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Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- That's probably it. Thank you, I'm so tired!
Complete thread -- Why not skin edge
Complete thread -- Thank you! He's not my favorite esl. Thought sure I was mishearing. I see now if I had
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- "newly approved four-in-one HIV drug Stribild..."
Complete thread -- He also takes antiretroviral medications which include s/l "stree beld" 1 tablet
Complete thread -- D.A. Brewerton SM
Complete thread -- Breuerton view of the hand is in my Stedman's Radiology, but it's kind of
Complete thread -- I dunnoooo... when I google both with x-ray or wrist, comes up Brewerton.
Complete thread -- well...maybe i will go with "u" then instead. I can at least back
Complete thread -- I don't have a radiology one. :(
Complete thread -- capped though
Complete thread -- I don't know, but google books search brings up breuerton view in sm
Complete thread -- have a "radiology" Stedman? try there, my books are packed away, I'm moving
Complete thread -- But it's an EMG not a myelogram; not sure myelopathy would be seen on EMG.
Complete thread -- Breuerton view vs Brewerton view
Complete thread -- I favor myelopathy
Complete thread -- Prorate work when possible
Complete thread -- Limit computer, TV, and _____ screen use. s/l break screen?
Complete thread -- 1st is something...wear sunglasses to school.
Complete thread -- Thanks, meant to say I did that and I just wasn't certain...more hits coming
Complete thread -- yep, google skin biopsy eosinophils
Complete thread -- I imagine that can be on a biopsy too.
Complete thread -- Can a skin biopsy show eosinophils? ESL tripping a bit, but I hear
Complete thread -- a few blanks see inside.the patient is postconcussive.
Complete thread -- After all, EMG is electroMYOgraphy
Complete thread -- Thanks, this is what I'm going with (spelling out five to six). Thanks all!
Complete thread -- not uncommon for an alcoholic to drink a case of beer in one night
Complete thread -- I think it does, I looked at the abbreviations for PRES but wasn't thinking in s.m.
Complete thread -- actually there are 40 oz beers! I would think that would knock him out!
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's not myopathy?
Complete thread -- could he possibly be saying 14 oz instead of 40 oz? Seems that would make more sense.
Complete thread -- Yep, since we never put 2 numbers together, always spell one out, and this looks better
Complete thread -- Agree that looks better.
Complete thread -- I'd spell out five to six 40-ounce beers.
Complete thread -- archives mention posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) SM
Complete thread -- 5 to 6 40-ounce beers, IMO
Complete thread -- "pres" pls s.m.
Complete thread -- He drinks around *five to six 40 ounces beer* daily. How would you transcribe?
Complete thread -- I though that too, but he says mylothy... Although he does mumble
Complete thread -- myelopathy?
Complete thread -- No comma needed there, though. One entity.
Complete thread -- EMG reveals radiculopathy, her "mylothy" is vastly improved.
Complete thread -- missing words 'of the'
Complete thread -- hmmm - for me, the - was on one line and the number on the next, so I vote for
Complete thread -- I had no problem reading it, so I guess it was noticeable to me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- are no abnormalities
Complete thread -- is or are??
Complete thread -- Yes, I saw that, but I wondered what opinions were on the "noticeable" part of it. :)
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match?
Complete thread -- drain the bladder and collect it during...
Complete thread -- This is per BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- Why comma between horn and lateral??
Complete thread -- Would you write out minus or use - (symbol)? See inside for context, please.
Complete thread -- difficulty and _____ as well. Heaney clamps were then
Complete thread -- CAn I post it again?
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- Thanks a million, MT50
Complete thread -- shaven in similar fashion
Complete thread -- never mind (Champy)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I may have posted on top of it.
Complete thread -- Sorry. It is there now.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- His mandible fracture was treated in the OR with a s/l chompee plate. nm
Complete thread -- Wave is not there
Complete thread -- Medial meniscectomy.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- without difficulty and _____ as well. Heaney clamps were then
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was injected with a dilute solution of
Complete thread -- peritoneum ?
Complete thread -- Once _____ had been entered,
Complete thread -- incision was made _______ Pitressin.
Complete thread -- colchicine? for gout?
Complete thread -- NM, on listening yet again, I think it's rigid after all.
Complete thread -- help with drug name
Complete thread -- On examination with the *digi-sah-moida scope,* noted to have grade 3 hemorrhoid.
Complete thread -- Great! I'm glad you saw it and you are very welcome!
Complete thread -- or ... nitroloacetic acid
Complete thread -- ok, thank you
Complete thread -- Ah, of course! Thank you!
Complete thread -- All I could find was nitrilotriacetate
Complete thread -- Elfie, Thank you for your comment on my post b4 on type 2 DB
Complete thread -- Fetal maternal ABO incompatibility - (?NTA eluted) -
Complete thread -- incontinence briefs?
Complete thread -- (Or could s/l *and continent brace* ???)
Complete thread -- Pt requests liners for Depend, and Depend themselves *incontinent brace* be mailed.
Complete thread -- (?????????) faecal occult blood testing which was all satisfactory
Complete thread -- got it, Tessari
Complete thread -- cursory 4:1 technique?
Complete thread -- sclerotherapy procedure...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- will be avoided in view of the sinus arrest
Complete thread -- started. Beta-blockers will be ______ with sinus arrest.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- (?) no gross deficit
Complete thread -- carotid bruit. Examination of the chest showed it to be symmetrical
Complete thread -- alert and oriented x3, no gross ______________ reported.
Complete thread -- LUNGS: _________ chest showed it to be symmetrical. Good air entry on both sides. No
Complete thread -- NM - got it: GENERAL: Showed him lying in the bed in no apparent distress.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- GENERAL: Showed him _____________
Complete thread -- I had Googled that without the "". Great tip. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Might be mumbling through "No back pain or joint pain"
Complete thread -- Musculoskeletal: Back pain, ___________. Psychiatric: No depression or anxiety
Complete thread -- ? possible
Complete thread -- it's "to 64"
Complete thread -- Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model
Complete thread -- Found it! TREM. Found a list for Maine.
Complete thread -- psychiatric question, Bangor, Maine, area. Name of group therapy.
Complete thread -- I agree and the average is not close to either one. I do not do a lot of caths.
Complete thread -- I'd flag that. Its just too hard to tell if he wants "to" or 2...??
Complete thread -- sent WAV file. My research showed V waves < 7 so that really did not help.
Complete thread -- remember: the PE reveals active reflexes
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization question. Questioning V waves to 64 or 264?
Complete thread -- ? subdural
Complete thread -- does not s/l pulsatile-hear able clearly.
Complete thread -- ? apparently
Complete thread -- thanks, it's preparing and did catch that verb when proofing
Complete thread -- Thanks to all. Looks like he is getting several well deserved flags on this report
Complete thread -- FYI... she is now seeing a psychiatric...
Complete thread -- preparing to have ?
Complete thread -- s/l paring (missing first sound of word)
Complete thread -- (maybe) RSPD (regulatory-sensory processing disorder)
Complete thread -- I heard RSVD too, but can't find what that expands to...?
Complete thread -- whether he has another of the ?opathies ?
Complete thread -- if you return Albus, would like to add "V18" (guidewire to my list,where did you find it??
Complete thread -- RSVD is common ...
Complete thread -- 1st: something opathies ??? (can't get the beginning)
Complete thread -- I know I'm late, but could be type 2 BD (bipolar disease/disorder) SM
Complete thread -- The patient does have some early changes of dementia and I am concerned whether he
Complete thread -- wait, I should have said, (don't add to my guess, i.e., "phos K" sm
Complete thread -- a guess (since can't hear it) s/l nutra may be Neutra Phos K 15 cc (potassium)
Complete thread -- thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- (guess) Xylocaine 1% plain, fentanyl total of 15 cc plus iv...
Complete thread -- maybe "at a total of" - no nutra that I know of. and 15 mL (unless you are allowed to use
Complete thread -- also, here are interchangable terms used for A1c (they short speak) sm
Complete thread -- Procedure note for wound debride anesthesia S/L Xylocaine 1% plain nutra
Complete thread -- Cardura was stopped (I think he repeats it?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. My spell checker suggests A1C. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- A1c (proper test name)
Complete thread -- ? increased BP
Complete thread -- A guess, since can't hear it ProVia 12 (Medtronic) sm
Complete thread -- One year ago, he had increased _________ and _________ was stopped. He still feels
Complete thread -- hemoglobin A1c or A1C? Or does it matter?
Complete thread -- I don't know what it is LOL...that's what it sounded like. ?
Complete thread -- what is DBS? Cant find it in google or archives. I hear beetes, thought maybe she by
Complete thread -- Fisch. thanks anyhoo
Complete thread -- so, it's a retractor, but is it an acronym? I'm not sure fish, FISH?
Complete thread -- A "fish malleable" was placed to keep the bowel away as the
Complete thread -- Sounds more like type 2 DBS? The sound is pretty muffled, I just can't hear diabetes.
Complete thread -- found it, paired glucose levels. Thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- do you hear diabetes. Would nephrogic diabetes inspidus fit with type 2 diabetes?
Complete thread -- Thank you. I found edema recommended when I looked in archives, but
Complete thread -- #7 Continue school ____ physical activity (sorry not much help am I)
Complete thread -- Guess ~ heroin-induced edema
Complete thread -- #5 Given ___ block to use once Chris can change the wrap...
Complete thread -- due to aspiration pneumonia versus heroin-induced *a diva*. PLAN:
Complete thread -- many thanks. i hear that very clearly now. i was listening for the name of a person or
Complete thread -- i have done that. i hope it is clearer now.
Complete thread -- Now the audio is only #4 recommendation and then cuts off
Complete thread -- i think i am going to go with light cast material
Complete thread -- Can you speed the dictation up a bit?
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- with a trainer asking him to rate his symptoms
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- V18, SurePath, and "prov**12"
Complete thread -- Cannot hear a wave, sorry
Complete thread -- Seems to be the name of the research ACell (sm)
Complete thread -- The bilateral cuboids were taped with s/l light prost material in order to maintain
Complete thread -- Thank you. I was googling Runalds subacute rehab without NJ so did not get it,
Complete thread -- ever heard of "peri glucose measurements"
Complete thread -- *your
Complete thread -- Found Runnels with you s/l
Complete thread -- This score was elicited with the trainer at ______.
Complete thread -- Could be....or loss of (common phrase) or worse. Who knows? lol. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- pls help, nipple tattooing
Complete thread -- ... and resulting cavity that was not healing, putting out chronic exu ...
Complete thread -- Chong is Canadian (with a Chinese father), lol.
Complete thread -- Patient transferred from RIM to s/l runols or Runalds for subacute rehab
Complete thread -- both?
Complete thread -- Currently on evaluation, patient had _____ reflexes and no overt radiculopathy
Complete thread -- strap?
Complete thread -- Well Cheech and Chong were Latinos, so there ya go! ESL
Complete thread -- 45.6 with 267 mg (of) 24 hours of protein.
Complete thread -- 24-hour urine collection, .wav sent.
Complete thread -- s/l tap system
Complete thread -- must be an ESL hippie! lol
Complete thread -- That's what I thought too! He's an ESL doc, which could explain the strange phrase. Thx.
Complete thread -- tripping in her mind?
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- Oct 25, 2008 – Cataractectomy and hyperpotassemia. I used to always change these to catara
Complete thread -- Yes, could be, as he's a mispronouncing machine. Thank you
Complete thread -- then he must be just mispronouncing oxaliplatin
Complete thread -- ... and it's definitely a "d" sound. Not oxy-something.
Complete thread -- s/l for colorectal cancer
Complete thread -- That has to be it - thank you so much! My sm
Complete thread -- maybe carisoprodol, muscle relaxer, haven't heard of it for
Complete thread -- cataract extraction.
Complete thread -- Is there a migraine headache sm
Complete thread -- Hi guys. How do you transcribe the term, cataract ectomy (as dictated ...
Complete thread -- I betcha is it ANA (no comma) s/l bi is "by" immunoflorescence (method)
Complete thread -- n/m ANA by immunofluorescence
Complete thread -- *bi* immunofluorescence.
Complete thread -- yes, thx ...
Complete thread -- nephrolithiasis?
Complete thread -- Systemic lupus erythematosus, diagnosed at age 30. Initially presente ...
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- I would change it.
Complete thread -- later he quotes in Physical Examination: (sm). Can I change it to pectoralis?
Complete thread -- he's quoting the patient; yes, that's what he means.
Complete thread -- I'd flag too but sometimes drugs@fda helps, tho I rarely use this site anymore, tho can sm
Complete thread -- I definitely hear vacuuming too.
Complete thread -- sure, aspirates makes sense; for instance if taking a culture or some type sm
Complete thread -- link for you s/l link, some chemical enzyme but did not open and read up on it
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion but definitely "itis" throughout report.
Complete thread -- nope, it's vacuuming.
Complete thread -- content of "pec"
Complete thread -- Can I assume that "pec" is pectoralis.
Complete thread -- Many THANKS to all!
Complete thread -- sure, An oblique line is a straight line, not horizontal or vertical
Complete thread -- I hear bending forward and "back lean" Pretty clear, yep
Complete thread -- Thanks for the reply!
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- and vacuuming
Complete thread -- too much humming noise...I can't get it. sorry. maybe forward and back again?
Complete thread -- bending forward and ______
Complete thread -- symptom of dyspnea (period).
Complete thread -- Esgic Plus
Complete thread -- She denies any recent symptom of chest pain. Denies any recent _________________.
Complete thread -- He takes *S jig plus*
Complete thread -- yes he says perhaps! Thank you!
Complete thread -- perhaps spots??
Complete thread -- thanks to you both. I will take out the hernia and flag it.
Complete thread -- going with restoration of hoop stress, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- He has seen a small amount of (??????) blood on the toilet bowl
Complete thread -- so, hoop is correct, but not sure about disposition
Complete thread -- ??? flap hernia. I'm with MT50, not sure I hear hernia either.
Complete thread -- (?) The patient also had sleep apnea, and status post ...
Complete thread -- The patient also had a __________ hernia and status post cholecystectomy and chronic
Complete thread -- Slurring dictator, new to me also. ...
Complete thread -- 3.4 for BUN? Never heard of decimals given in value. 34 isn't unusual if dehydrated.
Complete thread -- While at school, she does tend to lean forward or sit with her s/l pel ...
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- and f g j j g j wins by one second!!
Complete thread -- was avulsed off
Complete thread -- was avulsed off the liver bed.
Complete thread -- I'd flag the dosage.
Complete thread -- falciform _______ the liver bed - I think I hear it but want to verify. thnx
Complete thread -- there can be internal scar tissue, so I think that makes sense (jmo)
Complete thread -- doubting what I think I hear
Complete thread -- thank you. ...
Complete thread -- 8 pack years JMHO.
Complete thread -- Yes, but I think he is saying car nabbing - so will go with that. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Patient has 8 pack-years
Complete thread -- how would I type: Patient has 8 pack years?? looks odd to me
Complete thread -- Just my opinion, but I would put the P.S. and then follow it at the very end with the cc
Complete thread -- carjacking?
Complete thread -- not sure, but maybe it goes into hyperextension (hypertension?)
Complete thread -- Patient was injured during a car-napping or carnapping? Is this even a word?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear aspirate
Complete thread -- S/L de-lor-ee
Complete thread -- WAV posted - blood in her stools and (??????)stopped.
Complete thread -- does P.S. go before the CC's or after?
Complete thread -- s/l 1950 billing.this is in indiana
Complete thread -- clearly that was a misstep on the doctor's part. she has it correct.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- as an internal retention (suture)
Complete thread -- PT taking twice a day (forgot to add), still no 1 mg dose. TIA
Complete thread -- Med list - BuSpar 0.5 mg. Not verifying dosage (except on Google) but doc
Complete thread -- S/L "this was internal retention" (an internal retention suture)
Complete thread -- "the anesthesia notified us"?? (maybe "the anesthetist" or just "Anesthesia") - anesthesia
Complete thread -- I am thinking "and aspirates" might actually be "has since"
Complete thread -- Sorry - is an MP3
Complete thread -- what about the aspirates part?
Complete thread -- I hear wave that does not coincide with the above
Complete thread -- if it is not one of the suggestions given, can you spell it phonetically for us?
Complete thread -- propafenone? propranolol?
Complete thread -- why did you leave out "and #2 in running fashion" ?
Complete thread -- med s/l *propylphenol***
Complete thread -- maybe - blood in her stools has since stopped
Complete thread -- interrupted fashion ___________. After the fascia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She improved and the blood in her stools and (?aspirates) stopped.
Complete thread -- what you are looking for is the "therapeutic class"
Complete thread -- as a primary intention ? (type of closure versus secondary intention where it is left ope
Complete thread -- i flagged it, thanks
Complete thread -- it's Perfluoron
Complete thread -- if you google chorinobacterium, the answer comes right up
Complete thread -- interrupted fashion *as in internal intentions*. After the fascia
Complete thread -- you'll "go with" 34?!
Complete thread -- YOU can look up your drug name on RXLIST (link provided by BB above) and
Complete thread -- 834 would be off the charts
Complete thread -- I used that. She got me headed in the right direction. Thanks all
Complete thread -- I agree with MT50 that it is all one sentence, but it is "that" not "them"
Complete thread -- It makes sense. I was listening for a drug name. Zyprexa or its generic. Thanks. Tunnel
Complete thread -- s/l ee-rye-gos
Complete thread -- Don't know if it makes sense but I hear (sm)
Complete thread -- wav file. I gave a lot of history. Thanks. The question is at the bottom.
Complete thread -- excuse above post, meant to update a previous post.
Complete thread -- report came back from doctor with nothing filled it, apparently I
Complete thread -- Thanks. I held the report so will go with 34.
Complete thread -- Probably so.
Complete thread -- Thank you, both. I gave him a blank.
Complete thread -- Seems to be saying "3" and changes mind to "34"
Complete thread -- It sounds like 334 but I've never heard of it going that high.
Complete thread -- I think it is 34. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Patient in for constipation. They do not mention any liver or kidney problems
Complete thread -- wav file. BUN 834 or 34?
Complete thread -- Only "box" I can think of for the hand is "snuffbox" - not your s/l.
Complete thread -- papilloma?
Complete thread -- deep toe box?
Complete thread -- Recurrent right hand pain and swelling.
Complete thread -- s/l pap-i-litis of the right breast TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- Prinzmetal
Complete thread -- Some type of angina
Complete thread -- I will see if that fits.
Complete thread -- ? corynebacterium
Complete thread -- This is probably easy, but not my speciality. Pt. has "chorino bacterium."
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- perfluorocarbon ? (more syllables, but maybe he is saying perfluoro?
Complete thread -- verteporfin
Complete thread -- no, has 3 syllables, begins with P (or maybe F?)
Complete thread -- ? triamcinolone
Complete thread -- derealization
Complete thread -- s/l plo-for-on (I can't seem to get close enough to google a match)
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Micronase
Complete thread -- Allegra, metformin, Prilosec, atenolol, Feldene, Micardis, Lovaza, Xanax, __________,
Complete thread -- I will flag this to be safe. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Dr states massive rotator cuff, but then corrects to Master retracted?
Complete thread -- massive retracted?
Complete thread -- s/l master retracted cuff tear - orthopaedics.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- New drugs for today, 10/10/2012 (drug names becoming curiouser and curiouser....:-(
Complete thread -- (just to muddy the spring...) I didn't know ITBS (syndr) can give pain so HIGH, in hip
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help
Complete thread -- Personally, I would flag. It is just entirely too murky to speculate w/ any degree of con
Complete thread -- surgery was done for cancer, should I just flag
Complete thread -- I do too. My need may be less than yours, but I agree such a site would be EXTREMELY use-
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Not silly. Doc prob slipped a gear, probably intended to say "uncertain if parathyroid gl
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, I cannot answer your question re an excellent reference on categories and
Complete thread -- does this make sense status post thyroidectomy
Complete thread -- Thank you, Margaret. I wish there was a site that gave you a list of
Complete thread -- Myfortic is not a steroid either.
Complete thread -- Prograf is not a steroid. Link will follow if I "mess up" trying to attach it here.
Complete thread -- I'd love it, if you learn from QA, whether it was IT or AT or other, & what s/l stood for.
Complete thread -- are Myfortic and Prograf steroids? Any good links to check
Complete thread -- Thank you! I appreciate your help
Complete thread -- if unsure, I would NOT use it. Instead, I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- it is uncommon as far as I know. Just thinking re bulging disc, sciatica, w/ associated
Complete thread -- Odd. To me sense="2011 and thyroidectomy (and partial parathyroidectomy."
Complete thread -- okay, Thank you!
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- "Might you be HEARING...." I intended to type.
Complete thread -- Can you try with the
Complete thread -- does sound like AT, is that a common expression? Never heard of it before. Thanks Mgt
Complete thread -- depends on context. If it is among a bunch of neuro findings,
Complete thread -- (I'm unable to hear an extra word there. Might you be an unnecessary word, such as SM
Complete thread -- normal rectal tone (this is a trauma pt undergoing survey) should heading be rectum?
Complete thread -- hmmm....I don't know.... are you sure you are not hearing AT (anterior thigh)???or some-
Complete thread -- Can you help me with this.
Complete thread -- can you catch the missing word?
Complete thread -- sounds like apraxia, but would make sense in context
Complete thread -- ITB is iliotibial band, but is IT considered correct for iliotibial in this context?
Complete thread -- I like your solution, OP! (May you continue to be blessed with no complaints!:-)
Complete thread -- (makes sense s/l-wise, plus OFC 40.5 cm (considering ht & wt) is in keeping with doc's obs
Complete thread -- got it, brachycephaly
Complete thread -- Mild (s/l brachy taffy) noted. Chest is clear.
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- I just checked a few other reports of his I've done and he said 13 in those, so guess I
Complete thread -- spade tip - page 18 of link
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of a "30-system" review? Don't hear 13. I've never heard it
Complete thread -- The guide was placed at the appropriate position and a _____ Arthrex g ...
Complete thread -- Is there any stay-tip guidepin? ...
Complete thread -- oh dear
Complete thread -- or the stent itself may have a coil on either end after insertion stiffener stylette is re
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- cephalad caudad?
Complete thread -- A hysterotomy incision was made with the knife and extended bilaterall ...
Complete thread -- ah, i found it. there IS such a thing as cholestenol.
Complete thread -- agree with BB...keep it as dictated
Complete thread -- I've been googling like crazy but suspect I've had and found this in the past. I just put
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. I
Complete thread -- Aquaplast RT™ is used to create a rigid mask, or shell, that positions and immobilizes ...
Complete thread -- s/l "aquaplus mask"
Complete thread -- s/l cholestenol - (yeah, an N and not an R in there)
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- a 9-year-old who sustained a right distal radial fracture three weeks ...
Complete thread -- sorry, I gave the definition, didn't think it necessary to supply
Complete thread -- your original cut/paste was incomplete
Complete thread -- Muller's
Complete thread -- wasn't misunderstood, it was a cut/paste from dictionary.com
Complete thread -- me either, all i hear is main related issue...
Complete thread -- no, you were right in the first place...
Complete thread -- Asking QA :) Thx!
Complete thread -- NVM found it......synechiae
Complete thread -- rhinoscopy showed the presence of *saniceai* in the middle meatus.
Complete thread -- sorry, "and" was dictated before the s/l. Thanks for asking for clarification!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I can't even when I want to.
Complete thread -- perhaps saying temperature is same with no variation. If it sounds clear, and
Complete thread -- I clearly hear liver-related
Complete thread -- was "and" dictated or not?
Complete thread -- does anyone hear liver-related?
Complete thread -- and "molar" procedure of both eyes
Complete thread -- Ahh, when you actually go into a dictionary rather than read the quick definitions on
Complete thread -- history related??
Complete thread -- Thanks to both for your suggestions. We do have a little freedom on the account. What
Complete thread -- elicit - to bring to light
Complete thread -- Anyone have any thoughts and/or opinions about this? :)
Complete thread -- His main (??????) issue is that of recurrent ascites
Complete thread -- I feel your pain. I hate it when they use wrong words.
Complete thread -- I would type as dictated and not overthink things :)
Complete thread -- I wonder if you're doing the same podiatrist I'm doing (see above).
Complete thread -- Podiatrist always says "He/She is not able to elicit any history today"
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion. Maybe he means that, but I'd better flag as he doesn't say that
Complete thread -- ganglion?
Complete thread -- He says this pretty clearly, and then pauses and I can hear some laughing
Complete thread -- Cool to cold or cool to cool. See inside please.
Complete thread -- He has got what looks like a *gaggle* as well as status post his Mumford.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you soooo much!!!!
Complete thread -- coil is more used with actual coils not a stent. You can have a coil and a stent placed
Complete thread -- I hear curl way more than coil, both would be absolutely fine, whichever he
Complete thread -- harder?
Complete thread -- It is particularly worse with foods of (???????) consistency such as meat
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too, but wasn't getting any hits. I'll look for artifact, thx
Complete thread -- s/l crushed cell? I see "crush artifact" when Googling prostate CA..??
Complete thread -- I didn't say anything because I couldn't help, but I'm making a note of this. Thx for the
Complete thread -- wow - it was third nerve !!
Complete thread -- wav posted, pt with prostate cancer
Complete thread -- s/l todd-nav
Complete thread -- If that is how he wants it, I'd transcribe it that way. but it-does-look-odd.
Complete thread -- fronto-temporo-parieto-occipital subdural hematoma pls sm
Complete thread -- coil is correct
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I am seeing curl in my search (see link and message)
Complete thread -- NM, just going with *coil* as it sounds more like that both times.
Complete thread -- You are so smart. Yes, it sounds like Adson's. Just never heard it say like this before.
Complete thread -- She also said this earlier, again sounds more like coil than curl...?? Please
Complete thread -- ?Adson's, (as in forceps)
Complete thread -- good *coil* or *curl* seen with stent placement? I usually hear curl, but she
Complete thread -- evaluated. At this time based on the above, the patient is recommended
Complete thread -- Yes, can hear danglers now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Perhaps he is just saying, "in essense"?
Complete thread -- No ICD discharges are reported at this time.
Complete thread -- oops, should now
Complete thread -- staples "and adsense" (or: staples "in absence"?)....
Complete thread -- mp3 doesn't match your report.
Complete thread -- If it is one stent, might be just dangler.
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- danglers?
Complete thread -- decompensation noted with severe anemia.
Complete thread -- A 57-year-old male ....
Complete thread -- ?A 57-year-old male with history of primary arteriosclerotic heart disease, cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- Drains: A 6 x 26 French Double-J ureteral stent with *anglers.* No specimens.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- don't rely on MS Word for spellcheck - it doesn't know lots of words
Complete thread -- Past medical history as noted, atrial fibrillation, myocardial infarction...
Complete thread -- not sure on the blank, kinda goes fast through that, but diabetes is type 2.
Complete thread -- Involves that of rule out myocardial infarction, _________, diabetes type II,
Complete thread -- first might be lamotrigine ?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Zyloprim (for gout or kidney stones)?
Complete thread -- (period). He was transfused in the emergency room
Complete thread -- Medications include fluoxetine, s/l lanatroline, s/l zylopan, Adderall, omeprazole,
Complete thread -- most likely is it material
Complete thread -- s/l starting with an m but definitely ending with "a". Could be
Complete thread -- I added it again. Not sure what happened.
Complete thread -- spironolactone
Complete thread -- Plavix _________ ; _________ 50; metoprolol 100
Complete thread -- lol-all I hear
Complete thread -- many thanks
Complete thread -- all I here is "brought to the emergency room" - wav too short
Complete thread -- Peutz–Jeghers syndrome
Complete thread -- found to be severely anemic. _______ in the emergency room
Complete thread -- Passive death wish??
Complete thread -- s/l Peut-see-a'-gus
Complete thread -- or ..something about a "death wish" ?
Complete thread -- s/l...pas-o-dock-u-ish...sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think you have it right.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- says Allis*es* - how would you type this?
Complete thread -- Chest is clear to auscultation?
Complete thread -- Neck veins are not distended.
Complete thread -- flagged and moved on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like S-Y (letters or word)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? sounds like "as well"
Complete thread -- . A _____ stent. Heart shows no rubs. She has a _______ Her left upper arm AV
Complete thread -- and had palpitations on dialysis _____ and her blood pressure
Complete thread -- terminal makes more sense here.
Complete thread -- ahh, bet that is IT. elephantiasic or elephantiasis? - Oasis
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l ossiary vein may be accessory vein (as in access/entry vein) ??
Complete thread -- Yes, I agree with "terminal." Terminal denervation possibly means (see message)
Complete thread -- (I googled with quotes and threw in EMG for context.)
Complete thread -- Those hits seem to be related to carpal tunnel syndrome rather than C-spine, though.
Complete thread -- If I had to choose one (as neither gets many hits on Google), I'd go with
Complete thread -- elephantiasic or elephantiasis?
Complete thread -- I googled both of your words with denervation and got more hits for tunnel.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- elephantiasis? Check out definition to see if fits your context.
Complete thread -- Patient with kidney failure. His legs are edematous.
Complete thread -- median nerve digits appear to have...
Complete thread -- s/l tunnel or terminal denervation? PT with chronic regional pain syndrome. Thank you
Complete thread -- I hear..."sorry, the median nerve digit appears ??
Complete thread -- Patient with AV graft. Radiologist noted a tight stenosis at the
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note, please.
Complete thread -- thanks - report sent with a blank. I don't know . . . she clearly says "sway"
Complete thread -- I found patellofemoral J sign ???
Complete thread -- ok thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- have never heard of Jsway, sorry
Complete thread -- not sure - she clearly is saying J sway ? Is it slang?
Complete thread -- joint swelling?
Complete thread -- sorry I hit enter by mistake on this post.
Complete thread -- contents please: i.e. sentence before, after, past history, chief complaint, etc.
Complete thread -- s/l J sway
Complete thread -- s/l J sway
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- This is the message in archives: "apposed - fitting together, opposed - opposite of"
Complete thread -- Hear "the anterior"
Complete thread -- humeral fracture
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- platelet-poor plasma into ________ superficial soft tissues
Complete thread -- performed, proceeded with standard midline incision...
Complete thread -- I believe it's matched resection. Thank you, anyway.
Complete thread -- s/l match resection
Complete thread -- Change of site, general _____ noted.
Complete thread -- prep and drape was performed, _____ standard midline incision followed by a medial pa
Complete thread -- found it, Pean
Complete thread -- Cholecystectomy, instrument, s/l payon?
Complete thread -- where?
Complete thread -- ? sterilized alcohol
Complete thread -- if there's more of a lead-in, you have to listen to it over and over SM
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- would REAALLY help for longer wav, especially here. Not enough to really catch his phrasi
Complete thread -- closed reduction was achieved, checked with C-arm.
Complete thread -- Op note - hip fracture
Complete thread -- I realize that. But I've heard of giving alcohol to prevent withdrawal. and...
Complete thread -- I've had them list it in medications. That is a jolt too
Complete thread -- Sounds like a different context. These patient's get alcohol as medication.
Complete thread -- I've heard of it. A local hospital used to give a glass of wine with dinner...wish they
Complete thread -- I agree. I just have never heard of giving patients beer. Very interesting. nm
Complete thread -- don't want withdrawal symptoms complicating burn treatment.
Complete thread -- I agree, as stated in my original post, nothing credible. I guess
Complete thread -- what is the pain from???? Could it be the antibiotic is working on an infection that is
Complete thread -- but if you read them hits, most of them are from forums, etc., where individuals are
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I remember shock first time I heard it also. They do have sterilized alcohol in forms for
Complete thread -- TKS will check that out.
Complete thread -- I googled "ventriculation" - 3600 results
Complete thread -- Patient with burn injuries. Alcoholic. Will give "beer" in order to minimize sm
Complete thread -- I find obturator sacrum??
Complete thread -- Thank
Complete thread -- ESL, has dictated a term 4 times, fracture of the obturator s/l sac/set/cef
Complete thread -- yep.
Complete thread -- 524 hits, almost all spam.
Complete thread -- Looks like it would be termed a slang/shortened form created by laypeople for PVCs
Complete thread -- 1-month supply versus 1 month's supply. No difference, right? Just the way dictated?
Complete thread -- geez, 3660 hits and I can't find it in a dictionary.
Complete thread -- premature ventriculation?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "chola-gastroscopy"
Complete thread -- It was actually "fascia." Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd either flag Cipro or "pain" -
Complete thread -- Perhaps Oxycel is meant. Will use that. Thanks
Complete thread -- Perhaps vas, short for vastus. Perhaps he/she then repeated the correct lengthened stateme
Complete thread -- s/l the fast" was divided. intertrochanteric/subtrochanteric fracture
Complete thread -- Yes, it is, but he said it again at end of report and both times are very clear.
Complete thread -- Wound was sealed with s/l "oxy-seal". Cannot confirm on Google. Thanks
Complete thread -- oops, didnt mean to yell. But, Cipro is antibiotic?
Complete thread -- NO
Complete thread -- He is currently taking Cipro (??) for the pain. Does Cipro for pain make sense?
Complete thread -- Blanked it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- what was patient seen for?
Complete thread -- today with regard to her (??????)ulcerative colitis and primary sclerosing cholangiti
Complete thread -- Sulfamylon?
Complete thread -- I have to say thank you again soooo much! You are fabulous!
Complete thread -- WOW!!! You are amazing!!! That is it!! You are incredible Thank yoU!
Complete thread -- In wound care, dressing sounds like "sulf island". And is there a good
Complete thread -- I bet that is it. I was typing Jacqueline and came up with nada.
Complete thread -- The patient’s panel *seound* is stable. Sodium 139, potassium 3.8
Complete thread -- Jacoline Heller-Boersma?
Complete thread -- isn't this redundant? Would you keep it like this
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- I can hear that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sterile dressings applied is the ending.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing more of buh-ooms-ma or uh-ooms-ma
Complete thread -- Should never ever start file right at the S/L. but I think it is Final construct viewed
Complete thread -- sounded like Goomsba ?
Complete thread -- I just need to know what others think it sounds like please
Complete thread -- Ortho op note....
Complete thread -- right. a vollyball team of girls. :D
Complete thread -- I need to read more carefully today!!!!
Complete thread -- to help expand this, iow, it is the lounge for teachers. So no possessive needed.
Complete thread -- LOL! Missed that!
Complete thread -- are they lounging now? I thought they were playing volleyball.
Complete thread -- Yup!
Complete thread -- Ty! So everyone's opinion is that it is girls lounge, not girls'?
Complete thread -- I am so sorry. I misunderstood you.
Complete thread -- doc is in Tasmania Australia
Complete thread -- And I just phrased it so it is understood a bit better. Did not say anything about
Complete thread -- Pain clinic note, patient with interstitial cystitis and back pain, saw a s.m.
Complete thread -- any clue state? town? hospital? anything?
Complete thread -- Don't shoot the messenger. I'm just letting you know what the BOS says.
Complete thread -- I use three examples when deciding a possessive (see message)
Complete thread -- it is a lounge that belongs to all the teachers, not one teacher's lounge.
Complete thread -- Can anyone hear this doctor's name?
Complete thread -- yep, hear disciplinary
Complete thread -- Page 185 of the BOS III explains it better than I can here (regular plural).
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Why wouldn't teachers lounge be possessive??
Complete thread -- Oh it is. Thanks so much. Sounds better than target abuse.
Complete thread -- Not a possessive, just like teachers lounge.
Complete thread -- tobacco abuse (but more like tobacabuse)
Complete thread -- Member of IHS girls' volleyball team. Girls possessive? Capped correctly?
Complete thread -- agree - multi-something rehabilitation (disciplinary? - but I can't quite hear that)
Complete thread -- for multi - ?? rehabilitation with relatively...
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Later he said no drug or alcohol abuse.
Complete thread -- serial? (but then it'd be monitorING)
Complete thread -- female who presents for _____ with relatively uncomplicated left total knee replaceme
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- , wound care, pain management, *arterial* monitor of vital signs.
Complete thread -- Oh, below the incision, not above the incision
Complete thread -- No masses, hepatosplenomegaly?
Complete thread -- positive bowel sounds, no masses, ______. Extremities: Recent distal edema above th
Complete thread -- means they have to pay first, insurance doesn't pay because it is cosmetic surgery.
Complete thread -- thank you, had not heard that term in my EGDs.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Keraunoparalysis - for the archives. This came from Stedmans
Complete thread -- first 2 blanks are both *musculoskeletal* (and *, or *). 3rd may be *surgery* if pt had
Complete thread -- hematuria. Neurological: _____. No new neurological _____ deficits except for the
Complete thread -- procedure: flap rearrangement of nose, cosmetic s/l prepaid? tx.
Complete thread -- first time for me!! tx for replying.
Complete thread -- why not
Complete thread -- no device impedance on...
Complete thread -- S/L date of encounter: 10/01/2012, (does not say date of procedure) is it ok? tx
Complete thread -- I'm using grammar sites, however. But she can use the information and decide
Complete thread -- grammar sites
Complete thread -- genu superius (see message)
Complete thread -- the sentence is fine...
Complete thread -- Oasis is correct. Neither is always singular.
Complete thread -- Not to argue, but please see bottom of page 92 of the BOS III.
Complete thread -- just commas needed: They are, in general, healthy...
Complete thread -- what is the genu?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Had no declips in my head - just get tunnel hearing, sort of.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- No, it is not.
Complete thread -- with noted clips at the genu
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. EGD results of ulcer exam
Complete thread -- Neither (without the use of neither/or or neither/nor) is always singular.
Complete thread -- Listened a bunch of times and I agree with this, not above. available on the chart
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- available on the chart
Complete thread -- as above and is on the chart for review.
Complete thread -- Her complete history and physical is _____ chart for review.
Complete thread -- I think the plural is acceptable as referring to plural (2 children)
Complete thread -- ok, thanks all. This sentence is a mess.
Complete thread -- general health or generally healthy
Complete thread -- No, just like any other herb/supplement. I looked online and had 4 different
Complete thread -- She is quite busy as a nanny for 2 young children...
Complete thread -- I would give it to them.
Complete thread -- neither IS
Complete thread -- nannying? Acceptable?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Does she normally say "paragraph"? Almost s/l "paragraph. Speech is fluent"
Complete thread -- Attention span is normal. _____ is fluent. Comprehension is intact.
Complete thread -- sharing my list of herbs/supplements, & sometimes hard to find quickly when needed
Complete thread -- don't believe FDA regulated (generic/brand) however, I don't believe it is a biggy sm
Complete thread -- just dictator way of saying-- something similar in quality, nature, or quantity
Complete thread -- C4--Males: 12 to 72 mg/dL; Females: 13 to 75 mg/dL
Complete thread -- See link for C4 values.
Complete thread -- masseter ?
Complete thread -- Complement markers sent. *C 4* was 43. Renal ultrasound showed kidneys are g
Complete thread -- Lumbar radiculopathy with increasing symptoms
Complete thread -- s/l master. Does NOT sound like masTOID.
Complete thread -- Thank you..
Complete thread -- you can find Fovista here, see link.
Complete thread -- Flovista-Lucentis combination versus Lucentis alone......s/l FLOVISTA?
Complete thread -- (speculation: probably not. But no personal knowledge.:-)
Complete thread -- Might a heent be related to a "haint," meaning a haunting spirit? jest askin'...
Complete thread -- (one huge belly-laugh from me was the source of all those cyber-space vibrations y'all all
Complete thread -- is Saffron Extract a brand name?
Complete thread -- so, okay, just call me Ms Bah, Humbug!
Complete thread -- I agree with oeekmc, LFTs. "F" can be "(mis)heard as "S," "T" as "D.
Complete thread -- hmmm...without further context/info, a word in the position of your s/l would most commonl
Complete thread -- The wav no longer plays for me: wag: cancellous bone? (trying to figure a bone modifier)
Complete thread -- Thank you. (Jimminy Christmas!....Well, I RECKON you deserve thanks!:-)
Complete thread -- dehiscence?
Complete thread -- speculating: dehesis, dishesis, obtuseness, ...still thinking...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- but fluoroscopy is not inserted anywhere.
Complete thread -- probably a 10K deductible
Complete thread -- no device [s/l ub-tee-zis] on systemic or pulmonary venous return
Complete thread -- dang, that is some copay. I also read some onco pt must put up 10,000 copay
Complete thread -- condense make something shorter or more concentrated, as placenta concentrated sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I thought so, thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l might be ischemic disease slurred a bit
Complete thread -- I dont hear anything between hypertrophied and bone.
Complete thread -- You have to re-record it and then upload the 'snippet' on here.
Complete thread -- one thousand dollar.
Complete thread -- PT cannot financially afford MRI of left shoulder joint as he has ____ co-pay.
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob. Do you understand the blank?
Complete thread -- "revealed," not "involved"...
Complete thread -- Submucous resection of nasal turbinates.......s/l "comely", "pummely" bone.
Complete thread -- sending voice file
Complete thread -- Thanks, I will listen again, don't think so though.
Complete thread -- I was thinking "crossover" but that doesn't sound like your s/l.
Complete thread -- vascular surgery
Complete thread -- radiology - sm
Complete thread -- I agree but you can't argue with the person who posted that.
Complete thread -- Glad to help. See how context helps?
Complete thread -- Vessi is no an acceptable word. The correct form was provided for you.
Complete thread -- LFTs
Complete thread -- nvm Gaski
Complete thread -- LSDs are normal.
Complete thread -- no, not on the end of a catheter (!) (!) (!)
Complete thread -- looking for a s/l dr. um graazkey, orthopedic surgeon near miami fl
Complete thread -- She said abdominal aneurysm repair in this post. I've typed lots (maybe not hundreds) but
Complete thread -- Most know this, but for any newbie who isn't used to typing these, an
Complete thread -- she also said angiogram and they insert catheters. pigtail catheters, as a matter of fact
Complete thread -- Vessi loop
Complete thread -- The poster said this time it was an aneurysm repair. Yes, they use video cameras.
Complete thread -- I'm the one who guessed below but then she posted again
Complete thread -- doubt video camera on angiogram.
Complete thread -- pigtail ... is probably it. see post below.
Complete thread -- Catheter
Complete thread -- video camera?
Complete thread -- poster is asking for MORE context...
Complete thread -- Video catheter
Complete thread -- your wave is too short
Complete thread -- pigtail catheter is probably it, very common in angiogram.
Complete thread -- pigtail catheter?
Complete thread -- catheter
Complete thread -- typo in the original cut & paste: should be nephrostolithotoMy
Complete thread -- Please give the full sentence, and ones before and after
Complete thread -- Perhaps you should read the posting rules in the upper right corner. It is
Complete thread -- Depends. Can you post a sound file? What type of report are you typing? Need more
Complete thread -- Video catheter
Complete thread -- Betsy loop ?
Complete thread -- whoops hit enter too soon; they often say "vessie" loop nm
Complete thread -- difficult w/o context, but maybe Vesseloop (they sometimes say
Complete thread -- Some new drug approvals (FDA/drugs.com) link
Complete thread -- How about NP who states "perl" and then tells me "and that's with an A." Why can't
Complete thread -- Need context. What type of procedure is it used in, and what is
Complete thread -- Surgical loop
Complete thread -- have you run across "heent" yet?
Complete thread -- No problemo. It's perfectly logical, though, right? PERRLA pronounced "pearla," so EOMI
Complete thread -- Doh! You weren't asking... you were venting! Doh! Sorry 'bout that!
Complete thread -- EOMI is extraocular muscles (or movement) intact. :-) Keep on keepin' on!!
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- New one on me: Under HEENT, s/l "ee-oh-mee."
Complete thread -- Does patient have hypospadias? Wonder if slurring Thiersch-Duplay
Complete thread -- goood idea posted in wrong section. Blank it
Complete thread -- can post a wav? I don't think "dry" treatment can be fluid-and electrolyte-replacem
Complete thread -- can't get word just prior, might be "3rd" staged ureteroscopic approach
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing this very difficult dictator correctly...
Complete thread -- what is the original procedure being performed and why?
Complete thread -- goood idea
Complete thread -- there is context - not OP
Complete thread -- can we have some more context?
Complete thread -- Dunno. She said Rebac. I left it blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- At this point in time, given the minimal amount of bleeding and given ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- s/l supra-11th (rib - incision for access)
Complete thread -- Extra care was taken to avoid any potential pulmonary complication wit ...
Complete thread -- no Foley in the report, but must be it. ...
Complete thread -- I hear Foley tug. Any mention of placement/indwelling Foley
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Right *fold* staghorn stone. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear, "could feel the Foley tug, however, had no rectal tone"
Complete thread -- i hear "fully" instead of "firmly". not sure. ...
Complete thread -- feel the firmly tug, but, however, had no rectal tone. (no semicolon, not a complete
Complete thread -- He could feel the _____; however, had no rectal tone. ...
Complete thread -- I doubt that .. maybe ???PURBAC® ADULT TABLETS; PURBAC® DOUBLE STRENGTH ...
Complete thread -- Got it! Thanks so very much!
Complete thread -- and I forgot cm on the last one. oops
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- extracranial but s/l extranial ?? but got the rest.
Complete thread -- 4.8 cm AP x 2.7-cm transverse x 28.8 extranial calvarial ridge diameter.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying to help me!!
Complete thread -- Patient has WHO grade III astrocytoma (if that helps).
Complete thread -- AP, transverse and third blank not sure, sorry
Complete thread -- Brain MRI and ESL doctor (WAV file)
Complete thread -- this is a question on a test, so the OP needs to figure it out for themself.
Complete thread -- schedule
Complete thread -- research SLU (scheduled loss of use)
Complete thread -- research SLU (scheduled loss of use)
Complete thread -- the patient had an IME which declined authorization for more physical therapy of
Complete thread -- nuts?
Complete thread -- Wow! It seems legitimate but wonder why there's no trademark? I can't find anything
Complete thread -- found this by googling you phrase sm
Complete thread -- REBAC is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic, killing sensitive bacteria.
Complete thread -- That context was not included with the original post, now was it?
Complete thread -- Her medications at home are metoprolol, Lipitor, Detrol, and s/l Reeback (very clear
Complete thread -- "The patient is allergic to ?nopps?. She is single..."
Complete thread -- Thanks, that helps.
Complete thread -- I found this question on "Course Hero" (do your math)
Complete thread -- Is this a trancription question or a test question?
Complete thread -- to=2?
Complete thread -- chemistry
Complete thread -- sounds like a Howard or Howorth to me. (Howard curette or Howorth osteotome)
Complete thread -- It's "in horizontal gaze" .
Complete thread -- Op Note: Irrigation & debridement first metatarsal/medial cuneiform joint.....
Complete thread -- she has weakness in adduction of the left eye in horizontal gaze
Complete thread -- After our first encounter, we ordered a number of genetic investigatio ...
Complete thread -- another vote for tricky
Complete thread -- those definitions are nouns - you need an adjective
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you! ...
Complete thread -- I agree. I highly doubt it was turkey.
Complete thread -- eventual?
Complete thread -- We also emphasized to him that both options would need s/l ventral?? r ...
Complete thread -- Michael Dolecki MD - Greensburg, PA ?
Complete thread -- Orthopedic surgeon in Pennsylvania: Dr. s/l Duh-leck-ee.
Complete thread -- bet it's tricky
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I obviously didn't think to look up for other meanings.
Complete thread -- slang term such as a failure
Complete thread -- Well, going to move on (short note), but if anyone has any input, I'd
Complete thread -- What does "turkey" mean in following context or does it make sense? Seems pretty
Complete thread -- pt w/chief complaint of irregular menses. has jaundice, "suspect
Complete thread -- yep, agree, found it at the bottom of link oasis provided
Complete thread -- Yes, it's one word.
Complete thread -- Wowie-Zow!! I infer that my quite-a-bit-younger-than-I DDS didn't even realize that!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis,...but I knew that already at the time of your prior post!
Complete thread -- I was laughing with you, not at you...(smiling)
Complete thread -- Carpule is a brand name from 1922, perhaps no longer on the market.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis! appreciation of the humor of flagrant errors on WB at this time of "night"
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I think so...see link
Complete thread -- can it be "scrolls"? ...
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- Eek! FORGET my suggestion, please!! :-)
Complete thread -- okay, thanks.
Complete thread -- "open septal rhinoplasty" is the operation. i wonder how scro ...
Complete thread -- "scrotals" is what I hear. I'm imagining "scrotal sacs bilaterally." Does that make any
Complete thread -- I think it is more generic just like cream, lotion, patch, etc.
Complete thread -- The skin and soft tissue envelope were raised over the medial crura ex ...
Complete thread -- YIKES! I have no clue on either of your questions...SM
Complete thread -- How about underpads? One word?
Complete thread -- is baby wipes a brand name?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I cannot discern. But my guess = THIS doc is cha by explaining why Dr A's dictation is
Complete thread -- Previous dictation was done by ____ Dr. Acampa as an addendum.
Complete thread -- a late thought: could your s/l "deep" mean, instead, "depressor" paresis, not "intense" pa
Complete thread -- I concur with OP's judgment to flag even though I, too, suspect needed word="port."
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! of CUSS, OF cuss! (duh is me! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, billybob! SM
Complete thread -- yes, enough letters for 24 baby teeth, but not 32 adult teeth.
Complete thread -- After tooth F, could be tooth G. I don't know what V might be.
Complete thread -- okay, I'm willing to beat a dead horse by asking what "V" stands for there? Or "G"??
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, billybob! My google of Tooth F facial caries" suggests
Complete thread -- it's "...caries, V for exfoliation, G..." Looping it runs the G and caries together.
Complete thread -- G caries, V for exfoliation, (is what I'm unsure I hear adequately; why so different??:-)
Complete thread -- What I hear is enough different to cause me to hesitate attempting an answer.
Complete thread -- Tooth F: Facial caries _____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- (analogous to "R nephrectomy" and "L nephrectomy")
Complete thread -- unsure about "deep," but I hear "a superior deep paresis on exam."
Complete thread -- The patient did have a superior _____ on exam. ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sounds like milligrays
Complete thread -- my inference is that here doc is using "B" to stand for bilateral (native) nephrectomy
Complete thread -- never mind. ...
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy: 1.2 minutes, _____. ...
Complete thread -- Has anyone every heard of a "B nephrectomy" Full sentence is under past surgical
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- it was retracted.
Complete thread -- The extensor hallucis longus tendon was identified and then lengthened ...
Complete thread -- gee. thanks a lot. i would have never been able to crack this one. ...
Complete thread -- swiss cheese
Complete thread -- He is slurring Protonix and mistakenly omitted the words "and GI" (thus, respectively!)
Complete thread -- He has 15 x 6 cm defect with _____ appearance of the fascia. ...
Complete thread -- (thanks! those words were in UR transcription, but not in the voice clip I initially heard
Complete thread -- (sorry! spazzed trying to type "fetal heart tracing.")
Complete thread -- error. Should be however, these measures were unsuccessful in resuscitating the FH traci t
Complete thread -- error. Should be however, these measures were unsuccessful in resuscitating the FH traci t
Complete thread -- error. Should be however, these measures were unsuccessful in resuscitating the FH traci t
Complete thread -- error. Should be however, these measures were unsuccessful in resuscitating the FH traci t
Complete thread -- quite. it doesn't "quite" sound like.
Complete thread -- I see where it is used for tetanic contractions (on google) but it doesn't
Complete thread -- It's either that or Doxidan. Can't tell. Will blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I got what? ...
Complete thread -- nevermind...you got that.
Complete thread -- Tussidin DM - Dextromethorphan is a cough suppressant. ...
Complete thread -- for ____ contractions
Complete thread -- Resuscitative measures and interventions were again performed includin ...
Complete thread -- Allergy to s/l tussy din (I don't think it's Tussin DM)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- overweight
Complete thread -- The patient is an 11-year-old _____ child who had approximately one mo ...
Complete thread -- Mgt, you have to be listening to another clip. the last sentences is
Complete thread -- the worry is about causing a gas leak within the home. That, + spark: "thar she blows."
Complete thread -- yes, that's it. If MD ureteral stent lingo includes a "pusher" thingamabob, I'd go with
Complete thread -- I lack personal knowledge of procedure & lingo. Googled SM
Complete thread -- plain as day on my end. Sound file was just right.
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks to you all.
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! why, glory be! he DOES say that!! Thanks!
Complete thread -- hmmm....odd...., to me, at end of clip, "CPAP was adjusted...." then cuts off.
Complete thread -- ...prior to skin incision.
Complete thread -- just prior to skin incision. Ancef was given...
Complete thread -- Sorry, Doc...I got it.
Complete thread -- tourniquet inflated just prior to skin incision.
Complete thread -- thanks, Oasis!! :-)
Complete thread -- No mention of sleep apnea. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- link to the post I think you are talking about
Complete thread -- I remember that question. you don't think it could be pusher?
Complete thread -- maybe "at 50 to 150 mmHg" Makes sense to me, anyhow. A range.
Complete thread -- NM, slowed it way down and she's saying "and set to 250 mmHg."
Complete thread -- hard to hear. My "take" = tourniquet is error, is something like tracheal tube in place
Complete thread -- Ortho op note.
Complete thread -- re prior ? on ureteral stent bushel or pushel to hold bladder end in place
Complete thread -- Not sure hearing ankle tourniquet inflation correctly. Please
Complete thread -- Thank you both. I did Google eyes/hyprth.. and found the answer. Thank you again
Complete thread -- Try Googling either one with "eyes"
Complete thread -- eyes could be bulging with Graves disease, so I'd say yes.
Complete thread -- :-) Or maybe they just have rickety pipes or something?
Complete thread -- s/l "eye" signs of hyper- and hypothyroidism? Is eye correct?
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I did flag it.
Complete thread -- Unless they are putting something in the dryer, like tennis balls?? I have no idea.
Complete thread -- Well, I guess he just means like "bumping into it" or something. :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- mild telangiectasias?
Complete thread -- *clean clothes
Complete thread -- the risk of s/l "knocking into" their gas-powered dryer and the risks of dislodging
Complete thread -- descemet
Complete thread -- that's why we need a "running start" on the wav
Complete thread -- s/l mat'-ule inject'-a-sis
Complete thread -- s/l decimate folds
Complete thread -- and THAT the shortening (not "then")
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Should have given you the following link to confirm...see link
Complete thread -- Thanks so much to you both! Will relisten for that.
Complete thread -- fwiw, I would agree. It's balanced salt solution (in) a cannula, though
Complete thread -- Sheets glide?
Complete thread -- Sheets glide? not sure Sheet or Sheets
Complete thread -- sorry, supposed to go to cataract question above
Complete thread -- finding Sheet's or Sheets glide? not sure which
Complete thread -- silicone?
Complete thread -- shaved?
Complete thread -- then the short (radiolunate ligament)?
Complete thread -- Linvatec arthroscopy tower
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- THANKS!! I'll check that out further. : )
Complete thread -- Cataract surgery. Please sm.
Complete thread -- Simcoe?
Complete thread -- admitted for podiatric debridement on 10/6, a.m. The patient has
Complete thread -- yeah but doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- ...for podiatric debridement and sensory exam. Patient has known....
Complete thread -- drilled and set and the *D R D G* was tested and felt
Complete thread -- periosteum was *then sharped slightly*. The plate was
Complete thread -- I hear on 10/6, a.m.
Complete thread -- and long radiolunate *then to soots* and then going over to the volar
Complete thread -- s/l limbo teck arm R scoscopy towel
Complete thread -- A *zimko* handpiece was used with irrigation and aspiration to remove...
Complete thread -- On ___________ exam, the patient has known peripheral vascular
Complete thread -- Once she was well aware of (?the surgical procedure)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- Hmm, maybe just "then used to clear" the anterior chamber. ??
Complete thread -- Balanced salt solution on a cannula was *deem use to clear* the anterior chamber.
Complete thread -- moexipril?
Complete thread -- thought it might be that, wasn't sure
Complete thread -- . On *tense* exam, the patient has known peripheral vascular
Complete thread -- reactive bone *obstruction*
Complete thread -- some kind of sticks, like cyst or test or check sticks? Just a guess tho.
Complete thread -- med s/l menoxapril
Complete thread -- recalcitrant?
Complete thread -- history of positive abutment, *cal sir ant* to conservative management
Complete thread -- ...daily, that is.
Complete thread -- Lovenox 40 mg subcutaneously daily and s/l profannduhs 40 mg by mouth for DVT proph..
Complete thread -- Many references on health boards of people taking 50,000 units. (see link)
Complete thread -- also check out Braun dressing
Complete thread -- brown gauze bandage/roll (see link)
Complete thread -- (Ignore any typos, haven't fixed them yet.)
Complete thread -- Toe amputation. Dressing described, then says covered by "brown roll.* Please
Complete thread -- ??? the risk of not following...
Complete thread -- any suggestions?
Complete thread -- . Of note, patient ____________ following with the
Complete thread -- . The biceps was then tenotomized just above this level, tagged with a Kocher sm
Complete thread -- Thanks! Looks like it's worth a flag.
Complete thread -- When I was on it for low vitamin D it was 50,000 units weekly. Never heard of that much
Complete thread -- But I guess that's what you're referring to in your answer... ?
Complete thread -- I'm questioning the daily dose...isn't that amount usually taken weekly?
Complete thread -- They do rx Vit D in large quantities, so very much could be accurate.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- google tip, fyi
Complete thread -- Vitamin D 50,000 units p.o. "q. day." Is NP misstating either dosage or
Complete thread -- King of Hearts
Complete thread -- thanks poi. That's what I thought I heard but wanted to verify that was it.
Complete thread -- s/l team of hearts cardiac monitor TIA!
Complete thread -- our gloves were changed.
Complete thread -- inaudible?
Complete thread -- The wav does not contain all that was posted, I just added a little context.sm
Complete thread -- t:slim ? not much like your s/l but tee and pee sound similar
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- 2 (units) of platelets.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'd considered that, but in end I decided to flag since I just couldn't be sure.
Complete thread -- Was given *2* platelets intraoperatively. Does that make sense? SM for full
Complete thread -- I'd go with port
Complete thread -- give us the list in its entirety, please
Complete thread -- hmmm... guess that rules out pediatric. I'm not finding too many brand names.
Complete thread -- Never mind, finding documentation on Google.
Complete thread -- Would you flag for doc? He gives Cymbalta doses of 40 and 80 mg, but drug only comes
Complete thread -- port?
Complete thread -- Not familiar with that term in this context. I did google but not sure it
Complete thread -- google: heartburn breoski
Complete thread -- ? bore
Complete thread -- Brioschi has been providing heartburn treatment the world over,
Complete thread -- E-ffectively (not a-)
Complete thread -- Adult...I searched just general Google and archives
Complete thread -- A lid speculum introduced into eye and operating *pore* was brought into place.
Complete thread -- s/l breoski for heartburn
Complete thread -- can you tell us what research you've already done so we don't duplicate your efforts?
Complete thread -- ? Medtronic ?Paradigm ?pediatric
Complete thread -- In list of meds..."Pee trah" insulin pump. Thanks!
Complete thread -- oh! So you DID have some info! Thanks for sharing! Let's play this guessing game again
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- All good. Thought you did that.
Complete thread -- PS - Didn't mean to "shout"... copied and pasted the Header.
Complete thread -- Thank you, All! Pt has eye problems in Hx, but will also flag for MD.
Complete thread -- Why did they have the study performed? What are diagnoses?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking the eye, but wouldn't it be transposition vs transl(lation)?
Complete thread -- I was going to suggest oblique too, but we don't even know the body part, do we?
Complete thread -- oblique?
Complete thread -- This is a bullet point under PERTINENT DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES. No sentence before or after.
Complete thread -- More info please. Sentence before and after.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Ultrasound, rt posterior capsule tightness with s/l ob-LIE-ged
Complete thread -- Z-plasty?
Complete thread -- s/l heat or deep plasty TIA!
Complete thread -- Really? Okay!
Complete thread -- I will bold it. It might belong. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- definitely makes sense there.
Complete thread -- Opaqueness is the same as opacity. If dictated that way, I would type it.
Complete thread -- I know, but not sure if it belongs here.?? ...
Complete thread -- Opaqueness is a word.
Complete thread -- that is what I thought; just never said opacity in that way before. h ...
Complete thread -- SOOF (suborbicularis oculi fat)
Complete thread -- They were then sutured into the *soof* with interrupted 6-0 Vicryl sutures
Complete thread -- opacity?
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray study of lung with asbestos-related disease
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too. Just wanted to confirm. Thanks.
Complete thread -- makes sense, she has to stop on her way up the stairs or inclines to take a break.
Complete thread -- plastic ??
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note, please.
Complete thread -- Tissue transglutaminase autoantibody enzyme-linked immunosorbent
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- transglutaminase antibodies (IgA-tTG)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- a bloodless field
Complete thread -- The tourniquet was inflated prior to incision and to allow for _____. ...
Complete thread -- Carnitor
Complete thread -- drug - s/l konitor
Complete thread -- Elevated MCV and immunoglobulin. ...
Complete thread -- transluminase?? autoantibody
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Is it possible he is just saying "apparent"
Complete thread -- bowing?
Complete thread -- this is also Ivax Senna-Gen.
Complete thread -- wav posted ...
Complete thread -- Next, the cataract was phacoemulsified using a modified stop-and-chop ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I didn't know asterisk sign works in onelook. ...
Complete thread -- Do a little work yourself. Type c*spots in onelook above. You'll have
Complete thread -- The patient additionally displays other signs of neurofibromatosis typ ...
Complete thread -- a "point" chest discomfort or "appoint" chest discomfort?
Complete thread -- must be....
Complete thread -- citalopram?
Complete thread -- Could it be citalopram? Meds are often misspelled and mispronounced b ...
Complete thread -- drug - spelled citlapron
Complete thread -- Thanks!! I've had that before but had forgotten it. I think I will blank the 75 mg for
Complete thread -- maybe trying to say SennaGen - see message for link
Complete thread -- senna "slash chin" 8.6 mg per day
Complete thread -- sorry, Cally, stupidly didn't make the connection!
Complete thread -- is it "the intent of"? ...
Complete thread -- can fill in a couple words: Plastic Surgery was on hand.....using further irrigation...
Complete thread -- The plastic surgery was _____ further irrigation and debridement after ...
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- he seems to have coin this word on his own. have to go with the dicta ...
Complete thread -- no it is not
Complete thread -- Yep, I hear spatula cautery a lot
Complete thread -- Usually hear spatula cautery. May just be the way the dictator
Complete thread -- is hinged knee brace capitalized....
Complete thread -- is there anything called spatula cauterizer? ...
Complete thread -- It means patient had been in a very hot (super overactive) hyperactive thyroid state.
Complete thread -- Not sure what you are questioning - "cally" or "hinged knee brace"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Riluzole?
Complete thread -- could it be "d bilis" (direct bilirubins) in the 4s?
Complete thread -- who presented with abdominal pain and jaundice with elevated white cou ...
Complete thread -- medical history of autism and mood disorder who presented after change ...
Complete thread -- hinged knee brace
Complete thread -- Yeah, that was my first clue, lol. I researched it and found that it wasn't
Complete thread -- I actually had him jump today. I actually spanked him to jump today.
Complete thread -- huh? can you use the word "today"? "jump"?
Complete thread -- desquamation.
Complete thread -- There is some hypertrophic dermal skin around the posterior neck with ...
Complete thread -- I actually was able to get him to jump
Complete thread -- to make sure her thyroid has "calmed down" - I'd type as is.
Complete thread -- actually, had you posted more context, we might have been able to help.
Complete thread -- well, in this case sounds fine. its the 'has got, had got' that I hate, but those are
Complete thread -- why can't you use got? it is a word...bad as it sounds.
Complete thread -- infused, and he's just saying it wrong.
Complete thread -- NM this. He says cannula a few times again, so must be it.
Complete thread -- An anterior *cannula* was established using outside-in needle localization...
Complete thread -- Doc clearly states "insuffuse" a couple of times in op note. Am I safe to type
Complete thread -- elicited?
Complete thread -- Blanking. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- I actually "got" him to jump today. We cannot use the w ...
Complete thread -- plan for radioactive iodine ablation...if the patient is affectively cooled off????
Complete thread -- There are a lot of adhesions and this is an ESL
Complete thread -- But if you had to research it, it isn't really a "first clue"... but it doesn't matter.
Complete thread -- Using the "3 artery technique", the peritoneum was held and opened
Complete thread -- better yet, did the OP look up patin?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sometimes I just have to post to convince myself I'm not crazy.
Complete thread -- yours sounds much closer than my guess!
Complete thread -- yes, this has to be wrong.
Complete thread -- You assumed I assumed. I checked whonamedit and there was no Mr. or Mrs.
Complete thread -- nm, blanking it anyway
Complete thread -- Eletone
Complete thread -- raltegravir?
Complete thread -- s/l elatone ointment
Complete thread -- valacyclovir
Complete thread -- valacyclovir?
Complete thread -- Her abdomen was prepared with chloroform. Has to be incorrect, right?
Complete thread -- Could it be a portal left over from a former procedure or operation?
Complete thread -- Why couldn't it be named after a Hornblower? It IS a real last name.
Complete thread -- S/L valteglovir
Complete thread -- It's not named after Mr. or Mrs. Hornblower. First clue.
Complete thread -- maybe using the term portal to describe the general area where the
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- Egads, if only they'd slow down a bit!! ARRGH! Okay, a couple of s/l inside.
Complete thread -- On shoulder testing, is "hornblower" sign capped? I've googled and
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Oh, I see you gave this answer as well. Thanks, Oasis!
Complete thread -- LOL, I'm here. Long note and was just checking back now. Thanks again to all!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, I think this is it! (I googled as you did, but w/o quotes.) Thanks
Complete thread -- Exactly!
Complete thread -- But will the OP return, that is the question!
Complete thread -- No kidding!
Complete thread -- G2, P2-0-0-2
Complete thread -- Second way is correct
Complete thread -- ;) great minds think alike
Complete thread -- (but it doesn't take a capital C, either)
Complete thread -- we all google at a similar speed
Complete thread -- Is there an echo in here? LOL!
Complete thread -- did you look up "patent"?
Complete thread -- Goutallier
Complete thread -- Here is another possiblity...Goutallier
Complete thread -- Hamada and Fukuda stages?
Complete thread -- Hamada and Fukuda? I just saw this relating to stage 1, 2, 3 of rotator cuff.
Complete thread -- He has got *bah-tale-ee-aye* stage 1 of the infraspinatus. I don't even
Complete thread -- G2, P2, 0-0-2 or G2, P2-0-0-2?? comma or hypen?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- her ears are s/l patin or patent, cant find them on google though
Complete thread -- It does flag it as needing a capital C, but it does give the choice of calcitriol as well.
Complete thread -- Ahh... so that's why it is so often misspelled and now is almost always mispronounced!
Complete thread -- Heads up! Stedman's Spellchecker does NOT flag calcitrol as incorrect.
Complete thread -- thanks for that.
Complete thread -- it's calcitrIol
Complete thread -- medication sounds like new-mit-a-mide
Complete thread -- I think I have finally learned my lesson to stay out the grammer realm
Complete thread -- but those examples are all plural - a "full week" is singular. I'd say "full week's time"
Complete thread -- HAHAHA absolutely (jeesh me!)
Complete thread -- CBCP you mean...lol
Complete thread -- s/l ruh-val-yuh 40 mg q.i.d. TIA!
Complete thread -- nevermind poi, you are right, sorry, thank you!
Complete thread -- I would say "a full weeks' time"
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- was wondering why I couldn't confirm this, but it lead me to the answer.
Complete thread -- a full week's time
Complete thread -- WHAT is the pt being seen for? WHAT kind of doctor?
Complete thread -- a full weeks' time or a full weeks time??
Complete thread -- CPCP (complete blood count and platelets) see link
Complete thread -- Except it's chlorthalidone, but I see you got it with the brand name Thalitone
Complete thread -- no, I don't hear however, anyone else?
Complete thread -- CBC, PT?
Complete thread -- Thalitone. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- s/l CBCP The patient will undergo appropriate preoperative labs including s/l CBCP
Complete thread -- thalidone?
Complete thread -- however
Complete thread -- current medications
Complete thread -- She has had (?????) some five and a half months ago
Complete thread -- give us the word before your blank
Complete thread -- Never mind, found MIST therapy for wound debridement.
Complete thread -- stage III sacral decubitus ulcer status post *miss* treatment
Complete thread -- medication sounds like ther-ra-done
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. flagged.
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ?upper and lower abdomen noted
Complete thread -- intrauterine?
Complete thread -- Normal _______ abdomen was noted as well as the remaining
Complete thread -- Agree, definitely if it's the actual name of event, not if it is a generalization (would
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- chromotubation. ______ cavity and bilateral
Complete thread -- I would, it is the name of the event.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted (I know, poor quality, all suggestions appreciated)
Complete thread -- midway from the knees?
Complete thread -- immediately below the knees?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- Personally, would not capitalize "ball"
Complete thread -- She will be attending the Marine Corps Ball. Would you cap Marine Corps Ball?
Complete thread -- pretibial one word. No wav here either.
Complete thread -- no wav?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Extremities showed 2+ edema in the pre-tibial region_________ knees.
Complete thread -- He does blink to threat
Complete thread -- Sorry, I do not hear anything.
Complete thread -- Help with neurosurgical consult, please.
Complete thread -- thanks - thought so too
Complete thread -- caught her cuticle
Complete thread -- a non *__ area ?
Complete thread -- May 31, 2012, when she ______ on a sharp object. - I think I hear it but not sure.
Complete thread -- His medications prior to admission included _____, Lasix, Prilosec, Tekturna, and he
Complete thread -- s/l mon-mari-car-ian? ENT specialist. Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- help with terminology
Complete thread -- encephalopathic?
Complete thread -- Need help with terminology
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- seamstress.
Complete thread -- She is a _____ in a clothing factory. ...
Complete thread -- Yes *see link
Complete thread -- "in 5/5 tested locations" would make sense
Complete thread -- "normal sensation in 5/5 tested location", does that make sense?
Complete thread -- secondary to tertiary carina
Complete thread -- No, but a lot of U.S. doctors here in the South do take Wednesday afternoons off.
Complete thread -- phlebitic?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sounds like probe.
Complete thread -- word help pls, sm.
Complete thread -- Nothing but Captain Kangaroo Day
Complete thread -- intermittent needle therapy, that's it.
Complete thread -- Check archives. INT = interxxx needle therapy (can't remember exactly)
Complete thread -- did they spell that out ?
Complete thread -- she gets a (???bearing down feeling into her legs) - does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Excellent flow was established through the fistula and a strong _____ ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. by the way less work today. is there holiday in the US ...
Complete thread -- INT?
Complete thread -- caution was heeded.
Complete thread -- Gentle BSS hydrodissection, as well as hydrodelineation were used to e ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- cautery, several small areas
Complete thread -- The subcutaneous tissues were irrigated, dried, and hemostasis obtaine ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- A Kiwi vacuum was placed -
Complete thread -- a Kiwi vacuum
Complete thread -- So, the decision was made to use a vacuum to assist in the delivery. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a ton. ...
Complete thread -- could be either
Complete thread -- just playing around with Google and found: (sm)
Complete thread -- middle-aged?
Complete thread -- deviates from 18.4 to 12.8?
Complete thread -- oh...that's what the OP had typed in the first place. ??
Complete thread -- wow, how did you hear that?
Complete thread -- your wav isn't long enough. it starts at "ended up having..." can you back it up a tad?
Complete thread -- peritoneal. Ended up having a CAT scan showing free..
Complete thread -- This is a 57-year-old male with one day of abdominal pain, found to be ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks all - i will put in for clarification on these particular ones
Complete thread -- ESL white count s/l *dev-a-sets* from 18.4 to 12.8
Complete thread -- Note: strong family history of hereditary aneruysmal disease
Complete thread -- s/l met-lidge 1 pedigree in the connective tissue clinic.
Complete thread -- I would ask how the account wants you to handle this kind of thing because
Complete thread -- The bladder was *protected/retracted* by the bladder blade. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- meant to put period after ant; should be ant. interosseous, post. inter....
Complete thread -- I think it should be typed like this: ...intact ant interosseous, post. interosseous
Complete thread -- as in COPD...AF (atrial fibrillation), but anterior (in my opinion) should be expanded.
Complete thread -- If you can't expand, then I'd say put it that way. (sm)
Complete thread -- verbatim account - nonexpanded words
Complete thread -- It depends on the usage of "who".
Complete thread -- Ty much.
Complete thread -- Would you believe I tried EVERY possible spelling but that? Many thanks :)
Complete thread -- ARCIS?
Complete thread -- I'd do it as you did -- looks good to me!
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please. Sentence inside. Ty.
Complete thread -- "Unable to retrieve report from *arcus* at this time."
Complete thread -- Semicolon or period must be before your however and a comma after, not BEFORE however.
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- No wav there?
Complete thread -- I dont think perturbation fits.. (an agitated liver?) hmmm
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't see the wav, but it won't play for for me.
Complete thread -- can I guess that it was a mistake? do you hear lovata or lovaza?
Complete thread -- That must be it. I think too it is a correction. Thanks so much! I did not have the word
Complete thread -- into the tertiary carina? (correction from secondary)
Complete thread -- I have posted the WAV now. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Secondary "deh-toshi" carina.
Complete thread -- Hmm, I guess she could mean that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- currently on Lovaza; however, her LDL is not at goal. (punctuation too)
Complete thread -- LDL cholesterol is not at goal. and maybe he's saying Lovaza wrong.
Complete thread -- why do I hear lovata and what does it mean LDL is not her goal?
Complete thread -- gallbladder wall of 4 mm?
Complete thread -- Showed gallbladder stones and sludge with a *wall* of 4 mm & no pericholecystic fluid
Complete thread -- I used to, but my QA took those commas out?
Complete thread -- Lovaza?
Complete thread -- I'd put it there.
Complete thread -- She is currently on s/l "lavata", however her "LDL is not a goal."
Complete thread -- I guess every account is different. My QA will tell us to do that whe doc
Complete thread -- Would this be proper of word perturbation?
Complete thread -- Does a comma usually go before "who" in instances like the following: (See inside)
Complete thread -- Or if it is a direct quote, of course.
Complete thread -- I never use quotes unless dictated to use quotes.
Complete thread -- BTW it is really Tylenol No. 3 not Tylenol 3
Complete thread -- If you're sure he means butalbital, use that. If not, you can either flag or
Complete thread -- with depth electrodes
Complete thread -- medication doctor spells out B-u-t-a-l-b, what should I do?
Complete thread -- Consider sphenoid ______ electrodes for further assessment
Complete thread -- Nope and I forgot and sent it in with a blank. lol Thanks though
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- oh, think dr. is saying "risk stratification" not stress ***
Complete thread -- s/l carcification (not sure what fits there classification?) sm plse
Complete thread -- how to type total cholesterol, dictated "two four fifteen" (LDL is 119)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- yes, see link.
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- s/l side stays ??
Complete thread -- A full *nee sign* with node dissection was then performed...
Complete thread -- sphenoid *adept* electrodes
Complete thread -- WOW, you are incredible! Thanky you Elfie!
Complete thread -- nasolabial lesion was likewise excised / during the ward rounds
Complete thread -- chest tube left *bay-sul-ree* in left hemithorax. Please sm for
Complete thread -- WAV posted with 2 blanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank you! I'll look into that further. : )
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Algosteril?
Complete thread -- ? Aquacel ?Aqua silver
Complete thread -- the remainder of the tissue was sent in normal fashion.
Complete thread -- she may be trying to say GGTP
Complete thread -- The wound was debrided and packed with compression dressings and an s/l aquatherea sm
Complete thread -- could just be medium-sized.
Complete thread -- ??? thus accomplished recovery of...
Complete thread -- cervix appropriate size, uterus anteverted, slightly boggy...
Complete thread -- chromosome analysis. __________ in normal fashion. ... medium _____________ curettes
Complete thread -- NP tripping all over herself, but if anyone can figure what lab would fit here....
Complete thread -- a few blanks
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: Exam under anesthesia/curettage (he says slash)
Complete thread -- Sorry, think I got them.
Complete thread -- didn't find your exact phrase, but researching tells me it fits your context.
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- ctrl F: a generalized effect of “smoothing” or “annealing” (link)
Complete thread -- ...I mean "thank" you!
Complete thread -- Thanks you. I was just reading "10-30 scope" without the degrees in there.
Complete thread -- I found nothing supporting it?
Complete thread -- Terrible use if that is indeed what he is saying.
Complete thread -- 10 (mm) 30 (degree). so you really should not use any dash which would imply 10 TO 30
Complete thread -- new term to me, but <thermal microdebridement anneal> has good Google support.
Complete thread -- **anneal** the tissue. Definition is enclosed from Mosby Med Dict. Does it make
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- for that!
Complete thread -- 10/30 or 10-30
Complete thread -- listen for Vibramycin
Complete thread -- erythromycin?
Complete thread -- sigmoidectomy. We used s/l ten thirty degree scope for the procedure. 10-30-degree?
Complete thread -- med s/l river mycin
Complete thread -- Ortho - does this make sense
Complete thread -- feelS like (in case you didn't catch it)
Complete thread -- or "present" (I know you hear "plus", but maybe it is slurred)
Complete thread -- definition of depot injection
Complete thread -- it is clearly sounding like plus, is it possible "bowel sounds are ...
Complete thread -- You bet!
Complete thread -- It went in my expander!
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. That makes sense now that I see it!
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- listen for "positive"
Complete thread -- I think it's as you have it
Complete thread -- Thoracostomy. 15-mm s/l flexipath thoracic trocar was used.
Complete thread -- Found it! Mimetic - new one on me.
Complete thread -- bowel sounds are "s/l plus"
Complete thread -- me too - zygomatic
Complete thread -- Normally one hears CE laden tumor. Not sure of 2e
Complete thread -- wav file.
Complete thread -- Only matic I can think of is zygomatic?
Complete thread -- brain fart?? s/l ** and pneumatic ** or ** endomatic **
Complete thread -- Thank you. That's what I chose.
Complete thread -- the fact that she cannot put weight on her leg is disconcerting to her.
Complete thread -- Very clear PA. The patient is status post total hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- ester 2e laden tumor
Complete thread -- Probably means when the patient gets to his assigned room before the OR (prophylactic AB)
Complete thread -- Wynne-Davies signs
Complete thread -- s/l "wynn-davies" signs
Complete thread -- google your s/l with the word anesthesia and see the results
Complete thread -- Tumescent anesthesia (SM)
Complete thread -- Anesthesia: S/L*Tu-mest-i-sin* IV sedation. Procedure: VNUS closure right greater...
Complete thread -- Ancef at room temp maybe
Complete thread -- might be room temp
Complete thread -- maybe means when the patient gets to the operating room?
Complete thread -- hmm no definitely s/l room but thanks.
Complete thread -- ?at noon time
Complete thread -- ortho surgery - sm
Complete thread -- That was my first thought, too. I'm going to have to flag it because it's not clear. Thx
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. Guess I think too much sometimes! : )
Complete thread -- euthymic?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Help with psych note, please.
Complete thread -- Only thing that comes to mind is SVC which can cause problems with IV access
Complete thread -- as far as why no T, can only assume it is because they are two different medications with
Complete thread -- ...and she goes on to say was switched to Depo-Provera. Why is one med
Complete thread -- Procedure: Laparotomy, lysis of adhesions, jejunostomy, feeding tube ...
Complete thread -- Female with endometriosis. Has been on "deh-poe lupron" since June. Does she mean
Complete thread -- any past medical history, also what kind of procedure. More info please
Complete thread -- lol So sorry!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks, thought I was losing it more than normal!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WRONG POST
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- I hear "coblate" or "cobulate" which I assume is a docism of coblation
Complete thread -- IV access was difficult given his *STT* syndrome. ...
Complete thread -- what kind of specimen, from where in the body, diagnosis, need more info please
Complete thread -- The specimen was then sent for frozen section and returned as _____ tu ...
Complete thread -- yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- arcuate line?
Complete thread -- prostatectomy - s/l art-a-cue-it
Complete thread -- thank you.. I will flag these.
Complete thread -- small nubbins of adenoid tissue ...
Complete thread -- No attempts to coagulate _____ were made.
Complete thread -- to be minimal. _____ adenoidal tissue were vaporized with the Coblato
Complete thread -- But I am still hearing a strong "r"aminate drum...
Complete thread -- relistening: second s/l ..possibly laminate drums?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- agree, I hear that too
Complete thread -- ENT: s/l "paint" or powder? and s/l "ram-in-ate" drum?
Complete thread -- I think he said "additional family members" not the patient and...
Complete thread -- with the patient and family members, and __________ I will order a CT of
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- restoration of flow through the bypass.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
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Complete thread -- I'd say get rid of that filter if you can't look up medical words...
Complete thread -- yes, has contractions.
Complete thread -- in the barbecue position? Is that like with a roasted pig? :)
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Complete thread -- can it be "barbecue" by any chance? ...
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Complete thread -- patient appears severely "contracted" cannot give history. sm
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in a _____ position. The right temporal region ...
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Complete thread -- ortho help, sm please
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Complete thread -- http://www.marnys.com/store/en/prod.asp?ref=MN438#.UGty601Y2vV
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Complete thread -- my filter on my internet does not let me enter. Can you enlighten me?
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Complete thread -- I got them both on google, but i am not sure if that is what she is saying..
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Complete thread -- oxyntic mucosa
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Complete thread -- microzide?
Complete thread -- Pratt (dilator)
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Complete thread -- gastric wall lined by normal "ocsinic" mucosa Thank you
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Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- attached, maybe she was just making a mistake?
Complete thread -- Misunderstood question...600 mg of calcium/D and 400 units of vitamin D.
Complete thread -- s/l the frankum
Complete thread -- TSH "returned" at 0.421?
Complete thread -- What comes before and after this excerpt?
Complete thread -- Okay, de novo lesion (see link)
Complete thread -- I cant find the expression TSH return on google. Ever heard of it?
Complete thread -- how would you write this? Calcium D?
Complete thread -- Thank you, I'll check this out!
Complete thread -- ...but then again, there are many references to "de novo lesions."
Complete thread -- de novo region would seem to make more sense than lesion in this instance.
Complete thread -- yes thanks!
Complete thread -- de novo?
Complete thread -- Angiogram w/stent placement (east Indian ESL). Please sm.
Complete thread -- lol, I had to use Ctrl F to even find where he'd said anything about strength.
Complete thread -- nevermind...i didn't click & read the whole thing.
Complete thread -- Strength exam isn't even in what the OP posted, is it?
Complete thread -- Where it says "strength exam is normal," insert the new dictation.
Complete thread -- pusher?
Complete thread -- He says OH PLEASE CHANGE THE STRENGTH EXAM. I'm not sure what to change
Complete thread -- ureteral stent placement procedure, s/l busho/bushel or push-ull sm pls
Complete thread -- Got it, helical rim. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- He definitely says tracks/tracts. He is very clear, but I've been typing him for 6 years
Complete thread -- It's absolutely not grafts. Ty for suggestion, though.
Complete thread -- what's terrible is that you posted this and STILL gave us no context!
Complete thread -- please, oh please give us context
Complete thread -- especially since he says they are in satisfactory position
Complete thread -- and if he had ACL reconstruction, I'd think graft would be more appropriate
Complete thread -- usually I hear patella tracking with the track as verb. It 'tracks' in the grooves that
Complete thread -- would they call a tunnel a tract??
Complete thread -- I can't post links here, but I googled two words (patella tracks) and got
Complete thread -- S/l tracks or tracts. Anyone have any thoughts/opinions? All are welcome. :)
Complete thread -- Relistened and doesn't sound like grafts. It actually s/l tracks. ???
Complete thread -- grafts?
Complete thread -- some of us might be able to figure it out w/o the wav if you just gave some context.
Complete thread -- yup that is the sound quality, terrible right
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Please see inside for s/l and full context. Ty!
Complete thread -- symmetrically-occuring spindles? spindles that occur symmetrically?
Complete thread -- I'd expand to sclerotherapy. Probably saying sclero.
Complete thread -- I would type that verbatim, just how he says it, but occurring spindles occur makes no sen
Complete thread -- maybe short for sclerotherapy needle - I think that would go with Botox, but not sure
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- colonoscopy - pylorus? could be scleral, not sure.
Complete thread -- no context + crappy wav makes it hard to help. How about some context??
Complete thread -- Holy crap. Is that the best sound quality you get??
Complete thread -- Scleral needle used for colonoscopy
Complete thread -- more info and longer wav might help - s/l he is on *___ replacement?
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Complete thread -- Some vertex v-wave activity and symmetrically occurring spindles occur with light sle
Complete thread -- quickly, especially given he is on (???????)
Complete thread -- ty
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Complete thread -- with the patient’s son and wife ________ and discussed the risk of not following
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind. Flagging. Think he's giving wrong dose of Femara as well (2.5 mg usual dose)
Complete thread -- Don't like his accent at all. ;/ Cavitary lesion
Complete thread -- God I love that accent. but there is a sustained
Complete thread -- 1 and if you can type it, the symbol # is fine.
Complete thread -- hypomania nor mania but (?????) sustained period of time
Complete thread -- 2. _____________ lesion in the lung.
Complete thread -- cardiac.. how to write diagonal #1?? see sentence
Complete thread -- Pipelle
Complete thread -- previous numbness in her hands when she was on s/l "taxitek"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the endometrial biopsy _______ was used to obtain sample
Complete thread -- Pipelle
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Complete thread -- ooh- much better answer than mine, I bet that's it.
Complete thread -- barber ?
Complete thread -- it sounds OK to me, liberalize meaning to be able to move it more
Complete thread -- PIP
Complete thread -- included an open _____ dislocation of his left
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Complete thread -- endometrial biopsy *plet tell* was used to obtain
Complete thread -- sounds like "arborer" but that is a pretty obscure occupation. See link
Complete thread -- thank you. have a great day! ...
Complete thread -- He is retired _____ .
Complete thread -- hyperesthetic would fit
Complete thread -- unsure about this...s/l liberalize. Is this right, or what sounds right?
Complete thread -- inguinal
Complete thread -- WAG imperception?
Complete thread -- s/l unpreception
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- I see now that the current wav was asked & answered like 10 hours ago
Complete thread -- not your wav yet (on the current wav, he is saying "papillary thyroid carcinoma")
Complete thread -- ICD generator replaced and doc giving final parameters...
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Complete thread -- is a one-pack-per-day smoker and uses alcohol moderately. He is retired _____
Complete thread -- only if it were the head of state
Complete thread -- my error - no sense in sacral
Complete thread -- ? ECU/FCU
Complete thread -- you are right (not sacral!)
Complete thread -- ? IP dislocation
Complete thread -- The ulnar side was approached *A C U S C U* approach
Complete thread -- His injuries included an open *torpedis location* of his left ring finger.
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Complete thread -- Never mind. Short note and need to send in now. Flagging dosage.
Complete thread -- I'm having a problem distinguishing between vitamin D3 1000 units
Complete thread -- hmmm...good suggestion. I'll take another listen. Thanks!
Complete thread -- could be the 'D' sound is from "end", maybe it is EGG?
Complete thread -- Boy did I ever try to hear THAT!! ;-) I might have to QA this one. thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- DJD?
Complete thread -- patient with polymyalgia rheumatica...prednisone taper
Complete thread -- Can you give the sentences before and after the s/l?
Complete thread -- patient in for general wellness exam, at the end "DGG discussed." any idears on that?
Complete thread -- Yes! THANK YOU TIM!
Complete thread -- Percolone (oxycodone)?
Complete thread -- got it,Peustow
Complete thread -- s/l pusto fashion.....
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. This is what I was looking for and after 15 minutes of searching
Complete thread -- see dictionary message
Complete thread -- s/l peri-cologne IR 20 mg p.r.n. for pain
Complete thread -- Could someone please refresh my memory (senior moment here)
Complete thread -- the mandibular condyle... They use elastic bands, but cannot find any 'Foley'
Complete thread -- Gleason grade 5?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- not sure on the first one, but second one Kocher (pronounced coker)
Complete thread -- placed a Kocher
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Complete thread -- s/l corner stripper
Complete thread -- bisecting the *seldin* posteriorly
Complete thread -- No. Oasis got it. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- FYI Gram is capitalized
Complete thread -- Brushings will be sent for cytology as well as * A P P*, PCP and gram stain and the w
Complete thread -- Since the pt is on Neurontin, could she also be on Cogentin 0.5 mg? Any history of
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Complete thread -- Correction. I did find Progenta, but I don't think it fits context.
Complete thread -- Tradjenta
Complete thread -- Biox III ear oximeter in Stedman's Medical Equipment
Complete thread -- From med list *Per gent a* 5 mg every day.
Complete thread -- be sure to look up both words
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Complete thread -- Thank you both. I will listen again.
Complete thread -- there is a Luikart by itself and then 4 others but none s/l typhoon
Complete thread -- In listed vital signs. see message s/l biox
Complete thread -- Luikart not sure of the rest
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Complete thread -- Cannot find anything referring to this in BOS, I would also do it just as he
Complete thread -- Female patient who has undergone multiple lower extremity venous
Complete thread -- thank you for the information and input.
Complete thread -- sounds like "lukehart typhoon hai" forceps
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe CPK with a stumble?
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Complete thread -- Format question: When Dr. dictates a patient spelling out their name, is it typed
Complete thread -- I thought it might be that, but I couldn't find any references to it . .
Complete thread -- pocket of liquidity?
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Complete thread -- ESL with heavy accent - see msg.
Complete thread -- lab test s/l AGPK TIA!
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Complete thread -- s/l Silera screw fixation for kyphotic deformity.
Complete thread -- it most certainly does make sense
Complete thread -- face-to-face (since it is describing contact time). If he said just face to face was 35
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- yes, listen for "showed the final result is lipoma."
Complete thread -- pathology which showed a *final resolves* lipoma. ? if saying final results
Complete thread -- DUUHHHH
Complete thread -- probably DJD.
Complete thread -- OTHER DIAGNOSES: Obesity, BMI 38, postop anemia and *B J D. *
Complete thread -- face to face or face-to-face?
Complete thread -- Got it! Actigraphy!
Complete thread -- Pt with insomnia/sleep lab consult
Complete thread -- not sacral.... makes no sense. same chest pain, also with the possibility of the same
Complete thread -- oops! should have googled before I posted - never mind
Complete thread -- s/l reflex, but makes no sense. Plse sm for context
Complete thread -- rest of the small bowel from the *in-zine* limb to the anastomosis the alimentary lim
Complete thread -- ? sacral chest discomfort (I think that's what I'm hearing)
Complete thread -- sorry, i just saw this & someone posted another wav on top before yours was answered.
Complete thread -- so sorry-sent job with flag, did next job, just forgot to check back
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Complete thread -- OK, fine. I'm glad I didn't waste any time trying to help you.
Complete thread -- with the possibility of ____ chest discomfort as well who has been complaining
Complete thread -- s/l He is a typical postop perforated appendix?? and is doing very wel ...
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Complete thread -- *** was kind enough to ask me to refer Heather (???????)
Complete thread -- does that mean you're not looking for Julio anymore?
Complete thread -- Now changes to Doctor Addie Castillo Espanale??? cannot find
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Complete thread -- She was advised to take Metamucil 2 teaspoons *full spee oh* daily.
Complete thread -- The normal *arborization* pattern was preserved in the rectum.
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Complete thread -- just google right eberrant posterior bile duct the way you have it and you will see it
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Complete thread -- The more I listened, the more it s/l like fibrinous! Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l sectoral
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Complete thread -- retic (reticulocyte)
Complete thread -- Lungs: Clear. S1, S2 regular. Abdomen benign.
Complete thread -- platelet count was 472,000, *which* count was 19.6. Sodium 133, potassium
Complete thread -- I realize that, but could not think anything else could fit in this instance, probably
Complete thread -- Icteric sclerae?
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Complete thread -- She says she does NOT hear fibrinous, MT50. ;)
Complete thread -- A few questions
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Complete thread -- there is no atrophy does not make sense to me here.
Complete thread -- listen for normal heart SOUNDS (not size)
Complete thread -- SS disease
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Complete thread -- are you talking about Touhy?
Complete thread -- s/l "too eee" device. Aortogram report.
Complete thread -- my thoughts exactly, elfie.
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Complete thread -- you have cardiac exam twice, i think 1st should be lungs. cry-cre-a might be mangling
Complete thread -- just listened again and s/l...maybe cry-career....any thoughts greatly appreciated
Complete thread -- Went with that. Thanks all of you! Once I get a word in my head, I hear nothing else!
Complete thread -- I think the third s/l....could be apical systolic murmur....
Complete thread -- I have three s/l...on foreign doctor that I sure need help with...thanks..sm
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Complete thread -- Sorry sounds like obsessive to me
Complete thread -- objective thinking?
Complete thread -- Adjustive thinking?
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Complete thread -- wav file. Psych report. Could not refill Prozac for a week.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think Bugbee is more for urology surgery (prostate, etc). But...I did look up thunder
Complete thread -- Bugbee?
Complete thread -- s/l thunder bead electrocautery
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- band is correct, also known as Bandl's ring.
Complete thread -- possible contraction *band* to the lower uterine
Complete thread -- Olympus?
Complete thread -- mentioned it as "flexible sigmoidoscopy with s/l XP scope."
Complete thread -- listen for flexi-scope?
Complete thread -- this? Sigmoidoscopy with s/l XP scope. thanks.
Complete thread -- *hint* most of what you hear will not be pronounced right, so you either gotta go with
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the responses.
Complete thread -- I also work for a "large" national...but this isn't one of our words. I sent it in as
Complete thread -- again, with no sound, perhaps pneumatic sequential compression...?
Complete thread -- how about "sequential" instead of segmental...even tho I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything but 1 second of sound, then nothing.
Complete thread -- You don't give enough of a lead in to hear your blank but
Complete thread -- addd .wav
Complete thread -- General surgery - type of compression stocking
Complete thread -- thanks again for that info.
Complete thread -- the craniocaudal measurement is top to bottom and the second is anterior to posterior (AP)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- craniocaudal
Complete thread -- radiology - sm
Complete thread -- Yes, verbatim and I did send it in, but it sure just sounds strange. Thanks Ya'll!
Complete thread -- It's in my company's list of approved words in our Transcription Guide.
Complete thread -- you're stuck with it, that's what verbatim is for.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't even try on a verbatim account, the meaning is clear.
Complete thread -- I'm on a verbatim acct, and doc says 'spasming' - can anyone find this as a real word
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- My Sted's Ortho has heterogenous graft.
Complete thread -- It was "heterogeneous soft tissue mass."
Complete thread -- it would depend on the context
Complete thread -- it is always heterogenEous
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking. I just cannot confirm anything.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking "eneous" is correct on x-rays...if I'm reading it right.
Complete thread -- (I see spellings for Kalecki and Gawecki too, good "Polish?" name...lol
Complete thread -- Galecki is a common name up there, but I'm not seeing a doc?
Complete thread -- Like yourself, I found various answers, so not sure which one is correct. :(
Complete thread -- Doctor (perhaps orthopedic) in Pennsylvania s/l Guh-leck-ee.
Complete thread -- sm - and just to confuse myself (and you) more...
Complete thread -- I "thought" heterogenous is on an x-ray, heterogeneous is a mixture (as in chemistry)
Complete thread -- Do you all use heterogenous or heterogenEous? I am finding conflicting info in differ
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Jr., Jr; Sr., Sr (BoS 2 has it either way for Jr., so you can probably leave it as is.
Complete thread -- I'd put Smith, IV, just as you'd comma for Jr. ?
Complete thread -- tyvm ! :)
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe John Smith IV. See inside for sentence.
Complete thread -- There is a Sancuso - see message for more info
Complete thread -- medication "fancuso"? Patient with mult probs on mult meds, fancuso and Ritalin
Complete thread -- AV malformation repair
Complete thread -- any ideas? sm
Complete thread -- I figured it out. it was rootlet.
Complete thread -- T9 AV fistula
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Complete thread -- well, I've heard "Jahani" before, not this particular doc tho, but thats a very common
Complete thread -- I've heard the name before, googled it, found a pain doc, and voila... there it was.
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- paracentral disc hernation that s/l faces good or facisgo
Complete thread -- I'd say so.
Complete thread -- does this make sense, he is mumbling so maybe I misplaced an and instead of a etc.
Complete thread -- I think 30% refers to FiO2, on nasal CPAP of 4 cm of water pressure.
Complete thread -- it was commented that there was no injury
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Complete thread -- Thanks! (If I EVER knew this, I had forgotten! :-)
Complete thread -- (I would be forced to do the same! ENTIRELY too fast, fer cryin' out loud! :-)
Complete thread -- never mind. sending with blank. ...
Complete thread -- At this point, it was _____ that there was no injury to the left urete ...
Complete thread -- thanks. bone must be it. ...
Complete thread -- bed? bone? (need more info to be sure)
Complete thread -- The site was exposed and _____ was cleared. ...
Complete thread -- Actually, yes I did but I googled as Zonatus and got nothing. I also went to Drugs@FDA,
Complete thread -- *actually, its a capsule. I was wrong.
Complete thread -- Not trying to be rude, but it is spelled just how you have it; it is a cough syrup.
Complete thread -- Google is our friend... Zonatuss it is (did you look it up?
Complete thread -- med s/l Zonatuss
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- procerus (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l prosirius
Complete thread -- low abdominal pain?
Complete thread -- well, we have now!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the try :)
Complete thread -- definitely sounds like holo- I was trying for whole abdominal pain but he says the "o"
Complete thread -- ? "all over" abdominal pain
Complete thread -- oops...sentence was cut off
Complete thread -- Presents with an episode of holoabdominal pain which is now resolved with CT revealing int
Complete thread -- what is the exact sentence?
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard of "holoabdominal pain" ? I see holoabdominal ultrasound.
Complete thread -- sialagogue
Complete thread -- make liberal use of s/l cy-ala-gogs such as tart candies and the like.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- strengthening
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! You are the bestest :)
Complete thread -- POSSIBLE DIAGNOSIS: Intermittent explosive disorder?
Complete thread -- Help with psych note, please.
Complete thread -- Gilenya
Complete thread -- Not much like your s/l but new one is Aubagio (teriflunomide)
Complete thread -- New multiple sclerosis medication sm
Complete thread -- I bet WAS "adjusted", the clue "empiric" Will let you look it up for def.
Complete thread -- I am also recommending physical therapy to improve _____
Complete thread -- Mom has a CPAP, I'd say on 30% of nasal CPAP of 4.
Complete thread -- I have no idea, so only guessing... but was 94% with 30% nasal CPAP set on 4?
Complete thread -- Pulse oximetry 94% s/l in 30% nasal CPAP of 4. TIA!
Complete thread -- never mind... found Xifaxan
Complete thread -- med list s/l sigh-thax-in 550 mg bid
Complete thread -- NM. postconceptional age
Complete thread -- tube fed with s/l pos-goff sectional age TIA!
Complete thread -- Found it, once I listened and thought about reasons: Ferrlecit
Complete thread -- IV "therolicit" -- plain-talking doctor. This is for anemia with iron deficiency
Complete thread -- Had to flag it. Thanks. Nm
Complete thread -- coronary disease and atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- Is this something you just knew or did you find the info somewhere?
Complete thread -- absolutely agree
Complete thread -- I'd venture to guess they said "The decision was then made..." not incision...?
Complete thread -- Relistor
Complete thread -- who, incidentally, was indicted for prescribing narcotics ...
Complete thread -- Jahani perhaps?
Complete thread -- QuikLok ?? Please research further, it just showed up on google when I started typing
Complete thread -- s/l "quick-lock" for an ACL repair?
Complete thread -- I just hear "the patient did not tolerate regular food." Don't hear "had already"
Complete thread -- Thanks a ton!
Complete thread -- Serum T-Spot.TB test was negative. (looks like the period and TB are part of the name)
Complete thread -- The incision was then made to place the feeding jejunostomy, as the pa ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- for constipation: s/l lovostar
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Really sounds like squad or squawk.
Complete thread -- t-spot.tb test
Complete thread -- s/l Jo-haw-nee Looking for doc that was in CO 20+ years ago.TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Glisson's ?
Complete thread -- something and Tenormin?
Complete thread -- flow sheet?
Complete thread -- At this point, we turned our attention to the _____ capsule just on th ...
Complete thread -- could it be de-epithelializing, shortened to de-eping?
Complete thread -- s/l squad sheet TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l pulmitormin
Complete thread -- s/l slight or slide
Complete thread -- s/l "slight" (dental)
Complete thread -- After _____ the inferior pedicle, we then made our full-thickness pare ...
Complete thread -- gravida 1 para 0 at 40-0/7 weeks.
Complete thread -- gravida 1, para 0
Complete thread -- "used to around" doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- archives bring up Salazopyrin? see link.
Complete thread -- Attention was then placed back to the proximal screw. This screw then stripped out.
Complete thread -- Okay I have been having trouble with my WAVs. Will probably just have to send it in.
Complete thread -- I don't hear your WAV file. It is still the one below.
Complete thread -- Wav is from the prior post.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- A 60-year-old white female who has a history of hypertesion, osteoporosis, sm
Complete thread -- left sacrum anterior
Complete thread -- Twin-B delivered breech from _____ at 08:53 a.m. ...
Complete thread -- maybe adolescent?
Complete thread -- leaning?
Complete thread -- drug s/l fal-aze-a-pirone
Complete thread -- cocainized?
Complete thread -- absence?
Complete thread -- shoulder lower than the other, patient corrects with s/l "keeling"? TIA! nm
Complete thread -- Nose was meticulously marked and then localized and *kolconized*.
Complete thread -- Looks like Mintox. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- s/l "Mentox" oral solution 20 mL p.o. daily p.r.n. indigestion.
Complete thread -- not so sure a-fib would be becaue of ASHD...? but I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- what was it supposed to be? for the life of me, I can't think...
Complete thread -- Anterior and posterior fat pads can be seen on the lateral view of the ...
Complete thread -- do hear air
Complete thread -- No *air* in the tissues.
Complete thread -- elbow s/l pad - found little documentation
Complete thread -- Ah, I'm seeing this now and learned something new. Already sent in with a flag, but
Complete thread -- funniest thing I've seen from VR in a while "applesauce epilepsy."
Complete thread -- 3+ right patellar, 2+ left patellar, AND 3+ WITH 3 beats of clonus at the bilateral
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho has conjoined, FYI.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!! ...
Complete thread -- it is "embolus" with a 'u', and you should put what was dictated and not change it
Complete thread -- Fat embolism syndrome
Complete thread -- Yes to both. Thanks so very much!!
Complete thread -- bloodstream?
Complete thread -- catheter-associated
Complete thread -- Found to have *kay-tee-tell* associated *bleh-fa-seem* infection.
Complete thread -- Y view? sorry it's probably too late.
Complete thread -- Y view
Complete thread -- NM, will flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Shoulder x-rays: APs, obliques, and *lie* views. SM for context.
Complete thread -- arteriosclerotic heart disease IN THE form of atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- I agree, flag. She has too many numbers in there somewhere.
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Need help with comma placement or such. To me, she seems to be leaving out something
Complete thread -- Thank you, that I what I also thought I heard but had to be sure
Complete thread -- unlikely?
Complete thread -- as well as the (????)possibility of coeliac disease and see you for these results.
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- Yes, can hear that now! Thanks for your help. : )
Complete thread -- i think so too.
Complete thread -- wow, that is so slurred I couldn't get anything, sounds like she's underwater.
Complete thread -- arteriosclerotic heart disease ? i'd think form of AF is another condition.
Complete thread -- Sometimes I just want to shake these guys and say, "Get the marbles out
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- bone blister
Complete thread -- flatus loss and (????)(???????) of bowel consistency
Complete thread -- But I know could be wrong...hard to get solid answer on which is
Complete thread -- Stedman's GU showing only conjoined tendon.
Complete thread -- yup, I think conjoint is right, right?
Complete thread -- and then conjoint tendon seems right, too
Complete thread -- OH Yeah, and every choice seemed okay, I'm still searching, too
Complete thread -- Did you try google?
Complete thread -- spermatic cord and conjoin, cojoined or conjoined tendon?
Complete thread -- S/P knee arthroplasty, patient had bone s/l breester TIA!
Complete thread -- something rise left lower extremity to buttock level...
Complete thread -- Thank you both!!! :)
Complete thread -- what is the pt's complaint?
Complete thread -- s/l centrorize LLE to buttock level only TIA!
Complete thread -- it's Cardioblate IrrigatED Radiofrequency device
Complete thread -- Cardioblate?
Complete thread -- **cardio leg** see msg.
Complete thread -- Thanks! She pronounced it as two words - that threw me off.
Complete thread -- escitalopram
Complete thread -- med S/L acitel teloropam
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Think I got it!
Complete thread -- Looking for doctor: s/l Dr. M. Allison Erinsman ?? can't find
Complete thread -- thanks man. ...
Complete thread -- perseverative
Complete thread -- However, within the next two hours the patient began to have very ____ ...
Complete thread -- adjust - clear as a bell (but obviously should be adjusted)
Complete thread -- I'd say he meant to say adjusted and only got out adjust.
Complete thread -- antibiotics of Invanz and Flagyl. They were _____.
Complete thread -- what word is spoken right after your s/l? (e.g. "two" "next" "period" "DVT")
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- adjuvant
Complete thread -- torus tubarius
Complete thread -- ENT note for procedure using nasal endoscope. Please
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think I can get that now. This guy slurs quite a lot!
Complete thread -- kind of hard to guess without the rest of the sentence.
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- They were *of just* - does not sound like adjusted... any ideas?
Complete thread -- good job poi!
Complete thread -- Thanks a million, poi!
Complete thread -- subcuticular 3-0 Polysorb. 3-0, not throughout.
Complete thread -- middle ear fluid
Complete thread -- excellent pulsatile flow. subcuticular. and Prolene sutures (sutures isn't capped)
Complete thread -- Ear exam: No evidence of effusion, infection, or *mil-your* fluid. SM
Complete thread -- finishing a sentence with POLYSORB on the skin after surgery
Complete thread -- TT-TG: tibial tuberosity-trochlear groove distance
Complete thread -- TT-TG
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming. If that what he says, I should give it to him as dictated.
Complete thread -- sure sounds like TTG.
Complete thread -- WAV now posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- CT scanner takes 180 sets of lines, each at a one-degree angle from the last one
Complete thread -- 20-degree angles? or some degree angles...?
Complete thread -- during surgery: CT with "TTG" angles was performed.
Complete thread -- thanks1
Complete thread -- He was a little tachy, (tachycardic)
Complete thread -- He is a little _______ which is not a problem.
Complete thread -- s/l MST
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for letting me know
Complete thread -- Celestone
Complete thread -- pain, status post _____, vital signs
Complete thread -- allergan 133fx-12-t 450cc's
Complete thread -- ? He does eat a lot of fast food.
Complete thread -- onto something....Naturelle STYLE 133FX Extra-Projection Range.
Complete thread -- nothing there, thanks.
Complete thread -- There's a OneLook search box up above that you can plug a word into
Complete thread -- thank you for trying, I uploaded a new wav cause it doesnt make much sense in context
Complete thread -- not sure, that is exactly how he dictated it, 113 then 133 ?
Complete thread -- is it 113 or 133?
Complete thread -- See if it listed in this file of 113 tissue expanders
Complete thread -- ok thanks... the audio is very poor. I am going to flag.
Complete thread -- I hear roast beef too. very short wav
Complete thread -- cannot verify 113FX15T ? (no manufacturer given)
Complete thread -- Your wave is really too short, but I believe she is saying roast beef and a lot of...
Complete thread -- trying to catch the word, he eats___ a lot of fast food
Complete thread -- pronounced quite clearly "aden tishis" is that how edentulous is
Complete thread -- Not sure if the wave that is posted is even yours. Very short wave. If it is we need
Complete thread -- Exactly!
Complete thread -- Rowena?
Complete thread -- uterus consistent with _____. Normal right tube
Complete thread -- Oregon/Washington/California area
Complete thread -- edentulous? check your capping at beginning of sentences
Complete thread -- he is s/l adetious or aditishis
Complete thread -- ? sucralfate
Complete thread -- bend in the bed so that - your wav file doesn't give any lead in, appears
Complete thread -- medications s/l supril fate or suprilfale
Complete thread -- you can eliminate the redundancy SM
Complete thread -- She was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion over the chest ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- "hemostasis of several small areas" is what I hear
Complete thread -- pls help me with this, tnx
Complete thread -- The subcutaneous tissues were irrigated and dried, and hemostasis ____ ...
Complete thread -- many thanks. ...
Complete thread -- read Rules, top right corner
Complete thread -- large, globular, and soft, consistent with...
Complete thread -- Inspection of the uterus revealed this to be large globular _____ cons ...
Complete thread -- Starko's? hemostasis ...
Complete thread -- please ignore (1:2). it is just the time stamp. ...
Complete thread -- He reported _____(1:2) deformity and lack of extensor mechanism. ...
Complete thread -- ?Edarbyclor (drugs.com)
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- around lunch time?
Complete thread -- The patient injured himself _____ on 09/15/12. ...
Complete thread -- Doc actually spelled edarbydor. I guess I will have to flag. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- ?Zaditor (eyedrops for allergy)
Complete thread -- Med help: Zyrtec as needed, Veramyst, Crestor, s/l edarbydor
Complete thread -- break it up into smaller segments maybe?
Complete thread -- how can i post a wav this long for such a tough dictator? ...
Complete thread -- The inferior aspect of the fascial incision was grasped with the Koche ...
Complete thread -- Intraoperative findings consisted of a myomatous uterus, left ovary ad ...
Complete thread -- sorry. ...
Complete thread -- can't post patient name on this board
Complete thread -- Dictating patient name and even spelling it. i am unable to grasp it. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he is fumbling. :-) ...
Complete thread -- catheterization at the beginning of the procedure.
Complete thread -- Urine Output: 200 cc of clear urine by straight catheter _____ at the ...
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- office
Complete thread -- The patient is a 65-year-old para 4-0-0-4 with thickened endometrial e ...
Complete thread -- I'd go with 8 weeks' size.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 8 week size
Complete thread -- On exam under anesthesia, the uterus was noted to be _____ and mobile. ...
Complete thread -- Okay thanks. I think my mic is going out and I need a new one.
Complete thread -- Agree, I don't hear anything.
Complete thread -- need to turn up the volume.
Complete thread -- However, we will also _____ defer to the prison doctors for scheduled pain medicine.
Complete thread -- tailor
Complete thread -- We have recommended she start taking lactulose 15 to 30 g daily and t ...
Complete thread -- just being clear
Complete thread -- I couldn't agree more. Well said!
Complete thread -- Don't hurt yourself patting your own back, lol.
Complete thread -- how about "due to pain of the lumbar spine"?
Complete thread -- Thought so, but thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- Laid
Complete thread -- flagging, ty!
Complete thread -- Laid correct, or lay?
Complete thread -- drug name - s/l septo-myo-sis
Complete thread -- untoward color changes. nm
Complete thread -- sure sounds like it. Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- good air entry?
Complete thread -- air entry?
Complete thread -- I think I got it - *nerve sheath* tumor.
Complete thread -- LUNGS: another word other than auscultation, bilaterally
Complete thread -- Sentence actually was: He is on "withdrawal" at present becau ...
Complete thread -- Saw that, too, but he said it twice as I've typed.
Complete thread -- neurogenic?
Complete thread -- I have heard it time again in the past, but has been awhile. Yes, it ...
Complete thread -- all I see when googling is medial spindle repair?
Complete thread -- Just found it -- epiphora.
Complete thread -- almost sounds like inertia?
Complete thread -- Oops, op note for tarsal strip (as in post a few below).
Complete thread -- Indication for op: Chronic *ah-piphera* secondary to ectropion. This goes with
Complete thread -- salmeterol? albuterol inhalers? with nebulizations ..?
Complete thread -- Help with neurosurgical consult, please.
Complete thread -- s/l antoreg??
Complete thread -- listening again... maybe s/l *terse and* spindle ... ??
Complete thread -- bright red blood per rectum is what i always here
Complete thread -- Lateral tarsal strip and *terse-sin* spindle repair of right lower lid.
Complete thread -- bright red blood in
Complete thread -- missing words in sentence about blood in stool
Complete thread -- I didnt think so either
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She has decreased range of motion to pain of the lumbar spine
Complete thread -- He also has asthma wherein he takes Singulair 10 mg and Pulmicort and ...
Complete thread -- I see it both ways, hyphen and not. Never heard of it til now. interesting videos on you
Complete thread -- NO problem!!! Didn't need context. I knew exactly what it was as soon as I saw it.
Complete thread -- I hear 'a gush of air' too.
Complete thread -- ? he is under control at present...
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help. Sorry about no context, there was just no context availablE
Complete thread -- A non-Hodkin's patient, and getting "something" because of methadone.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying Elfie. Could not get it any louder so sent it in. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- cannot hear your WAV (it's there but just a teeny tiny little voice)
Complete thread -- on top of this page is a link called "bacteria." It lists all kinds of bacteria names.
Complete thread -- you might as well - I answered that one a half hour ago and never heard back from OP.
Complete thread -- Might want to check with account. Both ways are acceptable. (BoS 3) WBC of 7100
Complete thread -- don't need context!!!
Complete thread -- klebsiella
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- well did not get response from below poster so went ahead and posted a WAV on this.
Complete thread -- postoperative cleb CL "uh" infection
Complete thread -- Don't see anything 'incorrect' about the other answers given.
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- Will post a WAV when I get the okay from previous WAV poster.
Complete thread -- Possibly sounds like a gush of air withdrawn.
Complete thread -- link regarding both open or empty can test
Complete thread -- We placed a pleural catheter at bedside under sterile fashion. s/l A gush of air sm
Complete thread -- I will just go with can test being that there is an empty can and full can test
Complete thread -- correct as is?
Complete thread -- no comma for 4 digit numbers
Complete thread -- 3221
Complete thread -- Did you get your answer. I need to post a WAV.
Complete thread -- urine microalbumin of 3,221. Would I write that with a comma or just 3221?
Complete thread -- you're welcome! I'm glad I could help out.
Complete thread -- I hear intermeniscal ligament pretty clearly -- is it just me?
Complete thread -- Maybe empty can?
Complete thread -- Thanks elfie. That is why I posted while waiting for the other wav to get answered. sm
Complete thread -- s/l "can" sign ? doctor has strong spanish accent
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- If you would listen your wav is still there. I have not posted yet as I did check and sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- left axis deviation, left anterior hemiblock
Complete thread -- I personally just hear her meniscal ligamnet was normal.
Complete thread -- JUST had a wav posted and you posted over that one... PLEASE try to double check
Complete thread -- WAV not there yet, but "probability" would fit in the blank.
Complete thread -- Meniscal ligament can refer to one of several ligaments attaching to the menisci, the two
Complete thread -- Lung ventilation and perfusion scan shows an intermediate _____ PE triple match
Complete thread -- There is a medial meniscus but not medial meniscal ligament? Does not sound like
Complete thread -- It did not sound like "medial" to me.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- medial
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!!!
Complete thread -- anterior hemiblock?
Complete thread -- you have axis deviation either L or R... hemiblock
Complete thread -- Fast speaker. What s/l "minidge" could be part of previous sentence.
Complete thread -- ekg report: "xray deviation", left "entry hemiblob", right bundle branch block,
Complete thread -- could fit (sm)
Complete thread -- Yep, steroids given to stop/prevent preterm labor.
Complete thread -- status post *Celestone*, vital signs are stable,
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- verb ~ follow up
Complete thread -- correct use of followup?
Complete thread -- Can't even give a thank you?
Complete thread -- Radiologist says the mortise joint is congruous...is congruous a word that fits here?
Complete thread -- You're always a step ahead of me (diet it is)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Will add to my Ophthalmology book.
Complete thread -- jinx, you owe me a coke (make it diet)
Complete thread -- anyone else have a thought?
Complete thread -- Did you even bother to read her entire message, FGJJGJ?
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- google Prokera
Complete thread -- Prokera
Complete thread -- might be 'urogram' ??
Complete thread -- This plan is post penetrating keratoplasty. Cannot document the ring.
Complete thread -- You were absolutely not rude.
Complete thread -- When are people going to learn that rule??
Complete thread -- You absolutely have to have a period or semicolon before otherwise, not a comma!
Complete thread -- Pt s/p flexible and rigid ureteroscopy and retrograde ureterpyelogram
Complete thread -- Exforge, ??, (simvastatin, generic, not capped) can't get the 2nd blaNK
Complete thread -- I note that she is currently on (????), (????),
Complete thread -- over time
Complete thread -- google tip
Complete thread -- inferior pole of the breast _____. This was done without
Complete thread -- sounds like "striae"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "his daughter was explained the risks"....
Complete thread -- six weeks of n.p.o and TPN,
Complete thread -- first one sounds to me almost like "an ischemic fistula"
Complete thread -- a few questions - audio not great
Complete thread -- complex abdominal wound closure with _____
Complete thread -- But, dayim, it must be nice to have a vacation! Self-employed, I get none! :(
Complete thread -- Ithink I heard that too, thank you!
Complete thread -- I hesitate to come here because of those eggs.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ephedrine?
Complete thread -- actually, things have been quite civil here lately - the bad egg(s) must be on vacation
Complete thread -- She is allergic to [(????), otherwise, is on no medications
Complete thread -- But then, MT50 does it again!
Complete thread -- How do they expect you to understand ESL mumbling...Argh!
Complete thread -- extensive microangiopathic gliosis
Complete thread -- age-indeterminate on the CT - i hear microangiopathy or -pathic in there.
Complete thread -- Just FYI it is age-indeterminate right thalamic...
Complete thread -- OK, sorry if I took it wrong. I see it a lot on this board and presumed. :(
Complete thread -- a few blanks
Complete thread -- I was not rude, if you took it that way, oh well.
Complete thread -- thanks... that is what I thought too
Complete thread -- I would. I think he started to say ant-med and then realized the combining form.
Complete thread -- Thanks, and no need to be rude. :)
Complete thread -- he says anterior anteromedially, not sure if correcting self
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- BiV (biventricular) ICD BiV ICD
Complete thread -- Here you go. (see message and link)
Complete thread -- Heart failure term I've never heard before, s/l "bi v i c d"
Complete thread -- Found this link, but I can't document...she just says "yup."
Complete thread -- ah ha, thanks so much
Complete thread -- Definitely sounds like "salmon"
Complete thread -- Hewson?
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying ..."he was, given asystole, CPR..."
Complete thread -- sounds like "salmon" passer--thanks.
Complete thread -- room where he was _____ asystole.
Complete thread -- spondylolisthesis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I heard "which I did first, subsequent by..."
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- MRI showed bulging disk, *spon-do-la-thi-ah-sis,* and DJD. Is NP just
Complete thread -- Zestril?
Complete thread -- Megestrol?
Complete thread -- med s/l besterol
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- he was brought to the emergency room where he was *given* asystole.
Complete thread -- All I hear is static!
Complete thread -- Good lord. You're amazing to have figured that much out. Stab in the dark, something
Complete thread -- fit enough for chemotherapy perhaps at a (???????????) to start with.
Complete thread -- Agreed, found Chiou SP tube introducer under Stedmans. Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- after some more research, I agree with MT50 - Chiou
Complete thread -- I apologize MT50, I Googled Chiou and found nothing, but found Chiou suprapubic tube
Complete thread -- cystoscopy and placement of Council-tip suprapubic catheter for urinary retention
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure is it?
Complete thread -- Second mention: the tract was sequentially dilated using the chow kit plastic dilators
Complete thread -- Chiou kit
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- No, hearing "chow kit" very clearly, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- "first, followed by" maybe?
Complete thread -- which I did ______ subsequent by Dr. Durant who dictated a subsequent
Complete thread -- towel clip?
Complete thread -- I would change it, given all the many other times he says "left"
Complete thread -- placement of a Council-tip catheter with a "chow" kit
Complete thread -- WWYD?
Complete thread -- not always so much, but thanks for that
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT50. You are so helpful
Complete thread -- Probably. Thanks.
Complete thread -- that is all I was getting too. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I hear broncho_____ CA, sorry I am not more help
Complete thread -- see message for context
Complete thread -- do you have further context on this pt, i.e. sentence before and after, diagnoses, etc.
Complete thread -- O'Brien
Complete thread -- however, metabolic indolent malignancy such as ____________ cancer can be
Complete thread -- Braun's maneuver , quite clear, but cant find it in google
Complete thread -- making up a new word for obtundation?
Complete thread -- obtundence ? TIA
Complete thread -- developed pain after s/l midville crozen or midfield crosing
Complete thread -- picture?
Complete thread -- He presented to clinic today with worsening abdominal pain that was co ...
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50
Complete thread -- sure like with the Wii where you have software that you interact with performing rowing
Complete thread -- can it be called virtual rowing machine, can hardly find it on google, but it is
Complete thread -- yep, that does.
Complete thread -- posterior horn
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- No... not stumbling... does direct dilatation of the duct make sense?
Complete thread -- could he stumbling over dilatation?
Complete thread -- Ortho question - s/l cor-terior horn of the medial meniscus
Complete thread -- s/l "dialect" dilatation? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- deacon?
Complete thread -- he works as a s/l deekin in the volunteer office
Complete thread -- It seems like youre a pro at sports as well as in medicine
Complete thread -- i think its those things they have to run into like to tackle? i'd say pallet
Complete thread -- wow, fgjjgh. Youre quick. Do you know about pallet lifting, if that makes sense?
Complete thread -- one more question. He initially hurt himself while s/l palley lifting
Complete thread -- halfback and a corner
Complete thread -- Football, he is a "hatback in a corner????
Complete thread -- clearly says Walsh. Didn't sound like she stumbled over it.
Complete thread -- maybe something OR drainage
Complete thread -- wall? pushups
Complete thread -- Epi-retinal membrane (ERM
Complete thread -- Walsh push-ups?
Complete thread -- rhegmatous retinal detachment s/l fine ERM, right eye. tx
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho Words has "button pull-out" -- I'd say pull-through (not thru)
Complete thread -- yes, that's it.
Complete thread -- G6PD?
Complete thread -- TY. I'm going to flag ~ definitely sounds like shatter or shadow.
Complete thread -- labs from dermatology for rash
Complete thread -- left thumb FPL repair with button *pull thru/pull through*. whi ...
Complete thread -- TOTAL GUESS ~ shallow?
Complete thread -- s/l shatter drainage
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- basal vein of Rosenthal
Complete thread -- Bilateral _____ was identified and could be identified going into the ...
Complete thread -- Great!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sounds like "glue"
Complete thread -- Embolization _____ could be identified over the posterolateral aspect ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, Shoots
Complete thread -- punctate
Complete thread -- ulcers appear to be s/l punctuate. Patient has
Complete thread -- Yep. Glad you got it.
Complete thread -- GOT IT! Due to instability of pelvis, sacroiliac joints!!! Thanks, Shoots for the "P"
Complete thread -- GOT IT! Due to instability of pelvis, sacroiliac joint!!! Thanks, Shoots for the "P"
Complete thread -- Thanks, Shoots! Appreciate it!
Complete thread -- phosphorus is what they are referring to there
Complete thread -- of bilateral (sounds like he puts a P sound on his B's)
Complete thread -- bilateral?
Complete thread -- how would you type serum phos? Phosphatase, phosphorus, phosphate???
Complete thread -- I try not to assume anything when it comes to medical records.
Complete thread -- Due to instability ____ sacroiliac joints she feels that one leg is shorter than the
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It was only the
Complete thread -- okay, so should I just assume that she had a late miscarriage and type it
Complete thread -- A miscarriage at say 38 weeks could be counted as a birth in a way, probably.
Complete thread -- to size of #5.5 without difficulty. _____ external os that was dilate ...
Complete thread -- The hysteroscope was inserted and the polypoid mass with _____ project ...
Complete thread -- Can you figure this out: Is she calling an abortion a child?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Thanks for sharing this. ...
Complete thread -- read-back confirmation
Complete thread -- The sentinel lymph node was sent down to the pathology department for ...
Complete thread -- Maxitrol
Complete thread -- TobraDex and s/l maxol ophthalmic ointment was applied to the eye at the end of surge
Complete thread -- floating chord in the left atrium in systole. ...
Complete thread -- This was due to aspect of prolapse at the level of the posterior commi ...
Complete thread -- thank u very much. ...
Complete thread -- Historywise (by the way) and I hear "at upstate new york"
Complete thread -- History wise, the patient has had a right common iliac artery to left ...
Complete thread -- oh. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- precaution IN case there is (then it makes sense)
Complete thread -- ? a rule-out rush (film)
Complete thread -- The patient had an upper arm tourniquet placed as a precaution case if ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. ...
Complete thread -- since that describes dermatochalasis so I would use that.
Complete thread -- Findings: Bilateral upper eyelid skin excess with lateral hooding. ...
Complete thread -- what are the patient's symptoms? Is there anything else in the report?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Bilateral upper eyelid *dermatochalazia/dermatochalasis.* ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- there is excessive bleeding.
Complete thread -- Sedation was given by the anesthesiologist. The patient had an upper ...
Complete thread -- Due to instability ____ sacroiliac joints she feels that one leg is shorter than the
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- horrible sound file...
Complete thread -- nonvascular
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- soothing?
Complete thread -- ME
Complete thread -- agree with that part just bursa .. bursa is just functioning as an adj.
Complete thread -- I would use bursa.
Complete thread -- bilateral trochanteric bursae injections. (Is this right, bursae not bursa?)
Complete thread -- No, but thx. ...
Complete thread -- I think the first 2 sentences need to be combined.
Complete thread -- that makes sense
Complete thread -- I had some problems picking up on "version" in ortho in the past myself.
Complete thread -- Freudian satisfaction?
Complete thread -- He does not show any stereotypic activities or any specific interests. ...
Complete thread -- Not hearing it, but thank you! Thinking it should be radiographs though.
Complete thread -- a review of x-rays
Complete thread -- thank you! That makes more sense! sheesh
Complete thread -- In the ER, a (s/l rew-lo-rush) revealed trimalleolar ankle fracture dislocation.
Complete thread -- planer. Might be "position, depth, and version"??
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did see this after all, and I did end up using it. :)
Complete thread -- thinking he is saying "inversion" but not sure. Help? any guesses?
Complete thread -- I guess so, makes more sense anyway. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- W/o the 'onto?' Thanks for your reply.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard TOPs, so thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear 'tended to" recurrent flexion.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Respective would make sense.
Complete thread -- pl sm
Complete thread -- Unsure of this is correct. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yup, it would have been dispersion! (see link/table 1)
Complete thread -- Nitro-Dur
Complete thread -- 0.6 mg... would this be an abbreviation for nitroglycerin? ...
Complete thread -- His medications are as follows: 1. s/l Nitro GR?? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone. Will go with the original helper's suggestion.
Complete thread -- Definitely not the one above. I'd go with the one below.
Complete thread -- NM, need to move on now.
Complete thread -- not capped, thanks.
Complete thread -- Ah, when looking up splenius capitis, I see listed below it splenius cervicis, so he
Complete thread -- THANKS, POI! :)
Complete thread -- asymmetry
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll take another listen.
Complete thread -- TRUS and prostate biopsy for ? Thanks for help!
Complete thread -- From quick googling, I'm not seeing as such. I *seem* to find
Complete thread -- If you can find this exact title (use quotes) and it is a publication, then yes.
Complete thread -- Agree with this one. More commas may also be correct, but for ease of
Complete thread -- splenius capitis (not sure about the word "services"
Complete thread -- Needles were placed and left in *dispersion* for approximately 30 minutes.
Complete thread -- I hear GIPs or G&Ps. Wondered if that was her way of saying G2 P2
Complete thread -- This gets my vote
Complete thread -- capitalize National Breast Cancer Treatment Guidelines ?
Complete thread -- has tenderness over the *sple-nee-ous capitus services* areas...
Complete thread -- GOPs, TOPs, ? no clue.
Complete thread -- ? my suggestion
Complete thread -- Ty. Anyone else? It's kind of tricky, IMO. :)
Complete thread -- suggestion - sm
Complete thread -- something along the line of orthogonal?
Complete thread -- got it. It is midodrine. Thanks for the suggestions.
Complete thread -- Please see inside. Need comma help, please.
Complete thread -- Sry, Merchant* ...
Complete thread -- Right knee recurrent patella dislocations
Complete thread -- It's "and." Ty.
Complete thread -- Her surgical history is that she has had two (???), two Caesarean sections, one norma
Complete thread -- I was thinking Vicodin. ?
Complete thread -- maybe leiomyotomy?
Complete thread -- Left ankle and heel pain; it seems to more peroneal tendinitis
Complete thread -- wondered it it Micatin (seems he mis-pronounces a few other)(history?)
Complete thread -- Yep, I can hear that now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- there is a Mepitel brand of dressing
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- A sl*mepra-tel* 4 x 4 clean dressing was applied.
Complete thread -- says myomyotomy not ectomy
Complete thread -- first-degree AV block
Complete thread -- has a history of *brisk ree-A-D* block. Please
Complete thread -- corduroy is correct spelling. However, to know what it was used for might help!
Complete thread -- used it for what? That might help us help you.
Complete thread -- the patient used s/l corderoy tape ...
Complete thread -- good deal!
Complete thread -- I figured it out, Ibilex, thank you!!
Complete thread -- sounds like clavinex, but i googled mastitis and clav - and Clavamox comes up - but it
Complete thread -- painful mastitis treated with (???????) and has stopped breastfeeding
Complete thread -- is a high myope
Complete thread -- I vote for hypo as well. A med list might verify it for you if she gives one.
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much!!!
Complete thread -- hypo
Complete thread -- any one else????
Complete thread -- glenohumeral?
Complete thread -- hypo
Complete thread -- Do you hear hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism?
Complete thread -- The arthroscope was then placed in the posterior SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, with the "a"!
Complete thread -- she is myope (One who is affected by myopia.)
Complete thread -- ? she is a myope
Complete thread -- eye and 20/50 in the left eye. She is _____. Slit-lamp examination is
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- high myopic?
Complete thread -- is myopic?
Complete thread -- Google that and you will see that space is common for blocks, so if that were
Complete thread -- she has *eye* myope
Complete thread -- but i think i can take refuge in the fact that nobody can try and actu ...
Complete thread -- oh hell. now i have to eat out my high and mighty words i used during ...
Complete thread -- just my opinion, but I think that is too low for instant death,
Complete thread -- lol. same here. actually i read in a murder mystery that a man first ...
Complete thread -- personally, I don't insert needles in people.
Complete thread -- OAOMPP, just curious who you work for (if you want to divulge) s.m.
Complete thread -- Is it true that if we insert a needle between C7-T1 disc space and dis ...
Complete thread -- I'm not that smart, just searched for "stacy" LOL
Complete thread -- I must have spelled it so far off that nothing came up. Found the site.
Complete thread -- I would have thought the same thing, it is an abbreviation.
Complete thread -- Just lucked out doing a "search" on their website
Complete thread -- Bless you! I spelled that every way but that.
Complete thread -- Stacy Baude
Complete thread -- I am so sorry. Bangor Maine
Complete thread -- do you have a city or state to narrow this down?
Complete thread -- elastase?
Complete thread -- wav file. This is a name of a person who will be his weekly manager.
Complete thread -- WAG: a hub of fluid collection
Complete thread -- I think he summed it up with "what we call", it isn't going to be
Complete thread -- s/l "A-las-days"
Complete thread -- split CT dye study? i can't find splitsy anywhere...
Complete thread -- Thanks for that, wonder if it is a "docism" or if anyone can find documentation of this.
Complete thread -- Ditto. MT50 is an awesome helper and never feeds into the negativity.
Complete thread -- It is actuallysplitsy dye study
Complete thread -- right lower quadrant pain
Complete thread -- Very classy, MT50. You continue to be a great asset here! You deserve more respect!
Complete thread -- point taken, mia culpa
Complete thread -- per BoS precent range should be 50% to 60% .. The / there is inappropriate use
Complete thread -- Would be nice if you checked before you gave out ultimates as below.
Complete thread -- GreenLight , see at link
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I thought, but haven't seen this in awhile.
Complete thread -- appropriate leg (not appropriately)
Complete thread -- the trademark name is GreenLight
Complete thread -- Mine on this account has no rules really. On my other account, it is a major
Complete thread -- Greenlight or Green light photovaporization of the prostate?
Complete thread -- could be split CT-guided study in which 50% to 60% ...
Complete thread -- splitsy guide study
Complete thread -- I'm always learning
Complete thread -- smh @ MT50.
Complete thread -- Yep, what she said. BoS clearly states either form is acceptable.
Complete thread -- I have a few who say "no LAD"
Complete thread -- some go with lowercase, BoS 2 clearly shows WBC or wbc, RBC or rbc
Complete thread -- Yep (see message)
Complete thread -- never mind. this is correct
Complete thread -- thank you so very much
Complete thread -- calcium carbonate *19 50 *
Complete thread -- Bartholin
Complete thread -- yep, this is probably the right one.
Complete thread -- outfractured
Complete thread -- some type of gland... see sentence
Complete thread -- My suggestion...L4-5 and L5-S1 need to be together without semicolon.
Complete thread -- JVD?
Complete thread -- usually say lymphadenopathy.
Complete thread -- Neck: Supple, no *liberty*, no bruit, no mass.
Complete thread -- overthinking things.
Complete thread -- Depends on account specs. We are not to change diagnosis to -es, no matter what.
Complete thread -- can only think of turbinectomies
Complete thread -- Always capped (abbreviation) why do you think it would be otherwise?
Complete thread -- WBC count or wbc count?
Complete thread -- Would diagnosis of record be like differential diagnosis and always be considered
Complete thread -- s/l "tro-gan-ecto-mies" ... also is "out-pressured" correct?
Complete thread -- help with semicolon or comas please.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- pink conjunctivae
Complete thread -- Sorry. There now.
Complete thread -- affected
Complete thread -- not there yet
Complete thread -- She was approximately a C cup at the end of the case.
Complete thread -- The patient’s eyes pink and _____ . Lungs clear to auscultation.
Complete thread -- We sat up one final time on closure and were happy with the volumetric ...
Complete thread -- All of his fingers are equally affected. (affected right or is it effected?)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Only finding side mouth gag in Stedman's
Complete thread -- Hemiglossectomy - mouth gag?
Complete thread -- oh. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- worn.
Complete thread -- Counts: Sponge and needle counts were correct at the end of the case. ...
Complete thread -- It looks good to me.
Complete thread -- cardio
Complete thread -- Found code on google. Thank you.
Complete thread -- code number given 607.84
Complete thread -- s/l UDD or UDE?
Complete thread -- thank you very much sm!
Complete thread -- As you have it "vitamin D liquid," Stedman's resources do NOT list as brand name.
Complete thread -- private and did not get other one, moving on!
Complete thread -- If you go to drugs.com and start typing it in, the only thing that comes up as a brand
Complete thread -- Is it in your drug book?
Complete thread -- "aloe*tin"
Complete thread -- vitamin D liquid, is this a brand name?
Complete thread -- "a*l*b*n*t*n" ointment/cream?, SL "alebenetin"
Complete thread -- social history: he has s/l fivewit buisness and he sells guns and s/l seigs? thank yo
Complete thread -- Thanks a ton. ...
Complete thread -- has recent complaints of decreased food intake with feelings of
Complete thread -- Since his last evaluation the patient _____ food being stuck. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sewn in.
Complete thread -- A left reverse saphenous vein graft was _____ as interposition graft. ...
Complete thread -- Most pedi's would NOT start an anti-reflux med at age 4 days! THAT fact doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- sort of. Most neos would use the verb "spits." If doc says other weirdly-worded things,
Complete thread -- thank you, but does it make sense?
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- you'll probably want "colored"...
Complete thread -- She (?? spills milk-coloured feeds) in between and after feeds
Complete thread -- bullae around nails??
Complete thread -- s/l pink pully on nails
Complete thread -- slight protrusio?
Complete thread -- we packed the acetabular floor with some autograft as there was indica ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- conservative (I think he stumbled)
Complete thread -- After _____ measures with steroid injection and pain medications, she ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- does not make sense. Psych docs commonly say "hypomanic." Have never heard "hyper-"
Complete thread -- she developed some mild (?hypermanic) symptoms. see msg
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- after the first layer, a moderate amount
Complete thread -- wav posted ...
Complete thread -- The hysterotomy was then reapproximated using #1 Vicryl in a running l ...
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- noooo. II, III, aVF, V2 to V6... sm
Complete thread -- Is this written correctly
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- a poke method
Complete thread -- The stomach was entered without difficulty and the stomach was transil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks buddy. ...
Complete thread -- cruciates
Complete thread -- cruciates (talking about the cruciate ligaments)
Complete thread -- Pls help, see msg
Complete thread -- The anterior and posterior _____ were then released and knee was hyper ...
Complete thread -- They HAVE to be on nasal CPAP however. forces the air down.
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- 1 cm?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- got it (converted to)
Complete thread -- s/l redo/regular/radial pls sm
Complete thread -- Definitely no comma after go.
Complete thread -- Comma placements correct?
Complete thread -- Don't use quotes, though.
Complete thread -- Just found it RSBI.
Complete thread -- That's probably it. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Google "spontaneous breathing trial with * score of" and I think it might be last hit on 1
Complete thread -- gent(amicin) and Decadron?
Complete thread -- and a superior injection of “Gentin” Decadron was performed. (Eye surgery)
Complete thread -- s/l "riz-bee"
Complete thread -- case in point: child support "inner rears"
Complete thread -- Please see inside
Complete thread -- I believe they were in her directive. She is 87 with bad carotid stenosis and s.m.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much Margaret. She does not appear to be in pain, sleeping peacefully a s.m.
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- I just heard it clearly as I listened again, "elevated"
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I'd put it as a knee Cryo/Cuff if it was me....(if you can do that)
Complete thread -- Please see inside.
Complete thread -- Uterus s/l "amul-pated" Thanks.
Complete thread -- Aircast has it listed as Cryo/Cuff
Complete thread -- Pt was given an Rx for Cryo Knee Cuff. Would all that be capped? Cryo and Cuff are
Complete thread -- perhaps you can ask her physicians...
Complete thread -- If you read the link supplied to you and if you bothered to look up what you
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Sorry about your grandmother. ((hugs))
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- in arrears
Complete thread -- The patient owes child support "inner rears." She is actually in contempt of court.
Complete thread -- How exceptionally rude for someone who doesn't know how to look something up...
Complete thread -- okay, that's a timeout for me, but seriously, thank you.
Complete thread -- but, the link clearly has coronary ligaments...
Complete thread -- nm, that's what he says, so he's getting it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Kitty!
Complete thread -- thank you, but googling coronary arteries does not answer my KNEE question
Complete thread -- def ends in a "Y" sound.
Complete thread -- Peripheral angiogram. The right SFA has some "lumpy bump" lesions..
Complete thread -- Dr. Margaret, I see you on and I have a question for you, if you chose to answer, s.m
Complete thread -- SO easily GOOGLED!!!
Complete thread -- collateral?
Complete thread -- Thanks yall, found it, it was ASV adaptive servo-ventilation (ASV)
Complete thread -- thanks, caught on spellcheck.
Complete thread -- AFB?
Complete thread -- Total knee - keeps saying s/l coronary ligaments ?
Complete thread -- "I ordered an S/L A-S-B titration for her and she had an AHI in the
Complete thread -- I like it. It means that the patient might be under-perceiving or under-reporting her sym
Complete thread -- It is SER-II (supination-external rotation II) Thanks!
Complete thread -- sounds more like SER2 now
Complete thread -- hydrodelineation, in case yours wasn't a simple typo on WB.
Complete thread -- Can't get that. Thanks anyway! Will flag.
Complete thread -- prophylactic?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Triesence
Complete thread -- s/l try-a-since (cataract/IOL)
Complete thread -- would that maybe be a driveR ?
Complete thread -- Salter 2 fracture?
Complete thread -- following an *uplift* postoperative radiation to the breast... Please sm for
Complete thread -- thank you...ha ...
Complete thread -- When we transcribe certain/other specialties we do NOT always type out ...
Complete thread -- unrestrained
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- look up stump sock
Complete thread -- ahh
Complete thread -- I googled VA Hospital and that city - came up with James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center
Complete thread -- HPI: the word s/l "understeering" driver
Complete thread -- stuttering?
Complete thread -- new ortho account s/l SO2 ankle fracture
Complete thread -- status post amputations of left upper and left lower extremities.
Complete thread -- ViscoStat
Complete thread -- She is an RN at s/l vest Veterans' Hospital in Hollidaysburg, PA.
Complete thread -- sorry - is MP3
Complete thread -- Viscous ______ medicament was placed to achieve
Complete thread -- what do you mean "first time typing out..."? are you not an MT?
Complete thread -- irritable bowel syndrome, her perception of her symptoms may be (?attenuated).
Complete thread -- Not saying I'm right, but I hear "nausea"
Complete thread -- does any one hear "not"?
Complete thread -- most optimal response?
Complete thread -- hmm
Complete thread -- yes - the belly and neck stuff was also interesting
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Oh, I see! That makes sense. Thank you, but I learned about CPAP belly and neck, too!
Complete thread -- viscous thick?
Complete thread -- dubious
Complete thread -- a hepatitis genotype associated with (????) optimal response to antiviral therapy.
Complete thread -- Most of my dictation is done after lunch... you know what that means... :-)
Complete thread -- viscous *that* medicament
Complete thread -- I can verify "CPAP neck." (see message/link)
Complete thread -- ? necrotizing enterocolitis
Complete thread -- by breech presentation. He was initially treated with a six hour cour ...
Complete thread -- scroll down to where Oasis busted a poster asking test question yesterday - same poster is
Complete thread -- what makes you think that?
Complete thread -- I meant like I answered below...I'm not the OP from below!
Complete thread -- Like I did just below this post?
Complete thread -- I believe we have a student today asking test questions.
Complete thread -- midding t?? Could that be "missing" ??
Complete thread -- you did get it for me. Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- vertebral interspace
Complete thread -- vertebral interspace or vertebral intraspace?
Complete thread -- admitting? (more info before and after sentences, etc would be helpful)
Complete thread -- Going to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I am sure that is it.
Complete thread -- word in front of GCS 15 cannot get
Complete thread -- fluticasone?
Complete thread -- We crossed the stenosis using a vertebral *sub cath* and a run-through wire.
Complete thread -- s/l po-tick-a-zode (in a list of meds, cardiology office, no diagnosis)
Complete thread -- maybe she had no untoward "event" postoperatively??
Complete thread -- it's AUGMENTIN (not augment)
Complete thread -- this will be in my notes. Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- hgb 8.7, hct 25.9; hgb 8.5, hct 25.2; hgb 8.4, hct 24.9
Complete thread -- first time typing out hematocrit and hemoglobin level after 5 years.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I believe you are right with expected but not "to" i.e. had expected drop at ...
Complete thread -- thanks - caught the midding t
Complete thread -- Her hemoglobin had _____ to drop at 7.6 g and 7.2 g on 07/25.
Complete thread -- ah, thanks for catching... wonder how that happened.
Complete thread -- not sure, but with her history of STROKE, ...
Complete thread -- *untoward evenT*
Complete thread -- Her hemoglobin had *expected* to drop at 7.6 g
Complete thread -- PCA
Complete thread -- med s/l BCH
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- It does not sound like ampulla
Complete thread -- ampulla?
Complete thread -- s/l panilla
Complete thread -- Thanks for info. ...
Complete thread -- Seems to be Gillies (see link)
Complete thread -- Gilles or Gillies arch reduction - which is correct? nm
Complete thread -- ? MIB-1
Complete thread -- ESL. Patient with right breast cancer.
Complete thread -- Gamma Knife is capped/trademarked.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I went with the comma. Just one of those things that if there is a rule, it
Complete thread -- General question on formatting ICD codes in diagnosis for psychiatric work type
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. It was definitely two syllables, maybe _____resynchronization
Complete thread -- see message please: ESL with strong accent
Complete thread -- "Chanupa, is the Sioux language name for the sacred, ceremonial pipe"
Complete thread -- sounds like chalupa, but I can't find a definition that matches this.
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50! I googled and found reference to both, but MEDIAL found in references.
Complete thread -- tribal healer/medicine man's smoking pipe
Complete thread -- Google "branch block, lumbar"
Complete thread -- medial
Complete thread -- lumbar MEDIAL branch nerve block or MEDIAN
Complete thread -- bleeding and risk of reoperation. She understood and wanted...
Complete thread -- Risks, benefits, and alternatives to surgery were given to the patient ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- No problem. You'll probably hear it again some day and will remember.
Complete thread -- After weighing all risks...
Complete thread -- After _____ all risks, benefits, alternatives, and unmentionables to t ...
Complete thread -- u are right but had to sign off with a flag.tx
Complete thread -- late reply but could that be resynchronization?
Complete thread -- s/l physis see message
Complete thread -- 15-457 is the catalog number, can you hear that maybe?
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The abdominal incision was closed using inverted 3-0 Vicryl sutures an ...
Complete thread -- moving on.
Complete thread -- I can't find a specific brand, but I hear monitor and find lots of
Complete thread -- Procedure: Placement of right occipital ventricular drain with long-t ...
Complete thread -- what is being drained? I hear "monitor" but need more info to confirm.
Complete thread -- wav posted ...
Complete thread -- Multiple tack-up sutures were placed at the distal portion of the drai ...
Complete thread -- Biventricular ICD implantation with cardiac s/l silly synchronization
Complete thread -- breast recons: Allergan Natrelle style 15 s/l roughened sumer 15-457. tx
Complete thread -- maybe just typed it faster
Complete thread -- probably mean GCS
Complete thread -- The Glasgow Coma Scale or GCS
Complete thread -- young man in accident with amnesia; not sure if dr. tested pt. on amnesia.
Complete thread -- that was a good solve!
Complete thread -- arteriosclerosis?
Complete thread -- atherosclerosis?
Complete thread -- the patient underwent a carotid ultrasound, which revealed s/l aflew?? ...
Complete thread -- welcome :)
Complete thread -- wow, you got it! thanks!
Complete thread -- has not had anything remotely suggesting - WAG
Complete thread -- s/l finger-oh-MOE-lee
Complete thread -- can't hold it any longer. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- the patient’s last recorded ABG was *seven three two fourty one*, PO2 ...
Complete thread -- the patient’s last recorded ABG was *seven three two fourty one*, PO2 ...
Complete thread -- s/l fingeromoly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He has 5/5 FDP and FDS in.....
Complete thread -- You thought it 13 seconds faster though.
Complete thread -- It is both hands. Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- LOL! Talk about thinking alike!
Complete thread -- Is there a sound file or a s/l. Based on what you have and the
Complete thread -- What is the s/l? possibly bilateral hands or both hands?
Complete thread -- external branch pudendal ?
Complete thread -- of pudendal
Complete thread -- talking about laceration on hand in exmination
Complete thread -- ligation of external branch _____ ...
Complete thread -- ligation of external branch ____. ...
Complete thread -- Help with obstetrics note, please.
Complete thread -- NM found it finally.
Complete thread -- maybe metoprolol
Complete thread -- New account/dictator. She is giving staging for breast cancer dictates as
Complete thread -- just like saying. if it continues, it may be worth (TRYING) a course of xyz.
Complete thread -- below knee?
Complete thread -- it may warrant a course of Flagyl?
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch, MT50!
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- course it does.
Complete thread -- P.S. Surgery will be performed in the right eye today.
Complete thread -- If he continues to have problems, (?it may be worth a course) of Flagyl.
Complete thread -- Cataract surgery. Typed as it sounds like to me. Could he mean..cataract 'surgery
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd probably go with 'with'
Complete thread -- The histology has confirmed involvement (??with or of) gastric lymphoma.
Complete thread -- 1.) Prilosec? (s/l priLOsec)
Complete thread -- There ARE no signS of....
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- there is no signs of any compartment syndrome. The patient was also b ...
Complete thread -- wow, that one is pretty bad. I can't get any of it. sorry!
Complete thread -- Her current medications include Somac, (???) (????) tetracycline
Complete thread -- Thank you nm!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I hear "a commensal" would that make sense to anyone?
Complete thread -- or commensal?
Complete thread -- documental?
Complete thread -- is usually just (????) and does not cause altered bowel habit.
Complete thread -- Oh boy, cold season has begun, lots of snuffling, sniffling and coughing in my ears!!
Complete thread -- thanks poi!
Complete thread -- no, it was not dictated it was just adenoma
Complete thread -- Was adenomas dictated???
Complete thread -- what comes after the s/l?
Complete thread -- makes sense to me as is.
Complete thread -- Guess ~ nontender, no induration
Complete thread -- histology has confirmed some residual and recurrent adenoma of the duodenum.
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- unchanged, left bundle branch block is what I hear.
Complete thread -- "is an unchanged left..." ?
Complete thread -- (?) EKG is not unchanged left bundle...
Complete thread -- his EKG is ______ left bundle branch block.
Complete thread -- Did you even use Google?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Distal does not make sense, IMO.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it's understandable but I'd say it needs an "of" after areas to be grammatical/make sense.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? This account is verbatim.
Complete thread -- Oh my! That was right there, wasn't it? TYVM!
Complete thread -- vera as in "polycythemia vera"
Complete thread -- s/l p vara TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- The drugs match. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I found this. Primary Restless Legs Syndrome.
Complete thread -- Any ideas on what PRLS or PRLF could be? This is a psych report and no other history
Complete thread -- EEA is also a stapler. I'd leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- This doctor always says something similar to this.
Complete thread -- This is it. Thank you, again.
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestions. I'll relisten.
Complete thread -- minimal wall thickening? but no wall thickening? gallbladder wall thickening?
Complete thread -- Borderline wall thickening???
Complete thread -- Prometrium?
Complete thread -- It's female. It's definitely Till, Tiel, Teal, or something along that line. :)
Complete thread -- cholelithiasis and biliary colic
Complete thread -- Correct gram-negative rods susceptible to penicillin (Google that exact phrase)
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- Female? Matilda or Tilly maybe
Complete thread -- showed gram negative rods *susceptible* to penicillin.
Complete thread -- Doctor says (insert first name) s/l Till. Anyone know last names that s/l Till might
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- med s/l probenium
Complete thread -- He is saying commuting and I'm not sure why you don't think it makes sense.
Complete thread -- i just sent in and flagged. thank you for all those who tried.
Complete thread -- ? distal
Complete thread -- The esophageal mucosa, *the sisil* were erythematous and edematous.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- whoops, sorry. : (
Complete thread -- Number 1 rule here, do not post the patient's name.
Complete thread -- The lab site I use has normal WBCs at 4.5 to 10, so 14.7 would be elevated.
Complete thread -- Since his slip and fall?
Complete thread -- do you hear "commuting" or something else, seems a little intersting in context
Complete thread -- Maybe he is saying rambunctious?
Complete thread -- he says that: Blood work showed a WBC of 14.7
Complete thread -- since his s/l sleeping paw or slipping off
Complete thread -- I wrote it out. Thanks for your help
Complete thread -- for take-off, should I write that out?
Complete thread -- (for?) take-off
Complete thread -- can you catch that word?
Complete thread -- No, but I think he's used that one for female patients before (this pt was male). This
Complete thread -- Hmm, might be "compromised physiology" Oh well, I can blank it.
Complete thread -- In the diagnosis, he says pleural effusion with "imminent tamponade physiology"
Complete thread -- I can't hold much longer. Come on, no one wants to make a wild guess??
Complete thread -- increasing size in the pericardial effusion and is beginning to have "com pranal fess
Complete thread -- I'm going to send it on with a blank but thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- med s/l meteeda puh 500 mg b.i.d. It actually s/l meteeda puff but I think from the
Complete thread -- I'll just leave a blank. Actually s/l a "tenson rectal impaction" thanks :)
Complete thread -- tibial plateau is it I think.
Complete thread -- probably a 2 cm..!
Complete thread -- Right tibial s/l fearl fracture, likely patho in etiology. Her s/l A G G was 4000.
Complete thread -- There was a s/l 10 cm rectal impaction. In the HPI, he said the patient was
Complete thread -- I think it's dictator's slightly "diplomatic" way to avoid saying cantankerous or cranky,
Complete thread -- Thanks BillyBoB - I should have thought to do that! I appreciate both of you! xoxo
Complete thread -- polyethylene glycol?
Complete thread -- polyethylene glycol 17 g, see link to archives search 17 g.
Complete thread -- No, more like I didn't even know bumptious was a word, lol.
Complete thread -- medication s/l pholitolane recall 17 g
Complete thread -- Like voluptuous and charming are mutually exclusive? Most men would disagree, methinks.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap "insurance program," just GHI.
Complete thread -- Sure he isn't saying voluptuous?
Complete thread -- NM, had to send w/blank
Complete thread -- medication s/l act-tAr... not many clues. s/m
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't think I'd want to be called bumptious...LOL
Complete thread -- I would capitalize. GHI is the proper name.
Complete thread -- Should GHI Insurance Program be capped or do I have it right?
Complete thread -- I love the way this dictator describes his patients
Complete thread -- Without anything to go by, I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- No, there's absolutely nothing. I am thinking "maybe" SVT.
Complete thread -- what did the exam show? anything to help us figure out what this can be??
Complete thread -- Impression list (no context): History of hypertension and s/l SUT. ???
Complete thread -- That's a good suggestion, but I think I will flag. Ty!!
Complete thread -- well. Presently, ? in CPAP mode for ventilation.
Complete thread -- ? CT image-guided
Complete thread -- wonder if referring to #cans/day with regard to feeding tube intake?
Complete thread -- suspected diverticulitis
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- ...tube feed well. s/l "pre-scent eff-can-dray" in cpap mode for ventilation
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Yup...3, moderate, enduring (see link)
Complete thread -- suggestion to billybob~perhaps you could create an add on section on *how to*
Complete thread -- confused with multi axis dimensions in psych consult, pls sm
Complete thread -- That's what my docs dictate in that context, so I'd say
Complete thread -- occult
Complete thread -- I&D of open fracture of left forearm. Would that be irrigation and debridement?
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- I did not hear the p at all on the first. I hear it now. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Piscataquis Community Elementary?
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh! I was all over that page. I did not think they listed names anywhere! Thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like Catequist Kaddekwis - attends 6th grade at the __ Community Elementary
Complete thread -- The name is under the HCT Program section.
Complete thread -- Found it...Sadel Davis (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l Cedelle but can't document
Complete thread -- Sent wav file. Maybe you can pick up that first initial.
Complete thread -- name sounds like Fidel, Vidal, Cidel, Sidel - Bangor Maine area - any ideas?
Complete thread -- voice files
Complete thread -- I hear Trilipix
Complete thread -- i reposted as wav.
Complete thread -- i reposted as wav.
Complete thread -- Thanks, hear it so clearly now.
Complete thread -- i hope it shows now
Complete thread -- Cardizem, Vicodin.
Complete thread -- still nothing there.
Complete thread -- i hear filapex. the only thing i can think of is Trilipix.
Complete thread -- there is a somewhat controversial and a s/l thecult cervical vertigo,
Complete thread -- She is allergic to _____icodin, non-steroidals, and heparin.
Complete thread -- boggy, maybe?
Complete thread -- knobby?
Complete thread -- Now it s/l it starts with B, bobby. I wondered about puffy but doesn't sound like it.
Complete thread -- Right heel is s/l "obby"
Complete thread -- ...or tabby (therapeutic abortion)
Complete thread -- TAVI (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation )?
Complete thread -- mobilizing?
Complete thread -- cannot find Tabby procedure?? see sentence
Complete thread -- TY for the help. Will flag this one.
Complete thread -- Sounds like "localizing," but that doesn't make sense!
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Help with mp3. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I think it is just ....with "an npo NG tube and await
Complete thread -- likely a dictation stumble and may just be "or" fluid collection. nm
Complete thread -- s/l LA may be lupus anticoagulant (also known as lupus antibody, LA
Complete thread -- not like your s/l pripria, but might be post prandial? sm
Complete thread -- No discrete tendon tear or () synovial fluid collection ...
Complete thread -- No idea
Complete thread -- Help
Complete thread -- hyperglycemia
Complete thread -- Didn't even think of it that way - certainly seems so. Thanks Oasis!
Complete thread -- LOL! Sorry, didn't see you there...
Complete thread -- Ya, thanks, i will work on that.
Complete thread -- "has identified" possibly
Complete thread -- Could be that vision was poor on another antidepressant, and vision "improved" w/Cymbalta?
Complete thread -- Cymbalta helps vision? Can't find documentation on this... TIA for help.
Complete thread -- You can, if you know what you're doing, lol.
Complete thread -- You might want to take a moment and read the Rules for Posters.
Complete thread -- she has identified, perhaps.
Complete thread -- My vote is curbs, but your first sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- curbs vs curves???
Complete thread -- On Friday, the 21st, after dinner, he had...
Complete thread -- This post AND your above post needs more context!
Complete thread -- s/l His (isopop) and (DNSF) (informed) reviewed this date ...
Complete thread -- s/l kado synovial fluid collection ...
Complete thread -- Banzel?
Complete thread -- Okay thanks.
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- He has allergy to *an-cell* injection. ER visit for pt who was discharged
Complete thread -- cardiolipin or anticardiolipin antibody?
Complete thread -- LA * PTT clot test, see msg...
Complete thread -- I like x1 to 2, if your account specs don't dictate otherwise.
Complete thread -- how to write A&O times one to two?
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- i am not sure i understand. do you think it is correct or incorrect?
Complete thread -- Sural distal sensory latencies s/l at point B were normal.
Complete thread -- no, thinks Mgt. Doc just left off the noun ("order") after "npo."
Complete thread -- Thanks so much-- that's it!
Complete thread -- Now I think it is sclerotic. Hooray! Thanks so much to all of you.
Complete thread -- Thanks, all, but it really doesn't sound like any of those. Awful
Complete thread -- ?sclerotic line
Complete thread -- or could be 'stress' line?
Complete thread -- Yeah, he just said it again in PE and I hear the "p" better this time. :) l
Complete thread -- found: This line should be continuous and smooth. Interruption of Shenton's line can
Complete thread -- my vote is opacity
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard the term "corneal obesity" (it might be "opacity" but s/l obesity)?
Complete thread -- There is a "scroff" line on femoral neck (x-ray after hip resurfacing).
Complete thread -- and: irritative activity (high-amplitude waves) at the
Complete thread -- then again...found: The irritative zone clearly involved the left temporal lobe with left
Complete thread -- irritative just doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- suspicion for irritative abnormality in the left hemisphere
Complete thread -- maybe an is part of the n in npo. with n.p.o, NG tube, and await...
Complete thread -- NM, just will flag first part. She is very clear, and I know she could
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Small bowel obstruction. Manage conservatively with *an n.p.o. NG tube* and await...
Complete thread -- On Friday the 21st, after dinner, he had...
Complete thread -- Opinions for comma placement, please. I can see doing it so many ways, I think...
Complete thread -- Now he's saying they are "precision stems." I give up. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I saw that too. It's not what I'm looking for, unfortunately. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- Stryker has a precisioN knee navigation system? (yes, they cap the N)
Complete thread -- Sorry, sorry it's a knee, not a hip. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I love this board, but you can't get any symbols to post correctly.
Complete thread -- placement of precision posterior stabilized block with antibiotic cement
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it looked like this: CARDIOVASCULAR:- better?
Complete thread -- speech wreck has found emoticons. CARDIOVASCULAR:-
Complete thread -- Go with Jeannine's answer
Complete thread -- posterior horn? spelling is ostiomeatal
Complete thread -- spelling should be ostiomeatal complex region and posterior choana
Complete thread -- , a fiberoptic rhinoscopy was performed. (c msg)
Complete thread -- NM - such as Brucella
Complete thread -- It is correct in my document.
Complete thread -- final "are" should be "or."
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- at each lateral end and meeting
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- one stitch starting at ___ and ending meeting in the midline
Complete thread -- exposure to unpasteurized cheese or milk, to *fir jaz*, Brucella.
Complete thread -- extended bilaterally
Complete thread -- the incision was ___ with electrocautery.
Complete thread -- Me, too!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! A new one for me.
Complete thread -- schneiderian symptoms (see link)
Complete thread -- Help with psych note, please.
Complete thread -- Oh, thank you!
Complete thread -- wheals
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- it is so difficult to judge if he is saying b or v. thanks.
Complete thread -- I doubt that because it's so out of date though. Maybe just the valley?
Complete thread -- Bally's? SM
Complete thread -- He was at Carson City, Nevada, at a height of 6000 feet and he had shortness of sm
Complete thread -- bag valve mask ventilated??
Complete thread -- The patient was then transferred back to the surgical ICU, still under ...
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- some form of Mauriceau-Smellie-Veit maneuver SM
Complete thread -- The left followed by the right legs were delivered, followed by the bo ...
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- or probably Aufricht (nasal) retractor?
Complete thread -- Alfreck
Complete thread -- Once this had been done, dissection was carried out superiorly along t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- many thanks. ...
Complete thread -- relative
Complete thread -- The patient was then turned 90 degrees _____ to the anesthesia machine ...
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- based on the dictionary definition, doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- Not sure if this makes sense. s/l "globalizing" Please help.
Complete thread -- I'm glad someone got this. I've been listening too and knew it started with "r." I was
Complete thread -- run
Complete thread -- I agree that's it. Thanks to all helpers.
Complete thread -- I think he changes "not" to "it is enmeshed" (not sure)
Complete thread -- there's a word before "as a mesh" that I cant get.
Complete thread -- s/l ....meshed?
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Of note, there were no previous images saved or dictated for the right ...
Complete thread -- Sent with blank, but I seem to remember him getting me on that before. You're probably
Complete thread -- ? investigation?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with a goal of 90 degrees by 6-8 weeks
Complete thread -- The range of motion will be increased biweekly by 20 to 30 degrees wit ...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. He is my most difficult dictator.
Complete thread -- terbinafine (aka Lamisil cream)
Complete thread -- close as could find cyclobenzaprine plus phonetic search link
Complete thread -- Does anyone know a cream that s/l clobenaphene
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- labeled
Complete thread -- The mass was _____ with a short superior stitch and a long lateral sti ...
Complete thread -- The s/l "inter vecal sun" showed Shewanella algae
Complete thread -- debulking. then, something about ... the splint was applied with the hand...
Complete thread -- volar not capitalized.
Complete thread -- agree...multiple inotropes
Complete thread -- Inotrope??? (check spelling tho)
Complete thread -- Right-sided failure and LV failure, on ventilator, multiple eye-nah-trope. Pt...
Complete thread -- definition symptons for archives-- Parkinson
Complete thread -- yep, he clarifies:
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- But, maybe he does mean it literally and he had it sewn shut because he couldn't close it
Complete thread -- applied on top and debulking _____ was applied with the hand in a resting
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Well, that's what it sounds like he's saying in the PE just now, but he must be using it
Complete thread -- How about this ? It makes sense...
Complete thread -- sewn shut??
Complete thread -- The patient has recently had his left eye s/l "shown" shut
Complete thread -- 1st traveled?? sounds like he changes his mind & said not transversing. 2nd
Complete thread -- couple of blanks... not sure what is going on... tried before
Complete thread -- Thanks, i will leave it blank, it really sounded brady + s sound (sikea)
Complete thread -- bradykinesia and bradyphrenia are linked with Parkinson's and I found hypophonia in book
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you.
Complete thread -- ok thank you.
Complete thread -- pl see link
Complete thread -- only anterior ligament I can find is anterior longitudinal ligament?
Complete thread -- punctuation spine. The bones look demineralized. There are old
Complete thread -- or..the patient refused contrast, says they are allergic to it...?
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- your wav never posted (old one is still there)
Complete thread -- bradyphemia maybe ? so many words with brady and hypo can fit here...
Complete thread -- maybe hypophonia?
Complete thread -- I'd put: refused contrast, said they are allergic to it.
Complete thread -- I can't get it, but products 'were' identified (not was
Complete thread -- Multiple axial images of the head were performed without contrast, the patient did sm
Complete thread -- wav not there yet?
Complete thread -- bradykinesia
Complete thread -- hypomimia, bradysikea?????, bradyphrenia
Complete thread -- a couple of blanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I corrected it and added again.
Complete thread -- the mp3 fails to cover the typed portion.
Complete thread -- fascial planes. _____ the mass was entered there was noted to be serous, cloudy ____
Complete thread -- The patient also complained of pain in the _____ of the mass.
Complete thread -- Yeah, sending blank thanks! ...
Complete thread -- usually radial and ulnar distributions but that doesn't sound like your s/l
Complete thread -- right radial neck fracture
Complete thread -- All I can think is Anaprox, but it doesn't really fit with any of the history?
Complete thread -- stepfather one word but all of that sorta makes sense...
Complete thread -- Patient takes Aleve, divalproex, s/l "anticroft" oxybutynin, cymbalta.
Complete thread -- Never mind. Since a Holter "is" an ECG, almost certain that's what she's saying.
Complete thread -- I'm also not clear what part of this you are questioning - the whole thing?
Complete thread -- I figured it out, thank you!!
Complete thread -- I agree it is very confusing - can you just use "Joe" and "Smallville" or something?
Complete thread -- And the manufacturer used 1 L and then 2 L's, lol.
Complete thread -- Could you not make up words instead of using ***? Those are throwing
Complete thread -- Would a Holter monitor be considered "electrographic"? Can't understand her real
Complete thread -- Does this make sense to anyone - see msg...
Complete thread -- mail-order pharmacy?
Complete thread -- Nvm, OM2 ...
Complete thread -- Thank you both sooooo much!!
Complete thread -- I agree with uncertain re: pedophilia
Complete thread -- He has another disease that made him not eligible for surgery. He has ...
Complete thread -- Mail-away???? Pharmacy in New York
Complete thread -- I have no clue, do you think so?
Complete thread -- could he mean uncertain re: pedophilia?
Complete thread -- Uncertain (???repedophilia), given that downloading - is that a word? I cannot verify
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- electrocautery with the hole for the umbilicus. The umbilicus was brought...
Complete thread -- and electrocautery with the _____ umbilicus brought through and the skin edges
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The ____skin was held together with 2-0 PDS along
Complete thread -- and allowed the edges of the (?hernia) just to come together,
Complete thread -- This was performed bilaterally and allowed ____ so abdominal rectus muscle was co
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- leukoaraiosis
Complete thread -- History: CT head scan showing an old left cerebellar stroke and s/l leug-where-e-osis
Complete thread -- BSS on? or BSS in 27-gauge?
Complete thread -- "made" a Councill tip?
Complete thread -- I don't know if this helps, but this is from the manufacturer
Complete thread -- Stedman's Equipment has "Councill retention catheter", GI/GU Words has "Councill catheter"
Complete thread -- according to Stedman's it is with 2 l's.
Complete thread -- according to Stedman
Complete thread -- could it be 18-gauge? (I'm finding Council(l) both ways in legit sources)
Complete thread -- could it be 14-French angiocath? and it is council with 1 "L"
Complete thread -- 14-French angiographic and a 22-French Foley?
Complete thread -- see below. thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- can you give full sentence, before & after? (e.g., what are we doing with the "angiogage")
Complete thread -- thanks for the help. Moving on.
Complete thread -- bladder surgery. A 14-French s/l angiogage on a 22-French Foley. Thank you.
Complete thread -- after Vigamox he says something like fal-con. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- oooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh, that's it, thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l Procrit, Dimetapp, Vigamox (not sure about the Dimetapp)
Complete thread -- rocker-bottom feet?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 8-ball hyphema
Complete thread -- Next, BSS on 27-gauge syringe was used to inject BSS to reform the ant ...
Complete thread -- neonate with Down's: s/l roncho broncho feet
Complete thread -- one more mp3
Complete thread -- Found it finally, O-I. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Welcome :)
Complete thread -- I'm finding everything but O-I, finding O-Z, O-T
Complete thread -- thanks shoots! The patient is legally blind, fits perfectly!
Complete thread -- partial blindness
Complete thread -- Mohs defect right forehead - "O to I" (or eye?) reconstruction
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- 2. Irregular sleep/wake cycle from circadian sleep rhythm disorder because of _______
Complete thread -- unfortunately.
Complete thread -- Good heavens! does it sound as terrible to you as it does to me?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- We will consider an osteoarthritis s/l like brace for his knee. It s/l like, light o
Complete thread -- Carac
Complete thread -- medication for skin cancer - s/l "care-ack" - spelling???
Complete thread -- it would have to be spinal. spiral? think about that...?
Complete thread -- oh. i didn't know that. will do the same in future. sorry for the bot ...
Complete thread -- just say there's a wav file, we can click on the "send/listen to WAV files" link.
Complete thread -- thanks. I don't know any other way of highlighting the wav. will try ...
Complete thread -- I see you got your answer above. It doesn't matter what you name it SM
Complete thread -- and seeding from thrombophlebitis. Please don't put URL in message.
Complete thread -- http://www.greatdictator.com/wav/1.wav Mediastinal and chest wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- biceps tenodesis?
Complete thread -- repair, biceps tenodesis
Complete thread -- hospital (comma) and a flat plate of the abdomen suggested
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- s/l bi-cep-sem-in-esis? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- yeah. i think he is dictating this. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- ? extensor pollicis brevis tendon
Complete thread -- not enough to live on. Questionable if even minimum wage for most. Not a job
Complete thread -- hmm, not to me; may mean, give him, and additionally, estrogen etc, sm
Complete thread -- http://www.greatdictator.com/wav/1.wav At this time, it was not ...
Complete thread -- i have sent the voice file after editing but don't know where it went. ...
Complete thread -- ...here are two options SM
Complete thread -- Many thanks. ...
Complete thread -- here's a link to archives messages concerning Sound Recorder.
Complete thread -- Please tell me how can I send a wav. I don't know how to cut the voice ...
Complete thread -- Please tell me how can I send a wav. I don't know how to cut the voic ...
Complete thread -- checked it out and that sounds really correct. Thank you, again.
Complete thread -- My thinking is that the fat cells change into estrogen by this aromatizing process (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- yeah. this is it. first i thought it was frostbite but since he is a ...
Complete thread -- m not sure. ...
Complete thread -- cross bite?
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT50. They give the testosterone into the estrogen?
Complete thread -- crossbar?
Complete thread -- s/l "fine, spinal, or spiral" needle... audio fuzzy?
Complete thread -- gross malocclusion with a *crossby* deformity. ...
Complete thread -- that we give him INTO additional estrogen...
Complete thread -- maybe she meant two additional estrogen, cause otherwise
Complete thread -- can you tell me if i got this right? trying again and uploaded a
Complete thread -- thanks, billybob... yep ~ I tried all different combinations of sound-alike letters.
Complete thread -- losartan, magnesium, insulin
Complete thread -- I'd listen for D instead of T, but I see you already have history of CAD listed...
Complete thread -- i hear the new wav
Complete thread -- ... and sometimes they completely misspeak. I think I'd leave a blank.
Complete thread -- still getting the EEG wav
Complete thread -- no but i really wonder if that's what she meant (SM)
Complete thread -- should have written s/l mymucin
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Omeprazole, acetaminophen, Advair, Rapaflo, simvastatin, ...
Complete thread -- s/l S-C-A-T as part of a final diagnosis in a death summary...
Complete thread -- not hearing VersaStep (as in VersaStep trocars, etc.)?
Complete thread -- Not enough to make you quit your day job, lol.
Complete thread -- digital EEG
Complete thread -- This is a technically satisfactory ____ EEG recorded during hte awake state mostly.
Complete thread -- Laparoscopy: Veristep approach?
Complete thread -- what is the going rate per line transcribed in the united states?
Complete thread -- and to "additional estrogen". Does that phrase make sense in context?
Complete thread -- Perhaps it is insulated pedicle access system (I-PAS)
Complete thread -- spinal fusion....s/l I-pass device
Complete thread -- Flexi-Seal (rectal tube or catheter)
Complete thread -- she was injecting with a syringe (a bolus dose)
Complete thread -- PEG, s/l "flex seal" and Foley
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- oh, wait. maybe it does make sense. She has type 1 diabetes, on pump.
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- Thanks. Weird that it's not in Stedman's Neurology Words.
Complete thread -- Also, see definition of insula on onelook.com and see picture in this link (see link)
Complete thread -- temporal insula (see link)
Complete thread -- diminished density noted in the left "tempura" insula. Does he mean temporal (lobe)/
Complete thread -- agree, for example, a motionless body is dead weight (heavier)
Complete thread -- yes, makes perfect sense, nonprogresson of her dilated bowel
Complete thread -- a tip for next time if stuck. Many drugs have "same ending" like "statin" sm
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense
Complete thread -- 2 blanks- "nonprogression and her dilated bowel" "gall pruction dus"
Complete thread -- goodness, platelets only 1,421? wondering if 14,021. sm
Complete thread -- "Dilute Pitressin (3 mL to 5 mL) is injected into the base of the myoma stalk"
Complete thread -- thank you very much!!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for capping...it is a brand!
Complete thread -- Pitressin?
Complete thread -- pitressin?
Complete thread -- looked high and low for this, s/l fut-russ-in (uterine myoma injection) sm plse
Complete thread -- try onelook
Complete thread -- The patient becomes "dead weight"
Complete thread -- yes, she did, but an hour after she asked and after we all were still guessing.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Zymaxid!!!
Complete thread -- ...or Zymaxid?
Complete thread -- azelastine?
Complete thread -- the medication is found only on patient's medication list
Complete thread -- zanoxide?? 0.5% drop to each b.i.d.
Complete thread -- it looks to me like she did say she sent with blanks
Complete thread -- Not sure what you're asking, but that makes sense...??
Complete thread -- that'd be up to the doc. what i'm seeing is 12 hours apart, BUT
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you. i don't know why i couldn't hear it.
Complete thread -- i didn't realize there was a sound file to listen to on this one.?
Complete thread -- Ramipril, Zocor, Zoloft (ck spelling on ramipril
Complete thread -- I hear significant vessels were ligated
Complete thread -- Significant blood vessels?
Complete thread -- cleared and the lateral *edges were then divided* as well, a small nick wa
Complete thread -- reposted as mp3 because posted over
Complete thread -- 15 blade scalpel. ___________ were ligated
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ahhh, okay I see, thank you so much elfie!
Complete thread -- I suppose you've given up and moved on too?
Complete thread -- The only hit at the trademark above shows the Salofalk trademark abandoned
Complete thread -- maybe next time you could tell us when you've given up so we can quit listening
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Aspirin, Plavix, Coreg, Cordarone, Levoxyl, Norvasc, rabe ...
Complete thread -- I believe she means she is normally reluctant to do it.
Complete thread -- me too - but not so weird in my neck of the woods
Complete thread -- Thank you, but I sent as blanks. ...
Complete thread -- but does "I have a very low threshold" make sense incontext?
Complete thread -- I've heard 24-packs called "suitcases" before too.
Complete thread -- Salofalk Foam - would you cap Foam?
Complete thread -- "I have a very low threshold" is what I hear
Complete thread -- below the threshold?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing maybe 3 meds in there, the 2nd is Actonel.
Complete thread -- hypothyroid?
Complete thread -- would sinemet be taken one tablet in the morning and afternoon or one tablet in the
Complete thread -- he is immunosuppressed and (????) threshold to starting patients
Complete thread -- Ranexa
Complete thread -- transferrin?
Complete thread -- could be U&E (urea and electrolytes)??
Complete thread -- I found a Red Neck beer that comes in a "briefcase" but looks like a 12-pack to me
Complete thread -- i am not sure if ranexa or nexium. it sounds like ranexium
Complete thread -- usually with CBC, you hear CMP or BMP - not sure on your "travertine"
Complete thread -- it does not sound like either to me.
Complete thread -- 6-pack? 12-pack?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- he continues to drink a s/l brief pack of beer per day
Complete thread -- We gave her a blood requisition to do full blood including CBC, s/l UN ...
Complete thread -- s/l ActiVAC (but...that is a wound pump for negative pressure and not a med..)?
Complete thread -- yes, i think that is it.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Coumadin, amlodipine, doxazosin, Flonase, _____, and Alle ...
Complete thread -- yup
Complete thread -- Thank you. I uploaded a Wav just in case, cuz it sounds like bevague...
Complete thread -- yea, I guess I read too many victorian romance novels. LOL
Complete thread -- do you hear "vague" cause it sounds like something else
Complete thread -- McMurray is all I can think for another sign.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's probably it. I had wondered about it but hadn't ever heard him use it
Complete thread -- Negative Hawkins, Neer’s, impingement sign, Yergason’s, Ludington's, s/l mah-MOR-ee
Complete thread -- unless he's slurring "observed EEG recording" ??
Complete thread -- yep, slurred bad.
Complete thread -- is he just slurring eeg?
Complete thread -- oops - you have 'the vague' in the sentence. makes sense
Complete thread -- huh? you have
Complete thread -- I think this one is more "hatred" than one w/o the E
Complete thread -- loath
Complete thread -- s/l bevague symptoms
Complete thread -- loathe
Complete thread -- you sure keep me on my toes! LOL
Complete thread -- I am s/l" low" to use sumatriptan because I do not think it has been as efficacious
Complete thread -- yes chloride-TY! Canadian-Creatinine value is correct. ALP=alkaline phosphatase(Canada)
Complete thread -- no *of*
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. Perhaps this is what he means.
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thank you. This doc sometimes mispronounces words. So who knows what he could
Complete thread -- erratic?
Complete thread -- nerver...haha (reminds of erma gerd) *never)
Complete thread -- and I hope you're in the UK or that creatinine is very high.
Complete thread -- I've nerver heard of "rack" - but that's sorta what it sounds like.
Complete thread -- ALT (not ALP)
Complete thread -- chloride
Complete thread -- Blood work.... sodium 139, potassium 4.5, s/l CORY 101, total bilirubin....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAV posted now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- "Racked" or "rack of" lymphoid tissue? Thanks.
Complete thread -- a job, not 'no' job.
Complete thread -- Thanks all, I'll make it rosuvastatin and flag it.
Complete thread -- carotid endarterectomy: s/l incess or gritilis
Complete thread -- rosuvastatin (generic for Crestor)?
Complete thread -- Rosuvastatin
Complete thread -- No, but thanks. It's pretty clear, but just can't find anything close.
Complete thread -- just a guess - ....cultures and slides were sent?
Complete thread -- pravastatin?
Complete thread -- Thank you poi!
Complete thread -- medication in list (pt with CAD): "reverstatin" clear dictation,
Complete thread -- your wav was posted over
Complete thread -- irregular
Complete thread -- What does everyone hear? Regular or irregular?
Complete thread -- guess not huh, nothing memorable, just stalking. No job as you said
Complete thread -- me too ~ tough one
Complete thread -- is this groin or testicular? maybe retraction?
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- dictionary:any abnormal tightening or shrinking of an organ or part
Complete thread -- area of mass?
Complete thread -- line of scrimmage
Complete thread -- yes, in football talk the *line* is line of scrimage.
Complete thread -- mitral valve replacement. I was told it was an aortic valve replacement
Complete thread -- They really want me to release him back to playing football. He plays on the line.
Complete thread -- 70-year-old gentleman with right groin mass
Complete thread -- I tried.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- broad spectrum antibiotics _____. The patient will remain on Rocephin and vancomycin
Complete thread -- valve replacement _____ aortic valve replacement ____ to make sure which
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe the?
Complete thread -- yes. TY.
Complete thread -- I listened again, likely her.
Complete thread -- FIGO?
Complete thread -- I thought so too... 'an' or maybe 'her' (if pt is female)
Complete thread -- Thanks, just wanted to make sure I wasn't overlooking something else. : )
Complete thread -- I am not sure I hear anything in there other than 'an'
Complete thread -- I have heard mets for Metzenbaums, so I bet that's right. Can't think of what else it'd be
Complete thread -- Using our *mets,* we then created a plane between the skin, the hernia sac, and...
Complete thread -- Carotid duplex, carotid Doppler _____ transmitted into the carotids, and
Complete thread -- A 2/6 systolic ejection murmur which was old and known from ______ aortic valve repla
Complete thread -- diagnosed with s/l speak-o stage 1d endometrial carcinoma.
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- half the time I get to listen to his GPS giving him travel directions
Complete thread -- Thank you poi!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- how nice of him to make your job miserable like that
Complete thread -- I was hearing "spring" in there too. I'm glad you got it.
Complete thread -- sheesh, it's *lower respiratory*. Thanks again for listening.
Complete thread -- thanks for listening. He likes to dictate in his car (bad audio)
Complete thread -- I am hearing something like "sinus chloro-spring infection". Just can't find it.
Complete thread -- the second blank is azoospermia (got it from HPI)
Complete thread -- what a horrible audio! sorry.
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- Oh, Gee, I don't know. What does that have to do with the price of tea in China?
Complete thread -- lower doses
Complete thread -- Includes bronchial asthma, GERD, rhinitis, recurrent sinus ___ infection and _,
Complete thread -- I will just keep him on (???????) to protect him while he is on the infliximab
Complete thread -- She was dancing the twist at a wedding. Would "the twist" or "twist" need capped?
Complete thread -- good one, poi! - I would've never guessed that.
Complete thread -- yes! TY
Complete thread -- tea products?
Complete thread -- Woman with psoriasis uses s/l Tea-prox for her scalp.
Complete thread -- needle?
Complete thread -- spinal s/l gain
Complete thread -- That's it! Tyvm.
Complete thread -- liver function?
Complete thread -- s/l ear tungin test reveals albumin...TIA!
Complete thread -- wondering fm what are you most proud of and have accomplished in your life
Complete thread -- it might not be the *FIS* that is showing the myoma - could be s/p FIS, showing...
Complete thread -- moved on. Thanks to those that listened.
Complete thread -- You know Ms. Darlene, if it is on Google, it is true. ;)
Complete thread -- +1
Complete thread -- she should still check w/ account regarding expansion w/i a diagnosis. point
Complete thread -- I just don't think a *forced inspiratory spirogram* would show a myoma and possible
Complete thread -- all suggestions appreciated
Complete thread -- transvaginal sonography (TVS) ?
Complete thread -- Thank you people. ...
Complete thread -- I agree,do not. I just can't figure out what else it might be.
Complete thread -- That is entirely up to your account, none of us. You absolutely should make 100% what YOU
Complete thread -- ???possibly high spleen = hypersplenism???
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- thank you margaret
Complete thread -- cold agglutinins
Complete thread -- relistened: S/l colla-glutens
Complete thread -- s/l "high spleen" and also "collagens" relating to blood tests. Please see msg.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: 37-year-old with infertility, status post FIS showing myom ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue
Complete thread -- sinus tract, so sinus makes sense, I guess.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l "sinus"? Is this correct? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would comma
Complete thread -- Can't seem to make up my mind about whether a comma is needed here...
Complete thread -- That, however, is listed in a "forum" not a medical website.
Complete thread -- if trying to decide what to transcribe, I would go as dictated
Complete thread -- maybe having 2 procedures together, could only find brow-pexy
Complete thread -- ignore that brow lift thingy..lol
Complete thread -- (brow lift)
Complete thread -- ?? blepharoplasty - maybe he is having it done again?
Complete thread -- Please sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- EBV
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- light-sensitive.
Complete thread -- clip needs to be longer before and after blanks to really get what he is saying, cuts off
Complete thread -- Once a month, he gets a severe headache from which he has to lie down ...
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- a collection of fluid?
Complete thread -- a collection of fluid in his abdomen?
Complete thread -- I cant believe it, exactly serum protein. (not urine just sounded like C-urine)
Complete thread -- 73-year-old gentleman with cholelithiasis with recent history of choledocholithiasis
Complete thread -- Ohhh, good one! Unfortunately, I hear a soft "c" sound at the end.
Complete thread -- Hemipons just means one side of the pons, doesn't it? Would still be a pontine stroke,
Complete thread -- serum and urine protein electrophoresis
Complete thread -- no clearly says "crinations", but thanx for trying
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what I hear and it goes with the previous two also.
Complete thread -- is a hemipons stroke and pontine stroke the same? the doctor changes during his
Complete thread -- reposted.
Complete thread -- Sensations maybe?
Complete thread -- you are right, just listened again, he said she can now stand and walk..
Complete thread -- No idea, but "She cannot stand and walk with minimal discomfort." makes
Complete thread -- Did you check to see if your mp3 actually posted? Because I don't hear anything
Complete thread -- Archives shows Wise pattern (except for Darlene who said Weiss)
Complete thread -- "C urine protein electrophoresis" dictated clearly, but cant find it 2gether on googl
Complete thread -- not sure if have the third medication correct
Complete thread -- S/l crenations in her hands are fine.
Complete thread -- going with Wise, thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- 1.Do U hear "resulting" or something else 2.Is that degenital, Congenital, Degenereti
Complete thread -- Wise or WISE pattern skin incision? breast reconstruction post mastectomy
Complete thread -- Are you sure he isn't saying "cervix" ???
Complete thread -- or maybe you do wow.
Complete thread -- figured it out. "on the basis of an echo" Thanks to those that tried
Complete thread -- yes, fungus
Complete thread -- Panus is an inedible species of mushroom.
Complete thread -- Stop that garbage. You have trouble understanding her question.
Complete thread -- Panus is a fungi.
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking, but not his usual verbiage. Who knows, lol. Thanks.
Complete thread -- hmm, some contradiction. I can't listen for s/l tho.maybe is wrong dx?? sm
Complete thread -- does this mean on this date MRI was done?
Complete thread -- Stenosis C4-5, C5-6. No data for spinal cord damage *s/l service* 7/19/12.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you for that.
Complete thread -- Maybe have trouble to interpret/analyze? ''pelvic abscess & *Cold sites*
Complete thread -- Looks fine to me other than pannus (unless out of U.S. & spelled differently.
Complete thread -- Does this read okay without a comma?
Complete thread -- Clearly, that does not have anything to help her either.
Complete thread -- individual .. see msg
Complete thread -- Thanks ya'll! He is an ESL, so that's why the s/l was off! LOL
Complete thread -- thanks. I tried slowing him down and still could not get it. I even speeded him up...
Complete thread -- if you can slow that down, i bet you can get it.
Complete thread -- s/l total something?
Complete thread -- I figured out the second blank is biopsies.
Complete thread -- wav posted by same doctor, different procedure
Complete thread -- I thought that, Darlene, but it didn't sound like her s/l. However, as we all know...
Complete thread -- as suggested - gold seeds – called fiducial markers placed in a needle
Complete thread -- I think you may be correct fiducial
Complete thread -- phlebotomy would be blood disorder.s/l may be polycythemia vera
Complete thread -- polycythemia vera
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- cannot understand enough to try and look up for correct spelling...
Complete thread -- cholecystoduodenal (OneLook) Cannot find any reference liking cholecyst(o) to omental
Complete thread -- Thank you both, very much!
Complete thread -- EVALVE, is the company. MitraClip is the product
Complete thread -- okay. google cholecysto - he must be using that for the cholecysto-omental too. ??
Complete thread -- Nope! Found cholecystoduodenal...
Complete thread -- cholecysto-omental and cholecystoduodenal
Complete thread -- cholecystal duodenal - not cyst of. he's making up words.
Complete thread -- I think he's making up words. Chole-cystal omental and cholecystal-omental?? whaaa??
Complete thread -- I googled applicator needles prostate seeds - see if you can find anything
Complete thread -- I posted a wav regarding a laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Complete thread -- fiducial? probably not, but...
Complete thread -- SL*Indusial* applicator needles were inserted placing the needles approximately 1-cm
Complete thread -- trach? stoma?
Complete thread -- In regards to her speech and language, because she is still on a trach ...
Complete thread -- It looks as though MitraClip is also called E-valve MitraClip
Complete thread -- and I just found an Evalve® ? Wonder if he has them confused?
Complete thread -- all I could find was MitraClip and some obsure reference to an Eclipse Surgical???
Complete thread -- hysteroscopy and D and C. The laparoscope was removed. the abdomen was
Complete thread -- E-clip?? see sentences
Complete thread -- "S" maybe systemic (metabolic processes of (can't listen to a wav) so a guess
Complete thread -- here ya go; clearly, the prior older link search posted in error
Complete thread -- Sorry, should read ...no s/l urhibia was auscultated. ...
Complete thread -- anabolic processes? just waging- cannot listen to wav
Complete thread -- assuming "was" is included in s/l?
Complete thread -- Abdominal examination is significant for a gravid uterus measuring 35 ...
Complete thread -- i dont really here "S" more like end or N
Complete thread -- OOPS... I meant Lunesta - is for treatment of anxiety in UK and Canada
Complete thread -- A hypnotic, sometimes used in the treatment of social anxiety in the UK and Canada. Sold a
Complete thread -- Sounded like "S" metabolic processes?
Complete thread -- Thanks to both below. Just can't hear either. Really s/l funnel. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Phalen's ?
Complete thread -- Tinel?
Complete thread -- I tried that but still couldnt find it. Do you hear anything b4 "en"metalobic
Complete thread -- Pt seen for carpal tunnel syndrome. Has prolonged *funnel* sign. Please
Complete thread -- androstenediol Hint for search on google, just copy and paste the ones you have
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go back and listen for that.
Complete thread -- SLE
Complete thread -- Family History: No history of *SOE.* Has a history of rheumatoid arthritis...
Complete thread -- PLAN: At this time, I would like to check the other __metabolic processes of the
Complete thread -- Ah, just like it sounds! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you very much all of you
Complete thread -- yes, I hear goiter.
Complete thread -- orthogonal
Complete thread -- He had initial treatment planning *or-thaw-gonal* films done... Please sm for
Complete thread -- Thanks, both of you, I uploaded a WAV just to make sure, can you
Complete thread -- I have no idea, if you have support, might try them, unfortunately those are sometimes
Complete thread -- nerve root makes sense.
Complete thread -- Do you know what I could do about the hum
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- duct, uh, issue(s)?
Complete thread -- issues?
Complete thread -- goiter?
Complete thread -- try goiter (thyroid)
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: She had surgery on her right eye for tear duct _____
Complete thread -- s/l enlarged corteres or quarterer
Complete thread -- DOubt that for anxiety??? Lunesta (eszopiclone) is a sedative and is used to treat insomni
Complete thread -- This is YOUR LINK? muscle sheaths and present at a more ????????????
Complete thread -- This is YOUR LINK? muscle sheaths and present at a more ????????????
Complete thread -- it's Lunesta
Complete thread -- s/l Theekin or Feekin ?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- maybe nerve root retractor? I think that's what I am hearing now.
Complete thread -- drug for anxiety
Complete thread -- spinal interbody fusion - s/l Newby retractor?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- No sentences. Findings were: Trace MR, no MR, PR. AI.
Complete thread -- need sentence, along with before and after sentences
Complete thread -- pulmonary regurgitation
Complete thread -- note: I have NEVER done a nerve conduction report, but from what I hear:
Complete thread -- well, i mean besides PR for per rectum??
Complete thread -- If MR is mitral regurg, TR is tricuspid regurg, then what is PR?
Complete thread -- is this correctly correct now. i am still a little uncertain, especially concerning the
Complete thread -- here is a better link, shows mic=microscopic
Complete thread -- CMAP
Complete thread -- thanks for all your help. is there a word between millivolt and amplitude. i am hearing
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