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Complete thread -- since we don't know what made him look in the sister's file, I'd say it is safe sm
Complete thread -- Really? We don't know if the patient already knows this about her sibling or not.
Complete thread -- end of discussion.
Complete thread -- this is in no way a HIPAA violation
Complete thread -- s/l zolisation is likely --localization (localization of tumor) sm
Complete thread -- found this term, not sure of your surgery, this is re: breast
Complete thread -- s/l augment umbilical is -- lumbrical function sm
Complete thread -- NM, she says it again, slurring it more than she did before so
Complete thread -- If dictated as 1 I'd go with 1:00, that is what my account
Complete thread -- Kerlix soaked in *defs tab* solution.
Complete thread -- 1:00
Complete thread -- I'll go with 1 o'clock.... if you dont have definite client specs/inst ...
Complete thread -- By 1:00 in the afternoon, he tends to have to lie down.
Complete thread -- Sending on, not sure if Barrett or not
Complete thread -- Has a past medical history of GERD and s/l *bear* ... Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Personally, OP, as in my multiple posts below, I agree with you...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- difficulty with his walk other than his arthritis.
Complete thread -- I have worked directly with docs (over 5 years), and that has absolutely no bearing...
Complete thread -- pls
Complete thread -- oops.. if that need goes up.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- if the need goes up.(needing to use it more frequently rather than having to use it rarely
Complete thread -- history of that with positive ... he snores and has.
Complete thread -- WAV file
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- Because we are not the judge of that & if you ever worked directly w/docs, you'd know that
Complete thread -- meant: "You supposedly wouldn't call the patient's home and give her such info on
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- wag... augment ability to function?
Complete thread -- It's HIPAA, Win, and why shouldn't it be in anybody's place to question a possible HIPAA
Complete thread -- significantly scarred down
Complete thread -- There's no indication they necessarily share the same doc, from what I've read.
Complete thread -- Only if we discuss these cases by name with others do we ever get into HIPPA violations sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have heard them say the patient told them a family's medical history a....
Complete thread -- think OP is thinking the patient doesn't know sister's Hx and that doc...
Complete thread -- Jax, the doc has the right to do that so for heaven's sake, it isn't the MT's lookout.
Complete thread -- no because it is a familial trait and affects patient care, doc is right to note it
Complete thread -- What a pt tells a doc, he can put in her records and neither of them has sm
Complete thread -- But the patient did not tell this to the physician, the physician pulled it from the...
Complete thread -- Heavenly days, NOOOOOO!!!! That's OK for her to tell him that.
Complete thread -- I'm doing a report on a gyn visit where the dictator states that the patient's....sm
Complete thread -- Seems to work is all I can say.
Complete thread -- Do you mean two 3 mm margins or 2-3 mm margins here?
Complete thread -- What do you think FDP and FDS are abbrevs. for here? Should read "significantly".
Complete thread -- augment what? doubt it's umbilical.
Complete thread -- "The patient was assessed in an upright sitting position, where it was felt"
Complete thread -- Never mind, it was fluphenazine.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- plsm
Complete thread -- Psych medication, s/l "fluconazine." No dosage or other content. Not fluoxetine.
Complete thread -- op note plsm
Complete thread -- suture
Complete thread -- s/l to contain
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't get it either
Complete thread -- I usually hear antibiotic impregnated lap sponge
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would put a new sentence... after procedures and start "Although we have made..."
Complete thread -- I hear "the patient was sat in an upright sitting position..." he's redundant
Complete thread -- The patient is _____ to upright sitting position where it was felt that the symmetry
Complete thread -- this one if it's correct. thanks
Complete thread -- oops forget to mention this is breast implants following mastectomy.
Complete thread -- Additional irrigation was done including Pulsavac irrigation and the wound sm
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I found the same article but didn't
Complete thread -- (not to worry you, but if Inlet is correct, likely, then prob CloseSure=correct adjective
Complete thread -- found it... Inlet closure system...thanks to all who tried!
Complete thread -- Wrong spelling (for archives), though very easy to look up under images in Google. : )
Complete thread -- Might doc be misremembering the brand name of closure system he used? Endoclose? SM
Complete thread -- and has to use Hall's drops for her symptoms
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- thank you so much. clear as day now, but just sounded like gibberish before.
Complete thread -- and has to use Halls drops for... (check spelling)
Complete thread -- that should be "performed" the preperitoneal dissection
Complete thread -- putting it back now...
Complete thread -- inverted, as we formed the preperitoneal dissection... what I hear
Complete thread -- correct wav not there ??
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- (know the comma should be deleted after "over")
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WAV. ER report, patient with cough and chest congestion.
Complete thread -- cholecystectomy surgery question. s/l "Enlac closure system"
Complete thread -- syncopize =
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- I'd do "She did not have syncope."
Complete thread -- syncopize?(check usage) syncopate? or did not have syncope (if you can edit)
Complete thread -- syncope--go to One Look above
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Hmmm (SM)
Complete thread -- s/l ober-yont procedure is Ober-Yount.. look over Link
Complete thread -- thank you both. I found some high dosages too but 7 tablets just seemed like so much!
Complete thread -- http://www.rxlist.com/neurontin-drug.htm
Complete thread -- I googled neurontin 2100 mg and found some fairly good references to that being pretty
Complete thread -- "Neurontin 300 mg 7 tablets at night." I'm pretty sure ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Corrected sp = ipsilateral: adjective: on or relating to the same side (of the body)
Complete thread -- nm, you are a GENIUS!!! That's GOTTA be it!
Complete thread -- ipsalateral VI intact as well??? (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- the contralateral VI intact and the s/l "sotra" VI intact as well
Complete thread -- Yes, does need that comma before healing well--good punctuation
Complete thread -- wag: over-and out procedure -- also, pes planus valgus is usually heard
Complete thread -- you don't need a comma btwn removal and healing in #1.
Complete thread -- bullous pemphigoid?
Complete thread -- agree, makes sense. I doubt there is any better answer.
Complete thread -- maybe but I don't know what they would be saying
Complete thread -- It isn't isolation, but thanks very much.
Complete thread -- Doesn't s/l visualization, but it makes sense, thanks.
Complete thread -- visualization?? ...
Complete thread -- listen for "isolation"
Complete thread -- (could it be not an eponym but simple English expression, e.g. "open out"??
Complete thread -- thnx 4 hlp
Complete thread -- ignore my incorrect answer. Correct answer is below.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Sorry I hadn't read this correct answer when I posted.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Under the microscopic s/l "zolisation" then mild retraction was applied
Complete thread -- I think anteriorlized, thanks very much.
Complete thread -- GEBT?
Complete thread -- magnetic resonance 3 (better than 1 or 2, I presume)?? MRI iow.
Complete thread -- s/l ober-yont
Complete thread -- check archives for usual orthography: The KIMBERLY-CLARK MIC-KEY Feeding Tube is available
Complete thread -- estimated to be about 2 cm -- sounds like the first blank
Complete thread -- keep (meaning "hold") the skin anteriorwise, (maybe with hyphen?)or anteriorlized. ESL,
Complete thread -- s/l "Mitch-ee"
Complete thread -- we used retractors to s/l "kep the skeen anteriorlysed."
Complete thread -- Could he be saying MEG?
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- anecdotal
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- include *Ball’s cuff regard*, she has been on prednisone
Complete thread -- Nvmd, I got it. Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- with these agents in _____ situations have not lead
Complete thread -- www.google.com mag 3 scan = see message
Complete thread -- OA gapping? please sm
Complete thread -- what did you google?
Complete thread -- NM - I need to go on. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, I am positive it's not CT.
Complete thread -- are your sure its not CT scan?
Complete thread -- s/l "Mag-3" "Mac-3" scan
Complete thread -- No, that was my note, sorry. s/l "protused and obese"
Complete thread -- rotund?
Complete thread -- did they say "s/o protused, not protuberant and obese"
Complete thread -- Abdomen: "Protused" *not protuberant and obese. Soft, nontender, and nondistended.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking you don't have to know much to be QA anymore. lol
Complete thread -- Why yes it is. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I think it comes down to "they are the QA"
Complete thread -- I had the owner tell me years ago to do the way I am, she died..new managers.
Complete thread -- You need to ask your QA for an explanation! It's possible the account
Complete thread -- I'm an x-ray tech and I have never heard a doctor use LA for lateral
Complete thread -- Please SM.
Complete thread -- is substernal in there somehow or another?
Complete thread -- then probably LAO views, left anterior oblique
Complete thread -- can you hear anything like "does radiate to the arm?
Complete thread -- No. I actually think I hear him saying LA views.
Complete thread -- were they using imaging during the procedure? PA views?
Complete thread -- The patient states the chest pain is short, heavy, s/l "does shurinnal," and brought
Complete thread -- organ of Zuckerkandl
Complete thread -- Sorry - see message
Complete thread -- what is the report for?
Complete thread -- using "NA" views
Complete thread -- Sure did, used a sledgehammer and whacked that sucker.
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- I can't get in for past half hour or so, was fine earlier today.
Complete thread -- Next: *allergen* sodium bicarb tablet take 2 tablets 3 times a day and at bedtime.
Complete thread -- Did YOU break it? LOL
Complete thread -- yes. :)
Complete thread -- His mood is good.
Complete thread -- HIV pt in ID clinic. "He drinks alcohol on occasion, no street drugs, s/l snood is
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just trying to be sure I didn't miss anything.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I was there about 5 minutes ago.
Complete thread -- Can't get there for the last 20 minutes or so. It was fine before that.
Complete thread -- what is this exam? X-ray? If so, I think the
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- Is anyone able to access the Restuvus board? SM
Complete thread -- makes no sense to me, and too hard to "fix," as his intent isn't obvious. Flag the sukkah.
Complete thread -- To be on the safe side, what is the sentence before this?
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- Thank you... first time doing this doc!
Complete thread -- Might be best to flag then as there are so many variables.
Complete thread -- Shouldn't be a comma. You didn't ask about the first part but
Complete thread -- thanks to both. Unfortunately it's an addendum report with only the med list
Complete thread -- duodenal biopsies, significant intraepitheal lymphocytosis without
Complete thread -- no wav
Complete thread -- (let us know if you learn the answer from your doc or QA)
Complete thread -- Digestive disease doc - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Thank you, Margaret...I am just not sure, so I will leave a blank.
Complete thread -- (cannot find; is "5" her ACOG risk ranking for a VBAC? could "cokely"="ACOG"?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- en passant ...see link
Complete thread -- s/l "ompissont" feeding vessels.
Complete thread -- Just as is, no, makes no sense, but I would have to hear it and hear the whole report.
Complete thread -- Within the proper context, it could make sense...or she could be correcting
Complete thread -- Ty kindly!
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- OB/GYN s/l cokely 5 or copley 5
Complete thread -- and final biopsy is consistent with HPV effect only.
Complete thread -- WAV posted. Representative biopsy was obtained and final biopsy ???? with HPV
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Well, I subcontract for a great gal that takes a second look at my reports
Complete thread -- I thoght it might be writhing. Thanks all!
Complete thread -- excellent point. Sometimes an "...um....," "...er...," "...uh...," or just a pause, can
Complete thread -- excellent point. Sometimes their "...um....," "...er...,
Complete thread -- also possibly wriggling, wiggling ?? see link for that and others
Complete thread -- (thanks! ;-)
Complete thread -- (way wag: some benzoyl peroxide preparation for acne??)
Complete thread -- Tough call....in this specific instance, I would have been
Complete thread -- Verbal dyslexia to the max with this doc!!!!! Thank you to both of you.
Complete thread -- "wringing" ("writhing") ??
Complete thread -- Good hint to all newbies posting their s/l...it is helpful if
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: *Benzyl XE*, primidone, Zonegran, benztropine, Depakene.
Complete thread -- agree. (In the real world, must MT always flag, or is it okay to "fix"?)
Complete thread -- (believe scan in question=labled RBC scan to detect site of enteric blood loss? Can't get
Complete thread -- hand *ritalin* movements
Complete thread -- I believe he is trying to say "tagged red cell scan" ..but with verbal dyslexia..
Complete thread -- Thank guys. He does say an "um" before it, so it must be the undiff..."
Complete thread -- s/l red text-tale scan??
Complete thread -- (plus, you are already aware doc can "mess up" big time enunciating all the syllables! lol
Complete thread -- statistically "undiff" would be more likely than "diff." Listen carefully for a prior syll
Complete thread -- undifferentiated?
Complete thread -- differentiated?
Complete thread -- differentiated or undifferentiated...??
Complete thread -- any way you can make "Ball's kyphoguide" into Bell's palsy, or Bell's type of xx??
Complete thread -- s/l dee-fain-sheeted
Complete thread -- (looked, but unable to find, unless perhaps "Chevy"="semi-rigid"??)
Complete thread -- Renal Caps is shown as the product name. However softgel is
Complete thread -- Found it. Peritoneal
Complete thread -- Abdominal. There is no evidence of s/l peritinel signs. No muscular defect is identif
Complete thread -- (11 is just the size and style of blade I'd pick to do a venotomy.)
Complete thread -- Good grief now she says om-pair-a-zole. LOL
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure. Boy I need new bifocals. Getting older can really suck at times but sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I pretty sure that is it. She just called simvastatin sim-vast-in.
Complete thread -- thanks. I didn't realize the "power" of "+"!:-) + will be a big help!
Complete thread -- Renal caps softgel. Is this a brand name? I googled it on images and it shows an sm
Complete thread -- I don't think there is a drug U R missing, I think, as U, it is carvedilol which
Complete thread -- From all the PFTs I have done I would say total lung capacity.
Complete thread -- (a "bump-up" from below)- diffusion capacity and "total incapacity"nl?? total lung ca
Complete thread -- Dictator says patient was on cardilol 3.12 mg b.i.d. Is there a drug I am missing sm
Complete thread -- I forgot to tell you how to find for next time. sm
Complete thread -- s/l jaylen is Jalyn generic name: dutasteride/tamsulosin
Complete thread -- Jalyn SM and scroll way down
Complete thread -- Agree that anecdotal makes sense but the rest of the sentence is pretty
Complete thread -- I bet that's what she means. She discusses several immunoglobulin studies in the report
Complete thread -- Sorry, not erectile dysfunction, BPH.
Complete thread -- Medication for erectile dysfunction s/l "Jaylen"
Complete thread -- see message makes sense
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense SM
Complete thread -- Sounds like that might be it. I'll check further. Thanks so much for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- overall experience with these agents in an *anecdotal* situation have not lead to any
Complete thread -- IgG, IgA, IgM, IgD, IgE (GAMDE?)
Complete thread -- Gulf of Bahrain?
Complete thread -- rheum help. "immunoglobulin GAMD" Anybody know what this is? Details below
Complete thread -- for her co-morbidities, which include *Ball’s kyphoguide*, she has been on prednisone
Complete thread -- Military history. He reports *tunnel back* deployment in Gulf of *bureme* for 4 mont
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- freed; it was --------- posteriorly ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but I would go with metabolizing
Complete thread -- cyst was freed and was _____ posteriorly.
Complete thread -- PET scanning is all about what metabolizes sugar the most so that is possible.
Complete thread -- which showed an intermediate *metabolism* exophytic left lower renal pole mass
Complete thread -- google frems, 2nd one down
Complete thread -- Anyone know what FREMS means?
Complete thread -- He actually did a very intense canoe trip?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I was answering this question and it rolled off the
Complete thread -- ahh, 11 blade
Complete thread -- He actually ..... canoe trip?
Complete thread -- set is what they call a collective nount and can be either
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, unable to help with the rest :(
Complete thread -- thank you!!!
Complete thread -- he has absolutely no symptoms
Complete thread -- possible"serpiginous" but ck spelling
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- pitting edema and irregular s/l sup-idg-u-is?? line
Complete thread -- we will pursue it again if persistent crackles on exam??
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- thx so much
Complete thread -- correct. Cant is used in skiing, architecture, and is correct here.(ck spelling)
Complete thread -- He has done well from pulmonary standpoint, he has absence of symptoms ...
Complete thread -- cant is fine (same as tilt)
Complete thread -- 11? eleven? without hearing. (referring to blade type, size)
Complete thread -- was performed using _____ scalpel
Complete thread -- s/l... Varus cant... sm
Complete thread -- get into the wound, so to prevent wound dehiscence, we will have him stop using the...
Complete thread -- Thanks, all. Appreciate the responses. (n/m)
Complete thread -- it is: Disseminated malignancy.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- disseminated *intravascular coagulation in*? pregnancy
Complete thread -- Exactly.
Complete thread -- Sounds like something to do with pregnancy!
Complete thread -- anterior transposition
Complete thread -- 3. Lung cancer. 4. ____
Complete thread -- sorry, doc means to say, cause dehiscence, but misspoke..flag it.(not prevent)
Complete thread -- Well he is clearly using a word incorrectly. That is a word I would not go with,
Complete thread -- the last letter of wound 'd' and first letter of the next word dehisence
Complete thread -- no wave
Complete thread -- I heard DDD also, but DJD is also possible, there are joints in the back
Complete thread -- benefit from ulnar nerve decompression with *antitransposition* of the left elbow.
Complete thread -- I do believe it's CVV, but going to flag to be safe. Thanks to everyone once again.
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- CBV cerebral blood volume
Complete thread -- Sorry, I wasn't clear on the question. MD clearly said "hiscence"
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for the link - appreciate it!
Complete thread -- actually maybe even just CBV - cerebral blood volume?
Complete thread -- also found this, but opening the article cannot access it all
Complete thread -- rCBV?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Opps, forgot to paste Amer. Stroke Association article if needed
Complete thread -- ?? I found CVV= cerebral vascular volume, a bit complex/long article
Complete thread -- I was way off on the second part (your actual blank).. go with below helper
Complete thread -- prevent wound healing?
Complete thread -- (He has had this happen)? several times before. **some of those images**(maybe someone sm
Complete thread -- Thanks all, but this is a hospital admission. Don't think it was Trusopt. Flagged.
Complete thread -- He has had this happen..I talked to him some, that he may just benefit best from staying
Complete thread -- No, he's not trying to cause wound dehiscence but prevent it.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking short terming term central (circulation) study sm
Complete thread -- o thnx thot i hrd DJD
Complete thread -- nvr mnd jst hrd it
Complete thread -- lumbar DDD and sciatica (degenerative disk disease)
Complete thread -- LiliK...you are probably right, but this is what he said. I am going to have my boss look
Complete thread -- pls lstn 2 wav
Complete thread -- dehiscense
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "hiscence" used as a word acceptable?
Complete thread -- We talked about staying on Effexor and that the first time we even con ...
Complete thread -- CVV?
Complete thread -- likely? given a sample & pulled package off office shelf? Does start out in a package sm
Complete thread -- can you post more of context? like previous/next sentences
Complete thread -- a guess - s/l aturcal" tonsillitis may be catarrhal tonsillitis sm
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- listen for Trusopt eye drops maybe.
Complete thread -- Trusopt, but it would be drops not a package.
Complete thread -- and he is performing fine
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- s/l "aturcal" tonsillitis. SM
Complete thread -- List of meds: s/l True Soft one package daily
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- Maybe a conservator report?
Complete thread -- that is...conservative
Complete thread -- He is saying consertive report clear as day-- this doc says things backwards all the
Complete thread -- Mine usually are placed in the dorsal lithotomy position with a llt
Complete thread -- C-section, patient placed on the OR table in the s/l dorsi-front? position
Complete thread -- s/l "Chevy
Complete thread -- noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Complete thread -- or a conservator's report
Complete thread -- ???WHAT? NO. You are hearing: power of attorney and also a conservatorship
Complete thread -- So, I'm hearing this right-- conservative report--? thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- does s/l that, but does not make sense. MAYBE one aspirin perday after the Lovenox
Complete thread -- conservatorship can be set up after a judge decides that a person (called the "conservatee
Complete thread -- conservative report?
Complete thread -- will flag; thanks for help
Complete thread -- does it s/l one extra per day and does that make sense?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 1 extra ?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- contact-guard assistance CGA
Complete thread -- She was ??CGA??
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks wasn't sure about the decimal point
Complete thread -- *Central* study was performed which documented widely patent circulation
Complete thread -- three oh (3.0)
Complete thread -- The third closed *foot* along the lesser curvature
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- flipped prone ?
Complete thread -- flipped prone and all pressure points....
Complete thread -- The patient was then _____ and all pressure
Complete thread -- ...as such, although she tells me....
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear-She has been treated AS SUCH ...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- overuse-related or repetitive injuries
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- aw! thanks all!
Complete thread -- If it is the social history, it could be has a kittycat (cat) Rocks (name).
Complete thread -- indices, not indicis (you have it right inside in one place).
Complete thread -- indices (pleural of index) and sourcils
Complete thread -- indices, sourcil
Complete thread -- more on that!! s/l sore seals
Complete thread -- are indicis right? I think, but not 100% sure!
Complete thread -- thank you soooo much
Complete thread -- bougienage
Complete thread -- I don't know how to even spell this word to look up.. see below
Complete thread -- LOL....sending it on now. Thanks for the giggle.
Complete thread -- T 1/2 of 17 minutes (on a renogram) is this correct?
Complete thread -- i'll guess enteral too. ...
Complete thread -- she has a kitty cat? LOL
Complete thread -- "kie-cat or hi-cat" rocks. Listed in social history. The patient is in a good place
Complete thread -- bottle (rather than breast)?
Complete thread -- enteral? It's early, just a guess.
Complete thread -- The infant will be *intchal* feeding with initially Good Start formula.
Complete thread -- Sending on, but would still like to know if is correct. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- A pregnancy was confirmed intrauterine "temp" 9 weeks. Is that correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- Riese (capacity) hearing. See link. So, Riese'd ?
Complete thread -- Loving my new account :( Psychiatric discharge summary...sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear Mood Disorders Clinic ...
Complete thread -- exercises
Complete thread -- exercises?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's it!
Complete thread -- check out EPOCH chemo regimen
Complete thread -- pls
Complete thread -- Pt with extranodal NK/T-cell lymphoma. In assessment, dictator states....sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- semisolid and soft stool.
Complete thread -- and starting from the rectum . . . softer stool
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Any idea what "K jumps" would be though? Just because we hear it, doesn't make it right
Complete thread -- thanks all.
Complete thread -- Well, as K is potassium, seems clear what she says is K jumps.
Complete thread -- That's what she says, but I've never heard of it.
Complete thread -- added a WAV....
Complete thread -- Yes, graft-to-vein anastomsis because of that little preposition there
Complete thread -- We will replace her potassium orally tonight and consider s/l *K jumps* in the a.m.
Complete thread -- Ahhhh, no wonder she never came back to her post. Thought she might have been an
Complete thread -- no. I found out what it was. It was what I figured...a friend of mine. she lost the
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- :-) yeah.. this is a possibility
Complete thread -- Are you QA'ing it? Perhaps the OP sent it on to you.
Complete thread -- Well now I see they have a FAST for strokes too, lol. Skip this
Complete thread -- I was just going to suggest the possibility of a code for a FAST exam
Complete thread -- Well go with this one I guess, har!
Complete thread -- I'd go with the 1st one tho' some may differ; doubt it matters to a hill of beans!
Complete thread -- FAST (acronym) pls see link
Complete thread -- Lo, I'd go with Code Fast. In KC, years ago, our jargon was Code Red for the
Complete thread -- maybe both of you are working for the same pool (it can happen in online accounts) sm
Complete thread -- how odd. this is the report I am doing now, but I was not the OP here.
Complete thread -- the ER I type for has a "code fast" and I am not sure if 'fast' is an acronym or not.
Complete thread -- graft to vein anastomosis or graft-to-vein anastomosis?
Complete thread -- total lung capacity?
Complete thread -- Pulmonary function test - diffusion capacity and "total incapacity" normal ??
Complete thread -- Code __was called
Complete thread -- Yes that is it. Thanks to both helpers.
Complete thread -- scant cellularity?
Complete thread -- LOL, sorry. No mp3 there.
Complete thread -- nothing there
Complete thread -- No mp2 there
Complete thread -- I can also hear "scant" and not sure with "nodularity"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He presented with left-sided weakness and reportedly fell to the floor with sm
Complete thread -- scant ????.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- wav file help.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- check archives for OATS procedure, lots of info there
Complete thread -- Help with orthopedics: He is approximately one week status post left ...
Complete thread -- Does the patient have a UTI? If so, doc's talking about the urine microbes.
Complete thread -- urinary bugs
Complete thread -- Oh good, glad you caught it!
Complete thread -- gotcha! thanks changing to was.
Complete thread -- It should read "5 feet 8 inches tall and 155 pounds" still skinny though right?
Complete thread -- Just had to share what my ASR typed! LOL
Complete thread -- Posterior tibial nerve.
Complete thread -- EEG question...stimulating the s/l "median nerve or posterior cerebral nerve."
Complete thread -- You mean you googled. A dictionary would have found it for you, even
Complete thread -- Agree totally. The subject is "set", which is singular and needs a singular verb.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds obscene.
Complete thread -- She has a level pelvis.
Complete thread -- On examination she walks with a normal gait. She has a _____ . She has suggestive
Complete thread -- nevermind - I found Buck plug --- thank you anyway!!
Complete thread -- agree with
Complete thread -- s/l small bucks plug please see message thank you!
Complete thread -- it's early repolarization abnormality
Complete thread -- set was (that set of golf clubs was expensive)
Complete thread -- ty JMO
Complete thread -- thanks to everyone! also he hesitated after fully so i think it is extend fully.
Complete thread -- I agree with were.
Complete thread -- was vrs were.
Complete thread -- I think your second example is better
Complete thread -- Actually, I Believe it is extend fully - and is able to flex to 140
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, but I think it is fully flex, not fully, flex
Complete thread -- again pls hlp w/ punct. thanks so much. don't know what is wrong w/ me tonight!
Complete thread -- thanks so much nm!
Complete thread -- could he possibly be saying "gross" deformity?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 1 million, 221 thousand (1,221,000)
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Comma after spontaneously and you are good to go!
Complete thread -- long verbatim sentence. is my punctuation correct here?
Complete thread -- parentheses dictated; thanks for all input
Complete thread -- Yes, you should. codeine is not trademarked.
Complete thread -- Here is a bottle of Tylenol with codeine.
Complete thread -- No, it is not. It's just like Tylenol Arthritis, Tylenol Menstrual, Tylenol Junior Stren
Complete thread -- typo above, s/b Tylenol
Complete thread -- NO it is NOT! Tylenol is the ONLY part trademarked!
Complete thread -- See inside
Complete thread -- it is NOT generic. Tylenon with Codeine is a tradmarked/brand name!!!!!! GEEZ BACK
Complete thread -- No. Why do you have the parentheses? The period goes outside, not .).
Complete thread -- No, and the sentence in parentheses has too many haves.
Complete thread -- did i punctuate correctly?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l grips deformity
Complete thread -- That is it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Tietze syndrome? lucked out with first hit, see link.
Complete thread -- intraocular lens +21 power was implanted
Complete thread -- Chest pain is not angina pectoris; it is reproducible and sharp chest pain at the
Complete thread -- Thank billybob. I was hearing in line with deep... Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Alcon...it was alligned to the (steep) corneal axis.
Complete thread -- Got the 2nd one too. Alcon SN6AT5. Now if anyone could help with the last part I would
Complete thread -- Got the first one with the rule astigmatism.
Complete thread -- Thought of that on the way back to the computer. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- It's there now.
Complete thread -- Wav doesn't match
Complete thread -- Due to _____ astigmatism the _____ SN68T5 intraocular lens plus 21 power
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Sorry did not see this. BAT = brightness acuity tester
Complete thread -- excoriation
Complete thread -- Win, it applies to any genus name.
Complete thread -- follicular rash
Complete thread -- Doesn't apply to names of bacillus as here, so
Complete thread -- All the answers that come up in the archives have it prEEmie.
Complete thread -- for what? Don't get so bloomin' upset.
Complete thread -- Sorry, meant but, not by.
Complete thread -- "DO NOT capitalize genus names used in plural and adjectival forms when they are used in t
Complete thread -- I think my computer was messed up - nothing came up on a search but now I am finding it.
Complete thread -- Never have seen it anything by premie, Billybob.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I did search but didn't find anything. nm
Complete thread -- for heven's sake, see if granulomata fits.
Complete thread -- whoops. should have been a space in there after the word granulomata -- plural of
Complete thread -- maybe granulomata
Complete thread -- granulomataplural of gran·u·lo·ma Noun: A mass of granulation tissue, typically produced i
Complete thread -- They should all be capped as it is the opposite way around.
Complete thread -- She stumbles and starts to say "on the under" and then corrects herself nm
Complete thread -- I've never seen it as premie either. And I thought the BoS says to not use preemie,
Complete thread -- needed on the inferior labia
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- That is what I thought...just double checking.
Complete thread -- BUT POINT IS, IT ought to read Tylenol with codeine as codeine is generic.
Complete thread -- correct, if you follow the guidelines for genus names not being capped if they stand
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- what is BAT short for here?
Complete thread -- I don't know, but that wasn't me, that was QL! : )
Complete thread -- preemie or premie? I'm finding both, but preemie seems preferred.
Complete thread -- if it is wrong, it is not a proper name.
Complete thread -- I found this one now too. BAT on medication is 20/300.
Complete thread -- ex 31-week premie.
Complete thread -- This is a indications for cataract surgery, which I am new to. Wanted to see if sm
Complete thread -- NM just figured out he is saying name of operation. Thanks for trying !!
Complete thread -- NM just figured out he is saying name of operation. Thanks for trying !!
Complete thread -- wait I can repost because it appears to have cut off part of my WAV here.
Complete thread -- Not before because it has the patient's name
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- wav too short to get much out of it....can you post more wav before the blank
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Cataract OS. _____ INDICATION:....
Complete thread -- I would. Even if he has it wrong it is a proper name.
Complete thread -- This was hashed out a month or so ago. Codeine by itself is
Complete thread -- My Saunders has it as Tylenol with Codeine. Why would you cap with.....
Complete thread -- I usually type those unclear "ducteds" as a__ducted.
Complete thread -- No, but I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- Would you cap this even though it is not the correct term for this society? SM
Complete thread -- That is the brand name.
Complete thread -- Google.com retrocalnalecular right optic nerve: retrocanalicular optic nerve
Complete thread -- Because he said possible, I'd go with versus.
Complete thread -- Please see inside for information. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers!
Complete thread -- My QL actually shows Tylenol With Codeine. I'm sure this was discussed B4. : )
Complete thread -- MRI brain - s/l "retro-cal-na-leak-ular" right optic nerve
Complete thread -- google salicylate level
Complete thread -- salicylate is what he means I feel sure.
Complete thread -- codeine is generic, not capped. salicylate(s)
Complete thread -- Pt with overdose with Tylenol with Codeine. Obtained *silla-sate* level, which
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will bold for dictator's attention. I work for a company that if the dictator
Complete thread -- Context is everything. I would NOT put test if it is in DIAGNOSES. I'd flag it
Complete thread -- Oops, I forgot to tell you all that it's in a list in the diagnoses: 2: Patellar grind
Complete thread -- Ty for input!
Complete thread -- Not DeBakey or Heaney, but thank you both.
Complete thread -- I would type what was clearly stated, but flag for test instead of syndrome
Complete thread -- I would flag for test instead of syndrome
Complete thread -- Dictator clearly says patellar grind syndrome. Would you give it to him or flag?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Many, many thanks!
Complete thread -- Thalians and Our Community Support
Complete thread -- Thalian(s) see link
Complete thread -- Patient was suicidal, had been in treatment at Cedars Sinai "Thalian" Center.
Complete thread -- that could be. I'll listen again! thanks!
Complete thread -- NM, have lots of blanks. Flagging and sending in and wishing
Complete thread -- No, really, it makes no sense. You can take a set of facts and use them to
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll flag.
Complete thread -- And really, express would work pretty well and be a little simpler... silly docs! :-)
Complete thread -- He'd be getting a pretty little flag from me. :-) I think he means pills, too, but IDK.
Complete thread -- Are you sure doc isn't saying extirpate?
Complete thread -- s/l extrapolate. Does that make sense? looked it up but still don't know!
Complete thread -- Doc extremely clear, but I just don't get this at all. Please SM for exact
Complete thread -- ? Any chance saying DeBakey. You don't state what procedure
Complete thread -- ? Any chance saying DeBakey. You don't state what procedure
Complete thread -- yes,
Complete thread -- ball-valving would need a hyphen
Complete thread -- Heaney retractors and pickups.
Complete thread -- ok, so I write 10 to the 6th if subscripts are not allowed?
Complete thread -- I believe that is it. thanks so much!
Complete thread -- pansensitivity
Complete thread -- 10 to the 6th - it is 10 to the 6th power.
Complete thread -- Position of sleep and *hanging 30 degree* test was stable, and he
Complete thread -- E. coli greater than "10 to the 6" ??
Complete thread -- opened with Metzenbaum scissors and s/l "heavy" pickup.
Complete thread -- conscious sedation?
Complete thread -- might be ball valving the stone
Complete thread -- Same pt. She is a candidate for "con sa dation" (ASA class III).
Complete thread -- RSR prime/rSR'
Complete thread -- Pt with epigastric pain, hx of gallstones. sm
Complete thread -- EKG findings in a 93-year-old lady with...s.m.
Complete thread -- a plant
Complete thread -- THanks!
Complete thread -- subtroch(anteric fracture?)?
Complete thread -- because he previously had a *sub troke* on that sideThe patient was taken to the oper
Complete thread -- NM, I'll flag. Note done and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Wait! I just found the three-step when googling in context of neuro. Need help with
Complete thread -- He knows who the president is. He can identify *a plan.* He can do a *three step.*
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- oops, meant to say that I am flagging this.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- and portal vein
Complete thread -- med s/l zigfosen
Complete thread -- gastro-omental?
Complete thread -- fifth disease?
Complete thread -- lobe diffuse enlargement *additional other men* portal vein and
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- clinical? acute?
Complete thread -- ulcer disease, *50 in the past*, cervical spine degenerative
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l kinko dehydration
Complete thread -- coags?
Complete thread -- s/l Coreg within normal limis
Complete thread -- ? M-Mode - not sure if appropriate to context.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ? Mersilene - double-check spelling
Complete thread -- consider s/l might be composition or brand of suture. McDonald & Shirodkar=most common epo
Complete thread -- I usually hear lumens
Complete thread -- thanks for your research. I will leave as is then, well, except for my typo. :)
Complete thread -- vein
Complete thread -- OMG!!!! (sorry, but thank you)
Complete thread -- was then pulled down and the *mess lens* stitch
Complete thread -- Beans, I find a Mayer sign (see link) associated with wrist exam
Complete thread -- THANKS !
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, there is an open mouth view. (how to find for next time? SM)
Complete thread -- Xyzal (levocetirizine)
Complete thread -- brief
Complete thread -- s/l staring events that are "brave" pls sm for context
Complete thread -- Med s/l "Ziaxel" 5 mg - just a med list so I don't have any more info...
Complete thread -- possible...see link..scan down to 2nd page yellow highlight
Complete thread -- a word has been omitted "since at least one of the limbs is not..." Limbs is okay.
Complete thread -- I will remove his Mediport since at least of the s/l "limbs" is not functioning.
Complete thread -- plse disregard OP
Complete thread -- Pt is a "twelve eight over twelve" African American female. plse sm
Complete thread -- might be triclosan ...see link...we know docs can't
Complete thread -- His varicocele is smaller, even the patient thinks so, although it is still
Complete thread -- No, doesn't say so
Complete thread -- WAG activity?
Complete thread -- nuclear? Are they looking for osteomyelitis?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- patient is a Hmong male with gouty tophus
Complete thread -- which was negative and *M door* scan was also done
Complete thread -- Sweet. TY for that one.
Complete thread -- mouth to the 2nd portion of the duodenum
Complete thread -- AxiEM
Complete thread -- unsure if i am hearing aBducted or aDducted here. which do u think would be
Complete thread -- IR = INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY IR-guided
Complete thread -- Do not do many of these types of notes. Psm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- endoscope from the mouth to the ______ portion of the duodenum
Complete thread -- s/l actavee?
Complete thread -- leukocytes (WBCs) iow
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- UA: Specific gravity 1.026. Negative *loo-kose,* ketones, blood. It's not...
Complete thread -- ? incision closed using 3-0 (doctor spells) t-r-u-s-o-l-o-n coated Vicryl sutures?
Complete thread -- I agree, just wondered if anyone had positive proof!
Complete thread -- prednisolone?
Complete thread -- Maybe a docism for something that blocks light (as in an eclipse)?
Complete thread -- Infant with asthma. sm
Complete thread -- approaches
Complete thread -- MD States he uses the "eclipser" to keep light off the pupil (cataract surgery)
Complete thread -- Presbylaryngeus means “aging voice,” and is thought to be a voice disorder that develops d
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of Axion or Axiom? Stealth guidance, also refers to Axion? stylet
Complete thread -- Thanks, I can't...don't have that option available at work! I've sear ...
Complete thread -- gives way to theta and she ____ stage II sleep
Complete thread -- Did not allow them to do any cardiac *ess-eye-squen-simes* or other imaging...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- CONTEXT??? check out presbylaryngeus,
Complete thread -- figure-of-8 harness if you have to use numbers. account preference
Complete thread -- how do you spell presbylarynges correctly? (sounds like "jus" at the end
Complete thread -- figure-of-eight harness
Complete thread -- how do i write it
Complete thread -- s/l positive bear sign (see msg)
Complete thread -- hmmm, okay.
Complete thread -- Thank you, helpers. That's good enough for me! =0)
Complete thread -- Check ziprasidone (generic of Geodon) - but seems like something else is closer to s/l
Complete thread -- Maybe ziprasidone (generic Geodon); dose fits.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho has chondromalacic and I hear that in ortho when
Complete thread -- American Heritage Medical Dictionary uses it on this word.
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted to ICU. ______ neb treatment. Intensivist Dr. X
Complete thread -- LigaSure
Complete thread -- Adjective form of malacia? Doc keeps saying "malacic" on bronchoscopy report.
Complete thread -- with the use of the *E lig a fer* sealing device
Complete thread -- correction, sorry, Stedman's says "sustained" and it doesn't say "unsustained."
Complete thread -- unsustained (listed under clonus in Stedman's Neuro)
Complete thread -- yes, wondering more if they normally would say "breath" is
Complete thread -- Med list s/l sis-praz-o-deen 80 mg nightly (pt bipolar/hemorrhoids/constipation) nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks, I'll do that.
Complete thread -- thanks for your help-I did not have that one listed in my surgical boo ...
Complete thread -- micro finger?
Complete thread -- cold-cut
Complete thread -- However, there were two areas on the posterior bladder wall which did ...
Complete thread -- can't document..... s/l unsitting clonus. ....sm
Complete thread -- sorry, basically in for pneumonia, obtunded - he is pulmonary doing physical examination.
Complete thread -- are you sure about that Protonix drip? I thought "history of"
Complete thread -- Chest is CTA bilateralLY. IF they are saying breasts = are.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I think he is saying otherwise will arrest. That seems so wrong. I put in
Complete thread -- Chest clear to auscultation bilateral. *Breasts or breath* are/is (she says "is")
Complete thread -- bowed as usual
Complete thread -- tract
Complete thread -- fistulous tract (look up definition of tract and track).
Complete thread -- have been lying in bed, *legs were bold and* usual and with left facial droop.
Complete thread -- something vital signs, frequent? vital signs, pretty sure
Complete thread -- "There remains superficial separation of roughly 2 x 3 mm, but no ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology (CVIR) (as entity) to do the procedure.
Complete thread -- was admitted to ICU _____ Protonix drip.
Complete thread -- I have no idea. Are you sure you are hearing correctly? What comes before and after?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What does CVIR stand for?
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- Diagnosis versus diagnoses.
Complete thread -- would just put: DISCHARGE DIAGNOSES: Diabetes mellitus.
Complete thread -- No. Never number 1 if there is no 2. You can do DM a and b though.
Complete thread -- Sorry, but she is mumbling too badly; would leave a blank or flag.
Complete thread -- doc dictated following: sm (should I number 1, 2 and 3 since no #2)
Complete thread -- 1:1 (it's a ratio), then was discontinued since -- will listen
Complete thread -- Period after 2.9. CBC with differential was unremarkable with
Complete thread -- Oh, I thot the s/l rhymed with the word "SAT", but you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Seen by neurologist _____ since the patient had TSH
Complete thread -- I should also add, then click on "next 50" because usually
Complete thread -- in the box called "word box" if you put endospot this is what
Complete thread -- agitation, abnormal chest x-ray, rule out pneumonia, and acute renal failure
Complete thread -- abnormal chest x-ray. Rule out pneumonia.
Complete thread -- NYHA (New York Heart Association) (really for congestive heart failure )
Complete thread -- presents with agitation, _____pneumonia, and acute renal failure
Complete thread -- Pt with pulmonary htn and s/l why chick class IV dyspnea. TIA
Complete thread -- Sorry to call out all the mindreaders. :D I didn't do a good job of asking.
Complete thread -- I am looking for a product which stains. I didn't find a definitive SM
Complete thread -- found it, SCT angiogram
Complete thread -- Wonder if saying "stat angiogram" since it was during a chest pain episode
Complete thread -- listen for a CT angiogram.
Complete thread -- s/l SAT angiogram - not finding much info
Complete thread -- "Always post context and full surrounding text.
Complete thread -- i'm not sure
Complete thread -- As LiliK indicates, Becky, there is an EndoSpot light source, but if
Complete thread -- ? do they mean a combination of macrophages/monocytes/PMNs?
Complete thread -- Is it possible for you to post the text before your s/l?
Complete thread -- In this case, archives was no help. What you looked at only
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what you're asking specifically--EndoSpot as in light source? See link.
Complete thread -- s/l alamazer's defect of ovary
Complete thread -- *macrophage/monocyte MNM.* did i transcribe correctly? Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l Alamazer's defect of the ovary
Complete thread -- Question: How do I "see archives for complete info" as it says when I
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes, one of the differential diagnosis might be a lab error reading and the patient may no
Complete thread -- MDS, hypothyroidism, *lab error*, and spurious macrocytosis.
Complete thread -- Thank you both - I'll listen for those.
Complete thread -- could U B hearing Breslow's tumor...see link ?? but just a suggestion
Complete thread -- lung?
Complete thread -- thank you...n yup that's how he said it
Complete thread -- got it, phosphodiesterase inhibitors
Complete thread -- s/l low's tumor - sm
Complete thread -- with an out-to-in suture to . ... You sure they are not saying up earlier
Complete thread -- been in the archives for a long, long time.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks. I could not get entire world out of my head.
Complete thread -- usually hear motor latency...nerve conduction velocity..see link
Complete thread -- yes, it is
Complete thread -- He is not taking any s/l phosphadized ACE inhibitors.
Complete thread -- could it be lacunar CVA ?
Complete thread -- good question for archives.
Complete thread -- PMH - s/l la tuner
Complete thread -- Nope. takotsubo is Japanese for octopus pot.
Complete thread -- penicillin V potassium = Pen-Vee K (Wyeth-Ayerst brand name - is no longer with us) SM - D
Complete thread -- I mean entry wound
Complete thread -- enter wound?
Complete thread -- they match the s/l but do they match the surgery?
Complete thread -- where a small *entire world* was visualized under
Complete thread -- should I cap *takotsubo* cardiomyopathy? T or t?
Complete thread -- what does it sound like
Complete thread -- ostium pylori
Complete thread -- thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- gull-wing
Complete thread -- Pen-Vee K
Complete thread -- A: 1. UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION 2. TONSILLITIS P: Vistaril 2 ...
Complete thread -- hand x-rays, s/l going deformity
Complete thread -- I went with this.
Complete thread -- I would not think so in this case. If they said the New Jersey Plastic Surgery Program
Complete thread -- I still can't hear clearly and you could be right too.
Complete thread -- interrelated - I would go with that.
Complete thread -- induced?
Complete thread -- thanks so much. Just could not get that sound loud enough with my headphones
Complete thread -- large guess stomach, pylorus?
Complete thread -- on his heart, and in view of his tachycardia and now with positive troponins, we were
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- pylorus?
Complete thread -- Thanks - 37 is correct as I have the DOB but dictated wrong
Complete thread -- 38-year-old male Hispanic
Complete thread -- area of the *stoma pylori* to the gallbladder.
Complete thread -- This is a 37-year-old male _____ from home came to Mercy ER complaining of
Complete thread -- Intrarelated? He has a very good feel for systems utilization and how to manage
Complete thread -- Should plastic surgery be capitalized?
Complete thread -- then also the *pirate* from the gallbladder wall.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- yes - lactated Ringer's solution
Complete thread -- on ORIF for IV fluids says 1,500 cc of S/L LR?
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- choose a reliable source and you will have correct answer. Also, Google usually will say
Complete thread -- Either way, I have never ever and can't even conceive of gastrogaffin.
Complete thread -- not only the two Fs, but no "r" as in gastrogaffin sm
Complete thread -- Gastrografin. I have never seen it with 2 ffs
Complete thread -- which is correct gastrogaffin or
Complete thread -- pls help with drug
Complete thread -- That is a good guess. The initial consonant sounds like an "m" to me, but I'll listen
Complete thread -- a hip/leg supporter? some kind of leg supporter?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- acute pain there, which he describes...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "mihp-leck" supporter (mihp rhymes with "rip")
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- degenerative-appearing.
Complete thread -- nabumetone?
Complete thread -- truncated degenerative ______ change at the anterior horn
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- CRP
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- were films sent from somewhere else? S/L he says "Open mouth was provided." (i.e., open
Complete thread -- The scope was introduced into the terminal ....
Complete thread -- film limiting the evaluation. ______ normal.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks nm.
Complete thread -- med s/l benutone
Complete thread -- A sterile ???? was donned . . . . ??
Complete thread -- reclining?
Complete thread -- Tp thinks that when she is s/l relating, that is the time she gets palpitations.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- I listened again and left it in- it sounds like she means it to be transcribed...
Complete thread -- Status post carpal tunnel release
Complete thread -- Cardiovascular S1, S1 ____mitral area
Complete thread -- see link for one citation (really hard one to google w/o getting lots of
Complete thread -- Allergies: She does not recall any of her medicines. We have to get them from Dr. F.
Complete thread -- maybe just meant generic "night block"? (we all know how docs spell)
Complete thread -- Clinical Impression: Vertigo dash vestibular dysfunction, improving
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- yeah, better to be safe than be sorry
Complete thread -- _____ vestibular dysfunction
Complete thread -- She reports that, ever since then, her right shoulder pops out....
Complete thread -- blank help please WAV sent!!
Complete thread -- Did you listen to the wav you posted, lol?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I ended up just leaving a blank since he was pretty clear, but
Complete thread -- check out Donnatal - for treatment of peptic ulcer disease, irritable bowel, sm
Complete thread -- yes, mIU (milli-international units)
Complete thread -- s/l demotol p.rn. i imagine for pain it is to take 1 p.r.n.
Complete thread -- maybe - NeonBrite™ announces the Custom Comfort NiteGard® (check this out)
Complete thread -- all I can find is night guard (Doctor's® NightGuard™ Advanced Comfort™)
Complete thread -- "Her followup titer had fallen to 7.9 and then was just a few ____ ...
Complete thread -- the patient is to return in two to three months for hemoglobin A1c, lipid profile and
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of a Nite block? Doc spelled it and ...
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- to doc.. you may have said what you think you said, but what you think you said is NOT
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Amerigroup of Texas?
Complete thread -- There is radiator-based heat
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Yeah, I can see where that would be hard to find.
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- agree with this one; more likely it is this "a.c. b" for before breakfast
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- So you're saying the OP is a bald-faced liar? How rude!
Complete thread -- symptoms not breaking through the medication?
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- Flagged. If QA fills in the blank I'll post what they put.
Complete thread -- It is clear as can be. I have a company computer and they have
Complete thread -- Love the way "non" is just hanging out there not attached to anything.
Complete thread -- Uh, I think Vicki was just joking about those chairs, lol.
Complete thread -- You may have heard what you think you heard, but what you think you heard was not what was
Complete thread -- Yep, I'd say she is saying it incorrectly.
Complete thread -- I know, but as I stated she isn't saying Nu, she is saying true.
Complete thread -- SURGICEL® NU-KNIT® Absorbable Hemostat | ETHICON 360Find clinical information on Surgicel
Complete thread -- Surgicel *true knit* was then packed into the cone bed.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- thought that too but definitely starts w/ "s" and is a very short word but thanks for
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- trademark specimen shows "Lik-m-aid" if you want to be fussy.
Complete thread -- not very close to your s/l, but Trendelenburg test - for hip pathology
Complete thread -- any takers for help?
Complete thread -- Lik-M-Aid.
Complete thread -- "Dippin' Dots are tiny beads of ice cream, yogurt, sherbet and flavored ice"
Complete thread -- ortho help pls. s/l stalberg test?
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Seeker needle ensured there was no "constibution" of bowel wall between skin
Complete thread -- oh well, it doesn't cause a life and death problem by capping, so...
Complete thread -- i've even been told to cap "we will see him in the New Year".
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that, thanks.
Complete thread -- I'm with you. That'd drive me bonkers! UGHHHH. Some one who has no CLUE made that
Complete thread -- it's three entire hospitals worth of doctors! i don't know who made up the rules.
Complete thread -- you sure wouldn't cap skier's
Complete thread -- OH wow. I guess more people need to tell him how stupid that makes them look!
Complete thread -- I agree and it annoys me to no end. I even have to cap "Calcium".
Complete thread -- They're crazy then.
Complete thread -- thanks for all the attempts here but he is definitely saying ...
Complete thread -- I know, but on this account, they insist I capitalize "Insulin" and anything else druggish
Complete thread -- could it be a.c. (before) breakfast? Don't know if that abbr. can be verified.
Complete thread -- insulin is not capped
Complete thread -- I always hear at a.c. and h.s.
Complete thread -- trying this...
Complete thread -- that's how I'd do it
Complete thread -- Lantus Insulin SC "ACV" or "ACB"?
Complete thread -- comma help
Complete thread -- I believe that's it! Thank you.
Complete thread -- are absolutely no signs of virilization
Complete thread -- Maybe it's virilization?
Complete thread -- honeydew or water!
Complete thread -- ICP waves??
Complete thread -- s/l "veer-i-di-zation"
Complete thread -- An MT here used to sell banana chairs.
Complete thread -- Does it have a banana seat?
Complete thread -- oops, but spelled it, not with. I'm going on hour 15 today.
Complete thread -- arthroscopy portal or the Gillquist maneuver, may improve visualization of the ...
Complete thread -- TY. I did check archives with spelled it with 1 L and nothing came
Complete thread -- found this but have not checked
Complete thread -- The *Gilquist* portal was used.
Complete thread -- s/l high ops?
Complete thread -- the s/l "eye sistic" waves were stable during the entire procedure.
Complete thread -- think since is simply continuing thought here so 2nd wayhmm
Complete thread -- lol! would that be a green bike?
Complete thread -- application of s/l "you-calin" at the peak of the nasal septal flap
Complete thread -- Anyone own one of these. ISR put the patient had a melon bike accident.
Complete thread -- onexavar--the "n" ran together
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sorry, left the site, I don't stick around long. It is about 95% down the list
Complete thread -- could be...see link regard how it is "wrapped like a cigar to pass through"
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your help!
Complete thread -- at the beginning, "it" should be "that" . . . could blank be
Complete thread -- thank you thank you
Complete thread -- where is the "dislike" button?
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- The foot was delivered to the sterile surgical field.
Complete thread -- I vote for #1.
Complete thread -- Also, in case not a typo, s/b curved sucker
Complete thread -- ACL surgery: 8-mm acorn and 10-mm "cigar" were used for tunnels.
Complete thread -- Thank you for all your help!
Complete thread -- Is she giving you punctuation? Some docs say "stop" meaning "period." But
Complete thread -- opinion needed. Not sure where one sentence ends and one begins. sm please
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- stopped? Not sure what your ? is here? comma after apparently
Complete thread -- Think fill is ok, but down in last sentence, should be dehiscence (singular) w/o s.
Complete thread -- Can you post the link?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- This is where he sounds like he says Tru-Cut
Complete thread -- That's a great link!
Complete thread -- I see both through-cut and Tru-cut for Blakesley forceps...?
Complete thread -- Oh! I think it may be Adult backbiter !
Complete thread -- Tru-Cut forceps. sm
Complete thread -- Didn't know what it was, but knew Xeloda was NOT it. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- oops link
Complete thread -- For instance here is a Blakesley Straight Thru-Cut forceps using
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- There is a Tru-Cut biopsy needle, but no Tru-Cut forceps.
Complete thread -- I'm finding ...straight through-cutting (and through-cut) endoscopic backbiter ...see
Complete thread -- There is "fill" tissue - this is really clear but I wanted to get another opinion sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- Sinus surgery --- difference in through cut and tru-cut
Complete thread -- tumor node metastasis (TNM) staging system. Tumor is first, node is second, mets third
Complete thread -- How do you know when it is N0 or M0? Is there a way to tell sm
Complete thread -- Not to mention "driving skills impared"! How many drinks before you can't proofread? LOL.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Johnson and Johnson Adaptic
Complete thread -- Adapt
Complete thread -- What do you mean "it could be anything"? It would be 200-something
Complete thread -- I believe that was it. Thanks so much for the link too...
Complete thread -- s/l with a-dap - sm
Complete thread -- Ah shucks. And I thought I had it.
Complete thread -- Letairis
Complete thread -- Try Letaris see link
Complete thread -- Look at the first hit on the link I gave you and it shows
Complete thread -- Yes, just coming to post. First time she didn't pronounce it
Complete thread -- She will take Revatio 40 mg. We may try to get her *Lotara*. (Patient has pulmonary
Complete thread -- Finding Nexavar in chemo regimen for HCC. ??
Complete thread -- I know how to pronounce Xeloda, but she isn't saying that. She struggles
Complete thread -- thanks. It just hit me that it didn't look right!
Complete thread -- BTW most pronounce it zel-oh-dah, but I could see where he
Complete thread -- forgot to include link..here it is
Complete thread -- see if you can make Xeloda out of his mispronunciation
Complete thread -- hepatocellular carcinoma, currently on *X O bar* chemotherapy.
Complete thread -- Will listen for that....thanks!
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks so much to all of you!!
Complete thread -- affect is correct if your sentence is correct. If, for instance
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I love the part that says "what do these numbers meen?
Complete thread -- they can give the numbers in whole hundreds. Mine do it all the time. They simply
Complete thread -- And for your specific context 200-something is what I would give him subject
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Plastazote - a nitrogen- charged cross linked polyethylene foam that has increased tear st
Complete thread -- They call it "200" but I believe they mean 0.200 which would
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. I think I'm gonna blank it as it could be anything considering the guy is ESL.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Equip has Plastazote but no reference to a wrist
Complete thread -- I would put 200-something, but that may just be me
Complete thread -- There are no stupid questions, just stupid people.
Complete thread -- They affect mainly the left side under the rib cage (doubting affect here) Is it
Complete thread -- Type of brace help
Complete thread -- His alcohol level was "200 something per the ER". Now that cant be right,
Complete thread -- I'm not familiar with false eyes but ? if saying Cosopt.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- see inside for more info
Complete thread -- get rid of the comma after born
Complete thread -- He lost his eye to glaucoma, wears a false one now, uses *xopt* in the socket.
Complete thread -- can you provide more context (whole sentence etc)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- GDM (gestational diabetes mellitus)
Complete thread -- Found a reference at Wheeless' Ortho site. I'm going with
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- she had an L5-S1 **LOE**? MD spells letters.
Complete thread -- antebrachial nerve for the first s/l ?
Complete thread -- a tunnel-view from behind the knee at a 45 degree angle
Complete thread -- maybe the median, lateral and subcutaneous nerve
Complete thread -- I hit the enter button before I was finished...see above..thanks
Complete thread -- I'll post a response on Restofus since this is the Word Board.
Complete thread -- sorry, typo in semicolon (g) and have you a s/l?
Complete thread -- sorry, see new message above
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- No semicolong after lateral-distal, just a comma is all that's necessary
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- biceps rupture surgery. s/l endobrachial nerve and medial & lat cutinion nerves
Complete thread -- cross-sectional area
Complete thread -- s/l cross ertional areas-sm
Complete thread -- Using a curvilinear incision extending medial-proximal to lateral-dist ...
Complete thread -- yep, seeing it twice got to me too.
Complete thread -- sorry about the below post, pls ignore. I have no itention to offend anyone
Complete thread -- I think he is trying to say animatedly
Complete thread -- animatedly?
Complete thread -- once is typo; twice is ignorance?; (thrice is negligence) and I thought I had a smiley :-)
Complete thread -- She is able to speak quite *anametically*
Complete thread -- it has been a really long day
Complete thread -- wow, thanks...I "really" needed to be corrected on that one (??)
Complete thread -- maybe anterior axis instead of hair SAX??
Complete thread -- you meant 'hear' :-)
Complete thread -- ok.. good to learn something new; all I found was Skier's thumb sm
Complete thread -- having a total knee replacment! lol
Complete thread -- X-ray tech? Don't they make obscene amounts of money? What made you decide to live like
Complete thread -- sounds like a tunnel view to me, only weight bearing!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- typo...while the patient has his legs bent
Complete thread -- Actually, I started out life as an Xray Tech and my
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I agree, but I hear the doc pretty clearly. Not that docs are always correct, but...
Complete thread -- wedge biopsy? brush biopsy?
Complete thread -- but I doubt these few can be considered as documentation
Complete thread -- Yes. See link, scan down to red highlight for explanation
Complete thread -- There it is, thanks. I got nothing when I searched without the quotes
Complete thread -- No, orthopedist. Maybe I should type with quotation marks
Complete thread -- just wanted to make sure
Complete thread -- she said "I cannot here prednisolone"
Complete thread -- thanks for the replies, will go an listen again.
Complete thread -- sorry, I see now you already had the answer
Complete thread -- "uhhh... prednisolone" maybe?
Complete thread -- chronic inflammation with *organization*
Complete thread -- "In more subtle cases, the location of the arthritis within the knee dictates that the kne
Complete thread -- On x-ray of heel, "hair" SAX field of views revealed hardware.
Complete thread -- see link..it apparently is a PA weightbearing with leg in 45 degrees flexion
Complete thread -- just curious, is the doctor a rheumatologist?
Complete thread -- med s/l abra-nisolone (dash is where the doc paused) Very Russian doc
Complete thread -- if that is what was said I would.
Complete thread -- Hey, thanks! Would you type skier's then?
Complete thread -- check out schuss, also known as skiers view
Complete thread -- Found a site that lists plantar axial as a "ski jump" view. Wonder if he's being creative
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not even close, but thx
Complete thread -- The sky line or sunrise would be for the patella
Complete thread -- Definitely not skyline, doc doesn't hesitate or stammer at all. May have to flag
Complete thread -- weight bearing view
Complete thread -- doctor misspoke skyline view? I would flag it
Complete thread -- heard of sky- line views
Complete thread -- Don't get upset at stupid questions, just stupid people.
Complete thread -- No, not overload, thanks though.
Complete thread -- Knee x-rays: s/l "skier's" view?
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Can't hear that, but thanks.
Complete thread -- not if you provide ample context ;-) already searched it in google, archives, etc
Complete thread -- desaturations resolved, perhaps?
Complete thread -- easily distractible maybe
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- I was afraid to ask! Some here get upset at 'stupid questions'
Complete thread -- "does fracture pole"=distractible?
Complete thread -- saturations? respirations?
Complete thread -- WAG... with overload of oxycodone?
Complete thread -- you are better off; when I was a newbie, I had to ask what OP meant :-) LOL
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Chronic pain. s/l "Wheeze load" of oxycodone.
Complete thread -- wheezing disappeared and her s/l "sra-sa-rot" resolved dramatically
Complete thread -- WAG... does not track well? (like not able to follow conversation)
Complete thread -- hehe...I had to go to acronymfinder.com to find out what WAG meant!
Complete thread -- easily confused at times and does s/l "fracture pole."
Complete thread -- WAG-intracranial neoplasms?
Complete thread -- some type of glioma? astrocytoma?
Complete thread -- brain MRI word help - sm
Complete thread -- nurse anesthetist
Complete thread -- Ah.........Anesthetists
Complete thread -- key words being "if you know how to use it". The OP obviously
Complete thread -- Pt is attending the nurse s/l a-next-ti-sis program.
Complete thread -- did you read the context?
Complete thread -- two people gave you answers early, if you didn't like them,
Complete thread -- still makes no sense.
Complete thread -- All self words are hyphenated. They are not considered compound modifiers.
Complete thread -- That certainly makes sense, IF it is what the OP is talking about.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Who isn't examining? Can you give surrounding text, where in report, something for a clue?
Complete thread -- he is not examining mylopathically
Complete thread -- The website I found looks totally inane. Sorry. Would go with this one
Complete thread -- No hyphen unless there's a subject after. Talk about 5th grade. .
Complete thread -- This site shows "Mother House has been available for pregnant women in need since June of
Complete thread -- http://motherhouse.us/ For whatever reason, having got on the web page name
Complete thread -- self-righteousness
Complete thread -- says: Not Found, Error 404 The page you are looking for no longer exists.
Complete thread -- LOL - I know, that is what I always think when I see it.
Complete thread -- Here we go. Lucy's 5-cent psych booth. devalued.
Complete thread -- This is all covered in the archives about a hundred times, if you're so concerned
Complete thread -- I suggest you take three Prozac and perhaps a big glass of wine too. If people bother you
Complete thread -- Chill. Wouldn't want you to stroke out with all that self righteousness
Complete thread -- WHAT is if it is and what do the accounts have to do with it??
Complete thread -- On the website, it shows 1 word. http://motherhouse.us/
Complete thread -- Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR)
Complete thread -- Oy vay. I'm not sad, not even poco sad. I'm a happy muchacha!
Complete thread -- I'm sure that true Hispanics will be DELIGHTED to hear you do not represent
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of MTHRFR?
Complete thread -- And maybe you could learn how to do your job properly and respectfully.
Complete thread -- Oh! I love smiley faces mucho gusto.
Complete thread -- I think this afternoon has been beamed up to the mother ship!
Complete thread -- Yes it is so sad, I suggest you take an extra Prozac to help you with those tears you cry.
Complete thread -- MW shows as one word. Look it up to see if that's the word you want.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure that oy vey (vay??) isn't "Hispanic" either.
Complete thread -- Motherload? Motherboard? WTH are you talking bout? Her mother's house?
Complete thread -- I personally add smiley faces to everything just to piss people like you off
Complete thread -- Is there ANY context??????????
Complete thread -- It is really sad that
Complete thread -- Mother house, Motherhouse? Not sure which one is correct.
Complete thread -- Your shtick is getting tiresome.
Complete thread -- Are you older than a 5th grader. Seriously?
Complete thread -- GNC melatonin ?
Complete thread -- Speaking of meltdowns. . . when do I get mine?
Complete thread -- Sheesh. Don't you have a BoS or something. It is if it is dictated and the accounts
Complete thread -- never mind, I found GNC.
Complete thread -- the name of the disease is Crohn not Crohns, so would be Crohn's
Complete thread -- Or G & C meltdown?
Complete thread -- You need to check your son's credit as it s/l someone is using his SS#.
Complete thread -- In med list, what's GNC meltdown? PMH just says "See [date]."
Complete thread -- Oh, so now we're putting apostrophes in everything again?? Oy vay.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Well excuse the heck out of me, seniorita.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Tylenol with codeine. Crohn's.
Complete thread -- It causes constipation and is given for diarrhea. That is why there are so many stool
Complete thread -- oh I see, thank you again.
Complete thread -- It is like a palpable blood pressure - when they say xx over palp.
Complete thread -- Codeine is used to treat symptoms of abdominal pain in IBS. It is also used to treat diarr
Complete thread -- She uses Tylenol codeine pain or diarrhea. Codeine for diarrhea? Please to explain.
Complete thread -- yes, she already gave the pulse, I didn't know with a dopper just systolic given thx!
Complete thread -- Yup. Hear that sometimes.
Complete thread -- If this is, in fact BP, not pulse, yes - it is being done by Doppler, not cuff.
Complete thread -- 1-1/2 month old. "BP 84 in the right arm by Doppler technique" ok with no diastolic?
Complete thread -- This guy's using long I sound for ileum and ileocecal. Just about had me reaching for
Complete thread -- the PA makes up her own words/phrases
Complete thread -- effusion
Complete thread -- going with Medilexicon, CBGD,Cortical-basal ganglionic degeneration
Complete thread -- almost sounds like "no injury was noted..."
Complete thread -- High risk CT & s/l "healer"... may be helical CT? sm
Complete thread -- check cortico-basal ganglionic
Complete thread -- cortical basal ganglionic degeneration (CBGD) ?
Complete thread -- looks backaszwards cortical and basal ganglia involvement. ?
Complete thread -- can you give us a S/L?
Complete thread -- what does it s/l
Complete thread -- doc is saying this, but not finding this combination
Complete thread -- knee injection sm
Complete thread -- Google is a fantastic resource if you know how to use it.
Complete thread -- I just told the poster above thanks for catching it.
Complete thread -- It's not mandatory in a list, but I myself prefer it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- First day on the job? Good luck to you. It gets easier
Complete thread -- It is not all caps in my drug book. Great resources those things are
Complete thread -- that was gonna be my guess too
Complete thread -- 3.2 is not hyper...check your reference ranges. please
Complete thread -- I think she is saying at admit mild ..... she keeps saying at admit on other labs.
Complete thread -- Yes thanks.
Complete thread -- uh, you're welcome. (rolling eyes)
Complete thread -- that sentence makes no sense. The patient is not examining????? odd
Complete thread -- exhibiting myelopathy?
Complete thread -- Marketing simply puts many names/ key words in all caps so it sticks out to
Complete thread -- agree. dictated "high-res CT" - typed high-resolution CT
Complete thread -- I think she fell asleep and woke up dicating labs :)
Complete thread -- yes!!!!! thank you
Complete thread -- she is really not examining "mylopathically"
Complete thread -- oops..
Complete thread -- I do not know what she is saying between 2010 and mild but hypo would be
Complete thread -- and V6
Complete thread -- and postural training?
Complete thread -- Effusion on chest film on August 23, 2010. Mild hyperkalemia with
Complete thread -- believe that helper was just pointing out that google showed ® by that
Complete thread -- ESL dr., s/l "postah trainings" plse sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Did not know that.
Complete thread -- good thought, thank you.
Complete thread -- When you see it all capped, it shows it is a brand name and has initial cap
Complete thread -- I don't believe that is high risk CT, more likely high resolution CT.
Complete thread -- see below
Complete thread -- RUMI....check KOH/Koh....flush with the vagina
Complete thread -- Attempt was then made to place the *roomy coe* wit an appropriate
Complete thread -- Is it FLOVENT or Flovent? I am seeing it both ways. Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you so much h c l o k c!
Complete thread -- do I use 3 or III with leads in ECG results? see mss and thank you
Complete thread -- wonder if doc meant calcium citrate and vitamin C?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- yes on comma... ASR leaves a lot of things out. :-)
Complete thread -- inhaler
Complete thread -- s/l vitamin C citrate, pls sm
Complete thread -- Thank you - that's it.
Complete thread -- Help please blank s/l "healer"... not sure sm
Complete thread -- The comma after rubs is correct right? For some reason ASR always leaves these types
Complete thread -- Much obliged!
Complete thread -- No idea. He doesn't mention it anywhere else. It's only in physical exam.
Complete thread -- No, I would go with descending then, meaning the liver is enlarging
Complete thread -- might be meaning liver edge is descended below costal margin?
Complete thread -- then a large blank
Complete thread -- LOL Thanks!
Complete thread -- Nope. Definitely ends with "ing". Would distending make sense?
Complete thread -- and starch
Complete thread -- distended?
Complete thread -- distended might fit better...listen again
Complete thread -- yes, it makes sense in that context...at first I thought they might have dropped it :)
Complete thread -- If that is what she said, I'd go with it. It is her description (docism) and honestly, if
Complete thread -- As in descending the stairs in a processional? We need context.
Complete thread -- Treatment as noted above. Lose weight, watch salt ____
Complete thread -- It's in physical exam-Abdomen: Positive bowel signs, soft, non-tender, descending liver.
Complete thread -- Does descending liver make sense?
Complete thread -- s/l "marty" translation device
Complete thread -- please help with wav. treatment/plan... lose weight
Complete thread -- (Nintendo) Wii
Complete thread -- Wii
Complete thread -- she was using the "wee" and she ended up somehow falling
Complete thread -- troponin leak?
Complete thread -- I don't think either are correct. Rise maybe, tropinin rise or increase.
Complete thread -- not my area, but I found comet tail SM
Complete thread -- Oh, thank you!
Complete thread -- comet-tail
Complete thread -- Speech recog. note. s/l late or light
Complete thread -- This is so bizarre! This doctor puts each patient's SSN number as their MRN. He just
Complete thread -- here is a reference
Complete thread -- esl doc, sm
Complete thread -- I did listen for meniscal, but she does not say that--she says meniscoid, but I could not
Complete thread -- meniscoid works
Complete thread -- I'd listen for meniscal cyst.
Complete thread -- dietary indiscretions (means they ate something they should not have)
Complete thread -- diabetic with some dietarian s/l discretions
Complete thread -- Pt being seen for knee pain. Order an MRI to rule out any type of s/l meniscoid cyst
Complete thread -- Bigliani/Flatow ..I googled Zimmer shoulder..see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- patient was taken to IR... interventional radiology
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- showed a hematoma, *taken I R* and was embolized branch
Complete thread -- historically?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- He did have shingles in the left eye _____
Complete thread -- appears to me that he is stuttering over maybe 676(,000)> I'd flag, unless
Complete thread -- appears to me that he is stuttering over maybe 676(,000)> I'd flag, unless
Complete thread -- I hear: along with food ____ nature of the constipation
Complete thread -- gauge?
Complete thread -- proper airway?
Complete thread -- Did you research platelet levels to see what normal levels are?
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- No _____ or constipation.
Complete thread -- I'd think so. I'm assuming no other med for rosacea was dictated?
Complete thread -- Yes, and I think he must mean Oracea. He probably just mispronounced/misspelled it, right?
Complete thread -- platelets of *6 6 76*
Complete thread -- does pt have rosacea?
Complete thread -- advil or naprosyn along with food ___ constipation +wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- rib belt
Complete thread -- does to me...
Complete thread -- Med help. On med list, doc dictates Orace and spells it. I can't find it anywhere.
Complete thread -- rib fracture treamtent s/l rib dell
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ins and outs are .. and I'd use input/output or inputs/outputs.
Complete thread -- yes, sounded like via ria spin haler
Complete thread -- No explanations necessary. Your posts are quite self-explanatory.
Complete thread -- The exact______ are not documented at this
Complete thread -- Spinhaler®
Complete thread -- To explain myself, I was thinking maybe he was just giving the short form of Gullian-Barre
Complete thread -- did you look up spiriva inhaler? I don't understand how you have this posted
Complete thread -- s/l ria spin haler
Complete thread -- prostate, osteoporosis, and type 2 *stress* diabetes aggravated by steroids
Complete thread -- just wondering if candidacy makes sense in last sentence.
Complete thread -- He was properly identified. *proper laterally* was established.
Complete thread -- s/l belany flato zimmer shoulder
Complete thread -- Idiopathic unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia (Gilbert's syndrome)
Complete thread -- ... Guillain-Barré is pronounced as (say "ghee-YAN bah-RAY") for future reference.
Complete thread -- yes, sounds like Mitch on vent...
Complete thread -- Gilbert's
Complete thread -- I can pick up an "M" sound at the beginning of the word....
Complete thread -- He does have s/l Gill Bears disease. Guillian Barre?
Complete thread -- Thanks. He has a slight pause/lilt up after resected, so I think he's ending
Complete thread -- Can hear segment in there but will have to flag one part. What I can now hear...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone... It was very clear and not verbatim account so will go with it.
Complete thread -- Darn. could you give us more to hear,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not my favorite, but many citations off Google are ones you could easily
Complete thread -- She is _____ on ventilator
Complete thread -- a bottle of "s/l con-voil" (please help. Thank you)
Complete thread -- I think it depends on your account. On my account, if it makes sense, made up word or not
Complete thread -- many thanks!
Complete thread -- I would. It is proper use of combining form.
Complete thread -- stranded PDS suture *zeros*
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'd go with what he dictated since they are the same thing.
Complete thread -- tachycardia, vasculitis?
Complete thread -- would you use thrombopulmonary emboli. Not many reputable sites include this word.
Complete thread -- tacy *gasses of* vasculitis
Complete thread -- and this segment, an abdominally resected segment, contained a polyp.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both for suggestions! Will go back now and listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- Well they COULD half the 2.5 tablet and add it to a 2.5 tablet that = 3.75.
Complete thread -- Thanks! So would you put it the way he said it or change it to ER?
Complete thread -- "Extended release and controlled release, often designated in a medication name as XR, ER,
Complete thread -- and this segment was an abdominally resected segment, contained a polyp.
Complete thread -- Will continue to adequately suction, "groid" bronchodilation, chest PT and weaning as
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Norvasc *3.75* mg, aspirin 81 mg, Plavix 75 mg
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as Mirapex CR? This doctor just dictated it on a med list and I
Complete thread -- and, the resected segment contained a polyp?
Complete thread -- ESL is listing past history of pt who is being seen in hematology clinic.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "its" temporal sequence
Complete thread -- MR mitral regurgitation ? also AR aortic regurgitation. Might be trying to say both?
Complete thread -- previous gouty arthritis
Complete thread -- and p53 deletion.
Complete thread -- wish i could go back and listen but thanks for your input
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- review of medical records reveals the patient has trace __s/l mar
Complete thread -- I don't hear any audio. what is your s/l? There is a 13q deletion? 13q14?
Complete thread -- according to resources. Speaking of a stalker?
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- according to
Complete thread -- No. they do that to emphasize which is being noted. abduction and adduction.
Complete thread -- Why wouldn't you if that is how it is supposed to be done.
Complete thread -- ab and adduction -
Complete thread -- X-rays of the shoulder demonstrates left shoulder osteoarthritis s/l "concentrum"
Complete thread -- well, the poster should anyway, I personally did not
Complete thread -- high-dose is a compound modifier preceding the noun. you should absolutely
Complete thread -- ty both
Complete thread -- I'd just hyphenate high-dose. many say you don't need hyphens in qualifiers
Complete thread -- maybe moderate to high-dose, but I personally would place none.
Complete thread -- too many hyphens in this sentence
Complete thread -- there is a fibrin sealant called Evicel...see link
Complete thread -- according to Onelook, just as you have it.
Complete thread -- pregabalin
Complete thread -- feeling foggy and spacey most of times (how do you spell spacey?
Complete thread -- What was it?
Complete thread -- He takes no medications but does know about *pregavilan* and duloxetine
Complete thread -- He says is pretty clearly several times. Thanks for trying, guess I'll
Complete thread -- I find this - Fibracol - see link
Complete thread -- could U B hearing extracellular...?...see link
Complete thread -- I worked for a plstic surgeon who used Evolence for wrinkles
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- I was out for a while.. thanks for the Magna Ease and link
Complete thread -- I was out for a while.. thanks for the Magna Ease and link
Complete thread -- This article indicates that atrophy can be a result, rather
Complete thread -- *Eversol* collagen matrix placed on wound after amputation and skin graft?
Complete thread -- Nurolon
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, Darlene! I appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- ?enterocutaneous fistulas?
Complete thread -- I believe they are two different things - atrophic pancreas and sm
Complete thread -- Perforated diverticulitis w/ surgery resulting in multiple "antro" cutaneous fistulas
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nevermind found it
Complete thread -- s/l Lifefast
Complete thread -- ebsteinoid (drop capital E) same as Parkinson but parkinsonian
Complete thread -- I think it is this dicator's term for surgery makes sense (instrumentation) sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, he is saying Ebsteinoid
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'll check that out.
Complete thread -- s/l apstenoid looks like some variation on the word Ebstein (anomaly)
Complete thread -- cardiology question. TY
Complete thread -- There is an Ebstein's malformation of the tricuspid valve so
Complete thread -- vomer
Complete thread -- Two parasagittal osteotomies were created from the posterior aspect
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- He's very clear. I'm still listening and searching.
Complete thread -- stenotic?
Complete thread -- WAG really. something stenosed?
Complete thread -- Can only think of Fragmin.
Complete thread -- I believe you want just atrophic pancreas...as the
Complete thread -- s/l apstenoid tricuspid valve
Complete thread -- forgot to give you the link...here it is
Complete thread -- wouldn't the 2 pancreas things be the same thing? She doesn't stumble so not sure if
Complete thread -- I believe you want the Magna Ease tissue valve
Complete thread -- They have recommended "s/l neu-ro" dressings as well as Keflex. (Please help)
Complete thread -- 51-year-old male patient
Complete thread -- I really appreciate your help!! You guys are the best!!!
Complete thread -- nothing to add, but thanks for the laugh this morning! :o)
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing mucoperiosteal (European)?
Complete thread -- enterococci?
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you LiliK!!
Complete thread -- See if you can hear Enterococcus.
Complete thread -- UTI. resistant organism before, I believe s/l inercoccyis
Complete thread -- It's Molt 9 (again, google); unsure if your European is correct.
Complete thread -- Still searching, I did find Woodson and Freer, thanks person above for that help.
Complete thread -- Lou Gehrig
Complete thread -- I think this is a Woodson elevator--google for lots of sites.
Complete thread -- Also, s/l woods-in-it-furior elevators. Please share internet site where found. ty
Complete thread -- Maxillofacial surgery question.
Complete thread -- superadded
Complete thread -- never mind. Going to QA
Complete thread -- something alpha thalassemia
Complete thread -- yes it is very clear. This MD makes my head spin
Complete thread -- He must be correcting something that someone did say the doctor said.
Complete thread -- Maybe the pt. said to this doctor that another doc said it? Is it clear?
Complete thread -- Having a senior moment. s/l "super added"
Complete thread -- usually have pulmonary toilet.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- MD dictates this. He is quoting another MD. This makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- Placement of tracheostomy to facilitate ventilator ease and s/l oto toilet?
Complete thread -- s/l dorsorus
Complete thread -- I follow the rules in the books s/m
Complete thread -- It is hard to tell about the leg, but the arm... Comma after 4/5?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- I think I've typed it all now
Complete thread -- try with "pelleg" in the above box
Complete thread -- Pellegrini. Found it.
Complete thread -- Trying to find a dr in Pa, last name s/l pellagreenie.
Complete thread -- just ignore the spellchecker
Complete thread -- Probably. :) Thank you.
Complete thread -- ? defecatory
Complete thread -- ? prominent
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- that is it... Thx so much
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ah ha, thanks
Complete thread -- According to ALL I have read (alot), possessive Gonzalez should
Complete thread -- preop diagnosis -
Complete thread -- s/l dev-en-tor-ee
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- Maybe trochanteric instead of transfer ____ ?
Complete thread -- transtrochanteric approach?
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after loose. Still thinking on the s/l.
Complete thread -- Try "LH"
Complete thread -- s/l... Transfer can-ter-ic approach... sm
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I googled methotrexate and biologic and it could make sense.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- versus an AI (aromatase inhibitor), e.g., Femara
Complete thread -- high lignan
Complete thread -- Another thought would be to add s/l in the biologic, but it...
Complete thread -- raloxifene versus an *AIeg* Femara - cannot document
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Nevermind, it is phlegmonous
Complete thread -- CBC, SMA, FSH, *L A*, and estradiol levels sent today.
Complete thread -- Will obtain MRI to assess the *flagmatus* fluid collection around
Complete thread -- Two meds... vitamin D3, *indole-DIM*, flaxseed oil, *high ligum*, fish oil, zinc,
Complete thread -- shoot......make that stalk
Complete thread -- sta;l
Complete thread -- Oops! That's accent!
Complete thread -- Russian accident, please help!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- got it: actually would feel comfortable
Complete thread -- does that mean...
Complete thread -- see inside results for googel: superficial vein phlebectomy
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- patient with large varicose veins ...
Complete thread -- It is: indicates a *poor prognostic* indicator - I know he words that funny.
Complete thread -- WAV ends after four words?
Complete thread -- how to write #23 Magna EZ tissue valve? Thanks
Complete thread -- it is in my med abbrev book as such, but small "n" - TnI
Complete thread -- doc is listing labs. states TNI was 0.3. Has anyone ever heard this as abbreviation
Complete thread -- me, if it were clear, I would leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- values?
Complete thread -- had to go, flagged :-(
Complete thread -- ESL
Complete thread -- associated night sweats indicate a _____ indicator.
Complete thread -- wav resent
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? In assessment section on H and P
Complete thread -- s/l sime-EE support splint?
Complete thread -- ? Will place patient on Coumadin.
Complete thread -- I will anticipate her next visit
Complete thread -- She does have mild anemia and _____ next visit.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l She will be seen by Dr. Grover, anticipating _______ for pain management. 2nd - she
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- Please help with wav. pregnancy hormone _____. s/l diaries. titers makes sense but
Complete thread -- I kind of agree. No way this person can complete a report that makes sense.
Complete thread -- that's okay, glad I could help :-)
Complete thread -- thanks Mgt's fan... now it is really clear! I wonder myself, getting old or getting deaf
Complete thread -- rather...wonder why you can't hear those
Complete thread -- abdomen was insufflated with CO2; bladeless (it is so clear, wonder how you can't hear)
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- phlegmon...
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks much billybob
Complete thread -- bilateral ICD's were placed and confirmed working, Langer's lines mispronounced Langerhans
Complete thread -- hormone titers rose appropriately (-thank the other helper who prompted for context)
Complete thread -- please I need help with posted wav
Complete thread -- TY.
Complete thread -- CT scans show small apparent cyst in the right kidney with
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- got it Jalyn
Complete thread -- WAV file sm pls
Complete thread -- lactic acid?
Complete thread -- Context please. How is in used in a sentence? What is going on around it?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH!!!
Complete thread -- I guess the next step is to learn English as soon as possible.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- whoops -- "I was too weepy, and couldn't tell people about it".
Complete thread -- opps---
Complete thread -- she had not told (PAST TENSE) many people about it because
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- i got it, she had not tell many people yet____________
Complete thread -- "She had until many people yet?" What does that mean?
Complete thread -- She was recommended to have endoscopy on the 14th. She had until many ...
Complete thread -- Pregnancy hormone diaries. ever heard that term used? from an infertility specialist.
Complete thread -- In lab values "lact asate" is 1.0. His lipase is 24...
Complete thread -- found this link
Complete thread -- seriously? trochlear and femoral head?
Complete thread -- Botox as well?
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- amber ?
Complete thread -- Recurrent headaches treated with Xanax and s/l Botoxwal. (Definitely an
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Of note, the greater trochanter and femoral head are usually mentioned
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- shortening teleroentgenogram, which is kind of iffy by itself.
Complete thread -- edentulousness must be it; see link.
Complete thread -- edentulous means toothless; don't think there is such an ending tho'
Complete thread -- is edentulouism really a word.. I've been searching for reference and can't seem to
Complete thread -- troch = trochanter probably (trochlear????? OMG)
Complete thread -- Context could also include the following, in order to help
Complete thread -- oh im so sorry,didnt mean to
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- You posted over my WAV just below your post.
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- asked before without answer, SM
Complete thread -- If you are implying I am not English you are way wrong. So I made a minor error in my sm
Complete thread -- could be trochlear?
Complete thread -- uvulopalatoplasty
Complete thread -- \s/l a big boy (maybe caps if trademarked) bed, but makes no sense sm
Complete thread -- Did you not check for WAVs already posted and waiting for help?
Complete thread -- palatoplasty.
Complete thread -- pls help with wav1
Complete thread -- Also patient is a paraplegia.
Complete thread -- i flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- paresis?
Complete thread -- I would recommend a _____ bed. Patient with sacral decubitus ulcer.
Complete thread -- You need to repost as all that's there now is "Uhh"
Complete thread -- That is context. It is the extremities exam. The only other thing is the exam of the sm
Complete thread -- laryngoscope was passed and bilateral vocal folds are
Complete thread -- CONTEXT as per rules of board would help
Complete thread -- CONTEXT as per rules of board would help
Complete thread -- Tp was found to have mild amount of s/l left pure-sis.
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: Greater s/l troch and fibular head bilaterally intact.
Complete thread -- pl sm
Complete thread -- s/l TEELIO?
Complete thread -- trasplanation? surivaval? I don't even understand what is written.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you BB!
Complete thread -- WAV posted. .... despite us making overall **** time for him to be seen by...
Complete thread -- globose; globular
Complete thread -- I have looked in onelook and the archives and don't find anything specific to the heart
Complete thread -- onelook: Dorland's: globus (glo´bәs) pl. glo´bi Latin word meaning sphere.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray shows a large s/l globus (globose?) heart
Complete thread -- There is no vein that is*autologous of a reasonable length for conduit.does this look
Complete thread -- smh
Complete thread -- The T is capped. No reason to cap the free. It isn't anyone's name or anything.
Complete thread -- I think he means lens implants as part of the cataract surgery.
Complete thread -- Then I guess I don't understand the question. It makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- s/l implants
Complete thread -- I'm hearing something else.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Did she have nodes removed from the axilla? Is there a dressing there? Do the tags inter
Complete thread -- YOU'RE VERY, VERY, VERY, VERY, VERY, VERY WELCOME
Complete thread -- surgical note
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Here is a bit of thyroid panel info sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Oooh, glad you got it!
Complete thread -- callus was around the wound. It was removed from around the wound.
Complete thread -- hand, foot, and mouth syndrome?
Complete thread -- thanks for the tip - ended up being inflammatory bowel
Complete thread -- no, why would it be? free T3.
Complete thread -- it's...
Complete thread -- good job. Sometimes it better not to get a s/l...LOL
Complete thread -- from around??
Complete thread -- Is free T3 cap'd or not?
Complete thread -- N-acetylcysteine
Complete thread -- sure it isn't just irritable bowel syndrome
Complete thread -- first one might be N-Acetyl cysteine ? MP3 does stops before second ___
Complete thread -- pls mp3
Complete thread -- the sounds like is ridiculous sounding, so I have put it in the message w/ almost the
Complete thread -- Good name for him, probably. :D
Complete thread -- looks a lot like "holy shitz" doesn't it ? :-)
Complete thread -- a CBC (complete blood count)
Complete thread -- Good job! I knew I heard something-shitz!
Complete thread -- s/l PCBC - lab test
Complete thread -- James W Teener, MD - also in Ann Arbor
Complete thread -- Joseph Holoshitz, MD in Ann Arbor ?
Complete thread -- uploading
Complete thread -- and lives with his wife
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- where are these doctors? s/l Dr. Voleshitz.?
Complete thread -- Plan is to refer him to Dr. Tina for possible muscle biopsy. He is du ...
Complete thread -- He probably did say palm. Sounds like something they would do when they can't think of the
Complete thread -- maybe ... is married, is in with his wife.
Complete thread -- I agree, PET would "light up". CT with contrast might light up, but that
Complete thread -- if I couldn't clearly hear one or the other, I'd flag it, be on the safe side.
Complete thread -- Because he said "lights up" I'd lean toward PET.
Complete thread -- Cant tell if this is CAT scan or PET scan. Doc is slurring, could either fit here?
Complete thread -- colestipol (Colestid),
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: s/l "Cholestaprol" 5 mg/1 scoop b.i.d.
Complete thread -- Oh well I guess he is getting a blank for this one. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Sella.
Complete thread -- Well, thanks for the effort. I guess if we had you helping them, they'd dictate
Complete thread -- In America, we say either thanks or thank you.
Complete thread -- No, actually I don't text. Tried it but found chiseling it in stone was faster
Complete thread -- The posterior wall s/l "and summer" were easily visualized endoscopically.
Complete thread -- I can't here any 'son' in there and he ends the sentence before unable to provide...
Complete thread -- I am assuming you do not text. I see that from people texting and they are not offshore.
Complete thread -- bottom?
Complete thread -- Oh maybe his son and his wife. can anyone else hear that.
Complete thread -- is married, does have a wife. ?
Complete thread -- Don't really hear this, but could it be... The pt. is married. He and his wife are unable
Complete thread -- ball? sole?
Complete thread -- Is that what tnxxxxxxx is supposed to be? Offshore for thanks?
Complete thread -- When the doctors get trained? Certainly not a college professor so
Complete thread -- Geez who cares what country they are from. At least THEY said thanks. Not many do that.
Complete thread -- I hear polishing too. My DH is a auto body repairman and he says
Complete thread -- foot
Complete thread -- married to somebody else's wife? LOL. kind of sounds like
Complete thread -- Geeze. Spare me. Where are you when the doctors get trained. LOLOL
Complete thread -- Google supports grinding/polishing protocols however. I clearly hear polishing.
Complete thread -- You mean like speak English in America, speak French in France, etc
Complete thread -- The patient is married _____ his wife. Unable to provide other social history.
Complete thread -- Listening to it, I also hear polishing, not pumicing?
Complete thread -- pumicing actually would be more similar to grinding. You would not polish in the same sm
Complete thread -- ok tnx!
Complete thread -- maybe referring to a kickstand screw?
Complete thread -- hmmm...only typed it once, why did it appear twice?
Complete thread -- I think thats polishing
Complete thread -- I think thats polishing
Complete thread -- Oh, wait. I'm not the OP. Visiting message boards, I see a lot of different
Complete thread -- S/L KICKSTAND? fragment
Complete thread -- s/l superior *messick etima -? looks like superior mesenteric ischemia sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Could do what? Say "tnx" instead of thanks or thank you?
Complete thread -- no luck
Complete thread -- Thrombocytopenia.
Complete thread -- aw, c'mon. somebody here could do that too. That's rude!
Complete thread -- REASON FOR REFERRAL: _____ . Anemia.
Complete thread -- In America, we say either thanks or thank you.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think that is what it is....
Complete thread -- grinding and pumicing
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- 3 syllables.....he may be stumbling.....poor audio
Complete thread -- perhaps he's trying to make an adjective of arthrosis, so arthrositic...I do
Complete thread -- atrophic?
Complete thread -- Rotator Cuff Tear
Complete thread -- I hear very thin frequently.
Complete thread -- If you think they go together, why would you put in a comma to separate them?
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- Hummm. I was going to say very thin. LOL.
Complete thread -- Teale's forceps.
Complete thread -- I've never heard them say it that way in over 20 years of MTing.
Complete thread -- Thanks - I think I'm going to leave the comma separating them.
Complete thread -- mho, chem-18.
Complete thread -- s/l "Teels" and rings were placed to decrease the uterine bleeding.
Complete thread -- lower uterine segment was then s/l "very thing" and incised in transverse fashion
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of CBC 18?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she has no history?
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: 1. Levoxyl 2. Fluoxetine 3. S/L *G6 B ...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- eave is the edge of a roof. Eaves usually project beyond the side of the building generall
Complete thread -- eave troughs
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- fluoro guidance or fluoroscopic (depending on account preference).
Complete thread -- If doc dictates "fluoroguidance", do you change it to "fluoroscopic guidance"?
Complete thread -- I'd be more concerned about content of actual answer and context, rather than
Complete thread -- Ya know what? I think she's saying "colitis" not too clearly. Sorry!!
Complete thread -- I don't see you "smile" every time you help someone. Ridiculous
Complete thread -- Are you a drama queen or something? I saw someone point out the
Complete thread -- s/l g-LIE-gus ???
Complete thread -- got it - sevelamer
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will bookmark it and study.
Complete thread -- s/l solo-va-met pls sm for context
Complete thread -- Sorry. I don't have time to bother with smiley faces and stuff.
Complete thread -- Possibly should have used 3-way. Likely it was irrigant. Just this sec
Complete thread -- you should have smiled then! It'''''s OK, I''''''m thick skinned. :)
Complete thread -- If you consider just pointing out something chewing....
Complete thread -- LOL...was it you who chewed?
Complete thread -- Irrigant was clear? (wouldn't you use 3-way?)
Complete thread -- for saying your/you're confusion was a shortcut
Complete thread -- Boy howdy. We really do need that "take it back" button around here.
Complete thread -- http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/commas.htm
Complete thread -- sounds like "ear tongs". This is a bladder tumor surgery. Please help.
Complete thread -- and s/m
Complete thread -- Sheesh, forgot to start my sentence with a cap! argh..:)
Complete thread -- glad you were smiling! I already got chewed out for an ' today!
Complete thread -- Betcha wanna take that back, eh?
Complete thread -- where it.
Complete thread -- I know how you feel, where it the "take it back button on this board" :)
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- Going to flag that tiny word!
Complete thread -- Will flag. Just checkin' first to see if I've overlooked something.
Complete thread -- Some bowing of true vocal cords bilaterally *in* (and?) a small gap in the midline.
Complete thread -- Yes, my bad. Baaad Wild One!
Complete thread -- They are allergies. FLAG 'em.
Complete thread -- atenolol and chlorthalidone is a combo drug
Complete thread -- chlorthalidone?
Complete thread -- (Oops, hate to end with a s/l. Doc states next heading of meds.)
Complete thread -- Two allergies that I've searched my QL for, drugs.com under phonetic, and
Complete thread -- It's CALCIFICATION. Thanks all for your suggestions. :)
Complete thread -- calcification?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I totally need to take an online grammar class. Commas kill me.
Complete thread -- any other hints or another s/l? anything in the conclusion?
Complete thread -- comma after and
Complete thread -- nope, not on x-ray
Complete thread -- Is a comma needed after fibrillation?
Complete thread -- Funny how you say you are just getting back here, but yet you came back here to post yet a
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That totally answered the question, thanks.
Complete thread -- Unlike MD = calling one Dr. So-and-So. PA-Cs, ARNPs, etc, are just
Complete thread -- Wild guess: crepitation?
Complete thread -- Oh, I bet that was it but I had to send w/ blank as it was a stat rpt. Thx.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Just did not know if there was a standard rule about using
Complete thread -- x-ray of ankle
Complete thread -- no pathology results
Complete thread -- some type of results, medical reports
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- anesthesia team was asked to *get drafting* on the patient
Complete thread -- looks like superior mesenteric something, but I don't understand what
Complete thread -- however, _____ medical reports were available from China
Complete thread -- they are pronounced exactly the same
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- superior *messick etima*
Complete thread -- I was thinking along the lines of this SM
Complete thread -- We are not totally verbatim but they do go more toward that than the other. Will do Ms.
Complete thread -- I am not sure what you're asking? if he says, "I want her to go and see John Doe, ARNP
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- I don't. If they say Ms. Smith, I type it Ms. Smith, just like I would Dr. Smith instead
Complete thread -- Never mind. He is the dictator. Will do it his way.
Complete thread -- darn it.. or PAC by Ms. or Mr., do you change that to John Smith ARNP?
Complete thread -- When you have someone referring to an ARNP or
Complete thread -- K-Dur?
Complete thread -- med s/l kador
Complete thread -- WAG...?dural sac compression?
Complete thread -- WAG, but contrast-induced nephropathy?
Complete thread -- Acute kidney injury likely secondary to "cole-us-in-jos" nephropathy. (Heavy accent.)
Complete thread -- I understand. You may have to blank it.
Complete thread -- thanks, still not positive it's the right one.
Complete thread -- s/l decofact compression or impression. MRI of the cervical spine did demonstrate
Complete thread -- Going to flag, thanks anyway. Have another spot that is questionable.
Complete thread -- foreign med called Helicopack which is omeprazole..see link on original question
Complete thread -- 2nd try now with WAV: treatment for h. pylori: s/l Helio Pack? (not helidac)
Complete thread -- THANKS for the answers below!! Was a long report. Just got back to the
Complete thread -- and drop the then
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see link...there is a foreign medication called Helicopack
Complete thread -- awake all though...like no LOC -
Complete thread -- GFR was 37.6
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- MP3 file, do you think uremia should be there or is she just stuttering anemia?
Complete thread -- it was a long report! I am just now getting back to the answers. Give a person a chance to
Complete thread -- waiting for other wav
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- WAV posted on this... I don't think I am hearing helicobacter..
Complete thread -- head and then was _____ Denied chest pain, no palpitations
Complete thread -- maybe Zofran ? I believe they need an antiemetic
Complete thread -- Sorry, this isn't correct; Zydis is not available in 1-mg dose.
Complete thread -- Maybe Zyprexa Zydis? WAG, please verify
Complete thread -- Wow.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- In discectomy, he doesn't pronounce the c at all, so it sounds like dissectomy.
Complete thread -- Invega orally 6 mg in the morning with *zocozeiden* for side effect 1 mg twice a day.
Complete thread -- c'mon, Jan, any MT that has typed ortho for a while should know these. And yes, giving a
Complete thread -- Need exact text.... you might be hearing Helicobacter (expansion of the H. in H. pylori)..
Complete thread -- He was *redirected to care" from time to time
Complete thread -- anyone heard of treatment for h. pylori: s/l Helio Pack? (not helidac)
Complete thread -- Yes, showed no evidence of a rise.
Complete thread -- EKG of chest, cardiac enzymes were all *flat* and the CT angio
Complete thread -- I was just thinking the same thing! :)
Complete thread -- physes (growth plates iow epiphysis, diaphysis, etc.) you're welcome for the answer below
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- Remain consistent in use. I don't know how you can tell he is emphasizing
Complete thread -- s/l fi-sees
Complete thread -- In a peer review, doc dictated "diskectomy and percutaneous discectomy" pronouncing
Complete thread -- sent for _____diagnosis and necrotic skin and muscle sent for ____ diagnosis
Complete thread -- yep, can't figure that part out
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Check DRUJ
Complete thread -- something trigeminy.
Complete thread -- had an episode of *are tri gemany* while
Complete thread -- s/l B R U J
Complete thread -- I, too, am questioning the "pain" part of that sentence.
Complete thread -- shorthand? that's shorthand? Looks like just something incorrect. it's
Complete thread -- he says he is who? he who
Complete thread -- Duh, just clicked. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks so much. Makes me feel so stupid but so glad to
Complete thread -- estradiol and DHAS .. check ovarian amenorrhea (watch spelling) or
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- GYN. s/l Onycoamenorrheia. Tests: s/l interestine dial and DHAAS
Complete thread -- *sheesh* can't even talk in shorthand?
Complete thread -- post bleed
Complete thread -- glad I didn't waste 7 minutes of my time on that one! whew!
Complete thread -- no further in there..we fed the pain catheter
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Respectfully disagree. "Who" is correct in this case.
Complete thread -- "post-lead" day 10
Complete thread -- fed
Complete thread -- that looks like a surgery, are you sure of the pain s/l?
Complete thread -- We further _____ pain catheter through
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- scap (scapular) pain or instability.
Complete thread -- possible but not necessarily probable, it was stated "probably"
Complete thread -- No significant *scap pain* instability
Complete thread -- nm.. thanks much, have to move on.
Complete thread -- you're not your
Complete thread -- it's not the best, but it is okay. I'd not change it. doc's choice.
Complete thread -- oops...continue not continued
Complete thread -- maybe, "continued current medications, check electrolytes. Pain control...
Complete thread -- mp3 pls
Complete thread -- Does this sentence sound funny? Should "rather" be "other"? nm
Complete thread -- no speed control?
Complete thread -- don't know what part of the country your in, but
Complete thread -- Ok! Thanks!
Complete thread -- indeed! but thanks for the help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd throw him into the nearest river.
Complete thread -- that would be a great flag on a report! LOL
Complete thread -- Continue current medications, _____ pain control as needed.
Complete thread -- #2 "something on the _____, like this place"
Complete thread -- Maybe not, but that is certainly a possibility.
Complete thread -- #3 noted very short attention
Complete thread -- I can't get any of it. This guy is dangerous!
Complete thread -- don't have to be gay to not want marriage but legal partners
Complete thread -- Yes, I bet that is what he means, just shortening his dictation. TY
Complete thread -- wow
Complete thread -- 1. all over the place
Complete thread -- Probably they're gay and they've drawn up legal documents to protect each other, so they
Complete thread -- one last mp3 pls. a bunch of
Complete thread -- maybe he is illegal and lives with a legal immigrant?
Complete thread -- thanks nm
Complete thread -- It does to me.
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- Thank you all!!!
Complete thread -- Legal partner, does this make sense?
Complete thread -- TPAL is one of the methods to provide a quick overview of a female's obstetric history.[1]
Complete thread -- SGOT and SGPT 144 and 53 most likely. Look up liver function tests.
Complete thread -- re just the baby's weight, it should be 3635 gram (3.635 kg). Ck the commas, too.
Complete thread -- a bachelor's degree in administration
Complete thread -- Lab value s/l OT, PT 144/53. ?
Complete thread -- G1, P1-0-0-1, status post ... May 25, 2009, of a 3635 g female infant
Complete thread -- another mp3 pls
Complete thread -- Is this written correctly? Please SM.
Complete thread -- maybe a longer wave?
Complete thread -- I couldn't get it either.
Complete thread -- sorry, blank for me too, in fact then entire sentence blank.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- next? new? not really familiar with any word that would go there that would begin with N
Complete thread -- he may have said resection of a abdominal..etc because
Complete thread -- low back surgery
Complete thread -- mattress?
Complete thread -- thank you both for the help (great link), but s/l starts with an "N"
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- continuous?
Complete thread -- ?mass? see link
Complete thread -- but: I instructed him to begin the Advair 500/50 one puff twice per day when
Complete thread -- s/l running "ness" 5-0 Prolene
Complete thread -- agree. 20 mg point in a prednisone taper dose, maybe? more context
Complete thread -- I'd double check all that. Advair is not in mg, but mcg. and there is no 20-mg dose even
Complete thread -- I relistened, maybe s/l "ejection ray"
Complete thread -- s/l "When he gets to the 20 mg per day dose, I told him to stay on the ...."
Complete thread -- Continue with Keppra and Lamictal at this time. ____ seizure medication
Complete thread -- maybe "undergone resection of an abdominal aortic aneurysm"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- drill our pin site
Complete thread -- s/l jackson ray abdominal aortic aneurysm pls sm
Complete thread -- drill
Complete thread -- don't know about your "while he still be" though, can't slow it down though
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- Thank you, both!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- based on this article, I think your suggestion of Allen Cognitive seems possible. see link
Complete thread -- I told him to stay on the
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- This is the context, so do not think apheresis is correct. Will go with Questyr, thanks
Complete thread -- plateletpheresis: Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary [home, info]
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Dorland's Merck site shows it as one word or as nmt shows..see link
Complete thread -- Could it be platelet apheresis?
Complete thread -- platelet phoresis or plateletpheresis. I cannot verify except one little post in
Complete thread -- with an IV infusing something into the left hand.
Complete thread -- infusing the dorsum of the left hand
Complete thread -- Think maybe they mean ADLs, not ACL??
Complete thread -- What is your exact question?
Complete thread -- 2nd is something about preoxygenation and sedation...?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Patient status post traumatic brain injury.
Complete thread -- works for me. it helps him
Complete thread -- self-storage: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
Complete thread -- does edification make sense here?
Complete thread -- I shoud say straight and curved skin flap scissors (3rd hit down the page)
Complete thread -- see link..shows there are straight and curved flap scissors
Complete thread -- apparently calcaneus can make sense too..see link
Complete thread -- several errors here - He noticed the next day... cold spells and was tired all the time
Complete thread -- self-storage (self words must use the -)
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- I don't care about the plural (pleural = lung plural) you need the - in self-storage
Complete thread -- forward thrust (type injury) to the clavicle seems possible..see link...but
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but no. Listening to it again, sounds more like curved frapp scissors. They
Complete thread -- I hear s....storage can't be pleural? should it then be storage units if more than one?
Complete thread -- She is status post a *forward thrust* to the left
Complete thread -- ??Mayo?? also see link for other possiblities if not Mayo
Complete thread -- He owns car washes, laundromats, and self storage ...
Complete thread -- self-storage(s)
Complete thread -- car washes, laundromats and self storages
Complete thread -- that is it! thank you. ...
Complete thread -- TY - you're probably right. :)
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- s/l curve wrap scissors.
Complete thread -- oooh, this sounds promising..
Complete thread -- just a guess - a pair of (brand name? like Synes, Zines) was introduced (SM)
Complete thread -- peripheral neuropathy ?
Complete thread -- encephalo?
Complete thread -- see link for possibilities tho I saw none that exactly matched the s/l
Complete thread -- "In order to differentiate between the radiculopathy and _______, ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- c section help
Complete thread -- I would guess the doc would contact the US senator if necessary - combat the Medicare
Complete thread -- hmm, maybe SSS is sick sinus syndrome (but don't guess of course) sm
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- patient with neuropathic pain status post multiple nerve injuries
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for trying! There is no mention of stent. He mentions questionable
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "incision was made with the use of a scalpel and extended.."
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I have never done his reports and he seems to swallow his words. Thanks
Complete thread -- Either dictator slanging/shortcutting Kiwi or not hearing entire word?
Complete thread -- incision made to uterus with a scalpel and extended... Kiwi
Complete thread -- loop cone ...see link
Complete thread -- Posted a WAV on this.
Complete thread -- A *loop comb* was performed with no difficulty
Complete thread -- any mention of stent placement? may be sirolimus-eluting stent (SES) (placement)
Complete thread -- two questions on C-section. sm
Complete thread -- found this plus link Endobond just like you have it
Complete thread -- You might try Google. I got some hits for colonate mesh.
Complete thread -- s/l *colonate* mesh. see message
Complete thread -- cardiology question. TY
Complete thread -- Finally back up and running, but still can't make it out, will flag. thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- I kept hearing back and it made no sense with context.
Complete thread -- your extra context actually did help come to the thought of "other"
Complete thread -- Ah! I think you hit it on the head. I never would have got that. Thanks
Complete thread -- Knee strain. Kinesio taping to the right knee, medial glide with s/l one eye stroke.
Complete thread -- OH....now I think I hear "other vague symptoms"
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l adipra insulin sliding scale is Aprida sm how to find for next time
Complete thread -- this might help more, not sure
Complete thread -- the rest of the report in that section
Complete thread -- I almost hear leg or lake symptoms - can't figure out what it would be.
Complete thread -- what is main complaint pt being seen for? would that help us with this wav?
Complete thread -- I will remove the got. correct. Did not hear that, thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l "patient has all the correct symptoms" - (should remove "got"
Complete thread -- starting?
Complete thread -- WAV file, is it back or out of whack?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- surface?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l arting
Complete thread -- sorry, got it
Complete thread -- The femoral groove had grade 1 _____ changes
Complete thread -- prevent further propagation of *stress riser*
Complete thread -- I really think that is it! Thank you so much for helping me!
Complete thread -- had to flag
Complete thread -- that experienced MTs helping newbies........:)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Protonix, *adipra*, insulin sliding scale and Seroquel.
Complete thread -- ? might be imipramine (depression) sm
Complete thread -- umm, not necessarily rate controlled by "pacemaker", can also by meds.
Complete thread -- medication s/l "u-nep-a-mean"
Complete thread -- thanks, that's it.
Complete thread -- Here is an ortho link of tests by location to save for next time
Complete thread -- now is(has) switched to Femara 2.5 mg from the third day of the cycle..
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I'll go back and list, unfortunately, our systems just crapped out so might be awhile...
Complete thread -- ? might be Ober sm & link
Complete thread -- boot-like?
Complete thread -- pls mp3
Complete thread -- myelolipoma
Complete thread -- I think I hear problem.
Complete thread -- possible myeloid-like *palmo* right adrenal gland
Complete thread -- There is nodular contour of the mucosal surface of the trachea... ...
Complete thread -- s/l "There is nodular contour ..."
Complete thread -- contour at the mucosal surface?
Complete thread -- He has nodular _______in the mucosal surface of the trachea
Complete thread -- Could it be Thompson test (evaluation of the Achilles tendon)?
Complete thread -- mgt fan is probably right, sharing my list of antibiotics starting with C for future
Complete thread -- might try drugs.com wildcard search *zole (see link)
Complete thread -- Gaenslen test?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- I can't find it when I look it up. Guess you have to keep looking.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I thought she was asking title, like MOA, then yes, but you are right, not if saying
Complete thread -- patient with medial meniscal tear, chondral damage of patella and medial s.m.
Complete thread -- need commas (future, if he were to suffer a concussion, to help assure of his return to
Complete thread -- help me pls
Complete thread -- Are you asking if caps needed? In googling it, I'm thinking not. You
Complete thread -- tired of looking it up - hip exam, s/l "Galen's test" Does this work?
Complete thread -- What I meant was, was that being dictated? If so, then yes.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure either, but maybe Google it with credentials, schools, etc.
Complete thread -- If are asking, Shari, MOA, yes. Just like Shari, LPN or Shari, RN
Complete thread -- Thank you. I had sickle correct on the original report - sorry for the typo.
Complete thread -- it is clear now..History of bronchitis
Complete thread -- think it's sickle cell pain crisis
Complete thread -- oops.. I mean, not getting your blank..
Complete thread -- sickle cell crisis (NOT sick) not sure of your s/l
Complete thread -- Is Medical Office Assistant a title like MD after the name?
Complete thread -- bidigital exam (one finger in the rectum and the other in the vagina)
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Ohhhh of course. Many thanks.
Complete thread -- ACIS?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- which were reportedly less than they had been on the prior..
Complete thread -- increased interstitial markings which reportedly _____ on the prior film
Complete thread -- The patient's immunization record is not in the chart or in "ace-iss".
Complete thread -- breast cancer . .
Complete thread -- fibroblastic *s/l elicitive* changes. Patient after MVA
Complete thread -- yes, controlled by pacemaker.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Never mind, finally found AnaMantle HC Cream
Complete thread -- For hemorrhoids sl *animental* HC cream or *anonental*
Complete thread -- meaning visa-free?
Complete thread -- prophylaxis
Complete thread -- It still doesn't help with correct way to write it.
Complete thread -- He clearly says Endobond, but I can't document.
Complete thread -- Did you go on down the page beneath where the trademark said expired? sm
Complete thread -- Ethibond is the one that comes to my mind, but then not exactly your s/l
Complete thread -- I do find Endobon, but appears to be for bone grafting.
Complete thread -- sutures. *Endobond* was used to close the incision sites.
Complete thread -- by the way, the vaginal cuff is what's left, so-to-speak, after the surgery (hysterectomy)
Complete thread -- well, they do perform a digital exam, but not sure what you mean "by here"?
Complete thread -- he says "I then performed **by digital exam..., is it right?should I remove *by here?
Complete thread -- new to obgyn.thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Are you a newbie? You will often hear vaginal cuff.
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- development of
Complete thread -- On digital examination of vagina, I felt normal feeling s/l cuff. Please help!
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- wag: Patient: This is my 2nd visit with the patient.
Complete thread -- Too iffy to guess; agree with the others.
Complete thread -- Where I work, we would have to leave it as osteo because it is a medical report
Complete thread -- Thank you, I thought so, but wasn't 100% sure, as this guy usually doesn't shorten terms.
Complete thread -- it is usually bladder tack and tummy tuck
Complete thread -- since it needs amputation.. you can be almost certain, it is osteomyelitis
Complete thread -- osteo - which can mean osteomyelitis most probably
Complete thread -- you ought to post a bit longer mp3 like at least the whole sentence before/after s/l
Complete thread -- Ostial, osteal, osteo?
Complete thread -- what is the patient's gender, age, Dx.. (more context required)
Complete thread -- guess-ceftriaxone?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- both are correct, type which one is dictated.
Complete thread -- Patient <_____> 00:47 and visit with the patient. ...
Complete thread -- bladder tuck surgery or bladder tack surgery?
Complete thread -- msg help
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- really odd the way you abbreviate "mg" one minute and then expand it the next
Complete thread -- but confirm.... for patients with schizophrenia
Complete thread -- Zyprexa
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks for looking though! I thought I had googled every way
Complete thread -- pls help me
Complete thread -- dirt underneath?
Complete thread -- I googled corneal transplant spatula and guess what? Last hit on the page
Complete thread -- Please provide context. Is this a postsurgical wound or from an injury?
Complete thread -- could it be pus?
Complete thread -- don't think its T1. Do you have a sounds like? PIP? MTP?
Complete thread -- who can help me onthis?
Complete thread -- Left distal humerus fracture, long finger __T1 fracture, left ringfinger fracture.tx
Complete thread -- There was some dirt and s/l neef inside the wound on opening it.tx
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!THANK YOU!THANK YOU!THANK YOU!THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- you can say sorry now :)
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- wow
Complete thread -- check Paton spatula
Complete thread -- actually, I get a bunch of patent numbers, voila! I was trying
Complete thread -- Victoza. I googled new diabetes medication
Complete thread -- just google eye surgery patent spatula and voila.
Complete thread -- Ok - replaces Janumet. (love how they give more info LATER in the report)
Complete thread -- Name of med - could be "bick-tro-sa" or "va-tro-saw" for Type 2 DM or weight loss.
Complete thread -- patent spatula? the surgery is corneal transplant.
Complete thread -- meant Kussmaul as per Billybob; sorry.
Complete thread -- Absolutely! Thank you.
Complete thread -- Kuszmal
Complete thread -- Kussmaul.
Complete thread -- yep it IS Doppler signals dampened sm & link see terms used
Complete thread -- s/l "cooz-mouth" type breathing
Complete thread -- finger top?
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Perclose closure devices (Abbot Vascular) sm
Complete thread -- is 10 degrees of extension length to 105 degrees of flexion.
Complete thread -- sheesh...to 105 degrees of flexion I mean
Complete thread -- to 105 degrees of crepitus
Complete thread -- is 10 degrees stretching leg
Complete thread -- never heard of that; you really should flag it IMO.
Complete thread -- WAV. preop H&P for total knee arthroplasty due to osteoarthritis.
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share = info for others sm
Complete thread -- never heard of that; you really should flag it IMO.
Complete thread -- Im wondering if it could be fingerpad
Complete thread -- found it - Lebsche knife. ...
Complete thread -- on an LVAD report doctor says what s/l Latshe knife... thanks in advance!
Complete thread -- could it be finger "tuft"?
Complete thread -- I don't understand. If you didn't think it was right, why did you ask about it and why do
Complete thread -- Sorry then. I've been doing this job 25 years and never heard that.
Complete thread -- the Dr clearly says finger POP
Complete thread -- fingertip?
Complete thread -- laceration is noted at the small s/l fingerpop
Complete thread -- linea alba = more acceptable
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I found only 250 hits on Google for that, so I'm not so crazy about it, but
Complete thread -- Thanks all, for your input. I've flagged this one and hope to get feedback.
Complete thread -- I listened again and really don't hear that, but I've flagged it.
Complete thread -- linea albicans = stretch marks/striae
Complete thread -- Medrol Dosepak.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- med
Complete thread -- or maybe just her way of abbreviating it. would use slash, myself.
Complete thread -- Linea nigra (Latin for "black line") is a dark vertical line that appears on the abdomen d
Complete thread -- Good thing they've learned to use mp3s and wavs! It helps us help
Complete thread -- not hearing "linea" swallowed in there, maybe?
Complete thread -- They very clearly say things incorrectly all day long. but good luck
Complete thread -- just wow
Complete thread -- yes/no questions depending on the cues and the response.
Complete thread -- No, actually I don't.
Complete thread -- confused pls help
Complete thread -- See verbatim inside.
Complete thread -- scleraE (PLURAL -- hopefully the patient has 2 EYES) are anicteric
Complete thread -- Boy, it's newbie night.
Complete thread -- thanks so much ...
Complete thread -- Did you try a dictionary? Dorland's at onelook above (free!) has hyperreactive.
Complete thread -- could you give exact context, please? how used in PE? (negative for, etc.) under SKIN?
Complete thread -- HEENT: Sclera is s/l ana sa ter ic
Complete thread -- whatever you do with any other hyper word. hypertension, hyperlipidemia, hyperreactive, h
Complete thread -- I'm assuming you mean acanthosis nigricans. Many patients have conditions not related
Complete thread -- hyperreactive or hyper-reactive or hyper reactive?
Complete thread -- Nigra albicans/albicans nigra
Complete thread -- kale, not cale.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- vegetables such as broccoli/kale smoothies
Complete thread -- sorry. yes, it should be "and is regular when her diet is ...
Complete thread -- broccoli/kale smoothies (sounds terrible!)
Complete thread -- broccoli cale smoothies
Complete thread -- where the darn thing go?
Complete thread -- and is regular...then the mp3 cuts off
Complete thread -- does well and is regular when her diet is supplemented...
Complete thread -- does well and is regular when her diet is supplemented with (that is end of mp3)
Complete thread -- on this regimen when her diet is supplemented with. The other blank is not there
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't think it is linked to, just 2
Complete thread -- no mp3 there
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- liver failure
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- 1. Hypogonadism linked to chronic _____ . 2. Lumbago.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I'd use 1 word s/m
Complete thread -- that is it!
Complete thread -- Levsin
Complete thread -- how about a handy man?
Complete thread -- The patient works as a s/l handinan. thanks for any idea.
Complete thread -- peri-scar? periscar?
Complete thread -- lepsan
Complete thread -- That sounds about right. Makes sense too. Thanks
Complete thread -- Maybe it's "FEV mid (expiratory) flow" ?
Complete thread -- dampened Doppler signals? I am not sure. I will flag it. Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- up, ... ....
Complete thread -- FEV1
Complete thread -- obstructive lung disease based on her s/l "eff ee vee ned" flow.
Complete thread -- percutaneous closure
Complete thread -- Would probably sound better if you can add an an. agree with the comma
Complete thread -- That's it....thanks to you both! :)
Complete thread -- growing up he had a lot of solar exposure.
Complete thread -- check and see if fovea is the word you want
Complete thread -- BMT = bilateral myringotomy tubes
Complete thread -- no, but BMTs for bilateral myringotomy tubes works. Thanks!
Complete thread -- erythropoietin
Complete thread -- also..."The socket was inspected. There was a "deep phobia" noted and it was reamed
Complete thread -- stay tie(s) = stay suture(s)
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- This was retracted and tied with *s/l stay-ties.*
Complete thread -- BMTs (bone marrow transplant ?)
Complete thread -- WAV. patient in for ventilating ear tube removal.
Complete thread -- Candida, uncertain etiology?
Complete thread -- dampened?
Complete thread -- s/L vampen sm
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- He might be saying it wrong and mean Perclose closure.
Complete thread -- I was ONLY addressing her use here. sigh.
Complete thread -- maybe saying leukocyte count?
Complete thread -- That is it. forgot to put what followed. Candida; however could ...
Complete thread -- I can't find perclosure. I find perclose but he is saying perclosure???
Complete thread -- HUH?? Followup is correct for a noun and an adjective
Complete thread -- a tinea?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your post... had to flag and ask doc.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the tip for followup.
Complete thread -- Candida
Complete thread -- No, unfortunately, I cannot hear that whatsoever. I'm flagging. There are
Complete thread -- followup needs to be 1 word there. noun. not adj
Complete thread -- Perclose??
Complete thread -- Could this possible be a perc closure meaning percutaneous closure? anyone??
Complete thread -- I believe it IS white count, ladies. I'll relisten. THANK YOU!!
Complete thread -- He says "twenty four point three thousand."
Complete thread -- s/l foreclosure??? sm
Complete thread -- hmmmmmmm
Complete thread -- WBCs 24.3 even
Complete thread -- white blood cell count 24,300?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking that might be the white count (with count 23.4)?
Complete thread -- exactly how is the 24.3000 said? odd
Complete thread -- Asian esl dictating on pt who is 82, acute respiratory failure. Pls help.
Complete thread -- Thank you all! Appreciate it! :)
Complete thread -- They both mean exactly the same thing. It is not incorrect. it is just his preference.
Complete thread -- Thanks! The reason I ask, is that I've always heard it dictated as
Complete thread -- there are 2 atria (right and left), so I'd say they mean the same thing
Complete thread -- biatrial enlargement -- both left and right atrial enlargement.
Complete thread -- Okay, IGNORE This one. Can't keep up with OP's question(s)>
Complete thread -- YES, there is a big difference. biatrial = both atria, bilateral = 2 sides of ?
Complete thread -- i'll stop laughing & be more clear! biatrial enlargement vs bilateral atrial enlargement
Complete thread -- HAHAHAHAHA!! Sorry, my bad!! I meant biatrial vs BILATERAL! :)
Complete thread -- oops.. don't think so.. bad guess; let OP clarify :-)
Complete thread -- LOL :-) I'm guessing OP wanted biatrial vs bi-atrial
Complete thread -- not apparently so as you have asked?
Complete thread -- your question is not clear; biatrial is one word (if that is what you are asking)
Complete thread -- looks like one has a capital B
Complete thread -- Biatrial enlargement versus biatrial enlargement...is there a difference?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- pls also listen if it sounds like protamine?
Complete thread -- That makes sense, but he sure is butchering the word if so. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Agree, especially checking definitions of the words via Dorland's.
Complete thread -- phytonadione? (vitamin k) check capitalization
Complete thread -- I think this is going to be one where either is used, in the
Complete thread -- There is NO S on Fleet enema(s).
Complete thread -- phlebitis which was corrected with s/l "hitranine" and FFP.
Complete thread -- to help break the tie, The Surgical Word Book shows it as gibbous deformity
Complete thread -- Passy-Muir tracheostomy speaking valve
Complete thread -- Yes just got it.
Complete thread -- He is sayng and Fleets enemas.
Complete thread -- and Fleet's enemas?
Complete thread -- s/l pass-ee-mural
Complete thread -- Only problem is Stedman's Radiology shows it as gibbous deformity
Complete thread -- found WorkWell FCE; don't see anything with west
Complete thread -- aminoglycosides, cannot hear the missing one though
Complete thread -- I would avoid nephrotoxins including NSAIDs, IV contrast, glycosides _____ .
Complete thread -- more info. Could this possibly be graft pulse on the left??? sm
Complete thread -- s/l grapples. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion - he clearly says West.
Complete thread -- Can you hear "abdominal" wall?
Complete thread -- must be extension and dr. misspoke - thanks both
Complete thread -- initiation?
Complete thread -- extension? intiation? invention? the tension?
Complete thread -- Lol, he's just saying "request for" facelift procedure. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l "distention" but does not make any sense pls sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, he's esl but I'm just hearing like "restless," "wesless" etc. Oh well
Complete thread -- saying SMAS (ess mass)?
Complete thread -- He's giving the preop and postop diagnoses as s/l "wessless" facelift procedure.
Complete thread -- that's all I can come up with too, but doesn't s/l that - thanks for the reply
Complete thread -- sore?
Complete thread -- gibbus deformity as per Stedman's. great book.
Complete thread -- is it gibbous deformity or gibbus deformity
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Stedman's ortho book perhaps?
Complete thread -- Monteggia's
Complete thread -- She is not complaining of any pain, nor is her Delta-Splint s/l at score. sm
Complete thread -- Follow-up for right forearm s/l montay-shah fracture dislocation.
Complete thread -- I hear "in a hug position"
Complete thread -- flexion and opposition?
Complete thread -- let me add this portion, better explains sm
Complete thread -- Pt having FCE testing-per *West Wall Frame Test*, he lifted 20 pds.
Complete thread -- Sounds like Flow rest - may be FLO-RESTER Internal Vessel Occluder LINK•
Complete thread -- Cardinal...that's it. Thanks to you both :)
Complete thread -- S. sciuri
Complete thread -- See inside
Complete thread -- S. something. streptococcus or staph something. I hope you properly
Complete thread -- blank help please WAV sent!!
Complete thread -- pleuritic?
Complete thread -- cardinal ligaments?
Complete thread -- could it be he is saying cauterize ligaments?
Complete thread -- Patient having a hysterectomy....and "s/l Carter" ligaments.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- (S/L) "tortic-type chest pain
Complete thread -- ...observation, which from a billing standpoint is the same as ambulatory surgery.
Complete thread -- where would you put the comma/commas?
Complete thread -- Never mind, had to send it.
Complete thread -- bacteroides fragilis and *escarili* species.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS Adhesions of foreskin to glans penis.
Complete thread -- it's not the name of a person, so no initial cap
Complete thread -- A Beath pin?
Complete thread -- search and search and ask and search some more, finally found it
Complete thread -- biceps tenodesis. A s/l B thin? was then placed through the
Complete thread -- Is the MT filling in for a friend on podiatry still around??
Complete thread -- thanks, I will suggest that as it makes semi-sense
Complete thread -- maybe transverse colon diverticulosis instead of triangle of calot
Complete thread -- shadow boxing?
Complete thread -- this is the closest I could find SM
Complete thread -- He has gone back to exercising and does s/l "shuttle boxing" a ...
Complete thread -- this looks like a colonoscopy, won't see the triangle of Calot during colonoscopy
Complete thread -- No, it was just listed in list of drugs: Prevacid, ... ginseng, asparaligus
Complete thread -- exact context, before/after? "looks" like aspergillus (mold)
Complete thread -- first blank "with pulse oximetry....Hepatic flexure was normal.
Complete thread -- see link...I have never heard it phrased as "warm," but
Complete thread -- anyone heard of med 'aspiraligus', MD spells it out!
Complete thread -- s/l warm pulse oximetry;and s/l bladder reflux normal
Complete thread -- ok, was just wondering if normal could go with what comes next
Complete thread -- TYVM
Complete thread -- Okay thanks, that is how I have been doing it..just wanted to be sure
Complete thread -- Yeah, I googled it, but still couldn't really figure it out. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Regular (rate and rhythm). S1 and S2 (heart sounds -- the dub-lub) normal.
Complete thread -- It is just in a phy exam under heart.
Complete thread -- I googled...regular S1 S2 normal...see link...explanations
Complete thread -- I was not suggesting dic didn't say with
Complete thread -- what's dictated next?
Complete thread -- I just sent it blank cause she just spelled "a - c - o - n" and said "with"--thanks
Complete thread -- albuterol inhaler, Aceon, with(and) 0.035 mg estradiol?
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- ferning
Complete thread -- AmniSure was weakly positive. (s/l) Furring was extremely positive.
Complete thread -- Never mind. It has to be.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!!
Complete thread -- stated up at Mayo jacks or Jax. Am I right in assuming that is Jacksonville?
Complete thread -- D: Albuterol inhaler a-c-o-n with 0.035 mg estradiol.
Complete thread -- I agree, plus we're right next to a dictating room so if we see them out there we can s.m.
Complete thread -- Her whole report was a mish-mush. She actually said - sm
Complete thread -- bipolar needs to be Roman bipolar II.
Complete thread -- It's probably FNA!!!!! Sorry.
Complete thread -- Okay, I get it now. Thanks. There's something missing gramaticaly in this whole doc's
Complete thread -- Thanks so much... I still need confirmation on this word!
Complete thread -- EXACT? :!!: !!!
Complete thread -- S/l "SMA or S&A or F and A, etc" biopsy of the right psoas muscle revealed intermedi
Complete thread -- Meaning to agree to it, be convinced by it. If it fits here, something missing
Complete thread -- Buy into...in the buying or selling sense..I don't buy that idea.
Complete thread -- I just came back to say I found it too. I must have made a
Complete thread -- Not Q, but if you google as two words, you find nothing. If you google as one
Complete thread -- Never heard this phrase before: *buy in to* or *by in to* please sm
Complete thread -- Well, I don't see how you didn't find it IF you googled physiomesh as you said you did.
Complete thread -- The vertebrae were changed in some way, so affected.
Complete thread -- trademark ETHICON PHYSIOMESH was filed on 2009-10-07 and assigned serial number 77843474.
Complete thread -- Such changes are present in the vertebrae adjacent to the affected disc.
Complete thread -- ETHICON PHYSIOMESH™. ETHICON PHYSIOMESH™
Complete thread -- s/l fizz-zee-oh mesh or physio mesh or ??...The only place
Complete thread -- I liked working in-house. I've chased many a doctor down to get a ? answered
Complete thread -- SCDs?
Complete thread -- TED hose? PAS hose -- pulsatile antimembolic sequential hose?
Complete thread -- C'mon, use common sense.
Complete thread -- Status post knee arthroscopy s/l Pet hose
Complete thread -- later in the report he says leg splitter, but that definitely was not what s.m.
Complete thread -- I work in house and that is not a problem to do that. we call docs if we're doing s.m.
Complete thread -- We used to call the OR all the time when we worked in-house. We knew them
Complete thread -- You actually called the OR? Aren't they a lil busy to be answering questions like this?
Complete thread -- dangit! I just sent it in. I had asked for samples and did a couple more reports and
Complete thread -- IF they don't know, and they are there.....---???
Complete thread -- patient is having surgery for severe GERD and a hiatal hernia, doc is giving info s.m
Complete thread -- a = singular OCPs = plural. something isn't being stated right by the doc
Complete thread -- Excellent carotid upstroke is noted bilaterally without carotid bruit.
Complete thread -- bet that is it, thanks to you both
Complete thread -- asterixis?
Complete thread -- asterixis
Complete thread -- Were they awaiting faxes on reports from another facility?? what is a slot? do you need
Complete thread -- 2nd article shown on googling that link shows an IUD used with this op
Complete thread -- A/P: Dysmenorrhea with a personal history of endometriosis. sm
Complete thread -- Neurologic: Her cranial nerves are intact. She has 5/5 strength in upper lower extr
Complete thread -- What is a slot? Makes no sense without some more meaningful context.
Complete thread -- Yes, I did try that and didn't see anything indicating that they were ...
Complete thread -- His *faxes* was obtained
Complete thread -- I didn't check it out any further than this, but - did you try this?
Complete thread -- "This is a 36-year-old female, who had a Monarch suburethral sling ...
Complete thread -- pleural makes no sense.
Complete thread -- and there is Fabere (would be pronounced as you have it)
Complete thread -- FABER test (Flexion Abduction External Rotation).
Complete thread -- after Patrick's maneuver, s/l "fabray's" test - help!
Complete thread -- TY - think I'll flag it nm
Complete thread -- Unless it is a neck wound, no, it doesn't. Woody induration is when
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- google - neck "woody induration"
Complete thread -- tumoricidal
Complete thread -- Pt with peritoneal cancer sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- i flagged as *abdominal wall* thank you
Complete thread -- I hated the axilla but it sounded so close. Will flag. She is new to me on a secondary.
Complete thread -- s/l woodiness
Complete thread -- definitely not axilla, context alone wouldn't fit...not sure what she's saying though.
Complete thread -- I like that much better than arthritis.
Complete thread -- oh, how about cardiorespiratory arrest?
Complete thread -- It does sound like cardio and then artheritis
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Not sure of axilla and dental.
Complete thread -- sorta sounds like "cardiorespiratory-itis" (sorry, can't be right tho)
Complete thread -- sounds like he starts with myocardial infarction. Not sure if he is changing his mind.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Final diagnoses on discharge, _____ septicemia
Complete thread -- in the abdominal one (meaning not in the cervical node mass)?
Complete thread -- eructation - burping.
Complete thread -- eructation?
Complete thread -- in the abdomen? or stuttering over adeno again?
Complete thread -- the primary was not to be found
Complete thread -- metastatic brain disease, _____ was not to be found
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- taking Pepcid but still having breakthrough reflux and issues with *arubatation**
Complete thread -- s/l * in the a-domino one* , any ideas?thanks
Complete thread -- 11.3 and she did something rectal bleeding. I don't hear MCV
Complete thread -- Recent hemoglobin was 11.3, MCV _____ because of rectal bleeding.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no history of drug abuse, no history of smoking, she said.
Complete thread -- No history of smoking, _____ diet.
Complete thread -- Makes sense, but maybe add a comma before "no matter...."
Complete thread -- if a child or teenager probably epiphyses
Complete thread -- sentence sounds a little off, make sense?
Complete thread -- physes? maybe trying to form plural of physis?
Complete thread -- 1% lido orally?
Complete thread -- s/l facies. maybe spaces?
Complete thread -- finding flow arrest
Complete thread -- All I can think of is FloSeal, but that doesn't fit your s/l
Complete thread -- Dexilent
Complete thread -- Upset stomach after eating. Pt given s/l dexalent. Aciphex did not work.
Complete thread -- LOL!! Clear as a bell now! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- take the "at" out
Complete thread -- ____ at 2.5 mm was put inside the artery to arrest the flow and 7-0 Prolene suture
Complete thread -- looks like "bottom line" might fit here, maybe
Complete thread -- The s/l "min-o-mine" is that this patient certainly does require a surgical
Complete thread -- Thank you i will relisten...
Complete thread -- tumors
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- bladder instilation see mesg tks
Complete thread -- ??Renavit?? see link
Complete thread -- yes, it is
Complete thread -- ipratropium - last one?
Complete thread -- looking for 2 drugs on this list.
Complete thread -- s/l "abdominal or pelvic surgery" to me
Complete thread -- As helper suggests, cortex could fit, but then you would
Complete thread -- blank is appendix surgery; though you may want to check the previous word(s)
Complete thread -- the old wav is still up
Complete thread -- She had a prior abdominal _______ surgery.
Complete thread -- you are welcome :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks Mgt's fan, that's it!
Complete thread -- Zaanstad?
Complete thread -- Chagas heart disease?
Complete thread -- Patient admitted with nonischemic cardiomyopathy and CHF...sm
Complete thread -- Maybe Rotterdam?
Complete thread -- Pt was a WWII veteran and saw combat in "saw and sands" in Holland. TIA
Complete thread -- maybe he is trying to say fluticasone?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! That's it.
Complete thread -- Brewers Yeast. check spelling.
Complete thread -- medication s/l "brewer-seest"
Complete thread -- sounds more like fluto-cono-zone... pretty clearly actually.
Complete thread -- problem with sound, but maybe fluconazole.
Complete thread -- missing one med- Wav sent
Complete thread -- misread the entry but looking up cortex, it could fit.
Complete thread -- if found sinus tract cords..going back for link
Complete thread -- right "soap" I wonder if he said salp(ingo-oophorectomy)
Complete thread -- since she had a right
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Forget it, sending to QA. More blanks further on anyway....Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- No, definitely no "c" sound in there. Sounds pretty clear both times he says it, but...
Complete thread -- soap = scope?
Complete thread -- Yep, that's it. Thank you! Any idea on the procedures?
Complete thread -- could it possibly be granulosa cell tumor?
Complete thread -- Got a new account with an ESL kicking my butt tonight, please sm...
Complete thread -- I don't know, but if "cannulation" is your subject, your verb needs to agree
Complete thread -- Your second sentence needs punctuation or something. I doubt the class became
Complete thread -- Good one..I've looking for natural treatments using cloves.
Complete thread -- cloths?
Complete thread -- towels makes sense but doesn't match your s/l
Complete thread -- the S sound is coming from duct"s", he is saying pleural, which makes sense
Complete thread -- win, it sounded like su to me so I looked up through supra doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- I was speaking with an older gentleman friend who was
Complete thread -- sl cloves
Complete thread -- your right, though i still think he is saying major or supra papilla
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- You left out the bile duct part?
Complete thread -- regular cannulation of the major papilla
Complete thread -- through papilla (also google cannulation bile duct through papilla)
Complete thread -- cannulation of the bile duct ______ papilla were unsuccessful
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- I think the second one means, as it continued to progress. As it progressed and as it cont
Complete thread -- If it clearly sounds like "hypo", then it is. You can have a thyroid gland present and
Complete thread -- Please clear your head and read my message above.
Complete thread -- While redundant, I don't think leaving it in is wrong.
Complete thread -- Don't you pity the poor patients who have no MT experience and are just trying to
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as is; who cares if he's repeating himself?, doesn't change what he wants to
Complete thread -- ESL with very strong accent - "Patient does not seem to
Complete thread -- it LOOKS like he's repeating himself, but does it SOUND like it? does he pause or change
Complete thread -- Never mind. I've gotta send it now. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- EEG help needed please. Starting with "As the recording progressed": is dictator
Complete thread -- ow sorry, just came back to check.. help is much appreciated.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Google. If fast-growing is your focus then be sure to include that.
Complete thread -- You are welcome!!!
Complete thread -- was flexed. Excess osteophytes were removed ... the drill was utilized
Complete thread -- It's a personal health issue. Not a report.
Complete thread -- flexed. Excess osteophytes were....The drill
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- link click the titles, they open Do you have a s/l ? maybe we can help that way.
Complete thread -- need surgery type
Complete thread -- Everything except look in a drug book under the S's?
Complete thread -- some kind of restraint device?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I had tried everything I could think of. nm
Complete thread -- informed of the risks.
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- succinylcholine?
Complete thread -- S/L sux-i-dental cholene. In allergy list. nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Prague or columnar metaplasia classification21 ... Savary-Miller grade 3 (table 3), Prague
Complete thread -- Found this "Barrett's esophagus is the Prague classification system of circumferential (CM
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- filshie clips
Complete thread -- Have no idea what those begin to represent? Is that supposed to be ICD-10 code? Where
Complete thread -- I need help researching fast-growing ovarian cysts. Where would I start? msg
Complete thread -- C-section with bilateral tubal ligation using s/l "fio-chet grips." Surgeon....
Complete thread -- how do you write this. pls sm.
Complete thread -- s/l tenadip
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- agree - muffled, and hard to be certain
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- That was my second guess "believed to be caused" but is a little muffled.
Complete thread -- s/l "This is believed to be caused by the radiation treatment...."
Complete thread -- WAG. because of radiation treatment she got after resection
Complete thread -- Anesthesia is MAC with local standby. This is correct. sm
Complete thread -- second blank treatment
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- cone-shaped specimen (it's modifying specimen)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Mild modifications of medications were made.
Complete thread -- Modifications to her medication were made.
Complete thread -- I don't recommend putting something that is not dictated.
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? thyroid surgery. What state is this doc in? Sounds so familiar.
Complete thread -- ? Lumbar puncture. Should that be droop.
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks!
Complete thread -- looks like blend.
Complete thread -- following her ??? surgery
Complete thread -- 16 month old refusing to walk, left-sided facial drop sm
Complete thread -- LEEP procedure. A small loop was used to remove the local negative transitional zone
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
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Complete thread -- Of course you would Win, but you would be wrong.
Complete thread -- I'd put: ANESTHESIA: Local with standby (MAC)
Complete thread -- just the moved/dropped - i couldn't hear but in context I imagine it w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wasn't sure because he doesn't usually correct himself like that. He usually
Complete thread -- I'd change. that's the way my doctors correct itself. Anesthesia is MAC with local
Complete thread -- Er--that should say anesthesia.
Complete thread -- I'm doing an op report and the doctor just said "Anesthia is local with sedation.
Complete thread -- Yes! thanks!
Complete thread -- menopause?
Complete thread -- sorry. i forgot to include the blank. I couln't hear the word before heartburn.
Complete thread -- What is the question? There are some night sweats... something about heartburn
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- I agree with the above poster. Hospitals have more than 1 OR, they only have 1 ER.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Do they really only have one operating room there? How odd.
Complete thread -- RAI therapy does not remove thyroid. I agree ^^ check med list
Complete thread -- Patient may need to return?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I couldn't hear enough to even do a proper search. I kept on hearing
Complete thread -- Skeletal maturity can be assessed by the Risser sign. A radiograph is employed to see how
Complete thread -- Risser 5
Complete thread -- She certainly must be a Risser 5 (or V, might double check) at this point
Complete thread -- Scoliosis check- Wav sent.
Complete thread -- A thyroid can be enlarged from a cold even. Not trying to lead you one way or the other.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Mycelex Troche ?
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and type in card* and see what comes up. There is nothing that sounds
Complete thread -- I would go with the above poster. There are too many possibles. If he does not state
Complete thread -- The goal of any oral thrush treatment is to stop the rapid spread of the fungus, but the b
Complete thread -- I had the same problem but it does sound like he is saying mucinex. Any other ideas for
Complete thread -- Thrush is caused by a fungus. I doubt it.
Complete thread -- I see the 2 words found on a webpage, but if you actually check the pages, there
Complete thread -- is mucinex used to treat thrush? I am seeing some connection on google
Complete thread -- i cannot hear that. it still sounds like cardeveal
Complete thread -- her thyroid is definitely still in. on examination he states that she has bilateral
Complete thread -- I guess if you can't clearly hear one/the other, considering all the variables, I'd flag
Complete thread -- No. I would not assume that. Maybe she did have that and had her thyroid removed and
Complete thread -- Graves disease is an autoimmune disorder that leads to overactivity
Complete thread -- I have Graves and hypothyroidism (SM)
Complete thread -- Under Plan: Pt. may need Retluden. Doc spelled it but can't document. sm
Complete thread -- You are a doll! Thanks for being so kind in trying to understand my e ...
Complete thread -- I think extended-release is a compound word and gets hyphenated either way
Complete thread -- it seems to me that it shoudl be hyperthryoidism. can i just assume that is what doctor
Complete thread -- Good thought, thanks.
Complete thread -- most common cause of exophthalmos is Graves' disease, overactivity of the thyroid gland.
Complete thread -- Check the med list for thyroid medications
Complete thread -- wouldn't MRI ruled out be a totally separate diagnosis... You might could use ()
Complete thread -- doctor keeps talking about exophthalmus, CHF, thyromegaly and what s/l hypothyroidism
Complete thread -- Yes, as it is part of the name. You would not cap an ERCP was done in the operating room,
Complete thread -- Ok, I appreciate the backup. Thank you again.
Complete thread -- OK. Really shouldn't matter. it is dropped. period. how about that.
Complete thread -- I do because it denotes a specific emergency room and not a generic one.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE:A video image fiberoptic endoscopic retrograde cholangiogram was performed
Complete thread -- I am leaning toward none of them.
Complete thread -- carvedilol. They pronounce this drug 100 different ways.
Complete thread -- How about Pfannenstiel incision
Complete thread -- arrythmia drug s/l cardivel
Complete thread -- semicolons in a list with internal commas. Because only the first item had the comma
Complete thread -- Actually, the BoS dropped it because the scientific community dropped it first.
Complete thread -- Also, things that are 2 words that form an entity, like self-esteem (or any self word)
Complete thread -- First, thank you all for the help. I also did specify that the way I ...
Complete thread -- listened to wav, it is tense
Complete thread -- dense?
Complete thread -- medial and lateral gaze?
Complete thread -- The BoS in the 3rd ED, has dropped the need for any hyphen connecting
Complete thread -- 20 mg tablets, 20-inch table.
Complete thread -- no hyphen after metric, so no 20-mg tablets, but you with if it was 20-inch table.
Complete thread -- blurred vision on extreme lateral gaze came up when I googled using a wild card for your
Complete thread -- ? blurred vision, mainly on lateral gaze ?
Complete thread -- s/l There was a tense, tight stricture
Complete thread -- I am in need of your expertise!
Complete thread -- moistened Betadine gauze _______ tight stricture
Complete thread -- s/l menu and lateral gaze
Complete thread -- NEVER say definitely not. I DO hear it now. Thanks! Weird that I immediately
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, still s/l sheener. He's so fast. Probably is cesarian.
Complete thread -- It definitely wasn't uterine, listened for that
Complete thread -- lol, well it's a cesarean procedure so that's likely. Almost done. Will go back to listen
Complete thread -- on your link - uterine comes up, maybe close to s/l also
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- ??cesarean?? when I googled exact phrase with wild card.."low
Complete thread -- A low transverse s/l "sheener" incision was made...
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Easy Street®. Located in the therapy gym, Easy Street® is designed to offer ...
Complete thread -- I think passed. Never mind. like flunk or pass
Complete thread -- Easy street. Found references that this is a rehab. Passed? Past
Complete thread -- What IS the s/l though? that whole segment or are you looking for 1 word such as moved -
Complete thread -- Yes, it makes sense, and I looked it up to be sure
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Veins were imaged to the level of the proximal PTA.
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- Perhaps the statement "Probably (it being melena) related to his
Complete thread -- NM, he is stumbling over hiatal hernia
Complete thread -- I don't know about other poster, but I can't figure out
Complete thread -- orhtospine
Complete thread -- BIO-A mesh
Complete thread -- the doc says, "moved, dropped or something else" ?? or you're asking for a s/l?
Complete thread -- 13 yo with melena after football game . . . see msg.
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- She's just stumbling, says he does, he does not smoke or drink.
Complete thread -- fairly large *Steinhorn* hernia and also had a periumbilical hernia.
Complete thread -- Wav sent. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I would put one after stay.
Complete thread -- don't think so
Complete thread -- gouty
Complete thread -- However, the patient has significant elevated uric acid of 12.1 and wi ...
Complete thread -- Should there be any commas in the brain part below?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- said war which went from the time my oldest son was 6 until he was almost 18!!
Complete thread -- yes, but should read 25-50K -- comma after bacteria
Complete thread -- I'd show it as you have it here as it is specified as part of the title of that undeclared
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- anybody still around? Korean Conflict or Korean conflict? sm
Complete thread -- I think that is it! thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Just "denies."
Complete thread -- IT? information technology, a.k.a. a geek squad/computer repair type
Complete thread -- patient works as an "IP guy"? the guy part is clear, but not the IP...
Complete thread -- Medications: Is she saying "he denies?"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I googled "cannulation of bile duct * papilla" and got:
Complete thread -- natural?
Complete thread -- missed beats
Complete thread -- misbeats or missed beats
Complete thread -- Ty. I will be sending you the mail in a short while using Mgtsfan <attherate>
Complete thread -- Regular cannulation of the bile duct *through* papilla
Complete thread -- s/l natially
Complete thread -- address below will do it...
Complete thread -- Hi Billybob, I want to send you an e-mail, can I send it billybob<attherate>
Complete thread -- Hi Mgt :-)
Complete thread -- long shot, but that could be it.
Complete thread -- not "the woks," but "ewoks," cultural allusion to Star Wars movie trilogy.
Complete thread -- more likely to be - quantify the level
Complete thread -- It seems that lately the patient became psychotic again, and he was unable to track,
Complete thread -- This will be followed by MSLT to rule out narcolepsy and ________ leve ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- predispose
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- I believe you are right. Thank you!
Complete thread -- guessing - 2nd s/l = ophthalmic ?
Complete thread -- S/l "Neo-Poly-M-Bac" (I find without "M"?). Also, s/l "Halmick" lubricant
Complete thread -- check out lunula (the half moon on your fingernail)
Complete thread -- Tip of finger avulsed at "lunial" level.
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- I'd guess your doc can't spell and he means Santyl
Complete thread -- We will discontinue s/l "sen-to," Spelled by doc as S-A-N-T-O-Y-O use for abdominal
Complete thread -- As well, they are coming in for a cardiac consultation, so again, intermittent claudica
Complete thread -- Do you know the patient doesn't have intermittent claudication? They are on Plavix too,
Complete thread -- GOOGLE says the drug is for intermittent claudication; don't think that would fit.
Complete thread -- I have not run out of space in over ten years
Complete thread -- cilostazol
Complete thread -- yes, abdominal pain and asked for a cardiac consultation. Not so much help.
Complete thread -- I was thinking maybe Celexa and Celexa is on the list of hospital
Complete thread -- multi-agent chemotherapeutic regimen.
Complete thread -- need to take out "of" after the comma following complete: sm
Complete thread -- ? chemotherapeutic regimen
Complete thread -- don't you have any diagnoses to give us for some sort of help?
Complete thread -- I use PC Shorthand and renew my contract with them yearly; next best thing to the old PRD.
Complete thread -- s/l selosa-zalder
Complete thread -- IMO, autocorrect is useless compared to Instant Text. It can do SOOOO much.
Complete thread -- I've used it. Not real helpful to me since I have only 5 doctors
Complete thread -- We will continue oral capecitabine. If this does not work or if her creatinine
Complete thread -- i think faherty's shoes
Complete thread -- did they say how it was resolved? If fluids, that would be hypo
Complete thread -- in pennsylvania somewhere
Complete thread -- I use it. First of all, it can add tons more entries than Autocorrect. With
Complete thread -- Do you think that'd be a local orthotics place? Sounds like it. Where?
Complete thread -- i have referred him to s/l ferrity shoes for those orthotics
Complete thread -- has anyone ever used instant text?
Complete thread -- all dr. said was hypo/hypertension resolved (no antihypertensives either)
Complete thread -- sorry I didn't come back - it was a discharge summary and no vitals in report.
Complete thread -- You would think that if the patient was either one, there would have been
Complete thread -- More often I hear that with hypotension (sm)
Complete thread -- wouldn't that be nice! LOL - thanks
Complete thread -- Could be either one. If they took a blood pressure, it should become clear.
Complete thread -- s/l "flow-pa-dovarin," kinda looks like Fondaparinux (Aristra)
Complete thread -- no southern accent. He had the fast accent, tho!
Complete thread -- did you get it?
Complete thread -- can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- would patient more likley have hyper or hypotension if dehyrated? (hits for both)
Complete thread -- YW...just curious, did the doc have a Southern accent?
Complete thread -- I think we should consider ***F in hella mass mus*** once her INR is below 1.5
Complete thread -- that sounds like it- tx!
Complete thread -- Hawkins test?
Complete thread -- shoulder pain, positive impingement,"arcan" test.
Complete thread -- got it - egg bur
Complete thread -- maxillofacial surgery instrument, s/l "egg-beer" pls sm
Complete thread -- NM, got it. PleurX
Complete thread -- This patient had a "pro-ex" catheter inserted in the right chest for recurrent
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- scout
Complete thread -- s/l scalp fluoroscopy
Complete thread -- I looked for treatment used for myelofibrosis (bone marrow disorder) sm
Complete thread -- ? mupirocin
Complete thread -- resting energy requirements, but I am not sure enough...makes sense, though.
Complete thread -- Sorry, but no ideas on this.
Complete thread -- is colic or colicky in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- pt w/ hypomagnesemia, "we will replace and put the pt on s/l RERs. - sm
Complete thread -- Sending on now...thanks
Complete thread -- *hospitalization....also has atrial fibrillation Thanks
Complete thread -- "like-is" concentrate 2 tabs just listed in med list. Post CVA hospitalizan. Thanks.
Complete thread -- 2-wk-old fussy baby . . . ESL
Complete thread -- yah i think that's gotta be it, thanks.
Complete thread -- Sure it isn't 250 cc an hour?
Complete thread -- IV normal saline 200 cc per hour . . Is this normal?
Complete thread -- WAG... regurgitation when lying flat?
Complete thread -- Due to the issues with recurrent <_____>laying flat. We will ...
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- hespan
Complete thread -- libido?
Complete thread -- radical prostatectomy thinking about your s/l
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- TY. Flagging it.
Complete thread -- s/l "part"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cosyntropin stimulation test
Complete thread -- we may HAVE
Complete thread -- fluoxetine
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- I put pellet-like
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- He describes a small s/l pelletie stool. (How do I spell that correctly?) lol
Complete thread -- Never mind; I see from archives that it is AWAS protocol.
Complete thread -- s/l "WAS" protocol for alcohol withdrawal.
Complete thread -- hmm hard one. I looked at onelook.com found prions & pterion
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- and if PSA of 1 than it is currently.
Complete thread -- MP3 help
Complete thread -- ANC=absolute neutrophil count
Complete thread -- regularly
Complete thread -- meant to type raw edges, masses, or bleeding. nm
Complete thread -- I can only think of "period" -- raw edges, masses. or bleeding. nm
Complete thread -- stop sometime and really think on it. What in the world does sm
Complete thread -- I must not be reading right? Aricept IS used for Alzheimer
Complete thread -- s/l perions?
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down on my brain word list "thanks"
Complete thread -- I don't know if that is what he said, but it makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- wag - dextran?
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- 20/400 (first number always 20). count fingers. eliciting a response.
Complete thread -- posted a wav
Complete thread -- yikes. ophthalmology. camp fingers?? please sm
Complete thread -- kidney transplant. tp received 2 units of packed red cells plsm
Complete thread -- I'm sending it in. Thanks
Complete thread -- The first one is EBV.
Complete thread -- I googled DIG ultrasound, but didn't investigate to see if
Complete thread -- Oriented to date, time, s/l "concept" and place. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- s/l "A B uh ABB PCF" and CMV PCR are pending.
Complete thread -- guessing "clods" might be "clots"? little clots? no idea on the "snod bed"
Complete thread -- Thanks, it was right there but I just couldn't pull it out of my head. :)
Complete thread -- Puncture?
Complete thread -- de novo
Complete thread -- re coronary cath s/l de nouveau lesions
Complete thread -- And you still haven't learned English punctuation, lol.
Complete thread -- he was being treated s/l "ree-quit-ly" for CMV colitis
Complete thread -- The patient denies any complaints of fevers. He denies any complaints ...
Complete thread -- Med s/l "flow-pa-dovarin"
Complete thread -- thanks all. guess my thinking it was "dried" threw me off on the next syllable.
Complete thread -- not dried - "dry desquamation"
Complete thread -- "dry desquamation"
Complete thread -- WAV. patient with skin reaction to chemoradiation.
Complete thread -- Again s/l "A and I"
Complete thread -- Dr. Doctor ordered an ultrasound D-I-G (letters/spelled) w/no suspicious findings in
Complete thread -- thanks for the help - I had to flag it
Complete thread -- Yes, never had this esl and trying to make him harder than what he really is I guess.
Complete thread -- significantly elevated WBC count with 90% "A and eye" concerning for leukemia.
Complete thread -- could it be ferrous something?
Complete thread -- saying your s/l out loud - limited to his room as of the moment because...
Complete thread -- The patient will be limited to "his rumus of the moment" because of his present condi
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "extended lytes" - heard of this?
Complete thread -- Of course, thanks.
Complete thread -- peritoneum on the right side had just a slow s/l "punc-shet" ooze
Complete thread -- stumped on a drug, s/l Aricept pls sm
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!
Complete thread -- Osmoprep
Complete thread -- arterial line, preipheral versus central maybe? patient can have both
Complete thread -- I don't think so.
Complete thread -- An "A-line" was placed and a central line was placed
Complete thread -- s/l Asmore prep for colonoscopy causes hives. (sorry...missed that part)
Complete thread -- ESL - s/l Asmore prep for colonoscopy. (under allergies)
Complete thread -- She had bilateral cervical and "near cervical" lymphadenopathy. ok? (ESL)
Complete thread -- PGY-1 (postgraduate year 1)
Complete thread -- Maybe so, thanks.
Complete thread -- pager 1 (PGR1) resident would be who floor nurse calls first wouldn't it
Complete thread -- Dictated by s/l "PGR1" (resident)
Complete thread -- Good show!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think that could be it.
Complete thread -- WAG... impetus?
Complete thread -- truly a WAG...?high potential?
Complete thread -- Could have been. Flagged and sent already. Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l "i-po-tens". SM
Complete thread -- disregard
Complete thread -- parafalcine was it! TY!
Complete thread -- check out Baerfeldt
Complete thread -- probable parafalcine calcified meningioma?
Complete thread -- found it
Complete thread -- a jaw cyst??
Complete thread -- Keith needle
Complete thread -- I'm sure he's saying patient's prostate.
Complete thread -- TURP again: Resection was initially begun on the patient's right hand side
Complete thread -- closed the subcutaneous tissue with 4-0 s/l "sweep needle."
Complete thread -- s/l bear-feld?
Complete thread -- s/l ** ay - jaw - sus **
Complete thread -- TURP. The posterior region was remarkable for regrowth of the
Complete thread -- jealous as usual. You must be a joy to be around, yuck
Complete thread -- something like internal policy and procedures (but a guess) sm
Complete thread -- link with picture (how to find for next time? Google.com enter sm
Complete thread -- here is the rest....... allergic rhinitis. Medications include metoprolol,
Complete thread -- History of lichen planus, ADHD, hypertension, GERD, depression/anxiety and allergic
Complete thread -- Yeah I saw that too.
Complete thread -- though sometimes there is a generic name which is the same for a
Complete thread -- using a tumescent (need the noun form) with ...etc ..was tumesced as the ..
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- using a *tum essence* with normal saline .... the GSV was *tum essed*
Complete thread -- hospital/*eye pros* internal inquiries
Complete thread -- There is reference to cleaning loose areolar tissue off the rectus sheath
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Do you think they'd say "alveolar" tissue in abdominoplasty procedure?
Complete thread -- DRUJ
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for that.
Complete thread -- no s/l "deary jane" instability.
Complete thread -- Overt (___) of malignancy
Complete thread -- I think it's just fascia. Maybe stumbling or just added sound. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Procedure: Abdominoplasty with plication of rectus "per phazia" (something fascia?)
Complete thread -- is it double lumen PowerPort or double lumen power port? tks
Complete thread -- It is: atypical carcinoid
Complete thread -- tipid rings = tympanic membranes??
Complete thread -- as dictated.
Complete thread -- a left lingula wedge resection for an *incapable* carcinoma by Dr. X
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- not as hopeless "as much as before." Isn't "as hopeless as before" sufficient?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- (actually child is 8 months old - sorry)
Complete thread -- no, has to be metastasis
Complete thread -- 2yo w/fever, no past history, takes s/l by-ness-a-leen 125 mg bid (& folic acid)
Complete thread -- Sure is, and here every day for someone to do her work for her
Complete thread -- Pappadeaux maybe?
Complete thread -- thank you very much, that was it
Complete thread -- solitary metastasis, can it ever be solitary metastases (just wondering)
Complete thread -- s/l pompodos
Complete thread -- primary?
Complete thread -- Always wants to be right, always wants last word, always wants to justify!
Complete thread -- working as an MT.
Complete thread -- ESL, s/l peery/period repair, pls sm for context
Complete thread -- unless client instructs otherwise, BoS recommends 12 x 12 x 11 mm (2nd Edition)
Complete thread -- type like this 12 mm x 10 mm x 11 mm or
Complete thread -- ohhhhh my, you stew too much, too often, forget itttttttt
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- stemming from, not coming from.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Are you a working MT?
Complete thread -- flat feet and ....
Complete thread -- 4 year what? Just curious
Complete thread -- I didn't hear wav, but usually hear VLDL (very low LDHL) sm
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- nasion
Complete thread -- s/l ** may - zee - on ** Oral Surgery
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- What comes before that?
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- travel
Complete thread -- what history he is talking about ?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- irritation at the end of the long one...
Complete thread -- cancer staging question -
Complete thread -- median and ulnar somatosensory?
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- get the Ortho/Neuro Words and Phrases book put out by HPI
Complete thread -- Nope
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sural?
Complete thread -- sural
Complete thread -- think he is saying on a treadmill for 8
Complete thread -- from 16 recently to 8, and he feels significally -- probably the number of pills rather sm
Complete thread -- He exercises and it actually starts ? I think corrects herself.
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ulnar --- sensory studies
Complete thread -- Ahhh, yes. Thanks
Complete thread -- Believe need hyphen for post-dates for clarity. Then sm
Complete thread -- macroglossia?
Complete thread -- ... and they do give him a little bit of trouble going to bed.
Complete thread -- and they do give him a little bit of trouble going to bed
Complete thread -- s/l macro-boss'-ee-a
Complete thread -- delete the rest
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- maybe someone knows this regional local employer near Portland, OR
Complete thread -- Lordy, posted and then found them all and I had searched before posting.
Complete thread -- :) pls
Complete thread -- :) pls
Complete thread -- :) pls
Complete thread -- post-date induction (induction after due date)
Complete thread -- :) pls
Complete thread -- :) pls
Complete thread -- prednisone from *16 to recently to 8* and he feels significantly better
Complete thread -- low flap transverse cesarean section.
Complete thread -- Thanks both.
Complete thread -- probably antibiotic bead
Complete thread -- VBAC. Found one.
Complete thread -- need a comma instead of a period after metastasectomy
Complete thread -- primary s/l luta transverse cesarean section.s/l postdates. s/l V bac.
Complete thread -- comma after "irrigation, debridement, left foot irrigation and debridement,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- maybe MSSA and pseudomonas?
Complete thread -- Very muffled dictation. Cannot hear if he is saying "feed" or "seed."
Complete thread -- Diagnosis is "MSSAN" pseudomonas pneumonia. (he's def. saying the N; I need to expand
Complete thread -- atypia??
Complete thread -- tnx so much!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- no comma. Maybe said tetanus and then corrected himself.
Complete thread -- Small metal markers (fiducials) made out of gold, surgically implanted
Complete thread -- gold fiducials?
Complete thread -- everolimus
Complete thread -- s/l avirilinus - second line therapy sm
Complete thread -- THX
Complete thread -- Nevermind, finally found it in an older report.
Complete thread -- s/l golfilicious? s/m
Complete thread -- Anal cancer. Radiation, chemotherapy and a s/l flap.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- from what I can find on googling, tetanus is the disease and
Complete thread -- He is using fundi in the sense of the subcategory of funduscopic
Complete thread -- Many thanks
Complete thread -- 3 things..Gamma Knife is a trademarked name, trunnion (with 3 n's) and
Complete thread -- s/l *Fundi disks were flat vessels were normal*, I can't figure this out.
Complete thread -- allergy - wonder if this is a stumble? (thank you)
Complete thread -- History of ____ in the GE junction.
Complete thread -- I would think "in" ....see link....as the LLQ is
Complete thread -- got it, it is shape of the defect
Complete thread -- then the graft was contoured to *save* defect
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see link patellar grind test, also called patellofemoral grind test AKA Clark's test
Complete thread -- BCR-ABL and JAK2
Complete thread -- I have two s/l. "B-sera-able" and "jack 2"
Complete thread -- Donor site covered?
Complete thread -- thickness. _______ with Tegaderm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- To: nm from yesterday's discussion of loop/loupe
Complete thread -- I hear it now. Thank you!
Complete thread -- patellar grind test or patella grind test?
Complete thread -- limit. Gas exchange
Complete thread -- ? enterocele
Complete thread -- At this time?
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- vagina, and pelvic support reveal a small asymptomatic s/l anerocele.
Complete thread -- <_____> with the patient’s symptoms I will touch base with her ...
Complete thread -- radiolabeled technetium.
Complete thread -- ....and allow the myocardial infarction to declare itself?
Complete thread -- The patient had been injected with s/l radially looked technitium?
Complete thread -- WAGs welcome . . .
Complete thread -- Thx to all!
Complete thread -- I definitely hear something before squat. I will just flag it.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- s/l axis line, do not normally do gamma knife so struggling with this
Complete thread -- Unless the patient is a female, "man" makes sense.
Complete thread -- I would probably put a comma after nausea but it's OK as is
Complete thread -- He is heavyset man, squat neck. ??
Complete thread -- ??? " He is a heavyset man with a squat neck"
Complete thread -- Punctuation question....
Complete thread -- Since it is a culture, maybe abbreviating Candida albicans?
Complete thread -- He is heavyset, s/l "man" squat neck. I think we will get a sleep study to be (sm)
Complete thread -- opps sorry bout typing client specs... i need a cup of coffee fast!
Complete thread -- client specs.. now it's very clear.. thanks much!
Complete thread -- stabs (bands/stabs immature forms of neutrophils) -nm
Complete thread -- I KNOW! You and me both. Its so frustrating. I think he's stumbling over attempting to
Complete thread -- The paramedics were called.
Complete thread -- Paramedics were called - period (very clear - also, you left the patient's name in wav)
Complete thread -- occasional? Not much like your s/l though
Complete thread -- one last wav pls.
Complete thread -- Oh, yes! ackkkkk. I'm waiting for my coffee to get done. I think I won't come back here
Complete thread -- thanks much!
Complete thread -- Sam's Town - a hotel/casino in Las Vegas
Complete thread -- __ s/l c a white blood cells
Complete thread -- You want to try for Nevada?
Complete thread -- I mean Navada. sheesh. Early
Complete thread -- s/l staphs 4%
Complete thread -- you can google cities in Las Vegas, get a list and look under S
Complete thread -- Your s/l sounds like ectopy or ectopic, but that doesn't fit, and I can't seem to get past
Complete thread -- help with name of place, wav posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- we will watch for any peripheral edema?
Complete thread -- There is reasonably good exercise tolerance is the second blank
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- it does have a short part then cuts off. Also does not repeat-don't think your efforts
Complete thread -- It won't work. I am not sure what is wronge.
Complete thread -- now have short WAV that cuts off abruptly, also does not repeat x3 as usual
Complete thread -- I actually posted BEFORE the question but I am not sure what happened.
Complete thread -- s/l -- "eck-toe-put" -- SEE MESSAGE
Complete thread -- LOL. She should do that *before* posting.
Complete thread -- Shoulda done it first thing before coming here. Know your terms. Infra
Complete thread -- nothing - maybe the OP is getting ready to post new WAV
Complete thread -- Well what do you hear now? Now I hear nothing.
Complete thread -- don't know - but I heard the wav when you said you didn't
Complete thread -- NOW I'm hearing the last one, which I was not hearing previously.
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- vertigo sensation or to (___) changes from increased diuresis
Complete thread -- oh for crying out loud - of course! (coffee has not kicked in yet)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- She (is?) on an ACE inhibitor but she has been on this for a number of years" - don't know
Complete thread -- can u post mp3 or any s/l ?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing a different wav
Complete thread -- excellent?
Complete thread -- no but i will - thank you
Complete thread -- was placed on amoxicillin. (___) that she has been on this for a number
Complete thread -- Patient has "extent" dorsiflexion. Can heel-toe walk. He is status post heel cord
Complete thread -- did you try to remove those hyphens from your s/l and google?
Complete thread -- Yes that's it. I was about to send it. Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- No neuropraxia of the "in-frap-a-talar" nerve
Complete thread -- wait.. I think it is... communicative
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- need more context.. age, m/f, any Dx etc..
Complete thread -- TY flagging it.
Complete thread -- check out Parlodel (for Parkinson)
Complete thread -- no idea..
Complete thread -- mp3 help.
Complete thread -- See link. sm
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Renal consult - s/l reset osmo stat ?
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- She is minimally tender in the left lower quadrant "and/in" pelvic area.
Complete thread -- I flagged, on second listen, think it was at costal margin. Thanks.
Complete thread -- H&P patient admitted with abdominal pain, etiology unclear at this time...
Complete thread -- wav file help.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Sounded like OT to me, but I'm sure I'm way too late. nm
Complete thread -- (steen, I now have read whole thread, and still believe you need "rhythmicity," meaning
Complete thread -- Don't count me in it. I skip those mp3 questions now, lol.
Complete thread -- Fluoroplex cream refill? or Fluoroplex cream p.r.n.?
Complete thread -- (not the teeniest idea! You might need to provide whole sentence, i.e., words SM
Complete thread -- Yeah, we just can't seem to keep ourselves from helping out and training our
Complete thread -- Fluoroplex cream _s/l "pill"_
Complete thread -- (agree w/ steen,) needed word = "rhythmicity," important in assessing whether phenomenon=
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1st one "LDL fair" 2nd one is "profile for measurement of.."
Complete thread -- thank u
Complete thread -- second blank is "for measurement" Boy, this guy's voice sounds very familiar
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- LOL. That particular OP couldn't care less about messing up your mp3
Complete thread -- s/l OFT is there an orthotics place locally by that name?
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- actually, is just: recorded on the ED PowerNotes chart
Complete thread -- Thank you So Much! :-)
Complete thread -- Hidey, Ms fan!!!:-)
Complete thread -- He just dictated in wrong order. WBC=9100, plts=28,000 if # was heard accurately.
Complete thread -- got it. ED PowerNotes
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- (Kobelt is new to me. Sometimes Bochdalek goes "hand-in-hand" w/ Morgagni...?
Complete thread -- (Kobelt is new to me. Sometimes Bochdalek goes "hand-in-hand" w/ Morgagni...?
Complete thread -- Hi Mgt :-)
Complete thread -- hearing.. ED, *there* in his chart (but again, not sure) pls let us know your QA's take
Complete thread -- if he has additional bleeding, a left-sided surgery may also be necessary
Complete thread -- (sorry, but I'm unable to tune into celestial sounds at present
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- haustra? of large bowel? Appy is NOT always in the expected position,
Complete thread -- Yes, distinguishing can be a very tough issue for the radiologist, especially
Complete thread -- if he has additional bleeding (...) that site
Complete thread -- pl sm surgery help pls
Complete thread -- btw, it's: Part of the problem...
Complete thread -- they were just guessing, based on my s/l of "evar, ebr." sounds kind of
Complete thread -- excuse me, but you stepped on my MP3, which I'm reposting now.
Complete thread -- help with
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- Good Idea. (at present Margaret can hear neither.)
Complete thread -- EMR=logical. If OP/QA=certain it is EPR, then consider P=?=prior?personal?past? PH?
Complete thread -- oh, wait, Mgt's fan can't hear WAVs, I forgot. re-sending 2nd one as an MP3.
Complete thread -- just got it again (dang; thought this would happen with this one). sending as a WAV.
Complete thread -- sounds like *EMR* though not sure..
Complete thread -- sending to QA. will post back if I get feedback. QA guessed EPR, for
Complete thread -- Wow. I'm impressed. Thank you!
Complete thread -- MP3. ER report...
Complete thread -- what does it sound like
Complete thread -- agree; google search - pelvic "cyst of morgagni" "cyst of *"
Complete thread -- could say "without pain; otherwise, no tenderness is noted"
Complete thread -- poor grammar but I have one doc who dictates exactly the same way, can change to otherwise
Complete thread -- cyst of Kobelt
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Wow, no thank you for those who tried to help you?
Complete thread -- Pelvic: Had bilateral cysts of s/l Kobal removed, as well as cyst of Morgagni.
Complete thread -- Gave him a blank.
Complete thread -- Glucotrol XL (glipizide)
Complete thread -- Glucotrol XL (glipizide)
Complete thread -- GlipiZIDE XL? glipizide XL?
Complete thread -- a premature contact is fine. I agree that areas is probably correct
Complete thread -- "a premature contact" then lists 4 areas and says "area". Is this
Complete thread -- It really does not sound like anything that everyone suggested,
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- any additional cavitary pulmonary, _____ or GI complaints.
Complete thread -- eructation?
Complete thread -- sounds like fructasia. I might just send in with a blank.
Complete thread -- both dxs 2 and 3 refer back to diagnosis #1
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- that's horrible... only thing I think I hear is "pulmonary complaints"
Complete thread -- ty kindly.
Complete thread -- Looks OK to me; would put a comma after area tho'
Complete thread -- ok, tx
Complete thread -- New to oromaxillofacial department. see context.
Complete thread -- Denies additional _____ pulmonary, _____ , GI complaints. _____
Complete thread -- Because of the history of chest pain they transferred him to XXX.
Complete thread -- dysphagia?
Complete thread -- tracheal ectasia?
Complete thread -- what did you get?
Complete thread -- No but I got it. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- He has a history...
Complete thread -- has a
Complete thread -- no problems with swallowing or s/l (something) ectasia
Complete thread -- Check link
Complete thread -- He was discussing this with the physician at XXX. _____ history of chest pain
Complete thread -- The only #1 there is.
Complete thread -- protein-to-creatinine ratio. might help you find reference ranges
Complete thread -- first of all urine protein goes together. Urine protein to creatinine ratio is 90:92. sm
Complete thread -- in assessment doctor dictated as 1. Moderately severe restrictive ...
Complete thread -- s/l co-vee-uh, Kerlix, and Coban
Complete thread -- How to write this lab value
Complete thread -- maybe not... :-(
Complete thread -- I completely overlooked that it is per the daughter.. so not sure, I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- note is taking about skull sutures (anatomy)
Complete thread -- "prematurely fused" could make sense, if we had the whole context
Complete thread -- or 3 and 4 years
Complete thread -- That is why we are asking you to cite your source.
Complete thread -- omg..don't EVER use google that way. sm to see how they got confusion
Complete thread -- You're welcome, I guess some MDs think of EKGs as part of lab work.
Complete thread -- How old is the patient?
Complete thread -- yah, especially since he's got delayed development. Maybe means 30 and 40 months?
Complete thread -- Altho the more I think about it re-fuse doesn't make sense..I withdraw that part
Complete thread -- This is exactly what I hear sm
Complete thread -- I tried looking for rhythmicity..nothing..where did you find that?
Complete thread -- That is it. He threw me off because he put it in the middle of all the bloodwork part sm
Complete thread -- I was thinking prematurely re-fused (not 'or') as well.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking prematurlely re-fused.
Complete thread -- He's saying: "Past Surgical History: 1." U really need to post more of preceding sentenc
Complete thread -- what jd said.
Complete thread -- first thot was adventitious...but with no context, don't know if it fits
Complete thread -- Not much to go on but NSR and LVH look like cardiac terms - normal sinus rhythm, left sm
Complete thread -- EKG: NSR (normal sinus rhythm), LVH (left ventricular hypertrophy)
Complete thread -- absolutely agree with "re-fused"
Complete thread -- Sodium 142, potassium 3.6, chloride 105, anion gap 12, calcium 9, bicarbonate 29, sm
Complete thread -- Yes, linear opacities. Thanks, everyone! nm
Complete thread -- Ooops, I read your question wrong. NO comma after today - I thought you were
Complete thread -- linear opacities
Complete thread -- linear opacities?
Complete thread -- something opacities? lucencies and opacities?
Complete thread -- A chest x-ray, PA and lateral, done 11/11/2008 showed s/l "leeniopasties" at base
Complete thread -- i.e., involuntary rhythmic oscillation of the eyeballs (and hence.. rhythmicity?)
Complete thread -- I think "refused" in this case means the body rejected it, not "fused again"
Complete thread -- no comma after today
Complete thread -- provide a reference, book, link--something that would document that
Complete thread -- Okay thanks.
Complete thread -- noted previously?
Complete thread -- maybe he was referring to nystagmus (after head injury).. so you are correct.
Complete thread -- ooops - but I can't tell what is being said after that.
Complete thread -- Is: he has an erythematous scaly plaque on the right elbow - a complete sentence?
Complete thread -- I hear Past Surgical History
Complete thread -- Past medical history: _____
Complete thread -- need comma?
Complete thread -- not sure what you mean - "document this"?
Complete thread -- Onelook was what helped me get the word...then listened to the report...
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- well, hopefully nobody would "confuse" the examples from BOS when in context either
Complete thread -- It's not just a BOS thing, it's how English works.
Complete thread -- walking and talking fluently at 3 and 4 months? Wow, that's
Complete thread -- Well if someone confuses that in the context, they have serious problems.
Complete thread -- I don't see anything on Google. But I DO find a definition in Dorland's
Complete thread -- Agree with you.
Complete thread -- from BOS 3:
Complete thread -- the usual meaning of "refused.
Complete thread -- I don't think anyone would be confused whether you put the - or not. what
Complete thread -- just curious how it doesn't make sense - i'm finding lots to do...
Complete thread -- would have to be re-fused, to prevent confusion.
Complete thread -- premature suture fusion (craniosynostosis), or refused (not 100% documentable)
Complete thread -- Reading Dorland's, I don't see how that fits?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Absolutely not.
Complete thread -- re-listening, i think it's rhythmicity.
Complete thread -- could you please document this?
Complete thread -- i'm not finding a definition of "rhombicity" to mean confusion...
Complete thread -- rhombicity (confusion)
Complete thread -- Ya, I have to agree with you! Ty for your insight.
Complete thread -- Do you think he means: , then we would be concerned about chronic blood loss
Complete thread -- s/l "rib-missity" ???
Complete thread -- Hey, I think we just posted our wav at the same time so I honestly didn't see another wav
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- particular karyotype(s)
Complete thread -- wav posted. Can you just have a quick listen and confirm I'm hearing this correctly.
Complete thread -- Genetic testing looking for (s/l particular keratops) was negative.
Complete thread -- flu or flute or something like that!
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- amenable
Complete thread -- Got it - "caudate" lobe.
Complete thread -- should be (s/l a minimal) to Aldara cream?????
Complete thread -- Pt with colon cancer. CT of abdomen showed a mild fatty liver, ....
Complete thread -- docism of the day: "adentitious" (going with edentulous)
Complete thread -- That definitely makes much more sense, thanks!
Complete thread -- Intertriginous would
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? Word in question is *interdigital*. tia
Complete thread -- of course! thanks will flag
Complete thread -- 600 mg does not fit IMHO, maybe Motrin?
Complete thread -- in med list, aspirin listed twice, plse sm
Complete thread -- You guys are awesome! I have been looking for this term for far too l ...
Complete thread -- agree, also associated with Lyme, which is characteristically involving knee
Complete thread -- Livedo reticularis is a vascular condition characterized by purplish mottling of the skin.
Complete thread -- livedo reticularis
Complete thread -- sm for what I'm suggesting
Complete thread -- Actually I am stumped....
Complete thread -- I am stump!
Complete thread -- thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- F
Complete thread -- I agree he probably meant Will give the recalcitrant patient a course of
Complete thread -- thinking maybe started to say will give then switched midstream to clarify what happened -
Complete thread -- maybe dictated "patient was recalitrant on course of nicotine patches"?
Complete thread -- coumadinization
Complete thread -- Patient with aneurym. A cardiology evaluation will be requested. We additionally
Complete thread -- it sure makes no sense where he put it.
Complete thread -- No, he's pretty clear. Pt tried to quit with patches, ran out, now wants more
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- WAG.. "give the patient counseling and a course of nicotine patches"?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- yes, in the distribution makes sense
Complete thread -- New to neurosurgery. Does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- ESL. Agree this is not quite the proper placement for *recalcitrant*? Please
Complete thread -- nerve trunk?
Complete thread -- I like the neurorectal better.
Complete thread -- Found this. CVS protocol.
Complete thread -- another thought on #1... extrinsic as I saw some hits about extrinsice nerve hypertrophy
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- #1 rectal or neurorectal hypertrophy? #2 colonic mucosa.. agree ganglion
Complete thread -- transmural nerve?
Complete thread -- Insulin infusion using NCVS or CVS protocol. This is in the plan for patient.
Complete thread -- gangleon cells - ganglion
Complete thread -- Then you should NOT answer UNTIL you read CONTEXT. Very irresponsible!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- 2? colonic?
Complete thread -- He was all over the place. I flagged that too. Thanks billybob.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am going with that as nothing else even comes close. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Note vital signs attached please?
Complete thread -- No way in HE!! did you even GOOGLE your s/l!
Complete thread -- HPV bivalent (Cervarix) vaccine is used to prevent cervical cancer
Complete thread -- 1st one he says trig. trigeminal maybe? 2nd is caw-na
Complete thread -- "ambulatory" means outpatient setting a.k.a. ambulatory clinic
Complete thread -- Vital signs are on record. No vital signs _____ .
Complete thread -- HPV, not HIV.
Complete thread -- I did find this on a search which could be it, bivalent, but what I saw was a vaccine I
Complete thread -- He spells this med for me. Not sure if the 1st letter is V or B - still cannot find
Complete thread -- there is no combination of words that would be written 40.9100 SM
Complete thread -- Saccharomyces cerevisiae IgG
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thank you! is vca right?
Complete thread -- sometimes they just get going and end up with word salad.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but he's very articulate and it's definitely into.
Complete thread -- Saccharomyces
Complete thread -- s/l sac-ra-my-sees, her VCA
Complete thread -- please see msg. TY
Complete thread -- into=and to
Complete thread -- my guess would be hematocrit 40, 9100 white count, 28,000 platelets but agree to flag it
Complete thread -- I guess if I should let it go anyway or send it to QA. Or change it somehow without
Complete thread -- YA!
Complete thread -- WOW! EEK! YIKES! DARN IT!
Complete thread -- And pain can't go 'down' from the R leg into the groin area either. so
Complete thread -- I'd say yes it does when combined with excessive capitalization
Complete thread -- But I can't really be sure that's what he meant, kwim? I don't think I can just change it
Complete thread -- well, yeah. bad guess. I hope nobody ever types a guess, mine or anybody else's. LOL!
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks y'all.
Complete thread -- "geeze" denotes lack of calm? too funny. how about YIKES!!
Complete thread -- I know that's what he said, but this may be what he meant. They do do that.
Complete thread -- I guess he'd be dead with those values.
Complete thread -- ooops...hematocrit 40.9
Complete thread -- well, something is screwed up. where are the platelets? looks like he got lost
Complete thread -- I am guessing: hematocrit 10.9, 100 white count, 28,000 platelets
Complete thread -- Oh, sorry, now I get you! He clearly said "into" though. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l "hematocrit 40.9100, white count 28,000, platelets,"
Complete thread -- OK. Carry ON then!!!
Complete thread -- no, no, meant the pain was radiating from, instead of whatever.
Complete thread -- Don't really care. Done.
Complete thread -- Three ! and geeze didn't sound very calm to me.
Complete thread -- lower back
Complete thread -- I'm calm. Just pointing out the OBVIOUS.
Complete thread -- I just listened again. Definitely not saying "and".
Complete thread -- Calm DOWN.
Complete thread -- Yes. Ohhh, DUH on me. LOL. Thank you.
Complete thread -- IT is ONE down. Don't have to look that far!!!
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Far enough down. It is the post right below yours!
Complete thread -- does the patient have sickle cell? Is he/she referring to the RBCs forming
Complete thread -- Oh no, I guess I didn't look far enough down.. SOOO so sorry!
Complete thread -- Make sure he is not saying "... AND into the right groin area."
Complete thread -- leg from ?
Complete thread -- Does the word "sickling" fit in here??? Dictation is very fuzzy and cannot be sure
Complete thread -- There was another WAV still waiting for an answer.
Complete thread -- What would you do with this sentence? Pain radiating down R leg into groin area.
Complete thread -- Mouth and oropharyngeal exam
Complete thread -- wav posted. ???? exam revealed normal oropharyngeal mucosa
Complete thread -- that was said slash /.
Complete thread -- That was my original thought but wondered if he said /for smoking cessation concerning the
Complete thread -- ?Classes for smoking cessation
Complete thread -- This is in list of medications.
Complete thread -- choana(e)
Complete thread -- Wellbutrin SR 150 milligrams twice a day _____ for smoking cessation.
Complete thread -- There is evidence of adenoid hypertrophy approximately somewhere betwe ...
Complete thread -- I'd bet on codeine, but if you cannot be sure, flag it!
Complete thread -- thank you, interesting share, will make a note for sure "smile"
Complete thread -- allergies to penicillin and s/l kopine
Complete thread -- Another new thing learned today! Thanks so much for your help. : )
Complete thread -- APACHE II
Complete thread -- oops hit the ENTER before got my name in there. link
Complete thread -- I think NEURYSM likely has IT (sm on meds found for essential sm
Complete thread -- I think NEURYSM likely has IT (sm on meds found for essential sm
Complete thread -- Pt in for question of gallbladder stones. His *pashee two* score is 5. SM
Complete thread -- Maybe IT is grade III?? nm
Complete thread -- no mention of LEEP (of cervix)
Complete thread -- OMG, I guess that's a new one for me. Thanks so much for your kind help!
Complete thread -- Ugh.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tumefactive
Complete thread -- Thanks! You're such a great help, as always!
Complete thread -- Thanks! Def. going to blank it.
Complete thread -- In gallbladder...may represent fold versus *tee-moe-factive* sludge. SM for
Complete thread -- Oh, thank you so much.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing neuromas of both feet
Complete thread -- But in this case, the loop electrode for the LEEP procedure
Complete thread -- hysterectomy, and _____ feet.
Complete thread -- tylectomy (lumpectomy). don't know what IT means though
Complete thread -- Thank you, Darlene! nm
Complete thread -- darlene, sm
Complete thread -- likely on Tramadol, a dose would be given as was the other 2 that were given
Complete thread -- okay, good. Thanks everyone. Appreciate the kindness.
Complete thread -- you're probably right
Complete thread -- Z score sm
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- s/l cheilectomy with IT changes,
Complete thread -- 1:1 is a ratio and I don't think appropriate to context. I
Complete thread -- I always thought 1:1 was one to one. I'd type one on one.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- There, I learned something again today. Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- could it be tramadol?
Complete thread -- one-on-one or 1:1 ??
Complete thread -- filling (defect) more likely sm
Complete thread -- scores on echocardiogram sm
Complete thread -- Yes, axially loaded makes sense, but NO hyphen as it is an adverb
Complete thread -- sure, there is loculated pneumothorax sm
Complete thread -- did you try tibiofibular?
Complete thread -- I think he has mispronounced, and while he may MEAN BTL or BTC both
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Left anterior s/l tibeofibular? ligament tear. I'm thinking it should be
Complete thread -- google is bringing up feline esophagus?
Complete thread -- LOL...that was my first thought too! :P
Complete thread -- I am sorry but I didn't read the context before I posted it
Complete thread -- Bacon Lettuce Tomatoe Cheese? LOL, Sorry
Complete thread -- med s/ tam oh veil
Complete thread -- that was my thought too
Complete thread -- Nevermind, it's XKnife. nm
Complete thread -- changes of *filling* esophagus
Complete thread -- symptom score?
Complete thread -- right you are! that was a good quess!
Complete thread -- An approach with CyberKnife or s/l "X 94" gamma therapy is considered for the
Complete thread -- Thanks! I had checked out and found axially loaded... I guess I don't
Complete thread -- history of increasing frequency, urgency and * score of 27
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: 1. Fibroids. 2. Status post "BLTC" in 2007. - Need to expand
Complete thread -- To be on the safe side...please give the exact sentences
Complete thread -- it's loupe not loop (a pair of magnification eye glasses surgeons wear nm
Complete thread -- oops typo...Google corrected a search for
Complete thread -- google correct a search for axial loaded to axially loaded..other
Complete thread -- s/l *captain* score? referring to BPH
Complete thread -- Asian ESL. Increased pain with axial *loaded* range of motion of thumb...
Complete thread -- Thanks! That sounds good. : )
Complete thread -- Could they be saying acute or chronic pancreatitis?
Complete thread -- post-ERCP pancreatitis ?
Complete thread -- Many thanks to you both! :)
Complete thread -- He wound up going over the motorcycle with both hands (still gripping) the
Complete thread -- Fischer...see link...I had to do several googles of various
Complete thread -- Fischer cone biopsy excisor?
Complete thread -- Asian ESL describing what happened during motorcycle accident. Please
Complete thread -- endoscopy -- correct expansion of abbreviation in impression...sm
Complete thread -- s/l Fisher loop ? LEEP procedure
Complete thread -- If you "figured that," then you could have found your s/l but just typing in ecze into goo
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- perhaps daily Santyl ?? but just guessing
Complete thread -- That is the first thing that it appears to be, but you have to read the CONTEXT
Complete thread -- Patient continues to use s/l deri santyl on the wound for non-healing wound on toe
Complete thread -- i figured that, but i was giving an exact s/l for completeness sake
Complete thread -- for thrombocytosis? C'mon!
Complete thread -- Now that I read further though anagrelide fits
Complete thread -- thanks. found eczema herpeticum
Complete thread -- Ah, but don't we enjoy watching the elephants circling the
Complete thread -- The first thing that came to my mind is alendronate
Complete thread -- Context SHOULD tell you the 1st part of your s/l would be eczema!
Complete thread -- google ...eczem....and you will find your answer in the google choices offered
Complete thread -- sounds like eczemum perpetica
Complete thread -- Med help - s/l magutek
Complete thread -- Thats it! Thanks so much. Once I get the circus out of my head, I can hear it.
Complete thread -- s/l surface collaterals...see link to see what you think
Complete thread -- WAV file sent. I listened for circumflex before but cannot hear flex at all.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Google "24 loupe" and "24 loop" and do some research. Quite simple
Complete thread -- loop..I googled..bipolar resectoscope, then added loupe..and it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (sorry if dumb question) not sure if loop or loupe is correct, pls sm
Complete thread -- ??circumflex??
Complete thread -- sounds like circus
Complete thread -- check anagrelide (Agrylin)
Complete thread -- s/l a-nen-dro-lite
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you so much. It's very clear now.
Complete thread -- left-side iliac? or left-sided iliac?
Complete thread -- oops, ignore. mixed up, I read the wrong post with wrong poster
Complete thread -- I bet this is what OP wants.. pls ignore my suggestion below
Complete thread -- The patient has problems with left "stoliac" deep vein thrombosis
Complete thread -- me too!
Complete thread -- thank you much
Complete thread -- Yes, that must be it. He's just pronouncing it strangely. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Beconase ?
Complete thread -- DCCT was on that page too. I liked it better.
Complete thread -- Yes, I wish I could hear that but she only gives me 3 letters
Complete thread -- ok, thanks for the link
Complete thread -- Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT)?
Complete thread -- s/l *actonase* .. Any guesses? Thanks
Complete thread -- Look about 1/2 way down this page. Not sure if it is right but sort of validates TCC.
Complete thread -- Thank you - posted at the same time.
Complete thread -- looking for s/l TCC or PCC regarding diabetes trial, pls sm
Complete thread -- Wow. It really is hippus. Looked it up in Stedman's. Too simple.
Complete thread -- hippus...see message
Complete thread -- Corynebacterium ?..nm
Complete thread -- Pt is growing Proteus and "cornea bactim" in his wound culture.
Complete thread -- Maybe...that's documented?..nm
Complete thread -- hiccups?
Complete thread -- s/l ** hip - us **
Complete thread -- questionable loculated pneumothorax _____ on August 7
Complete thread -- I did a quick google...it is a hysterectomy clamp
Complete thread -- I find a Phaneuf clamp in Stedman's Equip...google and see if it
Complete thread -- Pelvis?
Complete thread -- That's what I'm hearing too.
Complete thread -- U R very welcome. Glad I could help.
Complete thread -- More info? What is the patient being seen for? nm
Complete thread -- The OP prob. did hear atrial fib. SM
Complete thread -- to me it sounded like *stomach* #$%? LOL
Complete thread -- Furniss?
Complete thread -- that's what I thought too!! Go figure.
Complete thread -- Not that. :o(
Complete thread -- -oh my... it sounds like "palates" to me, but ???
Complete thread -- Heaney?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I believe yours/l IS bands --(CK)-MB bands sm
Complete thread -- s/l fanif clamps
Complete thread -- M1a S1?
Complete thread -- No. It definitely sounds like dans or bans or bands possibly, but I can't find anything
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- His _____ , clavicles, back, and hips are intact.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- testes should be testis
Complete thread -- Read the context you just posted. Think this is the mouth then google palatal pruritus.
Complete thread -- I got it. It is palatal pruritus. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A possible T1N1M1 *aX*1 stage IIIA embryonal
Complete thread -- dorsalis pedis and
Complete thread -- See more on this subject. sm
Complete thread -- Pulses were decreased at the _____ posterior tibialis.
Complete thread -- S/L volatile pruritis????? sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- Thank you, but I don't think that's it. I'm not finding it (even close) so going to blank
Complete thread -- D
Complete thread -- Common sense would tell you that JUST googling theo would give you off-the-wall results!!!
Complete thread -- are you sure you're not hearing
Complete thread -- the 24 is part of the name and not a dosage therefore you need to put it all in, and if sm
Complete thread -- percentages?
Complete thread -- bracket maybe?
Complete thread -- Ah, I was just puttin in the theo!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Actually all the hits I saw gave this.
Complete thread -- I google Theo 24 and the first hit gives the answer to this.
Complete thread -- Got it. Surfactant deficiency disease.
Complete thread -- Uhm, did, found nothing.
Complete thread -- Try googling that
Complete thread -- percutaneous mechanical thrombectomy without thrombolysis
Complete thread -- Meds. Azmacort s/l theo 24.
Complete thread -- thanks fsmt
Complete thread -- History of mild _____ deficiency disease.
Complete thread -- Chest: _____ bilateral. No wheezes or crepitation.
Complete thread -- Well your first one is carotid
Complete thread -- Name for an operating table S/L "Breakit"
Complete thread -- thanks for letting me know
Complete thread -- Found it. Azulfidine
Complete thread -- thanks for the help
Complete thread -- I hear no file.
Complete thread -- please help. TY
Complete thread -- Allergies. s/l Azolfendene and sulfa cause some type of reaction involving his tongue
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- I <heart> you very much!!! Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- yes, i hear with other specified manifestations
Complete thread -- Ortho, knee dressing secured with s/l "barber pulling tape" sm
Complete thread -- Do I hear "manifestation" for the second?
Complete thread -- First one is "and the patient"
Complete thread -- I will start her on IV Lasix and try to keep her "annie-getty" flow balanced. (Pt is
Complete thread -- wonder if U R hearing Calot (pronounce kay-low) ..see link
Complete thread -- WAV sent
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- s/l "cay-lus" or "cay-loads" lymph node in lap cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- Patient diagnosed with DVT. She underwent a percutaneous 'mid-strump-ectomy with
Complete thread -- could it be osteo something (-phlebitis, -myelitis, -arthritis)?
Complete thread -- OP-If you put "ulcerative*" into OneLook above, you will get other options-sm
Complete thread -- Yours is also what I thought when I read OP's post.
Complete thread -- Coreg
Complete thread -- I don't think so but thank you.
Complete thread -- enalapril 5 mg p.o. b.i.d., _____ 0.5 mg p.o. b.i.d., simvastatin 20 mg p.o
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ulcerative Colitis - totally not your sound alike.
Complete thread -- subintimal angioplasty
Complete thread -- Grandmother had s/l ulcer-new-ply-tis.
Complete thread -- Patient had a "seventy-mil-in-go-plasty" for the right superficial femoral artery.
Complete thread -- more info
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Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This is the list on here for drugs of that dosage.
Complete thread -- by dates and a
Complete thread -- milligram - singular- pill - I don't think anything is in there, I think he is lisping
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- OMG, thank you soooo much!
Complete thread -- regional enteritis.. 6-mercaptopurine
Complete thread -- is that small ?
Complete thread -- Any diagnoses, PMH, etc?
Complete thread -- PMH: s/l Regional inauritis, chronic pain. s/l Sixpercatopurina 75 mg as a steroid sp
Complete thread -- nice, long-lasting response