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Complete thread -- normal common bile duct is 3-6 mm, but up to 10 could be normal
Complete thread -- yes, definitely, thank you!
Complete thread -- Agree w/ helper re OP's primary s/l question.
Complete thread -- subjunctive form of the verb "to be" is needed for an "if" expression "contrary to fact."
Complete thread -- tnx everyone for the help.
Complete thread -- (thanks SO much! "Avoidance" Does make sense, but no more so than does "Violence."
Complete thread -- (I agree. I've never seen/heard anything similar so I can't offer a suggestion.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the name of the auditor and note the name of the _____ attorney. SM. guest
Complete thread -- If a doctor is writing this, it should be defense attorney! Funnies aside,
Complete thread -- morcellator
Complete thread -- The 50 mm *more slater* was used to
Complete thread -- Please see message for content. tnx in advance. blanks are the same
Complete thread -- We need a full sentence here. It is easier to imagine "risk" here, SM
Complete thread -- is that the entire sentence? Need more info, makes no sense.
Complete thread -- EB quantitative # probably means Epstein-Barr quantitative pcr (polymerase chain reaction)
Complete thread -- service provide*_____ attorney (blank s/l "recent" or "risk)
Complete thread -- Epstein-Barr (titer)....(presuming that you have accurately heard the initials "EB.")
Complete thread -- i think i will have to flag...just not clear enough! Thanks
Complete thread -- "right-sided"???
Complete thread -- hmmm,.....analogous to the Thermos bottle, "how do the doc know?"
Complete thread -- partial bowel obstruction
Complete thread -- P.S. btw, there's "no way" an MT could substitute the correct word here. SM
Complete thread -- I so love VR, if only for the entertainment value it affords...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- I think it is.
Complete thread -- See if this helps.
Complete thread -- 8.1 mm common bile duct
Complete thread -- Even if that were true, which is the usage I guess you're thinking of, but this is not
Complete thread -- s/l chordi compressions - sm
Complete thread -- were ▸ verb: have an existence, be extant
Complete thread -- ;) ty!
Complete thread -- cancer is singular.. if cancer was identified, ....
Complete thread -- looks fine to me
Complete thread -- Commas okay? sm
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- doc has misremembered the word: it is "not just bacteremia, but septicemia." SM
Complete thread -- oooOOooo! such a Very fine suggestion!! :-)
Complete thread -- Oops, maybe your HNS means "home nebulizer with saline" as diluent?
Complete thread -- could they be saying "q.6h., next" since the others have the h
Complete thread -- usually it would be (by, understood,) HHN. hand-held nebulizer. Maybe your "S" stands 4
Complete thread -- no there isn't..
Complete thread -- oops got that wrong s/l was sickle mess nm
Complete thread -- s/l sickle masses may be sickle (cell) crises?? sm
Complete thread -- Combivent 3 mL q.6 s/l "HNS."
Complete thread -- me either, nope. dosages of his left kidney?? nm
Complete thread -- s/l sickle mess
Complete thread -- s/l septonemia but septicemia - sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Vasotec? Any hypertension listed? CHF?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in (assuming that is your question)
Complete thread -- med help..s/l Azo-tec 1 mg p.o. daily. Dx sm
Complete thread -- gastrostomy tube placed *in/and remnant stomach? procedure help pls
Complete thread -- Glad to help!
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- That's it...Thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- "Juhm Tym-Tap (Xomed)"
Complete thread -- sorry, no e
Complete thread -- Asparte?
Complete thread -- Med help - sounds like "S - part" (clearly says the s by itself)
Complete thread -- Myringotomy: ...mucopus filling the middle ear. It was aspirated with a...
Complete thread -- He says Mucomyst and then changes it. Whenever the doctor
Complete thread -- organisms
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Actos, simvastatin, _________, tramadol. Thanks
Complete thread -- Wound culture shows mixed flora with gram-positive s/l "ena-meh-gins."
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Actos, simvastatin, *mu-ker-min ER*, tramadol. PT only has diabetes mentioned
Complete thread -- spreader
Complete thread -- spreader grafting
Complete thread -- The patient has nasal vestibular stenosis in the middle third, which would be
Complete thread -- oh, I get it now, needs commas! previous hemorrhage, with
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you! Of course, fecaliths it is.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- see if fecaliths works. an impacted bacteria doesn't make any sense to me.
Complete thread -- INR dosages FOR his left kidney? of his makes not much sense to me.
Complete thread -- faecalis versus feces? Pls see msg.
Complete thread -- because of his left kidney?
Complete thread -- me either.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. It does make sense. I had a brain infarct! lol
Complete thread -- does not make sense to me
Complete thread -- Does the word dosages make sense here?
Complete thread -- thanks you two! I just (finally) got it, slowed waaaay down "avoidance"
Complete thread -- Doncha love SR??
Complete thread -- I'd place my bet on this one.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- violence?
Complete thread -- taking a wild stab here. Relationship issues?
Complete thread -- psych consult, s/l "windless issues" (super fast dr.) pls sm
Complete thread -- 1 out of 4 otherwise -- looking like 1/4 (one-fourth)
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- ASR: The pain subsided and the patient carried on with his wife.
Complete thread -- 1/4
Complete thread -- no but thanks. It was 4-lid.
Complete thread -- forehead lift?
Complete thread -- not hearing that but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- sorry, it is one out of 4 and should I type 1 out of 4 or 1/4
Complete thread -- Thanks for the response, I understand now.
Complete thread -- lower lid?
Complete thread -- is he using aught for "0" grade 0/4??
Complete thread -- What exactly is being said? Your post is kind of confusing.
Complete thread -- i know right? patient is a 1 day old newborn baby
Complete thread -- I will mostly like recommend *s/l forthered* blepharoplasty, possible ptosis repair,
Complete thread -- DP pulse out of 4 or 1/4
Complete thread -- sure makes sense. coapt - cause to adhere sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! That's what I was thinking I'd heard/read before. : )
Complete thread -- Tell me about it!! It can get x-rated!
Complete thread -- glad you got it, I hate to google anything to do with female genitalia!
Complete thread -- Got it!! He is slurring vaginal!
Complete thread -- Not very good at op notes. Something fornix. Almost s/l Benadryl
Complete thread -- as to your first question, I think as dictated is fine. see message
Complete thread -- Yes, that must be it! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- pressors - as in vasopressors.
Complete thread -- oh brother
Complete thread -- area?
Complete thread -- doc dictates and spells curlls and renoscopy see msg
Complete thread -- Neurology note for male with headaches. One style question and one s/l as inside....
Complete thread -- pressors sm (sharing my list)
Complete thread -- Patient with sepsis on multiple high-dose "pressors" or "pressers"?
Complete thread -- fallopian tubes outside the abdomen?
Complete thread -- Cartia XT
Complete thread -- med s/l cardiex D
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- electrocautery and what would you cap fallopian tubes? No, should not be capped.
Complete thread -- but you could have it as you do too - epidural steroid injection, even though, according
Complete thread -- Please help with 1 s/l and 1 question regarding caps. thanks
Complete thread -- epidural steroid injection, even though according to Dr. xxxx,
Complete thread -- comma help, not sure where to put one or two
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- Thank you for the help and the confirmation! :)
Complete thread -- Absoultely - as in fine cut MRI
Complete thread -- Thank you-- never heard of it and he is definitely saying cuts!
Complete thread -- slice would be another term similar
Complete thread -- colonoscopy ...
Complete thread -- I have heard that used as in sequence (a cut of the anatomy)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- MRI reading-- s/l cuts? ACL was only seen on a couple of s/l cuts, but
Complete thread -- ah ha!
Complete thread -- steal
Complete thread -- s/l **steel** phenomenon (this is an ortho note and I'm not great at cardiology).
Complete thread -- I appreciate the link anyway:)
Complete thread -- is this typed correctly: 46,XX plus 8 (20) ??
Complete thread -- capsule study
Complete thread -- The patient’s CMV titers were negative during hospitalization as was his CT scan of
Complete thread -- capsule study. ? (swallow a pill (camera)
Complete thread -- Yep, guess so. thickened endometrial stripe 8 mm in 4 of the 5 subjects (9–15 mm).
Complete thread -- what is the procedure?
Complete thread -- I think doc is saying A1c.
Complete thread -- number E? Not sure what this is.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fresh maybe (since incision was left open)
Complete thread -- moist?
Complete thread -- s/l fish dressing, over chest incision not closed after CABG. thanks
Complete thread -- yes, it is. Thank you.
Complete thread -- and an unsuccessful _________ study.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- warts?
Complete thread -- s/l ? watz? s/m
Complete thread -- Osteophytic?
Complete thread -- some sore on bottom of feet that needs to be removed
Complete thread -- Will flag
Complete thread -- thanks - I left it alone.
Complete thread -- This makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. Do hear part, but he stumbles a bit. Will flag after all.
Complete thread -- Fecal fat collection is over 3 days. Maybe pt. was not able to do this, sm
Complete thread -- spot?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Cefepime possibly?
Complete thread -- maybe she just wanted the doctor to go over the medications again with her brother.
Complete thread -- esophageal? gastric?
Complete thread -- On January 14, his *part* fecal fat was negative. His C. difficile toxin also
Complete thread -- curious
Complete thread -- s/l cefadine on med list - patient has asthma, visits pain clinic
Complete thread -- being a flag-bag and movin' on...
Complete thread -- hearing an "ex" sound at the beginning though... thanx
Complete thread -- wag - securing?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- shoot, those might be diagram designations, sorry if I sent you on a goose chase.
Complete thread -- hernia repair op note blank s.m. pls and thanks.
Complete thread -- Yw!
Complete thread -- negative colonoscopy and an unsuccessful *counsel* study.
Complete thread -- s/l "coaptivity"
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- intact and it was _____ resected and under 20x magnification, the _____ was inserted
Complete thread -- I hear stimulating..
Complete thread -- dissection, the spinal cord _____ electrodes were in the midst of the incision
Complete thread -- if patient had a coil placed, coral may be coil nest (nest of coils) or neck?
Complete thread -- muscular fascia, 2-0 Vicryls *to kickstand* to approximate the muscles
Complete thread -- FUI, why would you "assume" and go with it? Not a good idea when MTing
Complete thread -- intact and it the *traz paz* was resected ... the *cartilage* was inserted between
Complete thread -- dissection, the *vocord stem* electrodes
Complete thread -- Most definitely interested. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- sure, if not "certain", I would flag it. sm
Complete thread -- s/l Crohn’s fistula ocuvera(may be aloe vera (used for this) sm
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- there is a link with above post if you are interested. (forgot to note)
Complete thread -- I did some research and it appears that 2B might be a stereotactic
Complete thread -- wav not there
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yeah will relisten. I didn't think it really made sense either
Complete thread -- FYI, I am assuming she means clobetasol
Complete thread -- doc just says clobeta and this is not verbatim acct. Would you flag?
Complete thread -- Sorry, you might want to listen again, it really doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- tnx...
Complete thread -- Yes. She has had more of them (vaginal yeast infections) recently
Complete thread -- s/l more yeast vaginitis
Complete thread -- this information is from the Covidien site, which is the
Complete thread -- Would it be the way I have it or IIB? I googled and got nothing
Complete thread -- thanks.. you're right about prozac
Complete thread -- Continue the amiodarone and (does she say prozac here?), Provigil to b ...
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted to intermediate care unit (IMC). Half normal ...
Complete thread -- WAG -- tanned? Usually developed is what goes with nourished, but otherwise
Complete thread -- secured?
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- Tried and could not hear. :o(
Complete thread -- listen for well *developed*
Complete thread -- okay will listen for those.. thank you very much
Complete thread -- 1st: obtundation 2nd: was found to be in atrial fibrillation.... (dont' think she s.m.
Complete thread -- s/l well done and nourished
Complete thread -- LMA placed and *tube was cured* and the spinal cord stimulator/generator incision was
Complete thread -- actually, that says Polysorb OR Surgidac, size 2-0 or 0
Complete thread -- help PLEASE... mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Thank you - appreciate it!
Complete thread -- Advanced Beneficiary Notice (a Medicare waiver)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The *caught on fine* was also approximated using a 7-0 Prolene
Complete thread -- perhaps double-stranded
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Will try that.
Complete thread -- oops hit enter before I was finished..a variant spelling of
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster's Collegiate 11th edition shows premie is a variant spelling of
Complete thread -- placed. Is no longer on Plavix. is what I hear
Complete thread -- minimal??
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- yeah, thanks. I will flag.
Complete thread -- s/l ABN?
Complete thread -- yup intravascular ultrasound (IVUS)
Complete thread -- f/u with great _____? seems to be name of a clinic or imaging place
Complete thread -- Yes, know what that means. :o)
Complete thread -- *mental community ambulator*
Complete thread -- Got it!
Complete thread -- Cardiology question
Complete thread -- preemie
Complete thread -- near means the one that is closer, it makes sense
Complete thread -- Hemate P?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Duh!
Complete thread -- Oops. Sorry. I think I posted over your wav.
Complete thread -- is it preemie or premie?
Complete thread -- and the *near one* was sewn with a double-headed
Complete thread -- med for von Willebrand's in a 2-yo: s/l Humate 8 ?
Complete thread -- that the cephalic vein was not ____. The two
Complete thread -- ampicillin and gentamycin
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- patient received *amp and gents* prior to coming
Complete thread -- s/l Crohn's fistula ocuvera sm
Complete thread -- Great idea - tried but don't hear that and unfortunately have coral nest stuck
Complete thread -- Can you by chance hear cavernous sinus?
Complete thread -- Probably goes along with "cerebral aneurysm, status post [____]. "
Complete thread -- CT scan of the head shows no acute intracranial abnormality, high density
Complete thread -- good but would listen for hemangioma not just angioma (my daughter had one on forehead)
Complete thread -- Oh found Ellman unit.
Complete thread -- The angioma on his forehead was cauterized using the s/l *almond* unit.
Complete thread -- yes that is possible
Complete thread -- I think it is not all caps because it isn't an acronym and the "com" part is --sm
Complete thread -- Sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- just to let you know, at least one reader understood your post immediately.
Complete thread -- According to Stedman's, it's Pcom. (don't know why though)
Complete thread -- status post clipping of right PCA aneurysm. Evidence of contralateral right
Complete thread -- correct, the uterus was described in millimeters instead of centimeters,
Complete thread -- So you're saying the uterus measurements are off?
Complete thread -- Did you check to see what that is used for? Doesn't fit with history...
Complete thread -- Finally got it, Sandostatin.
Complete thread -- Elderly female w/hypoglycemia. Initial blood sugar 44.
Complete thread -- I think because +sm is right in the fact that the sentence doesn't mak ...
Complete thread -- here was the link information
Complete thread -- seriously...read the original question and check the uterus measurement.
Complete thread -- A s/l biogram patch and sterile dressing were placed at the end.
Complete thread -- Lasix is a diuretic. Wondering if that's being used or maybe diuresis, but I can't
Complete thread -- Could he be jumbling his words and mean Lasix to get diuresed?
Complete thread -- Seriously? A 9 mm stripe is normal for a lot of women, especially during
Complete thread -- I wasn't worried about it, just love to laugh at myself!...but on this board...:P)
Complete thread -- I would focus on his hyponatremia first. Because I believe he has per ...
Complete thread -- Don't even think about it, doesn't matter at all.
Complete thread -- That says Polysorb suture size 2-0 or 0, not Surgidac and the SURGIDAC website has no such
Complete thread -- as demonstrated by my inability to spell it LOL
Complete thread -- I certainly hope so. 2.54 cm = 1 inch. Ovary is about the size of an almond.
Complete thread -- nothing 9 mm will fit in something that is 6.6 x 3.4 x 3.4 mm
Complete thread -- Also, OP, you don't need that comma.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- google interval appendectomy...LOTS of hits and it is pretty specific.
Complete thread -- I'm usually wrong with grammer, so I must have interpreted this google hit wrong.
Complete thread -- some time
Complete thread -- one word
Complete thread -- An endometrial stripe is the THICKNESS, not length, so yes you can
Complete thread -- thanks, could be
Complete thread -- could be interval, but sm..
Complete thread -- sometime, some time?
Complete thread -- I would expand it out as I don't something like that belongs in a medical
Complete thread -- thought so. thanks for confirmation poi
Complete thread -- thanks poi AND thanks Q - gonna mark this site for future use!!
Complete thread -- ASAP
Complete thread -- interval?
Complete thread -- no acct specs. would you cap asap or a.s.a.p. or ASAP or A.S.A.P.? sm
Complete thread -- any chance it is "interval," meaning "interim"?
Complete thread -- it is weighted speculum!
Complete thread -- Graves?
Complete thread -- vaginal?
Complete thread -- "integral" laparoscopic appendectomy
Complete thread -- s/l a wave speculum was placed and anterior lip of cervix was grasped with tenaculum.
Complete thread -- uterine cavity length?
Complete thread -- which gave a cavity ....
Complete thread -- the uterus sounded to 7.5 cm, cervical length 3cm, __cavity length 4.5 cm.
Complete thread -- ...she ended up seeing ENT and was found to have...
Complete thread -- The patient had dizziness, room spinning sensations and seeing black spots. She ended
Complete thread -- Thought you might be interested even tho poi has already
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- would you put unfortunately between 2 commas to set it apart from sentence
Complete thread -- thanks! great explanation too!
Complete thread -- AviTracks?
Complete thread -- yes, because the clause starting with which answers the which question.
Complete thread -- is a comma needed b4 which?
Complete thread -- LOL...you certainly can't have an endometrial stripe of 9 mm in a uterus 3.4 mm wide.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- here is an example of a 45 year old I typed today.
Complete thread -- I just googled uterus measurements and there is one link with uterus and ovary measurement
Complete thread -- well, I do, except for the cyst.
Complete thread -- No, a 45-yo woman. that's what I thought. Pls. see post below for uterus measurements also
Complete thread -- I never edit if clearly stated, but I would certainly flag that.
Complete thread -- you think they're centimeters?
Complete thread -- is this a child? If not, those ovaries are awful small.
Complete thread -- Right ovary is 2.7 x 1.5 x 2.3 mm, left ovary is 2.4 x 1.9 x 1.7 mm with a 9-mm cyst
Complete thread -- See msg. Should I edit uterus measurings to cm?
Complete thread -- Lab Eval: I did review his labs and ________. ...
Complete thread -- He's very backwards. That's it. Thank you LiliK.
Complete thread -- cefazolin, I think, but the wording seems backwards. Staph is resistant to antibiotics...
Complete thread -- staph aureus is the last word.
Complete thread -- 5 per high powered field (nm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I&D. s/l Savaslin was resistant to the s/l staphoris so I am going to switch her
Complete thread -- moderator band
Complete thread -- this information and link seem to indicate it does come in 0 and 2-0
Complete thread -- s/l moderia band
Complete thread -- never mind, it's Icar-C.. tnx anyway!
Complete thread -- drug that s/l "ice carsy" liquid??
Complete thread -- he is talking about the skin..so
Complete thread -- cancer treatment
Complete thread -- We do know that there is no size 0 Surgidac suture though
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- from my notes - TIVA - total intravenous anesthesia sm
Complete thread -- Can see full list of meds in s/l "e cappy" - some kind of records system?
Complete thread -- just about to give up but found it-Rowasa (enema)
Complete thread -- just proofing now and this is the sentence and it makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- VSL#3 has been the subject of extensive clinical research in the dietary management of ...
Complete thread -- Sjogren's?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- ulcerative colitis med
Complete thread -- We really don't know that either.
Complete thread -- ribs?
Complete thread -- My eyes! My ears! Why all the screaming?
Complete thread -- Must be, thanks.
Complete thread -- No fracture. Sorry, it's an elderly woman with altered mental status.
Complete thread -- tibs being slang for tibialis region/area maybe?
Complete thread -- Does the patient have a fracture? If so, where?
Complete thread -- Surgidac only comes in 6-0, 5-0, and 4-0, so I believe 5-0 is what
Complete thread -- Yes, it's either one, but I don't know which. :)
Complete thread -- No, not ESL. Thanks
Complete thread -- Skin tenting in the anterior "tibs"
Complete thread -- possibly five 0 sutures or 0 sutures x5?
Complete thread -- Is he/she ESL? I agree 5-0 then.
Complete thread -- love that s/l!! :P
Complete thread -- 5-0?
Complete thread -- Using "five times zero" Surgidac sutures
Complete thread -- oops, that would be surprised !
Complete thread -- I wouldn't be suprrised if he is saying things "wrong." I'm going to leave blanks
Complete thread -- BD Vacutainer®
Complete thread -- superimposed? (just a suggestion)
Complete thread -- hmmm, I hear summation pretty clearly, three syllables.
Complete thread -- I hear something that I can't make out before prost, maybe rib?, but prost is clear.
Complete thread -- prost=mass? (would make sense as mass actually represents
Complete thread -- summation density=superimposition density?
Complete thread -- is your s/l "something prost" or just "prost"?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- gosh, I can't type today, "Usually hear that term..."
Complete thread -- never mind, figured it out, thanks anyway :)
Complete thread -- usually in that term in relationship to breast tissue, but some
Complete thread -- He clearly says container, mentioned 3 times in the report ...
Complete thread -- Muscil?
Complete thread -- fibrocystic change?
Complete thread -- I have Vacutainer. See link
Complete thread -- found it....takayasu arteritis...thanks
Complete thread -- s/l....tuck-a-ass-who-art-e-rite-us...sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input! I'll go back and listen for level, just in case. (ESL)
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray impression: left posterior s/l prost
Complete thread -- I've only heard sensory level, but line could make sense.
Complete thread -- Vac-u container or VACU container
Complete thread -- Male with multiple sclerosis. On sensation exam: He has a *sensory line* at T6.
Complete thread -- Got it!! EMB is endometrial biopsy:)
Complete thread -- 2. BIOPSY OF RIGHT GINGIVAL DENTAL ALVEOLAR REGION OF THE ORAL CAVITY.
Complete thread -- Patient in for hysterectomy.
Complete thread -- decided to go with t&a because the patient also has sleep apnea
Complete thread -- Guillain–Barré (syndrome)
Complete thread -- There's no "history" of anything there, however, just things. SO T&A would be much
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- explain and coming...
Complete thread -- I'd say T and A are way common. TNA is not.
Complete thread -- patient has headaches and dizziness, probably not enough to validate
Complete thread -- Depending on whether there was any context to validate TNA
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I'll have to flag.
Complete thread -- tna would be transient neurologic attack. t&a is tonsil and adenoidectomy. problme with
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, I thought you were the OP.
Complete thread -- I agree, was just trying to expaining why one might *hear* TNA, the N sound comeing from
Complete thread -- but you would not put TNA in a report...as the abbreviation is T&A or T and A,
Complete thread -- tonsils aNd adenoids (say it fast)
Complete thread -- not trying to sound rude, but what would TNA even be?
Complete thread -- T and A tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy.
Complete thread -- In pmh of a 7-year-old s/l TNA or T&A (2010). sounds more like tna, is that possible?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I knew it would be something so easy! Thanks again to all!
Complete thread -- Froment sign (Stedman's)
Complete thread -- I listened again, and I do not hear that, though...more like Roman!
Complete thread -- Thank you! I am sure that is what is it. I looked all over. Where did you find it?
Complete thread -- That's what I thought it sounded like, but Homan is for DVT in the leg, right?
Complete thread -- oops, read that again. SM
Complete thread -- It was adhesion, thanks.
Complete thread -- Homans
Complete thread -- Orthopedic sign for hand...please see message. Thanks!
Complete thread -- was an adhesion?
Complete thread -- s/l "ma-tee-zun" between the septum and the middle turbinate
Complete thread -- OIC, but as I said, I am not the OP:)
Complete thread -- joint space is preserved?
Complete thread -- questioning P3. I haven't heard that in relationship to fingers PIP?
Complete thread -- compressed?
Complete thread -- Joint space is s/l **congress**. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- thanks poi!
Complete thread -- Interesting. TYVM. I guess he could be reading that. :-)
Complete thread -- I'm showing you it is trademarked.
Complete thread -- oops...NECK: Supple. SKIN: She has____ ??
Complete thread -- NECK:
Complete thread -- trademark link upper left on this page - Polysorb
Complete thread -- I don't get this answer...not OP
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- help with suture name. s/l polysorb. would u cap this?
Complete thread -- ?Found the following on Wikipedia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- proceeded with (making assumption)
Complete thread -- HEENT: Atraumatic, normocephalic. Mucous membranes are moist. Neck i ...
Complete thread -- I would place a period after clot.
Complete thread -- it measures
Complete thread -- psych report - anyone know what an October Journal is? "Patient spends his days
Complete thread -- spontaneous abortion ultrasound
Complete thread -- I would use neural compression
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you very much.. just wanted to make sure
Complete thread -- neurocompression or neural compression?
Complete thread -- introduced in the uterine cavity and _______ visualization
Complete thread -- This was offered as explanation, not suggestion to change it. Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- I think she is saying tibial eminence.
Complete thread -- your doctor must be reading a report. The radiologist commented on...
Complete thread -- Suction dilatation and curettage?
Complete thread -- Negative MRI of knee with exception of bone marrow edema s/l to the laminate.
Complete thread -- CT scan.. see below
Complete thread -- s/l freshened dilatation and curettage.
Complete thread -- think he is saying same as on schedule--the patient is on par (golf term)
Complete thread -- Yes, sure would just as nm shows it.
Complete thread -- Once again, from a cardiac standpoint, as noted above, I
Complete thread -- cap Denver... Did the doctor give those letters, as in initials?
Complete thread -- enter par into onelook above and see what you get
Complete thread -- i reviewed the denver developmental scale today and she is on s/l PAR in all categora
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- punctuation
Complete thread -- Going to flag. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- how to find for next time? Google.com + ultrasound breast and your phrase/word
Complete thread -- No definitely not lisinopril
Complete thread -- hyperechoicity
Complete thread -- lisinopril??????
Complete thread -- used for Roux-en-Y revision surgery
Complete thread -- check out this link...ROSE - restorative obesity surgery
Complete thread -- s/l fabenovil
Complete thread -- is he abbreviating Roux?
Complete thread -- rows? would say flag
Complete thread -- thank you!! Everyone was so helpful. I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help - I listened closer for transmission and heard through transmission!
Complete thread -- a neurologist talkign about weights adn heights, i would have assumed 25th also but i cann
Complete thread -- Needs punctuation: On the right kidney, both in the" and then comma sm
Complete thread -- #2 fetal lobulation
Complete thread -- #1 echo transmission?
Complete thread -- Small gastric ulcer adjacent to _____suture anchor.
Complete thread -- Could it be erosive?
Complete thread -- Renal ultrasound help please.
Complete thread -- Take out the "a" in front of chronic aspiration.
Complete thread -- CONTEXT would help here
Complete thread -- OMG! just sent it in flagged, I bet that was it. thanks both
Complete thread -- obstructive sleep apnea ??
Complete thread -- usually 25th to 50th. Maybe 10 to 50th? Although that is still a big range.
Complete thread -- maybe sleep apnea is in there somewhere (epin-A could be apnea) if patient is on CPAP
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks! Appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- is it normal to say 2 to 50th percentile? talking about weight, height etc.
Complete thread -- Your s/l makes sense, he's just make up a word using hyperechoic.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- No. If you say he definitely isn't saying that, I would not assume.
Complete thread -- That may be the correct term, but it is definitely not what he is saying. Would you
Complete thread -- s/l "observes veepee epin-ay." plse sm for context
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- hyperechogenicity
Complete thread -- Breast ultrasound - hypoechoity? hyperechoity?
Complete thread -- separate with commas or (), makes sense, similar to the patient cannot elaborate
Complete thread -- s/l "rose" suture anchor
Complete thread -- Np:)
Complete thread -- Alimta
Complete thread -- was on radiation treatment *although the patient cannot qualify* presenting
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- dx: lung adenocarcinoma and neck adenopathy. *Lilimta*
Complete thread -- Nope I just can't hear that. Gonna flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. that makes sense ...
Complete thread -- yes, easier to remove.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- polyp *base was raised *
Complete thread -- Serzone?
Complete thread -- Your welcome!
Complete thread -- Betadine
Complete thread -- wound care
Complete thread -- thank you! That's it! Good ears! :)
Complete thread -- resolved??
Complete thread -- Furosemide 20 mg on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, *S/L serazine 1 tab ...
Complete thread -- Strengths maybe?
Complete thread -- status post Lasix, and constipation ____
Complete thread -- Psychiatric case history: "x's s/l strans include that he is academically interested
Complete thread -- check Search box, top left. great way to save time.
Complete thread -- anyone know what TIVA stands for?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- germane
Complete thread -- brought with him many records which are *jermaid* for his case
Complete thread -- smelling??
Complete thread -- reeking?
Complete thread -- s/l ? rettling ? s/m
Complete thread -- Thanks for the verification!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- gland or glands?
Complete thread -- DUH!!! I just talked myself into the answer.... gland, glands. Agree?
Complete thread -- Hmm, now I'm thinking he's saying this...
Complete thread -- Pt seen in endocrine clinic with primary hyperparathyroidism. A few s/l inside...
Complete thread -- That is it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- maybe the word "area" is in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- someone suggested below Conjunctivae and sclerae without injection?
Complete thread -- LOL!! My first good laugh of the day. Thanks:)
Complete thread -- ENT: PERRLA: s/l "Conjunctive un-flaro" without injection...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 4-strand
Complete thread -- purse-string?
Complete thread -- 0 FiberWire in *horse strand* cruciate fashion
Complete thread -- AAMT BoS 2nd Edition give you a good test..if you can replace
Complete thread -- Ah thank you both!! That is it!!
Complete thread -- that is right serial
Complete thread -- serial troponin?
Complete thread -- What is the link for lab tests? This same horrible ESL is saying what
Complete thread -- Maybe terbutaline?
Complete thread -- Chem 6?
Complete thread -- I bet that is it. This is one awful ESL! LOL!! Thanks!
Complete thread -- chemistries/chemistry?
Complete thread -- My blank s/l cammy cyst
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- turbinates?
Complete thread -- turbinates
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I mean flag
Complete thread -- I will flap guys. Thank you
Complete thread -- I found TURB (transurethral resection of bladder) TURBT =....tumor
Complete thread -- ENT: PERRLA:
Complete thread -- It is clearly *moving.* Ty
Complete thread -- did he say "moving" or "visiting" ?
Complete thread -- gotcha.
Complete thread -- I decided to use. There are Allis forceps (not only clamp) that could be used. Thanks
Complete thread -- Please see wav for a place in Texas.
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- it was mine
Complete thread -- monilia and you posted over someone else's wav....
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- She notes a recent ________ infection currently
Complete thread -- placed in the vagina. Using *s/l Allis* for manipulator... Correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- That is all I could think of also.
Complete thread -- flexion to 125 degrees. He shows stable *go mass* testing.
Complete thread -- continued to close the _____ peritoneum
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pt is six weeks postop above-noted surgery. MS Word wants to make weeks possessive.
Complete thread -- med spells Guptein but cannot document
Complete thread -- ignore those, shortcut booboo
Complete thread -- with a rubber shunt attached to it? (wav cuts off at 2nd blank, but "we grabbed the old
Complete thread -- Patient with pregnancy induced hypertension
Complete thread -- hcv rna quantification
Complete thread -- found it! ATS (American Thoracic Society)
Complete thread -- hcv Redington Neurology
Complete thread -- hcv Redington Neurology
Complete thread -- hcv Redington Neurology
Complete thread -- HCV genotype
Complete thread -- PT/INR
Complete thread -- end with a piece of catheter _____ attached to it. We then removed the _____
Complete thread -- Apley's?
Complete thread -- McMurray test, *Bailey's* compression distraction test,
Complete thread -- wonder if doc is reading list provided by patient and patient doesn't know what s.m.
Complete thread -- Context
Complete thread -- never mind, i sent it in. thanks, the first wav was there so long and the query above ha
Complete thread -- and you need to give us that long list of medical history. see Rules, top right.
Complete thread -- med
Complete thread -- PP, INR, alpha-fetoprotein, ACDG genotype and ACD RNA quantification, psaR.
Complete thread -- hearing it clearly now, thanks
Complete thread -- I can only find info on M. tuberculosis and APS reductase, nothing about a standard though
Complete thread -- you posted the second wav so I only heard it 1 time. if you wann repost, I'll relisten
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that is what i guess but i cannot hear it
Complete thread -- "taking classes for home dialysis" is what I hear
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- AFOS (anterior fontanelle open and soft)
Complete thread -- coming in with his case worker?
Complete thread -- same doctor same patient
Complete thread -- tuberculosis and s/l APS standards.
Complete thread -- what is "foca"?? see link
Complete thread -- I can flag but thanx for the "Johns" ...
Complete thread -- I saw ____, who is a 7-month-old boy, coming in here with his ex____. He has
Complete thread -- where she had resection
Complete thread -- Foca prosthesis or focal prosthesis
Complete thread -- He had sent copies of her records to John Hopkins Neurology Department ...
Complete thread -- Thanks! It's actually quite clear to me now, don't know why I missed that!
Complete thread -- or observation
Complete thread -- wav help, same patient - resection, needle biopsy, or _________.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will flag.
Complete thread -- yes, doesnt make sense unless it's "was negative other than perhaps..."
Complete thread -- Thanks! I am also questioning "negative for perhaps some sinus inflammation"?
Complete thread -- lymph nodes that were of indeterminate etiology...
Complete thread -- This PET scan shows no evidence of activity in this right upper lobe n ...
Complete thread -- context - pulmonary doctor reporting on findings of a PET scan for
Complete thread -- wav help. the sentence doesn't make sense to me, maybe I am mishearing something
Complete thread -- As a ready check in such sentences, simply substitute the personal pronoun “he/him” or “sh
Complete thread -- whom we diagnosed.
Complete thread -- who/whom
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- http://www.onelook.com/?w=*mab&first=101
Complete thread -- rituximab??? Got any clues there
Complete thread -- I'm guessing it is a chemotherapy drug? maybe this link will help
Complete thread -- what is this even for. There are many 'mab medications.
Complete thread -- _______zamab. ...
Complete thread -- I think it's joint laxity
Complete thread -- He has a "loster" occlusion in the left eye
Complete thread -- thanks nm. I cannot confirm valve either. Thanks for the help though.
Complete thread -- dysphagia matches your s/l, but can't confirm with valve.
Complete thread -- Use the wonderful, free dictionary resources available above at the
Complete thread -- s/l dys-phas-i-a valve
Complete thread -- she. If Dr. XX wasn't in the sentence, you'd use "she," right? :-)
Complete thread -- her or she?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- figured that one out without listening.
Complete thread -- Attention
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Complete thread -- __________was then turned to the ovaries. ...
Complete thread -- Will use that then. Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- please read the question.
Complete thread -- Conjunctivae (PLURAL)and sclerae without injection.
Complete thread -- en bloc (en bläk′; Fr än blō̂k′). in a mass; as a whole; all together. Origin:
Complete thread -- kinda wordy, but prob. okay. By "She" I assume, PT detected gait abnormalities?
Complete thread -- found this Rowton retractor (but not the "6") sm & Link
Complete thread -- I meant not *on*.
Complete thread -- I usually hear the *en* bloc as in *hen* pronounced not *in*.
Complete thread -- in pathology I believe it is referred to as block sm
Complete thread -- bold it, i guess. not sure.
Complete thread -- that's now "en bloc" is pronounced.
Complete thread -- a guess since can't hear it - flare (as in flare or cell) sm
Complete thread -- see msg. He did clearly not say *en bloc*, but *on*. Spelled correct this way?
Complete thread -- DuoNeb Generic Name: albuterol and ipratropium. neb(ulizer) med (medication)
Complete thread -- ENT: PERRLA: s/l "Conjunctive un-flaro" without injection...
Complete thread -- Wow. Never thought of that. I actually just thought of *interstices*, but that wasn't it.
Complete thread -- PT
Complete thread -- WAG - tarsus
Complete thread -- Never heard nor can find a PTI? You changed the letters on ABC to ACD??? I
Complete thread -- Never heard nor can find a PTI? You changed the letters on ABC to ACD??? I
Complete thread -- thanks for the help
Complete thread -- s/l ? arthritic chain ? s/m
Complete thread -- pls check wav and message. Thank you!
Complete thread -- commutes here (leave out the "on), second blank is probably "in-serviced"
Complete thread -- please help. :-)
Complete thread -- Okay I got it. Abdominal perineal resection. He just draws it out really slow.
Complete thread -- and I can hear bowel _____ resection
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- abdominal ..... neural resection. Can't determine the word before that.
Complete thread -- During craniotomy, used s/l Rowton 6 and performed microdissection.
Complete thread -- Reposted. Thanks for any help.
Complete thread -- alpha-fetoprotein, ACDG genotype and ACD RNA quantification, *P S A R*.
Complete thread -- No, I already delete mine, hoping yours is there. Just post yours again. I will do mine
Complete thread -- Just see if someone can answer your WAV now and I will post again.
Complete thread -- Alright. Truly sorry about this. Would you post your wav again?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- There can only be one WAV and one mp3 at a time. You need
Complete thread -- Wait until they get an answer to post your question
Complete thread -- Sorry. What do I do so as not to delete other people's wavs?
Complete thread -- Thanks for deleting my WAV!
Complete thread -- Pls see wav and message. Could the word be *tissues?* Thanks
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: Abdominal _____ resection on 05/25/2010.
Complete thread -- no way to know. Maybe he meant none damaged or just none palpable. I'd flag
Complete thread -- sl/ **tendons** Think he could have mistakenly said this and meant
Complete thread -- A, B, C (hepatitis A or B or C)...
Complete thread -- Pls see message. Thank you
Complete thread -- I'd just add, "or" even skin cancer.
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=hepatitis+%22viral+response%22+&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=
Complete thread -- and ABC RNA quantification, *P S E R*
Complete thread -- She is unclear if she sustained a *viral* response.
Complete thread -- I think it should be spiculation though, really.
Complete thread -- Thank you, a new doc never typed before.
Complete thread -- Yes, it's spiculization. :)
Complete thread -- Are you wanting to know what spiculization is?
Complete thread -- No, I did not. Thanks for answering. I checked books/google. New here. nm
Complete thread -- Can't document anywhere? Did you try archives here? Yes, slang
Complete thread -- Hiding my head in shame. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Podiatrist doc..No signs of bony Sl**spiculization* or bone debris were noted
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- patient rec'd Duoneb secondary to "med neb." Slang? Can't document anywhere. Thank u!
Complete thread -- EG = external genitalia. BUS = Bartholin, urethral, and Skene (glands)
Complete thread -- EG = external genitalia. BUS = Bartholin, urethral, and Skene (glands)
Complete thread -- Routine exam: Pelvic: s/l egbus benign.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- nonthymomatous myasthenia gravis
Complete thread -- past medical history is significant for s/l nonphimodous? generalized myasthenia grav
Complete thread -- I'm going to blank it, there are a couple of other inaudible areas anyway Thx
Complete thread -- Because it is not a physical finding of Head, eyes, ears, nose, or throat. It is in simple
Complete thread -- It's LOSE, not LOOSE! Geez!!!!
Complete thread -- I'm actually thinking it's the rolling track they use to unload stuff from trucks (I used
Complete thread -- maybe something like next flex? sm on a job description
Complete thread -- why couldn't it fit under HEENT? it is a voice sound made when auscultating lungs
Complete thread -- s/l "nexiflex" please sm
Complete thread -- thanks will relisten
Complete thread -- At least that is what you THINK she is telling you, lol.
Complete thread -- mivacurium
Complete thread -- there are a handful of *curonium drugs. check those
Complete thread -- The patient was sedated with SL mecurdium
Complete thread -- That's good and all, but it pays to understand what they're talking about. Just
Complete thread -- going by what NP is telling me. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Occasional facial grimace
Complete thread -- Egophony??? Usually that's under Lungs/respiratory, not HEENT? facial grimacing in
Complete thread -- HEENT: some facial expression?
Complete thread -- I would, or at least correct it, no matter if "he said it correctly"
Complete thread -- changes are, not changes is
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Many thanks! :)
Complete thread -- archives
Complete thread -- Patient with breast abscesses, given "LET" cream prior to ultrasound.
Complete thread -- wouldn't you flag that as an obvious dictation error?
Complete thread -- mitral?
Complete thread -- I would right atrium mildly dilated. Right ventricle mildly dilated.
Complete thread -- never mind. he answered it for me in summary. Biatrial mitral and ventricle enlargement.
Complete thread -- okay, feeling kind of stupid. echocardiogram...please sm
Complete thread -- broaden
Complete thread -- s/l "warn" her antibiotics to Zosyn.
Complete thread -- Don't think so
Complete thread -- fluocinolone?
Complete thread -- Yes, if he had said it correctly. ;)
Complete thread -- Got it - it was just ointment, thanks.
Complete thread -- Webril?
Complete thread -- total WAG, but could it be something like high/low ??? vasodilators
Complete thread -- not sure about white meal, but wouldn't the testicle have been delivered back into the
Complete thread -- Medication S/L
Complete thread -- s/l "white meal" was applied to the incision and scrotal support was applied
Complete thread -- Tischler
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help, I thought it was recession also, but...
Complete thread -- Why can't they simply say there are no guarantees, just like they have forever!
Complete thread -- I think he is thinking of assuredly, which does not work here. There is assurance.
Complete thread -- pls help with cardio note. s/l hilovasodilator? see message
Complete thread -- GYN - s/l "hishler" colposcopic biopsy
Complete thread -- IOW, there is no assurance that....
Complete thread -- Well I did find 1 entry in one look, but aside from that
Complete thread -- maybe he is just saying surety?
Complete thread -- md making up word?
Complete thread -- 6-French 26 cm left ureteral stent.
Complete thread -- What you have looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- Style question. I was taught to use hyphen for French sizes but not for
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- WOW learn something new every day here!
Complete thread -- well, if an- means without. and orgasmic = having one, then anorgasmic should work
Complete thread -- Can you hear anorgasmic?
Complete thread -- Anorgasmia - Anorgasmic sm
Complete thread -- Docism, making the abstracts, etc., even had one google dictionary with a definition..
Complete thread -- OB/GYN term meaning without orgasm, but s/l "angrigasmic"
Complete thread -- dorso-combining form denoting relationship to dorsum or to the back.
Complete thread -- cannot document this word. is it even a word? onelook only has 1 entry and that is
Complete thread -- oh stop, same poster as the other day with this !!!!! stuff eadh post. Just move one then.
Complete thread -- or, previous blood cultures 2-9 ?
Complete thread -- no like s/l but maybe central venous blood cultures,compared w/peripheral blood culture
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- lie, lay, lain” to recline -lay, laid, laid” to place or put down.
Complete thread -- Well, that is nowhere near enough info but it sounds like "of interest,"
Complete thread -- remained _____ with speech pressure
Complete thread -- [s/l: Adventrous or ventrous] blood cultures taken on February 9th.
Complete thread -- You just need to drop the commas before the secondary
Complete thread -- NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! Please don't believe this! (I know I'm too late...)
Complete thread -- wouldn't be the first or the last that didn't do either of those things, but
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS)
Complete thread -- systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS)
Complete thread -- Hate to tell you, you need to check the DNU list and understand it before you go spouting
Complete thread -- Pt is female. Sorry, I should have stated that.
Complete thread -- Please do NOT help this person!! She never comes back to let us know and
Complete thread -- No, they do not. An account can choose to totally ignore JC. And many do.
Complete thread -- male or female patient? ovarian cysts?
Complete thread -- Pt admitted with shingles on the abdomen. sm for CT results
Complete thread -- Don't ya love that when they don't give you a spelling...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- but, with a cap Trilipex (but don't guess)
Complete thread -- s/l "fill-a-pex" (maybe s/l "sola-tex") may be trilipix 45 mg?
Complete thread -- another link
Complete thread -- Unless the patient had the aneurysm after or as a result of the clipping,
Complete thread -- found this recession clamp sm
Complete thread -- hmm didn't indicate, but maybe a brain aneursym (coils used)
Complete thread -- Help please with surgical report on eye, very unfamiliar... sm
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- That's it--it just came back from QA with a note that it's "fluoro". Unfortunately, the
Complete thread -- Doctor name. Dr. Fred s/l Di-nan-ni in PA. A surgeon. Having no luck at all.
Complete thread -- s/l "fill-a-pex" (maybe s/l "sola-tex") 45 mg daily. Long list of discharge meds
Complete thread -- I agree, NOTHING trumps account specs.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and I do JCAH and get caught and loose my job. You finding me a new one?
Complete thread -- removal of either the sutures _____ necessary mesh
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- hate to tell y'all, but the JCAH puts out that list and they trump acct specifics
Complete thread -- no comma before "status post clipping, preoperative transverse"
Complete thread -- thanks, but have to follow account specifics on this one.
Complete thread -- q should be changed to every to avoid errors in dosing; google for dangerous drugs chart
Complete thread -- Right vertebral artery aneurysm, status post clipping, _____ transverse sinus t
Complete thread -- Nevermind - Chaldean
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Try spelling it Goretex and google
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- with a wire _____ tube -- can't catch what kind of tube tho'
Complete thread -- Here how I remember it. People lie around and things lay around. So lying in this case.
Complete thread -- For laser surgery, consultants and ASA members strongly agree that las ...
Complete thread -- abdominal wall to the mesh which looked like a *gortex* mesh.
Complete thread -- Prazosin is the medication I was looking for.
Complete thread -- what is wrong with 10 q (every) day?
Complete thread -- I know u are tired of this question, but...
Complete thread -- SIR coming up more often (in dictation & board)sm
Complete thread -- wire wrapped tube to protect the tube?
Complete thread -- yes as it is modifying adenocarcinoma
Complete thread -- proceeded with a -- will listen again
Complete thread -- pure guess, may mean floor (2-floor)designation (separating viral pt maybe?)
Complete thread -- moderately- to poorly-differentiated - hypenate?
Complete thread -- CK OUT DOSAGE of Zetia. Should be b.i.d. and q. or every day.
Complete thread -- Yes, he spells out SIRS, and it makes sense medically than SARS does.
Complete thread -- per BoS version 2 - Spell out fractional measurements that are less than one when they do
Complete thread -- ___ s/l grace-e-son as a medication
Complete thread -- endotracheal anesthesia with a _____ laser protected tube
Complete thread -- No idea on s/l, but are you sure it is SIRS rather than SARS?
Complete thread -- One can also here a "blush" (a bit contrast left behind)
Complete thread -- Would suggest period after renal failure; then new sentence. sm
Complete thread -- puff of contrast medium sm
Complete thread -- I would spell them out two-thirds to three-fourths.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Ptn started on s/l "two-floor" and Tamiflu at the SNF.
Complete thread -- 2/3 to 3/4 - is this right?
Complete thread -- sl "Keldian" descent
Complete thread -- I bet that is it. He is pretty young and already in a nursing home. Thanks pf.
Complete thread -- found it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- multiple scerlosis, MS?
Complete thread -- s/l has am-mas disease
Complete thread -- I had this issue recently and found that when I clicked on Spelling and (s/m)
Complete thread -- 17-18
Complete thread -- I thought that was a great suggestion, maybe just fluoro?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, poi!
Complete thread -- MW technical help, if anyone experienced this
Complete thread -- commensurate
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying but I can't hear that.
Complete thread -- commensurate?
Complete thread -- I just listened again and it's not fluoroscopy. He does not say what artery it is.
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav regarding post below. Thank you
Complete thread -- He states that since age 17, 18, he was told... Punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- I got Rusch but still struck with obturator
Complete thread -- The wound was dressed with xeroform, 4 x 4’s and*A D D* pad and sterile cast
Complete thread -- Hepatic steatosis, likely *commence-red* to the patient's morbidly obese body habitus
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot, imo-poi!
Complete thread -- I did listen (several times). It sounds like he is saying "previous ectomies".
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- see link...for this carotid artery stenting they verify with fluoroscopy...
Complete thread -- There is Lumigan eye drops?
Complete thread -- Leusch?
Complete thread -- Thanks but I got it. He is referring to a lesion not a drug Sorry. ...
Complete thread -- Medication S/L
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- s/l*Rosch obturator
Complete thread -- Cancer drug treatment
Complete thread -- flowmetry?
Complete thread -- ??fluoroscopy??
Complete thread -- I think the second one is stent and coiling, but I'm still stuck on the first.
Complete thread -- She had a stent coil for a large aneurysm.
Complete thread -- type of procedure?
Complete thread -- Maybe plain "gut"?
Complete thread -- gut
Complete thread -- Vasectomy came to my mind, but it is a female. (Forgot to mention)
Complete thread -- #5-0 s/l **plain dot** suture (not in Stedmans, Google or archives)
Complete thread -- regardless of how he pronounces it, I would give him
Complete thread -- Scratch hysterectomy as a guess.. I cant get it though. Maybe someone else can.
Complete thread -- Hard to say...sometimes they put two with an overlap (and
Complete thread -- I posted the wav. Pls. listen. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I dont think so, but thanks. I should have added that it is the pre and postop
Complete thread -- Hysterectomy comes to mind.
Complete thread -- Fimbriae of uterine tube - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In the fem ...
Complete thread -- Chlorzoxazone ? its for muscle spasm and pain.
Complete thread -- Previous *sectomy* with an A&P repair. Perhaps *previous* is another word?
Complete thread -- 2 blanks in this sentence. We did do a quick *s/l flow artery* that showed that her
Complete thread -- Please read posting rules.
Complete thread -- Gynecology
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sequela or sequlae? I think I am hearing "a" on the end. sm please
Complete thread -- through or to the proximal stent. see below for info.
Complete thread -- s/l chlorazactaderm ? s/m
Complete thread -- maybe "H artery" referred to his hepatic artery..see link 2 C what U think
Complete thread -- It does not s/l family. I tried to hear that. Anyone with any clues?
Complete thread -- Googling found site that describes for patient how
Complete thread -- She is having a tubal ligation. Hmmmm..... I will keep listening, that might be a clue!
Complete thread -- Op: C-section. Postop dx: 3. Completed "fimu" status.
Complete thread -- Remnants removed with "gallstone spoon".
Complete thread -- cystic artery and the transverse artery AKA, the *H* artery.
Complete thread -- Maybe not when seeing it or hearing running water, but upon hearing it or seeing it flush
Complete thread -- Alexis retractor
Complete thread -- Not your s/l but usually when people hear or feel running water they get the urge.
Complete thread -- I say no. Here's a link.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the try. SM
Complete thread -- link here
Complete thread -- Alexis
Complete thread -- Tp has a history of Wolff-Parkinson-White tachyarrhythmia.
Complete thread -- why 2 blanks? what is the other s/l?
Complete thread -- something like when she hears a toilet flushing? flushing toilet?
Complete thread -- Sounds like "frustrated toilet" SM
Complete thread -- Surgical retractor for caesarian section
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes. I would even have used a semicolon before however because
Complete thread -- focal?
Complete thread -- She was more jovial, less argumentative, _____ recovery
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- punctuation question. SM
Complete thread -- Of course, that makes sense. Hear it clearly now. Thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help.
Complete thread -- Maybe he's saying "a BNP"?
Complete thread -- History of lumbar spinal stenosis, status post surgery for such.
Complete thread -- Not even close but there are SPEP and UPEP?
Complete thread -- Not sure about your APNP but I think it is dip a urine and not deep
Complete thread -- Have another flag later on, will flag this too.
Complete thread -- s/l ? APNP?
Complete thread -- you. are. the. best.
Complete thread -- wav file? What I think I hear makes no sense to me. Thanks.
Complete thread -- try rugae
Complete thread -- smooth vaginal epithelium, decrease in S/L "Irrugay" - help!
Complete thread -- Hmm whenever I ask for context, I get jumped on
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- girth is diameter, how big it is. makes sense forearm both same but wrists vary, so
Complete thread -- Ahh, yes.
Complete thread -- Right forearm girth is 16/left at 16. - does this make sense?
Complete thread -- osteophytic?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- patient’s autograft in a *cent of a packed*.
Complete thread -- We drilled out a small *siphytic lip* on the inferior
Complete thread -- for hemostasis and strength of the repair
Complete thread -- yes, versions --sm
Complete thread -- again examined for hemostasis and ____. The
Complete thread -- Tp's pupils react well. s/l Versions are full. Visual fields intact.
Complete thread -- fingerstick, sent to the lab. For 2 months he has been
Complete thread -- I think doctor means twofold rather than couple fold. nm
Complete thread -- What I reviewed with him (the patient) was
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get that one at all.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "We will work closely with.... for further changes to improve"
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- nvm googled it
Complete thread -- flagged tx
Complete thread -- "impresses" on thecal sac
Complete thread -- have muscle stretch care with a Power Web?
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- by the patient
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Conner's self report ____ (3)
Complete thread -- burst?
Complete thread -- free T4?
Complete thread -- flush?
Complete thread -- patient has epilepsy, on trileptal. given a prescription for a routine
Complete thread -- can't think of anything that matches your s/l. injection of IV contrast?
Complete thread -- agnioplasty
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- horses 'on' Mackinac Island
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- what state is this from? Mackinac Island (Michigan?)
Complete thread -- is a pleasant 22-year-old young woman who reports that in October 2010 ...
Complete thread -- but at this size, we may not be....
Complete thread -- may not be able to obtain a representative specimen...In any case, she does
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- #2 cell block H & E revealed
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- However, she does have a sizable goiter as well as nodule and we discu ...
Complete thread -- 1. cells for evaluation.
Complete thread -- On November 2010, she had a FNA apparently of the right thyroid and th ...
Complete thread -- I would use narrowed-see message
Complete thread -- thank you anyway!!!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- While neoplasia can cause constipation and narrowed stools, the onset ...
Complete thread -- thanks poi. will do just that.
Complete thread -- in multiples, the pregnancy counts as one, the para counts a however many show up and
Complete thread -- verbatim is verbatim, unless you have edit privileges.
Complete thread -- take out the period, use a comma if anything.
Complete thread -- Pls?
Complete thread -- similar to 'not very educated regarding'. It makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- verbatim acct. does this sentence sound right to you?
Complete thread -- cold water pill - sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's better than what I had and probably the best bet.
Complete thread -- my suggestions-see message
Complete thread -- Any ideas on where the period should go in this? This is as dicated.
Complete thread -- I would place a comma after staying
Complete thread -- staying out of the area??
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- i didnt know about the links above, i do now. so all is good : )
Complete thread -- levophed -- would help if you told us why they were on these medications, CONTEXT
Complete thread -- oh, that is a different one than the above link.
Complete thread -- Thank you for the advice. I see the link above now, thanks again.
Complete thread -- She is on 10 of epi, 20 of *levo* and 0.6 of milrinone. nm
Complete thread -- X-rays demonstrated s/l "per-ta-neal higher."
Complete thread -- I could not get a s/l "durally" hold with the single plate,
Complete thread -- reduce the magnification on your page to 100%
Complete thread -- There is actually a shortcut to the link on this page, upper left hand corner.
Complete thread -- link...
Complete thread -- Trademark link
Complete thread -- past history word help - sm
Complete thread -- past history word help - sm
Complete thread -- Context --the parts of a written or spoken statement that precede or follow a specific wor
Complete thread -- Thanx
Complete thread -- Norcuron ®)
Complete thread -- anesthesia s/l *Nar-co-rone*
Complete thread -- That is the stupidiest comment I've ever heard, lol.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Why do you even bother and then come back and act all oh never mind. Seriously
Complete thread -- Moro reflex --
Complete thread -- I love that you made everybody wait an hour to find out what the context was.
Complete thread -- NICU report. newborn has good cry and s/l morrow
Complete thread -- really. glad to finally know there was any.
Complete thread -- metamucil is what i am looking for...the context was a list of medicines.
Complete thread -- Hardly offshores, look at this exchange just the other day.
Complete thread -- menu muscle?
Complete thread -- Oh great. Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- Thank, I'll look for that.
Complete thread -- Attached to the superior vena cava cannula is a 'Y' connector
Complete thread -- check out gristly, as from gristle...
Complete thread -- check out gristly, as from gristle...
Complete thread -- Many here don't either, but this is not the first time mwhatever has posted.
Complete thread -- *Grisly* material overlying the nerve. Is this correct? Thanks. See msg
Complete thread -- when I google I get menu music.
Complete thread -- I don't think the offshore MTs always understand what context is.
Complete thread -- we s/l "wired" it to the inferior vena cava cannula previously placed.
Complete thread -- WHY won't you EVER give context??????????
Complete thread -- This ain't your first rodeo, Cowboy. Context? Metamucil?
Complete thread -- UTS? Umbilical Trocar Site...im not sure.
Complete thread -- Leaving a blank. Couldn't find and cannot use acronyms in body of report
Complete thread -- s/l "menumusol" + meds
Complete thread -- That's what I heard and didn't believe it. :)
Complete thread -- The 10-mm trocar site was closed with [UDS]. Cannot find. Tx
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- can't help much but this link might make something click for you
Complete thread -- I think as you have it works. see message.
Complete thread -- I don't think so, he does say it rather quick.
Complete thread -- could the er be color as in subcostal color Doppler
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- echo word help - sm
Complete thread -- I'd do Drs. Smith and Brown
Complete thread -- thanks again. so type out latissimus dorsi then?
Complete thread -- Depends on how strict your "verbatim" is, but I wouldn't. I hate shortened forms like that
Complete thread -- which of these would you type?
Complete thread -- If you were to type verbatim would you type lat just like that?
Complete thread -- thanks both
Complete thread -- Yeah, I don't know why it didn't work either. but I found it searching videos. Was cool.
Complete thread -- largest muscles in your back - when people are doing lateral pulls in exercise, sm
Complete thread -- doc talk for latissimus dorsi
Complete thread -- Hmm, don't know why. If you really want to watch :D, here it is again.
Complete thread -- you guys are soooo good.
Complete thread -- any guesses what LAT area would be? MD says, "lat" doesn't spell
Complete thread -- comes up Googling if you try "casing mail" better.. but yep
Complete thread -- Aw foot, I tried to watch and it says the video is not available!
Complete thread -- answer already explained in archives...twice (now 3 times, lol)
Complete thread -- here's a video--they're pretty fast!
Complete thread -- just like that s/m
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- That's the clue. Many hear smelly feet! :D
Complete thread -- anyone know how to spell case mail? Not sure what this even means sm
Complete thread -- s/l kux pls sm for context
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I thought I heard "smelly."
Complete thread -- Doesn't say. "delivered footling breech."
Complete thread -- was it a single footling conversion?
Complete thread -- Mauriceau-Smellie-Veit
Complete thread -- agreed
Complete thread -- Footling breech presentation
Complete thread -- If she is currently pregnant, yes. Gravida 5, para 2-0-2-2. sm
Complete thread -- maybe "on cystoscopy, over the trigone, metaplasia was observed."
Complete thread -- Thanks for that. I will check it out.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Will go with it as he has it then.
Complete thread -- costochondral junction
Complete thread -- Mine do that all the time. If he dictated it there, I'd leave it there.
Complete thread -- It was clearly OP. I'm thinking maybe she was thinking that indicates in eyes,
Complete thread -- prephthisical?
Complete thread -- there are ten costochondral junctions on each side.
Complete thread -- letter format. Doc always starts out with "Thanks for referring ....." statement. I
Complete thread -- would you change this to junction (singular)
Complete thread -- I posted the wav, also more context.
Complete thread -- Yes, it does go with the missed AB stuff below. I had forgotten about this post. Sorry
Complete thread -- The globe was noted to be in a *pre-tasicle* state.
Complete thread -- Agh! of course. I think it's break time OD would be right eye
Complete thread -- Multifetal pregnancy is counted as one in terms of gravidity and parity. Twins don't matt
Complete thread -- before you say I'm rude, the "duh" was to myself not to OP cuz I didn't see it right off
Complete thread -- both eyes is OU
Complete thread -- duh, it makes sense. currently pregnant and had 2 term births and 2 abortions
Complete thread -- sure they didn't mean OD for both eyes?
Complete thread -- G 5, P2 2-0-2-2 term delivery(2), prem (0), abortion (2) live children (2)
Complete thread -- sm if this helps... are there any twins?
Complete thread -- Does this go with the missed AB stuff below? If so, it makes sense.
Complete thread -- nope.. see msg... flag
Complete thread -- Dictated: ...gravida 5, para 2-0-2-2. Does this make sense? Or should I flag?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I am not used to OB/GYN.
Complete thread -- gravid, just above the symphysis. (probably referring to uterine size?)
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Gravid. _____. Positive bowel sounds. No cardiac activity.
Complete thread -- I didn't see anything Spanish either. No idea what they're implying?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much to both of you!
Complete thread -- trigone is a smooth triangular region of the internal urinary bladder ...
Complete thread -- word help - on cystourethroscopy, "s/l" OVERTRIGON metaplasia was observed.
Complete thread -- was seen for D&C for no cardiac activity is what I can get
Complete thread -- Have you come across this? Eye drop doses using *OP* -- is this
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't get the first one.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the second blank!
Complete thread -- Follows up today with no cramping
Complete thread -- This patient is for suction D&C for missed AB. Please listen to wav. Thanks!
Complete thread -- it's English for me
Complete thread -- seriously, did it come up Spanish?
Complete thread -- nitro it is generic
Complete thread -- good job!
Complete thread -- Kaye also makes pediatric walkers
Complete thread -- no prob.
Complete thread -- yes it is! thank you also!
Complete thread -- did I post a bad link or something? If so, sorry :(
Complete thread -- cam walker!!! duh is me. thank you SO very much!!
Complete thread -- spanish version.
Complete thread -- It was my guess that cave walker is actually CAM walker - "extra depth shoes" also on the
Complete thread -- ? if cave is Cam
Complete thread -- link does not help. tried google already.
Complete thread -- i did find extra depth shoes but still nothing on a cave walker.
Complete thread -- see link inside
Complete thread -- yes yes!!!!! thank you so very much
Complete thread -- pls help with ortho note. thanks!
Complete thread -- "lost sensation" would make sense
Complete thread -- It's the next to the last on that page NuOrtho Surgical, Inc. | News
Complete thread -- slurring "lost the use of" ?
Complete thread -- Ceruleau see link inside
Complete thread -- stumped! s/l "loss cc" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- I've looked high and low. Can you let us hear it?
Complete thread -- listen for os trigonum
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Chondroplasty using the "sera-lou" wand. Any ideas? Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had already searched Premarin point.
Complete thread -- thrombectomized/angioplastied - would probably leave it as you have it depending on
Complete thread -- forced plantar flexion injury s/l ossified gonum?
Complete thread -- he corrected, no Premarin, just Primaxin
Complete thread -- sclerosed and stenotic, plastied fits, not specifying plastic surgery procedure IMHO
Complete thread -- WAV file. Is he just stuttering when he says Premarin point?
Complete thread -- attempted to be thrombectomized and s/l "plastied.
Complete thread -- 0.5 mL and I think the commas are appropriate
Complete thread -- 0.5
Complete thread -- it should be 0.50 cc and NOT 1/2 cc right?
Complete thread -- Ok, should not have doubted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- not in my opinion
Complete thread -- Is there another comma needed around posteriorly, before or after?
Complete thread -- oh - i typed moistened neesalt dressing or something like that.
Complete thread -- I had pulled up a couple and he had further defined tourniquet as to placement/pressure.
Complete thread -- if you had typed neesalt wound, then it would have shown up
Complete thread -- TY!! I don't know why google did not suggest that when I put in neesalt. oh well. thank
Complete thread -- can you get a sample op for that doc? that would be a standard type of thing
Complete thread -- Mesalt maybe
Complete thread -- please help with wound care note. s/l neesalt? see mess and thank
Complete thread -- or maybe meant EBL X cc with hemostasis technique.?
Complete thread -- I would flag it
Complete thread -- Thank you....that's a new one for me. Many thanks!
Complete thread -- Cystocele, (with) descensus?
Complete thread -- , descensus
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS Cystocele "s/l densensus" with urinary stress incontinence.
Complete thread -- looking for input...
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- MediPort --link to trademark page
Complete thread -- but...an ultrasound would not float anything.
Complete thread -- Looking for the correct spelling of Mediport cath. sm
Complete thread -- Found it-- Heelbo! :P
Complete thread -- s/l heel bows? Maybe brain cloud-- it's for carpal tunnel symptoms ??
Complete thread -- i can't hear that
Complete thread -- Thank you both a bunch.
Complete thread -- doctor could be reading off a paper and misread S for the 5
Complete thread -- I found 5-HTP supplements used for arthritis, maybe that?
Complete thread -- here is where the 3 dots lead...congenital predispose to torsion *free floating*
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- Pt w/arthritis and mild asthma. Med: s/l SHTP.
Complete thread -- oops, expander....
Complete thread -- is eager to get the report cCARDIAC:?
Complete thread -- G+D: Kindergarten, doing well. She __ report card and she is mastering and progressi
Complete thread -- I just Googled quickly, but check out morula or morule, not sure which
Complete thread -- s/l s/l la cot a fa cation - looks like cortication of patella? link
Complete thread -- Listen for "with the exception of abduction of 3/5."
Complete thread -- Yes should have taken out the first sentence (the 3 dots ... indicate another article. sm
Complete thread -- Right upper extremity manual muscle testing 5/5 sm
Complete thread -- Endometrial pathology: associated squamous metaplasia and s/l moral formation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- usually hear lap counts
Complete thread -- this is correct
Complete thread -- pathologically enlarged mediastinal, hilar,
Complete thread -- pathological or any ???
Complete thread -- No (__), any large mediastinal, hilar
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Extra activities?
Complete thread -- or perhaps if able.....grade 3, dimension of 1.2 cm with DCIS present
Complete thread -- I think so, but I can't get what's before that. I have to send it in now, so I'm flagging
Complete thread -- I would leave as is, with comma separating. BOS 3...
Complete thread -- something activity???
Complete thread -- patty?
Complete thread -- BoS version 2, page 277, states "when two numbers are
Complete thread -- I think it is okay, grade is expressed 1,2,3 (unless changed in BOS)
Complete thread -- darlene, your original post documentation shows floating as being a finding with torsion,.
Complete thread -- wav help - improvement in his _____, less chest discomfort,
Complete thread -- torsion is a twisting (which would not float free)
Complete thread -- I was referring to the numerals next to each other. Is it acceptable? Thanks
Complete thread -- lap counts or instrument counts?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- All *petty* counts and sponge counts were found to be correct and the wound was m
Complete thread -- Big guess Balint or something like that?
Complete thread -- ....invasive ductal carcinoma grade 3, 1.2 cm dimension with DCIS present...
Complete thread -- s/l...lint syndrome...sm
Complete thread -- The patient can also take (reco denazonate) for pain.
Complete thread -- That's it, thanks Dav!
Complete thread -- The patient’s *pads * were discontinued.
Complete thread -- nitroglycerin paste.
Complete thread -- carina??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I reviewed the chest CAT scan and saw a possible lump at the level of ...
Complete thread -- acute stroke teams (AST) finally found that and it fits!~
Complete thread -- AST very clearly stated, but I can't document. I would flag.
Complete thread -- I have MDs who dictate really long sentences too. In this case, I wouldn't put any commas
Complete thread -- You'll get DC a lot for things like splints, casts, etc. They use it everywhere.
Complete thread -- please help on commas
Complete thread -- discontinue
Complete thread -- Thanks. I knew what it meant just worded funny if that is really what she is saying.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Discontinue
Complete thread -- s/l *D C* of staples....
Complete thread -- sorry, not capped, was cut/paste
Complete thread -- nitro paste or Nitro paste?
Complete thread -- Basal rate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In biology, basal ...
Complete thread -- lunesta? It's a sleep aid for insomnia
Complete thread -- lateral tracking?
Complete thread -- Tp was administered thyroid which may have influence on his s/l basal rate.
Complete thread -- carvedilol, *fuvesta* and Hyzaar
Complete thread -- wav file. Also think the last 2 words should be homonymous quadrantanopsia
Complete thread -- but that would be a torsion finding......
Complete thread -- "revealed" both testicles?
Complete thread -- I think what is meant is testicle not attached to anything and float free sm
Complete thread -- questioning AST code?
Complete thread -- Thanks for everyone's help. I found it. para-Hisian
Complete thread -- here are some tachycardia types sm(relisten I bet other helper got it)
Complete thread -- essential tachycardia? (did a Onelook query of *tachycardia, nothing like your s/l)
Complete thread -- "floated" ?
Complete thread -- MAPs
Complete thread -- No. It is very clear the way he is pronouncing the word. I have searched google and
Complete thread -- the ant from concomitant could sound like and.
Complete thread -- BMI ?
Complete thread -- BMI
Complete thread -- hidrocystadenoma.
Complete thread -- ops hit enter... does this make sense...sm
Complete thread -- Would this be something that makes sense?
Complete thread -- there is an AND in there . I don't think it is concomitant.
Complete thread -- Same quadriplegic patient. sm please
Complete thread -- paroxysmal??
Complete thread -- anhedonia??
Complete thread -- concomitant scarring?
Complete thread -- lateral meniscal tear with *continent* and scarring anteriorly
Complete thread -- Cardiology question. TY
Complete thread -- pathology report - s/l "hirder" cystadenoma papilliferum.
Complete thread -- Quadriplegic pt. He has bilateral footdrop, s/l la cot a fa cation of patellae
Complete thread -- s/l...in-ho-main-e-a...sm
Complete thread -- perhaps just diluted?
Complete thread -- And besides, it is spelled phony!! LOL!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- something and Zosyn and wound
Complete thread -- changing antibiotic to Zosyn and wound care
Complete thread -- Makes perfect sense to me as is.
Complete thread -- seen by surgery, recommended ____ and wound care
Complete thread -- Sorry, I was not clear. I know the meaning. I don't think that is the right form of the
Complete thread -- dilution means
Complete thread -- down to 11 likely reflecting *dilutional* from 12.7 after IV fluids
Complete thread -- WAG: atraumatic something????
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- sent it in with a blank. Thanks anyway, folks!
Complete thread -- Guy is real scotch with his syllables and words. Will just flag. Modular is probably it.
Complete thread -- wav file sent, do not think modular
Complete thread -- could doc be saying "modular"?
Complete thread -- hemiarthroplasty with sounds like - modar - components
Complete thread -- You hear something new every day! s/l "an a-NAH-juh-matic deemie" (sm)
Complete thread -- could he be saying something with vulvar? and?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Your micro is correct as there are micro and macro nutrition supplementation
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would certainly email your team lead or QA and ask but would either flag or expand as
Complete thread -- I have a PA who uses T3 for
Complete thread -- malnutrition, should have nutrition eval and *micro* supplements, DVT prophylaxis
Complete thread -- Thanks. that was what I was thinking, but it didn't look right for some reason.
Complete thread -- 0.105
Complete thread -- trying to fill in form for invoice that automatically calculates
Complete thread -- access: we used a s/l heather sheath in this procedure to gain access.
Complete thread -- s/l *ful-vo-ginian* vaginitis
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Include 8 mg of *nuvoxane* and Xanax
Complete thread -- I found something...
Complete thread -- Forgot to add that
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic pain. Doc is ESL
Complete thread -- enthesophyte
Complete thread -- ? osteophyte
Complete thread -- x-rays of knee indicate small s/l enfisifite
Complete thread -- Please refer to transfer list.
Complete thread -- ? able
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- tHank you
Complete thread -- tHank you
Complete thread -- drug abuse and smoking was also discussed, and the rationale and the consequences...
Complete thread -- thank you, would never manage without your help
Complete thread -- There are no other seizures as the variety of seizures described.
Complete thread -- There are no other seizures and ____ described
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- 5/325 mg Percocet, JMHO.
Complete thread -- I would change to Percocet 5/325 if your account is not verbatim.
Complete thread -- dictated as 5/325, 5 mg Percocets. How would you transcribe this?
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: _________several concerns. ...
Complete thread -- got the first blank, "CBI". help with the second blank pls, thanks
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- questioned left VI lymph node
Complete thread -- The previously __________lymph node with mildy increased uptake is les ...
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- maybe thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- CBC ... prealbumin.
Complete thread -- piperacillin and tazobactam
Complete thread -- other blank
Complete thread -- We got PT and INR in the morning ____________. ...
Complete thread -- beta agonists and anticholinergic agents in nebulization form...
Complete thread -- amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Complete thread -- The patient with unfortunate _____lateral sclerosis with what seems to ...
Complete thread -- gram-negative bacilli and beta lactamase-positive
Complete thread -- beta-lactamase
Complete thread -- pt has anaerobic gram negative bacilli, S/L betalactima? is positive
Complete thread -- Norvasc perhaps slurred up?
Complete thread -- maxillary sinus space?
Complete thread -- is there a right maxillary S/L kenite? space. (it does not SL sphenoid)
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- is that ane as in pain?
Complete thread -- please help hypertension medication s/l anewax
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- anterior drawer and talar tilt test
Complete thread -- syndesmotic squeeze test
Complete thread -- negative __________tilt test. ...
Complete thread -- negative __________squeeze test. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- under the distal aspect of the fibula
Complete thread -- He also had tenderness to palpation that it extends superiorly upwards ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- vestibule, click link look over see if you find your s/l clpst
Complete thread -- Oral exam of 31-y/o female, ENT: Moist oral mucosa, s/l clipst
Complete thread -- Stedman's GYN book shows Jacobs tenaculum and tenacula (plural).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- mints and coffee
Complete thread -- He also took ___________coffee which has helped him in the past ...
Complete thread -- we used Jacobs tenaculi (not tenaculum) in a gyn procedure. is it right?
Complete thread -- found this, did not open and read though (eu 101) sm
Complete thread -- liver function test, LFTs, liver profile, liver panel etc, sm
Complete thread -- here are some other type terms used (might need later)sm
Complete thread -- LOL. We Americans are used to that same con game played by
Complete thread -- You can also use common sense.
Complete thread -- sudden death?
Complete thread -- It is DNR
Complete thread -- I can't document it...that's why I am asking here.
Complete thread -- If you can document BNR as an advanced directive I'd give it to her, otherwise
Complete thread -- Advanced directive: He is "BNR" I know B sounds like D, but s/l she is saying B
Complete thread -- wondering if AU is Adult Unit and one on one?
Complete thread -- Thanx to you all ! ...
Complete thread -- corroboration seems secure.
Complete thread -- upper clivus, and sphenoid sinus appeared.., per prior hlpr re "clivuson"="clivus, and"
Complete thread -- (this makes better sense than my suggestion.)
Complete thread -- upper clivus?
Complete thread -- We often see WBC before H&H...is there any mention of a leukocytosis? Just
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- way wag: Haversian sphenoid sinus?
Complete thread -- upper ?, and (the) sphenoid (sp) sinus appeared to be ...
Complete thread -- synechiae in the naSal cavity were lysed.
Complete thread -- The septal mucosal flap which was placed into the upper s/l cliverson ...
Complete thread -- Tests here include, and H&H
Complete thread -- Give it up...
Complete thread -- What comes before and after your s/l?
Complete thread -- Not really, but that makes sense. Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- Nope, no clue. And later she says LFTs within normal limits.
Complete thread -- do you have any idea which LFT it even is? I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- Can you be hearing "one-on-one" instead?
Complete thread -- Doc says "LFT is 41." Should I just leave it or defi it?
Complete thread -- s/l eu101 or au101 or "a u101" psychiatric code...record shows
Complete thread -- phoney phoney phoney, can't point out errors cuz it was a good report
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- found it of Doose
Complete thread -- phlebolith
Complete thread -- that is all i have
Complete thread -- Knee osteoarthritis. "Phlibelen?" noted on x-ray. sm
Complete thread -- Great! I was just coming back with these links.
Complete thread -- Got it, its PTH
Complete thread -- Thank you very much but if you really didn't want to help or "do it for me" then why did
Complete thread -- Does EtOH make sense??
Complete thread -- posterior chamber intraocular lens (PCIOL) ...
Complete thread -- capsular area of the repair? if you're hearing capsular.
Complete thread -- would you type surrounding text, before and after?
Complete thread -- PCIOL
Complete thread -- IOL = intraocular lens.
Complete thread -- s/l **capsular #3-0 Ethibond suture** Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- TCIOL? Opthalmology report
Complete thread -- got it, its dofetilide
Complete thread -- in past medical history 6B (7/10 lab-draw)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- tonic posture?
Complete thread -- Patient with s/l "stone-ic" posturing (maybe positioning?) of left extremities.
Complete thread -- Medication help needed
Complete thread -- They've been pointed out already in the thread. If you weren't so busy pushing your
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's a compliment! And it's blowhard -- 1 word.
Complete thread -- last s/l childstead eaton evaluation
Complete thread -- LOL. Why don't you point them out? With your exclusive company experience and all?
Complete thread -- Yes, you are quite obvious. As always.
Complete thread -- sorry, mistyped myoclonic epilepsy of ___
Complete thread -- jaws? jaw?
Complete thread -- I agree, she can't name them or would have. A blow hard!!!!
Complete thread -- myoclonic episode of s/l dews/jews
Complete thread -- seee still can't point out OP errors. Phoney MT. Phoney person.
Complete thread -- Does sound odd. Maybe *marker* placement? Was any kind of marker mentioned before?
Complete thread -- Well, good. Because I've been doing this job for years. You have no clue about me or
Complete thread -- you are an absolute phoney, a pretender MT. Point out the errors
Complete thread -- s/l he has 1 papular lesion on the abdomen, 1 papular lesion on the back, and a healed
Complete thread -- skin exam: ____ lesion abodmen
Complete thread -- If someone is that impatient, oh why do we even bother? Always the helpers, never the
Complete thread -- Yes, of course. all those mistakes, she is obviously.
Complete thread -- Some tried to help but when have obvious errors and no feedback
Complete thread -- plus, I doubt detractors could have done as well, obviously good MT
Complete thread -- The horse (OP)left the gate long ago, OP trying other solutions since no help, is point.
Complete thread -- Here, let me do it for you. Peroneus Longus - Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedicsperoneus
Complete thread -- Are you trying to make any point here? Or is it acceptable to just let things
Complete thread -- nothing for that and it is not peroneal
Complete thread -- Which would many errors? How long B4 1st response. OP left. Geez people.
Complete thread -- No, really didn't review yet just trying to get through first time
Complete thread -- not sure what maker placement is?
Complete thread -- hmmmmm.
Complete thread -- think it makes the most sense too.
Complete thread -- Scary too, when they don't give any reply back. So it probably goes through.
Complete thread -- Scary too, when they don't give any reply back. So it probably goes through.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Scary isn't it that many errors would go through if they didn't
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- This is the closest to my s/l on relistening. Thanks again to all!
Complete thread -- catecholaminergic surge .. repeat of T waves, said as re-T's?
Complete thread -- rather...re-Ts with a catecholamin urgic surge
Complete thread -- re-Ts with catecholamine urgic surger...sm
Complete thread -- Yes! Just coming back to say doc recommending tooth extraction. Thanks!
Complete thread -- oy vey. didn't even notice that. and what is the "yes"?
Complete thread -- ? decaying teeth
Complete thread -- He has *dee-cating deef* involving both upper and lower jaws. Please
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I'll go back and listen for all these suggestions...
Complete thread -- Easily found by googling. ? tabular - don't think that is correct.
Complete thread -- you looked up peroneus tendon??
Complete thread -- CSF?????
Complete thread -- Generally stage is Roman numeral, grade is Arabic.
Complete thread -- placement although the *peroneus* tendons are intact without
Complete thread -- apices?
Complete thread -- pleural spaces?
Complete thread -- marginating? fascia, not facia
Complete thread -- emanating?
Complete thread -- pleurisies? (wag)
Complete thread -- Opacities in right upper lobe near the *ploo-says* that have been seen before.
Complete thread -- CSF is noted *maginating* between the osteochondral
Complete thread -- Have to know what the stage is in reference to. Roman numerals are generally used
Complete thread -- the archives unless "documented" are just "guesses", then right back where started.
Complete thread -- Having said that, there are exceptions, and they are trending toward Arabic.
Complete thread -- It depends on what you're talking about, but poster below correct.
Complete thread -- Roman numerals generally for cancer classifications
Complete thread -- Can someone help with stage. Is it stage IV or stage 4?
Complete thread -- i definitely hear like V sound to begin with..
Complete thread -- veloplasty is cleft palate; may be fallopian tuboplasty. link look over/read
Complete thread -- ????????
Complete thread -- PSH: Fallopian tube "velo-plasty" in 1978. I am pretty sure this is one surgery. sm
Complete thread -- I thought it sounded like 600. Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear 600 mg p.o. t.i.d. ....and checked Drugs.com and found
Complete thread -- Am flagging the dose, thanks.
Complete thread -- BOS 3 says client preference may be to use the
Complete thread -- wav file. Want to double check the dose, thanks
Complete thread -- Ok, that makes sense. I looked that up last night in BOS but could not
Complete thread -- EUS -- endoscopic ultrasound? (sm)
Complete thread -- Thank you! And thanks for pointing out the MedLexicon link. nm
Complete thread -- Ignore this one....nm
Complete thread -- DUS? sm
Complete thread -- possibly diagnostic ultrasound...click on MedLexicon link above
Complete thread -- DUS? sm
Complete thread -- BOS 2 says to use numbers in ordinals also, but the example that you gave...
Complete thread -- This comes from my AI sheet but I do spell out when not appropriate.
Complete thread -- Is there a rule on first versus 1st, 2nd or second, etc.? I had written with this
Complete thread -- ? heart disease
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? Lotrel Since patient has hypertension and no other meds
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: She takes *Lotren*,
Complete thread -- "and there is no focality. Gait is normal. Impression"
Complete thread -- added wav
Complete thread -- hand, there is no trocality (patient has cleft hand)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I finally heard "anxiety disorder, bipolar, and schizophrenia in the family"
Complete thread -- There is ____ and schizophrenia in the family
Complete thread -- static encephalopathy
Complete thread -- 3.9-year-old boy who has____, autism and ADHD
Complete thread -- sounds like hypotelorism
Complete thread -- Wav does not match context. Please upload again.
Complete thread -- Atraumatic, normocephalic. Mucous membranes are moist. Neck is supple ...
Complete thread -- PAs?? ?It is hardly limited to PAs..I have full-grown older MDs who dictate like they'
Complete thread -- It can be very challenging at times!! Hang in there. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'll listen again with that in mind. :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- X-rays of the shoulder, two views, taken here in the office today...
Complete thread -- Oops, nm on above!
Complete thread -- had also improved and she had lost the majority of her peripheral edema
Complete thread -- Her congestive cardiac failure had also improved and she had lost some ...
Complete thread -- Zemplar (hyperparathyroidism)
Complete thread -- maybe pterygium?
Complete thread -- Not locating some kind of eye growth...
Complete thread -- Just have to vent. What's with PA's who dictate 100 mph? Don't they care
Complete thread -- fempar?
Complete thread -- what in the world is wrong with you. Do you think the OP is going to hang around for HOURS
Complete thread -- just a guess, maybe....?there is no psych history
Complete thread -- s/l sunk-desk
Complete thread -- squame? a "docism" for "squamous epithelium"? (rhymes w/ "aim.")
Complete thread -- NM. Shift over. Going to flag.
Complete thread -- We took x-rays of the left shoulder here in the office today, 2 views, which showed no
Complete thread -- You are RUDE and DO NOT DESERVE HELP!!!!!!!!'
Complete thread -- First rule: Do NOT help an OP who is rude to another helper!!
Complete thread -- Why try to help someone who is rude to someone trying to help!!!!!!
Complete thread -- permitted to edit as much as would like. How would you type/punctuate
Complete thread -- There was a little *squam* built up around the edges and drumhead had
Complete thread -- I've only rarely had to use "effected" :)
Complete thread -- thank you again!
Complete thread -- "Affected" means "impacted, created an effect on". "Effected" means "executed, brought abo
Complete thread -- not sure I will ever understand those two - I thank you
Complete thread -- I don't see how "effected" could work. Try "affected."
Complete thread -- I recommend padding of the effected nerves. (not Affected right?)
Complete thread -- any chance you can post next words/sentence?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I'm not hearing anything like that. I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- Look up the word context in a dictionary.
Complete thread -- take might be ache and something like ill?
Complete thread -- Seriously?? Hope you get no help at all.
Complete thread -- no, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- ? something fever.
Complete thread -- Reason for visit: Complains of vomiting every morning, *s/l take a niller*, and
Complete thread -- I'll relisten. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Bingo! I had researched "solea" - can't imagine why "soleu ...
Complete thread -- ? soleus
Complete thread -- ? D & C
Complete thread -- skin graft
Complete thread -- s/l *BFC* or *BSE*
Complete thread -- ? nerve damage
Complete thread -- ????
Complete thread -- neuro something? what kind of infection?
Complete thread -- Would you share what comes before and after the s/l
Complete thread -- You didn't give enough info. Per posting guidelines your s/l
Complete thread -- s/l hepilations are intact
Complete thread -- tc? tonic-clonic
Complete thread -- 2nd s/b second in this context.
Complete thread -- Don't think it fits context. Patient has a rash, thought to be
Complete thread -- petit ?
Complete thread -- Not enough lead in. I hear texture, but he did not look pale.
Complete thread -- Not sure what your ? is, but what is morpheanic? I don't think it
Complete thread -- this is spine?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Context needed.
Complete thread -- neck is morpheanic and supple
Complete thread -- never mind found nostril sill
Complete thread -- ok thanks; could it be shell?
Complete thread -- They deny any myoclonic jerks or any s/l ttc type of seizure
Complete thread -- IDK, but crossbite is 1 word.
Complete thread -- s/l decreased sill or shill or seal
Complete thread -- The second episode was 2 weeks ago when he was at home. It was a simi ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no idea. But consider "-y" of "any" might belong to s/l instead, "to do an s/l EEsonter.."
Complete thread -- s/l *sonter* ... Any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l tack may be TAC (tetracaine, adrenaline, and cocaine) sm
Complete thread -- a 4 mg vs 400 mg mistake=common among docs; like Synthroid dose error: mg-mcg confusion.
Complete thread -- dictated doxazosin four hundred milligrams (however only find 4 mg of doxazosin)
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- it's mometasone
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- there are betamethasone, beclomethasone, mometasone
Complete thread -- centrally?
Complete thread -- olmesartan for second one
Complete thread -- drug list
Complete thread -- Here is the diagnosis that relates to this
Complete thread -- wav file?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm not sure he's saying that here.
Complete thread -- NM had to send
Complete thread -- ? if giving measurements of mass like 7 cm
Complete thread -- At the rectosigmoid junction, there is a *century* ulcerated, nearly circumferential
Complete thread -- that is it! thanks. Wish I had held that. Will email QA.
Complete thread -- given one-time dose of Solu-Medrol and *Tack* cream and seemed
Complete thread -- from my notes, drugs ending in PRIL smmay mean moexipril
Complete thread -- I think I found it, Gujarati. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'll look at the link.
Complete thread -- targets correct, meaning the "area" of concern(artery, branch, segment, lesion etc)
Complete thread -- Maybe saying "Tigrit" for the language of Tigrinya?
Complete thread -- targets is correct. Air is "deaired",(vein grafts deaired)ie ending procedure.
Complete thread -- Able to talk. She speaks s/l "the GuratSEE." Neck movements...
Complete thread -- Link for glaucoma drops. Can click the drugs bring up generic or
Complete thread -- Link for Biomet Mallory Head as well as a bunch of others sm
Complete thread -- I guess it means for first 2 days, keep at 250 and thereafter 150 (?).
Complete thread -- Thanks! : )
Complete thread -- Roho ?
Complete thread -- Why not?
Complete thread -- IV hydration - see msg.
Complete thread -- For pressure ulcers on buttocks, pt has a *roe-coe* cushion.
Complete thread -- I hear same as "Q" nm
Complete thread -- for fibroids (comma) in 4th decade (next number) 2. Subtotal
Complete thread -- Stedman's Abbrev shows only one choice dBHL
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- ??She has had [from] frontal regions some green drainage??
Complete thread -- She has had some frontal "lesions", some green drainage. No mention of lesions. sm
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- lateral T-wave, incomplete with poor
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- GAMC (Glendale Adventist Medical Center??) - were luckily able to be seen
Complete thread -- The patient had an EKG done in the doctor’s office, which showed atria ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The patient’s family prompted admission to _____ ER night before; howe ...
Complete thread -- carpeted
Complete thread -- Approximately at 3 p.m. patient fell. She was found disoriented on he ...
Complete thread -- please help with total hip components/punctuation- see msg.
Complete thread -- maybe saying "electrical implant"?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think he says PACS too, thought he was saying past.
Complete thread -- there is a software company Amicus that has EMR products -- sm
Complete thread -- CT scans followed through *Emacus* in the Epic system.
Complete thread -- post deleted
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Complete thread -- that's it, thank you
Complete thread -- Traumatic (same as in the assessment)?
Complete thread -- ongoing neuropathic pain?
Complete thread -- s/l one gring neuropathic pain
Complete thread -- tibialis anterior, gastroc-soleus, EHL and FHL function
Complete thread -- Sadly no. He is saying it clear, but we all know that means absolutely nothing. He sm
Complete thread -- ?latanoprost (generic)
Complete thread -- he has intact tibialis, anterior _____, gastrocnemius, soleus, EHL, and FHL function.
Complete thread -- He has intact tibialis, anterior _____, _____ , EHL, and FHL function.
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of s/l Lancept eyedrops or something similar. Just in list of
Complete thread -- left foot s/l brought it amputation site
Complete thread -- you know what. I give. I cannot listen to him anymore and I have spent far too much time
Complete thread -- down to 3 blanks, I decided to put them all in one post. If you guys get me through
Complete thread -- found it! cold blood cardioplegia!!
Complete thread -- blank #2
Complete thread -- ok. I just transcribed my first ever CABG. (my forte is ER, but I got moved tonight)
Complete thread -- Yes, and you're welcome!
Complete thread -- so, diagonal 2 means second diagonal? oh my. THANKS!!
Complete thread -- (That is referring to second diagonal, and I've had some docs dictate as yours did.)
Complete thread -- It's fine...sm for hits/more info
Complete thread -- I know what you mean, but I do look to Google and see the what
Complete thread -- no, everything he listed is part of the CABG; that's why I am so confused here. but, thanx
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying #2 as in a second operation performed?
Complete thread -- U are right about google - sorry
Complete thread -- Acute cerebral vascular accident
Complete thread -- google is not the resource. google directs you to sites that work as resources. if you
Complete thread -- pls sm
Complete thread -- as google is really not a reliable source, I am coming here for advice. should I put
Complete thread -- FINAL DIAGNOSES: 1. _____with right hemiparesis. ...
Complete thread -- could be of ...... ty
Complete thread -- of? over?
Complete thread -- s/l dorsical implant
Complete thread -- dermatome - shingles - help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that was around the time of his pancreatitis.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- see message
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Complete thread -- We explained to the patient that after his chemoradiation could be con ...
Complete thread -- maybe Sault Ste. Marie (if it's Michigan or Ontario)
Complete thread -- he lives in __________with his wife. ...
Complete thread -- CA19-9 was 137, but again _________of his pancreatitis. ...
Complete thread -- secured to the hard palate periosteum s/l "to back incisions to the soft palate"
Complete thread -- 1 pack per day for 30 years would be a 30-pack-year history. Less than a pack a day would
Complete thread -- Thanks to all. I think I'll have to flag it.
Complete thread -- maybe sebaceous?
Complete thread -- Trying to think of possibilities: necrotic, cutaneous, eschar, fibrinous
Complete thread -- A 25-pack-year history could be 1 pk per day for 25 years or
Complete thread -- He is estimating she smoked approximately 16 cigs a day for 30 years
Complete thread -- I checked Stedman's Dermatology book, Google, and archives.
Complete thread -- she smoked for 30 years; her pack history is 25???
Complete thread -- s/l **skewmishumus**
Complete thread -- Liver function panel/profile (from my notes) sm
Complete thread -- therapy?
Complete thread -- antifungal grip
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- mitoses
Complete thread -- Breslow depth
Complete thread -- NM, I've decided to flag. Time to quit work (for the day, that is)!
Complete thread -- Hernia repair op note. At end, he says...
Complete thread -- Pls see message if typed correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- link pg 599 starts with - Treatment: Hand x-ray picture- arterial complications etc
Complete thread -- you can trust their own web site.
Complete thread -- also, this.
Complete thread -- sm and link
Complete thread -- not sure current trend but I would just put a dash III-S sm
Complete thread -- I am SOO sorry. I forgot to put in my sentence.
Complete thread -- What do you mean? Hit BTE? BTE hit? Where in the sentence does your word fall?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Yes, grade 2.
Complete thread -- What is the sentence? I'm confused.
Complete thread -- oto note. I know that BTE stands for behind the ear but am I hearing "hit" right,
Complete thread -- Pls. see msg regarding dictated *grade II*. Should I edit to Arabic: 2?
Complete thread -- why post then?
Complete thread -- grade? stage really but maybe they called it grade?
Complete thread -- Awesome! That is it! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- This person does not do ANY research whatsoever. Look at his/her past posts and it's very
Complete thread -- I think stating bilateral hip and "few s/l quarter" operation. Still unsure about the
Complete thread -- heel cord?
Complete thread -- ugh! stating "quite short"
Complete thread -- thanks. I searched a lot of places too. This is a clear dictator too.
Complete thread -- Extremities: She has paraplegia and lower extremity s/l "carotid-short" and
Complete thread -- thanks also poi
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- I'd use the colon and perhaps cap all words to make it a true heading (optional).
Complete thread -- I can't find endarterectomy in context of digital artery, so I would
Complete thread -- verbatim acct - is this typed and punctuated correctly? or would you use a colon?
Complete thread -- 64-year-old, rehab H&P. Past medical history: GERD with hiatal hernia, history of
Complete thread -- does this makes sense? endarterectomy?
Complete thread -- NM. I get it now because he just said they removed the current wound VAC sponge.
Complete thread -- Pt with wound VAC to shoulder. Since the *sponge* was fairly deep... Please
Complete thread -- med help... s/l dox-az-o-pril 10 mg daily.. sm for dx
Complete thread -- does the patient work for the county of Lake?
Complete thread -- wedge deformity
Complete thread -- I agree, could be county assistance also
Complete thread -- Makes sense, thanks.
Complete thread -- chest x-ray PA and lateral?
Complete thread -- s/l "CHPAL" showed a possible opacity over the right hemidiaphragm.
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret. gonna flag. patient lives in Ohio
Complete thread -- maybe stable construct?
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- "issue with (his) county (insurance?) of late,..."of late"= an expression for "lately,"
Complete thread -- pls help with s/l on ortho note.
Complete thread -- Doc referring to reticulocyte count, immature *part.* Please sm for context
Complete thread -- WAG: finasteride? Does topical application in a female avoid unwanted side effects?
Complete thread -- thanks, I think that might be it.
Complete thread -- Yep, NM. Was saying ALP in some spots, ALT in others.
Complete thread -- Hold on, may be saying ALP... darn, I'll repost.
Complete thread -- WAG -- actual?
Complete thread -- Not sure how to type "AST ALT" within normal limits in following context.
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "x-il opening
Complete thread -- thats it...Thanx
Complete thread -- Terumo? no idea what a giving guidewire is though
Complete thread -- No, I did not post that one too. So it is not just me.
Complete thread -- Cardiac procedure
Complete thread -- nisoldipine?
Complete thread -- med for female pattern baldness s/o phenerseria sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!
Complete thread -- This is where dictionaries come in handy. Christmastime is 1 word
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- However, you could do it as 1 word, like you would do Christmastime, lunchtime, daytime,
Complete thread -- However, you could do it as 1 word, like you would do Christmastime, lunchtime, daytime,
Complete thread -- No hyphen. It is not modifying anything after it (Thanksgiving-time blues).
Complete thread -- Hyphen? No hyphen? Other? "Around Thanksgiving-time she was..."
Complete thread -- a med s/l ni-sole-la-pine see below but don't have much info.
Complete thread -- I just found this, MT Spandage™ Latex-Free* Tubular Elastic Dressing Retainer
Complete thread -- da?
Complete thread -- It's A&P
Complete thread -- No, very clear, but I've never heard it before. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I just saw that. Looks like sitegadgets is down for the moment. SM
Complete thread -- for this reason. No.
Complete thread -- anybody been able to open resuvus?
Complete thread -- Ace bandage?
Complete thread -- Toe dressing of fluffs, Kerlix, "s/l spuntage" and Coban wrap. NM
Complete thread -- adenocarcinoma of the lung T4 N2 M1 _______. He
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- pancreatic divisum?
Complete thread -- CAT scan imaging also did not show pancretic *diffisum*
Complete thread -- yeah not T but P will use "and" thanks
Complete thread -- first you need to know what the abbrev is (sm)
Complete thread -- Do I type Lungs: Clear to A&T or A and T?
Complete thread -- thanx
Complete thread -- I looked for a lot of possibilities, but there are
Complete thread -- not much but something to get you started in case something is in there
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- *a sign that is like*
Complete thread -- do you have an s/l?
Complete thread -- EEG
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I've listened for your suggestion but still hear as I typed. Will
Complete thread -- Looking for spelling of Dr. *grass-farb,* likely in NY, likely a GI doc. I've
Complete thread -- no changes in calibration of stool? that's all I can think of, but not exactly your s/l
Complete thread -- Pt seen in GI clinic for reports of diarrhea and flattening of stool. Under
Complete thread -- diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the lung T4 N2 M1 *grid*
Complete thread -- never mind...moving on.
Complete thread -- contact-the state of touching. Perhaps there would be too much
Complete thread -- perhaps bullet fragments?
Complete thread -- I hate this MD. Another one. s/l stable contract
Complete thread -- s/l biofleck fragments? Clavicle fracture.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion! I'll listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- maybe Venice?
Complete thread -- Hodgkin's lymphoma, stage III-S-A...I see sources that show "IIIS", but ...
Complete thread -- Guess not, as dosage does not match up to Quick Look Drug Book, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Clinic in NY. Doc states pt had colonoscopy at *zan-is* Florida. I've
Complete thread -- Here was my email to QA.
Complete thread -- Strattera ??
Complete thread -- They have not responded to my question. I asked right after posting. Have yet to hear
Complete thread -- I'm still looking, but not having much luck...in list of medications
Complete thread -- s/l frenal cachectic ?
Complete thread -- Never mind. It was burns from a bomb blast in Iraq. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I believe the"same poster"just keeps reposting over and over
Complete thread -- S/L buns? What are buns? bunions?? sm
Complete thread -- While the really sarcastic post (below) goes unnoticed.
Complete thread -- found it!!! still on current board. Don't think was found though.
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks poi, will back track, see I can find it.
Complete thread -- Without "hearing it" looks like EBU (extra backup) catheter sm
Complete thread -- She should have tried looking it up first. It isn't rocket science.
Complete thread -- Darlene, if you find the original post, I think another helper
Complete thread -- Nope, not me, I post my screen name. I don't hide, right up front.
Complete thread -- I know. Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- ACDACA - HEVA-did you get email back from QA yet. Particularly interested sm
Complete thread -- Not darlene, and yes you told her, but only after making her feel like crap !!
Complete thread -- Stop it darlene. I told her how she could find her answer.
Complete thread -- Sarcasm never helps anyone. Please be kind and professional, or do not respond.
Complete thread -- s/l thne-B-U
Complete thread -- Wow. Did you even try? Just put icyhot or icy hot into google.
Complete thread -- want me to google that for you?
Complete thread -- S/L icyhot
Complete thread -- gad doncha love this guy. "guess" #1 hospital setting, #2 cause -or some variation of word
Complete thread -- Ewing's and Non Hodgkin Lymphoma sm (subclassification)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- multiple broad-spectrum antibiotics. ________setting is his risk of developing C. di
Complete thread -- expanding on Scottie dog (view) sm
Complete thread -- see link...perhaps these can help
Complete thread -- NON HODGKIN'S EWING SARCOMA
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- I hear hernia clearly but before that not sure. Doesn't s/l
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- tall-pen ? Telfa
Complete thread -- There is significant leak on *AV AB* mode of trialing.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- oops, hit wrong key -paramediastinal sm
Complete thread -- paramediastinal
Complete thread -- sure obtain, "looking for" orthstatic changes, BP, getting up off couch
Complete thread -- Chest CT-s/l paramediastinum
Complete thread -- I hear gastric hernia too nm
Complete thread -- AP view of the pelvis (anterior to posterior)
Complete thread -- WAG but it almost sounds like gastric hernia?
Complete thread -- may be PDP postural drainage and percussion sm
Complete thread -- endoscope was introduced through the esophagus, ____,
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- That is it, thank you
Complete thread -- I would put a comma between pressure and obtain, but I have heard this ...
Complete thread -- mat-sell could be Mastisol
Complete thread -- pt had excision of dysplastic nevus, pls sm
Complete thread -- You're welcome
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- soudns like verbal
Complete thread -- should be there now.. reposted
Complete thread -- Sorry... "obtain" is what I am questioning
Complete thread -- s/l obtain orthostatic changes
Complete thread -- no wav there
Complete thread -- Oops will post after below post answered
Complete thread -- endoscope was introduced through the esophagus, _____, stomach
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Time for me too!
Complete thread -- Yep, virtual
Complete thread -- sorry, time stamp... I don't think so. Thanks
Complete thread -- see msg. (colonoscopy help)
Complete thread -- Love posting here...I usually find it myself right after! HyperCVAD
Complete thread -- acute lymphoblastic leukemia chemotherapy protocol.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What is 1755? Any chance he is saying while his, whilst this or something?
Complete thread -- Wow, time for bed "not clearly restricted to 1 myotome."
Complete thread -- eye of the Scotty dog --sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, should be "clearly restricted to 1 myotome."
Complete thread -- 1. exclude a 2. His weakness is give-way and not clear restricted to 1 myotome. The EMG
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no need to expand unless client specs say to or in diagnoses/assessment
Complete thread -- tax
Complete thread -- *White’s* deformity 1755 of the L1 vertebral body
Complete thread -- strep species
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- It is difficult to fully _____ radiculopathy ... _____of EMG abn
Complete thread -- Lumbar and sacral epidural steroid injection sm
Complete thread -- never mind. Must be gastroparesis - although he burped in the middle of the word...
Complete thread -- s/l an eyets ring or N E ets ring or s-ring curve at L2
Complete thread -- i flagged it..
Complete thread -- s/l PPD or PTD or PDD ???
Complete thread -- s/l 'past paresis' Patient with dyssynergic constipation. TIA
Complete thread -- and a single *A P P* of the pelvis showed no fractures
Complete thread -- I'm waiting for the introduction of "baby mama" and "baby daddy" into the mix! LOL!
Complete thread -- It seems that relationships are complicated these days and
Complete thread -- Me too, but I have heard it more referred to with same sex couples.
Complete thread -- never mind, had to send it along.
Complete thread -- crew made?
Complete thread -- actually, think it's: After speaking with the cardiologist, we had the
Complete thread -- MP3. patient recently status post cardiac cath, with discomfort at the groin site
Complete thread -- to both of you!
Complete thread -- I have some docs that say partner or significant other even with
Complete thread -- A significant other is your mate regardless of their sex. Usually for same sex couples.
Complete thread -- social hx: lives with her s/l significant others.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Stumbling, but "TIA that led to a left visual field cut."
Complete thread -- No problem. Reposted!
Complete thread -- reposting wav I sent for query below.
Complete thread -- Are you 100% sure on that?
Complete thread -- sorry didn't realize you posted a wav, please repost
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Repost your wav. I answered the one that posted over you....
Complete thread -- Best one tolerated was Lipitor some time ago.
Complete thread -- Arrow Dart
Complete thread -- s/l air dart angiocath was then inserted. Procedure; placement Aline.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- neurologic symptoms consistent with a right occipital TIA that __ left visual field
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Yes, sounds like TCDs to me...
Complete thread -- I sent a wav. Did you get a chance to listen?
Complete thread -- Maybe he is saying "TCD" (transcranial Doppler)?
Complete thread -- I also thought of that but it definitely sounds like either PCP or DCD or some combination
Complete thread -- ICPs (intracranial pressures)
Complete thread -- status post clipping of aneurysm. elevation of s/l DCDs postoperatively but never
Complete thread -- thanks grr
Complete thread -- oops..thanks poi
Complete thread -- Got it....."Titanium" plate. This guy's accent is horrible!
Complete thread -- collateral filling to the distal right coronary (not right distal right)
Complete thread -- 2. On relistening, perhaps he is dictating Xience the first time (then repeated second....
Complete thread -- 1. right near its 2. prosthesis? (not sure on this one) 3. advanced
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ____ (canyon?) plate for facial reconstruction...
Complete thread -- Look at all the MTs who don't know how to spell in an area of their own
Complete thread -- Never mind. It was "scheduled."
Complete thread -- must be postop knee replacement, I had one of those :)
Complete thread -- For alcohol withdrawal score more than 5, will consider "skidoo" with Valium.
Complete thread -- oooooooooooooooooooooh! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Continuous passive motion (CPM)
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- thanks, poi. I posted another wav with same word.
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get the last section, do you hear duties in there?
Complete thread -- Her knee is straight...
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- 2nd blank carbapenem
Complete thread -- s/l sectional disease, on hemodialysis
Complete thread -- Flagging just in case.
Complete thread -- Pt treated for MRSA w/vanco 125 mg by G-tube q.6 h. AND for /sm
Complete thread -- NSAID?
Complete thread -- Good thing I didn't send them in yet :)))
Complete thread -- It finally hit me!...MAL fasciotomy (medial and lateral). GEEZ!
Complete thread -- s/l colestin for s/l carba penim
Complete thread -- superior inferior epigastric vein
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- Pt with chronic foot pain. Plan: Renewed vicodin for 2 months. Given samples sm
Complete thread -- flap was then observed s/l "for low wall" the abdomen was closed.
Complete thread -- mL
Complete thread -- so, cell line was correct?
Complete thread -- regular rate and rhythm, very irregular??? can that be?
Complete thread -- s/l "SIEV" (or FIEV?) on either side was dissected free
Complete thread -- Oh yes I hear that now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like he is changing his mind from the posterior aspect
Complete thread -- ???? s/l your wav starts right on your s/l?
Complete thread -- Lateral pharyngeal walls were checked, the posterior aspect of the _____ and sm
Complete thread -- search - "status cephalalgicus" - did not match any documents.
Complete thread -- status cephalalgicus
Complete thread -- blood smears. ... according to the cell line involved (granulocytic, monocytic, lymphocyti
Complete thread -- cell count?
Complete thread -- Now that makes sense and is close to what I thought.
Complete thread -- btw, his accent is so thick that VR thought steroids was steel wires.
Complete thread -- wag here...acephalgic?
Complete thread -- pls sm
Complete thread -- Thanks nm.
Complete thread -- second time saying it, sounds more like "cephalaligus"...rats!
Complete thread -- ER patient with severe headache. doc dictates that it sounds ...
Complete thread -- Waldenström's macroglobulinemia (lymphoma)
Complete thread -- Past medical history: Acute and chronic renal failure. Multiple ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- properly
Complete thread -- could have been TVA, for tricuspid valve annuloplasty?
Complete thread -- closed reduction as well as percutaneous pinning
Complete thread -- Let us know if they give you a reply back. Now, I'm dying of curiosity!
Complete thread -- Let us know if they give you a reply back. Now, I'm dying of curiosity!
Complete thread -- Don't hold your breath on that one. If anything they're getting WORSE to save time.
Complete thread -- I had found another valid link too. Seems strange but ok.
Complete thread -- " IPSS can be relevant when used to examine women, as well as men."
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. I googled the first time, but apparently didn't do a good Job
Complete thread -- OxyContin, s/l "essertab," prednisone, Lyrica
Complete thread -- check link
Complete thread -- I think I found the same list. I am going to email for an explanation.
Complete thread -- Yeah, she had a hysterectomy.
Complete thread -- I think it is ok really. Google prostate symptom score women.
Complete thread -- I found some by Googling, but certainly nothing that would fit that particular
Complete thread -- endoscope was introduced through the esophagus, _____ hernia,
Complete thread -- any way to double check the gender, since they often misdictate
Complete thread -- Sent a report in with a flag. It sounded like CVA to me but nowhere in the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ohhh well, WalMart huh giggle
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Med/Surg is what it is called.
Complete thread -- granola.
Complete thread -- tp had yogurt and s/l granova
Complete thread -- i thought of surge after-thank you for confirming-wish doc would quit the short forms!
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Admit to Med/Surg (medical/surgical unit)
Complete thread -- Admit to ??med search Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- power of suggestion?? 88 segs it is =))
Complete thread -- Nah, I ignore the trouble makers.
Complete thread -- One letter off could be a simple typo. We all make them, at least the
Complete thread -- Yep..see my note to BB. This went out in a publication, you'd think nurses would know
Complete thread -- arch support for fascia strain
Complete thread -- You know that, I know that, most MT's know that but a bunch of advanced degree nurses? No.
Complete thread -- for liquid measurements (medications., etc., ) only. not mass. Is what the BoS says.
Complete thread -- inboxdollars "laughs all the way to the bank" at the suckers
Complete thread -- Wow! That could have slapped me in the face and I wouldn't have seen it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- necessitate.
Complete thread -- She has not had any neurological deficits that would suggest an intrac ...
Complete thread -- Versed and fentanyl?
Complete thread -- Versed and fentanyl?
Complete thread -- The patient will be administered MAC sedation with s/l vercet and stat ...
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for that.
Complete thread -- S/L neurocerebral sm
Complete thread -- Would that stay cc? is the question...sorry.
Complete thread -- Cardiac end-diastolic volume measurement is dictated as 121 cc.
Complete thread -- tracheostomized.
Complete thread -- Certainly not ours.
Complete thread -- So I take it that means you don't know what context is?
Complete thread -- 33,300 google hits show it become more popular, especially after the
Complete thread -- you're welcome!
Complete thread -- see if theophylline fits, but check dosage too
Complete thread -- yup that's it..thanks
Complete thread -- awwwwwwwwwww... I'm sorry that to some of us this job just means more.
Complete thread -- Gyrus is capped. electrode maybe?
Complete thread -- Nah, we can see he/she is just venting, hence the 'oy'. at least to me anyway.
Complete thread -- Procedure
Complete thread -- i'm going to flag it. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- myo? (muscle)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- you better read rules for posting or you'll get blasted, based on today's climate
Complete thread -- or epigastric?
Complete thread -- from the results of a nursing research group: Tracheostimized
Complete thread -- PS - thanks for listening and your input. I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- never mind, think he is saying "and perigastric varices"
Complete thread -- that's all I could hear too. I don't know what he means either.
Complete thread -- _____ global end. Don't know what it means tho nm
Complete thread -- s/l empiric, but doesn't make sense. plse sm
Complete thread -- ignore the nasties. The nasties started yesterday, been blastings all day, just wierdos
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, see message
Complete thread -- die
Complete thread -- thank very much
Complete thread -- dancer's?
Complete thread -- Your question was not helpful for getting an answer. If you want a good answer
Complete thread -- I mean Seroquel (it is capitalized).
Complete thread -- yes to offset (would suggest a fracture if there was an offset of the bone)
Complete thread -- seroquel???????
Complete thread -- If you don't get it, then I guess we don't either. If you don't understand the basic
Complete thread -- 61-y.o. male with mental retardation. Unable to communicate. Behavior problems. Med
Complete thread -- exam for fracture
Complete thread -- I still don't know how any of these comments were helpful to my question.
Complete thread -- A die-punch fracture typically occurs in the lunate fossa of the distal radius
Complete thread -- die n. , pl. , dies , or dice . pl. , dies . A device used for cutting out ...
Complete thread -- die n. , pl. , dies , or dice . pl. , dies . A device used for cutting out ...
Complete thread -- No. It means you don't know what context is.
Complete thread -- It means that the med. list could perhaps provide some context so I can help.
Complete thread -- die-punch fracture or dye-punch fracture - seen both- not sure
Complete thread -- No, it means you really don't grasp the concept of context.
Complete thread -- extensive?
Complete thread -- P.S. I found it myself. Thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- So I take it that means you don't know the answer and can't help??
Complete thread -- The medication list IS context.
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: s/l "bee-al-da".
Complete thread -- He's very clearly says malfasciotomy. Probably going to have to flag this one.
Complete thread -- plse sm, wondering about my use of capitals.
Complete thread -- colonoscopy for which she will be receiving a s/l "sensive" prep
Complete thread -- could "mal" be medial?
Complete thread -- malfasciotomy? Can't seem to verify this.
Complete thread -- I will, thanks so much
Complete thread -- There was no alternative to suggest. The way the OP had it was fine as was told to her.
Complete thread -- ?empty can (test)
Complete thread -- Never heard of it!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You can prevent it by offering a constructive alternative to what
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Synthroid can be 50 mcg or 0.05 mg. Synthroid is dosed in mcg but some doctors will
Complete thread -- ?88 segs?--listen for a number
Complete thread -- mg or mcg (SM)
Complete thread -- You're cracking me up. I'm worried that all that mess is getting posted as a reliable
Complete thread -- Better hope and pray you get the 1 in a million response that might be a right response
Complete thread -- you are worried about your own incoherency can tell your postings
Complete thread -- And no, the reply worth reading is the one who told you to put it in your word list/expand
Complete thread -- That's because they are condoning your laziness. Cheers to you!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you SO much - only response worth reading is yours and darlene's
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I guess they can't use the archives either. How strange.
Complete thread -- mechanical (guess)
Complete thread -- this is crazy. all of this over 1 question? darlene helped and it should have ended
Complete thread -- Perhaps you shouldn't use inboxdollars as a search engine while you are doing your MT work
Complete thread -- OP ignore their rudeness, it is not you, it is them
Complete thread -- Comes up for me too, with and without quotes. In archives too.
Complete thread -- I can't hear you!
Complete thread -- life is too short for all this "mess"
Complete thread -- I would think that saying that what someone else suggested that left incomplete and
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- i use "inboxdollars" as my search engine and not google so this is probably why it did not
Complete thread -- Considering she waited 9 minutes for an answer, plus the time it took
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as you have it.
Complete thread -- Comes up for me.
Complete thread -- come on, quit the snarking. Are you hear to help or hurt
Complete thread -- would u use a comma or semi colon before at which point and would u add another comma
Complete thread -- i did google for your info but it did NOT come up!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- orthopedics assessment s/l enthican assessment of supraspinatus
Complete thread -- Tip: Put this word in your word list or expander. S/l Rax s/b Racz and then you won't
Complete thread -- Exactly.
Complete thread -- nevermind - found it - Effient
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- If you had taken the time to google "rax catheter," your EXACT phrase, the answer would've
Complete thread -- that is it!!! thanks so much darlene!
Complete thread -- s/l rax catheter may be Racz?
Complete thread -- any suggestions?
Complete thread -- I can see the name of this catheter in my mind but cant remember how to spell it!
Complete thread -- And the "anyone's" question, let's not forget that one.
Complete thread -- accentuated
Complete thread -- Are you testing? You seem to be asking questions that are "newbie" style, i.e., 3-4 mm,
Complete thread -- initial trocar at the *palmers plant* and OG
Complete thread -- YES! The question was: How do you type it? Acom or acom, or ACOM?
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray 2-view was done, and it shows there are some infiltrates in the right
Complete thread -- pls help w/ medication. unable to document s/l efenent 30 mg daily
Complete thread -- apparently it is prothrombin time...and adh segs can't figure out
Complete thread -- esophageal hernia?
Complete thread -- good choice.
Complete thread -- i'll go with virtual resolution
Complete thread -- "V" sound quite audible
Complete thread -- might be trying to modify virtually.....
Complete thread -- You could do it as the OP did or use parentheses, but not start a new sentence that is not
Complete thread -- Thanks - that's what I thought. ...
Complete thread -- spatial resolution refers to the number of independent pixels
Complete thread -- Best regards - just like Sincerely yours
Complete thread -- "V" sound is very audible
Complete thread -- laughing laughing. She has not taken her meds today obviously, a bit off.
Complete thread -- I found spatial resolution in Cardio stedman
Complete thread -- After listening a few more times it sounds like it might be "live image." Thanks for your
Complete thread -- partial resolution of pneumonia?
Complete thread -- ahhhh... thanks very, very much
Complete thread -- survey? display? x-ray?
Complete thread -- Rapamune?
Complete thread -- The dictation is of an hour, multiple dictations, :(
Complete thread -- Best Regards or Best regards??
Complete thread -- irrigation
Complete thread -- irigation aspiration
Complete thread -- actually, I was just trying to get something constructive out of your post.
Complete thread -- cannot find what I/A or IA stands for in cataract surgery, sm
Complete thread -- Is there supposed to be a WAV file with this? First blank may be "in the realm of?"
Complete thread -- An 11-blade knife was used to make incision at the tip of the
Complete thread -- Remeron ??
Complete thread -- irrigating dictator
Complete thread -- What is proton 19.6?
Complete thread -- Medication s/l rapirome
Complete thread -- what is WBC with ADH segs
Complete thread -- Great- thanks all for your help...and fast =)
Complete thread -- transfer does not sound right?
Complete thread -- Would expand if allowed. and accessory just means additional similar labs
Complete thread -- Never noticed how funny that sounded lol. Hopefully nobody stepped on it either!
Complete thread -- k...could be didge, do i expand? Is accessory lab ok?
Complete thread -- dig? as in digoxin? usually sounds like "didge" level
Complete thread -- try dig - as in digoxin.
Complete thread -- had to laugh at the "tongue fell out" wonder if someone picked it up LOL
Complete thread -- never heard of accessory lab and 'ditch' level
Complete thread -- Found it....Oropharyngeal motility study Thanks!
Complete thread -- introduced through the esophagus, _____ hernia, stomach, pylorus into the second port
Complete thread -- Status post stroke. She had swallow and "OPMS" (spelled out) eval and
Complete thread -- I think the OP had it right as she had it. How would U do it????
Complete thread -- ACOM as the stent for the anterior communicating artery. It has nothing to
Complete thread -- So how would you do it?
Complete thread -- Pt with syncope x3 after tussive episodes. sm
Complete thread -- thanks for the response. Hope everything is okay.
Complete thread -- You sure shouldn't break it up making it incomplete and incoherent.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. sorry did not respond in a timely enough fashion for you. Had a
Complete thread -- or they get their answer and move on with not so much as a thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for lending me your ears ;)....I'll listen again.
Complete thread -- You just have NO clue. None at all. You have the serious problem. People here
Complete thread -- You just have NO clue. None at all. You have the serious problem. People here
Complete thread -- I know. You think they at least come back and look to see if anyone tried to answer. oh
Complete thread -- seems to be happening frequently lately, it would be nice to know if that helped s.m.
Complete thread -- are you the OP nm?
Complete thread -- hello jello, I see 2 posts to yours.
Complete thread -- phenol - anesthetic.
Complete thread -- don't see any feed back here???? helllooo jellloooo
Complete thread -- don't see any feed back here???? helllooo jellloooo
Complete thread -- I would use subcutaneous
Complete thread -- complete or incomplete???
Complete thread -- is that "Rita's colonoscopy was complete and was complemented by a barium enema.."
Complete thread -- 3-4 mm (no hyphen for metric-example: 3 mm poly but 3-inch polyps).
Complete thread -- no longer use the - for metric measurements. jmho I use 3 to 4 mm in diameter.
Complete thread -- endoscopically. ____ colonoscopy was ____ noted by a barium
Complete thread -- 3- to 4-mm or 3-4 mm?
Complete thread -- So how would you do it?
Complete thread -- is subcutaneal a word? See hits on Google. Use subcutaneous
Complete thread -- FWIW, see msg from archives
Complete thread -- Stedman's GU shows midrectal as 1 word. I agree
Complete thread -- I personally would do: penetrating mid rectal cancer - but
Complete thread -- tilt testing?
Complete thread -- mid-rectal or midrectal?
Complete thread -- s/l ? lip? s/m
Complete thread -- An incision was made after *s/l fima* was placed at the eardrum
Complete thread -- T2 Star
Complete thread -- thanks you all
Complete thread -- correct, ready explanation.
Complete thread -- Yes. Means that he doesn't know off hand, right there and then.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's correct.
Complete thread -- sorry, that was a cut/paste, I would not cap Star if using that.
Complete thread -- s/l a ready explanation for her symptoms
Complete thread -- T2* (also called T2 Star) is composed of molecular interactions (spin spin relaxation) and
Complete thread -- doc says T2 s/l star MRI ....type T2* or T2 star???
Complete thread -- as you have it
Complete thread -- anyone's - not sure what to do with this in a report??
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you.
Complete thread -- ulceration IN the stomach
Complete thread -- anterior communicating artery stent. Have you lost your mind?!!!
Complete thread -- 2+ equal and symmetric is fine
Complete thread -- That is not a sentence. I would not do it the way you show inside. It is not a sentence,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- for me, I would just cap Amylase as a new sentence to separate x-ray from other lab but sm
Complete thread -- hmm, I would either give it to him (if clear) or flag. Dictator knows, we don't.
Complete thread -- able to post a wav maybe?
Complete thread -- can't get IT but did not hear fluoxetine (nope, don't think so)maybe others can though
Complete thread -- fibrillation sm & link
Complete thread -- Dictated "reflexes are 2+ 2+ equal and symmetrical": Transcribed 2+/2+. see message
Complete thread -- NO! was not asking that at all! She ask ACOM how to type it.
Complete thread -- of bleeding at the moment of the *megaly* endoscopy.
Complete thread -- trazodone 50 mg _____ fluoxetine and the patient was able to go to
Complete thread -- sl "fibrillations"
Complete thread -- Punctuation thoughts? Does this look ok?
Complete thread -- your're right- tx
Complete thread -- Might check Neomed to see if he means NeilMed (sinus rinse).
Complete thread -- She is asking which abbreviation to use for anterior communicating artery!!!!
Complete thread -- I do it as ACom, but I think as long as you stay consistent, it is fine.
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- adjective: given a title or identifying name ("The book entitled `A Tale of Two Cities'")
Complete thread -- I believe titled, "namely" the documents
Complete thread -- any mention of the location of stent placement. This is kinda key nm
Complete thread -- sinusitis, pt uses s/l flyosin along with daily Neomed
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- is entitled okay or should it be titled?
Complete thread -- "Bonabi" protocol?
Complete thread -- Mine says "be that as it may" at least a dozen times in every dictations. LOL
Complete thread -- This guy wears me out! He says "at this point" 3 times in one sentence....ugh!!
Complete thread -- thanks for the help LiliK
Complete thread -- 3. s/l that is now shown on 01/25, etc.
Complete thread -- Does he say, "More recently, her blood pressures have been stable?"
Complete thread -- 1. episodes in the past of ____ dementia.
Complete thread -- 2. to wheel herself around.
Complete thread -- I find that it is an abbreviation for anterior communicating, so SM
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- big thanks
Complete thread -- s/l* acom stent. Doctor spells it
Complete thread -- There is some edema of both legs. _____ is adequate
Complete thread -- also, I don't think I hear "not" in does not smoke...?? could be me though...
Complete thread -- I hear he has 10 years of hyperlipidemia
Complete thread -- needs confirmation please
Complete thread -- actually went with your suggestion after I listened again, many thanks
Complete thread -- tyvm
Complete thread -- I'm actually hearing "which showed her heart function was normal"
Complete thread -- She had an echo, and said her heart function was normal.
Complete thread -- one last wav please - just needs confirmation on this one
Complete thread -- thanks soooo much!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm an idiot. MiniMed pump 722. See link.
Complete thread -- of course, thanks!
Complete thread -- Also Silhouette stuff at link, but still no clue about your s/l 72.
Complete thread -- Gradient was quite impressive and markedly increased?
Complete thread -- Gradient was quite impressive and markedly...
Complete thread -- Found MiniMed (see link) but unsure what the s/l 72 is...
Complete thread -- another posted wav please.. thank you!
Complete thread -- can't document either way...s/l MiniMed pump 72 or 7 to 2. see inside
Complete thread -- need some rest I guess, that was pretty clear. thanks!
Complete thread -- he spends most of his summer in Reno
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Could be "a ganglion" as in ganglion cyst...
Complete thread -- Consider "ganglion" (cyst)
Complete thread -- has history of *gandion*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ecchymosis is and ecchymoses are
Complete thread -- There is no ecchymoses
Complete thread -- can't get blank, but wonder if "support of care" is supportive care
Complete thread -- One of these..??
Complete thread -- med s/l metrocycline
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- Thats ridculous IMO.. sorry : ( Can you look up old reports by this guy? That
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- likely "has more difficulty doing toe raise in left" gastroc-soleus
Complete thread -- see link..I think he is saying "doxy prophylaxis" for doxycycline
Complete thread -- googling exact phrase "internal vascular ultrasound" gives
Complete thread -- thats it! thanks!
Complete thread -- fantastic! thanks!
Complete thread -- neuromusculoskeletal exam - difficulty s/l doing torrez Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- subarachnoid space
Complete thread -- We would do "A 0.5-mm ST depression" where I work.
Complete thread -- ... S3, S4, or murmur due to breath sounds
Complete thread -- oops, wrong spot
Complete thread -- Nissen fundoplication.
Complete thread -- Nissen fundoplication? but do check spelling on that!
Complete thread -- no, column, instead
Complete thread -- right anterior colon, sorry
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Thank you, but this is verbatim acct so have to leave it as is. I've never wrestled in...
Complete thread -- I was just going to suggest that. also, i would say "he understands" not "he is understand
Complete thread -- I found it. It is half Nelson. It's a wrestling maneuver.
Complete thread -- abduction, external rotation, and ___ (s/l half Nelson)....
Complete thread -- MRI results:C5-6 encroaching on the *superactonous boise* and bilateral foramina.
Complete thread -- how to write. A half millimeter ST depression or 0.5?
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- I found it yes it was seeding
Complete thread -- I don't know either??
Complete thread -- seeding?
Complete thread -- s/l seating? see below
Complete thread -- Heart: Regular rate. Can't assess "SVS" or murmur due to breath sounds.
Complete thread -- internal vascular vs intravascular...sm
Complete thread -- Super! Thanks for the quick reply.
Complete thread -- Post D and C, she will be given 3 days of "doxate" prophylaxis for infection.
Complete thread -- how about, "less depressed, with a less flat affect."
Complete thread -- I think it is more of an ESL trying to transcribe, rather than dictate
Complete thread -- I agree with airspace
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? less flat affect (sm)
Complete thread -- Bone flap for a chronic subdural hematoma
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- ok.
Complete thread -- thanks so much nm i am very grateful for your input!
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- "polymyotraumatic"?
Complete thread -- All together.She has those 3 things found. I'd certainly not do #2. carotids are in the
Complete thread -- would u keep this as 1 sentence or break it down to 2 sentences?
Complete thread -- well, yeah, there. :D
Complete thread -- If you're still referring to the exact same clinic, I'd keep capping. it is the same place
Complete thread -- Alfred E. Neuman, "It's a Gas."
Complete thread -- I am SO sorry this is SO late. had mishap with computer. Thank you ALL SO much for help!
Complete thread -- doc wants caps where caps should not be - who is correct ?
Complete thread -- The bloating is usually the least? of her ... and "a" gas???? never had it termed
Complete thread -- the first sentence makes absolutely no sense
Complete thread -- That is hardly a reputable source. Retrocessed is not word. sm
Complete thread -- lying.. she is laying books on a table. someone can be laying her onto the bed, but she is
Complete thread -- that would be blood dyscrasia.
Complete thread -- laying?
Complete thread -- leads to?
Complete thread -- bloating
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- That's it!!!! Thx :)
Complete thread -- it's about cardio,it sounded more like "blood discratia"?
Complete thread -- WAG ??angle of the jaw"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- pressure up two-thirds of the way of the ankle and the jaw???
Complete thread -- really need more context, but if doing eye exam, consider cup-to-disk ratio
Complete thread -- "blood disc ratio"?
Complete thread -- yes, IOW arising from that region of the brain.
Complete thread -- thanks WAG!
Complete thread -- epilepsy
Complete thread -- test
Complete thread -- Please stop.
Complete thread -- oh, jees. link to the whole thread is what I meant to put.
Complete thread -- another (better & simpler to understand) link illustrating above...
Complete thread -- (1 & 2) Yes. (3) comma after therefore optional.
Complete thread -- yw. glad you used it too, as that contributed to continuity of info and meaning.
Complete thread -- retrocessed and retroflexed are not "interchangeable." very different meanings.
Complete thread -- I also found it in a previous report after I sent it in so I'm glad I used it. Thanks .
Complete thread -- better link here (since above link mixes images up due to being on same page)
Complete thread -- ?interatrial septum
Complete thread -- That is a difference in meaning from retroflexed/retroverted, where the superior end is
Complete thread -- neural rim
Complete thread -- anterial septum
Complete thread -- Don't think so, but thanks very much.
Complete thread -- Never noted that before - all about the right accent on the right syallable.
Complete thread -- None of the sites on the first page of google are reliable sources..onelook does not sm
Complete thread -- 1. yes, 2. yes, 3. I'd put a comma after and: and, therefore, we.. 4. You're welcome!
Complete thread -- yes, it does :)
Complete thread -- funduscopic examination revealed small optic nerves w/ loss of inferior "raminal" OD
Complete thread -- frequently they dictate many "interchangable terms" retrocessed - retroflexed
Complete thread -- Yes, hyphenate. Everything else looks great!
Complete thread -- I have a few questions about punctuation. Pls help me?
Complete thread -- It does seem odd, doesn't it? :-)
Complete thread -- I understand you found it on Google. You can find many things on Google... I'
Complete thread -- I found it but posted it above instead of here accidentally.
Complete thread -- Oops, that was meant for below. Found it, it is retrocessed.
Complete thread -- etrocessed uterus: both the superior and inferior ends of the uterus are pushed poste
Complete thread -- very clear or not. I've never ever heard that in years of doing reports. It's your
Complete thread -- Flagging. He's so clear and he's not one I can guess with. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- retroverted uterus?
Complete thread -- He's very clear. Here's the full sentence. SM
Complete thread -- retroverted uterus (tilted uterus, tipped uterus) is a uterus that is ... "retroflexed": t
Complete thread -- hilar ?
Complete thread -- retroflexed? Where is this being used?? never heard that before.
Complete thread -- The uterus is s/l retrocessed. I only find 470 hits for this so wanted to check.
Complete thread -- for some reason I thought there would be a different spelling...second guessing too much.
Complete thread -- Thank you, for your help...it's much appreciated :)
Complete thread -- Never mind; it was a "dog ear" anteriorly fixed with a suture.
Complete thread -- Rotator cuff was pushed down.There was a "valvular" anteriorly fixed with a suture.
Complete thread -- invalid has 2 meanings; accent on second syllable adjective, accent on first syllable noun
Complete thread -- Why can it not be right? Invalid is a legit term. Check any dictionary
Complete thread -- Since you are new, I will help you with posting here
Complete thread -- Can you hear "Tanner" in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- Someone can indeed be an invalid after a stroke... not sure what your question is, sorry.
Complete thread -- free LEFT! Good grief. Sorry
Complete thread -- Help please: Invalid (correct spelling?) after a stroke...this can't be right.
Complete thread -- 3-month-old.
Complete thread -- Actually I used both ...
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray bilateral s/l "eller spes" opacities
Complete thread -- gynecology
Complete thread -- ok, think I got it, the "20" is "twin A" thanks
Complete thread -- Should add that's a WAG!!
Complete thread -- Maybe 35-week gestational age premie?
Complete thread -- confused what dr. means (child was born in October) pls sm
Complete thread -- ____(s/l free lift) radial graft to the distal right (CA).....
Complete thread -- I understand, but if he had said DeRoyal Stax splint, then we would KNOW.
Complete thread -- Don't be so hard on yourself..we all do it..no matter how long we've been in this biz.
Complete thread -- I feel so stupid. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I went with it only because there was nothing else that sounded like that. He is clear.
Complete thread -- Although your s/l reminds me of concomitance--doesn't really fit in context...
Complete thread -- Oops, typo--agree with word, commitments.
Complete thread -- committments
Complete thread -- conflicting schedules and other s/l contaminents, the patient XXXX was unable to pres
Complete thread -- Great question. Looks like that is the mathematical element that they used to create frac
Complete thread -- It must be. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- It sounds like iteration. Would that be correct? I looked it up and still can't
Complete thread -- That's a new one for me. TYVM.
Complete thread -- The patient has renal insufficiency, stage III. We discussed *medstra* 4 (or 40).
Complete thread -- ?Benemid
Complete thread -- Patient with gout. Takes "ben-i-mint" plus colchicine daily.
Complete thread -- OMG! There is nothing, not a darn thing to be"jealous" and she give horrible information,
Complete thread -- multiantigen?
Complete thread -- no hyphen in well developed in that usage.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- lol. keep telling yourself that. If it helps you guys sleep at night.
Complete thread -- basilic vein
Complete thread -- lol. keep telling yourself that. If it helps you guys sleep at night.
Complete thread -- hepatitis screen name - sm
Complete thread -- "Had an arteriogram - no, sorry, fistulogram performed."
Complete thread -- arteriovenous fistula created by "bass city vein throws" position
Complete thread -- AV fistulogram?
Complete thread -- arteriogram - then stuttering no, sorry, fistulogram?
Complete thread -- since we only KNOW what we are told, that would be never :)
Complete thread -- is that supposed to be one word? is anterior the first part?
Complete thread -- Tanner III
Complete thread -- End stage renal disease- Had an "are-tear-eee-ooo-gram-nah-know-czar-eee" fistulogram
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- gynecology
Complete thread -- Kinesio taping?
Complete thread -- I got it. It is Kinesio tape. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- S/L kenieshal tape
Complete thread -- You are "jealous", plain and simple. She gives good informative posts. Go away.
Complete thread -- NM. I think he may be saying quad tendon.
Complete thread -- Knee replacment surgery. Incision in the proximal *qua* tendon to help with...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll check that out further and listen again. : )
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- When I google just zimmer nexgen tapered. First thing has NexGen Precoat tapered tibial
Complete thread -- Amazing how you always defend her when she continually makes bad, bad, bad
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Consider who it is..
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with knee replacement terminology? Please
Complete thread -- gastrostomy tube placement *was usage*
Complete thread -- I think it is you who has a problem; I think so, how rude, ugly
Complete thread -- NM, moving on now.
Complete thread -- dorsal?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- yes - thanks so much
Complete thread -- not a he but may be saying having
Complete thread -- Bent 18-gauge spinal needle? ...
Complete thread -- Bent 18-guage spinal needle? ...
Complete thread -- piece was identified and *bent tay ten gay* spinal needle was placed
Complete thread -- Left breast lumpectomy. Surgeon says this and I want to make sure I typed
Complete thread -- muscle was dissected with *the clam* and divided
Complete thread -- s/l *ribosomal therapy*
Complete thread -- his? (if a he)
Complete thread -- CVA
Complete thread -- CT negative for *C T A*, but did show two right insular
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Will have to hold aspirin prior to _________ bronchoscopy and biopsy.
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- thoracic?
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- keying in on this incident?
Complete thread -- keying in on...meaning focusing on
Complete thread -- Could he just be stumbling on rectosigmoid?
Complete thread -- I appreciate the responses but there is no need to be insulting as  ...
Complete thread -- Patient with dementia: In the past she had accused her daughterof stea ...
Complete thread -- Except only use Brand name when you KNOW that is what is being referred to
Complete thread -- oops, here's the link
Complete thread -- see link...they make reference to tapping peritoneum for drainage..wonder
Complete thread -- He smokes one cigarette a day. Umm why?
Complete thread -- No, per Dorland's and Stedman's. Naboth, but nabothian.!
Complete thread -- There is a "stack splint" (no caps) but there is also a "Stax splint" for mallet finger
Complete thread -- could U B hearing...no evidence of disease present in vivo....??
Complete thread -- no per Stedman's Equip
Complete thread -- PET scan was performed demonstrating no evidence with disease present in s/l view-vo.
Complete thread -- ??McBurney thyroid retractor is listed in Stedman's Equip
Complete thread -- is stack splint for a mallet finger written in caps?
Complete thread -- Thanks to this?? Sorry, but this is not what he is saying. I hear JVP not raised.
Complete thread -- A *Mickley* retractor was used to retract superiorly identifying the sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Cervical?
Complete thread -- L4?
Complete thread -- x-rays of her neck and the *pal four* spine, but did not get the results
Complete thread -- Don't really know, but could it be IN s/l PD tubes?
Complete thread -- NM.....Apparently Integra Life Sciences makes a NeuraGen product as well
Complete thread -- JVP not raised.
Complete thread -- Most likely normal and heart sounds normal.
Complete thread -- CONTEXT
Complete thread -- no jaundice. JVP: _______ Cardiovascular system:
Complete thread -- Repair of radial digital nerve with s/l neurogen Thanks
Complete thread -- cough - guaifenesin
Complete thread -- maybe guaifenesin (ck sp) for the cough?
Complete thread -- Only Nabothian needs to be capitalized
Complete thread -- med s/l dufinocin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- THis may reflect a better diet. in #2 I think he is just stumbling and means s.m.
Complete thread -- Perforated cecum with [s/l brown wound]?
Complete thread -- Aha! TY I never used MedLexicon before.
Complete thread -- Darlene has problems with context. That is just how she is. Don't let it bother you.
Complete thread -- I just checked it, after saying that, and yes, it is in there. Also, do you
Complete thread -- TA=therapeutic abortion. Should be easy enough to look up. There is a box
Complete thread -- gravida 5, para 2, s/l TA1 SA2 patient. is that Ta, Sa?
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- Pt struck by car, now has free fluid in abdomen. sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- thank you :D
Complete thread -- nabothian cyst
Complete thread -- Oops, that was meant for below.
Complete thread -- cervix there was an elevation and it looked an s/l abovien cyst, I tried to open that
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- medical clearance for her cosmetic .....?
Complete thread -- believe the point/question was could weight that much & live
Complete thread -- could the word 'vestibule' be in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- True. any PE under neck or nodes. It is routine PE stuff.
Complete thread -- lymph nodes are hardly restricted to GYN/ONC also. You'd hear that in just about
Complete thread -- distended bladder, air in the subcutaneous ______ secondary to urethral trauma
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't mean to post 300 times.
Complete thread -- That is when you use a dictionary, not google, to differentiate.
Complete thread -- shot, like buckshot, as similar to BB shapes, shotty. You can do shoddy work, however.
Complete thread -- shot, like buckshot, as similar to BB shapes, shotty. You can do shoddy work, however.
Complete thread -- shot, like buckshot, as similar to BB shapes, shotty. You can do shoddy work, however.
Complete thread -- Shoddy means poor quality work. Shotty - think buckshot.
Complete thread -- I just had one dictate a blood pressure of 113/119.
Complete thread -- google redirects shoddy to shotty
Complete thread -- Ooops, I didn't see the 2007. Sorry - but still, could have gained it back or
Complete thread -- There are people who weigh more than that. We don't know how much she weighed at the start
Complete thread -- gynecological oncology
Complete thread -- thank you, both
Complete thread -- No, she already HAD gastric bypass. Not sure why you corrected
Complete thread -- patient IS having gastric bypass. Sure I have seen on TV weigh more
Complete thread -- There is a Huber needle but not sure of history sooo guess sm
Complete thread -- Not much to do but flag. Yes, it's possible to weigh even more
Complete thread -- pedorthotist?
Complete thread -- Not sure what to do with this one...
Complete thread -- did ya find it? Dmax radiation dose is the depth at which 100% of the prescribed radiation
Complete thread -- process partially submucosal in the *recto rectosigmoid*.
Complete thread -- I hear -- aortic root 35 nm
Complete thread -- ahh then, right off top of head D would be "dose" I bet
Complete thread -- s/l ALG is prob ELG endoluminal graft/grafting sm
Complete thread -- can't hear CABG?
Complete thread -- the only thing I find is ELG (electrolaryngograph) (going to flag, not sure)
Complete thread -- to the point there was *diffuse* of the pericardium
Complete thread -- Well, I'm just going to flag this and move on.
Complete thread -- I hear ...pulmonary valve & no pulmonary insufficiency nm
Complete thread -- Need to expand - ALG or maybe ELG?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Procedure: Fat pad biopsy from abdominal wall. In description, he says
Complete thread -- Sorry - it is radiation oncology, Dmax therapy.
Complete thread -- all I can think of e mitte score may be TIMI score?
Complete thread -- dimple
Complete thread -- s/l ? dim point?
Complete thread -- pedorthist
Complete thread -- The 3rd edition says to use half normal saline and quarter normal saline, actually, not
Complete thread -- emitting?
Complete thread -- s/l ovacytes may be ? oocytes sm
Complete thread -- s/l podorthatist - sm
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- thank you That's why the BOS says to use normal saline, one half and one quarter, not 25%
Complete thread -- really should be done as quarter-normal saline, not one-quarter,
Complete thread -- Incorrect. sm
Complete thread -- Cardiology note. His functional status is *ee-mittees* scores of 3 to 4. Please
Complete thread -- D5 0.25 normal saline - D5 0.25% normal saline (NS)
Complete thread -- another possibility is medial
Complete thread -- maybe s/l met is - mid Achilles tendon(a guess) sm
Complete thread -- maybe rotator cuff surgery?
Complete thread -- asymptomatic??
Complete thread -- if he clearly says 'met', then I'd clearly flag it.
Complete thread -- Medicine is large field. Best to copy/paste info. I've heard of Tmax and Cmax sm
Complete thread -- could it be mid Achilles?
Complete thread -- No clue exactly what you're exactly referring to, but I found this, if this isn't it, then
Complete thread -- D5 one-quarter (normal saline) with 2 amps of bicarb
Complete thread -- s/l (clearly said) metachilles tendon-already checked Wheeless
Complete thread -- Is this how you would type this? If not, please advise. thanks
Complete thread -- I am getting Huber needle
Complete thread -- Dmax - what is the correct way to type this?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind - saying v-a-g-a-l-e !
Complete thread -- s/l glomus veg-AL-ee (hard g). Dr. spells v-h-e-a-l-e ...
Complete thread -- Me again. Misread, and now I understand your post. :) Sorry!
Complete thread -- me too...lol I think she just made it shorter.
Complete thread -- I appreciate your opinion. I was thinking 2 independent
Complete thread -- I appreciate your opinion. I was thinking 2 independent
Complete thread -- I keep thinking it should be "ova and parasites"??
Complete thread -- It is clarified in the 3rd Ed for you. "PER SI convention and metric standards, no
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- s/l ovacytes?
Complete thread -- Wondering if you would punctuation the same or differently.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l "ary-on-nyst" injectible for patient with multiple myeloma and hemolytic anemia
Complete thread -- TYPO!!! Apligraf
Complete thread -- u rock! thanks!
Complete thread -- ??Apligraft?? Some of my wound docs use this.
Complete thread -- oops here is the PubMed link
Complete thread -- see link...on the 1st s/l note the PubMed hits ask
Complete thread -- Patient would benefit from superficial debridement and skin graft for the wound; howe
Complete thread -- Not a procedure note. It is a history and physical. see message
Complete thread -- I understand...but when I googled, urostomy is a term used
Complete thread -- for the 2nd, additional context may point us in the
Complete thread -- but "stoma" is repeated at the end of the sentence.
Complete thread -- for the 1st...??urostomy??
Complete thread -- WAG ??get-about scooter??
Complete thread -- I know it is, but the 3rd edition has now changed that.
Complete thread -- This is so confusing. see message
Complete thread -- No hyphen with compound modifiers with metric measurements, but 1-2 cm as a range.
Complete thread -- s/l *urostoma and uterendoscopy* Thanks!
Complete thread -- book of style question. see message. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Ok, got right SHOULDER out of fell-der. Also same thing for the left shoulder.
Complete thread -- Patient with DVTs. Has had 2 knee replacements and right "fell der wit it a calf"
Complete thread -- s/l complifunctional tissue of thyroid Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- lies
Complete thread -- got it...balloon rocket
Complete thread -- s/l asodinic Dupuytren's cord - Thanks
Complete thread -- I believe that steal is correct, as in there was a branch 'Stealing' from the graft.
Complete thread -- Social History: His wife uses a s/l giveout scooter? (Ortho consult)
Complete thread -- now it sounds like she is saying *loom rocket*. thanks
Complete thread -- The patient had epistaxis.
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- lays/lies
Complete thread -- The _______valve is not well seen ________insufficiency. There is no ...
Complete thread -- LV diastolic is 43, systolic is 30, septal is 12 _____ 35, EF 65%. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- no caps anywhere
Complete thread -- Is red man syndrome written like this or first initials capitalized?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- alae nasi.
Complete thread -- can you hear OC in there? Maybe new heading is oral cavity?
Complete thread -- well, she said Lips and buccal mucosa dry. without giving a heading.
Complete thread -- new wav, same dictator, same patient.
Complete thread -- I agree, heard LY, just couldn't figure out what it was...
Complete thread -- I'm right there with you, just cannot figure out what that LY is. oh well. she says it
Complete thread -- MS (musculoskeletal)/ (slash) skin (slash) ___ (slash) lymph
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- The patient notes an hour after she takes her medication she feels somewhat lightheaded ..
Complete thread -- thanks poi.. i'm pretty sure on "minimally congested" though :D
Complete thread -- that an hour (correction)
Complete thread -- I also think he is saying "mentally congested" (whatever that means!)
Complete thread -- an hour after she takes the medication
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Just did another sllloowww listen. :) He is saying multiphase-- thank you so much, Oasis!
Complete thread -- LiliK-- thank you for looking! Oasis-- I think you might be right, but he is
Complete thread -- He said it was like a zit (pimple)...
Complete thread -- 3-4 days
Complete thread -- multiphasic?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- I can find multi-detector and multi-slice (probably same as you did). Sorry.
Complete thread -- Colon cancer-- s/l multi-fitted CT ?? Thank you!
Complete thread -- Never mind, found it.
Complete thread -- Synthes s/l "four point" screwdriver.
Complete thread -- Could also be Visicol, though...
Complete thread -- Surgeon spells "componens" 3 times in the course of ex-lap. Can't document.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- wonder if saying, Potassium in the ER was 7.2, elevated.
Complete thread -- Nolvadex
Complete thread -- Here is the PMH
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Nelfadex 20 mg?
Complete thread -- do some docs pronounce it like bisacol. I was thinking bisacodyl but didn't sound like it
Complete thread -- s/l sufficiency is prob... sensitive or sensitivity sm
Complete thread -- bisacodyl
Complete thread -- will flag.
Complete thread -- ICM. idiopathic or ischemic cardiomyopathy ...sm
Complete thread -- Mine say it like that since all three are associated with CHF at times.
Complete thread -- medication s/l Bisacol
Complete thread -- what came right after. Maybe the doc was starting to say something and just blanked out a
Complete thread -- Urine culture
Complete thread -- That's what I was saying. It looks like "wet" doesn't make sense and is something else.
Complete thread -- The patient "missed" dialysis. and they're asking about the word as it relates elsewhere.
Complete thread -- I would spell it as "she" wants. "Her report." May be the spelling in another country sm
Complete thread -- dialysis based upon a patient?s wet and dry weights sm link look over the phrases there
Complete thread -- Patient missed dialysis. Potassium in the ER was 7.2 and s/l wet or red.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It would seem okay to include negative ROS statements separated by
Complete thread -- comma.....
Complete thread -- I think it must be dextromethorphan-just pronouncing wrong
Complete thread -- Not enough info, good idea to be certain on drugs & allergies, so flag sm
Complete thread -- Actually, sounds more like "li-tara or li-cara"...
Complete thread -- dextromomorphans tho not sure of sp and best not to guess on allergies
Complete thread -- DARN, I misspelled it!!! Sooo sorry.... fabella (Latin for little bean)
Complete thread -- fabella
Complete thread -- fabella is a sesamoid bone located inside the gastrocnemius lateral head tendon on the pos
Complete thread -- Now I can hear the "f". Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I'd think that should be allergy to dextromethorphan.. Strattera??? what are the diagnoses
Complete thread -- If this is the knee only, patella? Only other thing that comes to mind is glabella sm
Complete thread -- fla·bel·lum (fl -b l m). n. pl. fla·bel·la (-b l ). A fan-shaped anatomical structure.
Complete thread -- Medication help...
Complete thread -- Need help with word please...
Complete thread -- oh come on. Plenty of information given to make a search if skilled
Complete thread -- Agree with below, definitely should be healthy-looking
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- We used a s/l Cevatome to clear slcerotic bone within the region.tq
Complete thread -- Thanks, that is what I thought.
Complete thread -- This is wrong. Thanks Darlene.
Complete thread -- ? colloid (check)
Complete thread -- Flonase® (fluticasone propionate) Nasal Spray, 50 mcg... even dose matches.
Complete thread -- HAIR-AN syndrome is an acronym for an unusual multisystem disorder in women that consists
Complete thread -- I agree with would, and is indicated,
Complete thread -- 500 mL cyrstalloid, 1000 mL s/l calloid? knee surgery.
Complete thread -- HAIRAN and also found Hair-An
Complete thread -- Cushing?
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- PCOS. Suspect s/l haring syndrome. Hair growth on face and severe acn
Complete thread -- Of course it is. That was a stupid one on my part. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- S/L heel lift wood sm
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- Oh Lord....both her elbows......
Complete thread -- That is what I was thinking, but it doesn't sound quite like it. Going to flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Elbow pain. Pt has pain in the s/l volt of her elbow.
Complete thread -- left lateral tilt.
Complete thread -- to the left. High left shoulder....
Complete thread -- tilt. (the patient's head it tilted to the left side)
Complete thread -- Just a guess but fluticasone which is an inhaler. ????
Complete thread -- WAV sent sm
Complete thread -- Pt with asthma, emphysema, kidney disease, and HTN. Med s/l flu kid a zone 50 mcg
Complete thread -- +1
Complete thread -- proximal
Complete thread -- Paroxysmal or proximal?
Complete thread -- curious as to where you verified it the first time?
Complete thread -- been transcribing "cryo clamp" for years - just found out Crile clamp!
Complete thread -- Microcatheterization sm
Complete thread -- Neither. I would think microcalcification
Complete thread -- Per Gregg Reference Manual, when a compound adjective consists of an (sm)
Complete thread -- transplants take renal(kidney) (immuno)suppressant (medications) to prevent rejection
Complete thread -- How about it? Healthy is still an adjective when you use it.
Complete thread -- I would let her know I'd be happy to spell it her way but show her sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, Mgt.
Complete thread -- How about Healthy looking male.
Complete thread -- Agreed, I still flagged just in case. Thanks
Complete thread -- probably arterial pulses.
Complete thread -- Flagging
Complete thread -- Dictated: "CARDIOVASCULAR: Bilateral upper and lower extremities are present."
Complete thread -- actually, was asking for the med list as dictated, as asked, what came before and after, b
Complete thread -- yes, healthy is an adj, not an adverb.
Complete thread -- healthy looking
Complete thread -- healthy-looking or healthy looking?
Complete thread -- microcatheterization or micro catheterization? Embolization views show
Complete thread -- actually, they did give more info. Please read "more info" post.
Complete thread -- No way to guess. Trial prob blinded; even doc won't know til code broken if pt rec'd 'roid
Complete thread -- agreed
Complete thread -- thanks very much.
Complete thread -- Not correct. According to BOS 3rd Edition, no longer do you hyphen metric
Complete thread -- O&P ova and parasites
Complete thread -- Okay. I see you got it, you think. but .... will you please read rules 4 posters.
Complete thread -- stool test help - sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Dive
Complete thread -- had an initial s/l "dive" in the hyperbaric chamber
Complete thread -- Correct (nm)
Complete thread -- Think i got it - pramipexole.
Complete thread -- There was a 3- to 4-mm diameter polyp. Correct?
Complete thread -- Its listed as a medication.
Complete thread -- maybe 2 medications... something and Paxil? what's the context, before and after?
Complete thread -- More info on this patient...see message
Complete thread -- name of medication s/l "prem-eee-packs-illl" 1 mg once a day
Complete thread -- Disregard..I see it can be either/or
Complete thread -- thanks. ESL so the word wasn't so clear, but I'm pretty sure that was what he said.
Complete thread -- also it should be conjoined tendon (I think)
Complete thread -- Oops. hit enter. I was going to also suggest maybe stage something...
Complete thread -- it could as it can refer to changes of misfortune over a journey or time..I'm
Complete thread -- You
Complete thread -- also It should be medialmost (one word) as most is a suffix in
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- does odyssey make sense in this context?
Complete thread -- Oh, maybe it's stage FIGO III (the letters spelled out)?
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like it.
Complete thread -- "state" may be "stage"
Complete thread -- Yes, I've heard that before in that context -- the tail of the mesh.
Complete thread -- You can google the packaging ( use the IMAGES tab) and print off the box and send
Complete thread -- I find that sometimes just taking out the usb and blowing on it and into the port clears
Complete thread -- most portion of the *tail* dissected first
Complete thread -- Did you check to see if it is running low on food? LOL. J/K. Bad connection?
Complete thread -- second time time.. see message
Complete thread -- tilting?
Complete thread -- antenatal late preterm steroids trial with s/l "sevey draws it"
Complete thread -- hemangiomata?
Complete thread -- gynecological oncology
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- he uses his hands for his job.
Complete thread -- seems to me like the dictator is stating that he is capable of manual labor, active in
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Oops, this is under social history. Pt seen in rheumatology clinic.
Complete thread -- He works in the post office. He is *manually* active. He does not smoke.
Complete thread -- MRI report, "L3-4, L4-5, and L5-S1, high signal consistent with s/l hemangiomava?
Complete thread -- without any major limp or *lifting*of his spine
Complete thread -- NM - it is lamina papyracea
Complete thread -- bleb? ...
Complete thread -- I would spell it correctly but give her an explanation with documentation
Complete thread -- bleb? ...
Complete thread -- yes they were, as "number next" (#3 and #4) in medication list
Complete thread -- s/l blet. pulmonary report. dr dictates twice. SM for context
Complete thread -- Kristalose
Complete thread -- May be
Complete thread -- Just curious, were these dictated one right after the other?
Complete thread -- Maybe "plus atenolol"? WAG.
Complete thread -- Medication s/l
Complete thread -- not sure whether to flag or not, plse sm
Complete thread -- I would go with a 4 cm diameter ...
Complete thread -- nvm I got part of it
Complete thread -- dehiscent "mando pa free sha"
Complete thread -- will flag, BUT...
Complete thread -- And just in case not a typo, "history of medical noncompliance" is a separate dx.
Complete thread -- Nice site for medical abbreviations at link.
Complete thread -- Perhaps ischemic cardiomyopathy....
Complete thread -- sounds right-thanks
Complete thread -- ICM with EF of 40% history of medical noncompliance.
Complete thread -- i would think 4-cm-diameter, and "and adenoma-appearing", and everything else looks good
Complete thread -- punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- physis = growth plates. epiphysis is one of them. I'd not change it. leave it or flag it.
Complete thread -- yes. TY
Complete thread -- and the noun here was diverticular disease (also was the subject)
Complete thread -- thank you- I will change that
Complete thread -- Hemovac?
Complete thread -- because mild-to-moderate was modifing a noun is why
Complete thread -- okay...thank u!
Complete thread -- VON is set to monitor her s/l imovac and will be discontinued if draining less than
Complete thread -- epiphysis is what is meant
Complete thread -- It's fine as he dictated it. Usuall would hear behind the white line of Toldt, but it's
Complete thread -- Is physis correct?
Complete thread -- doc dictated Toldt's line.... I see line of Toldt... is his acceptable?
Complete thread -- The S/L for sure, but then depending on that maybe it isn't all one se ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- See message and link
Complete thread -- Maybe kypholordotic curvature. Than makes sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks! Can you give me a rule to help understand why mild to moderate was hypenated too?
Complete thread -- mild-to-moderate right- and left-sided...
Complete thread -- Vicryl ??
Complete thread -- ? on punctuation...
Complete thread -- subcutaneous ____ s/l vigrol
Complete thread -- only thing that comes to mind is kypho-lordosis (adj lordotic)..google to
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- hepatomegaly is something docs pretty commonly examine by "feel."
Complete thread -- CoA reductase inhibitor
Complete thread -- Maybe Co-A reductase inhibitors?
Complete thread -- Now it s/l ko-lary
Complete thread -- Hypertension. Pt refuses any s/l colace inductace inhibitors.
Complete thread -- s/l patomegaly?
Complete thread -- See if anything in the list on the right side of this page helps. See link.
Complete thread -- gynecological oncology
Complete thread -- I am not sure I understand the question. Which part are you unsure of?
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of asthma and diagnosed with ichthyosis with ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Bayer Aspirin per Quick Look Drug Book nm
Complete thread -- bulliferous may be multiparous, 2nd s/l maybe ovarian? germ cell tumors
Complete thread -- Hp-PAC per Quick Look Drug Book nm
Complete thread -- As I go on further in dictation, person has sleep poroblems, so I guess it is Nuvigil. nm
Complete thread -- is Aspirin capitalized if the drug is dictated as Bayer Aspirin?
Complete thread -- S/L hypolordotic sm
Complete thread -- HP Pack or HP-Pack or HP Pac
Complete thread -- gynecological oncology
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- No licensed M.D. or D.O. in PA that I could find at
Complete thread -- another wav please help
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- S/L Nuvigil sm
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks I will
Complete thread -- 1st = Zithromax. 2nd= multiple admissions for COPD. 3rd = STDs
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I still would flag as I believe he misspoke
Complete thread -- thanks Tess
Complete thread -- Thanks all, but as I said, I clearly hear "on renal suppressants."
Complete thread -- I hear this now too...."the comorbidity of BPH". Trying to document "coagulopathic", does
Complete thread -- any idea what specialty or town? Pgh perhaps?
Complete thread -- I really agree with you on this.
Complete thread -- it is - and with the comorbidity of BPH
Complete thread -- issue was felt to be secondary mostly - I did not catch that.
Complete thread -- Thanks!! septated appears in the Ob-Gyn terms so that must be it. ...
Complete thread -- Tab-A ??
Complete thread -- I think adrenal suppression is more likely than he totally goofed up immunosuppressant.
Complete thread -- but are they really suppressing the "renal??
Complete thread -- I hear "issue was felt to be secondary mostly to the constipation. However,
Complete thread -- content of Glucerna is 56 g/L of monounsaturated fatty acids,
Complete thread -- I'm finding this...
Complete thread -- I'm finding this...
Complete thread -- That's a good idea and could fit. Thanks! I will suggest it but flag it.
Complete thread -- maybe it is adrenal suppression
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania: Dr. Elijah Rah. Cannot verify. Dr. spells Rah (last name).
Complete thread -- NM, later he says "immunosuppressant," I'm changing the first for him.
Complete thread -- tyvm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- renal transplant patient on "renal suppressant." Heard crystal clear. Would you
Complete thread -- I like septated
Complete thread -- is it A/B laboratories (as in hepatitis A/B)
Complete thread -- follow-up arrangement
Complete thread -- subtended
Complete thread -- septated ?
Complete thread -- sorry, ignore the something in that one above
Complete thread -- with the comorbidity something of BPH, and he had a Foley catheter pla ...
Complete thread -- gynecological oncology
Complete thread -- tx. will be flagging
Complete thread -- elevation and ___ to the foot.
Complete thread -- New GI doc for me. He says what s/l AB laboratories.
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- don't hear wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks all. It probably is someone's name, just thought possibly a group or center
Complete thread -- nope -
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I think I can hear shrivled up which makes more sense to me... I think
Complete thread -- found this 4th paragraph.-not sure, but shearing up would seem to mean a pulling up sm
Complete thread -- could be the name Shoshawna (sp??)
Complete thread -- would you put commas around henc like this?
Complete thread -- Patient in for preop prior to hernia repair.
Complete thread -- rheumatoid lung
Complete thread -- long should be LUNG
Complete thread -- 1st= "between". 2nd = "_____ evacuated the hematoma on.."
Complete thread -- looks like that MD is pediatrics MD if that helps.
Complete thread -- have never heard it put this way-make sense?
Complete thread -- any chance it is this?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sutures were used in the incision. *Corkscrew* was used to reapproximate the
Complete thread -- insulin sliding scale supplied by s/l shuh-shawnuh....anyone know
Complete thread -- 15-degree blade *troke hours* away
Complete thread -- Hydrocelectomy of left testicle with *shearing up* of the tunica vaginalis
Complete thread -- Ignore the vaginal too!
Complete thread -- ignore my gel.
Complete thread -- Okay then, lol, vaginal is probably not what your word is. I swear I hear bonbon like you
Complete thread -- jaw is incorrect, my guess is gel. Vaginal warts?
Complete thread -- It may have S/L *erosus
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- Procedure
Complete thread -- surgical loop?
Complete thread -- aztreonam?
Complete thread -- ichthyosis, psoriasis. Cirrhosis is liver.
Complete thread -- What kind of procedure is it, i.e. location. I think I hear "vaginal ____" on the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- Hint. go to onelook and put poly*gitis and you will have your answer
Complete thread -- Did you even google your phrase of microscopic polyangitis?
Complete thread -- Context needed.
Complete thread -- Pt admitted with SOB with hx of microscopic s/l poly angitis.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! That's it! :)
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- Vimovo
Complete thread -- I did a Google search both ways.
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of asthma and diagnosed with ichthyosis with ...
Complete thread -- I think g a p f j o had it much earlier mgt
Complete thread -- medication help? Thanks!
Complete thread -- Just type retention cyst into "search" box above.
Complete thread -- Might have been discussed in archives (link above). Did you try that?
Complete thread -- After this, _____ was placed .... the cyst and _____ were then dipped
Complete thread -- The slit-lamp examination showed an early cataract on the right and
Complete thread -- Feeds were started with Glucerna at *56* an hour with PEG.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the proximal and distal phalanx of the thumb. (should this be phalanges?)
Complete thread -- Is it "mucus" retention cyst or "mucous" retention cyst, pls help I see both. tanks
Complete thread -- I found incudostapedial finally. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Other information? Other diagnoses, symptoms, medications?
Complete thread -- incus and stapes
Complete thread -- re-ulcerating?
Complete thread -- The middle ear was entered inferiorly. The s/l incu-stipital joint was identified
Complete thread -- can't get the blank, but gotta luv the way docs talk, it sounds like his pants were s.m.
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- The patient presents today for after _____ last Friday.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- in list of admitting diagnoses. s/l * bell gazer's syndrome.
Complete thread -- Cayston - used to improve respiratory symptoms in people with cystic fibrosis
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- For the 2nd one-- I see a lot of - Q-Tip, cotton swab, cotton tipped applicator..Not your
Complete thread -- A patient with cystic fibrosis. on s/l acastin or kasten...sm
Complete thread -- correcting himself - after we worked our way around the tumor
Complete thread -- niggling
Complete thread -- Just a guess. "After we worked circumferentially around the tumor.." I hear "took" as you
Complete thread -- s/l ? neageling? s/m
Complete thread -- It's there now.
Complete thread -- After this, *surgical loupe* was placed inside .... and *magical bon bons* were then
Complete thread -- wave
Complete thread -- After we took ____ tumor and came underneath it
Complete thread -- fashion overlying just the *corticectomy planned to take out*.
Complete thread -- xerotic-appearing? psoriatic-appearing?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- She has s/l *sorotic appearing facies.
Complete thread -- s/l non-eplisial
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav and sm. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I would not know how, only started using this site 3 days ago
Complete thread -- Yep, just got it.
Complete thread -- Neurontin?
Complete thread -- Maybe the definition of retrolisthesis will help: posterior slippage of one vertebra onto
Complete thread -- retrolisthesis at L2 on L3 (on or and?) can't hear it well .
Complete thread -- Plavix, Tegretol, *lorontin*, Zantac, Augmentin
Complete thread -- Feosol (iron)...put your s/l into the phonetic function of drugs.com
Complete thread -- In list of medications: s/l Fiosal, pheosol ???? ...
Complete thread -- name of medication s/l "sah-lee-a" or "zah-lee-a" or "ah-lee-a"
Complete thread -- pill-rolling (tremor)
Complete thread -- Neuro exam; pt seems somewhat s/l "pill-wrong" - please sm. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks! it is antiphosphatidylserine.
Complete thread -- LabCorp has something called antiphosphatidylserine, but do check
Complete thread -- thanks lev
Complete thread -- the supply she was wanting
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- s/l antiphosphotetelserian IgG. SM for context.
Complete thread -- went with this one... thanks
Complete thread -- probably "a dizzy Lizzie"
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- lol.. nope not the patient's name too.. patient is narrating she'd been called
Complete thread -- If you're looking for a rhyming sound, I would go with Lizzie.
Complete thread -- word help please
Complete thread -- With no context given, how exactly are WE supposed to know?
Complete thread -- (Oh, dem cussed docs! I FEEL for you, even though I don't know the drug here...
Complete thread -- airpro inhalation, is he reversing ProAir? tq
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yep, check account specs. I'm not allowed to cap depts., which I dislike.
Complete thread -- account spec, we usually cap all department names.
Complete thread -- account spec, we usually cap all department names.
Complete thread -- doc said to cap Pediatric Dermatology but it should NOT be capped right?
Complete thread -- Yes. It's awkward dictation, but you did a good job with it.
Complete thread -- would you put a comma where i have in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Bystolic (10 mg please scratch it) 1 milligram
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hydrochloroquine (should be hydroxychloroquine?); q weekly.
Complete thread -- Medications: Bystolic 10 milligrams, _____1 milligram, _____chloroqui ...
Complete thread -- whom (if you can substitute "hiM" = whoM; been waiting for him, not
Complete thread -- who or whom?
Complete thread -- thank you so much Mgt. you are always my lifesaver! :) also ty for catching the paedic &
Complete thread -- Mgt
Complete thread -- for your reply.
Complete thread -- There were marbled streaks which appeared like purulent drainage = my take.
Complete thread -- my vote is for "tract" (a monorail, single fistula,) not a "RR track" (2 rails)
Complete thread -- There was s/l more bold streaks which appeared like purulent drainage.Marble streaks?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link, sm!
Complete thread -- knee wound: there was a sinus s/l tract on the inferior part of wound. tq
Complete thread -- 1st comment: both "-paedic" & "-pedic"? just wondering,... SM
Complete thread -- slightly off topic: From the same site, a very specific MT-related question they answered
Complete thread -- doc signs off on her letters the same way each time. is this typed correctly or shou
Complete thread -- yw. if you don't have a Gregg Reference Manual (which I do recommend; might be able to
Complete thread -- Thanks for this new (to me, anyhow) clause info source!
Complete thread -- WOW! this is a great link. TY TY TY
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- btw, the highlighted terms in blue letters are links to other helpful sections on the site
Complete thread -- those aren't independent clauses. see link
Complete thread -- is a comma needed here or only if there are 2 separate sentences?
Complete thread -- thank you sm
Complete thread -- Looks good to me if you have to keep it verbatim. You've separated
Complete thread -- is my punct correct here?
Complete thread -- It isn't Howmedica, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for this "new-to-me" info. Going there now to understand...:-)
Complete thread -- (I'm thinking on it) ("dinge"="thing)("an"="on the")(Ich bin denken="I been thinking")
Complete thread -- a big guess, but Howmedica as in the name of the company?
Complete thread -- hmmm... if I lived and worked in Germany, .... :(
Complete thread -- Mgt, this is used in the sense of freeing up the surrounding tissue in surgery
Complete thread -- a s/l "how big foot" guide to place a guidepin for a tibial tunnel.
Complete thread -- Got it. He said we did an elevated periosteum. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks. Ich bin denken an der dinge.......hmm......
Complete thread -- Sorry, but respectfully disagree. I see no definiton for franchise that is even close
Complete thread -- zone of periosteum. ... metatarsal, we elevated? Might have helped to have the beginning
Complete thread -- (I'm suspecting "franchise" here is as worthy as is "purchase" for secure screw seating in
Complete thread -- could be, or excise, or something. maybe she could access a former report by the doctor.
Complete thread -- That was supposed to be WAV file.
Complete thread -- We then extended the incision along the medial aspect of her 1st metatarsal sm
Complete thread -- Could the s/l possibly be "incise" instead of "franchise"?
Complete thread -- I hope OP returns one final time; believe you have it, poi!
Complete thread -- should be visualize or some form of access the site. franchise makes no sense no way
Complete thread -- Oops, spelled "disenfranchise," the hernia sac was "deprived" of its 3x6" fat glob "was
Complete thread -- "disinfranchise" could work.....???
Complete thread -- Trying to say go to One Look and then to Merriam-Webster for meaning sm
Complete thread -- o to
Complete thread -- 'franchise' makes no sense here; could it possibly be 'visualize'?
Complete thread -- beats me where I got a letter was being done??
Complete thread -- down into the hernia sac which, once I was able to s/l "franchise,"
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- 2nd blank, progressively lower liver function tests. Thanks nm for 1st blank help.
Complete thread -- i did google, but with wrong spelling, nitrozime, thanks for spelling and help
Complete thread -- Nitrazine - try googling...
Complete thread -- s/l nitrazime and 2nd blank s/l lubelering or globelaring
Complete thread -- whatever he dictated, don't know there's any difference, especially since he says compres
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- surgery
Complete thread -- Then of course she should go with the generic term since there
Complete thread -- ESL DOC...33 secs of not hearing/understand what's said.
Complete thread -- Box Curette. Item No. ME558. T-Handle. Item No. ME566. Instrument Overview. Page 6. 6. Cem
Complete thread -- If the wound he refers to it not just 1 sore but 2 or more in
Complete thread -- My Stedman's Equip has lowercase box curette, but has a Box osteotome, so that's
Complete thread -- My Stedman's Equip has lowercase box curette, but has a Box osteotome, so that's
Complete thread -- Wow, super glad I came back to check--Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- nm, I note that Box is capped in The Surgical Word Book and in Stedman's Equip
Complete thread -- The Surgical Word Book lists a Box osteotome and
Complete thread -- keel cuts are very common in bone (osteotomy)... and a box cutter
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- TOF = time of flight. and PGL/PGM/PGR: left/middle/right photogate). Dimensions: photogat
Complete thread -- Foradil (formoterol) is a bronchodilator that relaxes muscles in the airways to improve br
Complete thread -- another heading (OPERATION:) follows that. ...
Complete thread -- Sorry for the wordiness. Anyway, I'll keep looking. Thanks
Complete thread -- fermadrol for asthma.
Complete thread -- MRA Carotids
Complete thread -- what words follow that?
Complete thread -- neurosurgery, placement of ProDisc-C implant
Complete thread -- form
Complete thread -- q. 72 h like I've been instructed to (not by choice).
Complete thread -- vertebral heights
Complete thread -- letters?
Complete thread -- not be sure. Can post a wav file? 2 links for samples
Complete thread -- If you consider it just like any other medication q.4, q.6, q.8. then q.72 hours. if
Complete thread -- Me too!. For me, I don't use slang and abbreviations in letters
Complete thread -- oops my typos, not is NOTE and will is WITH
Complete thread -- with all that cardio dx could be SCD sudden cardiac death smh
Complete thread -- I'd do it just the way you have it.
Complete thread -- jmho, every 72 hours.....
Complete thread -- how would you type this? MDs not fussy about formatting, but is this ok?
Complete thread -- loop electrocautery - use is all the time
Complete thread -- I don't know, can you??? Can you burn with a loupe?? Isn't a loop used in LEEPs?
Complete thread -- I don't know, can you??? Can you burn with a loupe?? Isn't a loop used in LEEPs?
Complete thread -- Found it, yes, burn with a loop, thanks.
Complete thread -- Can you burn with a loop?
Complete thread -- isn't a loupe a magnifier, wouldn't it be with a loop?
Complete thread -- ureteral orifices marked with a distal "burn with a loupe."
Complete thread -- you need to fix punctuation sm need to remove HAS also
Complete thread -- episodic-like picture
Complete thread -- anyone familiar with EMGs? Does s/l return sound right? sm please
Complete thread -- you said it correctly: if the word after (i.e., after "post") is a noun
Complete thread -- s/l saudic-like picture
Complete thread -- Unfortunately not. Just going to flag. I've listened a dozen times,
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- definitely not. I type vertebral compression fractures all the time, but
Complete thread -- all below the
Complete thread -- Thanks. You have got it.
Complete thread -- ? is doc correcting, normal alignment (normal vertebral alignment)
Complete thread -- dried tissue over it, below the medial.....
Complete thread -- Wave posted sm
Complete thread -- Spine x-ray - thoracic spine normal alignment. *vertebrolytes* with
Complete thread -- Thank you. The doc was not very clear.
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob.
Complete thread -- One last comment...I definitely understand it now thanks to your patience and explanations
Complete thread -- both are fine.
Complete thread -- thanks everyone, those are good tips and I'll print them out.
Complete thread -- Should I edit the dictated word *towards* to *toward* or leave as is?
Complete thread -- here are some other nouns in the same context, SM
Complete thread -- if you can put a in front of it, it is a noun. If you can put to in front of it, then
Complete thread -- Sorry, I meant this to appear after your 2nd question, nt.
Complete thread -- Examination is the noun form of the verb "to examine". No, "of" doesn't
Complete thread -- I think he's using "advance" in the sense of coming closer (earlier), and I think
Complete thread -- sorry to be so thick, but because "of" is in there, doesn't that sm
Complete thread -- Nope. It's a noun in this case. There isn't a visible verb in the sentence. The implied
Complete thread -- followup.
Complete thread -- would someone plse check and see if I have used "follow up" correctly in sentence.
Complete thread -- I think so. T hanks will listen again
Complete thread -- digiti minimi?
Complete thread -- Please see message regarding sleep consultation.
Complete thread -- sm please thank you
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Complete thread -- STDs
Complete thread -- wav file. Sounds like SCDs which makes no sense. Does not sound like SVT to me.
Complete thread -- Thinking she means escitalopram, the dosage fits, but she's getting a marker.
Complete thread -- Oops. past medical history here.
Complete thread -- In medication list, "esitriplam" 20 mg daily. sm for past medical history
Complete thread -- There is no indication why there is any unusual *comfort* there.
Complete thread -- nope, not that either, but thanks. I'm flagging.
Complete thread -- hetergeneous?
Complete thread -- video EEG, s/l "flood-like" activity. Pls sm
Complete thread -- a guess & don't use unless certain(use as guess to QA Kalbitor
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Homogenous?
Complete thread -- s/l horogenous. The patient underwent arthroscopic surgery to the left hip on
Complete thread -- That sure sounded odd to me, the endoscopic eustachian tube thing
Complete thread -- Endoscopic Eustachian Tube Obliteration for a CSF Leak
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2nd one ---according to Stedman path/lab 3rd edition
Complete thread -- jusr realized didn't fill in name (used to automatic name fill)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no cap
Complete thread -- mycoplasma pneumonia or Mycoplasma pneumoniae?
Complete thread -- there is Xalatan for eyes?
Complete thread -- could it be ETT tube (endotracheal tube)?
Complete thread -- I do - I do! Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, if the word "post" is before a noun. Sorry.
Complete thread -- In the archives, also in BOS.
Complete thread -- Do you hear AAOS? "American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons"
Complete thread -- Do you mean if the word is before the noun? I think I'm confused.
Complete thread -- That's what I would do since it will probably be read as 11
Complete thread -- Thanks much
Complete thread -- s/l - AOS or ALS - sm
Complete thread -- s/l EDD or GDD placement for CFS leak
Complete thread -- I only use a hyphen is the word after is a noun. For example,
Complete thread -- tibialis gracilis? (see link)
Complete thread -- med s/l zalator??? really no hints other than
Complete thread -- punctuation
Complete thread -- A1 = amnio?
Complete thread -- see link, anything sound like it? I think I see one that does.
Complete thread -- s/l tolidus gracilis- sm
Complete thread -- A1 performed on pre delivery exam.
Complete thread -- didn't spell check sinemet yet so know I need to change that.
Complete thread -- s/l adafivrine 50 mg tid, senomet 25/100 five times a day, prednisone
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- between an 11/23/10 evaluation and a 01/06/11 evaluation
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- tibial tuberosity?
Complete thread -- perfect, if it is plural noun apostrophe goes after s```
Complete thread -- tibial tubercle osteotomy?
Complete thread -- stand for long periods of time and bend over students’ desks
Complete thread -- s/l tibial tubuloglosteotomy
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- blunt for both.
Complete thread -- saline and a *green clip* was then placed.
Complete thread -- expanding on Culture and sensitivity testing sm
Complete thread -- Actually, I'm also not sure if the second blunt should be bone?
Complete thread -- s/l "bone" or "blunt" (I can't make out which one)
Complete thread -- bucky view?
Complete thread -- Thank you. Her accent/high pitched voice just rubs me the wrong way. :-)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l re mead ee it is prob intermediate(lab slip gives degree antibiotic will kill bacteri
Complete thread -- Contrast-enhanced CT scan at cecal level shows no significant intraluminal appendiceal flu
Complete thread -- appendiceal fluid?
Complete thread -- appendiceal?
Complete thread -- s/l and re-mead-ee-it (remediate?) to
Complete thread -- appiceal fluid? Sm
Complete thread -- ethmoidectomy - not like your s/l but normally what one hears. Sorry
Complete thread -- thanks for taking the time to come back to share "smile"
Complete thread -- I think dictator short cutting term (their abbreviation) AVL=L
Complete thread -- More context might help. What does he use this thing for? And what are the next few words?
Complete thread -- Recent discussion on using "uretal" (when dictated) vs. "ureteral" - verdict from QA.
Complete thread -- I will - thank you very much. nm
Complete thread -- nope, no luck w/google, rad word book 4th, view & projection sm
Complete thread -- The patient is status post bilateral *on ton ectomies* and median antrostomies.
Complete thread -- He does use a s/l berry lift.
Complete thread -- Podiatry list sm
Complete thread -- X-ray of knee - weightbearing s/l "boyton" view?
Complete thread -- know how to find ortho tests/maneuvers/sign? Google.com + orthopedic tests keep a list sm
Complete thread -- I think you are right...thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- accommodating ??
Complete thread -- probably IS what is meant, they short cut words (and getting worse all the time)
Complete thread -- stupid, stupid me. Primary team.
Complete thread -- communicating (ie connecting, coapting etc) probably nm
Complete thread -- Thanks, but no. He is definitely saying sub, but I'm wondering if he ...
Complete thread -- s/l comminating
Complete thread -- some
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought I googled that, but now I see the very first link.
Complete thread -- This Googles. Something to look up anyway - ESWL with injection stent
Complete thread -- hmm dose high whether for men or women. Wonder if meant Lyrica for fibromyalgia sm
Complete thread -- I thought so too, but he is clearly not saying that. :(
Complete thread -- Normally one hears double-J stent?
Complete thread -- Urology help, please see msg. s/l ejection stent?
Complete thread -- Not sure if that is it or not - may just flag - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Shoulder instability
Complete thread -- Spurling's test?
Complete thread -- Or is saying to hold the Primatene?
Complete thread -- s/l per ding - sm
Complete thread -- maybe s/l BSHR is BFAR? sm
Complete thread -- wav file. Is this sentence correct?
Complete thread -- at the risk of confusing even more (and I would use tract) sm
Complete thread -- maybe BSA??? body surface area or BSA___??? WAGs
Complete thread -- I'm with u on hating podiatry...me too. lol
Complete thread -- s/l BSHR
Complete thread -- it is "is a common finding"
Complete thread -- Thanks. Went with the 2nd but still flagged the first.
Complete thread -- first might be Serzone; second is Xalatan I think.
Complete thread -- med s/l Levitra, but this is a female and dosage is 300 mg sm
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- she said, blood in her stool. She said bright blood or red blood?
Complete thread -- for assessment of possible cancer of prostate - thanks will listen for that.
Complete thread -- Many thanks to you both :)
Complete thread -- it is insufflation sm
Complete thread -- I'd put a period after examintion. I'd also put a comma after fifth toe sm
Complete thread -- cuneiform?
Complete thread -- I hate podiatry....
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- insulfflation is a technique I think, so no movement with/on insulf. would make sense
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Medication help! s/l polla dell
Complete thread -- s/l insufflation?
Complete thread -- I'd not put it.
Complete thread -- Could this be guaiac blood in her stool...
Complete thread -- I'd buy your explanation if you had stated that it has been in sm
Complete thread -- He said peristine, but his pronounciation, must mean peristalsis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1 is I and L is missing something sm
Complete thread -- normal peristalsis? I agree with no white blood in the stool bright
Complete thread -- secondary? why is he being seen?
Complete thread -- white blood? how about bright blood or frank blood. I can't get the blank.
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- There is no localized tenderness, no _____.
Complete thread -- There is no localized tenderness, no *peristine*.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- soot?
Complete thread -- T-wave flips in 1 and L, and borderline ST depression in V5 and V6.
Complete thread -- It is noted that his BUN is slightly higher *as it relates to* creatinine
Complete thread -- let me relisten thank you
Complete thread -- sounds like "parentheses right after multiple falls period"
Complete thread -- yep, thanks
Complete thread -- divalproex?
Complete thread -- med s/l die-dan-l-pro-lex 25 mg a day see below for more info
Complete thread -- carvedilol?
Complete thread -- The _____ after multiple falls.
Complete thread -- any chance of a la sound missing there for lisinopril?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l sinopril AND salerno mist nasal spray
Complete thread -- sounds like amino acid to me
Complete thread -- carbidopa?
Complete thread -- ESRD?
Complete thread -- Perforomist inhalation, Lopressor, ______, hydrolyze, Questran, Motrin, potassium,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- hx of HBP, high cholesterol, CAD - s/l "Carbidella" - thanks.
Complete thread -- in family history...
Complete thread -- also Xanax, I hear Stylus eye drops. I find
Complete thread -- No evidence of s/l sit or evidence of injury noted. Trachea was moist.
Complete thread -- Strattera, _____, Xanax, MiraLax, Tylenol, gabapentin, and _____eye drops.
Complete thread -- Pentrating s/l tract was explored and hematoma evacuated. track?
Complete thread -- yes colonoscopy
Complete thread -- Castor oil, not caster. Don't know s/l.
Complete thread -- Abdomen is obese, soft. There is no tenderness.
Complete thread -- ? ChloraPrep skin prep
Complete thread -- Hope you feel better now too. :) :) :) :) lol ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob.
Complete thread -- I would get pissed at you, but your posts are just sooo sad, I just
Complete thread -- this is even better, see link.
Complete thread -- and you can say you weren't being snarky, but it -did- come across that way.
Complete thread -- I searched the archives and saw nothing that specifically mentioned whether it was
Complete thread -- Yes, it has been in archives for at least 5 years under 'traction splint'
Complete thread -- Hare traction splint (s/l hair or hare), ankle splint
Complete thread -- Well, Shy's-Drager syndrome would look pretty stupid, don't you think?
Complete thread -- s/l clorox skin strip
Complete thread -- thanks all. I always doubt myself on this one.
Complete thread -- nothing clearly stands out
Complete thread -- I'd use were..history and physical - two things were
Complete thread -- if he thinks he reviewed two things then he reviewed two things.
Complete thread -- another was were. Sometimes I think were (because of and but MD always
Complete thread -- The history and physical examination were reviewed with the patient
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "also" there. No idea about the eye drops.
Complete thread -- Vital signs are stable. ____ short of breath
Complete thread -- med s/l med res id
Complete thread -- added more
Complete thread -- Azo = also? need more lead-in.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yeah, thats kinda what I figured. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Azo, Xanax, MiraLax, Tylenol, gabapentin, and ____ eye drops.
Complete thread -- I guess that's it, and see link.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Try again--- does not believe she "PMSes" a lot.
Complete thread -- Here is one for you. D: Mom does not believe she
Complete thread -- s/l ordonophosis.(may be odynophagia. Painful swallowing or variation of word. nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- uzo = Azo? There is an Azo cranberry tablet for UTIs
Complete thread -- here was no biliary dilatation or *ordonophosis*.
Complete thread -- Strattera, *uzo*, Xanax, MiraLax, Tylenol, gabapentin, and *styless* eye drops.
Complete thread -- Might mean magnesium oxide, not sure about mg though. Just guessing.
Complete thread -- Many medical conditions and diseases have been named after a person; this type of name is
Complete thread -- Thats was me, the OP, I found my own word. LOL!
Complete thread -- Its "sausage" ... swelling : )
Complete thread -- I agree...sigh
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- Patient with puncture wound to thumb. She does not have sign of a s/l
Complete thread -- Sigh.. It has do to with the syndrome name first off. It has NO 's on it period. If it DID
Complete thread -- Just trying to get this straight, but the BOS page 162 states...see message
Complete thread -- No, not every eponym had an 's stuck on it. Shy-Drager has never had an s on it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The word might be quiescent, but you should give more surrounding dictation. The whole
Complete thread -- It is either Parkinson's disease or Parkinson disease...it depends on account.
Complete thread -- Oh, tnx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- LOL!! I didnt even notice that.
Complete thread -- You don't add one where there is not one.
Complete thread -- There has never been an apostrophe for Shy-Drager, period. Check a Dorland's
Complete thread -- BOS: No apostrophe. Account Specs: Could be either ...-Drager's or -Drager.
Complete thread -- s/l nonqualisent mastoiditis
Complete thread -- eponym
Complete thread -- thanks , the doc just interchaged the letters. :-) ...
Complete thread -- pls sm
Complete thread -- Got it - lateral and medial aspects
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Lesions on feet bilaterally in the *laterolamial* aspects.
Complete thread -- Seems to be okay. Here is what I found and the link to the Google lookup.
Complete thread -- mask fitting as needed and ... ?
Complete thread -- CPAP
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- pendulums, as well as
Complete thread -- A 63-year-old female with history of bilateral foot dystonia helped by ...
Complete thread -- dystonia
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks for confirming
Complete thread -- I think he just stumbled and just s/b An 11 blade was used
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- tyvm
Complete thread -- sorry - scaphoid waist fracture. check google
Complete thread -- extraluminal air
Complete thread -- yes, the waist
Complete thread -- thanks so much.
Complete thread -- s/l waist
Complete thread -- ski position
Complete thread -- HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) refers to technology
Complete thread -- last one before the game begins. s/l H fak tech (occupation?) sm please
Complete thread -- She was brought to OR and placed in s/l skee position.
Complete thread -- In list of drugs..."parasol" opht. eye drops bid and latanoprost drops
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- he had tenesmus
Complete thread -- If she had urinary retention, she probably had a Foley catheter that leaked. but
Complete thread -- *s/l* panasmus. Last month, he tried to hold the stool during one of his episodes,
Complete thread -- I would agree that it is likely catheter and not candida, since
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pneumatosis intestinalis. There was also a question of ______
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- is the "candida" really something else? whatever it was that leaked?
Complete thread -- disaccharides
Complete thread -- still should be antispasmodic again.
Complete thread -- Patient will need EGD which is scheduled for next week. Need to do regular biopsy
Complete thread -- ? hemorrhoid. What comes after your s/l?
Complete thread -- jaundiced, not jaundice.
Complete thread -- She had candida for a while. This *leaked* and finally is out.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- avodart is it. Thanks and sorry so late replying
Complete thread -- and are the
Complete thread -- s/l FVF is FEF - Forced Expiratory Flow nm
Complete thread -- oops, forgot to say DLCO is part of PFTs nm
Complete thread -- Maybe dictator short cutting the term? DLCO sm
Complete thread -- noted here would explain the pain _____ the result of
Complete thread -- got it... abdominal film
Complete thread -- arytenoid hood.sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the month. Could personal be peritoneal?
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense..involves both hemispheres of the cerebrum.
Complete thread -- Yes, I see it would go with the BPH, so maybe
Complete thread -- There was also a question of *little external middle air*.
Complete thread -- Avalide? Lipitor? ?
Complete thread -- Avodart? just a wild guess though
Complete thread -- they let you leave dates as "on the evening of the 2nd"? The 2nd what? hmm
Complete thread -- I guess it must be prostate but sounds much more like personal
Complete thread -- ? is there a wav or what?
Complete thread -- First one was oliguria. Still can't get second.
Complete thread -- hyperkalemia,*anaguya*and elevated ... The workup was consistent*personal* cancer
Complete thread -- s/l avatar as a medication
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes, I hit enter too soon.
Complete thread -- it should be ascitic fluid
Complete thread -- Sorry, you can't remove it...BB, where are you?
Complete thread -- by ascites fluid...remove the patient's name from your post.
Complete thread -- tolmetin (NSAID)?
Complete thread -- The left arytenoid is somewhat s/l hooded over the glottis. ...
Complete thread -- Abdomen was distended *by city* fluid.
Complete thread -- I found tolvaptan.
Complete thread -- The PET/CT scan which you had ordered was performed on January 18, 20 ...
Complete thread -- med s/l tolamapitam
Complete thread -- Yes, I would.
Complete thread -- oops, yes, thank you
Complete thread -- antispasmodic
Complete thread -- than 115 mg/dL. Her _____ showed no abnormality. Chest x-ray was normal.
Complete thread -- candida for a while. This *leaked* and finally is out
Complete thread -- thanks. This was a confusing one for me.
Complete thread -- would you put commas around this (like I did?) sm please
Complete thread -- addresses...(don't let the prepositional phrase throw you).."this
Complete thread -- address or addresses
Complete thread -- See link for great list of PFTs.
Complete thread -- Pt with bronchiogenic carcinoma. sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks... definitely not diffuse
Complete thread -- a CIWA protocol
Complete thread -- PLAN: *Aceevo* protocol was ordered. Prilosec was ordered
Complete thread -- another one s/m
Complete thread -- I found 66 results (0.25 seconds) for bicerebral. may need to check and determine
Complete thread -- One Look does not show bicerebrum, nor for that matter, dicerebrum, so agree w/diffuse
Complete thread -- diffuse is what i usually hear . . .
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l bicerebral dysfunction
Complete thread -- wheelchair-bound
Complete thread -- mental retardation
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Significant for _____. She is wheelchair bound in a s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Will do. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- Flag it. Never guess with allergies.
Complete thread -- simethicone ?
Complete thread -- She has been on vitamin D, iron, *simetacone*, Milk of Magnesia
Complete thread -- Significant for *modernization*.She is wheelchair bound in a supervised living place.
Complete thread -- In list of allergies
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- sounds "pretty clear" premuscular and predermal matrix plaine
Complete thread -- Neo = Neo-Synephrine ..... seen by Cardiology ..... wedge pressure...
Complete thread -- ? if saying meter as in metered dose inhaler or INH, though
Complete thread -- ? taciturn
Complete thread -- The patient had a Swan-Ganz catheter. see message
Complete thread -- PE:" PSYCH: s/l * Atasaturn * and somewhat withdrawn. nm
Complete thread -- thanks Oasis :D
Complete thread -- see message...
Complete thread -- medication: ProAir neo at 200 mcg
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I say you tell 'em BB!!! That is ridiculous not to know debreez/debris!
Complete thread -- Don't know s/l, but the She has a drain sentence needs fixing.
Complete thread -- What do you do when they say, "The patient is a 24-yearS old lady?"
Complete thread -- woman who I was asked to see because of question of *malic*.
Complete thread -- Vivarin?
Complete thread -- sm plz
Complete thread -- That is what I was thinking when I asked your opinion; thx. W
Complete thread -- Sorry, had a long report. I personally would flag it. Not enough references for my taste!
Complete thread -- Thank you for your input. A special thanks to the others who answered. G'night.
Complete thread -- Good grief, the word is ureteral and that's all there is to it.
Complete thread -- Very interesting. I'm having a hard time using it, but if it's not egregiously wrong...
Complete thread -- Did you miss the part where I said "very strict verbatim account"? They don't want us to
Complete thread -- So would you flag it or what, Jax?
Complete thread -- I can't find it in any of my books, but it does show up in Benchmark KB in the...
Complete thread -- So she cannot pronounce properly the word ur-re-teral, spelled ureteral~use your common
Complete thread -- Opinions, please.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (for me, not even the teeniest snowball's chance in Hell!:-)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- FINAL DIAGNOSES: 1. Altered level of consciousness. 2. Old ce ...
Complete thread -- (whatta turkey! Meaning might be: Prior to intubation pt received atropine. Subsequent to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (oh, jimminy christmas! FIRE THEIR BUTTS!! hehe! :-)
Complete thread -- (s/l suggests UA (urinalysis) although doc slips & says "UA, C" was neg.
Complete thread -- "stim" = "stimulation." "did not stim(ulate) that well,"
Complete thread -- s/l stem
Complete thread -- ________was negative. __________culture was still pending. ...
Complete thread -- one more blank is not going to affect this report at all. He just said:
Complete thread -- Nah, it's a definite itemized list, and the oral potassium chloride
Complete thread -- Can you use a hyphen maybe? 11:55 a.m.--12 p.m.
Complete thread -- how about a comma between the two: potassium chloride, inhalation nebs
Complete thread -- just looking for another opinion...
Complete thread -- Pt with decreased breath sounds. Drugs include potassium chloride inhalation nebs.
Complete thread -- thanks, Margaret. I give up. sending a blank. (believe it or not, she is the lesser of
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- (Just my opinion: a dictator =/= "Speedy Gonzalez" unless able to "hit the danged ball"!
Complete thread -- 1st blank = "radio tracer," meaning "radioactive tracer." Can't yet get #2.
Complete thread -- wav posted by Ms Speedy Gonzalez....
Complete thread -- doh! thanks! Once I heard centennial that's all I could hear.
Complete thread -- sentinel
Complete thread -- in the 11 grade and runs track. According to the mother...
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- I need to post a wav. Was this answered to your satisfaction? Can I use it now?
Complete thread -- Or you can just add the link to your favorites. Much easier than shuffling through papers.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 1st 2 times I heard "lash heads," but #3 = clearly "clash heads," ie "butt heads." SM
Complete thread -- can you hear "splint"? (an anti-foot-drop splint)?
Complete thread -- First blank = "ethan....(ol...no, I mean) alcohol." Cannot get #2.
Complete thread -- I see that you posted this about 40 minutes ago. do you still need to have the wav posted
Complete thread -- started to say ethanol but changed to alcohol. the second blank is the name of the school
Complete thread -- in that they "lash heads" is what I hear; probably trying to say that they clash or
Complete thread -- The patient stated that she tried marijuana once and that she uses ___ ...
Complete thread -- The mother also stated that the patient and father are very similar in ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I'd say not such a wild guess, absolutely would be grew out.
Complete thread -- should "throughout" be "grew out"?
Complete thread -- Acinetobacter, "to the ___" should be the name of another species.
Complete thread -- Yes! thank you ...
Complete thread -- ? wound
Complete thread -- WBC is 26.4, hemoglobin 8.1, hematocrit 23.9, platelet count 275,000. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene!
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- You are good Oasis...that's exactly what he meant! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yeah, I saw that too, but just for arm slings...
Complete thread -- List of 2010 FDA drugs approved & other years avail. sm & link
Complete thread -- Did patient have brain surgery or a head injury? If so, craniotomy?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l automan defect
Complete thread -- Here's a link to the website. Stedman's doesn't show it under
Complete thread -- I found Vogue arm slings and Breg knee brace.
Complete thread -- Vogue Prosthetic Orthotic Center in Northridge, CA ?
Complete thread -- thanks so much all
Complete thread -- knee brace by "vogue" (sm)
Complete thread -- ? BOOP - You need some punction in there.
Complete thread -- See if BOOP matches your patient's history...
Complete thread -- history of s/l booth
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- decorticate posturing
Complete thread -- dental infection
Complete thread -- s/l per denim or per dental?
Complete thread -- pt was unresponsive and began developing S/L decortic? and posturing.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Might be SBP, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis...
Complete thread -- SBP?
Complete thread -- Can you give some history? What are diagnoses/PMH?
Complete thread -- s/l SVP
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- maybe assumption then?
Complete thread -- velvety-smooth.
Complete thread -- yes both sound good thank you wild guesser ...
Complete thread -- not presumption ...
Complete thread -- Boy, that sure makes me a dork now. Tucking my tail and leaving.
Complete thread -- Gallbladder description sm