country you are doing
Complete thread -- sounds like a location, town, city?
Complete thread -- Click that little box up on top right of this page "Rules"
Complete thread -- occasionally will have a beer. Lives ______ with his wife.
Complete thread -- actually, it is probably circumference, but maybe dictated diameter
Complete thread -- it's diameter, but you need to start giving context
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like?? what part of the body?? or you just want random guesses?
Complete thread -- calf [dam] is 45 on the right, 42 on the left. ...
Complete thread -- Range of motion is decreased from the [ ] sensation is intact. ...
Complete thread -- yep (where it looks like a dog ear) very common term.
Complete thread -- more labs
Complete thread -- thanks so much everyone!
Complete thread -- it may be i tried some research on that one, cant decide. Does it make ...
Complete thread -- looking at a hairline incision on the arm....sm
Complete thread -- with a glucose of 137
Complete thread -- H&H of ? and 41.1
Complete thread -- labs
Complete thread -- after tenderness is "Neuropsych"
Complete thread -- rhonchi, or rales. Abdomen - soft nontender nondistended.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- too much static to hear much. sorry
Complete thread -- gallops. Regular rate and rhythm.
Complete thread -- intrinsics?
Complete thread -- Strength testing shows deltoid wrist extension s/l- trensix? 5/5. ...
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- verrucoid, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- It is actually aspirin 325 mg po daily
Complete thread -- flat-top s/l roogoid papules
Complete thread -- aspirin 225 mg daily p.o. daily, _____ mg daily.
Complete thread -- reply misplaced above ^ (speaking of "attention to detail," lol).
Complete thread -- Why, thank you very much. My over-attention to detail is kind of wasted in this profession
Complete thread -- Flagged it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ty. first part correct- psychiatric: depression, mild. Its still part ...
Complete thread -- Would think it actually is... Psychiatric: some depression, mild. Past medical history
Complete thread -- I hear merchandising price collecter, but what the heck is that?
Complete thread -- psychiatric: some depression, mild [heminal] history of anemia. ...
Complete thread -- yeah thnx ...
Complete thread -- Patient denies problems other than eye abrasion and [penal] problems [ ...
Complete thread -- probably flying through ultrasound studies. or ultrasounds.
Complete thread -- merchandising price connector?
Complete thread -- I will see him back in 6 months with bilateral carotid Doppler s/l ultrastudies
Complete thread -- She works part time as a (?????????).
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sustained?
Complete thread -- s/l saphane??
Complete thread -- s/l CRPT (see message for context) s/l is at end of message.
Complete thread -- She is an infant with pulmonary vein stenosis....does not really
Complete thread -- does the patient have leukemia? Gleevec is usually given for that?
Complete thread -- perhaps Erythropoietin (EPO) Epoietin Alpha subcutaneously
Complete thread -- Ya, me too.
Complete thread -- do they say what the patient gets that for? other history?
Complete thread -- when googling weiss ring vitreous detachment, posterior is all that I find.
Complete thread -- In medications is saying she gets s/l Ip o net alpha subq nm
Complete thread -- There was a Weiss ring, representing s/l west-erior vitreous detachment.
Complete thread -- Gleevec
Complete thread -- Same patient....is receiving s/l Glee Vac....this is a child. nm
Complete thread -- Burkholderia cepacia (see bacteria link above)
Complete thread -- sm...
Complete thread -- exact sentence needed with before and after information please
Complete thread -- blood culture s/l burke holder kapia? nm
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- I really respect MTs who are professional enough to even think about this sort of thing.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Though, as per Dr. Margaret, S1, S2 regular means the rate and rhythm have to be regular
Complete thread -- Thanks, you're thinking very much like I am about this.
Complete thread -- good question - SM for my 2 cents
Complete thread -- I never use the 2nd comma.
Complete thread -- makes sense, they want to drain the entire thing, not just...
Complete thread -- just the *arcuate component*. Additionally, the fluid was dark red
Complete thread -- CARDIAC: S1, S2 within normal limits. (or) S1, S2, within normal limits.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Areas flagged. Thx.
Complete thread -- PT with COPD. Please see msg for context. Thank you
Complete thread -- seconded, seems pretty clearly that now.
Complete thread -- nipple viability?
Complete thread -- nipple something (kind of doubt your "byproduct" below, but not my specialty)
Complete thread -- resection, excellent ______ was noted
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pinch. check your "of" and "from"
Complete thread -- Sounds likes (to me) containing 1 L of LR and 1 L of epinephrine
Complete thread -- Corynebacterium?
Complete thread -- each side to adequate ______ thickness
Complete thread -- s/l corno-rhino bacterium on urine culture TIA!
Complete thread -- containing 1 liter of ___________ with epinephrine.
Complete thread -- the end of the resection, excellent *nipple by product* was noted
Complete thread -- a physical medicine and rehabilitation consult?
Complete thread -- [A] physical [medicines] [midlotation?] consults requested by the orth ...
Complete thread -- thnx i'll relisten ...
Complete thread -- Not sure of your word but it might be more like "promotion AND tenure..."
Complete thread -- Not sure what you are asking either, but do you mean short-term recall?
Complete thread -- when he matriculated as a medical student
Complete thread -- what are you asking?
Complete thread -- Not trying to be ugly, but it looks like some posters need to read the rules before
Complete thread -- until 1980 when he returned to ___ medical student
Complete thread -- promotion at tenure s/l acimidy. (doctor being considered for promotion)
Complete thread -- he is oriented x3, [sure] can recall 3/3, no agitation noted. ...
Complete thread -- mild *heminal* history of anemia ...
Complete thread -- the part where I said it sounds like "liver" you think sounds like metastatic disease?
Complete thread -- sounds like "metastatic disease."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- yep.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Please see msg - Her mother died at age 60 of (?liver) secondary to bowel cancer, hav
Complete thread -- In the WAV, is this how you think doc means for me to write this?
Complete thread -- Then again, 107 and 170 sound VERY similar as dictated by some doctors.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I knew the md twisted something around!
Complete thread -- 51 inches (4 feet 3 inches) 107 pounds would be 28.9.
Complete thread -- there's either unilateral or bilateral form, 'stiff' is a characteristic of this rare diso
Complete thread -- I'd flag - BMI does not equal height of 4'3" and 170 lg (or 117 lb)
Complete thread -- 4 1/4 feet ...
Complete thread -- Help. Can't make sense out of patient's height BMI, etc.
Complete thread -- s/l toe roaming may be pill rolling tremor (as in Parkinson disorder)
Complete thread -- s/l nava-prox-ee might be divalproex (Valproate) 2500 mg
Complete thread -- expanded on schizencephaly =grey matter malformation of the brain
Complete thread -- if able, post wav to be certain. It "might" be lip. open-lip schizencephaly sm
Complete thread -- forme fruste??
Complete thread -- It doesn't really make sense either way, but yes that's probably better. Very poor
Complete thread -- huh? possibly a form of schizencephaly?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- His initial MRI was reported to show an abnormal appearance of the lat ...
Complete thread -- He often doesn't make much sense.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- er... got it
Complete thread -- bot it - renal panel :) duh
Complete thread -- Osteoporosis.
Complete thread -- Would you put commas in this sentence? If so, where?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- sounds like your s/l... but??
Complete thread -- yep, I found guttate psoriasis
Complete thread -- thanks! i'll stop lookin now.
Complete thread -- thyrotoxic phase... i'm still looking.
Complete thread -- found it - hashitoxicosis
Complete thread -- Hashimoto thyroiditis. sm
Complete thread -- guttata or guttate - only thing that's close
Complete thread -- MP3 posted
Complete thread -- s/l Gut tape psoriasis
Complete thread -- patient reports that he is on *lo case health work* -- Humana HMO
Complete thread -- thank you to all who tried
Complete thread -- caloric intake
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- nah, mine's a Yankee
Complete thread -- moon facies?
Complete thread -- She is in no apparent distress with no facial plethora or s/l musacees
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Psychiatric med called *nava-prox-ee* SA 2500 mg nightly. Please sm
Complete thread -- has decreased somewhat overtime, but she had not increased her ___at all
Complete thread -- This was a 10-minute consultation by a true Southern with deep and mumbling voice.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'd swear you are doing my doc, I just finished him and he said that again.
Complete thread -- NOS, not otherwise specified.
Complete thread -- LOL! It really sounded like "tivilies," didn't it?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! ...
Complete thread -- CNS vasculitis
Complete thread -- Thank you for helping.
Complete thread -- Bingo! Thank you!
Complete thread -- it is akathisia. i cant spell without spellcheck lol
Complete thread -- akathisia
Complete thread -- jugular veins are flat. i hear that a lot on the neck.
Complete thread -- akithesia (ck my spelling)
Complete thread -- Psychiatry/ Abilify side effect
Complete thread -- male or female patient? could it be a breast exam-the nipples are flat?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Physical Exam: Neck is supple. s/l tilavies are flat (not carotids or veins) Thx!
Complete thread -- pill rolling?
Complete thread -- s/l low amplitude toe-roaming tremor in the finger and thumb
Complete thread -- s/l low amplitude toe-roaming tremor in the finger and thumb
Complete thread -- oh lord, and a dizzy attack. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Episode of loss of consciousness and s/l adiddy attack sm
Complete thread -- cataracts?
Complete thread -- they call it 'redundant' where i work and we don't type it.
Complete thread -- Nvm lol, chest. ...
Complete thread -- She does describe some typical symptoms of reflux. In particular, she ...
Complete thread -- Acceptable phrasing?
Complete thread -- PAST MED. HISTORY:...*is really catacs*, glaucoma ...
Complete thread -- as in rhymes with betadine? patadine?
Complete thread -- I am referring to the percussive sound made by the dictator
Complete thread -- Thanx ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear that now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Argyle?
Complete thread -- A 28-French straight *are-dee-all-dull* chest tube was placed anteriorly
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- never mind, it is MAKOplasty. Thanks!
Complete thread -- what is the exact sentence (words dictated before and after)
Complete thread -- May-go or May-co surgery
Complete thread -- ?automatisms
Complete thread -- any abnormalities?
Complete thread -- tonic-clonic seizures
Complete thread -- ah, thanks for that info. So the product number would've helped in post...
Complete thread -- that's what I heard -zine, but you can't guess on an allergy
Complete thread -- another example:
Complete thread -- Oops, never mind. Went back to beginning where she said he had a single lead pacemaker.
Complete thread -- could be one or two. Check the brand/model.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- For pacemake pulse generator, would there be one lead only or more than one? Please
Complete thread -- does anyone hear Panadeine?
Complete thread -- anteromedial is my guess.
Complete thread -- PhosLo? but, can't guess on a med. best to flag & send it on.
Complete thread -- all i hear is the ending of zene...?
Complete thread -- med: foswel? -no dosage ...
Complete thread -- Incision made 2 inches below clavicle landmark *inter medial* to deltopectoral groove
Complete thread -- yeah got it, its toprol xl 50 mg thnx! ...
Complete thread -- there is no audio glitch... Confused....
Complete thread -- no; it's not possible due to the audio glitch
Complete thread -- please need help on this, anyone have a thought on what drug could be?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU SO MUCH! Kind of a duh moment for me I guess.
Complete thread -- beats of clonus, I should say
Complete thread -- clonus
Complete thread -- s/l beats of coolness in the leg TIA!
Complete thread -- She has multiple other drug allergies including (???????), penicillin and Endone.
Complete thread -- omg you are so right! Thank you f g j j g j!!!
Complete thread -- disclose a clue to her very ...
Complete thread -- endoscopy will be cancelled if the other investigations (???????) her very unusual sy
Complete thread -- This was posted about 3 hours ago, I don't think they are coming back.
Complete thread -- Rothiad = Lafayette
Complete thread -- Lafayette (zip: 47904-4305)
Complete thread -- collision?
Complete thread -- DO YOU HAVE A DOSE?
Complete thread -- Toprol-XL?
Complete thread -- BiNGo
Complete thread -- BinGo
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/webhp?source=search_app#hl=en&tbo=d&sclient=psy-ab&q=rectourethralis
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- Yes you are correct.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, Ortho. Please listen. sm
Complete thread -- occasion
Complete thread -- ? Pulmicort Flexhaler
Complete thread -- any diagnosis?
Complete thread -- MEDICATION: POPLO? EXHALE ...
Complete thread -- hey! dito! ...
Complete thread -- diagnostic imagings
Complete thread -- the patient sustained an injury to her left knee during a s/l concusion while playing
Complete thread -- roof? (I've also heard it pronounced "ruff" in some places)
Complete thread -- "thomas j. curfman"
Complete thread -- her father's dog tags.
Complete thread -- No old ultrasound or *in the domestic things* are available in file or ...
Complete thread -- I have that, but what can rothiad mean?
Complete thread -- the patient is wearing her father's _____.
Complete thread -- THOMAS J. CURFMAN, MD IN 46085-5541 Neurology E038 ...
Complete thread -- s/l Dr. Curfman in Rothiad . this is indiana.can't find anything which resembles
Complete thread -- Patient with seizures. s/l ruck
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- or...enlarged node... supra.
Complete thread -- I'm sure he means "enlarged nodules" and I'd probably give it to him.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thanks for giving the final answer!! much appreciated!
Complete thread -- This is another I'd like to know the outcome of the words....if the OP would kindly (sm)
Complete thread -- agree! i'd love to know since i researched a sh*tload and couldn't figure it out.
Complete thread -- Well, I can certainly see why they would shorten it, lol.
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!!!
Complete thread -- bingo, a couple of times abbreviated to teleogram.
Complete thread -- (i.e. that's what my doc calls it)
Complete thread -- "teleo" short for teleoroentgenogram
Complete thread -- wrong answer is theliogram SM
Complete thread -- Please help with wav 1.
Complete thread -- sorry, the post regarding "gah-phitis"
Complete thread -- Pls let us know what QA said - it's been bugging me!!
Complete thread -- I found it after I already sent with blank (Belleplain)
Complete thread -- I think you're right, and remember - doctors RARELY spell anything right.
Complete thread -- the *de-non* fascia, I don't think is Denonvillier - the s/l isn't long enough to match.
Complete thread -- Agree w/Jeannine, can't have Denonvilliers and ampulla of Vater - they are not that close
Complete thread -- I'm sure you searched. I didn't mean that in a bad way, just showing you how I looked.
Complete thread -- Obviously if I hadn't looked at the lists and maps, I wouldn't have posted, but thanks
Complete thread -- if this is a prostatectomy, I think maybe the ampulla of Vater isn't right - SM
Complete thread -- ampullae of the vas deferens???
Complete thread -- ampulla of Vater
Complete thread -- Denonvilliers' fascia;
Complete thread -- The sl*de-non* fascia was then entered, and the *ampules of vah-da* were isolated
Complete thread -- Yes..thank you!
Complete thread -- mirror positions???
Complete thread -- Sutures at the 4, 6, and 8 positions were placed in their sl*mere* positions on the
Complete thread -- DEXA scan measures bone density. usually they measure thyroid levels
Complete thread -- Valentine, Valley, Bartley - google new jersey cities and towns
Complete thread -- The patient lives in s/l"Bellpay/Velpay/Felpe/Volpay" New Jersey.
Complete thread -- I believe I just found what he's referring to, but he is spelling it wrong.
Complete thread -- "graph jacquet"
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- I should have said "with those in mind." You've got me on the right track.
Complete thread -- agree x2
Complete thread -- and...to confuse ya more, there is glucocorticosteroid
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! I will listen again with that in mind. I bet that's it.
Complete thread -- FTC functional therapeutic class
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- google NYHA FTC and you'll get some hits. I think that is what you want.
Complete thread -- glucocorticoids?
Complete thread -- there is a Dexa scan study
Complete thread -- Ty but he says it twice, def. sounds like FDC or FTC - nm
Complete thread -- How about corticosteroids? (Did not look up - just a WAG).
Complete thread -- ?glucosteroids
Complete thread -- NYHA-FC (functional class)?
Complete thread -- Some type of steroids listed in the past medical history.
Complete thread -- s/l either FTC or FDC
Complete thread -- Thanks, Shoots!
Complete thread -- esophagitis
Complete thread -- I think it could work sm
Complete thread -- the surgeon's hands were "dropped" (see message) Sound right?
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying. I've flagged them all, sent in. If I find out what QA put, I'll
Complete thread -- wag-pouchitis?
Complete thread -- I hear "clue cells" but not enough to fill rest in...thanks.
Complete thread -- Geez, I just don't know. Once I thought I heard "t" to start, but every other
Complete thread -- anything ring a bell here? (sm)
Complete thread -- maybe...just maybe typhlitis - Inflammation of the cecum. (sm
Complete thread -- white cells?
Complete thread -- I would actually flag that...
Complete thread -- Just said flexible sigmoidoscopy to look at disease activity for *gah-phy-tis.* Please sm
Complete thread -- Same as below but wanted to bring to top...doc says this 4 times and
Complete thread -- Thank you. I flagged and added in your comments
Complete thread -- s/l waxall and distali?? any ideas
Complete thread -- well that is what she says, unless she really said something else and I did not hear
Complete thread -- true.. i'd put "upset" or gravely upset. upsettedness? I actually found that word...
Complete thread -- thyroid and heart palpitations go together, check Lexiscan if she obviously can't walk on
Complete thread -- doesnt sound like dexa - sounds like baseline Lexiscan ? she having heart trouble?
Complete thread -- not sure what to make of this sentence, though it is pretty clear
Complete thread -- "grave" sounds fine to me but "upsetness" is not a real word.
Complete thread -- I would, personally, since -dine is often pronounced -deen. But like lb says... up to you
Complete thread -- thank you. I guess it means that she is really, really upset (sounds like grave)?
Complete thread -- actually it really doesnt sound like that at all- any other idea? ...
Complete thread -- i'd comma after white too. and I'd put pH (instead of PH)
Complete thread -- brief or grave upsetness... seeing, and she seems (you left out and)
Complete thread -- its not up to me. if you feel comfortable, send it on. or ... blank it.
Complete thread -- she expresses ____over previous endocrinologist
Complete thread -- Not hearing an "s" sound in there at all. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- what do you think? Can I take that chance on an allergy, otherwise it is very clear
Complete thread -- gastritis?
Complete thread -- it is, but maybe the doc says it differently.
Complete thread -- patient has allergy to "eye-o-deen". I would guess iodine, but isnt that pronounced
Complete thread -- followed up for *ga-phitis* with recurrent inflammatory bowel disease
Complete thread -- ty! ...
Complete thread -- impr ...
Complete thread -- TY!!
Complete thread -- Google "bounding pulses" and "abounding pulses"
Complete thread -- bounding
Complete thread -- neuropathic indices cannot be excluded
Complete thread -- op note help - pulses - TY
Complete thread -- he starts saying "number one-___ x-ray of her joint, I am attaching context
Complete thread -- findings are compatible with adenomatous hyperplasia,however, the *nur ...
Complete thread -- to me sounds like "en bloc acute x-ray" (wait for others tho, not totally sure)
Complete thread -- sinus flow and thyroid gland?- whats connection? ...
Complete thread -- ___ an x-ray of her joint. Is that "I obtained" or "to obtain"
Complete thread -- or is it maybe- 'Flow resistance in sinuous flow is noted in the thyro ...
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- yes, i think you are right
Complete thread -- ? physiology
Complete thread -- old wav still there...not yours.
Complete thread -- 1. Concussion education which included discussion on concussions __(7: ...
Complete thread -- rhytidectomy (face-lift)
Complete thread -- thank you - nm ...
Complete thread -- s/l rid did ectomy - does not sound like irridectomy
Complete thread -- [or in the domesticies] -very difficult to decipher ...
Complete thread -- THANKS, Oasis! I think it's Frykman!
Complete thread -- ended baseball for football
Complete thread -- football - since the football season did just start?
Complete thread -- not sure if this makes sense. maybe he says full ball.
Complete thread -- This is a guess, but could it be "sinus flow is"
Complete thread -- do you have a "sound like"?
Complete thread -- It can be 12:00 and 12:30 (the are the anatomic positions as on a clock face)
Complete thread -- MRI help
Complete thread -- 6 cm in longitudinal and 3 cm in AP dimension.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- thnx nm, AP definitely caps? ...
Complete thread -- delayed after breast cancer surgery, possibly. It's okay.
Complete thread -- no old ultrasound or [____] are available in the file or computer. ...
Complete thread -- is here for a followup of her right breast reconstruction, delayed.
Complete thread -- both lobes measured 6 cm in [longitutal] dimension and 3 cm in [ap] di ...
Complete thread -- and AP is right too.
Complete thread -- PO (by mouth)
Complete thread -- longitudinal
Complete thread -- thnx again! ...
Complete thread -- no resistant [soons flowless] noted to the thyroid gland. ...
Complete thread -- thyroid lobes
Complete thread -- both [dileg] lobes? ...
Complete thread -- You are great!
Complete thread -- thnx ...
Complete thread -- I would assume as opposed to meaning necrotic and dead that it would be correct
Complete thread -- both lobes measured 6 cm in [longitutal] dimension and 3 cm in the [ap ...
Complete thread -- They sure don't!
Complete thread -- I see it now - the lumbar fascia is inflamed due to the decompression. TY!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- pole
Complete thread -- her flaps are healthy and alive. Does that make sense in context?
Complete thread -- Nvm, I wasn't thinking!
Complete thread -- thank you, MT50
Complete thread -- thyroid gland appears diffusely inhomogeneous with focal nodularity in ...
Complete thread -- That she is not taking anything by mouth (orally) at this point
Complete thread -- that would have to do with fascia, but not necess. facets... hmmm
Complete thread -- what would PO or TO mean in this context
Complete thread -- oh wait, it was on your 2nd post. aaahhh now i see why i typed thumb
Complete thread -- i have NO idea why i typed thumb...? i just re-read your ? and you never said thumb. LOL
Complete thread -- I see facetitis on a few websites but they don't look very reliable?
Complete thread -- fasciitis ?
Complete thread -- I like it.
Complete thread -- is facetitis a word?
Complete thread -- Don't know if this helps but this is the general breakdown, not sure if that is what it
Complete thread -- You're very welcome and I was more than happy to help.
Complete thread -- amazing, I also tried, but did without thumb... Thanks so much
Complete thread -- could be saying "as of" instead of "hours of"
Complete thread -- r-something amount of injuries...?
Complete thread -- popliteal would be correct and "medial" for the other
Complete thread -- ... Proximal (P1) ... dorsal P2 (found it by Googling P1 thumb and then (sm)
Complete thread -- sorry--never mind
Complete thread -- You'll find it on google.
Complete thread -- congenital nephrotic syndrome of the Finnish type
Complete thread -- I just had another patient with a "p1" fracture of the thumb... Please help
Complete thread -- ever heard of a T1 or P1 or teeone or peeone fracture of finger intraarticular
Complete thread -- many thanks
Complete thread -- Hmmm. I would have to send that one to QA. Sorry
Complete thread -- rubra vera
Complete thread -- Please help me with my mumber, LOL. I know about polycythemia vera, but
Complete thread -- NM, must be. Flagging the second one. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Does surgeon's dictated "pop" refer to popliteal in following context?
Complete thread -- Do you mind telling me by means of what website you were able to find this doc?
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- WAV sent. See message for full sentence.
Complete thread -- sure, they use wires and clips during CABG and this will show up on the x-ray
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! My search was unsuccessful. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thanks
Complete thread -- Ali H. Kizilbash PhD
Complete thread -- maybe pars interarticularis?
Complete thread -- Lumbar spine: There appears to be "parjin tegrederos" defects with a grade 1 slip.
Complete thread -- found this double stacking maximally inhaled (breath stacking) or(not realing familiar) sm
Complete thread -- Cannot confirm spelling for neuropsychiatrist in or near Pensacola, FL, named s/l
Complete thread -- double stacking on ventilator (Google that)
Complete thread -- She was "double stacking," thus was placed on pressure support of 10
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- is dictator saying "semicolon"?
Complete thread -- Can find some use of the word "amniocele" but not "amniocystocele"
Complete thread -- message or 'massage' not sure on your s/l
Complete thread -- Something like "symposiums"? Sorry, not your s/l.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- it would be another way of saying radiculogram
Complete thread -- s/l amniocystocele
Complete thread -- I could never get the MP3 to play...?
Complete thread -- undilUted (not undilated!)
Complete thread -- context please
Complete thread -- Thank you both
Complete thread -- moving on - thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- I think that's fine
Complete thread -- referred to AA, NA s/l some cause. TIA!
Complete thread -- . He is married and has 3 children. The patient is retired; he did _______________
Complete thread -- I would say looking at dx of anemia with cause poss being G.I. bleed
Complete thread -- The GI bleed could be the cause of the anemia, but with no
Complete thread -- Doctor says, "Questionable GI bleed anemia." Is that one condition or two?
Complete thread -- thanks for quick response
Complete thread -- varsity cheerleader, honor student
Complete thread -- Sport/School/Grade: Powell High School 9th grade, ____, honor student. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- DOH. NO. hepatology/gist. = liver etc. Gastro = digestion
Complete thread -- excessive sleep
Complete thread -- 5 points for feeling slow, 4 points each for fatigue, drowsiness, irri ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ? atypical reactive hyperplasia
Complete thread -- Frykman is a radial fracture as well, could that be in there?
Complete thread -- has a personal history of having a left breast stereotactic biopsy where she was
Complete thread -- guess ~ brittle?
Complete thread -- Thank you fgjjgj! I guess he was stumbling over "antibody!"
Complete thread -- hepatitis b core antibody
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- help with lab data/Hepatitis B. Thanks!
Complete thread -- help with a buckle fracture of the distal radius. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Does this makes sense, out laterally?, I think so I just wanted to be sure
Complete thread -- except for the punctuation...
Complete thread -- long night?
Complete thread -- extensive choreic movement
Complete thread -- Jungle Jungle Jungle Jungle Theme Park Theme Park ...
Complete thread -- who does have extensive _____ movement.
Complete thread -- BoS2 says for the noun or adjective, followthrough but that follow-through is
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- trick or treating
Complete thread -- reposted. i hope it works now.
Complete thread -- No wave yet
Complete thread -- The patient states that she only went ____since she felt that her symp ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This will reduce his _____ dose from the Vicodin extra-strength
Complete thread -- shoulder surgery in the past, who came in to us after the patient...
Complete thread -- history of hypercholesterolemia, arthritis, seizures, and a past histo ...
Complete thread -- (unless it is a client-specific thing, but we here do not know that)
Complete thread -- sorry, can't make it out. all i did hear was seratonin....
Complete thread -- can you hear seratonin reuptake?
Complete thread -- carbamazepine not cap'd. sertraline either. both generic.
Complete thread -- there was no evidice of any seratonin (another word here) withdrawal syndrome..??
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I think there's a technical problem. Will try later. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything on the mp3, but SSRI withdrawal maybe?
Complete thread -- nmind
Complete thread -- Help with psych note, please.
Complete thread -- Trying to find correct city for Scott Salkind, DO
Complete thread -- or followthrough as 1 word. just like followup/follow up. 2 words, verb; 1 word adj/noun
Complete thread -- is of the mind?
Complete thread -- Never mind, thanks.
Complete thread -- wav file. thanks
Complete thread -- follow-through.
Complete thread -- followthrough or follow through?
Complete thread -- faun tail nevus?
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Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- thought so - thanks.
Complete thread -- followup 1 word, adjective or noun. 2 words follow up - verb. you have it right.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- preservative-free, P-F?
Complete thread -- hepatic encephalopathy?
Complete thread -- followup?
Complete thread -- Thank you both. I edited to 'she'
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- usually ureteral when it comes to stones. not sure I've heard urethral (because if it is
Complete thread -- lid eversion?
Complete thread -- an easy test is to take away the 2nd person: 'she' gets along, not 'her' gets along
Complete thread -- can't tell if this should be midureteral or midurethral?
Complete thread -- static? sm
Complete thread -- she
Complete thread -- eye exam s/l lead egursion
Complete thread -- S/L ??esthetic encephalopathy. brain drain here TIA
Complete thread -- I heard something like that too but cannot make out what kind of kit it would be
Complete thread -- She and her husband get along fine or is it 'her' and her husband?
Complete thread -- ? ThoraGate™ Duval (not sure that's what yours sounds like?)
Complete thread -- "s/l ca-au-di-ae" lung grasper
Complete thread -- I found rootogram - but it has nothing to do medical.
Complete thread -- I don't know what that is LOL - but I do think the doc made up his own word.
Complete thread -- some kind of kit. LE kit? Ellie kit?
Complete thread -- Viscoat and probably wire lid speculum
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- It was MAC
Complete thread -- s/l visacoat and Y O
Complete thread -- Anesthesia for DDD pacemaker placement, s/l "may say/MSA"
Complete thread -- Nevermind, was saying mycophenolate mofetil
Complete thread -- I heard trientine too.
Complete thread -- s/l "micro-thin light moffitals"
Complete thread -- geez - you're right. It's rootogram. Didn't even Google it cuz I figured OP did already.
Complete thread -- P P F lidocaine
Complete thread -- Found only this
Complete thread -- coeliac screen was negative, however, his total IgA was low. The (?????) was not eff
Complete thread -- found rootograms... guess it makes sense
Complete thread -- I hear "discogram" a lot too. He's making up his own
Complete thread -- intraforaminally? but what is a root o gram?
Complete thread -- yes, sounds just like root oh gram
Complete thread -- I can find trientine and zinc for treatment for Wilson's disease and pt is having tests
Complete thread -- Omnipaque was injected *inferforaminally* to obtain & by a 0.5 cc of 2% *P P F* lidoc
Complete thread -- I often hear epidurograms in this context, but not much like your s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks. Purple is all I know too.
Complete thread -- acquisition of s/l root o grams
Complete thread -- could be, but I've never heard of trientine so wouldn't have guessed it.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard trientine, does anyone else hear that?
Complete thread -- usually its a purple marking pen but no idea on what that doc is calling it.
Complete thread -- triamterene ?? but the 2nd is transplant coordinators.
Complete thread -- some further prescriptions for (??????), zinc and vitamin A and K. I will organise
Complete thread -- s/l trackable valera skin marker TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions. Don't seem to find my sounds like. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- found cobalt chloride, sweat chloride. google chloride allergy test.
Complete thread -- s/l ex red chloride test TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- base of joint arthroplasty?
Complete thread -- basal joint or basilar joint
Complete thread -- He has a history of S/L basojoin arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- that is what i am assuming, but sure does not sound like it. Thought ...
Complete thread -- anticipated???
Complete thread -- Nevermind. He is saying GlideScope.
Complete thread -- *kaleidoscope* was utilized. Intubation.
Complete thread -- vocab word I cannot find for sentence
Complete thread -- satellite?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- his nm
Complete thread -- The patient states that he had a lost a good friend of him and his wife.
Complete thread -- no not Cafe au lait. s/l f or s sound at beginning.
Complete thread -- s/l textor T radiograph (hit enter by mistake above)
Complete thread -- Café-au-lait ?
Complete thread -- Textor T radiograph
Complete thread -- s/l concussion ** split force ** mechanism
Complete thread -- Patient has ....congential nevus as well as numerous congenital s/l fal-o-ate nevi.
Complete thread -- there was heart problem, atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! What a difference 1 letter makes.
Complete thread -- good ortho link(from oasis) on signs/maneuvers - other MTs might want to save it
Complete thread -- maybe doc misspoke and said wrist instead of foot?
Complete thread -- Kienbock or Kienbock's
Complete thread -- got it, kienboch
Complete thread -- Acceptable, but why change what was dictated if it's also acceptable?
Complete thread -- The patient had previous surgery for s/l kangbox disease. Thanks
Complete thread -- Kimball is probably from the make Miles Kimball, but not a wrist strap as this is
Complete thread -- sm.
Complete thread -- I am at a loss on the 2nd one. Maybe someone else can pop in on that.
Complete thread -- ?ethyl chloride
Complete thread -- low dye strapping technique - 2nd blank. Still checking the first one.
Complete thread -- s/l methyl chloride ...used for wound debridement pain TIA!
Complete thread -- The patient injected with 1 cc of lidocaine plain, 1 cc of Marcaine plain and 1 cc of
Complete thread -- I don't see any CAD or anything to suggest a reason for left heart cath in PMH.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- check last sentence under assessment/plan ? should be status post fall.
Complete thread -- spines
Complete thread -- medially into the tibial _____ and please see the official report
Complete thread -- Thank you. I went with that.
Complete thread -- I hear arterial-enhancing too
Complete thread -- are
Complete thread -- is/are
Complete thread -- yes, I believe so. thanks!
Complete thread -- necrosed?
Complete thread -- Patient with lung cancer with pancreatic findings on CT. MP3
Complete thread -- I'll have some of whatever you're smoking, lol.
Complete thread -- There is no wave, only a question mark
Complete thread -- could U pls give the sentence before 'bi-arm' - thank you!
Complete thread -- arterial-enhancing lesion is what i hear. does that make sense to you?
Complete thread -- Oh darn~! Good luck!!
Complete thread -- no, not pseuodo lesion, thank you though
Complete thread -- I can't hear wavs for some reason, but I am guessing "pseudolesion"?
Complete thread -- listen for "She will opt to topically alternate ice and moist heat."
Complete thread -- Now thinking either left heart cath or left arm cast...
Complete thread -- There is a 3 cm (??????) lesion in segment IVA/B with partial washout consistent with
Complete thread -- PSH: "uh lefter cass on" March 2012
Complete thread -- *bi-arm* fine needle aspiration of thyroid lobe mass ?
Complete thread -- may be optimally? Most favorable or desirable
Complete thread -- s/l optopically
Complete thread -- Nobody said Darlene said anything about GI... the OP did, down below. not a big deal
Complete thread -- Darlene did NOT mention G.I., thus liver WAS correct track
Complete thread -- liver specialists ARE gastroenterologists
Complete thread -- because the OP said this was a liver doctor, not a GI.
Complete thread -- geez ignore most of post, not awake yet, don't know where I got liver, as in transplant
Complete thread -- might try google hospital/account name, they often present floor layout
Complete thread -- thanks for idea but it can't be. this is a liver specialist
Complete thread -- reminds me of endoscopy suite?
Complete thread -- I saw the patient for a followup visit today in s/l DOC suite 7100.
Complete thread -- Since his last visit, he reports being 95% back to his normal self. _ ...
Complete thread -- and is an argument for him... (is a reason for him)
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense (bring them back up in discussion)
Complete thread -- pancreatitis can increase pancreatic cancer up to 18-fold and (?an argument) is for h
Complete thread -- thanks for tyring
Complete thread -- I can (?resurrect) these incorrect thoughts but she would prefer just to leave things
Complete thread -- sorry, best I can do. but maybe the above will help clear it up for you some more.
Complete thread -- enemas. At times it _____, at times it precipitates pain, but...
Complete thread -- She is struggling with the Salofalk enemas (??????) it precipitates pain but we have
Complete thread -- I guess. She does have a weird way of talking. "We will do" observation. "We will do"
Complete thread -- yep, Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents
Complete thread -- no clue. her way of talking? I'd just type as dictated.
Complete thread -- Any ideas why this NP always says "complete"
Complete thread -- did you find it or send it with a blank? I was still looking.
Complete thread -- nmind
Complete thread -- Her primary care physician is Dr. s/l Jine (long i), located in Bowie (Maryland)
Complete thread -- listen for appendiceal base
Complete thread -- Found it this time, putting different order in google: RICA.
Complete thread -- Teenage psych pt. in Maryland area; has been in s/l "Ryka" (psych hosp).
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's how I sent it because she even continued the meds after stating w/o that
Complete thread -- Although obvious all meds thru PEG, I would only change that which is "p.o", as dictated.
Complete thread -- "I'm sorry, every p.o. medicine is through PEG."
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for the information.. I will keep the link in "favorites."
Complete thread -- Here is the link...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l "thiss-a-lee" sign? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- maybe present?
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. Could you figure anything out for the s/l spacement? ...
Complete thread -- appendiceal???
Complete thread -- got one s/l... Her 5-HIAA and chromogranin levels.. ...
Complete thread -- had a carcinoid tumor on the s/l ependicial spacement?? that was remov ...
Complete thread -- ;-)
Complete thread -- Shoot! I like shoots's better!
Complete thread -- coarticulation?
Complete thread -- got lucky and found circumlocution
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- any guesses as to what is being meant? s/l circa-mat-eesh-an
Complete thread -- blanked them. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- She's really clearly saying exactly as I typed (phonetically). I'm
Complete thread -- Cipro, Zosyn for the first two...
Complete thread -- Allergies: Ciprosyn and fluosyn and prosyn. Won't guess, just curious.
Complete thread -- sorry - ABPA - allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillos
Complete thread -- ADPA - Got it, thanks. Had to get the n's and m's out of there!
Complete thread -- Sent Wav file. I should know this!
Complete thread -- This is a 4-letter abbreviation, sounds like addm, adbm, addn, adbn? Anything like
Complete thread -- Yes, for a male it's unusual. Pretty common female name.
Complete thread -- you need a period or semicolon before "both"
Complete thread -- Sounds like my QA, unfortunately. They're very good at "closing up" sentences as if no
Complete thread -- I agree with you, I heard that word/those words in there. Cheating is what I call it.
Complete thread -- pathognomonic
Complete thread -- the pt's rather unusual first name is in your post
Complete thread -- s/l pacidnemonic
Complete thread -- I'd leave as dictated. 'this could refer to the symptom complex, so would be singular
Complete thread -- grammar help
Complete thread -- angular fibrosis (as in angular incisure)
Complete thread -- Neither would really make sense.
Complete thread -- does anyone hear s/l annular fibrosis, but can only verify annulus fibrosis
Complete thread -- This is probably a typo here but note scatted - scattered ulcerations
Complete thread -- I feel like he is trying to pronounce angiofibrosis (sounds more like angular)
Complete thread -- Capsule endoscopy has shown scatted ulceration and (?????), both of these may be feat
Complete thread -- ...or even better full mantle radiation.
Complete thread -- Seeing references to field/mantle radiation, mantle field, and extended-field.
Complete thread -- ? full body radiation
Complete thread -- agree with you! Totally irresponsible QA.
Complete thread -- Hodgkin's disease with chemotherapy and "fomodl" radiation in 1970s tia
Complete thread -- Only as far as reports have to go to QA if there is a blank.
Complete thread -- Does the facility have a no-blank policy?
Complete thread -- I simply wish they would send on with a blank if they cannot get it instead
Complete thread -- It's always better to be safe than sorry, but I understand your frustration.
Complete thread -- QA response from previous post - I hate this! I sent a WAV file on this.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TY. That's what I thought.
Complete thread -- first is Benicar HCT 40/25, second is Benicar 40.
Complete thread -- Edema progressed to the point of skin breakdown and he
Complete thread -- FreAmine parenteral
Complete thread -- s/l free a mean solution
Complete thread -- Oh I finally found it.
Complete thread -- and just to clarify she spells this out.
Complete thread -- Oh my she says UMI uterine manipulator but all I find are ZUMI, RUMI, and HUMI !! sm
Complete thread -- ? Cardizem protocol
Complete thread -- listen for SPECT study
Complete thread -- "seems to be" does not sound right to me
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- hanks for the help.
Complete thread -- bruising she says is new since the biopsy. You were trying to make it
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I guess I got it a few seconds before yours posted actually. :)
Complete thread -- lol, wow. Looks like you typed it a few minutes before I typed that I got it, but the
Complete thread -- trazodone not capitalized (generic)
Complete thread -- LOL. You must have gotten it while I was typing it above. :)
Complete thread -- knock knock knock Will Wheaton, knock knock knock Will Wheaton, wait
Complete thread -- "have contacted and spoken to the nurse" maybe?
Complete thread -- Oh, I just got it: I have contacted "and spoken to" the nurse
Complete thread -- Not unless her name is Ann Spunghimto. Lol. Thanks for the idea. I'll leave a blank.
Complete thread -- could he be giving the nurses name? Ann ___________, the nurse who...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- montelukast, (no acid) and he has been
Complete thread -- therefore, I have contacted s/l "and spung him" to the nurse who takes care of him
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- furosemide 20, Trazodone, _______ acid and he has been on
Complete thread -- I cannot make out your blank but I hear NO focal lesions were seen in the liver....
Complete thread -- Thanks. Apparently I chose the right way but thanks for the verification.
Complete thread -- No lacerations, ___________ hematoma was identified.
Complete thread -- s/l montanic acid
Complete thread -- suppose it could be written 10-100, but looks good
Complete thread -- according to BoS 2:
Complete thread -- Please give more context so we can try to help you.
Complete thread -- Anyone think polymer CAP makes sense here?
Complete thread -- okay... thank you!
Complete thread -- I can't post links here for some reason, but I googled chest fluid in fissures
Complete thread -- crct as is?
Complete thread -- does that make sense though?
Complete thread -- Oh, gosh, I don't know how I missed it, but now I can find *RBI* catheter.
Complete thread -- try *fissures*
Complete thread -- An *REI* catheter was used to selectively catheterize the left external iliac artery.
Complete thread -- s/l fisheries any guesses??
Complete thread -- I agree. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- sinus tracts?
Complete thread -- She uses a CoughAssist machine twice daily with a pressure of (plus and minus) 30,
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- or 'mark drop' maybe?
Complete thread -- some kind of 'mark up'?
Complete thread -- I found Phadiatop (not your s/l though) ?
Complete thread -- serum aeroallergen testing by the s/l mirror cup method TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I'll flag this. My only blank after a long note, thanks to
Complete thread -- Ah I hear it....you are great...thanks.
Complete thread -- But, then again, I can't be sure either.
Complete thread -- You know, I don't think prior is so far fetched, actually.
Complete thread -- freeze/thaw
Complete thread -- s/l freestaw?? cycles
Complete thread -- Gosh, just can't hear that. s/l pye-oh pedicle screws. I almost thought
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!!
Complete thread -- I don't think everyone has google set to come up auto like that, fyi
Complete thread -- Yes, I did try google but didn't see that (or maybe I googled a bit
Complete thread -- VIPER? pedicle screws
Complete thread -- 5.5 x 45-mm is probably what they are going for, 6.5 x 50-mm, etc.
Complete thread -- I mean the minute I typed "pedicle probe", it came right up
Complete thread -- could pryah be bilateral?
Complete thread -- we used a *five five* 45 mm pedicle screw. I think I find enough hits to support
Complete thread -- Lenke. If you tried Google first, the minute I typed it in, it came up ...
Complete thread -- Back surgery... A *lain-kee* pedicle probe. Please sm for
Complete thread -- sternal?
Complete thread -- WAG - ACS? (acute coronary syndrome)
Complete thread -- I think I'm hearing a "p" now. Might be saying pace for pacing. (patient has pacemaker).
Complete thread -- no external carotid bruits?
Complete thread -- Neck: No *a stern* or bruits
Complete thread -- We will get MUGA or s/l "face" study later on.
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear that now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- lower lobe bullous formation?
Complete thread -- Thanks for help! :)
Complete thread -- or bridge plate fracture?
Complete thread -- found Barton fracture?
Complete thread -- CAT scan of chest: Diffuse emphysema with lower *lobe-bu-liss* formation. Please
Complete thread -- Argh... People slamming drawers in background! Lol
Complete thread -- Hmm, could be! Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- Wikipedia says it is still "widely used" in logging industry, etc., so maybe it is
Complete thread -- sawyer? (wood cutter) - don't hear that much, though.
Complete thread -- Used to work as a *soy-yur.* Currently unemployed given his shortness of breath.
Complete thread -- macerated?
Complete thread -- s/l "artisan" protocol?
Complete thread -- imaging study - (scout clip) ? penetration?
Complete thread -- a guess lacinate or laminated sm
Complete thread -- I'm able to look at past reports, so that is extremely helpful. Thanks!
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- I tried to hear that but can't. Thanks for the suggestion! Will flag.
Complete thread -- I flagged. I had several ideas that I thought were close, but, really, not quite right.
Complete thread -- Not close to your s/l but there is a Blumensaat's line?
Complete thread -- Degeneration of meniscus with an almost full-thickness *lacimated* popliteal hiatus.
Complete thread -- Intercondylar notch: Positive *em-dee waltz line,* laxity of the prior graft...
Complete thread -- He is so clear...but that word/those words... fermentation ? i have NO clue.
Complete thread -- thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Exparel
Complete thread -- Hemorrhoidal surgery. s/l expiril was injected as a perianal block. thank you.
Complete thread -- Sending in, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- formation?
Complete thread -- permutation? firm mutation?
Complete thread -- agree with incarcerated
Complete thread -- wav file. I think I hear it but also have another word that is close.
Complete thread -- band pressure
Complete thread -- I save copies of reports by dictators. Have a whole file system where each
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ?manual
Complete thread -- that's it. Thanks nm
Complete thread -- good *banner* pressure
Complete thread -- Guess ~ continuous?
Complete thread -- ? TIVA
Complete thread -- Help!
Complete thread -- Get the Mad Hatter on the horn, I'm having a tea party!! LOVE THAT SHOW!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks! By the way, are you a fan of The Big Bang Theory? Bazinga...Sheldon's phrase.
Complete thread -- MAC plus s/l KEVA anesthesia
Complete thread -- If you're bored, watch medical TV shows, whether it be a documentary type or even s.m.
Complete thread -- should have said in constant (2 words)
Complete thread -- I interpret as not reducible hernia(unable to be push back inside/remian) present all tim
Complete thread -- I interpret as not reducible hernia(unable to be push back inside/remian) present all tim
Complete thread -- LOL! So much for my great research skills! Thanks again! Love this board!
Complete thread -- at the bottom of the screen it shows his email, billybob@thegreatdictator.com
Complete thread -- That is so nice of you both! Thank you...how do I reach BB?
Complete thread -- incarcerated?
Complete thread -- EGD shows an **inconstant** hiatus hernia extending from 30 to 41-cm.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- ok, just emailed BB it is okay to give you email address if you get stuck, glad to help
Complete thread -- thanks. Do you know where the pain is?
Complete thread -- Pain specialist
Complete thread -- vertebrobasilar territory
Complete thread -- for me, I think by reading your post, you are "really tuned in, sm
Complete thread -- supraventricular bruits doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sm
Complete thread -- sharing my list for additional understanding of term
Complete thread -- Suggestions for transitioning from clinic work to acute care. (see message)
Complete thread -- ? paroccipital
Complete thread -- here ya go, plus a good online lab site, save it and look over after your shift
Complete thread -- what kind of doc, please?
Complete thread -- my interpretation is pt had splint oin place CAT scan done, thus sm
Complete thread -- s/l antrapolis
Complete thread -- Guess ~ aspect?
Complete thread -- distal femoral cortex medially into the tibial *splint*. Please see the official
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- lids
Complete thread -- fall in St. Charles Hospital parking lot. The patient is here for getting outpatient
Complete thread -- shld be there now
Complete thread -- EYES: Normal _____ and PERRLA.
Complete thread -- I'd definitely go with the very most recent one I could find.
Complete thread -- or just proctoscopy? not enough Google hits to make determination one way or the other.
Complete thread -- not there yet.
Complete thread -- I did. Never mind.
Complete thread -- The patient here ____ patient physical therapy
Complete thread -- dictates: "parentheses par oxy, closed parentheses"
Complete thread -- thank you very much.
Complete thread -- I did that already. Guess I missed what you saw. Thanks.
Complete thread -- google all of those as one long phrase
Complete thread -- If you google your exact phrase it will show you each test and you can see where to put
Complete thread -- Saying "this is going to be PSA "sorry" (changes his mind) 3 in total..."
Complete thread -- anyone want to help me separate/punctuate?
Complete thread -- short for proctosigmoidoscopy
Complete thread -- Moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- female patient with diarrhea. Need to do a fiberoptic "procto"? Is this thank you.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying they will get 3 PSAs in total.
Complete thread -- wav file. Same guy. He changes his mind.
Complete thread -- Wow. Thanks.
Complete thread -- intermittency, completely with good force of stream.
Complete thread -- Wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- they're from the same month, so hard to discount one for the other...
Complete thread -- same as your first link above, i.e. (and the most recent date)
Complete thread -- more recent specimen from 08/24/2006 showing it without the idiosyncratic capping.
Complete thread -- maybe Pedi-CAP, see pictures.
Complete thread -- and image for confirmation of hyphen
Complete thread -- finally found in archives. Pedi-Cap (CO2 detector)
Complete thread -- s/l "pee-dee cap," premature infant.
Complete thread -- wav cut off at blank. starts to s/l ti.. (titanium something?)
Complete thread -- His prior surgeries include the laparoscopic cholecystectomy described ...
Complete thread -- YF football is youth flag football (at least around here where I'm from)
Complete thread -- Yes, shoulder pads, knee pads, elbow pads, etc.
Complete thread -- We actually have excellent archives here for this type of "confirmation"
Complete thread -- the patient participated in football practice in his s/l pads.
Complete thread -- just confirming. doctor spells out the word medusae with a capital M. is this wrong
Complete thread -- s/l Y football game or YF football game or wire football game
Complete thread -- wonder is word missing? Carotid is main artery blood supply to brain, words not flow ok?
Complete thread -- the term "add" means adding or lessening the power lenses sm
Complete thread -- There are a few examples of this on google
Complete thread -- florid /flor·id/ (flor´id). 1. in full bloom; occurring in fully developed form.
Complete thread -- ok thank you both
Complete thread -- think I'd put 1-1/2 to 2 hours.JMO though
Complete thread -- It's not necessary.
Complete thread -- should hour and a half be hyphenated?
Complete thread -- He has noticed some fairly s/l "florid" numbness around the right arm
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- Sent with blank. Thought maybe type of chin implant but only mentioned Silastic in procedu
Complete thread -- Carotid?
Complete thread -- s/l "colopathic" genioplasty
Complete thread -- parotid just doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- i hear supraventricular too...verrrrrrrrrrry sloooowwwwwly
Complete thread -- I am hearing OR bruits, but can't get the part before that.
Complete thread -- yes, he speaks very slowly. is he saying no supraventricular bruits?
Complete thread -- is that recorded at normal speed?
Complete thread -- He has no ____ bruits
Complete thread -- These showed a small stroke in the left brainstem and bilateral cerebe ...
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- anterior chamber maintained *its step* and the patient did not have increased pain.
Complete thread -- Got it -- Miochol.
Complete thread -- guess I better flag it. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- *monocryl* instilled into the anterior chamber, and the anterior chamber was noted...
Complete thread -- I thought I heard platelet count too, but that number doesn't look right.
Complete thread -- platelet count???
Complete thread -- I don't think so, thanks though.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank
Complete thread -- it's fine
Complete thread -- it's fine
Complete thread -- probably not, but ectasia?
Complete thread -- pat with knee replacement surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's what I ended up doing.
Complete thread -- Yeah, can't hear that. Thanks for the idea though.
Complete thread -- Thank you both! I'd already sent in (flagged), but I see this now and glad for
Complete thread -- stenosis makes sense but not much like your s/l
Complete thread -- I can tell from another part it means without restriction of flow, still can't get word
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- propranolol (the sss you hear is from takesss)
Complete thread -- HDL was 24, and CBC revealed a white count of 11.1, ______________was 15.6, UA showed
Complete thread -- s/l "a little fine" stranding. Could it be something else? (see messge for context)
Complete thread -- suggest "desiccation" (disk spaces cannot dislocate)
Complete thread -- Patient takes s/l "ciprobenalol" for migraine headaches.
Complete thread -- desiccation
Complete thread -- it could go either way. The flexion and extension are done in the
Complete thread -- from echocardiogram, vein courses into left atrial chamber without s/l "entesis"
Complete thread -- can't find anything like those acronyms related. CMC? carpometacarpal (sprain)?
Complete thread -- Awesome. Thanks, mn and shoots
Complete thread -- apical posterior segment
Complete thread -- apical
Complete thread -- Wav posted. Cannot hear blank very well, perhaps 'upper'?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- NM, moving on.
Complete thread -- for a...
Complete thread -- os acromiale
Complete thread -- Perfect, I found and that's exactly what he says.
Complete thread -- Versus or first would not fit context. Can anyone hear 'for?'
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- shoulder *H C S D*, left elbow biceps tendon tear, left wrist/thumb sprain *C J C*
Complete thread -- I will update his cervical AP lateral flexion and extension x-ray. I need help
Complete thread -- Lumbar MRI showed *dislocation* of the L4-5, L5-S1 disk spaces with posterior bulge.
Complete thread -- No full thickness rotator cuff tears, *arthro cromiali*, mild acromioclavicular joint
Complete thread -- Omgosh how lame. He is butchering two common words: both legs. Ugh. Thx anyway
Complete thread -- "quick summary" suggests that this has been mentioned earlier in report.
Complete thread -- Chronic venous stasis changes. Persistent s/l vull flagsh. SKIN: Without...
Complete thread -- flow cytometry
Complete thread -- In quick summary, this gentleman required a s/l recur?? of the left ul ...
Complete thread -- bone marrow biopsy
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- That's only 1 ingredient in it the artificial tears, as far as what I found.
Complete thread -- try googling your s/l and intraarterial radiotherapy....
Complete thread -- reading their site, I see it as Sirtex in the context, so I'd probably go with that.
Complete thread -- served by some (?Sirtex) treatment which is a form of intra-arterial radiotherapy
Complete thread -- It is artificial tears
Complete thread -- Thank you both very very much!!
Complete thread -- eye drops/artificial tears
Complete thread -- i mean, he says we can think or we can say...i can't tell which.
Complete thread -- we can think or say the ulcers - hard to tell.
Complete thread -- we can see these ulcers
Complete thread -- (??????) ulcers from anti-inflammatory tablets
Complete thread -- I am finding some evidence for "off-cord" on Google - needs more research, though
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, that should be liver, extremities, and abdomen
Complete thread -- lymphedema affecting his liver, as well as his abdomen, called pickwickian (no cap)
Complete thread -- #1 - extremities?
Complete thread -- #2- called?
Complete thread -- new for me, cannot find this no matter how I google, anyone have a clue? S/M
Complete thread -- lipedema affecting his liver, ____ abdomen ____ Pickwickian syndrome
Complete thread -- Funny. I think she must have a speech impediment or perhaps is deaf?
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- NM, I blanked it.
Complete thread -- 37-42, not sure why you're hearing of. It's stated as a range.
Complete thread -- how to type echo results
Complete thread -- polyvinyl alcohol listed in meds. ? Google has not really helped.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Is Lachman test graded?
Complete thread -- Google has it as B&O (belladonna and opium)
Complete thread -- Nevermind -- I think it is B & O.
Complete thread -- Is it a BNO or B and O suppository?
Complete thread -- ...is noted, with two screws in the...
Complete thread -- now it makes sense. Thanks!
Complete thread -- it is no longer being made from what I read by googling (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks. (I was/am confused by the if available, but agree that is what he said)
Complete thread -- Sounds almost like "If cromolyn is available we will try that..."
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- She makes me want to throw my computer out the window.
Complete thread -- Deleted file as I sent to QA, thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- Deleted file as I sent to QA. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- I have been getting her real well but lately, she has been tough! Will QA this one.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- You should get combat pay for this dictator!
Complete thread -- usually as dictated better, but this sounds good Excisional biopsy of epidermal cyst x3
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the suggestions. Still not sure, so flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- I would do the 2nd example with the semi-colons myself. I am
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Same physical therapy report, thanks
Complete thread -- How would you type this info on cyst locations on the scalp? Doc says this:
Complete thread -- wav file, physical therapy report.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- muscles of skin lacerated ?
Complete thread -- staph aureus?
Complete thread -- staph in nares?
Complete thread -- Patient tested positive for staph s/l "in airs". Being treated with Bactroban.
Complete thread -- knuckles?
Complete thread -- nodules? just a guess.
Complete thread -- s/l SS might be MMF (going only on fact liver transplant) SS sliding scale if diabetic sm
Complete thread -- s/l nuscules of skin TIA!
Complete thread -- ST (single strength) q.o.d.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- is the next word "duration?"
Complete thread -- guessing ~ confusion and general deterioration (?)
Complete thread -- did have some bleeding and this is what caused her to call
Complete thread -- bleeding in the cervical os __________, as such she went to the hospital urgently.
Complete thread -- thank you,
Complete thread -- man who was admitted because of confusion and _____ evaluation.
Complete thread -- I think the way you have it is perfectly fine.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!!
Complete thread -- is ETOH or IVDA spelled out if no instructions were given specifying?
Complete thread -- left wrist pain
Complete thread -- a recent stress test which is negative, asthma, GERD, left_____________________
Complete thread -- oh, MT50, you are amazing
Complete thread -- The patient is status post multiple knee surgeries including a
Complete thread -- i suppose i will flag. i have no idea what he means
Complete thread -- just a guess, but is the patient on sliding scale? (cannot understand why it would be
Complete thread -- topical
Complete thread -- Valcyte, nystatin, Bactrim, s/l Sfqod, Protonix, and multivitamins.
Complete thread -- "One short burst of xxx waves was present..." No idea on s/l but
Complete thread -- s/l "left fristine" in past medical history, not much context but here is what I got
Complete thread -- We will also start the patient on s/l "talpable or palpable" Lidoderm patches for his
Complete thread -- All muscles showed electrical signs at rest. When short bursts of ___ ...
Complete thread -- obviously Tourette
Complete thread -- patient with tic s/l parette-like symptoms
Complete thread -- not sure?
Complete thread -- early can make sense, as you say, should have this done early in the workup, not delay or
Complete thread -- gastrografin? I know it doesn't match your sounds like, but....
Complete thread -- I'm wondering about hourly?
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- No sign of Phalens or septic joint. ...
Complete thread -- If her symptoms are failing to settle she should have an (s/l early) small bowel seri
Complete thread -- not sure, but 'trabeculectomy' is 5 syllables...OP's s/l is not.
Complete thread -- always best to post voice file if poss. could be iridectomy,peritomy or trabeculectomy
Complete thread -- suggestion of statin, might be right i.e., muscle symptoms. Sharing my list sm
Complete thread -- yes! thank you!
Complete thread -- Not sure but thanx. ...
Complete thread -- peritomy?
Complete thread -- capsulotomy?
Complete thread -- solids?
Complete thread -- He feels that he regurgitates with s/l sounds. ...
Complete thread -- Phacoemulsification A *critomy* was made using Westcott scissors
Complete thread -- try clavulanate?
Complete thread -- med list...s/l clo-vate-in-not b.i.d. No other help
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I'm flagging.
Complete thread -- percussion "might be" part of it
Complete thread -- *old* calcification
Complete thread -- Eileen Gurgone, DPT, but that's physical
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't see that though.
Complete thread -- He's located in Neptune but I hear Holmdel, Freehold, Brick, and Toms River a lot.
Complete thread -- maybe Gherkin? like the pickle?
Complete thread -- She has a positive Tinel’s sign. _______at the level of the carpal ca ...
Complete thread -- What are some of the cities you hear on account? Camden? Atlantic City? Newark? Trenton?
Complete thread -- felon
Complete thread -- felon
Complete thread -- finger exam s/l phalon
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- 17-year-old obese patient saw "Dr. Gerkin" for high blood pressure.
Complete thread -- your guess was 100% on the mark
Complete thread -- of course, could be another unrelated med like ranitidine or a statin?
Complete thread -- coarse (sounding)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- The lungs are s/l course to auscultation. ...
Complete thread -- yeah, I thought the same thing. I'm going to flag it. I'm 90% sure that's what she's...
Complete thread -- Yep, nothing on the wav.
Complete thread -- Dupuytren's? I can't hear anything but static on the wav
Complete thread -- renin?
Complete thread -- Tradjenta (linagliptin) would make sense, but not much like your s/l
Complete thread -- status post right ring trigger release and ___fasciectomy ___ right hand
Complete thread -- sm - diabetes
Complete thread -- someone playing a PS game? Ratchet & Clank?
Complete thread -- Omg: ratcheted, ratchet and, ratchet-end. Eeeny, meeny, miney? lol
Complete thread -- rule out "ratchet-end towel clamp"
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did think I was hearing "ed" but then wasn't sure if that was because "ed" was
Complete thread -- FWIW
Complete thread -- FDA Approves Xeljanz (tofacitinib) for rheumatoid arthritis
Complete thread -- Please see nm's comment above!
Complete thread -- This is likely correct, as a ratchet sometimes comes with a towel clamp, but is not a
Complete thread -- underlying?
Complete thread -- I hear ratchet and towel clamp
Complete thread -- Thanks a million, nm
Complete thread -- lower tibia?
Complete thread -- I believe he is saying "ratcheted"
Complete thread -- The closest sound-alike I can come up with is 'right-sided' but cannot confirm at all.
Complete thread -- Questionable towel clamp. Thanks.
Complete thread -- On examination, she has bilateral lymphedema of the s/l low vertia. T ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for catching that! Should be 130.
Complete thread -- Thx ...
Complete thread -- likely ruling out signs/ symptoms of resection as result of surg technique ?
Complete thread -- sure, overlying makes sense, means on top of sm
Complete thread -- "in keeping?" .. and examination. Moreover (instead of wherever?), she does have...
Complete thread -- wag, but Hely and Weber
Complete thread -- I asked you below for more context (word before your s/l preferably), and I will ask you a
Complete thread -- Help pls
Complete thread -- magnesium
Complete thread -- s/l elaby thumb wrap for thumb synovitis/osteoarthritis
Complete thread -- heterotopic
Complete thread -- Can you give us context, please?
Complete thread -- wrist and thumb x-ray reveals some mild s/l atopic spurring
Complete thread -- I would relisten for the sodium value, unless you know pt is extremely hyponatremic.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: bilateral apical bullae and small *overlying* left lower lobe nodule
Complete thread -- abducted syndrome?
Complete thread -- can't document anywhere no sign of s/l resection syndrome of thumb
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- glucose 150, calcium 9.3, *medicine* 2.0. Urinalysis normal.
Complete thread -- consultation with regard to problems
Complete thread -- Thank you! I think it is "post" but will flag first word there. Thanks!
Complete thread -- with regards to
Complete thread -- I agree. "full stop" was very clear. AST was a guess. Whatever was said before full stop
Complete thread -- white male who comes with his mother at the recommendation of his phys ...
Complete thread -- I don't know about probing, but "pulsed" might be "post".
Complete thread -- He may have had some *probing pulsed MI.* Please sm for context.
Complete thread -- ADEK ?
Complete thread -- s/l Edick or Adeck ?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Was trying to figure out why spell checker was suggesting "was". IF you
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help.
Complete thread -- I'd put upper and lower lobeS (2 of them) were. no comma after upper since it goes with
Complete thread -- OK, I think it is "end-of-dose or peak-dose" (it was the 'of' that was throwing me off)
Complete thread -- perhaps because you need a comma after upper? I would use were
Complete thread -- Here is another sentence where 'were' is correct. That's what confuses me
Complete thread -- it is *something* or "peak-dose dystonia" but I can't figure first part out yet.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I meant 'was' or 'were'
Complete thread -- 'Was' or 'where?' Thanks.
Complete thread -- Not sure there are other options, and pectoralis would fit your context.
Complete thread -- Her only complaint is that sometimes her toes curl up in the middle of ...
Complete thread -- Oh thank you again. I never thought to do that!! will remember for future reference.
Complete thread -- I could only make out the full stop.
Complete thread -- for reference, I googled hypospadias collars
Complete thread -- thank you. I tried to google everything but that z sound he put on the end messed them
Complete thread -- Firlit collars
Complete thread -- Hypospadias repair. The frenulum was reconstructed by s/l fur-litz collars
Complete thread -- no, I hear ??? Test, some kind of test but can't make it out, anyone else?
Complete thread -- S/l pector-R-us muscle tightness TIA!
Complete thread -- AST *full stop
Complete thread -- Sounds better. Thanks.
Complete thread -- suggestion
Complete thread -- Punctuation help.
Complete thread -- Please ignore my post. I misread the question and did not see lesion in there.
Complete thread -- thank you, anyway~
Complete thread -- it's proteinaceous (I called office) but that's not what he said!
Complete thread -- pernicious?
Complete thread -- perinaceous pls sm
Complete thread -- Thank you for referring David for the investigation of abnormal liver function tests
Complete thread -- iatrogenic
Complete thread -- X-rays of the right hip show good cam and pincer decompressions and no evidence of
Complete thread -- It was cisapride.
Complete thread -- s/l ** SIS -uh - prat ** protocol
Complete thread -- ossicular system?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- spondylitic?
Complete thread -- first blank s/l still has his blue sclerae
Complete thread -- Flagged..
Complete thread -- ENT help.. s/l "ossic ear system"? Thank you.
Complete thread -- Would you change "spondylinic" to spondylotic?
Complete thread -- does blood signal susceptibility make sense?
Complete thread -- many thanks
Complete thread -- the last part is "osteogenesis imperfecta", I think
Complete thread -- He still has his ____ from his optogenesis ____
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I vote yes, you have it correct.
Complete thread -- "the applicant pool here"
Complete thread -- It sounds like "focus" but hard to tell without more context.
Complete thread -- sorry, should have written that posted wav
Complete thread -- There is no question that the applicant ____ here is incredibly strong.
Complete thread -- the University of Rochester neurosurgical residency training program
Complete thread -- meant if he said "both"
Complete thread -- spp means species. if he said twice, either put one in parens or delete one.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Definition for salmonella spp: Web definitions: Many farm anima ...
Complete thread -- Slamonella spp species
Complete thread -- No problem. It's take a lot of practice on that one. One thing I found
Complete thread -- ? telemetry
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for explaining that (I am honestly not being sarcast ...
Complete thread -- audiometry?
Complete thread -- WAG: Blood chemistry?
Complete thread -- carotid arterial tree ...
Complete thread -- No idea on your s/l, but "for followup" is always 1 word on followup.
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: This is an 81 year-old in for follow up of hospitali ...
Complete thread -- coracoid
Complete thread -- i think i'll flag this. thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- wonder if he means coracoacromial ....??
Complete thread -- choroid - wrong body part.
Complete thread -- choroid... (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Please help with wav 1
Complete thread -- over-the-counter progestin? Cannot find a reputable source. Can you?
Complete thread -- Yup.. thanks for helping. Will just flag this one.
Complete thread -- and _____as good a blood glucose... wow, he sure slurred that.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Well, it appears you have the time to get in on this so-called "argument," with nothing
Complete thread -- Yes but apparently didn't see my "point" and still doesn't, but that's probably my
Complete thread -- Geez...the OP asked, and it was ASLO as heard. ASO may be the same thing, but the
Complete thread -- Bet you're looking for gargantuan.
Complete thread -- "It sure is." She agreed with you.
Complete thread -- Please, I'm usually asking questions, not helping, so to suggest there is "competition" in
Complete thread -- "whom I have been following"
Complete thread -- There is ST and T on EKG rhythm strips, waves given letter names sm
Complete thread -- Yes you could be right. Thanks for your help. ...
Complete thread -- could be NIH protocol (National Cancer Institute) ? maybe.
Complete thread -- lesion?
Complete thread -- metastatic melanoma protocol
Complete thread -- who I have been following for the last several months regarding her in ...
Complete thread -- I was not concerned about what is "normally heard" but what was actually dictated.
Complete thread -- Whatever. Yes, I hear now he's pronouncing each letter. That wasn't the point of my
Complete thread -- stocky - large build -
Complete thread -- nvm, lavaged ...
Complete thread -- After performing the debridement of loose cartilage and meniscal rims, ...
Complete thread -- It sure is. And he clearly dictated ASLO.
Complete thread -- ASO is the same thing as ASLO.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ASLO=antistreptolysin-O
Complete thread -- I hear "aslo" too - ??
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I figured it out
Complete thread -- Your context says canNOT return to work or full duty, meaning can't return to work, at
Complete thread -- so why work or full duty. Shouldnt it be work full duty?
Complete thread -- Can someone help me make sense of this ferritin sentence.
Complete thread -- I think ASO level
Complete thread -- full duty makes sense; can't work without restrictions as he/she normally does
Complete thread -- . Complement _____ are both normal.
Complete thread -- complement and ASO (titer)?
Complete thread -- The patient cannot return to work or full duty at this time.
Complete thread -- gigundonormous
Complete thread -- ST or T (not St)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much Elfie. It's not been my day! : )
Complete thread -- cecal diverticula (or diverticulum, but not diverticular)
Complete thread -- should be spelled as complement
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- perforated colon and "saykill diverticular" status post hemicolectomy and anastamosis
Complete thread -- Compliment and *A S L O* are both normal.
Complete thread -- He did begin passing flatus and tolerated sips of *sugar,* advanced to clears....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could also be AV (atrioventricular)
Complete thread -- could be IV (intraventricular)
Complete thread -- borderline *N V* conduction delay
Complete thread -- can you give us the actual sentence, or what it sounds like? otherwise it is kind of silly
Complete thread -- Androgel (testosterone)?
Complete thread -- gangly?
Complete thread -- Without knowing its use, cannot guess on a medication
Complete thread -- (sm)
Complete thread -- can't remember term
Complete thread -- His medicines include Synthroid, Nexium, and s/l aba-gel. This is a list of meds in
Complete thread -- mg/kg per dose. I think 1 times maintenance is fine. That's what I hear.
Complete thread -- No wav?
Complete thread -- There's also Exalgo
Complete thread -- Could be reading Xalatan wrong but w/o context, who knows?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry do not hear it yet
Complete thread -- nursing home followed _________. The patient was transferred yesterday evening.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Found a site that lists the male nickname for it is Terry
Complete thread -- It does sound as you state below 1x maintenance
Complete thread -- The patient was on regular diet and on IV fluids ______ maintenance.
Complete thread -- If Dr's name is Terence, but dictator refers to him as "Terry", would you spell it...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Agree with MT50. The doc seems to murder the word syncytial.
Complete thread -- and on IV fluids *1 times* maintenance.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Think it is HDL risk factor.
Complete thread -- ? respiratory syncytial virus
Complete thread -- Ortolani / Barlow (2 separate tests - check my spelling)
Complete thread -- labs were done in the ER. A urinalysis was sent. CBC, ______ virus, flu,
Complete thread -- Xarelto? (just saying cause a lot of docs do not pronounce correctly)
Complete thread -- Full range of motion, negative ______, good capillary refill.
Complete thread -- Wow. I'm sure that's it, and I feel like an idiot now, but a grateful idiot!
Complete thread -- suprapectoral?
Complete thread -- Medications: s/l "Exalta".
Complete thread -- Doctor speaks very fast. Dictation is very short.
Complete thread -- oh
Complete thread -- NM... Sorry. ignore this response. Need a "DELETE" button!
Complete thread -- could represent
Complete thread -- Sounds better than scar. No reason for a 'scar' to be 'coming through' and needing to be
Complete thread -- Prosobee - check spelling
Complete thread -- Brilinta - for the archives - no questions.
Complete thread -- WAV sent. There is a small swelling in the soft tissues which _____a small seroma.
Complete thread -- formula s/l pro soy B can't hear bean
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I did not find that when I googled "RUDAS".
Complete thread -- HDL - he stopped his fish oil. It all fits IMO.
Complete thread -- Rowland Universal Dementia Assessment Scale
Complete thread -- RUDAS
Complete thread -- HDL risk factor?
Complete thread -- Not sure, but see if any of these scales fit? (see link)
Complete thread -- AHA risk factor? Not sure if expressed as such (7.42); this is just a suggestion.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I didn't think so either.
Complete thread -- Try to hear something other than "risk factor". He is talking about labs here (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l hr or atria risk factor TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l Rude-ass
Complete thread -- perhaps suture? I don't think there would be a screw in the thyroid.
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l screw coming through
Complete thread -- right lateral nasal wall/dorsal nose junction.
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation??
Complete thread -- s/l carapinch
Complete thread -- I agree with tlh, degenerative spoken quickly. The only other thing I thought of was Modic
Complete thread -- degenerative?
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks.
Complete thread -- sure - rent -to split or tear something.
Complete thread -- s/l rent (sm)
Complete thread -- ? atrophy
Complete thread -- I think "Hiatus was able to be repaired..." (s/l "hatus," though)
Complete thread -- s/l jev-type subchondral changes....
Complete thread -- still thinking...
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- ESWL
Complete thread -- Pt with h/o nephrolithiasis
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50!
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- True, but I have to follow BOS 3. (and that's why I mentioned acapella/Acapella, same
Complete thread -- apparently the registered trademark is not capitalized
Complete thread -- Thanks! Was just about to come back and say s/l hina. Now, to cap or not to cap.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- my first thought was developmental delay, but with no other history... who knows?
Complete thread -- hana
Complete thread -- ortho table, s/l Hiner, Heiner? patient receiving hip hemiarthroplasty and tumor
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- Interesting. Thanks!
Complete thread -- We extended the incision over the retroperitoneum as far down in the *telm* as we
Complete thread -- the anterior hiatus. __________ was able to be repaired with one
Complete thread -- There is a DD gene causing diastrophic dysplasia (sm)
Complete thread -- child was born with s/l DD. TIA!
Complete thread -- it is diverticula (plural) no "e" on the end
Complete thread -- I think I figured it out, "diverticulae!"
Complete thread -- Pt with low-volume, low-grade prostate cancer
Complete thread -- pls see msg
Complete thread -- ipratropium?
Complete thread -- prescribed albuterol inhaler *eyebrow pixus* 1 to 2 puffs every 4 to 6 hours . . .
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Figured out, saying spec gravity, pregnancy test. thanks
Complete thread -- They did a spec grav, and pregnancy test... ?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking the SPECT * should be with prior sentence. Do you hear SPECT thallium ?
Complete thread -- Giving Chem-7 results - calcium 8.8. They did a * pregnancy test.
Complete thread -- at an outside
Complete thread -- What's the sentence before?
Complete thread -- A *Spect Gravin* pregnancy test is pending. Teen girl in ER
Complete thread -- She was started on oral antibiotics as ___ emergency room and
Complete thread -- I think
Complete thread -- center of the cervical spine
Complete thread -- ... And I thought it was "in march"
Complete thread -- we do go by BOS, so thank you for that
Complete thread -- we do go by
Complete thread -- Got anymore clues or context?
Complete thread -- Well, AAMT BOS-2 says 15 sq cm and not to do something like 15 cm2
Complete thread -- actually I googled Marshall mandibulectomy and this was in the first hit.
Complete thread -- ...cervical spine, mostly along the...
Complete thread -- Super! Thanks billybob
Complete thread -- no ___- of the paravertebral musculature.
Complete thread -- You are amazing!
Complete thread -- your humble opinion is worth a lot. You must have tons of experience. Any other votes?
Complete thread -- Marginal mandibulectomy?
Complete thread -- Tongue has s/l effify of the left tongue. ESL doc. Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- 15 cm2, JMHO.
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- when dictated 15 square centimeters, what is the correct way to type?
Complete thread -- thank you, billybob. how did you search on the archives reverse* graft?
Complete thread -- hemiglossectomy defect _____ and mandibulectomy
Complete thread -- "pinning flexion test" of the hip is negative bilaterally
Complete thread -- ...also maybe reversible graft.
Complete thread -- I only find "reverse saphenous graft" in archives SM
Complete thread -- reverse "sorlograft" with distal necrosis
Complete thread -- i.e., just another word for scab
Complete thread -- Thank you, I appreciate that. Very kind of you to help
Complete thread -- yes, sores and wounds do form crusts.
Complete thread -- Does the word "crusting" make sense in context. Sounds like that or crufting, but ca
Complete thread -- According to the patient he __________ left leg to the concrete about 2 weeks ago
Complete thread -- Sounds like tamsulosin to me. By the way...
Complete thread -- oh yes, you are right, duh, thank you!
Complete thread -- does anyone by chance her "indivudual symptom profile"??
Complete thread -- the?
Complete thread -- excellent apical support
Complete thread -- I have been through (?????) symptom profile with **** today and although she would fu
Complete thread -- Obviously you would know, but I usually post mp3 and make sure it works before I post my
Complete thread -- mp3 wasn't there for a few minutes after the post -- SM
Complete thread -- This is the second time in which I have posted an mp3 file and
Complete thread -- - Warfarin Sodium - Lansoprazole - Atorvastatin - Hydrochloro ...
Complete thread -- are you listening to the mp3 file?
Complete thread -- Metformin, Simvastatin, Maxolon, Methyldopa, Amikacin, Enalapril, Levo ...
Complete thread -- Atenolol & Amlodipine Telmisartan Fenofibrate ...
Complete thread -- davol drains ...
Complete thread -- Atorvastatin, hydrochlorothiazide, metoprolol, _________, Avodart, amlodipine,
Complete thread -- Urology patient
Complete thread -- need more info. Sentence before & after?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it figured out, it was hyoid
Complete thread -- hyoid
Complete thread -- Word help - ultrasound of thyroid near the h* bone area.
Complete thread -- darvo drains
Complete thread -- s/l "darvo" drains after breast reduction
Complete thread -- yes, Q (wave) letters are assigned to the up-and-down waves on EKG, P, Q, R, S, ST etc
Complete thread -- Definitely not opacities, but thanks for
Complete thread -- Yes, I am hearing both lung space/air space densities. Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- after nausea, even though the discharge was clear.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't know. That's why I left a blank after c
Complete thread -- and sometimes you hear air space opacities.
Complete thread -- where would the discharge be coming from I wonder??
Complete thread -- lung space doesn't quite sound right. you hear air space a lot. are you hearing both?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I already sent with blank because I couldn't really get a good s/l. Could have
Complete thread -- Chest X-ray interpretation (see message)
Complete thread -- odorous?
Complete thread -- pain in the right lower quadrant, nausea, with s/l "doedish discharge.
Complete thread -- GOT IT. Culdocentesis. Thanks
Complete thread -- cul-de centesis?
Complete thread -- Its okay, I didn't help since I couldn't hear the sound file. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks, fgjjgj!
Complete thread -- At this time, she essentially is having ?? Not sure, but that's what I am hearing.
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping, fgjjgj
Complete thread -- Thanks for the baclofen spelling also.
Complete thread -- I did post a lot more than one word. Not sure what's wrong. I cannot listen to it once I
Complete thread -- FYI: MT50 is not the only person who helped you.
Complete thread -- (Only pediatricians care if colostrum abundant/scant, only OB-Gyn's care about lochia.
Complete thread -- can you post a little more sound file besides the one word, it just repeats itself 3 times
Complete thread -- yup, thank you!!!
Complete thread -- My sound file is skipping ?
Complete thread -- Or "sensitive" is the closest sound-alike I can come up with.
Complete thread -- Not sure of sound-alike.
Complete thread -- found Coryllos and Collis anterior cervical retractor and posterior lumbar in Sted's Equip
Complete thread -- Thanks a million, MT50
Complete thread -- s/l coors or couris
Complete thread -- Divigel
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- After changing my search a bit, I finally found this, so I am
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything on the wav... except maybe a TV in the background?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She takes Baclofen, Maxalt, _______ , and progesterone tablets.
Complete thread -- patient is status post total knee arthroplasty
Complete thread -- chronicity?
Complete thread -- nonspecific active colitis with some (s/l granicity) and the stains for both TB and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- perhaps "no acute ST or T wave..."?
Complete thread -- No *Q to ST or T* wave changes were seen
Complete thread -- Yeah, it is coarse not course!
Complete thread -- PULMONARY: Course breath sounds bilaterally s/l and sir-vu-lar-ily
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- as f g j j g j has it, but then I hear "came to the emergency room"
Complete thread -- thats what I hear too - and amlodipine and losartan are generic, not cap'd.
Complete thread -- the patient has had shortness of breath in the last day or 2 progressively getting worse
Complete thread -- I hear "current medications including amiodarone" (with no blank)
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: ________ including Amiodarone,
Complete thread -- day or two ________. On examination, the patient was
Complete thread -- Must be overlay wrap.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Debridement with tissue transfer to open wound. An "over-ler" wrap is used.
Complete thread -- wav stops after no JVD
Complete thread -- mild intermittent intrinsic s/l anxiolytic asthma TIA!
Complete thread -- For the cardiovascular: S1, S2 normal, no _____. Abdomen is soft,
Complete thread -- Yes thank you both. It was latex balloon.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- popliteal-to-dorsalis pedis bypass
Complete thread -- ?latex balloon
Complete thread -- popliteal DP (dorsalis pedis)
Complete thread -- comes to the office today for a year followup of his lower extremity arterial
Complete thread -- Later makes sense. Culture results take time.
Complete thread -- Showed him to be lying in the bed. No apparent distress. respiratory rate 20, afebrile
Complete thread -- s/l later, but not sure if that makes sense or if some type of culture. Thanks
Complete thread -- What is your exact question?
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- and it is gemfibrozil (wish we had spellcheck on here)
Complete thread -- Aricept (capitalized)
Complete thread -- 1st is gemfibrizil 600 (not toprazole... aricept 10, ranitidine 300 daily
Complete thread -- med ?s
Complete thread -- sorry, 100,000 of the urine
Complete thread -- Discharge Summary
Complete thread -- Reddick balloon?
Complete thread -- Lap chole with cholangiogram
Complete thread -- link L/min/M2
Complete thread -- thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- guessing ~ flaps elevated, bilobed and transposed
Complete thread -- thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- basal cell carcinoma of the nose excision and reconstruction ...
Complete thread -- Barsky? see message and link
Complete thread -- s/l ** GWAN - stin **
Complete thread -- could you include the type of surgery/location
Complete thread -- patient scheduled s/l bordisky procedure (foreign body removal in ring finger)
Complete thread -- MS analysis for calreticulin; sm
Complete thread -- incisions were made, the flaps elevated, below s/l belight? and transposed
Complete thread -- Link to breast cancer staging inside that should help.
Complete thread -- NM...think means Nottingham score and nuclear grade
Complete thread -- breast CA s/l NS or MS 7, NG 3 TIA!
Complete thread -- I believe it is liters per minute per meter squared
Complete thread -- epidcondyle medial?
Complete thread -- CAM walker boot
Complete thread -- CAM marker boot! thanks for your time in trying.
Complete thread -- some kind of "walker boot" maybe?
Complete thread -- She is weightbearing with s/l tolka marker boot. Sp leftleg decompression
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Right elbow epicondylitis, s/l epicondilemia.
Complete thread -- how is cardiac output measured lit/min/m2? written out ...
Complete thread -- how is it dictated?
Complete thread -- cardiac output
Complete thread -- nevermind! catching and locking!
Complete thread -- Knee pain. He has s/l catching and moking during active range of motion.
Complete thread -- for trying!! After hearing many times, I could get it. It was "scant lochia"
Complete thread -- ?scant colostrum
Complete thread -- ?colostrum
Complete thread -- doc and pls help with the question above. (she is a fast doc and having a tough day).
Complete thread -- She is breast-feeding her baby and she has s/l scant sem. (underwent C-section).
Complete thread -- but not able to catche her words, will flag it. tx
Complete thread -- I am guessing that he wants her to monitor weight gain as it could indicate
Complete thread -- fast.. pls help gync/ob
Complete thread -- "Softening and fibrillation of articular cartilage of patella," yes.
Complete thread -- even s/l fibrillation of patell? is it right?
Complete thread -- Arthroscopy. There was some s/l modification of patella superior pole?tx
Complete thread -- findings: grade II chondromalacia of patella and s/l side of patella? tx
Complete thread -- I ran into this a long time ago, when an editor changed mine to "s" -
Complete thread -- that was my same thought :)
Complete thread -- at onelook, 32 dictionaries with distention, 24 with distension.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- nm, has to be cholelithiasis. lol
Complete thread -- CTA shows s/l clow viasis, no PE, positive mild splenomegaly.
Complete thread -- S is more common than T, both acceptable. see link to archives.
Complete thread -- Help with spelling please
Complete thread -- Thanks, I thought it sounded like mushed "degenerative" or "little"
Complete thread -- That would have been nice (mp3), lol. Thanks for catching the typo too & for listening.
Complete thread -- first degree (typo - not sure your spell checker will catch that)
Complete thread -- Possible ________ changes...Sorry can't be of any more help.
Complete thread -- margin makes sense to me. (including all of the lesion and a little extra)
Complete thread -- operative report
Complete thread -- mp3 posted (you forgot to mention that)
Complete thread -- Actually I now think he is saying "seeker probe". ??? ...
Complete thread -- lesser degree [pathology] C3-4 level. _____ changes with flexion versus extension
Complete thread -- sickle probe?
Complete thread -- vitreous? (see message and link)
Complete thread -- I found out at end of consult she had been on IV fluids at 250 mL/hr, so maybe that's
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Definitely sounds like Vitriol. Tried various spellings in case of some word I don't know.
Complete thread -- ethanol?
Complete thread -- ENT Chronic rhinosinusitis surgery.
Complete thread -- That would almost be 47 glasses of water (372/8 ounces) over course of admission.
Complete thread -- 11,000 cc intake? I'm wondering if he misspoke and meant 1100?
Complete thread -- Not familiar with this and not sure definition makes sense.
Complete thread -- hehe :-)
Complete thread -- Yes, University would be capped, just like Pacific Ocean.
Complete thread -- LOL! I get it.
Complete thread -- I see your point, but umbilical is still in the diagnosis.
Complete thread -- I would say no, just the name of the university.
Complete thread -- students and have served on the dissertation.
Complete thread -- dissertation ??
Complete thread -- I agree with Oasis
Complete thread -- Not to be technical, lol, but if umbilical was a mistake then the patient still has s.m.
Complete thread -- does this need capitalizing.
Complete thread -- I think it would be a gastroenterologist.
Complete thread -- for six doctoral students and served on the ____committee for another ...
Complete thread -- would a urologist perform a common bile duct stenting procedure?
Complete thread -- Thank you Oasis!
Complete thread -- I would type as dictated, flag areas of discrepancy, and send a note.
Complete thread -- she clearly says umbilical and inguinal but then throughout the reports
Complete thread -- But you don't know if umbilical was a mistake or not and has only inguinal hernias.
Complete thread -- any editing freedom? can you just change to "regarding his hernias"?
Complete thread -- Contradicting dictation - please see message
Complete thread -- Thank you to you too ikmkfg!
Complete thread -- You are awesome Oasis! Thank you!
Complete thread -- found it...Merrem
Complete thread -- The patient has urine growing proteus mirabilis
Complete thread -- await thoughts
Complete thread -- await the thoughts
Complete thread -- trying some Motilium but I will (???????) of the gastroenterologist and the results o
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much Oasis :)
Complete thread -- Sigh, I mean "notice."
Complete thread -- see message...noticed capped words for spelling corrections.
Complete thread -- punctuation help
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. Found it after posting.
Complete thread -- gegenhalten
Complete thread -- Pt with stroke. Neuro exam: Significant *gegenhoffen* is present.
Complete thread -- Aha! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- the carotid sheath
Complete thread -- not pulsatile and away from (??????), likely a bruise of the platysma or a haematoma
Complete thread -- I hear that now! Thanks. I had heard the % and perhaps the five.
Complete thread -- 55% ???
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I just checked and he filled it in as "exam," certainly didn't sound like that! lol
Complete thread -- doesn't sound like that either, thanks though.
Complete thread -- the 'film' is done? since he later says quality of films?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I should have had that. Thought it started with an F.
Complete thread -- (didn't have the EKG pad quite in the right place, or the patient moved during tracing)
Complete thread -- limb lead artifact
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- hip x-ray radiology report "him" s.m. pls
Complete thread -- all I find and document is laryngeal nerve paresis -
Complete thread -- s/l laryngoneuroparesis, but I can't document. TIA!
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- would you cap - multidisciplinary team Upper GI meeting ?
Complete thread -- fructosamine?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Okay, I'm obviously making too much of a deal about this. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Would you call this a restrictive clause or nonrestrictive? Some grammar sites say
Complete thread -- or that
Complete thread -- which serves
Complete thread -- Would you use "who" for a toy poodle?
Complete thread -- or maybe where the first cases were
Complete thread -- The reason Lyme is capped: It's the name of the town in Connecticut where disease was
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ah, thanks for clarifying that. Thanks for all your help!!
Complete thread -- Monospot is capitalized as well.
Complete thread -- Monospot is for mononucleosis (see message)
Complete thread -- Agree I'm okay to keep these bacteria names lowercase? Please sm
Complete thread -- Thoratec® CentriMag (see link)
Complete thread -- this is aokolm posting, as usual, with her wow
Complete thread -- I don't have s/l setromag on my list, but the other is likely "extracorporeal" sm
Complete thread -- placement of *setromag extra caporo* biventricular assist
Complete thread -- Thank you sooo much!
Complete thread -- yep, radial nerve would be scarred down.
Complete thread -- butterfly fragment question from below WAV posted to be sure I am hearing right
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I googled butterfly fragment radial nerve scar - seems to make sense
Complete thread -- There is a large butterfly fragment .. Radial nerve will be (s/l scarred) down to thi
Complete thread -- There's nothing wrong with *excision* of wisdom teeth, is there? Maybe extraction
Complete thread -- Never mind. It is ANSAR for autonomic dysfunction testing.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The patient needs s/l nsar (ensar) done and probably stress Myoview done
Complete thread -- ok...thanks!
Complete thread -- It does make sense although
Complete thread -- I think you should change it around, yes
Complete thread -- questioning "run up"...does this sound right, or any other suggestions?
Complete thread -- grammar question...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oops, seconD, lol
Complete thread -- secone one
Complete thread -- Plaster of Paris capped? Or just plaster of Paris?
Complete thread -- YES!!!! Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thanks poi, and I still learn new words daily. Thats why I love this job!
Complete thread -- trapdoor
Complete thread -- not hearing blowout...
Complete thread -- CT of the head, questioning type of fracture s.m. pls
Complete thread -- Why flag it? He's saying excision just like the helper suggested.
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- I was trying/expecting to hear extraction, but I think he's saying excision.
Complete thread -- mp3 note posted...
Complete thread -- oi. Thanks!
Complete thread -- below-knee
Complete thread -- Maloney fem-pop
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- just expressing gratitude for this word board. It has helped me almost daily. THANKS!
Complete thread -- healthy-looking
Complete thread -- trying to hear descending colostomy but can't...sorry.
Complete thread -- Nope, ascending colostomy would be in the RUQ.
Complete thread -- and a functioning ascending colostomy in the left upper quadrant
Complete thread -- AND a functioning * colostomy...still working on it...
Complete thread -- scars in the functioning _____ looking colostomy on the left upper quadrant
Complete thread -- Darlene I learned a lot of new ones on this report. Never done a craniotomy before. LOL
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down, new to me, guess it widens the skull opening
Complete thread -- POI, just returned/reread, I thought I had posted under FGJJGI; was agreeing with this
Complete thread -- huh? huh? goodness poi. You read way too much into the post. sm
Complete thread -- well miracle of miracles I got it. He is saying barrel staves.
Complete thread -- I hope someone here is familiar with craniotomy. Please sm for full context and
Complete thread -- such
Complete thread -- well, that's because you are a learned MT! :)
Complete thread -- I actually think this makes sense and don't see that there even is a word omission.
Complete thread -- wow, I agree poi. i think that was actually kind of 'rude' for darlene to say that
Complete thread -- geez darlene, trying to tell me I'm not a "learned MT" since I questioned it?
Complete thread -- my opinion, at the TOP in caps and maybe even dated, so easily seen
Complete thread -- agree, they frequently run things on, omit word phrases, short-speak
Complete thread -- more medical lingo you learn/read in this field sm
Complete thread -- In our system, it would alert the doctor that the there is an addendum to a report.
Complete thread -- No problem!
Complete thread -- I wasn't worried about what to label the report, but how to
Complete thread -- I accept that your s/l is definitely not lobe. But no other noun is in common usage there
Complete thread -- enteramine? (serotonin)
Complete thread -- left lobe, not left bud, is my guess.
Complete thread -- word omission? I feel the possibility of the source of small bowel should be entertained.
Complete thread -- but no sense in final phrase.
Complete thread -- I think not. Go with poi.
Complete thread -- I like. Maybe even dilation of verge? (omitting "anal,")
Complete thread -- I'm sure I'm late, but can you label each file name with "Patient Name ADDENDUM" on it? sm
Complete thread -- Probably but could have meant it showed NG tube (placement) and erosion(s). May have been
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, an area of erosion caused by NG tube.
Complete thread -- of anal verge?
Complete thread -- Last week, he was having some difficulties with his stooling after dil ...
Complete thread -- "NG tube erosion" on EGD ??
Complete thread -- blanked
Complete thread -- Thank you. That was my thought also, that it should indicate
Complete thread -- med that sounds like in tera mine. No ph sound (phenetermine). I have no history
Complete thread -- Just my opinion, but an addendum that adds information to a report
Complete thread -- looking for advice - I have no QA
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- comma after effusion,
Complete thread -- most non words aren't hyphenated.
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- bud
Complete thread -- s/l butt/bud of thyroid (not lobe) pls sm
Complete thread -- Can you post a sound bite?
Complete thread -- Myrbetriq
Complete thread -- Wow. I found it! Myrbetriq!
Complete thread -- my interpretation is "new" as in not present previously
Complete thread -- present?
Complete thread -- Does fresh make sense in this context?
Complete thread -- Medication help please. :)
Complete thread -- You betcha ;-)
Complete thread -- I'm sure that came from memory! lol
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- And it needs to be spelled correctly. Note spelling.
Complete thread -- No problem. X3 is a brand name, by the way.
Complete thread -- thank you very, very much!
Complete thread -- CS X3 poly(ethylene) tibial X3 poly cemented patella button
Complete thread -- okay,
Complete thread -- thanks, I'll listen for that
Complete thread -- more ortho help (components for knee) pls sm
Complete thread -- The BOS talks about this, but I can't reference page right now.
Complete thread -- how come if used alone no?
Complete thread -- Dientamoeba fragilis...yes
Complete thread -- Not if it used alone.
Complete thread -- does dientomoeba need to be capped?
Complete thread -- how about "pain at end range"? (I hear that a lot)
Complete thread -- I have very little ortho experience, so not sure, but thank you
Complete thread -- Could he mean the exchange to extension from flexion?
Complete thread -- s/l "exchange" plse sm
Complete thread -- nonconducted or non-conducted? Found it both ways. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help
Complete thread -- morphology?
Complete thread -- cartilage?
Complete thread -- Word help - ?rthology
Complete thread -- nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory gel for local application of the right ...
Complete thread -- and BUN and creatinine ARE not is.
Complete thread -- Victoza. - Thanks
Complete thread -- Maybe... Actos?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- focal?
Complete thread -- peripheral??
Complete thread -- Duh, I'm not awake. youR s/l, wrist fracture
Complete thread -- I don't know you s/l, but that wrist fractures should be "Colles"
Complete thread -- no acute *da foe* consolidations
Complete thread -- relisten, he probably said monitored BMP (not BNP). ?
Complete thread -- thanks to all -sent with a blank. nm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- got it... miotic
Complete thread -- Benchmark KB is the electronic and most up-to-date version of all Stedman's books
Complete thread -- missing words from first sentence "...for right osteomyelitis has been ordered"
Complete thread -- I hear "GI" (also missing "has been ordered" after osteomyelitis).
Complete thread -- GI Protonix
Complete thread -- that is what i hear too
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and suffers from Alzheimer's dementia
Complete thread -- . _____ Protonix 40 mg IV daily
Complete thread -- TwoCal HN
Complete thread -- also DNR ______ Alzheimer’s dementia
Complete thread -- maybe "intact pupils" (don't know about the M sound with "intact" though)
Complete thread -- might be uracil or clipped off Propylthiouracil sm
Complete thread -- arcus senilis with *___ pupils ?
Complete thread -- She has bilateral *unco sinitis with miratat poopers*. Neck is
Complete thread -- med ?s
Complete thread -- Guess: FEC syndrome (fibrillopathia epitheliocapsularis) I don' know! :P
Complete thread -- pure guess, not enough info tho elfin-facies syndrome
Complete thread -- any outstanding physical/mental defects mentioned
Complete thread -- scalded?
Complete thread -- could this be sped up just a bit (little to slow to understand)
Complete thread -- s/l EFFEESHEE SYNDROME
Complete thread -- skin has somewhat s/l galded appearance w/ slight odor.
Complete thread -- thanx. And the other s/l is 2-0 silk suture. ...
Complete thread -- she loves _____. Her work actually slowed down...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- balance problems are likely s/l neuromotorgenic
Complete thread -- "in Peoria, Illinois, for years, in marketing, flying all over the globe."
Complete thread -- She is a very active person and was with Caterpillar and ____ for yea ...
Complete thread -- She is a very active person and was with Caterpillar and ____ for yea ...
Complete thread -- Mefoxin? Maybe
Complete thread -- symptom resolved rapidly after the introduction on (???????).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- flank dullness to percussion.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- modest leg edema and mild bilateral ???????
Complete thread -- perhaps had been drinking vodka at time of exam.
Complete thread -- with regard
Complete thread -- management would be to discuss liver biopsy (s/l with a guide or with regard
Complete thread -- Never mind. Listened multiple times and sounds like but clearly vodka, which
Complete thread -- drinks alcohol almost on a daily basis s/l "but clearly" vodka. I realize he could
Complete thread -- carpet-tack scale
Complete thread -- There is no s/l car-pa-teck scale. No evidence of nonmelanoma.
Complete thread -- ?also seeing FEIBA
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Yes, I did. Like I said, QA was unable to figure it out either.
Complete thread -- did you include supratherapeutic INR in your search?
Complete thread -- I don't think so (see message)
Complete thread -- ?doc misreading rFVIIa
Complete thread -- Ahhh.....that's it!!! You're a genius!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
Complete thread -- Pertechnetate, per an achive search, but do verify
Complete thread -- S/L "protectinate"
Complete thread -- Regarding earlier question about s/l VIVA...QA couldn't fill it in. Thanks to all!
Complete thread -- mucoperichondrial...
Complete thread -- Vaseline gauze applied over the s/l "avix" foam sm
Complete thread -- Auricular hematoma
Complete thread -- API procedure on thyroid nodule? Cannot verify - Indian accent. Thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind. I guess it's "fly and tree"
Complete thread -- is concrete for s/l "flying tree" or "fly in the tree"
Complete thread -- (That said, he did say "for some reason...," but I think best to flag since I'm not 100%
Complete thread -- Aack! Just occurred to me clonidine p.r.n. and p.r.n. Vistaril. That accent!
Complete thread -- Thanks, but not sure as that's a seizure med and no mention of that. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Keppra level? just a guess. not sure they even check Keppra levels...
Complete thread -- For some reason, his *cup-ra* was checked in May and it was also within normal range.
Complete thread -- Other meds tried are venlafaxine and mirtazepine, mentioned in next
Complete thread -- Psych med (I think): *clonna-veen pear-een* was helpful, but...
Complete thread -- I mean acid breakthrough
Complete thread -- it is histamine-induced acid reflux - thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help. Insecure today.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Great. I saw that also when Googling. Thanks for the confirmation. :)
Complete thread -- I don't hear the beginning of next heading.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Their medical dictionary doesn't, but it's not the latest edition.
Complete thread -- since he's saying "lymph"
Complete thread -- I'd expand that to LYMPHATIC like you have it.
Complete thread -- separate heading
Complete thread -- Carol - I could hear your wav from the start, last time too when no one else did.
Complete thread -- i think you are right - isolation by size filtration - i see that when googling -
Complete thread -- He is not dictating "lymphatic" rather 'lymph' or something. Would this go under NECK
Complete thread -- Next time try to post more before your area in question
Complete thread -- I too hear "lemon" juice or something similar
Complete thread -- breakthrough (1 word)
Complete thread -- drawn numerous tubes for circulating tumor cells by *s/l size* filtration
Complete thread -- some kind of "juice" but the sound is distorted right there. not sure anyone will get it.
Complete thread -- Benchmark KB (Stedman's) does show them both hyphenated and not
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- being bedbound (not sure if 1 word or hyphenated)
Complete thread -- Stedman's doesn't hyphenate them.
Complete thread -- Tazac 150 mg nocte to cover (???????) acid break through.
Complete thread -- for history of dementia and _______.
Complete thread -- When it comes to small cell cancer or large cell cancer. Is this hyphenated?
Complete thread -- Yes, did mention intravascular ultrasound a few times throughout. Going with IVUS'd.
Complete thread -- No wav file
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both so much! Will check both out.
Complete thread -- Might be IVIS'd (imaging system)
Complete thread -- IVUS'd (intravascular ultrasound) not sure how you'd write that tho
Complete thread -- Found it -- referring to aortic neck.
Complete thread -- The aorta was *eye-vissed* to confirm good technical result, and then the sheaths
Complete thread -- There is not *neck* sufficient to land a graft distal to the left...
Complete thread -- (1) are _____ decline in kidney function... ?
Complete thread -- i can hear wav but i can't make it out.
Complete thread -- I guess we use Colace here - "you guys" use Colese in Australia :-)
Complete thread -- I can't get it either
Complete thread -- nope, nothing comes up for me. usually it "spins" while downloading and it didnt do that.
Complete thread -- Got it! Colese!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- :-(
Complete thread -- It may be there now. I think I was uploading under MP3.
Complete thread -- Might just be me... anyone else????
Complete thread -- Not sure why you cannot hear it. I downloaded it and heard it. This happens to me often.
Complete thread -- Sorry Carol I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- I resent file.
Complete thread -- Nothing there yet...
Complete thread -- Please see uploaded .wav file. Thanks for any help.
Complete thread -- all I found was liposuction.
Complete thread -- I did Google, but may have Googled wrong. I only had 1 hit come up. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Me too -- dangit! Thanks so much for trying though. Look forward to hearing back on it
Complete thread -- You are correct, google cheeking meds and plenty comes up
Complete thread -- Cannot confirm the correct spelling of "cheeking" medicine. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- palpable stepoff, or crepitus
Complete thread -- I've googled lipodystrophy hiv plastic surgery and find diddlysquat. sorry
Complete thread -- I think I hear the word supraclavicular adenopathy in there ?
Complete thread -- Pt with head injury. sm
Complete thread -- No gross _____ adenopathy.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?scar tissue
Complete thread -- I too hear Colace
Complete thread -- I hear s/l chol-eze but cannot verify that
Complete thread -- HIV patient with lipodystrophy is being referred to plastic surgeon to ...sm
Complete thread -- hahahaha
Complete thread -- (Elmer Fudd dictating? hawwux wimitus?)
Complete thread -- Hallux Rigidus or Hallux Limitus
Complete thread -- hallux limitis
Complete thread -- Colace?
Complete thread -- Colase
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- medications are alprazolam, (??????), Nexium 40 mg, Zantac, mirtazapine
Complete thread -- ? bacteriuria with E coli
Complete thread -- Painful HAV bunions with s/l**hallux swimitus** right and left foot.
Complete thread -- is {bacturea} correct - pretty clear
Complete thread -- I think it's ok. Posterior soft tissue repair is a well-known procedure in total hip arthr
Complete thread -- ?beneath the scleral notch and the patch and shield...
Complete thread -- it is "and the patch and shield..."
Complete thread -- It does! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Tried to hear that but can't. Thanks, anyway!
Complete thread -- Thank you! (no specifics)
Complete thread -- My accounts, unless it is in the diagnoses, name of procedure, impression or assessment it
Complete thread -- how about frond?
Complete thread -- Do you have any account specifics to go by? Usually expansions are
Complete thread -- subcu tissues?
Complete thread -- Acetabulum sized to be a size 50, and *applied* holder component was selected.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Would sclerotomy sites work??
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Maxitrol ointment was placed beneath a *stermo nack* in the patch
Complete thread -- Op note for hip hemiarthroplasty. Please
Complete thread -- wide field viewing?
Complete thread -- inspected at 360 degrees with all *scrimy* sites directly visualized
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and far periphery. A* frand* was noted along the inferotemporal
Complete thread -- observation that the infusion cannula...
Complete thread -- by direct visual observation
Complete thread -- After confirmation ____ observation and after
Complete thread -- probably vacuum bag
Complete thread -- found: PeriVac™ Pericardiocentesis Kits provide the essentials for pericardial drainage
Complete thread -- I've looked long enough. Need to send it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I observed the s/l vaccubag and there was no more oozing of blood sm
Complete thread -- no doubt...i was guessing LOL
Complete thread -- my husband isn't fast, he was saying this particular patient is
Complete thread -- maybe a 10 minute 4k??
Complete thread -- I checked with my coach husband, he ran 100 meters in 10.4 seconds.
Complete thread -- I think that is kind of slow for a college runner though....
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- That's it, thanks!! I think I need another cup of coffee!! lol
Complete thread -- I think it is LVID left ventricular internal dimension
Complete thread -- finding some that sound close, but cannot be sure, so sending in blank, ty
Complete thread -- I would guess he ran a mile in 10 minutes 4 seconds. 10.4?
Complete thread -- "LVIG"?? measured 4.4 cm in diastole....SM
Complete thread -- College athlete (runner)
Complete thread -- coil to can?
Complete thread -- medication - S/L "MSelon"
Complete thread -- Not familiar but just found "Active can" in relation to ICDs
Complete thread -- It is the left eye, but I cant tell from listening. Will flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- oooooo I like that!
Complete thread -- I was thinking posterior chamber lens (PCL), left eye (OS) but it could be what MT50 said
Complete thread -- PCIOL posterior chamber intraocular lens
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: Phacoemulsification of *PCLOS*
Complete thread -- ICD interrogation - please see msg.
Complete thread -- monitor?
Complete thread -- posteriorly in apposition
Complete thread -- I cannot find this word anywhere...
Complete thread -- OMG! thanks!
Complete thread -- aponeurotic?
Complete thread -- umbilical hernia repair
Complete thread -- normal focalization or vocalization? TIA!
Complete thread -- Did you have a wave with this?
Complete thread -- I think 50s, can't remember.
Complete thread -- I tried hearing that, but I couldn't. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- do you remember how old this pt was?
Complete thread -- Could it be ?"VKA" (vitamin K antagonist)
Complete thread -- they usually give vitamin K? wonder if it has anything to do with that?
Complete thread -- Not off hand, but will check through my stuff
Complete thread -- MT50: Please see message...
Complete thread -- Can't hear that either. She's a mumbler. I'm sending it on. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I bet that was it!! Sent with a blank. Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ LESI's placed (lumbar epidural steroid injections)
Complete thread -- differ?
Complete thread -- Help please on report re patient with back pain. TIA
Complete thread -- can't hear that
Complete thread -- alter?
Complete thread -- Can't hear that, but I just listened again and the sentence is
Complete thread -- thank you. I'll give that a try.
Complete thread -- minocycline? There are others if you place your s/l in drugs.com phoentic search.
Complete thread -- ?defer
Complete thread -- Doctor is listing the patient's allergies. There are only two, and
Complete thread -- s/l to effer
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- He is actually saying "pro-B-type natriuretic was" So he is just chopping it all up
Complete thread -- I didn't hear the "NP" but go with MT50 - she's got good ears
Complete thread -- I hear (pro...) pro B at the clinic. He may be saying ProBNP but "NP" part cut off?
Complete thread -- Her ProBNP (B-type natriuretic peptide) was 5445
Complete thread -- Her _________ 5445 on 10/29/2012 and 4688 today.
Complete thread -- foam roller?
Complete thread -- s/l fomarola (sm)
Complete thread -- You don't specify what you are questioning, but I'm assuming cGY, in
Complete thread -- Tp rec'd 4550 cGy of radiotherapy. Is this typed correctly?
Complete thread -- oh, thank you!
Complete thread -- anuric.
Complete thread -- it sounds like "he is a-uric" or "he has a uric"
Complete thread -- s/l a-uric
Complete thread -- I just checked it out in the archives. It was RUQ pain too. Weird coincidence, I guess. I
Complete thread -- I blanked as I could not verify, thx for the help :) ...
Complete thread -- OP? did you ever come back??
Complete thread -- I saw that word on here earlier this morning?
Complete thread -- you have either mL or mg? If he said 5 mg first, wouldnt it go up to mg the 2nd time too
Complete thread -- But I just saw the part about a 3-year-old so disregard this. Anything online about
Complete thread -- Usually 2.5 mg, so don't know how they could increase from 5 mg weekly to less than 7.5 mg
Complete thread -- I suppose he wants "niggles"
Complete thread -- 3 yr old, JIA
Complete thread -- s/l Nie-galls or nighals
Complete thread -- they often run things together,(runon sentences) perhaps has more than one problem.
Complete thread -- they often run things together,(runon sentences) perhaps has more than one problem.
Complete thread -- agree how to verify? google.com + EMG glossary or EMG dictionary or EMG sample reports
Complete thread -- perhaps meaning the "microscopic slide" 1-4 (or 1 to 4) designating which number nm
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- Well, short note and going to send in with a flag, so NM.
Complete thread -- Hmm, maybe he means samples 1 to 4 or such?
Complete thread -- Small amount of blood only but none of significance *on the microscopic one to four.*
Complete thread -- concomitant
Complete thread -- suffered a right distal radius fracture and metaphyseal fracture. She ...
Complete thread -- that was just on another board, and it was polyphasia (like polyphasic, monophasic)
Complete thread -- I'd guess "severe" I've never heard of serial anxiety or serial depression for that matte
Complete thread -- Urecholine (bethanechol)
Complete thread -- medication s/l uricolon 25 mg (not sure exactly what for)
Complete thread -- cadaver
Complete thread -- could means happens a lot...rule out severe
Complete thread -- check polyphasic motor units
Complete thread -- He is s/p ____
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- PMH: Significant for s/l serial anxiety state
Complete thread -- Resident clearly stating *poly phasia,* but I can't see how fits this context
Complete thread -- thanks, I flagged (poor little guy)
Complete thread -- mild to moderate?
Complete thread -- Nothing is there. Just tell us what it sounds like to you.
Complete thread -- (two week old infant) Mild fullness to the thigh with mild s/l mallet deformity.
Complete thread -- I resent .wav file. Now hear Midodrine frequently ____ acute fluctuation in creatinine.
Complete thread -- sure, little veins like spider webs. my ankles have them, as do my feet.
Complete thread -- Sorry, that darn wav just will not play for me.
Complete thread -- See message too. Thanks!
Complete thread -- It is there. nm
Complete thread -- Examination of the legs revealed he has venous s/l webbing in both ank ...
Complete thread -- I don't hear a .wav?
Complete thread -- Not at all. Just hear it dictated a lot, but thanks for your enthusiasm. :)
Complete thread -- See uploaded .wav file. Thanks so much for any help.
Complete thread -- which has resolved
Complete thread -- dermatographism
Complete thread -- s/l dramatic arthrism, lol, maybe truamatic arthritis???
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Significant for prior concussion and ____ which have resolved
Complete thread -- thank you!! You're amazing
Complete thread -- Vitron-C 1 every day?
Complete thread -- googled 'xo army' and got tons of pertinent hits.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Yes, seems to check out. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I believe it is executive officer - but check that as I'm not military
Complete thread -- Social worker refers to commander and "XO" in Army while telling
Complete thread -- doctor is not spelling it. Sounds like vee-va...
Complete thread -- supratherapeutic INR: s/l VIVA was given?
Complete thread -- Well, she just got into indications and now says pathology report showed
Complete thread -- DX: *A 5 mm* thin melanoma, size 1 x 2 cm, and 5 mm deep. Does that
Complete thread -- Sending blank
Complete thread -- Mohs surgery, "infranares skin." Google/spellcheck doesn't like "infranares. What
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that is it. Thank you. :)
Complete thread -- dysfunction?
Complete thread -- It took me a minute too. I think we all just assume we're talking to females here.
Complete thread -- osteoarthritis of the knee
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- background count
Complete thread -- maybe the e-vets is effects?
Complete thread -- Sometimes a Geiger counter is used to measure. See if that fits.
Complete thread -- sentinel node biopsy
Complete thread -- glad to help - darlene
Complete thread -- Could be as in suture tails
Complete thread -- s/l Why-e-vets
Complete thread -- nevermind, just read your full post, sorry.
Complete thread -- silks?? as is silk sutures??
Complete thread -- Well, let me ask this -- would *tails* make sense there? If I really try to hear
Complete thread -- Just can't get that. Really s/l sills. I'm going to flag. Thanks for trying!!
Complete thread -- slurring "sutures" ?
Complete thread -- She just told me to go back and add under specimens this, which might be a clue?
Complete thread -- I thought I was being Mr. Obvious but Ms. Close-Minded above still didn't get it. I guess
Complete thread -- specimen oriented with a stitch with two short *sills* marking the superior margin...
Complete thread -- She just now said night prior pt underwent nuclear lymphoscintigraphy, so I guess
Complete thread -- yes, but metatarsophalangeal is never simply "MT" - that's what's wrong (needs a P)
Complete thread -- Thank you for suggestion. I'll go back for another listen.
Complete thread -- ?scintigram
Complete thread -- Yes, I can put that. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something in my research
Complete thread -- Under joints, same thing: metacarpophalangeal is MCPJ and metatarsophalangeal is MTPJ.
Complete thread -- The patient had a nuclear *sin-ti-grit* locating to the right axilla.
Complete thread -- with or w/o the T it is clear. If you like to change what's dictated, go for it.
Complete thread -- MT w/o the P doesn't include phalangeal. Stedman's is wrong there. Look under "joints".
Complete thread -- Agree
Complete thread -- makes sense - you can put Dr. Valencia, Voorhees, NJ ?
Complete thread -- If its a cancer stage, wouldn't that be IB (stages are Roman?)
Complete thread -- PCP Valencia Voorhees New Jersey. I thought it was Valencia Voorhees FROM NJ, but I
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho has metacarpophalangeal as MP or MCP and metatarsophalangeal as MT or MTP.
Complete thread -- M can stand for metacarpal or metatarsal, so MCP or MTP is used to distinguish them... SM
Complete thread -- Toe MP joint. Shouldn't that be MTP joint???
Complete thread -- Probably wants to emphasize that the 12 is out of the range of 0-10 and is off the charts
Complete thread -- She rates her pain as 4 dash 12 slash 10, put the 12 in quotes please. I guess that
Complete thread -- Found some hits for PMX???
Complete thread -- ?ulnar carpal complex
Complete thread -- UCC Urgent Care Center (medical insurance) UCC Urinary Cortisol ...
Complete thread -- TY. It's a spindle cell carcinoma.
Complete thread -- an acronym in rheum s/l UCC or UCZ. Only 3 letters
Complete thread -- what is the type of cancer?
Complete thread -- from what I see in BOS the "P" should be lower case
Complete thread -- stage 1B, bulky, PT2a PNX M0 *s/l TNX. Help appreciated.
Complete thread -- Long- term video EEG monitoring; WADA (intracarotid amobarbital injection) testing ...
Complete thread -- s/l wadda
Complete thread -- You guys are great! Thanks much
Complete thread -- 291 lbs ...
Complete thread -- Went into a BMI calculator and put in height of 5'11" and bmi of 44.2 and it comes out to
Complete thread -- MD slurs weight but I have BMI
Complete thread -- You're welcome, anytime!
Complete thread -- So sorry! It's so nice of you to try so hard to help other MTs. I've personally been
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know, I was making myself crazy!
Complete thread -- It was a Wenckebach rhythm. There was no way you could have gotten that from my s/l!
Complete thread -- can't hear that
Complete thread -- WAG atrial couplets?
Complete thread -- maybe she's a guy
Complete thread -- s/l incudockers
Complete thread -- Eww.
Complete thread -- normal tone?
Complete thread -- even s/l tong
Complete thread -- Neuro exam: Decreased ankle jerk. He has s/l normal tome?tx
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- What makes you think I wear panties?
Complete thread -- I don't actually know, but giving you what I am finding on google.
Complete thread -- I found a urine amino acid test could that be the same as "scanned"?
Complete thread -- amino acid?
Complete thread -- Urine, a (a-my-no acid scanned), organics acids, CSF, viral studies and culture, uri
Complete thread -- Don't get your panties in such a wad. Dear Lord! I was just teasing
Complete thread -- the only thing I can figure out would be "non-liquefied"
Complete thread -- thumb x-ray. sounds like non-lick-fi
Complete thread -- Once again, if I had been conscious of the facility being in that area, I wouldn't even
Complete thread -- Yeah, the words "east coast" would have been a big clue, lol.
Complete thread -- No context about the hurricane. It just dawned on me as an afterthought that account,
Complete thread -- and, thanks to you, nm.
Complete thread -- because a lot of client's printers do not 'do' italics is what I was told
Complete thread -- Ah! Bingo. Googled *"skinny wires" orthopedic fixator device* and got hits.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I did find it used one place as "skinny wires" but
Complete thread -- all I know of would be "K wires" - if he's calling them skinny wire I'd think would (sm)
Complete thread -- Ortho external fixator to arm. Two s/l "skinny wires" placed through the ulna.
Complete thread -- That context would have been helpful to the helpers, lol.
Complete thread -- AAMT BoS advocates avoiding the use of italics in medical transcription.
Complete thread -- I bet it was stum was "storm" but already sent blank. (account in NJ coastal area).
Complete thread -- pentastarch (Pentaspan) may be in there
Complete thread -- Well, that's true. Not sure if I hear a P on the end. s/l stum now. I have no problem
Complete thread -- just capitalize brand names, no need for italics
Complete thread -- Who's to say? If she's having a change in her mental
Complete thread -- italics
Complete thread -- The patient kept asking if she did okay with the s/l "stump quote unquote period"
Complete thread -- agree -refers to damage in major organs (heart, kidney, brain, eyes etc
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- thanks BB
Complete thread -- Thanks. He probably meant that or meant to say "laughs out loud." I'll send as
Complete thread -- wonder is missing a word? smiles and "laughs" out loud. Can google infant sm
Complete thread -- She s/l "smiles out loud"
Complete thread -- end-organ.
Complete thread -- NM. went with end-organ. stat job, going for surgery
Complete thread -- I have nothing. sorry
Complete thread -- in-organ or end-organ (I'm leaning toward end-organ but want a 2nd opinion please)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Certainly better than acidy!
Complete thread -- bilateral ground glass opacities
Complete thread -- Hmm, he's reviewing other doctor's reports. Maybe he read "AF" as "AT"
Complete thread -- acidic reflux sounds okay.
Complete thread -- No, she's using acidy as an adjective to describe the reflux. I may give it to her.
Complete thread -- glad to have you posting so enthusiastically!