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Complete thread -- not "see exact ID pathology name, but would see the results of bacteria invasion
Complete thread -- I just had a provider dictate UPPP plasty.
Complete thread -- Looks like it got your attention, so maybe I did!
Complete thread -- OR: After adequate placement of my stay sutures demonstrated the mesh laid flat, I
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- But it's 7 extra keystrokes for you! (But I know what you mean!) : )
Complete thread -- adequate placement of my stay sutures demonstrated the mesh laid flat. SM
Complete thread -- cardiac echocardiogram. Really doctor. Isn't the word cardio inside echocardiogram
Complete thread -- Maybe. Thank
Complete thread -- his/her loss. If he/she wants to use an incorrect word, as long as it wasn't my
Complete thread -- You want rude, we can give you rude, and none of that was even close.
Complete thread -- I gave you an attempt and you need to know you're using the incorrect word, and NONE
Complete thread -- the dots indicate what dots always indicate, omission of words/phrases, and where YOU
Complete thread -- mesh lay flat. whatever.
Complete thread -- the OP is not seeing our humor.
Complete thread -- lied flat, I meant. Sheesh, stop while I'm ahead.
Complete thread -- you did "tacker" word you were looking for, and the others were only
Complete thread -- For the people trying to help the below 2 posts.
Complete thread -- could it be plain maybe?
Complete thread -- the mesh may have been laid flat, but it don't laid flat.
Complete thread -- mesh don't lied
Complete thread -- mesh laid flat
Complete thread -- may have found it, but did you
Complete thread -- who is tellin' lies.
Complete thread -- AbsorbaTack™ Fixation Device
Complete thread -- Found Sorbitec
Complete thread -- i'd go with anterior (you wouldn't see bacteria on an x-ray)
Complete thread -- NOT always and you should not be offering bad searching hints. Let alone an article about
Complete thread -- Same hernia repair. psm
Complete thread -- Need help with a hernia repair please.
Complete thread -- But might be talking about tacking here so
Complete thread -- with sutures, I sometimes hear "tagged"
Complete thread -- I don't think this is pertinent
Complete thread -- slurred platelet count could sound like pill count, but I'd bet my next pay the doc is not
Complete thread -- Hmm, no not really. Sorry:(
Complete thread -- surely you are not typing pill count?
Complete thread -- Obagi is the one closest to what you're looking for.
Complete thread -- artery were tacked or was tacked? sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- clogged pores (dermatology question)
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input! Just seems awkward but otherwise clear, so I'll go with it.
Complete thread -- I have tried a further combination of her ___ (s/l apurinthone) including Dulcolax SP
Complete thread -- I think this just means where the plaque ends, so ... sm
Complete thread -- that is awesome! Thank you so much for taking the time to do that!
Complete thread -- ?per medilexicon, pl =platelet
Complete thread -- Op note: femoral endarterectomy, patch angioplasty. The distal *plaque ends* and...
Complete thread -- But, with those words in google, i looked at the whole page of different articles and they
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- she was taking it on and off "period" does have dry throat
Complete thread -- she was taking it on and off?
Complete thread -- I hear "the abnormality is mostly likely anterior to the lung field"
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- "Howard An technique" for lateral mass screw insertion
Complete thread -- perhaps pill (iron)count means, the "method" used to replace low iron counts
Complete thread -- opps, bumped keyboard not done. The DOTS indicate another article.
Complete thread -- when you see articles posted on google, never noticed the dots ... sm
Complete thread -- sorry, so late, but thank you very much
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I know human bodies are compared to pigs, but now pigeons too?
Complete thread -- thanks. I clearly hear "most likely in the anterior lung field" but can't get blank, will
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- avian is related to
Complete thread -- I hear most likely "bacteria" to the lung fields
Complete thread -- don't know about blank, but I hear anterior TO the lung field
Complete thread -- Could he make a little more noise flapping his films around?
Complete thread -- abnormal air something (think I hear anterior inferior lung fields)
Complete thread -- yes, how to find for next time & quicker=Google.com + enter good latissimus tonus
Complete thread -- doesn't quite sound like cell, any other thoughts?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- exactly, and they want to make sure the patient is comfortable
Complete thread -- On back exam, he has good latissimus "tonus" bilaterally.
Complete thread -- No, clearly 'of', but it would make better sense this way. Will edit. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- WAGs: platelet, retic(ulocyte), basophil - I know, not quite your s/l
Complete thread -- could it be "options FROM" instead of "of", i.e., options from A to B
Complete thread -- her most recent test was a ___ (s/l pill count) that was unremarkable
Complete thread -- Sentence does not make sense to me as dictated (very clear). Any ideas?
Complete thread -- I get your point, you don't have to put IN CAPS or !
Complete thread -- that definition is in the Urban Dictionary. I'd love to know if the MT gets
Complete thread -- could it be a.m. levothyroxine (although never heard it like this)?
Complete thread -- pat in for joint pain, PMH list and drug that s/l air um
Complete thread -- sugartong?
Complete thread -- shaft of the humerus
Complete thread -- swan-neck?
Complete thread -- plaster "sawnanter" type splint
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- DLCO
Complete thread -- They appear to be interchangable. I usually hear diffusion capacity in results
Complete thread -- Obviously, I struggle with this...thank you for the explanation.
Complete thread -- Is there any way to make an educated guess about TLCO vs DLCO? Doc says twice...
Complete thread -- The peroneal nerve is in the leg,
Complete thread -- Awesome!!! Thank you so very much. I just knew it was something I was not figuring
Complete thread -- and...
Complete thread -- should be 8.5 mL (not mg), which is 127.5 mg
Complete thread -- Thank you (no wonder I couldn't find it.:p)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, I guess. I just hoped someone here might actually know what it was.
Complete thread -- If that is how its dictated, either verbatim or flag what you think is wrong (especially
Complete thread -- Aufricht?
Complete thread -- sorry, figured it out... chromogranin A, thank you!
Complete thread -- surgery is rhinoplasty and sinus surgery. Sounds like "Alfred" but can't verify.
Complete thread -- is there any s/l?
Complete thread -- Okay, so I SUCK at math, but I cannot figure this out at all. a 2 year old on clinda
Complete thread -- Add the word “and” between the adjectives. If the phrase makes sense, the adjectives are c
Complete thread -- checked her serum ___ (??) to rule out any conditions such as a neuroendocrine tumour
Complete thread -- "standard posterior soft spot portal"?
Complete thread -- soft spot
Complete thread -- a standard posterior _____ portal created, anterior
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Good deal. Thanks.
Complete thread -- But, see message and link
Complete thread -- FYI, that would just mean they were free of compression.
Complete thread -- yes, commas are fine
Complete thread -- Hmmm. Good point. Will re-listen, may suggest and flag.
Complete thread -- peroneal nerve and ulnar nerve were free?
Complete thread -- posterior?
Complete thread -- colchicine? (but that's for gout)
Complete thread -- got it, venules
Complete thread -- skin condition
Complete thread -- No hyphen with metric compound adjectives; no commas; cumulative adjectives.
Complete thread -- I know this med!! Ugh. s/l col-cha-zine. Pt. with lung cancer/COPD.
Complete thread -- punctuation ok?
Complete thread -- s/l tessary cutting block technique
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I can totally imagine it. That's why the doctor used quotes.
Complete thread -- prominences were well padded _____ free. It should be noted that
Complete thread -- Could be epilation, a procedure for trichiasis.
Complete thread -- i can't imagine that gork is your missing word
Complete thread -- I would consider alert.
Complete thread -- thanks to everyone - that would fit. Learn something new every day!!
Complete thread -- you say fetus as fetuses feet-us-sezzz so that means yes, you do 's
Complete thread -- Definition of GORK. medical slang usually disparaging : a terminal pat ...
Complete thread -- ablation?
Complete thread -- try googling "gork" - slang word, fits context
Complete thread -- She will follow with you for *epilachian* as necessary.
Complete thread -- Oh, good point. Back to "and"
Complete thread -- i thought they were 2 different things, not an entity?
Complete thread -- Why do we even bother?
Complete thread -- highly doubt robotic.
Complete thread -- fetus's? s's? no. fetus' it is never s's that I have seen.
Complete thread -- 87-year-old female with dementia "gort" s.m.
Complete thread -- never mind. It's simple: marasmus kwashiorkor
Complete thread -- maybe he does mean "and" and I heard it funny! Thanks.
Complete thread -- mixed marasmus and kwashiorkor
Complete thread -- I mean questioned word at s/l.
Complete thread -- Please see message. Confused about one word in **
Complete thread -- agree with fetus's
Complete thread -- how about just head? who else's head would it be?
Complete thread -- are we doing an EMG on the nose?
Complete thread -- I've heard of quadricortical screw (syndesmotic)
Complete thread -- thanks alice
Complete thread -- Yup! thanks!
Complete thread -- now go eeny meeny miny mo
Complete thread -- and has been working out for six months.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- baby's
Complete thread -- can't verify quad, but he does say "malleolar screws", not malleolus
Complete thread -- That is it! I thought setting and knew that was incorrect. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- fetal
Complete thread -- I hear 'segs' (segmented neutrophils)
Complete thread -- I never heard of that, but maybe. Anyone else heard of that?
Complete thread -- It does s/l quad. I find there is a quadricortical screw - could be short for that?
Complete thread -- s/l quad malleolus screws
Complete thread -- Oh thank you so much. Didn't even think of that, obviously.
Complete thread -- MP3, he has decreased neutrophils and increased monocytes
Complete thread -- I think that is what I hear too.
Complete thread -- s/l he MAY be saying "she was placed in the knee immobilizer, and provided crutches"
Complete thread -- Found Derlacki mobilizer used to "tuck the edges of the graft in place."
Complete thread -- fetus'
Complete thread -- fetus's
Complete thread -- the fetus's or fetus' head was delivered?
Complete thread -- HNPCC?
Complete thread -- DX:TM perforation. The graft was positioned to cover using a straight pick and
Complete thread -- thanks for trying to help all!
Complete thread -- Rosai–Dorfman disease
Complete thread -- I just uploaded the
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "cold mass" - though it sounds like gold. There are hits for thryoid
Complete thread -- s/l throat to me
Complete thread -- sorry another wav was placed
Complete thread -- do you hear orthotic crutches (I can hardly find them on google)
Complete thread -- She had a benign _____mass removed. She has no other medical problems.
Complete thread -- rosette?
Complete thread -- Colon cancer- undergoing genetic testing.. s/l gene pcc or gnpcc??
Complete thread -- pemphigus ____ wolfman disease? Still looking . .
Complete thread -- Might be referring to pediatric-sized tubes...see link
Complete thread -- Patient has a hx of s/l pemphigus rosade warfman disease
Complete thread -- sounds like "pedi tube or PD tube"
Complete thread -- 5-French Judkins?
Complete thread -- She is tender to palpation over the . . .
Complete thread -- I uploaded the WAV
Complete thread -- I am missing one little word
Complete thread -- EP study catheters used: s/l 5 French *juf sin date*
Complete thread -- Is the patient sticking his finger up his nose to make that happen?
Complete thread -- found it nasalis
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- cement mantle.
Complete thread -- any ideas it sounds like "ismentle
Complete thread -- I just listened again
Complete thread -- s/l mazalis
Complete thread -- wrinkles? Can't make it out from the sound file.
Complete thread -- cortical malleolar screws?
Complete thread -- sounds like "quadriceps malleolar screws" are present
Complete thread -- s/l erimpials
Complete thread -- it is well seated with good "ismenmantel"or dismenmantel
Complete thread -- low voice, not able to hear
Complete thread -- orthopedic physical examination
Complete thread -- I keep it as one of my home page tabs because I use it every single night.
Complete thread -- I went to that link, typed your s/l into the phonetic search box and got Seasonique
Complete thread -- Seasonique. birth control. here is a link that will help you a LOT
Complete thread -- yes thanks ...
Complete thread -- yes. she is about 38 ...
Complete thread -- asking again...is this a female patient in her childbearing years?
Complete thread -- green
Complete thread -- female patient? in her childbearing years?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- interesting!
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- for future note: If you listen to your wav before you post your question 1 of 2 things
Complete thread -- all I hear is "she had a benign" that was all that recorded
Complete thread -- She had a benign _____ mass removed. She has no other medical problems.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- chordal
Complete thread -- stress echocardiogram. s/l cortal systolic anterior motion of the anterior
Complete thread -- Could only think of Depakote for the first one
Complete thread -- Maybe Savella (milnacipran HCl) and dictator is abbreviating it as Savella (mil)?
Complete thread -- well, maybe not.
Complete thread -- I had to flag. Will let you know if I hear back. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Two medications s/l duhpete gumil and s/l sefellamule
Complete thread -- More like they have no clue and don't give a ()*(
Complete thread -- well, he may have said anything, its the MT that heard 'plasty'
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- I guess they see we can't help & don't bother to answer? or they
Complete thread -- Why even bother if you're not gonna bother? I don't understand why
Complete thread -- Arista AH is a powder, but from what I see it is not to be used for that
Complete thread -- if this is a report using software like DocuScribe you should ask
Complete thread -- Disney's creating low expectations SM
Complete thread -- I'm keeping this too, since I was unsure, just for
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Googled this question:
Complete thread -- this is one phrase you can google and would have easily found it, not being mean, but just
Complete thread -- Letter has a cc and a p.s. Which comes first? The p.s. is to the addressee in the cc
Complete thread -- All I can think is if you live near a dump, air your laundry on the side of caution.
Complete thread -- All I can think is if you live near a dump, air your laundry on the side of caution.
Complete thread -- cream for a postpartum hemorrhage? can you post the before & after this word
Complete thread -- double ck my spelling, i was in a hurry.
Complete thread -- That is it! Thank you so very much. It was going to drive me crazy!
Complete thread -- chalazion or somesuch like that?
Complete thread -- I know I know this, but cannot seem to pull it up!
Complete thread -- What would "to air on the side of caution" mean anyway?
Complete thread -- err on the side of caution.
Complete thread -- air vs err?
Complete thread -- cream?? seriously??? How about more context
Complete thread -- atrial tachycardia/atrial fibrillation (not flutter)
Complete thread -- S/L Aristra cream for postpartum hemorrhage
Complete thread -- I'd think it pretty obvious, if he said plastic and not blastic. Cause they
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- because of the word "have," it would be shrunk
Complete thread -- Honey I shrank the kids?
Complete thread -- why would you say 'bad bad doctor' ?
Complete thread -- I imagine it has something to do with the eye as usually that is all he mentions.
Complete thread -- I know that is why I posted.
Complete thread -- shrank or shrunk
Complete thread -- Thanks to all for listening and suggestions. I will flag it.
Complete thread -- well, there are 'homing pigeons' - i'd be safe & blank/flag it
Complete thread -- you heard gold; likely he said something else
Complete thread -- I'm liking "farmer's" , i.e. farmer's lung panel
Complete thread -- I can't come up with anything. sorry
Complete thread -- Forgot to say...I would transcribe as stage I ISS.
Complete thread -- ISS - International Staging System
Complete thread -- I thought was I was hearing sounded like "..droppings, for *homer*..."
Complete thread -- could he be saying "farmer's", as in "farmer's lung panel"
Complete thread -- Multiple myeloma stage I ISS -- what do I do with the ISS? TIA!
Complete thread -- I have been researching too. Think he could be abbreviating fumigatus?
Complete thread -- I'm
Complete thread -- The patient's hypersensitivity pneumonitis panel was positive strongly
Complete thread -- wag: colon?
Complete thread -- said gold and that is the entire portion about that... no other info
Complete thread -- I did see these responses. Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- any area of where the mass was? without knowing, we probably can't come up with
Complete thread -- Thank you - sounds like it could fit!!
Complete thread -- did the doctor spell that or is that a
Complete thread -- most common causes of megaloblastic anemia are vitamin B-12 (cobalamin) deficiency and fol
Complete thread -- I am sure you have the right word and he's making his own out of it.
Complete thread -- benign *gold* mass
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag.
Complete thread -- benefit from use of the Interactive Metronome (IM) include children and adults with attent
Complete thread -- Mild *meh-gallo-plas-tee* which is secondary to the methotrexate.
Complete thread -- Trying to figure out what IM might mean??
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Will delete the 2nd symmetric. Was only waiting until I knew
Complete thread -- I think you just need one symmetric in that sentence.
Complete thread -- yep, symmetric and present just like you have it.
Complete thread -- This account requires numbers under 9 to be written out.
Complete thread -- I think it is symmetric and present, two plus, and symmetric?
Complete thread -- Thanks for input. I went back to listen for that just in case, but I can't
Complete thread -- wav file, I think I hear it but not positive so left it blank.
Complete thread -- Unless it was this well-spoken doctor!
Complete thread -- certainly don't wanna kill anyone, eh? :)
Complete thread -- nevermind-pretest
Complete thread -- s/l pre tis probability
Complete thread -- i'm stumped. your s/l sort of sounds like monafilament but...
Complete thread -- ICD placement. ...using *mono fibert* technique. Please sm for
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Still cannot get enough to make it work. Will flag.
Complete thread -- s/l recently and underwent all ?? complaint of nm
Complete thread -- I thought killed so you are probably right. Will flag this one.
Complete thread -- we inspected AS HIGH as.
Complete thread -- inspected as the rigid ureteroscope would allow?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- inspected as high as the rigid ureteroscope would allow, and then
Complete thread -- ?? we inspected as far as the rigid uteroscope would allow and...
Complete thread -- something "from skilled" with complaint of ...
Complete thread -- yeah, I was a little off......
Complete thread -- inspected the _____ rigid ureteroscope _____ and then changed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- other history
Complete thread -- burn net?
Complete thread -- Tubigrip
Complete thread -- Tubigrip?
Complete thread -- Patient with leg ulcers....sm
Complete thread -- MP3, had E. coli and MRSA in the past too.
Complete thread -- me 2
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. I'm going to flag this and send in report now. : )
Complete thread -- culture-sensitive antibiotics were given
Complete thread -- put in stirrups???
Complete thread -- am thinking something along the lines of a stockinette, but I don't have my book
Complete thread -- extremities and _____ antibiotics were given.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- However, after ... urodynamics as well this morning, the patient elected to
Complete thread -- Ah, just came to me....that were soaked in normal saline for first one...BUT
Complete thread -- No prob. : )
Complete thread -- Same ESL as below, pt undergoing I & D of abscesses. I have 2 s/l inside. Please
Complete thread -- got it... he is saying Allergy to "various" statins :)
Complete thread -- urodynamics, as well as _____ the patient elected to
Complete thread -- duh...just saw the rest of your post LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks, but inside my post I mentioned that... : )
Complete thread -- Nothing there.
Complete thread -- ensure?
Complete thread -- no wav?
Complete thread -- Bovie cautery was used to *ex-poe* hemostasis. ESL and I'm trying
Complete thread -- urodynamics, as well as _____ the patient
Complete thread -- ? on sperius, but statins is another group that usually stands alone
Complete thread -- Ah, figured it out. AT/AF for atrial tachycardia/atrial flutter detection.
Complete thread -- found it, letairis
Complete thread -- Of course DUH
Complete thread -- the patient has toxicity from s/l laterus. Nothing else to give as this
Complete thread -- Cardiac note: *ATAF* detection was switched on on the loop recorder.
Complete thread -- Allergy to s/l "sperius statins" and penicillin. ??
Complete thread -- Allergy to s/l "sperius statins" and penicillin. ??
Complete thread -- using the letters? I cannot find anything yet.
Complete thread -- observed?
Complete thread -- patient was continuously *absorbed* and BUN and
Complete thread -- You are right, onglits, not honglits or ponglits. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Oh, maybe! Thanks. I kept hearing punklits. Thanks.
Complete thread -- p.s. I think seafood(s) should maybe be one word
Complete thread -- I think he is just stumbling over how to pronounce Onglyza
Complete thread -- Sorry, there now.
Complete thread -- old WAV is still there
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- wav file, lady with colon cancer, diabetes. Cannot quite hear the first letter,
Complete thread -- the remainder (portion of) of his medicineS ARE
Complete thread -- no. with remainder, and other portionals, you go with the noun which in your
Complete thread -- de nada :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- also is "at risk for" nutritional failure??
Complete thread -- 19 y/o with CF sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would use are
Complete thread -- might be Cytoxan-related?
Complete thread -- That was my first guess, but I slowed it down to a crawl and it's definitely endo.
Complete thread -- pat with lupus nephritis, has had viral infection
Complete thread -- NM, will go with "is" as that's correct.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought but couldn't find that specifically.
Complete thread -- check out pelvic list
Complete thread -- It's okay. "the act or an instance of leaning to one side"
Complete thread -- How to handle subject-verb agreement on this statement? Correct way sounds
Complete thread -- severe *list* to the left
Complete thread -- Maybe saying otolaryngologist really fast?
Complete thread -- air cannula is used in eye surgery.
Complete thread -- ? air cannula? (
Complete thread -- performed with BSS on a ____ cannula
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient has been seen by an endocrinologist for tonsillitis and adenoids.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- His prostate is firm associated (changing his mind)
Complete thread -- His prostate is firm associated with a PSA of 0.8
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Yes, this is it! Thanks! She's not accenting properly and it threw me.
Complete thread -- recurrence of adult lymphoma? (that actually googles)
Complete thread -- subdural hematoma?
Complete thread -- recurrence of the lymphoma?
Complete thread -- Pt appeared to have recurrent *sub-dul* lymphoma. NP describing
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just wanted to double check. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- visceral (s/l vizeral to me) does make more sense. Just fat, not bowel.
Complete thread -- wav file. It sounds like visual but think visceral makes more sense?
Complete thread -- Does the patient have a bioprosthetic valve?
Complete thread -- what I hear also
Complete thread -- listening to your wav, you are hearing it correctly (amending my guess)
Complete thread -- replaced aqueous is definitely what I hear, as your post below suggested
Complete thread -- replaced aqueous?
Complete thread -- . Viscoelastic _____
Complete thread -- Also, size mismatch does make sense if you are hearing gradient.
Complete thread -- I'd have to flag. May be what he dictated but makes 0 sense.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Commas, help please. He has a very long, ptotic, gangly, soft,
Complete thread -- I agree "the patient" after valve doesn't make sense - what kind of report?
Complete thread -- was placed, aqueous?
Complete thread -- gradient (instead of the patient)?
Complete thread -- You've got me on the right track........
Complete thread -- I know, I am confused also, but that is what he dictated. Thanks
Complete thread -- something is missing after aortic valve. I don't know your s/l, but
Complete thread -- He clearly says good support
Complete thread -- again and "something" and have support from his daughter..
Complete thread -- cardio...
Complete thread -- I think it's just "but uh again has good uh support"
Complete thread -- I usually hear A&I - aspiration and irrigation, may be saying AI
Complete thread -- the first word in the blank is 'again' - can't get the rest, but look back in the report
Complete thread -- BSS on an *air* cannula
Complete thread -- Stedman's Surgery Words has "grooved incision"
Complete thread -- Viscoelastic *replaced aqueous*
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- nevermind - ink mark
Complete thread -- The cecal polyp was in the *aynk mark*
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- that was it. thank you so much!
Complete thread -- pls ignore keratoma... corrected
Complete thread -- s/l grooves incision
Complete thread -- hold if heart rate less than 70?
Complete thread -- heart rate less than 70?
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 24-hour Holter monitor, 04/16/12: No sustained arrhythmias, one _____ ...
Complete thread -- TNX
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS-2 shows it as a compound word, so always gets a hyphen.
Complete thread -- hyphenated about 40% of the time here, see link.
Complete thread -- coaptated is a correct form
Complete thread -- correct, nearly fainting
Complete thread -- near syncope? near-syncope
Complete thread -- if he says the wound is well "coaptated" he really means coapted. right?
Complete thread -- right lower lobe pneumonia with MRSA s/l "in a nitch"
Complete thread -- I found him! James Craig Dowdy. sigh.
Complete thread -- all of my usual google searches/doctor search are not getting me anywhere here...
Complete thread -- hubby was right!
Complete thread -- Where in the sam hill did you see anyone say it was, or that spelling, or anything else???
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- How about Dr. Sulfus when it actually was doctors office.
Complete thread -- I'd go with this too.
Complete thread -- But, triginta is not a med for diabetes...did you look? most sites for that word are
Complete thread -- But, triginta is not a med for diabetes...did you look? most sites for that word are
Complete thread -- I know this is picky, but see message.
Complete thread -- We can't confirm what isn't correct. We can only offer an alternative.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- if it was me..
Complete thread -- that'd be Tradjenta
Complete thread -- Need help in confirming Triginta as a medication possibly for diabetes ...
Complete thread -- Thus following up, the rest is fine by me, but....
Complete thread -- sorry hit enter too fast.. pls sm
Complete thread -- need help with punctuation please
Complete thread -- love it!
Complete thread -- my all time fav.. typed "Mt. Tukartua Hospital" was actually "Mom took her to a hospital"
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. New to me.
Complete thread -- yep, what she said.
Complete thread -- Churg–Strauss
Complete thread -- Although the Aspergillus antibodies were negative, would still like to do an IgE
Complete thread -- that was it! thank you :)
Complete thread -- I once head a doctor who must have been referring to the ones without sharp points...
Complete thread -- thanks... sentence should read "inconclusive"
Complete thread -- barren, although I can't make any sense out of it
Complete thread -- Here's my favorite: psychotic pursuit (in eye exam).
Complete thread -- Need help with spelling "baron"
Complete thread -- I found some of his other op reports. Amazing how many of the same things they say in
Complete thread -- my hub (not medically inclined at all) guessed spinal meningitis on spidermanitis
Complete thread -- Love 'em. I have saved a few, but the list got so long.....
Complete thread -- I just found my list of "misheard" dictations. Some of them are pretty funny....
Complete thread -- Hm... I'll listen for that
Complete thread -- (less than) ... also minus 100?
Complete thread -- hallucis extensor brevis - HEB?
Complete thread -- have listening more, I think he is correcting his "less than" to be "of -100"
Complete thread -- how about "dendrite" - ??
Complete thread -- I definitely hear the "minus 100" but not sure about the first part. Will have to flag.
Complete thread -- always nice to finish with no blanks on a bad dictator. always makes me feel good.
Complete thread -- nevermind. it is "tree shape branching" but still could be what you hear.
Complete thread -- I see dendroid is a closed sac (cyst) so it very well may be dendroid
Complete thread -- plus or minus 100 ?
Complete thread -- I see 9 hits for "dendroid cyst" in Google and not in Stedmans? Are you sure this exists?
Complete thread -- A CT scan of the chest is reviewed and shows a left lower lobe mass,
Complete thread -- Didn't need one after all. Bad dictator but got it
Complete thread -- could be a dendroid cyst and he just isn't saying cyst?
Complete thread -- slit lamp
Complete thread -- small bowel
Complete thread -- might find one at MTsamples.com?
Complete thread -- Does anyone have a sample for a Hartmann procedure with SBR?
Complete thread -- Thanks, will flag.
Complete thread -- sound cuts off right before oscopy
Complete thread -- Fundoscopy was normal. OR otoscopy was normal. some oscopy.
Complete thread -- You got it! Thanks. Was just about ready to send with blank.
Complete thread -- ENT exam
Complete thread -- maybe zolpidem ?
Complete thread -- venlafaxine 150 mg at bedtime, tamsulosin 0.4 mg daily, s/l "lopitin" 10 mg at bed
Complete thread -- Come to think of it, guess I have heard normal sinus rhythm, etc., on EKGs. Hear
Complete thread -- Google EKG rhythms, 2nd one down, (PDF file)
Complete thread -- You can determine rhythm on EKG too.
Complete thread -- I mean, I've heard the rate given but not regular rate and rhythm
Complete thread -- EKG: Regular rate and rhythm.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- scattered
Complete thread -- Poor air entry, especially in the bases. __________crackles, especially on the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- there is more after simple proverbs, but it all runs together & I can't get it.
Complete thread -- no, ostial (ostium) refers to the opening of
Complete thread -- EF -- no . . 's EF. yes, and if you google, you can easily find that.
Complete thread -- Does that need a word or words between ostial and first sepator?
Complete thread -- Patient had cath which revealed E. F. of 40%. sm
Complete thread -- simple proverbs
Complete thread -- culty interpreting ________. However,
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- There is continued atrophy of the left s/l H-E-V doctor spells it.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. It was me, no G.
Complete thread -- I was sure I heard that G in there. She has said CHEM before. You are right there.
Complete thread -- CHEM?
Complete thread -- PE: I could find nothing on the thoracotomy site. No "locar." Maybe word is cut off.
Complete thread -- Sent Wav file. Not much history. Just a well woman exam. Does have history of
Complete thread -- What does CAGM stand for? I am not finding it. Pretty sure I hear her right.
Complete thread -- On tonight's episode of Bones, Dr. Brennan ... ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- oh yes, agree
Complete thread -- take note anthropometric
Complete thread -- , degenerative spine
Complete thread -- take note: parametric
Complete thread -- anthropometric measurement
Complete thread -- Impression: Rotator cuff dysfunction ___ spine
Complete thread -- at almost 31 inches, this is not a newborn.
Complete thread -- you missed The patient was not tangential. thought content...
Complete thread -- I think that you need (blank) parametric measurements (has to do with statistical
Complete thread -- of course, she is
Complete thread -- age of patient? newborn? any issues ?
Complete thread -- two sounds like in this. s/l capslec assessment ...sm
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds good!
Complete thread -- sounds perfect - nothing missing
Complete thread -- ______. He looks emaciated.
Complete thread -- hardly "someone who".
Complete thread -- NCBI is hardly
Complete thread -- The patient’s psychomotor ______ . However, he
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ?? Alkeran most probably.
Complete thread -- says again....
Complete thread -- Well, that doesn't really make sense here.
Complete thread -- Ah, just found Ala-Quin
Complete thread -- Not sure. He says the same way each time and I don't here the leva.
Complete thread -- Someone who wrote a book/article, still not a medical word.
Complete thread -- no, because it (the Norvasc) has helped her Raynaud's. .. reads fine.
Complete thread -- Effects of immunomodulating treatment on autoimmune sialadenitis ...
Complete thread -- I don't hear any extra word, just sorta slurring, listened 4 times
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- It just read so funny. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your replies.
Complete thread -- I didn't hear a word there.
Complete thread -- Microlut?
Complete thread -- wav file. Did I miss a word in there?
Complete thread -- blebs?
Complete thread -- Need help finding an American brand contraceptive pill named s/l " ...
Complete thread -- chest x-ray showed consolidation and s/l blevis in the lung.
Complete thread -- indeed no such word from reliable sources. Nothing I can suggest to substitute though.
Complete thread -- Sounds like a made-up word for me, inflammation of lacrimal duct?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- On looking over the phrases in articles, i would say it is okay click link
Complete thread -- U-shaped operative site is present; upper hemilamina, facet sm
Complete thread -- I hear " flavum (I hear no blank here)__to the C7-T1 area left and right
Complete thread -- Could it be Levaquin?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! That's what it is! :)
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything where your blank is.
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything where your blank is.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- apparently started on *aquin* and prednisone at that time
Complete thread -- 18-gauge Tuohy needle?
Complete thread -- lamina to the ligamentum flavum _____ to the C7-T1 area left and right of the midlin
Complete thread -- placed in the *U-shaped* lateral recess of the lamina at
Complete thread -- NM...aeroallergens
Complete thread -- approximately?
Complete thread -- Skin testing to s/l our or elle allergens TIA!
Complete thread -- albuterol s/l post medley TIA!
Complete thread -- NM...it's oral cavity. Nothing like a new ESL to start the day.
Complete thread -- No nasal polyps or s/l cover-gee TIA!
Complete thread -- please listen to WAV
Complete thread -- do you hear montgomery?
Complete thread -- It sounds like "get down" to me.
Complete thread -- maybe a Tru-Pull, which I found just by guessing. It's a
Complete thread -- knee brace
Complete thread -- another wav please, thank you very much
Complete thread -- He "stuck with" Cipro??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #2 - He stuck with Cipro?
Complete thread -- last visit, before he went to New Orleans,
Complete thread -- on last visit before he went to New Orleans?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks for trying, no mention of psychosis.
Complete thread -- thanks to both for trying. I will flag.
Complete thread -- thanks for listening. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Does patient have a psychiatric disorder (psychosis?) Sounds a little like Haldol but the
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- terrible audio
Complete thread -- I don't even hear atenolol
Complete thread -- can a peritoneal brige be clipped for the purposes of herniorraphy?
Complete thread -- atenolol 50 mg p.o. every day, Cialis p.r.n., ______________ 0.25 mg at night.
Complete thread -- Allergies include ____________ therapy.
Complete thread -- Yep, I caught it but wasn't planning to reveal my duh moment. Thanks.
Complete thread -- listen for "doctor at Temple"
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- Can anyone help find a pain management doctor named "Dr. Temple" in
Complete thread -- consider T3, T4
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- good one, but he is butchering that badly if that is what he meant! Thanks though. Wound
Complete thread -- maybe propoxyphene
Complete thread -- Have a 13-year-old who attempted suicide and took a bunch of stuff otc`
Complete thread -- scan to confirm that - what is that? I've never seen a scan done to confirm hemostasis
Complete thread -- mobiliZed. not an s... anastomosis (?)
Complete thread -- cleared off the trachea and taken along the ___ (s/l anestama).
Complete thread -- yes thanks. ...
Complete thread -- right iliac crest?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- FYI...Midas Rex is not hyphenated.
Complete thread -- would it be *pea cyst? ...
Complete thread -- bone marrow aspirate and biopsy
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- the Midas-Rex drill and Kerrison rongeurs
Complete thread -- Neurosurgical op note
Complete thread -- Thank you much!
Complete thread -- pterygoid.
Complete thread -- Intraorally, there is tenderness in the medial *taracoid* sm
Complete thread -- With your different measurement tables, I'm sure we'd get them wrong. LOL
Complete thread -- oops, I had it spaced, but had the correct spelling. Door jelly?
Complete thread -- marking it as "the" leg to operate on. Had a lumpectomy & he initialed that one too.
Complete thread -- there's a Mac's Tavern
Complete thread -- doorjamb per 27 dictionaries at onelook.com above
Complete thread -- I am from Canada. I appreciate all your searching! It has been sent of ...
Complete thread -- I blanked both as she is clearly stating creatinine slightly elevated ...
Complete thread -- and coags ?
Complete thread -- same as hemoglobin/hematocrit; however, no indication that anything
Complete thread -- Thank you for helping. I couldn't find anywhere in the country! He refers to it again
Complete thread -- as what? lol. the opposite leg? Maybe that's their protocol, IDK.
Complete thread -- While this is nice, I somehow think the MT has either wrong word or
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- Even searching for Nix in the state of PA, not just Philly area...nada.
Complete thread -- could be 104, depending on country
Complete thread -- I only found Nickels Tavern and Noc's Bar & Grill.
Complete thread -- I found Nick's Bar, a lot of "Nick's" places, but not Nix. Wonder if he's guessing?
Complete thread -- I'm looking for a "Nix" Tavern in Philadelphia. Dictator spelled. I cannot
Complete thread -- did you figure out your s/l and the creatinine value? or should we keep looking?
Complete thread -- any other hints, or did you figure out your word?
Complete thread -- makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- maybe symmetrically something?
Complete thread -- My surgeon put his initials on my right leg.
Complete thread -- I bet it is slightly high at 1.4.
Complete thread -- The slow ___ (a/l dissectioned) anatomy of the inguinal canal was defined?
Complete thread -- OK, thanks to both of you.
Complete thread -- He had Escherichia coli isolater from a Foley. <- I think that's it. He's hard. Sorry all
Complete thread -- Okay, I think I finally got first part - Escherichia coli!
Complete thread -- he says marking left thigh for left side, s/l to me they're just using that mark for side
Complete thread -- BUN is not even "slightly" elevated at 104 and it is always higher than creatinine even.
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me - Perhaps to maintain orientation under all the drapes.
Complete thread -- wag on first s/l - He had x-rays?
Complete thread -- Would they mark the thigh for cystoscopy, stone manipulation, stent placement?
Complete thread -- door jamb
Complete thread -- door jamb
Complete thread -- Creatinine should NOT be 104. Listen again. That's not slightly
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- he had ess-rees he had coli ass-ih-lator from a Foley.
Complete thread -- indentation?
Complete thread -- Creatinine was slightly elevated at 104, electrolytes were normal as w ...
Complete thread -- There was ___ (s/l induptation) on her trachea?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ok, tidal volume appears normal
Complete thread -- Tidal volume 'something' is normal.
Complete thread -- procedure is PFT- Diffusion capacity is within normal limits. ___________ appears
Complete thread -- Never mind. I found it. prerenal azotemia
Complete thread -- Actually just found sample and it has "scalpel" wound so went with that.
Complete thread -- per-in-er-lie-sa-temia ??? see msg, please. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'm sure he meant stab.
Complete thread -- I used "outweighed" because he talked about it later in report and said "outweighed the
Complete thread -- Leaving blank. Tried to hear "stab" but it s/l "scalp"
Complete thread -- A "scalp" wound was made with a #11 scalpel. Does he mean anatomy or referring to
Complete thread -- Must be!
Complete thread -- benefits far "outceded" (not exceeded) the risks
Complete thread -- lol, no I looked it up after I read the post and now I know, but before I read the post
Complete thread -- WAG - maybe "impending" ????
Complete thread -- Google your s/l with the words after it...
Complete thread -- Does "pending malnutrition" make sense as preop diagnosis for EGD and PEG
Complete thread -- i have given her a prescription for a s/l seated 4 wheel walker
Complete thread -- i have given her a prescription for a s/l seated 4 wheel walker
Complete thread -- This was "colon"
Complete thread -- Thanks! He's saying it as ampulloisthmic.
Complete thread -- ampullary-isthmic junction
Complete thread -- infundibulopelvic junction?
Complete thread -- girl, where U been? :D See msg
Complete thread -- s/l ambulo ispec junction.
Complete thread -- I have never heard of that before, but yes that sounds like it would be correct! TY!
Complete thread -- adhesiolysis?
Complete thread -- adhesion lysis
Complete thread -- Laparoscopic cholecystectomy and ___ (s/l adhese the lysis)
Complete thread -- Oral s/l "cold" prep?
Complete thread -- that could be it, thank you!
Complete thread -- yes, noticed that difference with other words and other resources, maybe they s.m.
Complete thread -- found "crural" skin graft when googling
Complete thread -- YES! That is it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- This differs depending on what source you look in (see message).
Complete thread -- s/l defracting a skin graft & a (s/l cule?) graft?
Complete thread -- Thanks guys! ...
Complete thread -- V-Y flap?
Complete thread -- I have also but I really sounds like V via flap? Is there such thing?
Complete thread -- bunionette deformity?
Complete thread -- well, I guess I need to take that back, as it is in the Stedman's as callous formation....
Complete thread -- not sure of the s/l, but it should be callus
Complete thread -- deformity of the toes
Complete thread -- I've typed V flap before.
Complete thread -- I've typed V flap before.
Complete thread -- using (s/l V via) flap - in regards to skin grafting
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- I figured it out... It is Buscopan
Complete thread -- absolutely, see links
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "free" radical risk
Complete thread -- I heard the to date. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- growth to date
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- category 2 with no desire for her to go to the acute care hospital.
Complete thread -- I hear "atenolol that the patient has been taking was discontinued.
Complete thread -- sweeet! LOL
Complete thread -- Slowing it down to barely moving, it was atenolol! Great catch! Thanks.
Complete thread -- It really sounds sort of like that. I will flag anyway. Have another one now.
Complete thread -- maybe and then maybe he is saying the atenolol was discontinued??? WAG
Complete thread -- They did stop the diuretics but that does not sound like it either.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he did not start to say creatinine and saved that for the next sentence.
Complete thread -- I will flag. She has abnormal kidney function. Listed the meds. Does not sound like any.
Complete thread -- sounds like "care-ah-tin-all" ???
Complete thread -- It sounds like maybe it was a medication the patient was taking.
Complete thread -- --- to go to the
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- He normally gives a period after sentences, so this could be part of that sentence
Complete thread -- Wav file, not sure if there is a real word in there or not. Thanks.
Complete thread -- could possibly be Meprospan (muscle relaxant)
Complete thread -- I had to give her (s/l bespupan) - RE: sigmoid diverticulosis
Complete thread -- he London lancet: A journal of British and foreign medicine, ... - Google Books Result
Complete thread -- previous?
Complete thread -- Yes, I had slowed it down and heard it.
Complete thread -- like this
Complete thread -- next of kin, i.e. number one person on family contact list
Complete thread -- remember: p sounds like b, c like z, f like s, etc.
Complete thread -- Her s/l "nexakiss" her daughter Mary (made-up name). I don't think next of kin
Complete thread -- "through" is correct (passed through the interspace)
Complete thread -- "The patient is a dental assistant." (per VR). It was "The patient is edentulous."
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you. ...
Complete thread -- 1 l not 2
Complete thread -- sequellae, plural of sequella
Complete thread -- Durolane injection
Complete thread -- With so many other mistakes within that sample I had, I was hesitant but have done a lot
Complete thread -- I'd go with "to" also. Through sort of sounds damaging.
Complete thread -- Think I'm going with "passed to," as reports I've done in the past seem to have been
Complete thread -- A 22-gauge Tuohy needle was s/l "passed through" the L3-4 interspace
Complete thread -- nevermind...heard it through his mumbling...marked, duh, sorry
Complete thread -- ___(s/l Morbid) diverticulosis of the sigmoid?
Complete thread -- No, they are 2 separate procedures, but they can be done in the same OR setting
Complete thread -- I don't think you band prolapse on a colonoscopy. Prolapse would be a much bigger surgery
Complete thread -- Yes it does, thank you!
Complete thread -- Banding of rectal prolapse (rectocele is by definition rectal prolapse) if that helps
Complete thread -- Colonoscopy, polypectomy and banding of rectal ___ (s/l prolapse)
Complete thread -- Thanks, but on listening again, I now hear smoothness. : )
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- drives him a little nuts?
Complete thread -- that med causes dry mouth, if that helps at all.
Complete thread -- fullness?
Complete thread -- Okay, I'm at a total loss here. NP dictating a routine home visit for an
Complete thread -- Thanks for input below!
Complete thread -- Oh! I was just going to ask if it was a device maybe rented through Hy-Vee Pharmacy
Complete thread -- stands for "high volume," I believe, an abbreviation.
Complete thread -- ...for for humidification of the trach collar. (the rest of that sentence)
Complete thread -- They did arrange a *hi-bee* compressor to be available when he arrived.
Complete thread -- Gosh, it's almost impossible to tell which one. I hear them both! Maybe will leave it
Complete thread -- You know, I initially did think "false." I had better go back and check, just to make
Complete thread -- go with villous
Complete thread -- wag: "diverticulitis (oops, no,) false adenoma of the colon,"
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "villous adenoma"!
Complete thread -- "diverticulitis sorry vols adenoma of the colon"
Complete thread -- No stumble, spoken pretty clearly. I sent blank, thanks
Complete thread -- I think that would be pronounced with a K sound, FWIW
Complete thread -- I hear a K, but thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- could be stumbling over 8-French, changing mind to 6-French?
Complete thread -- It was not a "run-on" sentence in the first place, just a long sentence.
Complete thread -- Lipschiff knife?
Complete thread -- that is what works best for me too. so that is why I try to give those answers!
Complete thread -- s/l lipsky knife on below-knee amputation. See msg for sentence.
Complete thread -- I really appreciate the in depth answers, they really help me understand better,so thanku
Complete thread -- Ellman is a manufacturer of RF units?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- from a pathological standpoint, they are the same.
Complete thread -- they are interchangeable in this context...
Complete thread -- I always thought of dilatation as a procedure, dilation as a condition
Complete thread -- There was gastric pouch ____ (s/l dilatation or dilation) with food residue in it.
Complete thread -- The left caudal septum had moderate size vessels that were sm
Complete thread -- cardiac cath: s/l "etran"
Complete thread -- agree. Sept 2011 two new indications including prostate ca sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. : )
Complete thread -- since d/s, prob no lab given. Can access H&P for lab? post a wav? And,
Complete thread -- I'd go with hypo - I googled SIADH hypothyroidism, they seem to go together.
Complete thread -- Hmm, I just don't know, but thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- Hyper versus hypo in this sentence. Doc is just awful and I'm wondering if
Complete thread -- Pan short for "panoramic" maybe?
Complete thread -- His *pan* MRIs and CT of abdomen and pelvis revealed... (please
Complete thread -- nokiddin'
Complete thread -- long time gone, welcome back, hope things are going well
Complete thread -- likely it is a "classification" type drug, such as cillins, statins, sartans. don't guess
Complete thread -- good idea, agree
Complete thread -- i never trust a doc's spelling, unless its his own name. even then i wonder...lol
Complete thread -- I'd venture to guess this was "anti-DNA"
Complete thread -- AND? what is your point?? They spell absolutely horridly most of the time!
Complete thread -- or maybe 'serosal'
Complete thread -- yes, he did, sending QA. I don't take gamble when it comes to meds
Complete thread -- but, the doc spelled the med (?)
Complete thread -- since pat is on Trileptal, thinking tremors could be involved and coming up with
Complete thread -- maybe its pancreatrophin - but i'd still question it since he spelled it.
Complete thread -- a lot of times they spell from a handwritten list of the patient, using the patient's spel
Complete thread -- same doc spells "pennic"
Complete thread -- doc spells this - pencatrophine
Complete thread -- Good one! I hope the OP sees it. It's always great to find out even if you have to flag
Complete thread -- phew, it's working now!
Complete thread -- It's working fine for me. Maybe they just now fixed it.
Complete thread -- Won't work for me either today.
Complete thread -- grrrr, anyone else having difficulties with OneLook? it goes to the site, but only
Complete thread -- turbinates are +2. Good air flow.
Complete thread -- thanks much!
Complete thread -- My suggestion so it is not run-on
Complete thread -- ortho, can someone look at this? MD is talking fast and reading the procedure the pt
Complete thread -- such blantant immaturity, humans are just plain mean to other humans gad!!!
Complete thread -- s/l strideling is "trilineage cells" & "maturation through mature forms" sm
Complete thread -- Sure it isn't Noshir Antia? He did a lot of ear stuff.
Complete thread -- Melanoma, helix of right ear....excision with reconstruction.
Complete thread -- that's what I settled on. thanks
Complete thread -- In PE, turbinates are s/l *plus 2* good airflow ...
Complete thread -- sm for another thought
Complete thread -- no. wait. He very clearly said "after exploration OF the pelvis revealed..."
Complete thread -- thanks. I needed a fresh approach to this one. it has been an agonizing report.
Complete thread -- I think you are ovethinking it and over-editing --sm for my thought
Complete thread -- okay. he is making me very, very tired. This is a 15-minute hysterectomy dictation.
Complete thread -- You know the one I have trouble with? AAA because I have some docs
Complete thread -- Good idea!!
Complete thread -- Sorry, I tried. I hope you get it!
Complete thread -- Could have been it! I did recognize that he was starting a new sentence like you have it.
Complete thread -- LOL! I like "straddling yeast cells." Think I'll blank this... Thanks though!
Complete thread -- first sounds almost like "straddling yeast cells" lol, I can't hear too well tonight,
Complete thread -- Yes, patient has stage I multiple myeloma. Hope that helps!
Complete thread -- Do you have a diagnosis yet? That might help...
Complete thread -- "to allow the wound to air. That (the Foley) was taken out...???
Complete thread -- I left a blank. He had said that the patient had penile erosion from the Foley, but I'm
Complete thread -- 2nd blank "mature forms"
Complete thread -- Added a wav file.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I got all the other blanks filled in, so I am gonna send it in with
Complete thread -- ESL doctor again...
Complete thread -- Eh, it got deleted anyway. Good thing "f" showed up.
Complete thread -- For some reason, it stopped playing for me after listening through once.
Complete thread -- the second blank was repeating esophagus
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- yep. it is rouleaux
Complete thread -- rouleaux or SOMETHING LIKE THAT
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm (EGD)
Complete thread -- I can't listen to your wav but I think it's some kind of RBCs. Can't think of the term.
Complete thread -- The Foley was changed to allow the s/l wound hair/here that was taken out yesterday
Complete thread -- Uploaded wav to help out...
Complete thread -- Thanks. He actually changed it from "into" the pylorus to this, so I guess he's saying
Complete thread -- Bone marrow biopsy was consistent for _____ (s/l "roll-o") formation.
Complete thread -- I agree. If you are not verbatim....I might reword some of those "and thens".
Complete thread -- Your second sentence is a fragment.
Complete thread -- like this
Complete thread -- through is fine - describes the route of migration
Complete thread -- s/l saying the tube migrated "through" the pylorus. Shouldn't this be "to"?
Complete thread -- You WANT the mastoid air cells well aerated, so "paucity" makes sense in the context.
Complete thread -- Are these puncuated correctly?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Abbreviations and Acronyms
Complete thread -- (duh is me!:-) I see your point, fan; I believe you chose correctly.
Complete thread -- med s/l bearded peppers
Complete thread -- I found Jean Marc Estime. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Does anyone know how to spell the last name "Estamay"? John (but s/l zhahn) Estamay,
Complete thread -- PharmD = Doctor of Pharmacy
Complete thread -- I just checked the archives. I am hearing "per PharmD"!
Complete thread -- Does anyone know if PharmD is abbreviation for a pharmacist? I hear "per PharmD"
Complete thread -- first dose of warfarin at 5 mg tonight and the rest will be "puh fom D"
Complete thread -- both are similarly phrased sentences at different part of same report.. aren't they? so
Complete thread -- Hi Mgt :-) went with paucity from Lo's help below; thanks for confirmation.
Complete thread -- Oops, now I agree with both: paucity for s/l #1, opacity for s/l #2. Please skuse me! :-)
Complete thread -- hmmm...because the following words are (paucity) of aerated .. cells...my vote="paucity"I
Complete thread -- serous? as in serous membrane? Would help to know what was biopsied.
Complete thread -- I'd bet it is still supposed to be opacity. Isn't it on a film?
Complete thread -- paucity just means a small amount.
Complete thread -- need help with what s/l *paucity* pl sm
Complete thread -- now, that was the funniest post I have seen in a while.
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- I just typed in prostate cancer at rxlist above. It was 13th on their list of 98
Complete thread -- specific: rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates
Complete thread -- no, not always. there are 2 definitions of os, one of them is bony structure
Complete thread -- I bet that's it because he mentioned the patient had reddening of the skin and I see
Complete thread -- Show 'em the BOS, or any other English grammar manual.
Complete thread -- suggesting upper GI blood loss?
Complete thread -- Maybe Prolia, it's given through injection and for bone loss due to
Complete thread -- I think you got it. Many thanks.
Complete thread -- overvalued ideas?
Complete thread -- I think "os" is usually an opening/mouth of
Complete thread -- Psych note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- well, since os is bony structure, it could be that the needles are advanced until they get
Complete thread -- Back from QA. My blank is still there so guess they heard the same. It was really clear.
Complete thread -- having trouble with a term in an RFA procedure. sm...
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, no. It sounds like "subcu pro dia" even when slowed down. Thanks for
Complete thread -- I suggest "Achilles tendinitis"
Complete thread -- can you hear protease?
Complete thread -- "subcu Prodea" for carcinoma of the prostate. Context
Complete thread -- A *serose* T-shaped marker
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yep, thinking the same thing
Complete thread -- Nope, can't get that either. Thanks for trying! Stat and sending in now.
Complete thread -- hmmm, wonder if saying "accumulative use" instead of over-use?
Complete thread -- pain syndrome - s/l accum use
Complete thread -- Etiology? ...
Complete thread -- I think I'll go with release.
Complete thread -- Nope, not that. Now s/l *neh-fology* of blood loss. Guess I'll flag.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Going back to listen for that now.
Complete thread -- Possibility? ...
Complete thread -- His stool guaiac test was positive, suggesting *a fall-lah-gee of* blood loss. (Let
Complete thread -- I have always done it that way too but someone told me I was wrong. I think I am right.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Pain in central abdomen feeling like a punch and *release,* with max pain 3/10.
Complete thread -- MRI has a vowel sound beginning "em" so An MRI
Complete thread -- an MRI. Goes by sound. At least I always have done it that
Complete thread -- Should it be An MRI was ordered or A MRI was ordered?? nm TIA
Complete thread -- looks like 3MS is shorthand for Modified Mini-Mental Status exam
Complete thread -- Psych note: Elderly woman with longstanding bipolar disorder ...
Complete thread -- Funny, I didn't see "angry" in your posts either, lol. However, I do think
Complete thread -- sterily is not a word (sterilely)
Complete thread -- n/m estimated
Complete thread -- s/l *es-minute* pulmonary artery systolic pressure
Complete thread -- He said it again and think it's "Yost"
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Is this a run-on sentence??
Complete thread -- Hmm.. leaving as blank. Thanks :) ...
Complete thread -- believe doc slipped, intended bulbous (portion of nose, understood) not globus.
Complete thread -- "onspecific inhibitor. May be prolonged ..... forming an anti-Xa level but, on the basis"
Complete thread -- maybe anti-Xa ("ten-A")?
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Investigations to date have shown heterozygosity for factor V Leiden. ...
Complete thread -- Primary care physician is s/l "Dr. Yot" on the eastern Maryland shore.
Complete thread -- thanks anyway
Complete thread -- appealing idea...
Complete thread -- "basis" should be the plural of base, "bases."
Complete thread -- probably the s/l has to do with anterior nasal septum. Can't think what, tho.
Complete thread -- Squamous cell carcinoma of the *globus* in 2003. Please sm for
Complete thread -- philtrum?
Complete thread -- Never mind. Found Dr. Benirschke's website and it talks about calcaneal
Complete thread -- calcaneal displacement osteotomy - modified s/l binershkey incision
Complete thread -- s/l lithcum area??
Complete thread -- different docs examine systems differently.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I should have figured that one out lol. *yielded* ...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- they're not saying "gouty" are they?
Complete thread -- yield or yielded?
Complete thread -- 65-year-young (use both hyphens)
Complete thread -- not revealed
Complete thread -- I would put hyphen between year and young
Complete thread -- Ms ___ is a very pleasant 65-year young Caucasian female. Is this how you would
Complete thread -- "Thanks all! - -" Dpm
Complete thread -- welllll whoooooptee doooooooo for alice whoever. give her and all of you board police
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- alice answered the question over an hour ago and OP thanked her - it's all over now.
Complete thread -- No, you didn't ask me, but I asked you, and you didn't answer me. LOL
Complete thread -- I am not angry. I just don't get why there has to be continual attacks on some
Complete thread -- THEM report? (yes, I'm just trying to kill time until quittin' time)
Complete thread -- I still don't get what you are so angry about. No one accused you of anything.
Complete thread -- His/her/them/their/it/alien/all-inclusive. Now c'mon, find something else to poke at.
Complete thread -- and "correct" adrenal insufficiency (maybe)
Complete thread -- I don't see any "discussion" in your comment about something that I did not
Complete thread -- I think there is a bivalve anal retractor
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag. Short note and sending in now.
Complete thread -- why so defensive? is no one else allowed to contribute to discussion?
Complete thread -- how do you know it is not HIS report? Where did OP identify as female?
Complete thread -- don't you? Boo! yourself
Complete thread -- Hmm, just occurred to me, maybe bimanual? But on a male? (Isn't that just in
Complete thread -- see conversation below
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthesia and possible hemorrhoid banding. Please
Complete thread -- or pleural
Complete thread -- good, I see the board police are out in full uniform today. Don't you
Complete thread -- I never told nor even suggested to her to add squat. and I was not directing
Complete thread -- I didn't ask you, it is HER report after all. she knows what she can or cannot
Complete thread -- Guess ~ coronary?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We will also start patient on hydrocortisone and *question* adrenal insufficiency.
Complete thread -- not your s/l but all I can think of is Pleurx
Complete thread -- No fever or chills, no anorexia.
Complete thread -- (s/l guardy) infarction? I know there is a cardiac, myocardial, lucunar, etc but..
Complete thread -- chest does not sound like abdomen, pretty clear separation
Complete thread -- look out! some people here might think the chest is in the abdomen!
Complete thread -- dang, very very good homkjb, geez, I came up zip
Complete thread -- I didn't see the OP asking for advice on making up missing headings
Complete thread -- WAV posted now. TY.
Complete thread -- s/l pearl catheter
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- all well and good if you are allowed to add words not dictated. Some aren't.
Complete thread -- he said "to stimulate his appetite, but not eating"
Complete thread -- Quadriplegia follows "there is no leg edema." How is that the abdomen?
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: There is no leg edema. Quadriplegia. SKIN: No rash and no decubitus
Complete thread -- I think dictator is inconsistent dictating headings - quadriplegia not really in ab exam
Complete thread -- agree with anxious. did you see that you had S2, S2? and quadriplegia? in abdomen
Complete thread -- I'm guessing "ink shows" is anxious
Complete thread -- Sorry. I had not yet but I am going to.
Complete thread -- on FiO2 100. *ink* shows tachypneic, sweating.
Complete thread -- that has been there for awhile and no response, so I would say go for it
Complete thread -- NM! She said it later and now hearing FCU heads.
Complete thread -- Another poster wishes to post wav. Please let us know if you have flagged.
Complete thread -- Thank you!! Yes!
Complete thread -- Surgeon tripping all over herself. Cubital tunnel release. Please
Complete thread -- (i see there is another wav posted below. I'll wait to post)
Complete thread -- Appendicitis patient. ....no ablating. He ____ shows no anorexia.
Complete thread -- Is that the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- Medical history: s/l anaquinel internal hemorrhoids.
Complete thread -- nitinol wire ?
Complete thread -- the sl*night-nail* wire was passed through each one of the sheaths to verify...
Complete thread -- no "and" needed
Complete thread -- the adjectives differ; i.e., same as "big black cat".
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- notch and a lateral ________ technique was
Complete thread -- luminal is correct. TY.
Complete thread -- luminal
Complete thread -- sounds like luminal
Complete thread -- ? but no even ?
Complete thread -- wav posted. Since I saw him there has been no change in his abdominal pain or ____
Complete thread -- lol, I found that too and couldn't rule it out (because he has a terrible accent) but, SM
Complete thread -- Trerotola?
Complete thread -- extensive lower extremity DVT. TP should... thrombolysis with "terris device" to cut
Complete thread -- oops, thanks
Complete thread -- Wise (capped)
Complete thread -- nvm i got it, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- is this right... lateral *displacement* techniques
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- to breastfeed have all been explained
Complete thread -- imiquimod
Complete thread -- imiquimod --- thought I'd never get that one
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- dysfunction as well as inability to _______ as well as need
Complete thread -- s/l micklemod - no dosage info - TIA!
Complete thread -- NM, short note and going to send in now.
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- lololololol
Complete thread -- Findings on colonoscopy: Scattered *an* diverticulosis.
Complete thread -- Was saying before that "in quotations"
Complete thread -- I hope you send that with a blank before hypothalamic hypogonadism. She is definitely
Complete thread -- Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- inspiration?? hypothalamic hypogonadism
Complete thread -- s/l he MAY be saying "Provider met with the mom..."
Complete thread -- disregard, ESL, speaks clearly when he said to delete prior stmt.
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- cursed her mom out. _______ met with the mom last
Complete thread -- Tp started on Levaquin since tp has severe leukocytosis with
Complete thread -- documentation "hypothalamic hypogonadism"
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- feed presumably because of ...
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- You rock!
Complete thread -- Zonegran (antiseizure/epilepsy drug)
Complete thread -- s/l Xologran/xologram
Complete thread -- He was unable to feed _______ because of anastomotic
Complete thread -- FYI - he goes back to those other values and changes things
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- not your blank, but I hear "BUN 15 after the CO2 21.1"
Complete thread -- his electrolytes right now showed
Complete thread -- That was not mine but i added mine again.
Complete thread -- LOL Will add again.
Complete thread -- and here, "was a prominent eustachian valve (1) and Chiari network (2), which were
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- there is endomysial antibody ? but I'm not positive that is is related to hyperlipidemia.
Complete thread -- I don't think you did that right. about 3 seconds of nothing and then a grunt?
Complete thread -- Just background noise...
Complete thread -- He is in the _______ right now which showed sodium
Complete thread -- Sorry - HPI: Hyperlipidemia
Complete thread -- type of lab(s)...sounds like "endo myo" lipoprotein panel - Doc LOVES to abbreviate
Complete thread -- 6685, but I don't know how he reached that number.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- For me... MRA/CTA
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe "MRA CTA evidence"?
Complete thread -- better leave it blank
Complete thread -- do you know patient weight? dose is usually mg/kg for pediatric
Complete thread -- 10 yo girl with otitis media and sore throat.
Complete thread -- need more info, like surrounding sentences, age or could you post wav/mp3?
Complete thread -- "Tylenol 160 mg/5 mL for a total of *60 685* mg p.o." what does he really mean?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sm for what I hear
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ambulatory?
Complete thread -- boxer's splint
Complete thread -- sliding into first
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She was____ while playing softball last friday and injured...
Complete thread -- ime orthopedics
Complete thread -- fractured ring finger s/l doxer/doksher splint
Complete thread -- s/l 4/5 gaylors
Complete thread -- She had some minor pain, a little bit of tenderness. She is still wearing the Ace wrap.
Complete thread -- She has some mild pain _________ . She still wearing the Ace wrap. N ...
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- that is not correct
Complete thread -- bicalutamide
Complete thread -- YEP, that's it lol...guess I'm just too tired lol...time for bed. THX!!
Complete thread -- possible?
Complete thread -- med spelled b-i-a-c-a-o-u-t-a-m-i-n-e
Complete thread -- No, it's definitely not also, as it is the very first and only med listed. SM
Complete thread -- there was a large apple and a banana, which were ripe fruits.
Complete thread -- also?
Complete thread -- per? pressure load.
Complete thread -- Allergies: s/l *hos-el* penicillin. NM
Complete thread -- Negative speeds test. Negative adduction __________ . Examination of the sm
Complete thread -- well at least now I do not feel alone on it LOL
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't make any sense of it either.
Complete thread -- If there are some significant chronic issues that could be . . .
Complete thread -- If there is some significant or ________ that could be addressed witho ...
Complete thread -- This file is after the vital signs on the PE. I cannot make anything out of it sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- deduce
Complete thread -- He can try an empiric course of Entocort for one month and if it promp ...
Complete thread -- berranil 50 mg
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- past–point Mirriam_Webster's Medical Dict
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- nooooo. there was a prominent valve and the Chiari whatever = variants.
Complete thread -- I think I found it, detemir
Complete thread -- Insulin "dayta male"
Complete thread -- past-pointing I mean
Complete thread -- I think it's past point (like pastpointing)
Complete thread -- Diagnostics
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me as is
Complete thread -- he leaves out what I guess he thinks are nonessential words...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Hmm, sounds weird, there were a prominent. Maybe I'll leave out
Complete thread -- were = variants, 2 of them.
Complete thread -- variants/variance?
Complete thread -- yep, google mandibular tori
Complete thread -- Started typing your s/l in google and this came up
Complete thread -- thank you! I do use Google!
Complete thread -- oral cavity is significant for bilateral "s/l tori mandibulari? ...
Complete thread -- Google can be our friend
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- how I would do it
Complete thread -- list of diagnoses. Sounds like: "Insulonoma"
Complete thread -- fourchette
Complete thread -- A 1-cm rim of cauterization was then also performed along the*por-shoe* of the cervix
Complete thread -- hmmmm... not after lots of searching, eh?
Complete thread -- Just found it also - but not after lots of searching - thanks for verifying! nm
Complete thread -- Epogen (epoetin alfa)
Complete thread -- the pain is mild and it is intermittent. 2 adjectives describing pain.
Complete thread -- Medication help - see inside pls.
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestions!
Complete thread -- Just curious, are you saying no commas then? Many opinions, I know...
Complete thread -- I agree, I'd probably sneak in an "and" somewhere in here.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I'd type as chronic, residual, mild-to-moderate intermittent pain.
Complete thread -- train wreck
Complete thread -- Punctuation?...sometimes it is hard to determine coordinate adjectives/sm
Complete thread -- Maybe she can't "take" it because she can't tolerate it?
Complete thread -- Thanks, will do so.
Complete thread -- Ah, it was gait training. Got another note by her and this time more clear.
Complete thread -- I would flag.
Complete thread -- Tap water.
Complete thread -- New therapist dictating a PT note for male pt with shoulder pain. She
Complete thread -- Sorry Alice, sent the report awhile ago. Thanks for trying to help
Complete thread -- it says she is unable to tolerate or take it, so I'd think those were pretty specific
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks for trying. s/l keep or keet. Going to flag and move on now
Complete thread -- yes, just got it, thanks - the other one is Tyrer-Cuzick
Complete thread -- class = Claus
Complete thread -- step?
Complete thread -- Wound was irrigated for approx 3 mins with s/l coppler following anesthesia.
Complete thread -- It could be just an intolerance and not necessarily an allergy, so no, I
Complete thread -- Interventions may include therapeutic exercise...*keep* training, manual therapy....
Complete thread -- can anyone help with Gail risk model (for breast cancer) sm plse
Complete thread -- could be - thank you. ...
Complete thread -- Is the doc just correcting him/herself...flick/fixedf?
Complete thread -- makes sense, if she is allergic to codeine, then she cannot take anything with codeine in
Complete thread -- IME orthopedics
Complete thread -- video laser ablation, i'm thinking he stammered on it.
Complete thread -- knowN
Complete thread -- know history to codeine.
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- what happens after "canal"? are you sure about "from"
Complete thread -- acid-fast IS negative
Complete thread -- NM, now I'm hearing KOH smear.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Had that to start with, then decided I heard a C in the beginning.
Complete thread -- Normal pharyngeal flora. *TOH* smear negative. Acid-*fasting* negative.
Complete thread -- Got this. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- prior mastectomy area
Complete thread -- I think I just posted over you. Post again, please!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- 3. History of ductal carcinoma in situ and lobular carcinoma in situ of the left
Complete thread -- Tympanoplasty: Betadine was *brought in from* the external auditory canal
Complete thread -- I don't think rotator cuff goes with acromioplasty in this example.
Complete thread -- My guess.
Complete thread -- sorry - too fast (acth-induced)
Complete thread -- s/l "used" Cushing disease, sm
Complete thread -- Punctuation help; please see inside.
Complete thread -- Cozumel - Was not in Florida! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Could always google Kissimmee pronunciation.
Complete thread -- Kissimmee? That is the closest I can find. Not sure how that is pronounced.
Complete thread -- I did send a WAV file. Thanks
Complete thread -- Are you required to cap what you did so far? Is there a notice or
Complete thread -- Florida town, sounds like Casa Nel. Must be close to Venice.
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- Oh thank you so, so much!
Complete thread -- height loss probably.
Complete thread -- pls sm (cap "meeting" or not?)
Complete thread -- mild vertebral s/l highflucks at C6
Complete thread -- Looks better. Thanks.
Complete thread -- for a skin- and nipple/areolar-sparing mastectomy
Complete thread -- oh dear
Complete thread -- ...for a skin and nipple-areolar-sparing mastectomy. Hyphens correct?
Complete thread -- Nah, I just had a hunch and played around on Google.
Complete thread -- I believe that's it! Thank you! You're a rock star! ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Passavant
Complete thread -- Pt works for s/l passive and homes and goes from home to home helping people out.
Complete thread -- adverb sometime (one word) means "at an indefinite or unstated time in the future." The p
Complete thread -- deemed
Complete thread -- s/l dealed medically stable TIA
Complete thread -- There are "some times" when I don't feel like working. I guess that might be a rare
Complete thread -- I don't think you would ever use "some times" or at least it would be a very rare occasion
Complete thread -- its a coupon to get the medicine cheaper.
Complete thread -- sometimes or some times?
Complete thread -- s/l nuromic??
Complete thread -- that is a drug. I thought you were looking for a medication/insurance CARD????
Complete thread -- thanks for coming back to share
Complete thread -- Are you required to transcribe "May first" as a date?
Complete thread -- Found it. Fluoroplex - for 5-fluorouracil.
Complete thread -- yes, rest pain.severe claudication the pain is also felt ar rest. .
Complete thread -- Pt was given a s/l 4-plex card to decrease his out of pocket expense for a medication
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. One base it is and moving on. :-)
Complete thread -- agree... just repeating the word base
Complete thread -- I would think he's just repeating base?
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as acid-base-base balance? TIA
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- it would be nice if they said "resting pain," but they don't
Complete thread -- rest
Complete thread -- femoral to peroneal bypass graft.....see inside please
Complete thread -- Winn family of guide wires have distal ends of varying stiffness. Operate these guide wire
Complete thread -- That skipped right through that part on my first listens. Do not know why,
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- with 1 liter per day
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks again!
Complete thread -- Thanks all. She is such a joy.
Complete thread -- I missed that. I reread her reports all the way through because it is so easy
Complete thread -- "in eversion motion" instead of and eversion
Complete thread -- resistance I'd say.
Complete thread -- I thought I was hearing "passive still"? Would that make sense? Not sure.
Complete thread -- Continues to be ?a little? unstable
Complete thread -- never mind... he is just stumbling over stasis ulceration
Complete thread -- take out the cell, and it makes sense.
Complete thread -- My only thought is resistance?
Complete thread -- s/l stasis cell ulceration.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Only 1 blank in this report.
Complete thread -- atrophy and a small "pancake" chronic subdural hematoma
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. New one for me. Thanks.
Complete thread -- What's that got to do with subj/verb agreement, MT50?
Complete thread -- skeletal muscle?
Complete thread -- elevated CPK with s/l skel-uh-ble muscle TIA!
Complete thread -- I'd say this was closer to the s/l and probably it.
Complete thread -- I doubled checked their overseas website, it is "Winn" wire sm & link
Complete thread -- crural?
Complete thread -- have you gotten to the exam part? he might say it again later.
Complete thread -- s/l crew al --might be cervical lymph node,
Complete thread -- agree (it is sort of like an anchoring arm keeping the implant steady)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l...crew-al lymph node...sm
Complete thread -- Haptics?
Complete thread -- Asahi (Abbott Vascular) 180cm / Pilot and Win wires 300 cm. •!
Complete thread -- over the lens glide. *taptics*were placed in the
Complete thread -- all I can athink of is arrundage may be roughage
Complete thread -- chronically is an adverb, you do not hyphenate adverbs she is a chronically sick-looking
Complete thread -- plinth
Complete thread -- then, yes, there are 2 items with each having its own value. are and the BoS
Complete thread -- I am just asking about is versus are right now. We don't go by BOS2, but thanks
Complete thread -- Per BOS2 (see message)
Complete thread -- shouldn't it be the H and H are instead of is since it is 2 diff things?
Complete thread -- I always get confused on this. doc says the H and H is 14.3 and 38.2. is/are
Complete thread -- food s/l arrundage
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- RF? (RFA - radiofrequency ablation), but I can't hear "A"
Complete thread -- grade dysplasia treated with _______. He is on Nexium b.i.d.
Complete thread -- I think I am going with piece.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear something like "food arrundage"
Complete thread -- LOL I wish!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Agree that comprise is correct.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- compromise
Complete thread -- Aciphex?
Complete thread -- "Symmastia gives the impression of the breasts touching each other in the center."see link
Complete thread -- NM...finally got it...symmastia
Complete thread -- obvious s/l mastia. TIA!
Complete thread -- high grade dysplasia treated with *arrest*. He is on
Complete thread -- Do you get extra combat pay for doing this dictator?
Complete thread -- chronically sick...
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- Thank you. He did it again later in the report. He said,
Complete thread -- Thank you. He did it again later in the report. He said,
Complete thread -- him
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- therapeutic gastroscope
Complete thread -- grammar
Complete thread -- 6 cm mass in the anterior left *place* which seemed to be
Complete thread -- An attempt was made to cross the peroneal lesions with a *winwire* whi ...
Complete thread -- scope was replaced with a ______ gastroscope was also brought
Complete thread -- immobilization?
Complete thread -- IME orthopedics
Complete thread -- Tubex
Complete thread -- akathisic? (sometimes spelled akathitic)
Complete thread -- haven't heard it put that way, but that would be my guess; colonoscopy and EGD
Complete thread -- Kerlix?
Complete thread -- For a child's dog bite wound, s/l *tuvex* guaze dressing ...
Complete thread -- Top and tail scope... Is that the same as mouth and anus scope?
Complete thread -- for anaphylactic reaction
Complete thread -- idiopathic maybe?
Complete thread -- you get an AMEN from me on that!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hospitalized for an s/l ick-e-stetic reaction to Stemetil. (sm)
Complete thread -- at the upper limit of normal size.
Complete thread -- at the upper end? Forgot the 'the'
Complete thread -- at ? upper end? of normal
Complete thread -- The aortic root appears ___________ normal size at 3.7 cm. ...
Complete thread -- It would make sense if the last part came first: With the patient's dementia, the stress
Complete thread -- flow void. ;-) Time for bed!!!
Complete thread -- Brain MRI read - s/l vascular signal *fluoride* - ESL doc
Complete thread -- hardly 'perfect'.. results were discussed with the daughter due to the patient's dementia
Complete thread -- what do you mean 'bizarre' - makes perfect sense - don't be so picky!
Complete thread -- I suspect it's shadowing, but not much to go on in your post.
Complete thread -- "The stress test results were discussed with the daughter with the patient's dementia
Complete thread -- I do believe that's it! Thanks so much! I couldn't find it because I added a "u".
Complete thread -- showering phenomenon
Complete thread -- ok, I hear 'because of" now. I think you got it, darlene!
Complete thread -- I hear "or because of dementia"
Complete thread -- try Coreg
Complete thread -- This is from a patient with congestive heart failure. The sentence goes:
Complete thread -- yep...you got it!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Just now it sounded like "arousal" index. Does that make sens ...
Complete thread -- no...not high horse. I was once a 'newbie' and know how stupid I felt asking for help.
Complete thread -- None of this was funny or a joke. It comes up on Google just as everyone said.
Complete thread -- plm is the periodic limb movement... polysomnogram is the test. you'll find it. :)
Complete thread -- Different indexes (indices)
Complete thread -- Will do. I tried PLM index but it didn't get me far. ...
Complete thread -- AHI apnea-hypopnea index? look up polysomnograms ...
Complete thread -- Hey BB... I went to Bing instead of Google, and typed Nexium hb...
Complete thread -- PLMS
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- elliptical?
Complete thread -- squamous cell carcinoma excision
Complete thread -- beriberi
Complete thread -- Diagnosis of s/l "berry-berry" with high output heart failure
Complete thread -- huh? plinth? I'd flag that. i thought the dictator was stumbling over the next word.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I just could not make it out with his mumble there and the girls talking.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. It is a stat so sending it in.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Going to type as: ....equal height plinth... Thanks!
Complete thread -- Do see definition of that. I can't say it makes any sense to me. Does
Complete thread -- PT note again, same as below. Therapist tired or lax in enunciation. Please
Complete thread -- and plinth (?)
Complete thread -- Able to transfer from power wheelchair to equal height *uh plenth* independently...
Complete thread -- ;-)
Complete thread -- that's it
Complete thread -- WAG: wrong underlying diagnosis ?
Complete thread -- My Google freezes up as well. What causes that? Does anybody
Complete thread -- just dropped by to post and thanks for the laugh!
Complete thread -- s/l rollin
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Sorry, I have been using Bing because Google kept freezing up, but found it on Google.
Complete thread -- yes, likely. No atherosclerotic fixed arterial narrowing, just Raynaud's phenomenon
Complete thread -- The patient appears to have "pure" vasospasm.
Complete thread -- Probably received rude comments when they began posting and are carrying on a tradition.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Who said anything about spelling? lol
Complete thread -- I don't wear panties, but thanks for the suggestion. I imagine wadded panties would be qu
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I googled "Nexium and HB7" and the answer was 2nd link down.
Complete thread -- Just ignore them. Perfectionist spelling police have nothing better to do.
Complete thread -- you are correct, thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you to the nice people on here and I don't understand why people write rude stuff,
Complete thread -- anytime...
Complete thread -- I did too and it was about 4th or 5th down the page!!!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Don't get your panties in a bunch. Don't help if you don't want to,
Complete thread -- back off
Complete thread -- I did and it just brought up stuff for nexium, not HB7! I always google first!
Complete thread -- v i t r e u s ?
Complete thread -- Yep, let's just spoonfeed'em.
Complete thread -- Nexium Hp7
Complete thread -- Well, that would just take too much effort, evidently.
Complete thread -- yes strands of vitreous in front of the lens. TY TY TY
Complete thread -- Did you Google "Nexium and HB7"?
Complete thread -- strands of vitreus
Complete thread -- nah - look it up
Complete thread -- Wav posted if that helps. TY
Complete thread -- prescription for Nexium and ___ (s/l HB-7).
Complete thread -- In left eye, ....we can see some strains of s/l V2 seen in front of the lens in ...
Complete thread -- You're the one who needs to change jobs if you're sending out crap like this. I don't
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- this was excised at the source where it appeared to be a nonunion of an old
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is posted now.
Complete thread -- still hear the enthesophyte wav. may need to delete that one and try to place
Complete thread -- This doc keep changing his sentences. Cannot hear blank s/l "wound's" source? WAV
Complete thread -- Typos, in our biz, are a big deal.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hmmm does not quite sound like actinic
Complete thread -- (wow! inspired!)
Complete thread -- an enthesophyte lines the ventral and lateral margins of the ...
Complete thread -- An enthesophyte lines the ventral?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- found actinic?
Complete thread -- MRI of the right shoulder performed on 3/9/12 demonstrates supraspinat ...
Complete thread -- The pathology reports ___ (s/l found out) keratosis and the margins are clear
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? high-end audio ?
Complete thread -- patient designs *hi-ent odial* equipment
Complete thread -- so what, I made a typo, big deal
Complete thread -- note: to examINE the patient's fundus
Complete thread -- I understand that, thank you.
Complete thread -- Numbers is plural, not possessive, i.e., numbers.
Complete thread -- I most certainly would not use flys.
Complete thread -- As stated, BOS recommends not using hyphen with metrics any longer, even when modifying.
Complete thread -- Not sure....flagging. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- 12 mm would not need one even if she did use them because it's not modifier.
Complete thread -- wondering if he is just making up superior margin?
Complete thread -- Can you hear Kuglen?
Complete thread -- Might doc be saying "forceps sphincterotomy," indicating the tool used? WAG
Complete thread -- Tenderness of the *SMO* (SNO or SHO) region of the shoulder. SM
Complete thread -- s/l forced sphincterectomy
Complete thread -- iris *coo ban* hooks
Complete thread -- found this - Precision linear 8 contact lead Boston Scientific sm
Complete thread -- Never mind, searched a different way in the archives and the opinion is flys.
Complete thread -- this is a defib lead. (Endotak, that is)
Complete thread -- Reverse fly exercise - plural. Would it be flies, flys? Cannot document. I even saw
Complete thread -- Night be - a mental health adult housing services= Single Point of Access (SPA ).
Complete thread -- AWESOME! Thank you soooo much darlene!
Complete thread -- I believe means - injecting or removing saline via an injection port
Complete thread -- would it be then "taking its effect"?
Complete thread -- TY! Fluid input sounds just right!
Complete thread -- blanking this, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- thanks, he is very clear, and if the number's modify, I use hyphens.
Complete thread -- Not hypen with metric per BOS, but if you are going to use then should
Complete thread -- thanks and that is the entire report
Complete thread -- ? fluid input (in the band) The first sentence doesn't make
Complete thread -- about 12 mm and sized to a 31-mm... is actually how it should read
Complete thread -- what was the refill for?
Complete thread -- s/l clued input? RE: Lap banding
Complete thread -- You need some commas in there as well.
Complete thread -- s/l wale blade saw
Complete thread -- remains in better control pending spot application? You need to give more context.
Complete thread -- no clue but pretty sure that sidewall and sidewalls are 1 word. I know pelvic sidewalls
Complete thread -- Here's a link, which clearly shows you do not eliminate semicolon because of the word "and
Complete thread -- perhaps the OP didn't see the second response
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I looked under SPA on MedLexicon and "student progress assessment".
Complete thread -- would prefer more context. is it supposed to be ? remains in better control pending
Complete thread -- fyi
Complete thread -- s/l spa, but have no idea what he is talking about
Complete thread -- Pending _____ application.
Complete thread -- Got it, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- VBAC
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l...z pack delivery...sm
Complete thread -- mucinous cystadenoma?
Complete thread -- resulted as *niece in a cyst* adenoma.
Complete thread -- Upon entering the epidural space, 50 cm Endotak Boston Scientific lead?
Complete thread -- s/l stand device
Complete thread -- something isn't making sense here. what is the procedure?
Complete thread -- Is this okay?
Complete thread -- Upon Entering the epidural space, 50-cm *8 Contact* Boston scientific lead
Complete thread -- I thought when 'and' was there, it eliminated the need for the ; Will fix it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- You aren't supposed to cap after a colon if giving a list, and if you are going to use
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Do a Google search on this - carcinoma within a focus of endometriosis
Complete thread -- See inside (before and after).
Complete thread -- 'focus' of endometriosis? sm pls
Complete thread -- I was trying to use semicolons to break this up a bit and make sense of it. Not sure
Complete thread -- not, beat, sounds like thunderclap now
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- first one you showed is correct
Complete thread -- where do the commas go? sm please
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- use of word "recall" here:
Complete thread -- Dorlands: If you look up capitellum it refers you to capitulum and I would say put in a
Complete thread -- that makes it all better then.
Complete thread -- Fracture of the "capitellum distal humerus" Should there be any punctuation between
Complete thread -- it was a joke. i teased her i was right on another one.
Complete thread -- she wasn't the only one answering either, that is rude.
Complete thread -- must be, thanks!! lb - you were right again!! :-)
Complete thread -- thanks all!
Complete thread -- sorry, propanolol.
Complete thread -- I should have googled that combination. I never thought it could be propanalol!
Complete thread -- hahaha
Complete thread -- mycelia
Complete thread -- google "propranolol and methimazole"
Complete thread -- a volitional smile
Complete thread -- ? volitional
Complete thread -- (given in conjunction with methimazole for hyperactive thyroid)
Complete thread -- Neurologic exam on an elderly female with possible TIA s.m.
Complete thread -- doctors prescribe methimazole (Tapazole) and propylthiouracil (PTU) for most types of hype
Complete thread -- Oh, sure rub it in, hehe :-)
Complete thread -- ?propranolol?
Complete thread -- Advice (opinion), an opinion or recommendation offered as a guide to action, conduct
Complete thread -- Thyroid biopsy. Meds are methimazole and "profamalol." See msg.
Complete thread -- ? check: Thunderbeat
Complete thread -- respiratory status markedly declined and eventually she was sent for
Complete thread -- cool, i was right LOL
Complete thread -- "nonspinal" needle question the other day - he filled it in as s.m.
Complete thread -- s/l thunder coapt device
Complete thread -- Not sure of blank but think it is "and eventually seh was sent..."
Complete thread -- respiratory status ______ find any entry. She was sent
Complete thread -- s/l levocyclear
Complete thread -- The patient had*florid white bicelia*throughout the medial canal with a thick crust b
Complete thread -- and I saw two-stent as another term for culotte (maybe instead of T-stent)?
Complete thread -- Tp has s/l periceliac adenopathy and dilated bile duct.
Complete thread -- Nevermind - it's culotte
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- Sorry, I could not hear anything on my end to try to help.
Complete thread -- Exact context please (full sentences before, during and after would help)
Complete thread -- Will flag, thanks.
Complete thread -- T-stent or *cool-lots*
Complete thread -- myeloradiculopathy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Found GlucoPlex on the internet, but not Ferric, says it pretty clear tho.
Complete thread -- mild radiculopathy
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Neurosurgical admission note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- she was given Heparin subcu. She is also on _____
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- super
Complete thread -- ferrous gluconate?
Complete thread -- She is also on *ferric Glucopex IV*.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- got it: avocations
Complete thread -- rehab services note: s/l ay-va-cations of hunting
Complete thread -- Maybe nothing to with "refill" but could be "fluid input"
Complete thread -- ? phlegmon
Complete thread -- gotcha - I see what you mean
Complete thread -- what was the refill for?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (s/l clued imput) in regards to lap banding
Complete thread -- I hear it like this:
Complete thread -- Hopefully he can get his full PFT's evaluated...
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION AND PLAN: 1. Dyspnea on exertion. _________pulmonary sym ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it's "echocardiogram showed" ---
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- large ____ cuff. After 5 minutes, his blood pressure
Complete thread -- poor window due to body habitus. He was scheduled for but has yet to obtain PFT ...
Complete thread -- On cardiac ________ moderate aortic stenosis with poor _________ to t ...
Complete thread -- help me please :(
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ROTFLMAO. That was my first post today. You're so cute!
Complete thread -- Aaah, another piece of advice, on how someone else does it.
Complete thread -- That sounds like advice to me.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You're obviously someone who likes to argue. Have fun, but I have better things to do with
Complete thread -- Unless we also work on your same account, I hardly think our advice is
Complete thread -- She's saying "2+, 0-" (2 plus, 0 negative) but I have no idea how you would format it.
Complete thread -- I will be in touch with you...
Complete thread -- No, I didn't. I already know what each of my accounts will allow. That's not what I
Complete thread -- sorry, but you needed a little advice.
Complete thread -- I will ________ with you in the next couple of days to further discuss ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Again, I didn't post to ask advice but to ask what those of you who do gentle editing
Complete thread -- how to type VIM format pls
Complete thread -- a guess, (need more info) s/l sferrzation/sulfurization may be saucerization
Complete thread -- This morning.
Complete thread -- Thanks, she's tough. Says s/l Sferrzation. I'll have to flag it. nm
Complete thread -- I set it off with commas....Today, in the morning, in the nursing home
Complete thread -- again, even if you can change it, I would not until cleared by the acct/doctor to what
Complete thread -- common because that's how it's said in many romance languages
Complete thread -- room is good
Complete thread -- This particular account is not verbatim and we DO change slightly. I was just
Complete thread -- argue w/Medilexicon then. I was just the messenger.
Complete thread -- yes, and where I work, you do leave it. Check w/acct before making a change to find
Complete thread -- it's fixation of the rectum
Complete thread -- Do any of you have ESLs who continuously say "today morning"?
Complete thread -- grammatical sense...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...since the last question was ventilator-associated pneumonia...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- VAP or maybe VAT SM
Complete thread -- ...or equal
Complete thread -- staph?
Complete thread -- what would that mean?
Complete thread -- reconsider toe-to-nose
Complete thread -- propriocepTION
Complete thread -- parietal
Complete thread -- history of ________ with Acinetobacter baumannii in May 2011 ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- recurrent ventilator-associated pneumonia versus
Complete thread -- ventilator-associated pneumonia, admitted recently in April with recur ...
Complete thread -- cauterization I'd think
Complete thread -- Fine for two reasons: First, pt used the word. Second, Google does
Complete thread -- exact context plzz/??
Complete thread -- weak bladder "mouth"
Complete thread -- yeah, I caught the filled/field thing before I sent it in. thanks!
Complete thread -- ESL Derm surgeon again - s/l sulfurization? (Instead of shave removal) TIA! nm
Complete thread -- I'd love to give them the true 'verbatim' they are always screaming about. Think
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- Hey, I'm always thinking "WTF" when I see some of the "MTs" here.
Complete thread -- Peribronchial cuffing, also referred to as peribronchial thickening or bronchial ... passa
Complete thread -- Wow.. just wow. You go right ahead.
Complete thread -- s/l emu ess tee (MUST) Coumadin therapy
Complete thread -- but sometimes 'as dictated' is wrong. I'd still flag.
Complete thread -- 2-beat nystagmus OR I find on google directional preponderance...
Complete thread -- I agree...but, the way some docs talk is questionable too.
Complete thread -- *perihilar* - fingers faster than brain
Complete thread -- i'd bet 100 on perhilar (sometimes we argue what we hear, but...)
Complete thread -- and, i'd question "cupping" cuffing... ??
Complete thread -- perihilar lung FIELD infiltrates (not filled)
Complete thread -- I'd love to, too!!
Complete thread -- I'd love to, too!!
Complete thread -- you, GO, girl!! I am right there with you.
Complete thread -- that T/D sound is pretty clear. Thanks, though. I am just going to leave a blank.
Complete thread -- it is tempting ha ha
Complete thread -- Sorry if I broke any rules by saying that. You all know how frustrating it can be.
Complete thread -- I never would, but would love to be able to put "WTF!" on some of these reports!
Complete thread -- perihilar?
Complete thread -- I guess but strange. I usually hear hives as the reaction to something specific.
Complete thread -- with ___-beat nystagmus? or do u know what "the DP to nystagmus"
Complete thread -- CT scan of chest shows....
Complete thread -- That's it! You are all wonderful! It is "toe-to-nose". I looked up neurologic terms and
Complete thread -- this is a prime example of why we are not to "add" anything or assume we know.
Complete thread -- per medilexicon (link on page) EOMP
Complete thread -- but, I'd question "toe to nose" - I've never heard this but picturing it makes me LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway...I suppose the "MT" could be for movement, just never heard it before.
Complete thread -- has adequate strength in his arms and legs?
Complete thread -- MAYBE he is saying "he has equal strength...."
Complete thread -- extraocular movements (EOM) EOMI (extraocular movements are intact )
Complete thread -- meaning he gets hives with allergies?
Complete thread -- I usually hear "EOMs intact" (EOMI)
Complete thread -- Well, you might could, but I couldn't. It is as dictated.
Complete thread -- The sentence doesn't sound complete- "His acral strength his arms and legs."
Complete thread -- I can't seem to figure out which is correct on ENT exam- "EOMP" or "EOMT" intact??
Complete thread -- For allergies he says "hives" (nothing else)
Complete thread -- Thank you, but what is that? Never heard of it.
Complete thread -- maybe acral strength?
Complete thread -- Hi, need help with a sentence. The background is a man who hit his head while drunk.
Complete thread -- that's what I thought, gave him 51 to 100 thousand
Complete thread -- I'd not type as dictated, I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- I'ma bet 51,000 to 100,000. They NEVER dictate the "thousand" on the first number given.
Complete thread -- p.s. really appreciate the "warneri" (I should know better than to trust dr.'s spelling)
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- no way to be sure, just type as dictated. Staphylococcus warneri (check spelling)
Complete thread -- plse sm for lab question, thanks very much
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. I found a Gayle Griffiths but she's in California.
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- systolic blood pressure
Complete thread -- for heart rate greater than 110 or s/l "SBP" greater than 220
Complete thread -- listen for "archaea"
Complete thread -- Pediatric GI
Complete thread -- Dr. Gail Griffin, MD Family Practice Physician in Frederick, MD. Review detailed informati
Complete thread -- I'm looking for a doctor named Gayle Griffith in Maryland. He spelled Gayle.
Complete thread -- true, I've done coding before. might even check that out since MT seems to be going to SR
Complete thread -- Just for info. The BoS 3 has changed the basic rule for METRICS, so you no longer would -
Complete thread -- huh??? why
Complete thread -- 2 x 6 mm excoriated lesion.
Complete thread -- BoS no longer wants hyphens with metrics. so 6 mm
Complete thread -- Or, of course, a hyphen for 2-mm in the 2nd example also (but not first example)
Complete thread -- that's not the purpose of expansion in the diagnoses, it is also to aid coding and
Complete thread -- Either way is correct if so dictated. I would add hyphen between the 6 and mm, 6-mm lesion
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. Listen for 'radioscaphoid.' That is really it. It sounds like
Complete thread -- It is 'radioscaphoid'! I don't know why I did not hear it myself. THanks.
Complete thread -- Question on correct way of transcribing dimensions of lesion. sm
Complete thread -- s/l reduced to me also - i.e. anatomically reduced position
Complete thread -- radioscaphoid?
Complete thread -- cavity? membrane?
Complete thread -- I just re-recorded and posted wav again. I used to be able to listen to my posted wav file
Complete thread -- its usually Mallampati, which is why I can't get your "frag-min" word.
Complete thread -- I can't make it out, too much background noise when re-recording.
Complete thread -- nope, all i find is resection. sorry
Complete thread -- *proc* rectal no problem. Sent to QA
Complete thread -- Operation is excision of scaphoid and limited wrist arthrodesis. Pre and postop
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- a "reprieve" - a vacation over summertime (one word) and start ...
Complete thread -- what's the diagnosis? is it prostate cancer?
Complete thread -- tibia vara
Complete thread -- geez..nevahmind, proctectomy. you had it right. i give up LOL
Complete thread -- he already said resection of the rectum or *something else* of the rectum. Thx
Complete thread -- lemme research a little, but sure think its resection
Complete thread -- prostatectomy...geez I can't spell today
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I can hear the "ta-tion" part but the whole thing sounds like sigh-ta-tion
Complete thread -- proctatectomy (sp) but it'd be resection (never heard of citation)
Complete thread -- resection of the rectum or s/l citation of the rectum
Complete thread -- His oropharyngeal *frag-min* is grade 3.
Complete thread -- I suspect it's more recognized as MRSA endocarditis than it is methicillin-resistant
Complete thread -- what does that have to do with it?
Complete thread -- Well, it's an adjective in this case but I may expand. Thanks.
Complete thread -- absolutely if in diagnosis(es)....
Complete thread -- I expand when it is part of diagnosis, with (MRSA) after it.
Complete thread -- Would you expand MRSA in this case? (diagnoses)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. It does look strange, but I don't think I can do anything about that.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- You genius! :) How did you find it?! Yay thanks a zillion!
Complete thread -- Got it! Zolfaghari, David MD
Complete thread -- ha ha no prob at all! This is driving me crazy sulfig-airy is how it sounds
Complete thread -- I don't think so. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- Sorry about the caps :)
Complete thread -- DAVID ZUEHLKE, MD, (Joplin, MO)?
Complete thread -- struggling to find this doc: Dr. Zulfa Gary (cardiologist near Springfield, MO)
Complete thread -- ^ exactly what I was going to say - don't know how else to do it though
Complete thread -- I probably would do it just how you have it but the "' looks strange.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- how would you transcribe "kay kay kay"?
Complete thread -- yup stent fixation; Thin stent wall is engineered to elongate when stretched lengthwise p
Complete thread -- ERCP. Food material and old bile were still present in the *wall* of the stent.
Complete thread -- I was gonna say "cirrhotic" ? but okay.
Complete thread -- sorry!!! too fast posting, he corrected himself
Complete thread -- doc talks about pt having a fatty liver in the past in the HPI, then (sm plse)
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch! ...
Complete thread -- pallor
Complete thread -- pallor
Complete thread -- Right pleural effusion and query underlying mass
Complete thread -- "started as" makes sense, or "possibly just had..." (i.e., not really metastatic)
Complete thread -- Thanks for that. I'm going to flag since I can't be sure.
Complete thread -- found a few "studded" words... might just be studded?
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- Father died at 61 of metastatic cancer, possibly *studded* laryngeal cancer.
Complete thread -- where is original post?
Complete thread -- no and no and no...
Complete thread -- not capitalized
Complete thread -- lactulose control or Lactulose Control?
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- a morcellator perhaps?
Complete thread -- More info in original post.
Complete thread -- Breast mass excision, instrument that s/l miocella.
Complete thread -- Great
Complete thread -- oops - should be "well-perfused" feet
Complete thread -- she has well perfused feet bilaterally today
Complete thread -- No, it's crystal clear. :-)
Complete thread -- new doctor, please help
Complete thread -- Moderate "LLM" of the right wrist. I think it's clear but I can't figure out what
Complete thread -- I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- My accounts I cannot add words so when they dictate that, which they do, I put it as
Complete thread -- (it has) been managed by
Complete thread -- could he be saying fall and loss of vision in her right eye?
Complete thread -- doctor says motor sensory intact
Complete thread -- I think diuresis can induce hypotension so maybe that's what she means. By discontinuing
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- This doc really needs to learn something about sentence structure.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. They all have odd ways of saying things.
Complete thread -- Go ahead. I am pretty sure the word I was questioning was correct. Just weird.
Complete thread -- I really want to hear something about improvement in BP, but it's not coming. sorry.
Complete thread -- sorry, I see someone else posted a wav in the meantime
Complete thread -- please help with WAV
Complete thread -- wav file. Am questioning the word room. Thanks.
Complete thread -- as suggested & also called CLS 3.5 Runway guiding catheter sm
Complete thread -- Thank you, that is it though she stumbled all over it (No other information was given. )
Complete thread -- primiparous? (does she have one child?)
Complete thread -- This was a 29-year-old *primatus* patient who had become pregnant via IVF.
Complete thread -- I was so wrong! I thought I heard inch or edge and those made no sense
Complete thread -- yeah, benchmarked
Complete thread -- benchmarked?
Complete thread -- benchmark portion
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks. I think I hear a word but not sure.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I just relistened and started searching for clf. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l CLS - did find google hits for 6-French CLS 3.5
Complete thread -- WAV file, cardiac catheterization. I only get these when the doc uses the wrong job
Complete thread -- http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/109111-overview
Complete thread -- Please ignore
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- One-to-one given. Pending discharge planning and transfer to ______ for continued ca
Complete thread -- Are Zones of the hand written in Roman or Arabic numerals I find both on seaches....
Complete thread -- almost s/l St. M___ Hospital? (what state is this?)
Complete thread -- Hard to tell! Maybe hospice?
Complete thread -- One-to-one given. Pending discharge planning and transfer to ______ for continued ca
Complete thread -- Think I am going to flag this one - really sounds like Foxpro
Complete thread -- Can you give anymore info? maybe a sentence it is used in?
Complete thread -- I thought I had that one, but can't find, list of what I have with "fox"
Complete thread -- I see a Fox Plus balloon
Complete thread -- not " totally positive" but listen for"Mobitz" heart block, also, when stuck sm
Complete thread -- Angioplasty with a *Foxpro* balloon
Complete thread -- hint for next time, when lucky to have company name mentioned sm
Complete thread -- There is a Tekscan used just throwing this out as possible
Complete thread -- Just rechecked. Unfortunately, he dictates "3" followed by wh ...
Complete thread -- thank you very much.....
Complete thread -- CTS computerized tomography scan? CT scan?
Complete thread -- Is it possible that it could be 3 titanium suture anchors?
Complete thread -- I will use 3 x 10 and highlight. Thanks! I appreciate your help. ...
Complete thread -- oh, and by the way, speech wreck thought it was sacral psychosis...
Complete thread -- Brilinta -- (ticagrelor) is used to lower your risk of having a stroke or serious heart pr
Complete thread -- Any information on diagnosis, condition, etc?
Complete thread -- At the rate I'm going today I guarantee much, but I think it is 3 x 10
Complete thread -- A med name. s/l Bu-lin-tu
Complete thread -- arthroscopic stabilization right shoulder
Complete thread -- oh, for the love of... siccrothum is SCROTUM give me strength. thanks anway
Complete thread -- sorry, s/l is siccrothum
Complete thread -- renal colic, renal stone and left sicrothum varicocele
Complete thread -- Going to repost this, as the sound like has changed.
Complete thread -- Diagnoses on admission: Renal colic, renal stone and left s/l siccrothum
Complete thread -- I'm sure it's a computerized something scan. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Community Transition Services (CTS) ?
Complete thread -- Now THAT makes much more sense (stupid me!)
Complete thread -- Patient is to see TBI Physical Therapy for a s/l computerized donor? scan(CDS).
Complete thread -- If they are shooting for 6 as a goal they really are setting the bar pretty low I guess
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I wondered about that but thought maybe goal would be less than 6 on pain meds? Looks like
Complete thread -- Thanks... was thinking along those lines just thought I was missing something since didn't
Complete thread -- Probably means it is a 6 on a scale of 1-10, usually they would say 6 out of 10.
Complete thread -- assessed ?
Complete thread -- The patient’s pain level will *be a six* on analgesic medications
Complete thread -- excision?
Complete thread -- throat polypectomy *exception*
Complete thread -- off her abilify due to concerns about ____ heart block
Complete thread -- due to concerns about ? heart block ...
Complete thread -- not too distant future (not distance)
Complete thread -- block. One-to-one support given. Fully..
Complete thread -- patient is off her Abilify _______ heart block
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Yes it is !!
Complete thread -- steroid?
Complete thread -- Did you look up scaffolding?
Complete thread -- The client has been assaultive and threatening to both
Complete thread -- right hip stuart injection
Complete thread -- 1. _____ threatening both MD and staff
Complete thread -- 2. Family was notified about the patient's behavior.
Complete thread -- Only known history is as stated below. Flagging and sending on. Thanks
Complete thread -- Couple of questions...
Complete thread -- cartilage?
Complete thread -- might be posterior cruciate substituting knee replacement
Complete thread -- Pt have a history of opiate/heroin use? -- Suboxone
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- hyperammonemia?
Complete thread -- s/l hypermonia
Complete thread -- IME orthopedics
Complete thread -- pelvic rock, Gaenslen, and Patrick
Complete thread -- Patient has chest pain and endometriosis.
Complete thread -- med s/l suboxil - do dosage info TIA!
Complete thread -- SI joint provocation tests are positive on the left with pelvic ____ and Patrick test
Complete thread -- zimmer "pusher cusher" substituting knee replacement
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- found an article about --sm
Complete thread -- orbital step-off deformity
Complete thread -- nadir of viral load maybe?
Complete thread -- sorry, more than just your blank doesn't make sense to me --sm
Complete thread -- unloading scaffolding (it's a patform you put together to work on stuff)
Complete thread -- s/l step? does this make sense??
Complete thread -- sense? the patient was provided a tibial motor nerve block.
Complete thread -- chronic hep C virus genotype 1A treatment naive viral load 224,000.
Complete thread -- chronic hep C virus genotype 1A treatment naive viral load 224,000.
Complete thread -- prominent symptoms after her ___ (s/l electrolytes control).
Complete thread -- unloading a scaffolding or unloading and scaffolding
Complete thread -- How about just choosing wav OR mp3 and let others use one of them?
Complete thread -- Don't worry. That person will probably post 50 wavs and mp3s before
Complete thread -- what?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cant hear so WAG-injection?
Complete thread -- cant hear. what is the s/l
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Pleasant male, well-appearing, mildly anxious, in no acute distress. ...
Complete thread -- thanks....I could not get past "ductal" plasma
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think...."and I advised him, based on these results..."
Complete thread -- I am sooo sorry! We must have been posting our wavs at the same time. go ahead and
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm....patient with HIV, hepatitis C, and ESRD
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION AND PLAN: 1. Globus. I advised that most evidence of glb ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He says pupils are reactive before the sentence starting with "oropharynx had"
Complete thread -- mildly anxious
Complete thread -- maybe not
Complete thread -- or "but certain people"
Complete thread -- Pleasant male, well-appearing, __________in no acute distress. Orop ...
Complete thread -- Left blank. Sure sounded like normal though.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard NORMAL cystocele??
Complete thread -- He follows up with Dr. Brinley - isn't there something after Brinley?
Complete thread -- It is not particularly painful
Complete thread -- Most ? with globus have a psychological based component, OFTEN mild anxiety
Complete thread -- about a 3rd of the people have reflux
Complete thread -- also directs a choir so he sings a lot
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION AND PLAN: Globus. _________ have psychological based compon ...
Complete thread -- HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: A 54-year-old male who comes to clinic for ...
Complete thread -- left s/l "nurma" cystocele.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that for a few months after, he would awaken in the middle of the night
Complete thread -- for a few months afterwards he would awaken in the middle of the night
Complete thread -- His mother recently passed away and does state that ________ having so ...
Complete thread -- I don't know how you'll ever figure out #2 with all that rattling and crap.
Complete thread -- Got it, stricture :) ...
Complete thread -- Abdomen is not distended, soft, nontender. On rectal exam there is no ...
Complete thread -- I hear something about someone lost 40 pounds, .... something and then 3 pounds??????????
Complete thread -- should be there now, thanks
Complete thread -- both have a neuroendocrine component
Complete thread -- no file is loading. try it again maybe??
Complete thread -- I thought so too, but not sure.
Complete thread -- ? Lou Gehrig/Zollinger-Ellison syndrome
Complete thread -- help with wav please.
Complete thread -- thank you thank you thank you thank you !!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- This is number 4 in a list of 10 diagnoses. Number 3 is "Type 1 multiple endocrine
Complete thread -- Some days, it will scare the pants off of you to hear some of the contradictory
Complete thread -- Thanks. This is a GI consult. I guess he should know better.
Complete thread -- Tru-Cut are biopsy needles and thru-cut or through-cut forceps are forceps.
Complete thread -- they both have unique media, HIDA = hepatic 2,6-dimethyliminodiacetic acid
Complete thread -- antrostomy - thru-cut or Tru-cut
Complete thread -- Can DISIDA scan and HIDA scan be used in conjunction with one
Complete thread -- if you continue reading right around where that is, I'd bet you see the
Complete thread -- because as you so conveniently provided, it is capped when 'accompanied
Complete thread -- At least I hope that's what happened. It wouldn't be a good thing if the
Complete thread -- I think you're probably right but will flag to be safe. Thank you (& thanks to nm too).
Complete thread -- Thanks. I suspect he was looking at 150 and misread as 1500.
Complete thread -- pramipexole? something is way wrong. flag...
Complete thread -- flag it...
Complete thread -- drug s/l tamapexil - pls sm for context.
Complete thread -- why don't cap ??
Complete thread -- yep, because max dose is 200 a day.
Complete thread -- No, he clearly says fifteen hundred.
Complete thread -- I'd listen for 50 to 100 mg maybe said really fast
Complete thread -- sertraline "1500" mg daily. Is that
Complete thread -- oops, yes it was ESBL like you said! He speeds up at the end of his
Complete thread -- Thank you! Yes,
Complete thread -- that first part you hear is ESBL extended spectrum beta lactamase
Complete thread -- Sometimes I just love the way doctor's pronounce things.
Complete thread -- I'd go with Acinetobacter. you got it.
Complete thread -- agree...heard large-mouth before, but not 'open-mouth' - must be that doc's way of speakin
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- organisms like s/l "ES belack neto bacter" (probably acinetobacter)
Complete thread -- ok thanks. I'll flag. nm
Complete thread -- have seen wide-mouth, large-mouth, but not open. either.
Complete thread -- s/l open mouthed diverticula
Complete thread -- Thanks. Do not know why I thought 2 ten.
Complete thread -- agree T10 transverse myelitis
Complete thread -- T10. I thought I heard 2. Not 2.
Complete thread -- I wonder if she means it became immune mediated in 02/10?
Complete thread -- wav posted. I know what it sounds like. I cannot figure out why it would fit.
Complete thread -- I hate doing eyes, its almost a whole different lingo.
Complete thread -- only thing I can think of is that after the vasectomy, the wound/incision area became
Complete thread -- since he said history of on the first one, how about history of vasectomy?
Complete thread -- Yes, just found it too. Thank you very much. I'm new to eyes.
Complete thread -- "T waves in II and aVF..." (not 2)
Complete thread -- ?? fovea
Complete thread -- pigmentary changes noted in the macula in the right eye just inferior to the s/l phob
Complete thread -- Listen, you can try that all day. But if you USE critical thinking skills and a brain
Complete thread -- Listen, you can try that all day. But if you USE critical thinking skills and a brain
Complete thread -- I'd also go with 'through' on the first other s/l
Complete thread -- I'm trying to think of something that would fit, but... ??
Complete thread -- YES! Thank you! Report has been driving me nuts, almost 18 minutes long
Complete thread -- ....that's why I asked... maybe someone heard of something that sounds like
Complete thread -- by looking at the definition, I'd say no.
Complete thread -- subfalcine?
Complete thread -- suppurative vasectomy?
Complete thread -- 49 y/o found unconsciousness sm
Complete thread -- ty. She might be mangling this, but I'm going to flag. nm
Complete thread -- listen for ST depression
Complete thread -- fiddle me this batman
Complete thread -- no clue, just a very long list of meds
Complete thread -- s/l FV depression
Complete thread -- maybe they are saying "consulted"?
Complete thread -- funny, isn't it?
Complete thread -- Lotemax?
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening... he's always coughing, but usually I don't get the static too!
Complete thread -- No, not here with the information given. that is the concern, not the previously
Complete thread -- is there any clue what it is used for/
Complete thread -- cancer, so the ?history? is somewhat remote. cough, cough. cough...
Complete thread -- medication s/l Notafax
Complete thread -- Neurology - .wav sent - ESL doc with coughing and static
Complete thread -- eye = I poley (the v in vas) = believe astosis = asbestosis. lol
Complete thread -- It was "and, I believe, asbestosis."
Complete thread -- huge guess - how about poly-L-lactic acidosis. ??
Complete thread -- Well, he just gave "history of asbestosis" in diagnoses, so maybe that.
Complete thread -- well. lots of ideas, but not enough clues. could it be some type of ostosis?
Complete thread -- 1/4 inch? (quarter inch)
Complete thread -- eye poley vas astosis
Complete thread -- s/l cornish osteotome
Complete thread -- No, it is what he said.
Complete thread -- Clearly saying apophysis s/b epiphysis??
Complete thread -- maybe, but it is used that way in archives too. search brooking or
Complete thread -- thanks! new to me. But believe the needed verb would logically be "imbricate."
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could be imbricating sutures? imbricate and mature?
Complete thread -- ? chech Brooke sutures and Brooke ileostomy
Complete thread -- s/l brook and mature the jejunostomy
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Thanks much.
Complete thread -- ndividuals typically demonstrate protein C antigen and activity levels that are approximat
Complete thread -- s/l an'gen
Complete thread -- Ooh yeah we have them here in VT too. Isn't there wickedwhoopies.com?
Complete thread -- yah, I know. but it just won't be the same as going to the store and getting one fresh.
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- mmmmm, sounds good to me, I'll make some tonight hehe. There are some places s.m.
Complete thread -- oh, can U please send me a whoopie pie? droolllssssss lol
Complete thread -- ayuh, we say it too
Complete thread -- heart failure (CHF) is pretty critical as is atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- you say ayuh in VT? thought that was just a Mainah thing to do haha
Complete thread -- VT here
Complete thread -- so no need follow for Afib and new CHF symptoms - Oh my.
Complete thread -- I hate when they do that. Lose time and money researching, then find out at the end it
Complete thread -- where in northern NE are you? I'm in Maine.
Complete thread -- he's mumbling something before spinal, flagged to be sure. thx
Complete thread -- Popular wins the day!
Complete thread -- It was Ms. Chaloux. She spelled it, last sentence in report. Denise.
Complete thread -- yes thanks, I can hear that now!
Complete thread -- sure did look; can't find, perhaps stumbling on "ahhhh" spinal needle
Complete thread -- way wild guess, rickettsial?
Complete thread -- Once again, you guys are the best!
Complete thread -- I think it is Miss or Ms and Chalou is right. She is also in Houlton and is a social
Complete thread -- s/l *ra-ke-sel* infection
Complete thread -- Miss Chaloux? Chaloux is a popular name up here in northern NE.
Complete thread -- Maybe its "Miss" ...
Complete thread -- how about 5-inch long spinal needle.
Complete thread -- Her middle name begins with an M, so don't know if she goes by her middle name?
Complete thread -- There is a Linda Chalou in Presque Isle Maine?
Complete thread -- Okay, at least we think it starts with an M. I was uncertain.
Complete thread -- s/l meeshaloo? Sounds like a person's name?
Complete thread -- WAV file. Patient is having insurance company problems, in Houlton Maine.
Complete thread -- not hearing that, this is something he has never said before...hmmm thx tho
Complete thread -- They say paraspinal needle?
Complete thread -- Doc doing a lumbar puncture says used a Quincke 22-gauge 5 inch "nonspinal" needle.
Complete thread -- thanks got it with your help, he said "improve medication delivery. She can use it"
Complete thread -- As close as I am able to get after he repeats himself (sm)
Complete thread -- another wav please, thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- foregut duplication cyst
Complete thread -- you need to include nuclear med to get avid up. I do hear/read this term.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- got u, thanks!
Complete thread -- Clean case "without contamination" as opposed to contaminated case.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- means it was sterile?
Complete thread -- this is used in surgery reports
Complete thread -- I was thinking "hyperactivity" ??
Complete thread -- this is a clean case. My doc uses this always.
Complete thread -- uterus is anteverted. os slightly open. could be saying six weeks' size.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- guess - IO - inpatient observation?
Complete thread -- anteverted, os slightly open, blood clot in vagina - also saying six
Complete thread -- Pt with CVA, admitted to the Neuro *I O* status. Pt had MRI/MRA.
Complete thread -- os, slightly open, blood clot. _______ no profuse bleeding, adequate products
Complete thread -- P.S. Of course, he says "no" hyperavidity but the same principle applies.
Complete thread -- I think hyperavidity just means increased uptake of the tracer, doesn't it? I don't do
Complete thread -- thanks, will relisten for that.
Complete thread -- Sorry, thought more info might help me, but I am at a loss... the only thing
Complete thread -- Second example of "hyperavidity" use.
Complete thread -- interrogated?
Complete thread -- The patient found to be in ventricular tachycardia, was cardioverted, s/l intragrade
Complete thread -- What is the exact context of the repeated time it is said?
Complete thread -- The term "hyperavidity" on PET scan, patient with TCC of the bladder.
Complete thread -- I was putting emphasis on that particular point. If I need to shout, I can. Again
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you thank you
Complete thread -- surface antigen status
Complete thread -- Obstetrical note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- TY. Learned new word today.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- senescent
Complete thread -- Guessing maybe ...process or significant changes?
Complete thread -- Still nothing there.
Complete thread -- no intracranial process and *sin o sin* changes.
Complete thread -- sonogram: Crown-rump length ?
Complete thread -- nothing there.
Complete thread -- will take any WAGs . . .
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He has carefully considered all these factors and wants to proceed wit ...
Complete thread -- an archaic way of saying it, or foreign, but would leave as dictated since
Complete thread -- follow up after mris are "resulted"
Complete thread -- thanks that's what I thought
Complete thread -- I wouldn't because use of medical is not specific enough for proper noun in this case
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ProAir?
Complete thread -- She is currently on aspirin, garlic, _____, lisinopril 10 mg a day. ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Current medications are vitamins, digoxin 0.125 mg a day, diltiazem 12 ...
Complete thread -- pt placed on 2nd floor medical. should medical be capitalized?
Complete thread -- go back and read it
Complete thread -- He probably did mean toe, does it fit with the rest of note?
Complete thread -- Could they be referring to an ABG?
Complete thread -- I left the blank. Another mysterious medication that doc pulls out of
Complete thread -- if that was the diagnosis being discussed, but unfortunately it is not. Please please
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- totally occluded
Complete thread -- think about it ...
Complete thread -- Stenting of a total ________right coronary artery, 03/21/12. ...
Complete thread -- Pronounces and spells "Stanzel." Only med I could find ending with zel is Banzel and
Complete thread -- new onset CHF is a great reason to follow BNP
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought so but got confused. lol
Complete thread -- with the balloon fully inflated. the Foley balloon is fully inflated, that had to hurt.
Complete thread -- not sure if saying fully or Foley.
Complete thread -- Right. I guess I will type it since he said it. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Under laboratory for patient who had been in an MVA, s/l *brachi* test ...
Complete thread -- although it isn't really correct, as there is only one thumb
Complete thread -- Yes, like great toe.
Complete thread -- NM. found on Medilexicon. unstable angina.
Complete thread -- anyone heard of a "great thumb"?
Complete thread -- Of course! Thanks!
Complete thread -- acronym -- USA -- see context in msg. not having any luck finding
Complete thread -- There is no need to follow BNP. TP does have electrolyte imbalances obviously
Complete thread -- Pansinusitis?
Complete thread -- s/l pansuisitis
Complete thread -- likely BNP (1 lab value) since= for CHF, but, easier to tell for sure with wav
Complete thread -- that makes really good sense. that everything they checked in the neurologic examination
Complete thread -- but your impressions are from imbalances found on the BMP.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- good call
Complete thread -- clamping of the NG tube
Complete thread -- I think I'll blank. Too hard to tell for sure. Thanks.
Complete thread -- how about "appeared to be intact"?
Complete thread -- Not sure if BMP or BNP but hear BMP slightly more. Patient has CHF though.
Complete thread -- I think "exam" is the correct term. Thanks for your help everyone.
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- note commas; central vs centrally; imaging - not imagery.
Complete thread -- I think the wording is a little different...(thinking)
Complete thread -- update: It could be "exam" is intact. Does that make any sense to you?
Complete thread -- Ok, let's go about this differently. It's probably not "patent", but is still sounds like
Complete thread -- I don't understand what you mean. Sorry
Complete thread -- You have to delete the one already since many people rudely don't delete
Complete thread -- about "patent"
Complete thread -- sentence address on wav file
Complete thread -- tried sending WAV file.
Complete thread -- posting a MP3/wav
Complete thread -- do you know how to post a wav or MP3 so we could hear it also?
Complete thread -- Patent (adjective): Open, unobstructed, affording free passage.
Complete thread -- fine-tuning the sentence
Complete thread -- more info on the same sentence
Complete thread -- she did give the full sentence, but did not give any other context
Complete thread -- nevermind...i see what you did, my bad.
Complete thread -- relaxed tension lines (I don't hear "now")
Complete thread -- well, neuro exam patent could very well be what the dictator meant.
Complete thread -- Teresa, its okay, you'll learn. But, try giving sentence before & after what you are look
Complete thread -- I still didn't see the whole sentence or paragraph.
Complete thread -- not necessarily, but since the OP has no more concern in this, I'm not wasting
Complete thread -- I may assume "but" was a stutter but you also assumed it was actually stated --sm
Complete thread -- get over yourself please, this board is for giving suggestions because none of us can
Complete thread -- oh, well, let's quit ASSuming stuff. How about it.
Complete thread -- that is assuming the "but" was actually said, could have been "patent -- buhhhh..." intact
Complete thread -- possibly "nexus" --sm
Complete thread -- what????? ignoring that little word 'but' in there are we?
Complete thread -- makes sense... meaning image quality not good enough to determine for certain
Complete thread -- it looks like neuro exam: "patent" is being corrected to intact by just restating
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- which is technically *indeterminate of the imagry*.
Complete thread -- lymph node lateral to the *lexus* of the hyoid bone
Complete thread -- Bloopers
Complete thread -- the (now) relaxed tension lines to provide an advancement flap (not slot) -sm
Complete thread -- incisions were placed in the relaxed _____ lines parallel to the incision to
Complete thread -- nope and it looks like she flew the coop already.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- In other words, we can't help you if you don't supply enough info.
Complete thread -- TheGreatDictator.com
Complete thread -- sounded like she stuttered on "3" then said minus 3.?
Complete thread -- I think I hear a word just before * -3 *. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- neurologic ?? what where. PLEASE read rules for posters. thanks
Complete thread -- can you give more info? sentence before and after?
Complete thread -- pelvis, however, at -3 and quite ballottable. (No semicolon with this use of however.
Complete thread -- The neurologic was s/l "patent" but intact.
Complete thread -- Obstetrical note help, please.
Complete thread -- The last one was perindopril. Other may be betaxolol (or whatever Betoptic generic is)
Complete thread -- I don't know if that was a blank? I'm as confused as you are.
Complete thread -- need a clue what those are for, especially the solution. multitude of possibilities
Complete thread -- this is bizarre eh. No s/l. nothing. Just do it. LOL
Complete thread -- I thought ??? was a blank
Complete thread -- sentence sounds fine. what are you trying to figure out?
Complete thread -- it could be virtually anything -
Complete thread -- what could this be?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- s/l betacillin ophthalmic solution and s/l parendrobil 2 mg
Complete thread -- 25-1/2 weeks' pregnant is how I would do it.
Complete thread -- how to write this...
Complete thread -- :o
Complete thread -- :o
Complete thread -- no one has heard of it
Complete thread -- Glad I asked! Thanks. esl: tet tee nuss!
Complete thread -- what would that mean?
Complete thread -- listen for tetanus
Complete thread -- consider "trace positive"
Complete thread -- cool...
Complete thread -- Allergy to TIGINOUS. (or TG nuts)
Complete thread -- make up stuff. not O, but a 0.
Complete thread -- FYI, see message for explanation of this. Just for future reference.
Complete thread -- thanks, I just found something on Google, too.
Complete thread -- may be doc's way of saying he used bipolar, like a small tap of cautery...??
Complete thread -- BREASTS: No mass, no discharge bilaterally. Is this what you're looking for?
Complete thread -- ...bleeding vessel was also noted and this was also "buzzed" and stopped
Complete thread -- LYMPH NODES: No cervical, axillary, or inguinal lymphadenopathy.
Complete thread -- _____ nodes obstruct bilaterally.
Complete thread -- likely, dictator short cut for O=(negative for murmur or S3 or S4 but who knows for sure
Complete thread -- glad I could help, and yea, never guess anything... you knew what i meant. ;-)
Complete thread -- Never heard of stress positive guaiac. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- You're actually exactly right. Very plainly Bidil and tape.
Complete thread -- I thought it was stress positive. Had to make a short wav as names were there. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Stool guaiac was stress-positive. repeat stool guaiac in the hospital was negative.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks again.
Complete thread -- how about BIDIL and TAPE? - but never guess on allergy, I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- s/l "bidey lan tape"
Complete thread -- hematochezia
Complete thread -- New to this board - thank goodness for it!
Complete thread -- On thinking about it, I think that is exactly what happened.
Complete thread -- Does he mistakenly dictate "history of present illness" instead of intended "impression
Complete thread -- I hear the word "illness" also.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought I heard illness or even way out, within normal limits.
Complete thread -- He starts to say, "There is a..." and then stops and goes onto the plan.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- TY !!
Complete thread -- Tri-Sprintec ...
Complete thread -- ESL stumbling over med
Complete thread -- tinkling?
Complete thread -- I know this is a 'stupid' word, i.e. I should know what it is . . .
Complete thread -- ? placement - doesn't s/l your s/l, but is a common word
Complete thread -- wag: is she ESL? mispronouncing "ptosis" (something drooping; maybe the pacer position?
Complete thread -- Maybe pork? Pork gelatin is used in many vaccines and even some insulin.
Complete thread -- Atrial fibrillation status post permanent pacemaker s/l "with posis"
Complete thread -- late, but "rough" might make sense as in "rough draft" - first look to screen for ...
Complete thread -- take out the comma after Dr. Daya, also
Complete thread -- oops... a zero on heart sounds.
Complete thread -- That is the best thing to do. I've never heard of
Complete thread -- I think you got it...
Complete thread -- never
Complete thread -- Okay to discharge with s/l "inspiration" of Carafate added to her Nexium.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is definetly S1+S2+0 but I left as a blank because I cannot ...
Complete thread -- something about anterior drawer sign for cruciate ligament
Complete thread -- I would say no because dictation systems were around long before
Complete thread -- S1, S2 - I am thinking saying plus meaning and. The 0 I would
Complete thread -- With allergies and meds it is best to flag because anything we
Complete thread -- S1 + S2 +0? ...
Complete thread -- S1 plus S2 plus 0?
Complete thread -- Sounds like she's listing cork as an allergy, but I don't think I've ever heard this
Complete thread -- anterior drawer sign?
Complete thread -- crush idly - ??? crush injury??
Complete thread -- take out the comma after technologies.
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- We would recommend returning to Dr. Daya, for consideration of assiste ...
Complete thread -- HE? Sure it is not her??? try something like gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist
Complete thread -- I would. It is in diagnoses after all.
Complete thread -- Fracture of the fifth MCP in diagnoses. Would you expand to metacarpophalangeal ?
Complete thread -- Endometriosis
Complete thread -- Hmm...might be, I'll continue to play over and over again lol. Thank y ...
Complete thread -- wild guess - secretory endometrium or secretory type??
Complete thread -- She had an endometrial biopsy on her last visit, which has returned as ...
Complete thread -- Do most companies use dictation that comes with an EMR or totally separate smg
Complete thread -- s/l rough or ref screen for adrenal issues TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l ar-tim-uh-sill no dosage info TIA!
Complete thread -- Not sure, flagging and sending on. Thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- wheezing at the base(s)?
Complete thread -- Chest exam fine end expiratory wheeze with s/l bring on the beef. TIA!
Complete thread -- :o
Complete thread -- surname
Complete thread -- not obvious
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- I agree with RICE
Complete thread -- RICE? rest, ice, compression, elevation??
Complete thread -- Yo momma's so fat, she downloads cheats for Wii Fit. ...
Complete thread -- Yo momma's so fat, she downloads cheats for Wii Fit. ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Teenager with elbow injury. Under plan, review of s/l *rice* care. ...
Complete thread -- (this is one of those situations where context definitely helped. I would not have heard
Complete thread -- This may obviate her leaving her independent dwelling situation at the Manor.
Complete thread -- England ha ha
Complete thread -- Ultimately, she may require more supervision, so that she uses her wal ...
Complete thread -- dictator is stumbling. Can you give us a sentence or two before and/or after this one?
Complete thread -- Monofilament and position sense :) ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This ___________ may be leaving her independent dwelling situation at ...
Complete thread -- but s/l amputation??
Complete thread -- we need some context for this one. Monofilament could refer to just about anything...
Complete thread -- Monofilament _________ sense was somewhat difficult to test, but proba ...
Complete thread -- Definitely not Ventolin, that's for sure.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Obviously offshore, which is why he/she posts so many wavs.
Complete thread -- you might have gotten a quicker response if there had been some context posted, just sayin
Complete thread -- appeared to flatten her left nasolabial fold. There is no blank after fold.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- No facial asymmetry, although she did have some kind of slurred speech ...
Complete thread -- solantin 300 mg q. day. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sounds more like it starts with phen
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- swollen tongue in the past
Complete thread -- swollen tongue. I'm not sure she's saying Ventolin though.
Complete thread -- for between 17 and 18 per hour? for between 70 and 80 per hour? I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- I'd review your report before sending. Not good English.
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Significant for hypothyroidism. She did have the ...
Complete thread -- She runs for a 30 minutes. She also do weight training and Zumba for _ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 137 mcg??
Complete thread -- allergic reaction
Complete thread -- Medications: Zyrtec 10 milligrams as needed. She uses EpiPen as needed ...
Complete thread -- scant
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- #1. One night she was working in her sleep, cashing out groceries
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Many of his recorded events in REM were phasic in nature and were of doubtful clinical
Complete thread -- She has done some screaming and has gotten up in the sounds walking ou ...
Complete thread -- Many of his recorded events ?
Complete thread -- Many of his _____ events in REM were phasic in nature and of...
Complete thread -- The study did not demonstrate clear obstructive sleep apnea. _________ ...
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Here's before and after.
Complete thread -- Grip strength is equal to the s/l mean norminant values. Never heard this.
Complete thread -- can't speak for anyone else, but need some context other than just that???
Complete thread -- gadolinium-enhanced MRA?
Complete thread -- Demonstrated more than he would s/l thetically tolerate. Fit?
Complete thread -- I'm going to leave a blank.
Complete thread -- I swear he's saying "8 cc of packed red blood cells." Looks like a unit is
Complete thread -- Absolutely. We should... sickening isn't it.
Complete thread -- so, we should be making the big bucks, too?
Complete thread -- Patient with seizures, enlarged pituitary gland
Complete thread -- Beats the alternative!
Complete thread -- speech wreck: SOCIAL HISTORY: He lives. LOL!
Complete thread -- Cuz they have us as their big brains. :D
Complete thread -- hmmm. that's a good guess. why don't they just say what they mean??
Complete thread -- first reaction is that he means her LMP is just now beginning...
Complete thread -- LMP for beginning? huh?
Complete thread -- the volume is so low that I am having trouble hearing it. I am getting: while the "hist"
Complete thread -- Furthermore during the tachycardia PVC placed _____ was refractory did not advance sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. I will have to remember
Complete thread -- NM, can't find and went through my doctor's list for the account
Complete thread -- Thanks, I guess it does make sense.
Complete thread -- I "think" billybob once said it was limited to 3 consecutive words.
Complete thread -- sounds great, like stone burden, tumor burden. a lot of food retained so burden of
Complete thread -- the "burden of food"
Complete thread -- I've tried that, I've tried the doctor search above, and I've tried
Complete thread -- http://www.azmd.gov/GLSPages/DoctorSearch.aspx
Complete thread -- How to spell sir name of *Sa rave a* First name not given, nor is
Complete thread -- Yes :) thx ...
Complete thread -- Question about archives. Why is it that if you type in antral vascular ectasia
Complete thread -- foraminal encroachment maneuvers (bangs head on wall) haha
Complete thread -- overhead?
Complete thread -- overhead?
Complete thread -- Shoulder arthritis and impingement
Complete thread -- foraminal coach maneuvers ? ?
Complete thread -- ontario, california or canada?
Complete thread -- Dr. Homai, Homay, searching for doctor in Ontario taking care of patie ...
Complete thread -- nothing was said either about shunt pressures.
Complete thread -- nothing was said about it being vitreous pressure. Good heavens! How may leaps you've
Complete thread -- It is a pocket of pressure. Not a pocket of fluid. oh puhleeze.
Complete thread -- Well, if that's how you roll. If I or you cannot determine what it is, then VR is the las
Complete thread -- Thank to both of you!
Complete thread -- Confidence - It is by DePuy
Complete thread -- Confidence and there is --sm
Complete thread -- MP3 not there.
Complete thread -- Neurosurgical note ...
Complete thread -- I hate VR on most of my VR accounts (really bad) but pretty impressed with it on
Complete thread -- but it is all moot without hearing the full context of the report instead of 2 sentences
Complete thread -- also, VA shunt pressures are flow of liquid coming out of shunt not a single pocket
Complete thread -- Sorry I got it. VDRL ...
Complete thread -- then why is the vision loss noted in same sentence?
Complete thread -- VR is pretty well trained on this account and has probably typed this for this doctor
Complete thread -- Her prenatal lab work has been completed and her hemoglobin was 126. ...
Complete thread -- I beg to differ, but vitreous pressure is throughout entire socket of eye not a pocket
Complete thread -- No, you never could. But no one realizes that yet.
Complete thread -- waaaaaahh, I could be replaced by VR. Thanks.
Complete thread -- if YOU cannot clearly hear it, flag it.
Complete thread -- the pressure is due to the condition that is the reason for the shunt. Nothing to do with
Complete thread -- it is a pocket of pressure onto that area. ;
Complete thread -- abduction IMHO --sm
Complete thread -- never heard of eye pocket, it is the eye socket
Complete thread -- I hear "adduction" and VR hears "abduction"
Complete thread -- Thanks - pocket makes sense! ...
Complete thread -- high pressure sounds appropriate, indicative of glaucoma --sm
Complete thread -- a pressure pocket
Complete thread -- Neuro
Complete thread -- Of course, so clear once you know it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Obviuously, we must rule out abdominal issue.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- pulse irrigation maybe
Complete thread -- an element of difficulty
Complete thread -- Actually, on last and final listen it IS WATER irrigation.. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- all of those are great suggestions but they just do not sound like it :(
Complete thread -- how about "pulse" like "pulse lavage"?? wag
Complete thread -- particular just doesn't sound 'quite' right.
Complete thread -- do you think "particular irrigation" work maybe?
Complete thread -- mine always says "water irrigation" - ??
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I figured, or thought maybe he was talking about using the lifts
Complete thread -- you know that does sound like maybe that is it, thank u!
Complete thread -- although prep was rather average, copious irrigation was (profuse irrigation?) need that
Complete thread -- they use a heel lift which is trasferrable between shoes or they can make
Complete thread -- nm.
Complete thread -- ? copious
Complete thread -- then sliver sure wouldn't fit... maybe "fair level of"?
Complete thread -- And thank YOU for sharing with the rest of us.
Complete thread -- yes it was prosaic thank you!
Complete thread -- average __(??p***) irrigation?
Complete thread -- Does "transferrable" lift make sense?
Complete thread -- he says severe angulation of the colon, so maybe a lot
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Is there any indication of the amount of difficulty, a little or a lot?
Complete thread -- Thanks sooo much!! That is it!!
Complete thread -- level of makes sense. or "little bit" ??
Complete thread -- total WAG..."sliver of difficulty"?
Complete thread -- (s/l flavor) of difficulty
Complete thread -- me too, because i think my guess was a wrong one.
Complete thread -- I hope you saw syndesmotic.
Complete thread -- Perhaps she was apologizing for not researching even a teeny bit on her
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dye allergies?
Complete thread -- Of course, I find it after I post. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- di-al-o-jeez please see msg. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I planned to do Passot type of breast reduction bilaterally sm
Complete thread -- Yeah, I put it. They actually did find some thrombi and had to abort the cardioversion.
Complete thread -- they are looking for thrombus when performed pre-cardioversion
Complete thread -- "for" is okay
Complete thread -- I wondered about that but couldn't hear it. Now I do hear it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- syndesmotic injury.
Complete thread -- symptomatic?
Complete thread -- electrocardiographic (ekg) Holter monitor
Complete thread -- s/l she's saying "extra"cardiographic monitor. Holter monitoring.
Complete thread -- s/l sensomatic injury
Complete thread -- never apologize for asking a question.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Well, I guess it doesn't matter. lol. Could make sense as well.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if she's saying "for" or I'm imagining it.
Complete thread -- Yes, TIMI =thrombolysis in myocardial infarction
Complete thread -- TIMI is correct.
Complete thread -- yes, they want a look-see prior; placing a probe down the throat; can see heart structures
Complete thread -- The patient had a *timi* score of 2 upon admission.
Complete thread -- s/l she's saying "TEE was for pre-cardioversion." Must be TEE was pre-cardioversion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- salicylates
Complete thread -- s/l Cellestulates
Complete thread -- Aha! Yes! "the remaining colon" thank you billybob!
Complete thread -- The remainder of the colon...?
Complete thread -- Her ___ (s/l mini) colon appeared normal.
Complete thread -- Just returned and saw more answers. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- could it be script? and the pending results refer back to some other test?
Complete thread -- I like it, but it's not what is dictated. LOL
Complete thread -- oximetry?
Complete thread -- s/l oxygen scrip - used in a test context TIA
Complete thread -- adequate one-lung anesthesia (I think)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Medical Oncology group is transitioning to iKnowMed by McKesson EMR. Anyone smg
Complete thread -- inTERcostal muscles
Complete thread -- something lung anesthesia?
Complete thread -- I think dermatochalasis is correct. look up definition of dermatoplasia
Complete thread -- Thank you ALL for your help. Much appreciated.
Complete thread -- looks like you're right...thank you for correcting me.
Complete thread -- tube for adequate ____ anesthesia
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- not all "references" are created equal. Sometimes none is better than one.
Complete thread -- Semicolon must be used. See inside!
Complete thread -- what did you offer? None? "Is that the ONLY reference you can find?" - nm
Complete thread -- or, dermatochalasis redundancy of the skin of the upper eyelids
Complete thread -- I think you're right again. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- dermatoplasia?
Complete thread -- I was way off. Thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- capsulorrhexis
Complete thread -- S/l he's saying capsule rexus. Could it be axis? Mumbler...
Complete thread -- Yes... Thank you. Should of got that one!
Complete thread -- OMC (ostiomeatal complex)
Complete thread -- Ty, everyone. I will give him TEMS, since he specifically stated "M as in Michael," and I
Complete thread -- exam showed moderate s/l dermetaplasis and moderate ptosis with moderate rosacea chan
Complete thread -- Pt has mucus retention cysts in both maxillary sinuses and occlusion of his *ONC* on
Complete thread -- disagree
Complete thread -- Found this too http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01071343
Complete thread -- For QSA, one obscure reference is better than none. ;D
Complete thread -- agree with BB. no documentation for TEMS, lol
Complete thread -- Is that the ONLY reference you can find?
Complete thread -- do not use patient name
Complete thread -- new to me; guess there is TENS (nerves) & TEMS (muscles)
Complete thread -- Something wrong with alice's response?
Complete thread -- distal airway
Complete thread -- Hmm, added again.
Complete thread -- Your wav is not there :(
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had to send it anyway.
Complete thread -- a patent ____ with no other bronchial lesion obstructing
Complete thread -- That's what I thought, until he specifically stressed angrily M, M as in MICHAEL! lol
Complete thread -- TENS must be right.
Complete thread -- I have ordered a s/l TEMS unit for her left shoulder to help with pain relief as
Complete thread -- I got it! Implanon "in left arm". Yeah! Thanks
Complete thread -- Could you possible post more of the sentence before through the statement and a bit after?
Complete thread -- History: ..in Iowa, Implanon 'in leptam', anemia...
Complete thread -- blank word doc, "format" click number/bullets then click numbers
Complete thread -- Only thing that comes to mind is Yuma.
Complete thread -- ok, thanks!
Complete thread -- MI 9 years ago in s/l scuba, and then a stent in 2009 as well
Complete thread -- try this
Complete thread -- agghh. hit enter too fast. instead of gross maybe 'causes, as in...'
Complete thread -- maybe instead of 'grossa skip in recording
Complete thread -- I have searched and cannot find it exactly. Need to spend more time on it!
Complete thread -- Do not use it, but if you google "word 2003 paragraph formatting options" you will most
Complete thread -- ? about Word 2003-paragraph numbering stopped indenting and giving me next
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Domeboro
Complete thread -- Ha, didn't think of that.
Complete thread -- ........ soaks for shingles.
Complete thread -- hahahaha!
Complete thread -- telephone?
Complete thread -- There are no gross _____, no rectal bleeding or melena.
Complete thread -- gross sushi was pretty funny though
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- since 1983 when she was a *photo aloe* operator for a leather company
Complete thread -- treatments? (s/l 'tipmans' but no such thing, and I sort of hear 'treatments' now
Complete thread -- She underwent _______ and resection with a gastric pull
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- issues?
Complete thread -- There are no gross *sushi*, no rectal bleeding or melena.
Complete thread -- Langenbeck?
Complete thread -- She underwent *tip rings* and resection with a gastric pull-through.
Complete thread -- ceiling with two *ebsons* with teeth.
Complete thread -- s/l olenbeck retractors
Complete thread -- NM. I think he's saying angle. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l lumbosacral aisle TIA!
Complete thread -- I just red-flagged it. I appreciate your help - thanks!
Complete thread -- There is a Jamshidi tube (used for biopsies) but never heard that it is left in :(
Complete thread -- in the PE, under abd section: The *sheaty* tube is intact. *Sheaty* site is clean.
Complete thread -- there isn't anything else in the report to give any clues? can you post a wav on that?
Complete thread -- understand, what are u questioning??
Complete thread -- I hope somebody is up! s/l History of "shitty" fistula. :)
Complete thread -- tink??
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- adjacent?
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm MRI of the brain....
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Indium 111-labeled white blood cell scan
Complete thread -- extra- prefix usually means outside/beyond in medical
Complete thread -- I hate to be one of those people who asks you if you googled it, but it does google.
Complete thread -- extra esophageal mass?
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm (CT angio for abscess of right lower extremity)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- prosaic (ordinary).
Complete thread -- (s/l prosiec) polypectomy to be undertaken
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- post coital is correct --sm
Complete thread -- this is how bad he slurs...SR typed "wartlike" when he said alert and oriented
Complete thread -- wish I could post a wav, but this is speech wreck and I can't access the voice file.
Complete thread -- thanks. so much for all that searching through the surgical word book. lol
Complete thread -- with assistance of retractors.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm (cholecystectomy)
Complete thread -- we do not feel that there is any further evaluation that would...
Complete thread -- Given his complete resolution of symptoms, we _________there is any fu ...
Complete thread -- Ahh, thanks. I knew it sounded familiar.
Complete thread -- on the mend - not plural, is the common saying
Complete thread -- Is "on the mends" a common phrase. Googled with phrase meaning and got nothing.
Complete thread -- that's it! thanks!
Complete thread -- myoligamentous?
Complete thread -- sorry for dp
Complete thread -- ortho help... SM
Complete thread -- ortho help... SM
Complete thread -- Ty so much. :)
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel incision
Complete thread -- note: patient has had a past C-section.
Complete thread -- wav. Examination of abdomen reveals soft and nontender abdomen with well healed ____
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- That is what I was wondering about. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- yes Medicare part A and part B
Complete thread -- looks fine, OR you can do... for a followup; thus, he is seeing me
Complete thread -- correct punctuation around "thus"
Complete thread -- She has Medicare part a now. Cap Part A?
Complete thread -- a sound file would really help with this word and the "125 to 7"
Complete thread -- Listen again for "approximately" instead of proximally. I can't get the other word tho.
Complete thread -- On the left side, the ovary was visualized. It is close to the fundus ...
Complete thread -- I might have put comma after "treat", diagnostic angiogram both different
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd say no hyphens is fine.
Complete thread -- sm for sentence
Complete thread -- Should it be intent-to-treat diagnostic angiogram?
Complete thread -- Google Sahara diet.
Complete thread -- I have also given both (name) and her husband a s/l *Sahara* diet plan ...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. When I went through my spellcheck, it came up and gave me the option of Butrans,
Complete thread -- another link
Complete thread -- Butrans trademark. For future reference, Google as usual, but click IMAGES instead
Complete thread -- see picture and message.
Complete thread -- Trade Names: Buprenex®, Suboxone®, Subutex®)
Complete thread -- I also found: marketed as Butrans in the U.S. by Purdue Pharma.
Complete thread -- according to FDA, Butrans. I can't find the maker to see if it is BuTrans.
Complete thread -- family's.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I'm going with BuTrans. Trademark just shows all caps, of course.
Complete thread -- wavelike contractions of the intestine; peristalsis.
Complete thread -- families circle of friends -apostraphe needed for families?
Complete thread -- Is it Butrans or BuTrans patch?
Complete thread -- never mind, sounds weird but vermiculating is correct
Complete thread -- ureters were inspected bilaterally and found to be "vermiculating"
Complete thread -- TPMT Enzyme is a test to determine the amount of thiopurine methyltransferase (TPMT) enzym
Complete thread -- Yeah, I just found it too. I get so panicky. lol. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Joseph V. Campellone, MD - that hospital has a website, bottom of page
Complete thread -- Thank you, s/b TPMT ...
Complete thread -- I found TPMT test but not sure this is what they're saying either.
Complete thread -- I'm looking for a doctor named "Joe Cambillin"
Complete thread -- most likely bone marrow density. but, what is TBMT?
Complete thread -- The results we will request for him, CAT scan for his abdomen, urea br ...
Complete thread -- usually no polyuria, i agree with billybob
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sorry for the double posting above.
Complete thread -- In ROS I can never tell if dictators are saying "no polyuria" or "no pyuria"
Complete thread -- no polyuria.
Complete thread -- In ROS I can never tell if dictators are saying "no polyuria" or "no pyuria"
Complete thread -- ahhh...I tried to listen but another wav was already in its place.
Complete thread -- I think he's just stuttering and it's "lateralized repetitive spasm"
Complete thread -- I slowed it down and am definitely hearing "repetitive spasm." Does lateralized versus
Complete thread -- neither do I, but that's what I heard.
Complete thread -- I think it might be "a lateralized versus * spasm" but can't get it. s/l penda
Complete thread -- fluoroscope is an x-ray machine, not a "scope" per se.
Complete thread -- I dont think you 'insert' a fluoroscope.
Complete thread -- someone else posted a wav, missed yours. sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks. I knew it was something like that.
Complete thread -- is also out of control.
Complete thread -- Must be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ? PSATs (i.e., they are checking pulmonary saturations)
Complete thread -- She has never had a generalized spasm, a lateralized s/l "verspenda" spasm, or LOC.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- fluoroscope?
Complete thread -- Sorry. Reposted now.
Complete thread -- I hear no sound other than background ....?
Complete thread -- I can't remember for sure now. I think I googled real player trimmer
Complete thread -- I just had a diagnosis of: Probable benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.
Complete thread -- Cannot identify the name of the scope, perhaps '4 oh' (4.0?) WAV posted
Complete thread -- no problem!
Complete thread -- yes, of course....thanks so much!
Complete thread -- concomitant?
Complete thread -- I did find that definition while searching. Maybe doc being creative?
Complete thread -- (s/l combident) right bundle branch block
Complete thread -- could be paroxysmal: attacks are short, frequent, and stereotyped symptoms
Complete thread -- sending blank, never mind
Complete thread -- I'll buy that, especially since she says it so plainly. Thanks very much!!!
Complete thread -- after listening over and over, it is 'deep.' Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- declare means to make evident, perhaps they had to wait until the wounds got to a
Complete thread -- Now I hear: ..interval 'new' to...(which I know does not make sense) LOL
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- PS Thanks, tho, for the suggestion!!!
Complete thread -- That might work, except that they didn't clear themselves; that's why there's an op note!!
Complete thread -- sorry - hit enter by accident. Don't know about cerclage in that context, though
Complete thread -- "secure closh" suggests cerclage - but O
Complete thread -- Sounds like "paroxysmal electrolyte disturbances," unable to document. sm
Complete thread -- perhaps: ...clear themselves?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "interval deep to the brachioradialis...??
Complete thread -- interval near to the brachioradalis is what I hear
Complete thread -- What do you think she means: "...wounds declared themselves."
Complete thread -- Persistent pain over a week status post cholecystectomy.
Complete thread -- Voice quality not great, but Wav file posted to the above.
Complete thread -- not a child. Middle-aged female. nm
Complete thread -- I am listen for 'between' but can't hear that. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- ys, the V-Y is an advancement flap
Complete thread -- Would advancement flap make sense?
Complete thread -- V-Y skin flap is a common eyelid flap used... maybe that?
Complete thread -- None of those but thanks. Saggy eyes due to sun and smoking.
Complete thread -- I'm finding skin-muscle flap, full-thickness skin flap, paranasal flap...
Complete thread -- maybe "something" skin flap?
Complete thread -- Ectropion procedure. lower eyelid s/l vascum flap. Can't find.
Complete thread -- It probably is he took. This guys says he took ill. He took hypothyroidism, etc.
Complete thread -- Yep, I just heard that too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- what site did u download from?
Complete thread -- b.i.d.??
Complete thread -- Never mind. I was thinking PRSA, pediatric respiratory care assessment.
Complete thread -- I would recommend using Bee Eye Tee (BIT) proton pump inhibitor
Complete thread -- took is probably because of?
Complete thread -- is facet in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- seemingly? but I don't know about "he took"
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. I was either seemingly or assumingly.
Complete thread -- Is this a child?
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- assumingly because of
Complete thread -- ileum?
Complete thread -- wav file. I am dithering between 2 words.
Complete thread -- you can access the current files in your queue by ....sm
Complete thread -- s/l PEESASS
Complete thread -- How do you save audio files when you have EMDAT?
Complete thread -- I just left a blank before "the primary tumors."
Complete thread -- In the proximal ____??(s/l period) there is a 7.5 cystic structure,
Complete thread -- chemotherapy with carboplatin and Gemzar, s/l "which is active about the primary
Complete thread -- I can't hear that but thank you.
Complete thread -- hilar obstruction?
Complete thread -- I think it's "area of"
Complete thread -- with adjacent "ut tive" destruction.
Complete thread -- I really hear ND or NB but that's probably it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- NT-proBNP perhaps?
Complete thread -- Now I hear "NB proBNP"
Complete thread -- s/l "D" proBNP (I don't think he's saying "the")
Complete thread -- yeah - a lot of smut, but the "blow smoke up..." stuff about tobacco enemas was very
Complete thread -- I SAW that. GEEZE. I said not "MUCH" medical. I am not blind.
Complete thread -- consistently placed the lead in the S3 foramen by always finding the S2 foramen and docume
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- it is under neuromodulation...the first page that shows up.
Complete thread -- there was some diry, dirty, dirty stuff there. LOL
Complete thread -- bellows - not billows
Complete thread -- however, I did get a giggle while visualizing this...
Complete thread -- prolly using pillows for cushions... anal canal is lined by cushions of specialized submuc
Complete thread -- also "visualized to allow visualization"
Complete thread -- If good anal bellows and greater toe movement were seen, and the patient felt a ..
Complete thread -- what the heck kind of procedure is she having that involves the great toe and buttock?
Complete thread -- Quite a stretch for an evaluation from the butt to the toe!
Complete thread -- never mind, I imagined the "is." Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I know the expression but didn't know how to punctuate. How would you do it with
Complete thread -- Her buttock was visualized to allow visualization of the anal *billows*.
Complete thread -- I think that is it. I will note it for the future. Thanks bunches.
Complete thread -- First things first.
Complete thread -- Let's try this again. There's an "is" after "first things first"
Complete thread -- Oops. sm for sentence
Complete thread -- Does this need any additional punctuation? His "first things first" is confusing me.
Complete thread -- ? Eye-Q laser system
Complete thread -- ? some type of laser instead of glazer.
Complete thread -- heck! i just found it i think
Complete thread -- Removal of the cataract using a s/l EI glazer might help.
Complete thread -- Had to send it blank...thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm not going to flag.
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy. D: We then switched the cystoscope out for an s/l
Complete thread -- Thank you both!!
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Significant for a knee surgery due to a s/l se ...
Complete thread -- yes, Mylanta for breakthrough sounds correct
Complete thread -- thanks and I agree!
Complete thread -- I wouldn't flag. I hear frequency (and urgency) by itself all the time.
Complete thread -- ? Mylanta for "breakthrough"
Complete thread -- Can "at for breakfast" really be "after breakfast"?
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- That's how I would do it, though it's a pretty dumb word.
Complete thread -- Pariet daily as well as (s/l Myat for breakfast)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wasn't considering omitting. He later says "frequency with near incontinence,"
Complete thread -- how to type? he has a mediciny-type taste in his mouth. verbatim. Ok like
Complete thread -- I do think it's no rigidity
Complete thread -- wayyy toooooo sloooooooooow
Complete thread -- Slowed WAV way down and reposted. Would not be surprised if it was not no rigidity.
Complete thread -- she had plenty of 'helpers' after, all ignored.
Complete thread -- It has been over an hour since she posted with no takers
Complete thread -- yuo can prob get IT is slow way down to a crawl (too fast for me)
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. In this area, he usually says no rigidity. I do not hear that.
Complete thread -- suprapatellar?
Complete thread -- well, guess you really didn't need any help after all. :{
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I would either flag, not omit, may mean (frequency of urination)
Complete thread -- or carried LOL
Complete thread -- since it says 4 mm below, I'd say the incision was buried.
Complete thread -- carried
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Would you flag frequency since he doesn't specify of what?
Complete thread -- Incision was *ferried* with a carbon dioxide laser approximately
Complete thread -- hydrocystoma
Complete thread -- Knee exam
Complete thread -- Ignore this post. I meant lymphs and see they are there.
Complete thread -- you are in the differential section, s/l blue may be slang eso sm
Complete thread -- RC could be RBC or RWC. Blue? Seems like you are missing leukocytes?
Complete thread -- s/l thair back support brace
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- oh, that verbatim world is a scary, scary place. Hope I never have to go there.
Complete thread -- don't know what RC is? And you need a period after monocytes of 10. CRP has
Complete thread -- I do not understand this at all. Even if verbatim, if they dictate something that makes
Complete thread -- reflux precautions
Complete thread -- lower lung
Complete thread -- “lie, lay, lain” (to recline); then — “lay, laid, laid” (to place or put down).
Complete thread -- Never mind. Thanks
Complete thread -- 4. Will put on ______ precautions.
Complete thread -- Enlarging probable s/l hydrousthromba in the left upper eyelid going down the lash li
Complete thread -- X-RAY: No focal *lowver* lung consolidation.
Complete thread -- of 416, RC was negative, *blue* was negative, neutrophils
Complete thread -- Very true. Guess I'm stuck in my world of verbatim in which I'm not allowed to change.
Complete thread -- lay over or lie over? This does not normally get me but this usage is odd.
Complete thread -- agree - that's what I suggested below (3 seconds before WAV posted) :-)
Complete thread -- Doc said "heart sounds were DUAL" not jewel
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- the leukocytosis and candida portends she may have a UTI
Complete thread -- Potentially may have....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh, that's it!
Complete thread -- leukocytosis and candida in her urine. _____ She may have a UTI.
Complete thread -- maybe "portend" (with no period before it) or some form of portend??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, but not "...as an expectorant" (2 different things) so little words need changing
Complete thread -- cluster headaches?
Complete thread -- antitussive
Complete thread -- antitussives (and an expectorant?)
Complete thread -- s/l Antitufts as an expectorant
Complete thread -- "tufts" of headaches
Complete thread -- AMZ system??
Complete thread -- a tap (of the ascitic fluid), and C and S (of same fluid)?
Complete thread -- blank s/l "tap and consitis"
Complete thread -- candida in her urine. *Pretend* she may have a UTI.
Complete thread -- Arthrex "gaming system"? pls sm
Complete thread -- s/l flutter-di-lase TIA!
Complete thread -- I just realized that's spelled wrong, but I'm sure you caught that.
Complete thread -- No hyphen in situ
Complete thread -- anatomy: in situ refers to viewing structures as they appear in normal healthy bodies. Fo
Complete thread -- I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- being in the original position; not having been moved or transferred to another location;
Complete thread -- the Tc-99m–labeled sulfur colloid injection is ...
Complete thread -- it is a contrast media used in imaging dept. Do you have a sm
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- try "intraocualr lens"
Complete thread -- Exophthalmos is defined in Dorland's Medical Dictionary as an "abnormal protrusion of the
Complete thread -- you are quite welcome. Was afraid I was too late.
Complete thread -- phew...luckily I forgot I tagged it and left a blank. Will make note of this! Thanks!
Complete thread -- that is way, way wrong. CyraCom the leading provider of Over-the-Phone Interpretation and
Complete thread -- 18.5 diopter posterior chamber s/l insulin lens was placed. Eye surgery.
Complete thread -- sorry, exophthalmus
Complete thread -- got it, exalthamos
Complete thread -- Reflexes within normal limits. She has no lid lag. No periorbital edema. No s/l
Complete thread -- is it all right *radiosensitive sulphur colloid*? ...
Complete thread -- Thank you much!! :)
Complete thread -- Note quite sure what the question is, did you good your exact question?
Complete thread -- Maybe on a wild guess circum for circumaural?
Complete thread -- what does an in-situ fracture mean?
Complete thread -- The patient had previously had *radiosensitive sulphur colloid* inject ...
Complete thread -- s/l encaseating might be ? caseating/caseation
Complete thread -- *sercom* phone (sm)
Complete thread -- I type what they say usually, even when redundant!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- not sure due to wording; may be indicating pubic crest
Complete thread -- that is the way they dictate, yep, they do all the time
Complete thread -- that's a good point. I bet that is it.
Complete thread -- yes, knot *** sm
Complete thread -- AVM malformation - redundant. either AV malformation or AVM.
Complete thread -- AVM malformation - redundant. either AV malformation or AVM.
Complete thread -- s/l cording may be "coiling: sm ***
Complete thread -- in situ
Complete thread -- AVM malformation. Pt will benefit from "cording" of this lesion.
Complete thread -- s/l insected fracture
Complete thread -- could it be something like "and planned?" - my guy says he marks and "plans an incision.."
Complete thread -- crossed (I think)
Complete thread -- Monocryl using a *knot* with subcuticular stitch.
Complete thread -- Laterally, the tails of the mesh were inserted and *crest* and the internal
Complete thread -- crease *implant* and near the pubic tubercle
Complete thread -- Good Grief, Margaret!
Complete thread -- Reveals strength 5/5 in both upper and lower extremities with some gil-liver weakness
Complete thread -- go to bed margaret
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think Margaret had too much wine last night.
Complete thread -- Love when a good plan comes together ;-)
Complete thread -- sm!
Complete thread -- Good morning Paula, you're so welcome, sorry I didn't see it in time. Hope you feel
Complete thread -- to MT50
Complete thread -- Of course, thank you very much.
Complete thread -- I think so, but he was adding extra syllables.
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's not "encasing"
Complete thread -- I usually hear ascending, meaning the erythema doesn't go up the arm, but if saying
Complete thread -- the doc is talking about a lung mass "encaseating" the pulmonary artery (sm)
Complete thread -- mycosis fungoides?
Complete thread -- mycosis fungoides?
Complete thread -- s/l microsphongolies skin
Complete thread -- Zonegran.
Complete thread -- is there a drug called zonogin
Complete thread -- I thank that's it, thanks.
Complete thread -- So provided referral?
Complete thread -- s/l ascending/descending; make sense?
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- me either! :-)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I don't know Morse code.
Complete thread -- wave
Complete thread -- please help with another posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hysterectomy, pneumothorax??...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- You're very welcome. Glad I could help.
Complete thread -- I think you are right!!Thanks! I was wrong with insidating. thanks, u saved me!
Complete thread -- Is he saying "instigating"?
Complete thread -- insidious in dictionary. May be he wants insidating!
Complete thread -- the "cidating" is very clear in his dictation.
Complete thread -- we opened up one of the s/l leaves laterally. Thanks.
Complete thread -- antedating?
Complete thread -- She has headaches but s/l no incidating trauma. (could not find incidating)
Complete thread -- Actually it appears it could be Binson's
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is Bensons (or is it Benson's?). You can type in Bensons medical supplier on
Complete thread -- FROM her usual care provider for the (bronchodilators), whatever they are......_
Complete thread -- Yes,..She needs a script
Complete thread -- Yes,..She needs a script
Complete thread -- Yes,..She needs a script
Complete thread -- Yes,..She needs a script
Complete thread -- Yes,..She needs a script
Complete thread -- • Beery- Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration. + o a o m p p
Complete thread -- She is in need of a script for her nebulizer masks as her durable medi ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Agree with Lo.
Complete thread -- s/l jewel may be heart sounds are "dual" sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and it is a script, not scrit. as in prescription.
Complete thread -- no...she admitted to being less than consistent...
Complete thread -- I'm going to wave now, but the snippet does NOT MAKE SENSE. Mgt
Complete thread -- she admitted to be less than consistent....
Complete thread -- your MP3 stops before the blank
Complete thread -- Stuart, I'm shelving/selecting/you,.....Do these wines touch your palate with pleasure?..
Complete thread -- We provided the patient scrit for equipment including mask supplies to ...
Complete thread -- she admitted _____________ consistent with use of her coughalator. ...
Complete thread -- Hidee! What you must focus on now,
Complete thread -- Hidee! What you must focus on now,
Complete thread -- Stuart, what you must focus on NO
Complete thread -- Stuart, what you must focus on NO
Complete thread -- Stuart, what you must focus on NO
Complete thread -- Stuart, what you must focus on NO
Complete thread -- Stuart, what you must focus on NO
Complete thread -- Stuart, what you must focus on NO
Complete thread -- Stuart, what you must focus on NO
Complete thread -- Stuart, what you must focus on NO
Complete thread -- I wish! So far the wine gurus have not specified.......Were that they DID! HAD!
Complete thread -- Hmm..Wine bottles that speak to another smooth indouthiningin,....YES!...!
Complete thread -- OK, sticking my impression WAY out,...I believe this is bogus......SM
Complete thread -- Have you been drinking that wine in a box or something?
Complete thread -- Y[all agree with me,...and I agree with you, that.....nceeses declameedn'com = our wines.
Complete thread -- 'kay
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- Y'all agree with me.,,,and O
Complete thread -- I accept, weird. Could you please post the web addies of other word boards? SM
Complete thread -- that's where I was going with it, too. thanks!
Complete thread -- are you getting multiple boards mixed up, because this is weird
Complete thread -- apophysial
Complete thread -- (meaning: you already solved it! Congrats! :-)
Complete thread -- icky icky poo poo, is my take, Lo. Await other responses..... Mgt
Complete thread -- could you please try once more? It fails to work if someone else has put a voice file on
Complete thread -- wav posted...CT scan of T12 area....
Complete thread -- ligament?
Complete thread -- my sincerest condolences!
Complete thread -- Thanks! sometimes the most talented MD can say something that best summarizes a tweet!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hydronephrosis, stone, or mass, I agree.
Complete thread -- So much noise!! sm pls
Complete thread -- hydronephrosis, stone, or mass?
Complete thread -- AT&T amd Yahoo have been "pruning"" my addy list against my desire.)
Complete thread -- AT&T amd Yahoo have been "pruning"" my addy list against my desire.)
Complete thread -- made up word? Patient with breast cancer, metastases, on imaging studies....sm
Complete thread -- probably.
Complete thread -- left sternal edge
Complete thread -- ectopic breast pregnancy?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- midsystolic (one word)
Complete thread -- angle perhaps.
Complete thread -- I tried but it is not working
Complete thread -- left sternal (s/l gauge)
Complete thread -- we have an account like that, verbatim, slang, anything goes. I love it since I don't
Complete thread -- Can you post the sound file?
Complete thread -- no, none of those sound at all like what he says
Complete thread -- maybe "heart sounds S1, S2"
Complete thread -- Heart sounds are regular?
Complete thread -- pallor is fine. heart sounds are S1, S2. ??
Complete thread -- Heart sounds are (s/l jewel)?
Complete thread -- Naseptin - all I came up with and does not even sound close.
Complete thread -- I had googled small bore screwdriver unsuccessfully. When I now googled large bore, I had
Complete thread -- agree, "bore" - that was just asked not long ago on here.
Complete thread -- chorionic villus sampling, see link.
Complete thread -- listen for bore, as "large bore screw"
Complete thread -- I should add that he is using the Acutrak screw system.
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I ended up flagging it.
Complete thread -- Open reduction of finger fracture: Large and small 'broar' screwdrivers used.
Complete thread -- Pediatric GI
Complete thread -- We are on strict subject-verb agreement edits only, although there is one
Complete thread -- am trying to figure out your s/l
Complete thread -- That is fine, if they want all jumbled up nonsense. You need clearer punctuation.
Complete thread -- oops..less commas
Complete thread -- my account wants not less commas
Complete thread -- needs some serious punctuation effort there.
Complete thread -- s/l camicoon?
Complete thread -- I do too and we are also given specs to remove redundancy. so, she should
Complete thread -- I agree, atp (at this point) - but BOS says leave out the in time.
Complete thread -- redundant = more than is needed. redundant doesn't mean incorrect
Complete thread -- I type verbatim accounts and we have to leave redundant stuff in all the time
Complete thread -- -antly and -ingly sound virtually the same, yes?
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization/PCI
Complete thread -- perhaps should unclutter your head a bit? What was your suggestion, none?
Complete thread -- my understanding as well! Thanks
Complete thread -- I did put them both with a slash (also have a dr. that says "SKIN/INTEGUMENT")
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- the only thing that doesn't make sense is "go ahead and with the"
Complete thread -- I try to give them exactly what they say unless obviously incorrect.
Complete thread -- I had to change up the words.
Complete thread -- except he said and, which infers 2 things of which there is not.
Complete thread -- ankylo-, ankyl-,. combining forms meaning 'bent or crooked, curved, stiff, fixed'
Complete thread -- I would just put urticaria/hives or urticaria (hives) and not take anything out of what
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd agree, redundant.
Complete thread -- I'd wager to guess its his nickname for some type of surgical instrument
Complete thread -- dr. states allergy to a medication that causes urticaria and hives. (redundant?)
Complete thread -- adhesions were grasped with the thunderbolt (Thunderbolt?) device,
Complete thread -- ankyloglossia versus glossal ankylosis. Plastic surgeon uses the latter and I can't
Complete thread -- what clutter
Complete thread -- makes sense, that is way they talk, it's ok, pretty sure we all end up talking same way
Complete thread -- he is doing well with his coracoclavicular reconstruction. makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- this was answered below just a few hours ago.
Complete thread -- Yes, potassium is a little low at 3.3. The OP has potassium elevated at 3.3, which is not
Complete thread -- "with that" he is doing well, I think that does not make sense, what do you think?
Complete thread -- "That", he is doing well,
Complete thread -- however, there was no 2 and there is another one at the end.
Complete thread -- or, maybe meant, "had" a low potassium level and was given K rider
Complete thread -- if able, better if post voice file, 3.3 is not LOW value sm
Complete thread -- not sure what neoplastic is. Prob meant -was also inserted; one because patient has a hist
Complete thread -- yep, click the link. How to find for next time? sm
Complete thread -- can anyone tell me how to cut a voice file to post
Complete thread -- to approximate the ribs? See msg
Complete thread -- double check spelling of parasymphyseal.
Complete thread -- Flagging the area. Thanks so much. I am sure we are close.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions, I think it might be cortical.
Complete thread -- She has real poor speech and usually loses a word or two so things do not always seem to
Complete thread -- gets as much range when she gets back? She is a she.
Complete thread -- or "and get ___"? He's tough.
Complete thread -- found this:
Complete thread -- It isn't something like - we will see her again when she gets back
Complete thread -- cortical?
Complete thread -- listen for "hollow" - I googled 12-mm dental screw & saw that on one of them.
Complete thread -- I think you are right. It is not range in there but is when.
Complete thread -- and will give ? when she gets back
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l 12 mm "carla" screw.
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "when she gets back" but can't get what comes before.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think that makes sense.
Complete thread -- papilla
Complete thread -- sounds sort of like - gives much range she gets back - to me.
Complete thread -- duodenal (s/l propeller)
Complete thread -- That is it! Thanks. I kept hearing cha cha.
Complete thread -- slightly (s/l open) cardiac sphincter
Complete thread -- along the triceps?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Down to 1 blank on both these reports!
Complete thread -- Balanced makes sense to me. It had a horizontal tear, was balanced, and then sealed.
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- she is in for elbow and shoulder physical therapy
Complete thread -- catheterization, (and) PCI were done. Why are the words one hanging on the end
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Is it something mEq? 10 mEq?
Complete thread -- You too? I was hearing it as "peace soy" the other day. I like yours better.
Complete thread -- a stent was inserted and *neoplastic also reset*
Complete thread -- K rider s/l type MPQ
Complete thread -- (heehee!:-)
Complete thread -- medications...beach whale....AKA B12
Complete thread -- tuck?
Complete thread -- Open your file into something like Audacity. You can select bits of the file in that
Complete thread -- how to
Complete thread -- Thanks nm!
Complete thread -- s/l "duck" the stump
Complete thread -- I think you have to re-record just what you want to use before posting it here.
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- Can someone explain how to post part of a sound file?
Complete thread -- boo hooooo.
Complete thread -- I think he means fatty 'replacement' of lymph nodes. Will type as dictated. Thanks for con
Complete thread -- It's not exactly the end of the world or anything, no matter which way it was done.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Why need/use resources when an MT can come here? I honestly think 100s of MTs would lose
Complete thread -- agree with
Complete thread -- *replaced*
Complete thread -- I'm hearing 'replace' too.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- And OP was off and running after 1st reply, which was not correct way of doing it. SMH
Complete thread -- caput -- cesarean section is correct, no caps and correct spelling.
Complete thread -- here's an image for ya
Complete thread -- Obstetrics note help, please
Complete thread -- Final pathology shows a large fatty s/l 'replaced' lymph node. WAV posted. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, it is in archives, search word Beery.
Complete thread -- That's true! I just looked there.
Complete thread -- I would cap it all since it is a specific product...see link
Complete thread -- My 5th and 6th edition of Stedman's Orthopedics has Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of
Complete thread -- As a CMT, don't you have resources such as Stedman's?
Complete thread -- My Stedman's Ortho has it all capped.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was how I did it but could not document that anywhere.
Complete thread -- In my Stedman's Neurology, it has "Beery developmental test of visuomotor integration."
Complete thread -- Beery- Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I re-read your post and see you suggested femoral-acetabulum. :)
Complete thread -- I agree with you. I was going to use femoral acetabulum rather than use
Complete thread -- I thought it was either tags or pegs. Did not think of clothing tags. They bother me too
Complete thread -- technically that should not be considered a legit word. I might use femoro-acetabulum
Complete thread -- Pathology shows a large fatty s/l 'replaced' lymph node.
Complete thread -- s/l tags - as in the tags in his clothing?
Complete thread -- bothered by 'tags' ?
Complete thread -- chronic hip pain
Complete thread -- Nevermind. -0.50 sphere
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- is spine in there?
Complete thread -- Eye exam, -0.5 s/l osphere left eye.
Complete thread -- I thought that too and looked at cities in that state and nothing
Complete thread -- I would think he was a fireman (fire fighter) and "a kelm" might be a place name
Complete thread -- The patient fell during a basketball game hitting his head on the floor. He had ....
Complete thread -- Is this worded ok? glaucomatously cupped optic nerve -* 99% sure that is what is said
Complete thread -- Is he giving the name of the doctor who did the drainage?
Complete thread -- Not finding a trademark in the link above
Complete thread -- fire man for a kiln. (making ceramics) ??
Complete thread -- Try "search archives" link above and just type in geri chair. Some posts there regarding.
Complete thread -- Usually very easy to understand doctor dictates
Complete thread -- How do you write "Geri-Chair"? Gerichair, Geri Chair, Geri-Chair? Thanks!
Complete thread -- drainage was done to the collection _______. He is now
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- never mind blanking
Complete thread -- Thyazide?
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried down in the fashion described by s/l Burka
Complete thread -- Include _____, metformin, atenolol, omeprazole, lovastatin and lisinopril and ______.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I use an external microphone.
Complete thread -- is that dorsal column stimulator?
Complete thread -- no hyphen (it is a well-healed fracture, but the fracture is well healed)
Complete thread -- how do you cut your waves to send only a part
Complete thread -- noted to have collection of ______. There was also inflammation
Complete thread -- sounds like with that, but it does not really fit into the contex
Complete thread -- welcome!
Complete thread -- Thanks Billybob
Complete thread -- the question is whether to hyphenate "well healed" in the above sentence
Complete thread -- cephalad.
Complete thread -- x-ray of clavicle.... a *seflide* view
Complete thread -- There is a remote appearing, likely insufficiency fracture of the right sacral
Complete thread -- apologies for deletion below, software is malfunctioning.
Complete thread -- testing...
Complete thread -- She came in today with a bagful/bag full of medications. Which would you use
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Blount's --sm
Complete thread -- patient has *lontz* disease, requiring tibial nails as a child.
Complete thread -- But the dictionary sites listed below do NOT show the examples you claim.
Complete thread -- what I thought but ing* sound is clear, thanks.
Complete thread -- expectantly ?
Complete thread -- Postoperative course was uneventful and progressed s/l expectingly??
Complete thread -- Forgot your Depend, did you?
Complete thread -- It sounds like you want everyone to use YOUR guidelines. Sorry, it ain't
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- And you still claim to be right and can't provide a single source.
Complete thread -- The American Heart Association says 2 drinks a day is "moderate"
Complete thread -- A1C 5.7 is what I hear
Complete thread -- trochlear groove, yes. but I hear chondromalacia, not chondrocalcinosis
Complete thread -- had to sign it off,
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- "trochlear groove? ", it sounds like gloop, but that would not make sense.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- related to less activity
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- maybe Aredia (pamidronate med)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had already sent with a blank, but I will at least know what
Complete thread -- "CLO test"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Breast CA, CAD.
Complete thread -- She takes simvastatin, Protonix, and s/l arubia injection once a month. tx
Complete thread -- asynclitic.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- nm, I'm leaving a blank.
Complete thread -- "and sufremia"
Complete thread -- Procedure is EGD status post gastric bypass with vomiting
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- history of other problems
Complete thread -- If I type "bagful", will I get help?
Complete thread -- Includes hypercholesterolemia, hypothyroidism, history of ___________ problems.
Complete thread -- Well if he stumbles and mumbles and repeats something that makes sense when what he said
Complete thread -- Has to be it!
Complete thread -- In this day and age, I truly cannot believe the stupidity that abounds.
Complete thread -- ERBE?
Complete thread -- s/l he says "erpy" and spells ERPE treatment, laser treatment of the rectal mass
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "ulcer-like symptoms" but can't be positive. Guess will leave blank.
Complete thread -- s/l "All chew like" symptoms with the use of aspirin and Celebrex in addition.
Complete thread -- No, you do not take it out. You don't understand your topic.
Complete thread -- I, too, agree with billybob. What are you talking about?
Complete thread -- LOL. I'm sorry about all that below, you were right. You typed what
Complete thread -- Now he's giving the impression and plan all over again!
Complete thread -- bag full
Complete thread -- This doctor is crazy anyway. After he gives impression/plan, he repeats the PE all over
Complete thread -- and I agree...it was an addition - and yes, leave it in. ;-)
Complete thread -- OP left it in, as originally dictated: He denies smoking. He denies excessive drinking.
Complete thread -- did the 'doctor' state he didn't consider it excessive? no. that is my point
Complete thread -- I just added it like he said. Can we all calm down here? lol
Complete thread -- that is about as foolish as possible
Complete thread -- but, who are WE do decide if it "sounds like" a correction? Just
Complete thread -- "regular basis" isn't necessarily "excessive," at least according to this patient.
Complete thread -- You got that right...AAMT. Who are "they" - other than people who wrote a book? How do
Complete thread -- You most certainly do take it out if it sounds like a CORRECTION and you CHANGE IT.
Complete thread -- there is nothing inconsistent about that statement
Complete thread -- glad you got it!
Complete thread -- what basis do you have for deleting it?
Complete thread -- yep, of course leave it in. I was just suggesting to flag both of them, since they are
Complete thread -- What I mean is it didn't sound like a correction but an addition.
Complete thread -- I was thinking since he said "he denies" then I should leave it in. Thanks.
Complete thread -- that is something to flag as an inconsistency. Or, perhaps the patient
Complete thread -- No, not google hits. the dictionary sites listed below that someone else posted.
Complete thread -- wow thanks!
Complete thread -- He says "denies excessive drinking" in SH. Then after he gives FH, meds, allergies,
Complete thread -- so close! optic chiasm
Complete thread -- "see on many pages" of what? google hits?
Complete thread -- it is hard to distinguish "s/l optichaism"
Complete thread -- oh wait, don't use common sense around here. That is extremely frowned upon. Using
Complete thread -- why not, if it is right in the context, anyone with a clue would use it then.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will go with what I hear.
Complete thread -- Got it, sorry for the delay. It was pump. ...
Complete thread -- so mean, why? we're all MTs or editors... whose side are you on?
Complete thread -- You are so set on being right that you are not listening to anything and continue to
Complete thread -- you got it, and now i have pants full of pee.
Complete thread -- Either/or - I personally would use cup full. My cup is full of beans, a cup full of beans
Complete thread -- Surely the all-powerful YOU can change it, right? Come on, change it for us
Complete thread -- It is no doubt no palpable lift or gallop (though I didn't know you could palpate those)
Complete thread -- Still doing "bag full", are you?
Complete thread -- GJ is the tube. gastrojejunostomy. she's questioning the feeding "via POP"??
Complete thread -- Urine analysis...urinalysis. Bag full...bagful. Cup full...cupful
Complete thread -- VR has "No palpable leftward gallop" is noted but I hear "no palpable lift or gallop
Complete thread -- Calling people "sick and plain ugly" is something a troll would do. So,
Complete thread -- You do know where you can stick that bagful of fleas, don't you?
Complete thread -- I think that someone needs to go and find a bag full of fleas and put that bag in your
Complete thread -- there is no such "golden rule" except in the mind of your kind of MT. That
Complete thread -- again, look in any dictionary and find the words bag and full and put them together. You
Complete thread -- bagful link
Complete thread -- Tube? PEG?
Complete thread -- what is wrong with you people. Sick & plain ugly. Psycho Trolls=
Complete thread -- NVM - has to go to QA anyway because incomplete. Thx anyway!
Complete thread -- ? port
Complete thread -- I cited Merriam-Webster from the very first. And yes, you did start it.
Complete thread -- Still can't cite a resource, can you? Didn't think so. Here sharkie, sharkie.
Complete thread -- No, they can't be wrong. With the Golden Rule, they're always right.
Complete thread -- wait, I did call probably you stupid.
Complete thread -- sensation to pin was claimed not sharp, but ulnar emo-gin fie.
Complete thread -- Jumped the shark now have you? Wonder if you taste so bad, it'll spit you out.
Complete thread -- I never ever called anyone stupid. Others however did call me stupid. I don't know what
Complete thread -- "m" and "b" are linguistically the same
Complete thread -- Because that person (who can't cite a resource) started calling people stupid.
Complete thread -- The BoS does not really "make" any rules. They simply provide a single place to find info
Complete thread -- Duh, it wouldn't rhyme if you said "3 bagfuls", lol.
Complete thread -- The "my way or the highway" gang is apparently out in full force tonight. Trolls
Complete thread -- I hate this attitude. It stinks, along with everything else about this discussion.
Complete thread -- Merriam-Webster: "a cupful of sugar", "a bagful of tricks", "a handful of
Complete thread -- Then they are just as dumb as any one else who refuses to use up-to-date references
Complete thread -- and we wonder why all these asinine debates go on around here all day. That is
Complete thread -- you're not the OP I assume, but why are you being attacked for trying to help?
Complete thread -- I understand, I still can't get it to work for me to post a link.
Complete thread -- glad you got it.
Complete thread -- Pupils are not responsive to light.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty confident that if I had been doing it 'wrong' for even 50 years, I would
Complete thread -- I've never been able to get it to work for me. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- baa baa black sheep, have you any wool? yes sir, yes sir... 3 ...
Complete thread -- apparently because it is a very rarely used word, if at all. baa baa black
Complete thread -- Stupid is as stupid does. If you've been doing it wrong for 50 years, so what?
Complete thread -- any way you can post the sound file?
Complete thread -- gosh, are you that stupid? There is no answer to pull out of anyone's arse. IT is the
Complete thread -- I suppose even when asking for spelling, TMI is better than nothing?
Complete thread -- No, I meant how it gave the definition of bagful but then didn't use it
Complete thread -- Diabetic retinopathy.
Complete thread -- hmmm... does this patient have an eye problem, status post cataract or anything?
Complete thread -- In other words, you pulled that answer out your arse. Okay, thanks.
Complete thread -- dictionary.com, wiktionary.org, yourdictionary.com ...
Complete thread -- It is actually in BOS-2 to change cc to mL, but my clients go by JCAHO and
Complete thread -- How about some common sense and a brain cell or 2. Use of the English language for
Complete thread -- Pupils are s/l not real font to fraud. (New doc for me) Extraocular motions intact.
Complete thread -- I agree 100%. Never take one's word as being the "right" word.
Complete thread -- You'd think that about the BOS, wouldn't you? Sadly, that is not true.
Complete thread -- I agree with this, but changing cc to mL is not BOS rules. It comes from ISMP
Complete thread -- Thanks. He definitely said the "ox" at the beginning of it.
Complete thread -- do you suppose company attach name to a product with no protection, good lord
Complete thread -- Please verify all answers given on this board. The archives is full of errors.
Complete thread -- bravo!
Complete thread -- yeah, I don't think that was a good example, lol.
Complete thread -- For one, our clients requested it... We use what THEY want.
Complete thread -- Mind stating your resource too?
Complete thread -- I wish the balloon would burst. TMI sometimes.
Complete thread -- The FreeDictionary has: Noun 1. bagful -
Complete thread -- The irony is, our company "owns" AAMT BOS and won't let us use BOS-3
Complete thread -- yep, I wrote below that I see what I did.
Complete thread -- IF he definitely starts out with ox...then go with the one that starts with OX.
Complete thread -- if you read her 2 messages, I think she was aware of that and was wondering if it should
Complete thread -- okok...nevermind I see what I did.
Complete thread -- it should be a bag full of medications. the bag is full of her medications.
Complete thread -- I don't find oxcarMazepine. I google that and it asks do I mean oxcarBazepine.
Complete thread -- Her feeds are through the GJ and she receives Vivonex Pediatric Formul ...
Complete thread -- M-W dictionary uses "She always has a bagful of stories." as an example
Complete thread -- Thank you. I was thinking it would be bag full of.
Complete thread -- Because there's also a carbaMazepine
Complete thread -- He says oxcarMazepine. Do you think he means oxcarBazepine?
Complete thread -- because you have "of", it has to be bag full
Complete thread -- She came in today with a bagful/bag full of medications. Which would you use
Complete thread -- Yeah, haven't thought of that. This is an ESL dictator. Will listen again. Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- never seen that, wonder if actually "cycled to over 28 days" (time between periods)
Complete thread -- LMP 04/08/12. Cycle 2 over 28 days. Transcribed 2/28 days or correct as is?
Complete thread -- because if you use the BoS for any level, you use it. Not the 1st once the 2nd comes out,
Complete thread -- on the internet articles and sites they often do caps for emphasis, not trademark
Complete thread -- it is STILL not trademarked NOR registered, so NO caps. That is her question.
Complete thread -- Single Balloon Enteroscopy System from Olympus.
Complete thread -- ummm...huh? Lost me.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- We go by Client specifics first, company rules second, and if it isn't addressed, then BOS
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- found on the ucomparehealthcare .com/ drs / florida/ Miama.html
Complete thread -- I THINK I FOUND HIM!! Dr. Edilia Alzugaray
Complete thread -- crush injury usually involves tuft fracture.
Complete thread -- That's just the most rediculous thing ever, for a company to say something like that.
Complete thread -- I don't hyphenate nonsmall, but we still go by BOS2.
Complete thread -- Probably. Most of us who post here are in some level of crazy.
Complete thread -- Just for clarification, BoS 3rd Ed. They show non-insulin diabetes mellitus and - nm
Complete thread -- aweseom, thank you!!
Complete thread -- I do not find any trademark nor registration for 'single-balloon' . ...
Complete thread -- single-balloon enteroscope or Single-Ballon enteroscope
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I was always told non-words need no hyphen, but sometimes it doesn't look right.
Complete thread -- there has to be commas in there somewhere, without them it doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- non-small bowel or nonsmall-bowel dedicated series?
Complete thread -- Even if she took your recommendation, there would still need to be commas!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I am sending as a blank. Thank you though! ...
Complete thread -- s/l *vared* ...
Complete thread -- sensory nerve, sensory root, sensory ganglia, sensory branch?
Complete thread -- all you can hear is 'v' ??? long word? Short word? syllables???
Complete thread -- He never uses the first name of physicians, so unlikely :( I need to flag, thx all!
Complete thread -- The dorsal sensory *v...* to the radial nerve was identified and it wa ...
Complete thread -- Weightbearing views today "showing" equal joint spacing ...no punctuation needed then.
Complete thread -- Thanks! He's driving me crazy today! :)
Complete thread -- psychiatrist though, so most likely not it
Complete thread -- I saw it was 300-some miles between the two. Without knowing
Complete thread -- plse disregard (she restated)
Complete thread -- Dictated: "MRI of the orb face showed.." do I type as orb/face?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think I will just flag it.
Complete thread -- joint spacing (4.1 mm), both medially and laterally look good.
Complete thread -- I'd go with your last one.
Complete thread -- Gainesville is at the top of the state, nowhere near Miami.
Complete thread -- lol...it apparently worked for me.
Complete thread -- how about inspiratory?
Complete thread -- ??WAG
Complete thread -- Punctuation help for sentence inside, please. Ty much!
Complete thread -- wonder if his first name is the first 2 syllables?
Complete thread -- it's paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea
Complete thread -- Tussi-DM... Tussi-12D. I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- yes. TY!!
Complete thread -- not in the... motion and a feeling of locking.
Complete thread -- wav posted. having episodes of pain and decreased range of motion in the ____
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Could it be Tussin-V?
Complete thread -- 2. ?? Dyazide ??
Complete thread -- Physician help! Miami FL "Dr. Ah su guh rye" (four syllables with hispanic accent)
Complete thread -- Is there a drug by the name of Tussi-D? I can only find Tussionex.
Complete thread -- axillary?
Complete thread -- i think it is psoas
Complete thread -- i think it is psoas
Complete thread -- macrolide antibiotics
Complete thread -- meds
Complete thread -- Bilateral s/l "extive" regions are clear.
Complete thread -- Allergies: Augmentin, Bactrim, erythromycin, and s/l macaloid antibiotics
Complete thread -- He's one of those dictators I don't think I will ever get used to. Besides being
Complete thread -- Wondered about that. Thought I heard site.
Complete thread -- at the site??
Complete thread -- It was clearer on here than my work sound file.
Complete thread -- assigned tasks.
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't see you already had that part figured out
Complete thread -- signed path - assigned tasks.
Complete thread -- I think he just stuttered schwanomma
Complete thread -- Thanks for the feedback. I was really off with my rot-gut.
Complete thread -- tuft?
Complete thread -- have asked her to give that some thought and to try to get into some ...
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- found at his ex-girlfriend's house where he was drinking a bottle of _
Complete thread -- the patient has a history of a right ___ schwanomma which was resected
Complete thread -- It was Crown Royal.
Complete thread -- Yes! It was esophageal! Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- lymph node, esophageal diverticulum, or ?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- fifth metatarsal s/l fiat fracture.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- Hoffmann's reflex, named after the German neurologist, Johann Hoffmann (born 1857, Rheinhe
Complete thread -- Hoffman?
Complete thread -- This may help, sm.
Complete thread -- Great! With ESLs, I always consider "W" when they pronounce "V"
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Wernicke? (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Encephalopathy second to s/l vuh-nee-key TIA
Complete thread -- future?
Complete thread -- s/l neutral compliance with meds. TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l Hopkin’s sign - lost my ortho site that I used sometimes. Does anyone have a
Complete thread -- I would just believe they mispronounced it then. Happens all day every day.
Complete thread -- Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events (CTCAE)
Complete thread -- which was assessed as grade
Complete thread -- She left out the jaw part which is why it was not coming up for me.
Complete thread -- Got it! I knew I had it before. three-jaw chuck and pincer
Complete thread -- scapholunate advanced collapse
Complete thread -- Also, this is in diagnoses, where I have to expand, and SLAC has 2 different expansions so
Complete thread -- Scapholunate dissociation with "slac" wrist. I know SLAC is acronym, but I also find
Complete thread -- kind of s/l seacele grade 3 angina
Complete thread -- No, that is not it but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- cardiac cath
Complete thread -- I tried listening for that before posting but can't hear it; however, he is
Complete thread -- MRC - as in breathlessness scale
Complete thread -- MRC grade 4 - MRC breathlessness scale
Complete thread -- He experienced minimal orthopnea and proximal nocturnal dyspnea. He also had chest
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure?
Complete thread -- reason for procedure: s/l inviratory grade 4 dyspnea. doesn't give this anywhere
Complete thread -- s/l de-loosing of gluteal ulcer sm
Complete thread -- Fixed it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- mp3 doesn't match your context.
Complete thread -- she has wrist splints on both hands. All I know for history.
Complete thread -- just a note - you need modify your punctuation as the CPT codes are not with the correct
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks!
Complete thread -- Yay! Thanks for letting us know you got it. :o)
Complete thread -- s/l 2 - with obviously predisposition of a history of prostate cancer with seeding
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- :) Thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- They are creatures of severe habit. I had a psych who constantly gave the wrong dose
Complete thread -- Ritleng lacrimal intubation system is composed of a Ritleng probe, a monofilament guide t
Complete thread -- It just means he can't spell. I never trust a doc's spelling, unless its his own name.
Complete thread -- Sorry... see inside
Complete thread -- Doc keeps spelling Flexan dressing for me.
Complete thread -- what is the procedure??
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- don't understand ? human anatomy, the cephalic vein (or antecubital vein) is a superficia
Complete thread -- Rizzuti ?
Complete thread -- s/l readling tubes - all blanks are the same word
Complete thread -- s/l resutti clamp
Complete thread -- branches and ligate them. The *cephalic vein* similarly was included
Complete thread -- Taaa daaa - Its ATROPHIED.
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Complete thread -- Vise-Grip (brand) vise (generic) Vice although some consider them interchangeable
Complete thread -- vise
Complete thread -- procedure: A sterile s/l vise grip was used. Finding vice/vise.tq
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- almost s/l he says "We did next an epidurogram"
Complete thread -- s/l an 'excellent' epidurogram
Complete thread -- Never had luck posting the sound file. But everyones clues have helped.
Complete thread -- moderate thickening, (and) moderate plaque on the left side... ignore his punctuation.
Complete thread -- thickening
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- posting wav
Complete thread -- s/l "has advanced to the use of "
Complete thread -- will wait for answer on below post
Complete thread -- We did an _____ epidurogram with 3 cc of Isovue
Complete thread -- has _____ to the use of surgically prescribed compression hose for a six mont
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
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Complete thread -- maybe "she has vexed" = "she objects"?
Complete thread -- agree - clearance
Complete thread -- She has *vexed* to the use of surgically prescribed compression
Complete thread -- s/l Clearance was advised.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- how about "atrophy and..."
Complete thread -- something to do w/ a feeding vessel? not sure of sentence though; can you post sound file?
Complete thread -- injection epidurogram?
Complete thread -- MRI regarding small vessel change - See msg for full detail
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- We did an *excellent* epidurogram with 3 cc of Isovue dye showing
Complete thread -- The nature of this abnormality is not clear.
Complete thread -- The nature of _______ is not clear.
Complete thread -- slower urinary stream than you would like to see...
Complete thread -- too late, but the first one looks like "autoantibodies have been negative apart from"
Complete thread -- flagging thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- does reversed component valve cusp make sense?
Complete thread -- might listen for "wedge" something onychoplasty
Complete thread -- What? No handing the answer over on a silver spoon? How dare you!
Complete thread -- listen for "down to the SI joints"
Complete thread -- slower urinary stream you would like to see all the time
Complete thread -- s/l verse com-pun-int valve cusp
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- matron
Complete thread -- involved in a worker's compensation case. She was a bus ___
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- is this outrageously off?
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Complete thread -- Perinuclear Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibodies, show a perinuclear staining pattern
Complete thread -- op: s/l winover onychoplasty, bilateral hallux for chronic paronychia.
Complete thread -- lol...I think you need to do a little work for yourself.
Complete thread -- found it.. FibroScan
Complete thread -- Fibro Scan or FibroScan or fibroscan?
Complete thread -- yup, that is it... Thank you!
Complete thread -- I mean pANCA
Complete thread -- what is a pANKA?
Complete thread -- 3rd one may be ursodeoxycholic acid (Ursodiol)?
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Complete thread -- 2nd one looks like pANCA
Complete thread -- WAG... overlapping prodrome with autoimmune hepatitis and...
Complete thread -- whether she has an __ (s/l overlapsing drone) with autoimmune hepatitis
Complete thread -- Her ___ (s/l order antibodies) have been negative apart from a ___ (s/l pianka).
Complete thread -- outpatient bowel preparation (OBP)
Complete thread -- math, reading and
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- start the patient on *OBP* as she has not had a bowel movement since h ...
Complete thread -- Will submit an *IUR* tonight for a TLSO brace
Complete thread -- s/l hLH and anti testing
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- corrected for alveolar volume
Complete thread -- improved to 62% corrected for zero volume.
Complete thread -- the wav file posted was one, but it doesn't match your question.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Stop posting test questions, please.
Complete thread -- Oxygenation on room air at rest is 99%, diffusion capacity 59% predict ...
Complete thread -- rot-gut liquor -- I think the phrase comes from the fact that it rots the guts
Complete thread -- Could be but I can't hear so will flag. I will let you know what QA put in. He's very,
Complete thread -- I googled rot gut based on the other post and beer comes up, so rot gut beer.
Complete thread -- rot gut - Poor-quality and potentially harmful alcoholic liquor.
Complete thread -- listen for INFRAmammary
Complete thread -- He was found over at his ex-girlfriend's house where he was drinking a bottle of
Complete thread -- they are talking lymph nodes, not coronary arteries
Complete thread -- EF of 50% is generally considered "adequate"
Complete thread -- incorrect
Complete thread -- make that tertiary waves/esophageal spasm
Complete thread -- you're quite welcome, such is our lives :D
Complete thread -- Thanks to everyone for answering my milliliter of mercury
Complete thread -- RVSP
Complete thread -- good thing you did. that is not correct.
Complete thread -- it has to be mmHg.
Complete thread -- Context, see msg.
Complete thread -- Knock, knock. Julie. Where did ya go? We need context, but I doubt that is right.
Complete thread -- try typing into google milliliters of mercury... it asks, do you mean millimeters.
Complete thread -- you are either hearing it wrong, or they're saying it wrong.
Complete thread -- I've never ever heard of mL/Hg. ever
Complete thread -- whyever would you have a milliliter of mercury???? What is the context.
Complete thread -- What is the abbreviation for milliliter of mercury? I know mmHg is for milimeters of
Complete thread -- I still hear rapid
Complete thread -- i can't imagine it being a happy loop, but it was worth a giggle.
Complete thread -- hemorrhage would definitely work.
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- never have ever heard adequate or an adequate or inadequate first off. so totally
Complete thread -- hahaha...good one! its nice to see humor on here once in awhile!! thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- could very well be IMO
Complete thread -- or plantar flexors
Complete thread -- plantarflexion
Complete thread -- as you will be an MT for years....you'll get it. it comes with 'age'
Complete thread -- MS review
Complete thread -- normally they wound not say "an adequate" - if it is adequate, they usually say 'normal'
Complete thread -- agree...correct a mispronunciation. blatent wrong word, flag.
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Complete thread -- arrested most likely = stopped its growth. like arrested development for example.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can hear "arrested" but can't find anything on "arrested pseudotumor."
Complete thread -- how can you tell her to go with this, are you 100% positive?
Complete thread -- arrested or rapid
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He was just repeating "had a loop"
Complete thread -- s/l rested pseudotumor
Complete thread -- "a happy" loop of fluid-filled bowel in the hernia sac
Complete thread -- tertiary waves esophageal spasm (go with this)
Complete thread -- tertiary esophageal spasm
Complete thread -- s/l dirsh may be ? DES=diffuse esophageal spasm
Complete thread -- Thank you :) ...
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Complete thread -- no. definitely not that. Think I will send it in. Thanks though for trying.
Complete thread -- WAG... maybe "GERD with" esophageal spasm?
Complete thread -- nm, will blank this one
Complete thread -- strabismus, where I work we do correct misproununciations like this
Complete thread -- Would "complex part was suture ligated" make sense? Otherwise, will blank.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: s/l dirsh wave esophageal spasm.
Complete thread -- Exactly! Thanks! I can send a blank on the other s/l. By the way, he was saying "and
Complete thread -- Neonatal follow-up
Complete thread -- very good question. No clue however. mine normally say ventricuLAR function (adj) not
Complete thread -- You are wonderful!! I never would have got that one.
Complete thread -- can't tell if doc says "inadequate" or "an adequate" pls sm
Complete thread -- chorioamnionitis
Complete thread -- s/l corial and neonitus??
Complete thread -- agree see def for qualitative and quantitative
Complete thread -- agree flag, there are 2 internal mammaries in the chest, might have missed word "right"
Complete thread -- Edges were infiltrated?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I just learned a new term.
Complete thread -- cerclage
Complete thread -- cerclage
Complete thread -- s/l circlash - to do with a short cervix
Complete thread -- good lord. :(
Complete thread -- Yes they can - IF the patient suffers from craniorectal inversion! LOL Of course you'd s.m
Complete thread -- s/l "A jess way" infiltrated with 1% Xylocaine solution. s/l "Compass smart" was
Complete thread -- Does "disrupted" sound right? "Disrupted" right below-the-knee amputation stump and
Complete thread -- envisaged ??
Complete thread -- would hemorrhage work?
Complete thread -- I see 3. Just as you have them.
Complete thread -- maybe "epiphyseal"
Complete thread -- or 'unintentional' ?
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Complete thread -- Okay, Thank you all!
Complete thread -- I wonder if he meant something other than ENT if you hear hemorrhoid?
Complete thread -- HIGHLY doubtful he'd find hemorrhoids on ENT exam. must be something else.
Complete thread -- flag - not flat.
Complete thread -- you can flat it as redundant, or omit, depending on your account specs.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I wonder if straining --> reflux and hemorrhoids?
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Complete thread -- redundant "internal mammary" pls sm
Complete thread -- can hemorrids be found on ENT exams?
Complete thread -- per QA, it was quantitative
Complete thread -- this is late, but...
Complete thread -- Don't forget your punctuation!
Complete thread -- one started superiorly, one started inferiorly, and tied...
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. He said it again just now in the assessment and I heard the f on the end.
Complete thread -- maybe he means resumed, ?brought back to life? restarted. strange way of saying it though
Complete thread -- microperforation (saying micro-perf maybe)
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- can also google "swallow study"
Complete thread -- diverticulitis with suspected s/l "micro purse"
Complete thread -- envisioned??
Complete thread -- yes, swallow. Google speech pathology swallow
Complete thread -- speech pathologist for an assessment of his ___ (s/l swallow)
Complete thread -- chemotherapy s/l resurrected TIA!
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "and wonder if she refluxes" but that doesn't make a lot of
Complete thread -- area a planned biopsy was also *em biz edged*. On the 3rd of April the pati
Complete thread -- TYSM!!!
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