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Complete thread -- what in the world, geeze slay the dragon, wow very weird you guys
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Hopefully karma is going to smack 'her' some day
Complete thread -- I know. :))
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff to poi and H-to-B
Complete thread -- :) yeppers!
Complete thread -- fluff to heavens to betsy
Complete thread -- I didn't post regarding your post. I posted regarding this post talking about ultrasound
Complete thread -- You're the only one who is confused, YOU just don't realize.
Complete thread -- are you talking to yourself? It wasn't clean and simple. It
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- nothing like muddying the water on such a clean and simple answer as MRI.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it is semantics here, i.e. misunderstanding/confused on terms.
Complete thread -- Consideration for cardiac ...
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Consider _____ cardiac catheterization.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- even have pictures!
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- Wrong link. Here's the correct one.
Complete thread -- Yes. See link, question 4.
Complete thread -- on the wall (using the measuring lines on the canister or that it is on the wall?)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I would use mini open JMO
Complete thread -- mini-open or mini open?
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Thanks. I went to doctor finder w/o any success, trying FL and AL. Thanks.
Complete thread -- found by googling dr. hsiang florida
Complete thread -- hematology, destin, florida
Complete thread -- Harvey Y. Hsiang, MD
Complete thread -- Help with Dr. name: Dr. Herbie Hsiang.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to anon
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I have no doubts that need addressing.
Complete thread -- not arguing that the correct answer is MRI, but you COULD
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- just returned & addressing UR doubts on sinus rhythm, rate & rhythm. sm & link
Complete thread -- I just noticed you had periods in there. Since he is going back to
Complete thread -- after "rebound tenderness is absent" I hear "Murphy sign is positive."
Complete thread -- mno, what you posted inside is not really true...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- shows the presence of
Complete thread -- correction on my statement about knee replacement. Mine
Complete thread -- Ultrasound _____ multiple gallstones
Complete thread -- rebound tenderness is absent (1st blank) but there is more after that.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't get the first blank, more than 1 word missing, ______ is absent. _ _ _No diffuse
Complete thread -- rectal exam was deferred, patient request
Complete thread -- periods of?
Complete thread -- presence of?
Complete thread -- couple of blanks
Complete thread -- yeah, I never did get the OPs 10,000+
Complete thread -- can hear all the medical terms - not completely sure what is before each and hear all
Complete thread -- I get 711 hits instead of 285 that way, but not 10,800.
Complete thread -- the costs in U.S. is reason so many go to other countries for much lower cost surgery.
Complete thread -- billybob - I remember you saying that before but on the final
Complete thread -- agree, MRA angiography (MRA looks at blood vessels) can see on MRI sm
Complete thread -- on PubMed, 49 and 21 hits indicates "roughly" equal, whichever you heard is acceptable SM
Complete thread -- This link might be helpful.
Complete thread -- agree sm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I would not think twice about peritubular if that is what I heard.
Complete thread -- over 10,000 hits for paratubal cyst vs only 100 for peritubular cyst
Complete thread -- okay. I just was not sure as I was finding more hits with paratubal cyst rather than peri
Complete thread -- peritubular, around the tube, makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- panty line?
Complete thread -- copious?
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after hip
Complete thread -- dictation what s/l peritubular cyst
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me since there were 2 EKGs...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't think they'd see stones on an MRA, but would on an MRI.
Complete thread -- normal sinus rhythm *or sinus bradycardia in the 50s*.
Complete thread -- MRI or MRA
Complete thread -- just a guess, but could it be perineal line?
Complete thread -- The placement for the incision on the posterior trunk was in the *penn ...
Complete thread -- Billybob there? ...
Complete thread -- The deeper fat below the Scarpa’s fascia was aspirated through multipl ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Localized fat deposits of abdomen and mons area with desir ...
Complete thread -- upgraded?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Labral tear, left hip with cam and pincer impingement syndr ...
Complete thread -- The patient reports slow improvement over the last 2 weeks. He has been ______
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Wrong link....trying again
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- WAG or a camisole
Complete thread -- no comma after cotton
Complete thread -- We will leave her JP drains in place and she will clean with alcohol a ...
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much for help. I am flaggin with a suggestion of "left in".
Complete thread -- Though I'm not sure what the doc is talking about...the medicine left in reserve?
Complete thread -- I am holding onto report for your all input. I appreciate it
Complete thread -- haha...I read it wrong. Getting late :)
Complete thread -- I hope he/she says your suggestion is the answer.
Complete thread -- Disregard
Complete thread -- I don't understand?
Complete thread -- suggestion - pick up a cheap microphone for recording wav files for this
Complete thread -- I do hope that is it because I've come up with nothing.
Complete thread -- this feet? maybe should be his feet?
Complete thread -- How old is the patient?
Complete thread -- left in reserve
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it might be "elastin"...I'm going to research it a bit.
Complete thread -- I posted wav by sorry, my audio volume is crappy without headphones on
Complete thread -- bulls eye. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- cows?...yes to the feed buckets and feed
Complete thread -- She has intermittently tried 800 mg of ibuprofen and applied warm comp ...
Complete thread -- NOTE: think it s/b protected from the (not for the)
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV? There's something wrong with your s/l sentence.
Complete thread -- but no clear diagnosis written.
Complete thread -- condition is he was seen at the Spasticity Clinic
Complete thread -- What is his "condition" ?
Complete thread -- Working on your s/l, but note, it s/b continue (not continues)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in a direct fashion?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Can't get #1
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. What is #1 blank? ...
Complete thread -- NOTE: S/B This was right over (not 'right in')
Complete thread -- #2 It was caught up in the scar tissue.
Complete thread -- pls see above. extended wav posted. ...
Complete thread -- procedure is 1. Repair of radial digital nerve under the microscope ...
Complete thread -- Oh, and what is the rest of the sentence and the sentence following your s/l?
Complete thread -- Tourniquet was placed to 250 mmHg. I anesthetized the finger with 1% ...
Complete thread -- What is the surgery? May I have a longer sound clip so I can
Complete thread -- After this was done, I reopened her incision ____ right at the webspac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- according to google that is about right
Complete thread -- That's certainly what he said.
Complete thread -- lost wages
Complete thread -- This cost however does not include the provision for ____ physical the ...
Complete thread -- oh. ok. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- my knee replacement was close to 100,000 so not surprising.
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I have no idea.
Complete thread -- The cost for the cervical spine is approximately *$100,000* for 1 leve ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??AxiaLif?? see link
Complete thread -- what is your point?
Complete thread -- anterior cervical discectomy and fusion or a disc replacement for the ...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I am writing $750 to $1000. ...
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- page 144 (sm)
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- page 144 shows 750 to 1000 dollars
Complete thread -- My excuse is that my old client always had us use numbers for phrases
Complete thread -- page 143...we should have written it out...see link
Complete thread -- I am checking BOS on how that should be transcribed
Complete thread -- $750 to $1000 ....BUT note typo..provider s/b provided
Complete thread -- 750.00 to 1000.00 dollars
Complete thread -- A neurosurgical consultation for evaluation and treatment recommendati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in terms of anti-inflammatories, muscle relaxants, and
Complete thread -- Medication ____ and pain medication will cost approximately $300 in to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- dollars per session.
Complete thread -- A course of occasional physical therapy will cost approximately 100 __ ...
Complete thread -- No problem. Happy to help. Always feel good when I can
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for the patience. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- medical clearance
Complete thread -- he is dictating same thing in both blanks. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Due to the severity of the finding of the cervical spine, an anterior ...
Complete thread -- "packed in papaverine, soaked, and carried out of the field"?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- I know it logically sounds strange, but they do say it that way.
Complete thread -- #1 sewn into place
Complete thread -- #2 where we
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- I am the one who posted above blank. Will repost Referring PHysician b ...
Complete thread -- We made an incision down through skin and subcutaneous tissue. The fl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- REFERRING PHYSICIAN: ____ ...
Complete thread -- sound alike GOW may be guide
Complete thread -- actually, "perhaps" YOU clearly hear it, but that is not "clearly"what he is saying.
Complete thread -- I would hyphenate healthy-appearing (young lady) yes.
Complete thread -- Surgical absence of the right breast
Complete thread -- I am hearing "Surgical ____ of the right breast." ...
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. thanks ...
Complete thread -- can we get more of a running start on the wav?
Complete thread -- Procedure is Right nipple reconstruction. ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: ____ of the right breast. ...
Complete thread -- Found this: Epiretinal membrane, also known as epimacular membrane
Complete thread -- Confused now. MD keeps dictating 'epimacular membrane', therefore I wonder if he means
Complete thread -- sorry for premature post. Found it. epiretinal membrane proliferation.
Complete thread -- pre and postop dx: s/l EMP or CMP of left eye. Procedures:
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for all the suggestions.
Complete thread -- g a p j o j I recall you posting being written up for being on board to much
Complete thread -- Does your account want ' and "?
Complete thread -- Yeah, she says that in almost every report (sometimes 2 or 3 times)
Complete thread -- right you are.
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- Only if you'd say "healthy-appearing AND 12-year-old young.."
Complete thread -- Doesn't JL stand for Judkins left? Would the sentence make sentence
Complete thread -- Do I need comma after healthy-appearing?
Complete thread -- If you use the word "Four", you have to write out milliliters too
Complete thread -- Clearly says kelp! nm
Complete thread -- cloth?
Complete thread -- Four mL (why recast?)
Complete thread -- I think I got it... I think she says "No other complaints today."
Complete thread -- papaverine-soaked kelp??
Complete thread -- Oh, dear. I didn't even bother...sorry! Just never heard of it.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- You can google "premedication for blood transfusion" and get some info. /sm
Complete thread -- He says "premedications" clearly, but what is he referring to? (see message)
Complete thread -- or, you can do a semicolon at the last sentence; 4 mL of...
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- Just in case..I should point out there is also a JR...the 'L' stands for
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Think it is "JL" see link
Complete thread -- Would this work with your context?...Then 4 mL of Marcaine 0.25%...etc
Complete thread -- 4 mL of Marcaine 0.25% was introduced. How do I recast to not start with number? TIA!
Complete thread -- number 5-French s/l gow 3.5 Judkins catheter TIA!
Complete thread -- we stil need the whole sentence, or even the before & after sentences to help.
Complete thread -- drowsed with slowing to ...
Complete thread -- awake and drowsy states
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- the awakened record?
Complete thread -- during the ______ record at times
Complete thread -- The patient _____ to slowing to irregular low voltage
Complete thread -- There is a Yeoman, Indiana?
Complete thread -- Interesting site. so much info
Complete thread -- what is the exact sentence?
Complete thread -- I see the link takes you directly to the page I was on ...talking
Complete thread -- Actually comma s/b after last 45...as it was "blend 1"....the
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I would think so..setting for cut and coag...and blend..see link and
Complete thread -- I added commas around blend 1 and went with it.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- a place to do mri studies in indiana
Complete thread -- Is this a place?
Complete thread -- How is this written? Doing a cervical dysplasia report.
Complete thread -- posterior communicating artery PCOM
Complete thread -- MRI showed a possible left s/l PCOM or PECON infarct.
Complete thread -- sorry, I considered the others to be more sarcastic than snark, difference of opinion, s.m
Complete thread -- s/l women's mri indiana
Complete thread -- RxList does not specifically list L-thyroid that I could find. There is
Complete thread -- med s/l "L" thyroid
Complete thread -- My post was considered snarky, yet I see other "snark" out here too. This may sound like
Complete thread -- Let's all do the Snoopy dance! see link
Complete thread -- Wow, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I also found this on ebay (see link)
Complete thread -- in the Find Box type ...top hat
Complete thread -- Bingo. Here it is! it is top hat shape so no caps I would think..see link
Complete thread -- I've also seen it as Pen-Vee-K (but it supposedly not sold in the US anymore)
Complete thread -- It's the hologic.com site (2nd hit)
Complete thread -- Got it...
Complete thread -- This site mentions top hat...but can't find the words when I
Complete thread -- very clear dictation- clearly saying top-hat clip! i'm going to flag and go on...
Complete thread -- Allergy...ESL
Complete thread -- I found multiple clips could be used. So far have not found "top hat" or "top half" I'll
Complete thread -- titanium clip?
Complete thread -- This doctor keeps on mentioning different types of clips- O-clips, X-clips, ribbon clips..
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying 'top half clip' ..is there a clip at the top and bottom? ...I'm
Complete thread -- I'm paid by the line - so no. If she wants to work through lunch I really don't care. s.m.
Complete thread -- biopsy of breast mass- Top-hat clip placed? can't verify top-hat clip...
Complete thread -- I have to laugh, one of docs (female ESL OB/GYN) calls most of her patients s.m.
Complete thread -- child labor or gender discrimination? lol
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi
Complete thread -- Ok, no problem - just a little tense at work lately lol :-)
Complete thread -- are you working/being paid right now for this time on the WB?
Complete thread -- silly me, I guess there is since start of sentence in your post.
Complete thread -- no need for cap
Complete thread -- Got it! Gull-wing erosions
Complete thread -- it would be charging more money to the hospital, but money for
Complete thread -- Patient with erosive OA has central s/l bowling" erosions on hand x-ray.
Complete thread -- Oh, I wasn't trying to be snarky. sorry if you took it that way.
Complete thread -- sounds like a child labor issue - are they all girls or do they hire boys too?
Complete thread -- ok, they talked about in our meeting with them about girls not punching s.m.
Complete thread -- you can have a markedly dilated LV and CHF with a normal EF
Complete thread -- At their pay it might as well be a sweatshop lol
Complete thread -- At this point it doesn't directly affect me, but if I get a new job s.m.
Complete thread -- Getting paid by the line.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got this
Complete thread -- Thank you som uch Questyr and poi!
Complete thread -- agree with Q
Complete thread -- How would this affect your job? My pea brain can't figure this one out.
Complete thread -- ??Mellaril?? see link
Complete thread -- Elavil?
Complete thread -- ??certification??
Complete thread -- The patient not on *mella ville* either as per the husband
Complete thread -- one week of medical ___ for sick leave and I have simply arranged
Complete thread -- Girl A? Is this a sweatshop, or is she maybe really a woman?
Complete thread -- I agree, and really, in 30 minutes, the extra lines don't really add up to a bundle of
Complete thread -- Is she getting paid hourly or per line?
Complete thread -- I think by law she must have a lunch period after 6 hours that is why
Complete thread -- thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- Instant Text - It's an expander program.
Complete thread -- it would increase her line count, but not padding it. Padding would
Complete thread -- I listened to another part of dictation just to be sure, there it really s/l
Complete thread -- After relistening, yes, it could be Vaughn. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Question about lines and hours - can't get my pea brain to function today.
Complete thread -- could it be something like Kathryn Vaughn? (found her in Georgiana, AL)
Complete thread -- After extensive search, still cannot document doctor's name
Complete thread -- 15% fits with all of the diagnoses.
Complete thread -- Fluff to OP
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I meant OP
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just found that myself.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Found OrthoSorb...see link
Complete thread -- New york accent s/l autosorb pin fixation
Complete thread -- and currently prescribed?
Complete thread -- he feels he would use a gun?? note typo 3rd word - sated=stated
Complete thread -- Currently seeing his psychiatrist ____ and prescribed
Complete thread -- I just can't hear to the "today", though I don't have better suggeston
Complete thread -- He wants to kill himself. He ____ use a gun.
Complete thread -- #1 Could she be saying #4? I hear "new line 4 or for?
Complete thread -- Not really sure how she wants it written (whether to include 'for' or
Complete thread -- 2. although they? went for an ultrasound
Complete thread -- #1 July 2013 (new line for) Total abdominal etc
Complete thread -- confirm 15% vs 50%
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, please help
Complete thread -- it is the latest in global fashion!
Complete thread -- maybe you can do an interpretive dance for us?
Complete thread -- global fashion means globally, not regionally. You can have a perfectly fine global EF
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- The reason the term is hyphenated is because it is
Complete thread -- you can, if you get your panties in a bunch.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- you don't wear binders (or pants) up your anal canal...
Complete thread -- thanks just very clearly heard the inT at the end
Complete thread -- See link..From what I am finding, it can ben a
Complete thread -- I think this link supports a bikini line position
Complete thread -- global )fashion) means widespread and very very low EF
Complete thread -- *fash int* could very well be fashion just slurred.
Complete thread -- dentate line is also around anal canal perhaps the binder is worn sm
Complete thread -- ejection fraction of 15% *in a global fash int* - can't hear fashion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If you click on Dictionary.com, it redirects you to peg leg. The
Complete thread -- bikini line would be pretty low, IMO
Complete thread -- incision line?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think it must be bikini line, thanks for the input
Complete thread -- bikini line?
Complete thread -- and non isn't capitalized
Complete thread -- if they pronounce the 's. we give it to 'em. does need to find out account
Complete thread -- I thought that too, but this talks about rectus muscles (abdomen)
Complete thread -- dentate line?
Complete thread -- I hyphenate that.
Complete thread -- agree with both suggestions
Complete thread -- I do the 2nd but we follow BOS closely, so that could be affected by account instructions
Complete thread -- Insight into her illness is limited. Is it behavior in control?
Complete thread -- bone tendon bone or bone-tendon-bone or??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Insight _______ is limited.
Complete thread -- addendum, unless employer preference, drop "S" Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- so far, no luck, but have limited time to keep looking, looked at couple of trials sm& l
Complete thread -- repair
Complete thread -- Achilles tendon
Complete thread -- Significant for _____ in the past.
Complete thread -- word help s/l a-den-en line position
Complete thread -- no idea with those s/likes. See link maybe help there
Complete thread -- ahhhh, thank you poi!
Complete thread -- Patient with follicular lymphoma and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Complete thread -- for cough
Complete thread -- CT scan ___ recently which shows some stable
Complete thread -- ohh, now I see, the dictation flow playing out of synch, sm
Complete thread -- refresh the page. the wav is the correct one playing.
Complete thread -- I think you got it, o
Complete thread -- using the cautery
Complete thread -- i hear it there
Complete thread -- hummm?not sure right wav. All I heard from your text was sm
Complete thread -- I heard it once and then disappeared, maybe got deleted in error
Complete thread -- Hemostasis obtained _____ cautery. The fascia of the left rectus
Complete thread -- XO splint
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Vistaril if needed sedation,
Complete thread -- yep There are four basic types of eye movements: saccades, smooth pursuit movements, verge
Complete thread -- yes - visual pursuit means like following/tracking movement with your eyes
Complete thread -- Vistaril if needed, _____ Soma once or twice
Complete thread -- No gross visual deficit. Good *pursuits*.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I found a Decker rongeur ? (check 1st sentence ?as well as the #3)
Complete thread -- A *decker* was then used to carefully remove that disk.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- dictonaries DO like it however,. IT is pegleg...
Complete thread -- Thanks, me too.
Complete thread -- s/l articularly to me
Complete thread -- wav file, - articularly or particularly?
Complete thread -- thiamine
Complete thread -- She has received __________ now
Complete thread -- I keep hearing male colon. 2nd, as he was bearing weight on his ankle.
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 22-year-old ____ who underwent previous ORIF ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- An arthroscopic motorized shaver was placed in the glenohumeral joint ...
Complete thread -- Having completed this, an arthroscopic motorized shaver was placed in ...
Complete thread -- very good suggestions. This doctor changes mind frequently
Complete thread -- Can we have 2 sentences before 'Having'. Can be just posted..doesn't need to be WAV. I
Complete thread -- 1. Right shoulder arthroscopic subacromial decompression. 2. Right ...
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- Having completed this, hemostasis was achieved using Bovie cautery. _ ...
Complete thread -- I searched a little further and in my example I should have
Complete thread -- also you might drop either, since there are 3 choices, not 2 and splits the infinitive...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- that is also good idea
Complete thread -- How about?
Complete thread -- how would you punctuate here?
Complete thread -- foci makes sense in this context...small areas
Complete thread -- Subacromial space: Type 2 acromion with thickening of the CA ligament ...
Complete thread -- help please... Long report... Any other guesses???
Complete thread -- does anyone hear maybe "which is better now that it has been"?
Complete thread -- The only thing I think I hear is "intermittently which has been (? ?) for a
Complete thread -- which is ____ that it has been for a long time
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient sought medical treatment and was etc
Complete thread -- The patient suffered a rotator cuff tear and had overhead weakness, la ...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much Q.
Complete thread -- I head "CenturyLink"....see link
Complete thread -- MP3 help. pls sm. Thanks in advance.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The registered owner, Lifenet, shows it as Matracell.
Complete thread -- Matracell ...see link....it shows various combos of caps, but the
Complete thread -- Right shoulder complex arthroscopic allograft/acellular ____ augmented ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- and polymyxin B.
Complete thread -- After this was done, an antibiotic solution was prepared using bacitra ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- for fungus
Complete thread -- There was purulent material in the floor of the maxillary sinus which ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- nasal antral window
Complete thread -- Additional culture was taken out from purulent material inside the lef ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Disregard.
Complete thread -- Wonder if it s/b "in the deep fascia" ??
Complete thread -- 80 y/o retired nun
Complete thread -- ??speed drill??
Complete thread -- do you know the patient's occupation?
Complete thread -- Try narcotic when not doing dangerous activities like operating /l jane jill TIA!
Complete thread -- oops, left out a word, third metatarsal was followed
Complete thread -- of the third was followed to the...
Complete thread -- I think ? I hear fault, wait for others to listen sm & link
Complete thread -- An interval was created at this level and the deep fascia on the later ...
Complete thread -- Did read link and shows how we all must keep open minds to ever-changing terms sm
Complete thread -- shoot wav already gone. Might have given type of glaucoma sm
Complete thread -- ack, just now found this for your drug. " genotypes 1 through 6. sm & link
Complete thread -- using drug endings to help find the drug needed
Complete thread -- you know, it just might be reasonable shortness of breath. I sent it already,but I think
Complete thread -- :) I know what you mean. I will think I heard something, then cant hear that again
Complete thread -- can't find 6 star combo, I think ? has something to do with genotype the drug covers sm
Complete thread -- Is #3 "wheezing" maybe? (although it sounds like
Complete thread -- RU sure it wasn't "BTL in 2003" or something like that?
Complete thread -- confirm. Thanks
Complete thread -- I just typed BTL of the feet as dictated, although could not cirm. Thanks.
Complete thread -- another couple of hints for next time sm & click link and save it
Complete thread -- Past surgical history: b-t-l of the feet. (Unrelated to pt's dx of main complaint.
Complete thread -- consider checking with UR account specific guidelines, all different, so sm
Complete thread -- Found archives question about anterolisthesis and
Complete thread -- p.s. funny thought I just had relistening to the wav...
Complete thread -- yvw. and again, best of luck. :)
Complete thread -- I just cannot catch it. Thank you though!! :)
Complete thread -- by the way, my first guess for #3...
Complete thread -- But it says to check...Wheeless shows listhesis grades in roman. I'm checking further
Complete thread -- yep, thanks!
Complete thread -- that was the first thing I thought, how "tin can-ny" it is.
Complete thread -- arabic for most grades per BoS
Complete thread -- Thank you!! :) their audio for this acct is just awful
Complete thread -- oh, how funny, clear as day now with "in the."
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I just got blank 1 as well :)
Complete thread -- blank 1 is there was no relief in the symptoms
Complete thread -- #2. tapering doses
Complete thread -- blank 3 is MP3, blanks 1 and 2 are WAV
Complete thread -- blanks 1 and 2
Complete thread -- grade 1 to 2 or grade I to II??
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I had seen fixed-dose but is not what I hear. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- *hint* (SM)
Complete thread -- nah... i dont like that. I'd do peg-leg (adjective before gait)
Complete thread -- one word pegleg
Complete thread -- peg-leg or peg leg?
Complete thread -- seelink
Complete thread -- listen for ledipasvir and sofosbuvir fixed-dose combination
Complete thread -- ledipasvir and sofosbuvir, a s/l 6 star combination, will be given. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- just found that too :) thioglycollate
Complete thread -- very good! short for thioglycollate broth
Complete thread -- No - everywhere I see it as FEF. maybe he misspoke?
Complete thread -- thio? broth
Complete thread -- eh, typo. sorry
Complete thread -- still can't get it - either bio broth or dio broth, but i do hear the broth clearly.
Complete thread -- Psychiatric Outpatient Unit per google
Complete thread -- some sort of broth, s/l dio broth? I'm still googlin.
Complete thread -- I assume he stumbled. Thanks.
Complete thread -- probably something at that particular hospital, like ICU, CCU. I have a DOU where I work.
Complete thread -- attend the intensive outpatient program or be admitted to POU - what is POU? TIA!
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- Can't tell if MD stumbled or if there is a word before glaucoma.
Complete thread -- I see. No space between FEF and 25 either. I think MD made mistakes, made them all day.
Complete thread -- Dr. dictates FEV 25-75%. But you have FEF. Is FEV correct also?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will make corrections.
Complete thread -- but other than that, it looks okay to me
Complete thread -- see link. it is usually FEF25-75% and FEV1/FVC .
Complete thread -- I turned in as typed above. Thanks.
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- Please help if punctuation is correct, especially before '63'. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you, rt.
Complete thread -- rhabdomyolysis?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Even if you were disagreeing, there would be no problem. You always
Complete thread -- Loud background noise during this part of dictation:
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. I like it as you have it.
Complete thread -- Would you put any commas in this sentence?
Complete thread -- eh - see link
Complete thread -- Wonder if he means plantar hyperflexion
Complete thread -- hyperplantarflexion or hyperplantar flexion?
Complete thread -- Right. Will expand. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS)
Complete thread -- and since it is the assessment, most places will want that expanded out.
Complete thread -- yes, an acronym. SIRS=systemic inflammatory response syndrome
Complete thread -- Assessment: s/l sirs (pleural of sir), then followed by...
Complete thread -- oaompp is correct - see link for confirmation
Complete thread -- I think I now here: and was prestretched at 20 pounds for 10 minutes
Complete thread -- I think the levels go 0-10 for that
Complete thread -- 12-year-old, level 8?
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- or pre-stretched, but i dont think that needs hyphenated.
Complete thread -- from a whole and was prestretched at 25 for 10 minutes (what i hear)
Complete thread -- guessing I hear something about tendon response??
Complete thread -- not catching what he says
Complete thread -- No. Changed my mind. Should have reviewed the beginning of the sentence.
Complete thread -- I should add I think "Sicca symptoms." should be a separate sentence; it is not
Complete thread -- "at" much better than my semicolons
Complete thread -- fluff to oaompp
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q and oaompp
Complete thread -- technically should be using both commas and semi-colons. IMO I would
Complete thread -- that is how I would do it.
Complete thread -- Found link again, here it is.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. Please let me know if punctuation is correct now. Thanks
Complete thread -- did you not see my happy face?
Complete thread -- Sry...posted wroong link and have lost correct one.
Complete thread -- thats exactly how I do it too - insert the word "at" in there.
Complete thread -- As oaompp indicated, the dilution is separated from the pattern..here
Complete thread -- But if
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'm so so sorry your life is so unhappy, I really am. I like my life
Complete thread -- maybe you can do an interpretative dance for us? It'd be just as helpful.
Complete thread -- mine too, if two numbers next to each other use "at" (reads better)
Complete thread -- wav already gone
Complete thread -- I would both sides of nucleolar as below.
Complete thread -- I can't seem to hear your wav
Complete thread -- I wouldn't the AND indicates 2 part test
Complete thread -- My account is fussy so I use 'at' between without comma
Complete thread -- I would. The 1:320 is dilution and homogeneous and nucleolar are both patterns
Complete thread -- ok, thank you. I used a comma and semi-colons for the rest of them.
Complete thread -- I'd just put a comma between: 30/70, 36 units...
Complete thread -- help with typing Novolin 30/70 36 units b.i.d. sm plse
Complete thread -- Are there any commas needed to set of patterns of ANA test?
Complete thread -- my interpretation was "off the shelf wrist splint" & "on" was a stumble/restart
Complete thread -- ____ she has asked for an extension on her medical certificate and we have given her
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- That was way better than what I found! Thanks
Complete thread -- I think it's okay. see OneLook link
Complete thread -- I was able to verify this usage. Thanks
Complete thread -- questioning subsiding and subside in this context. It sounds like it. Is there a word
Complete thread -- no, just talks about Velcro splint, which was NOT the OPs question, you're right.
Complete thread -- I do not understand...this post does not include the term the OP was asking about.
Complete thread -- sure, it googles well too, probably generic velcro wrist splint,
Complete thread -- This helps..
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- I hear "17 mg"
Complete thread -- will flag, stat. Thanks. I think it is 17 but that is such an odd dose.
Complete thread -- margins for bilateral TAP block (see link)
Complete thread -- more on #2 ....laparoscopically in bilateral subcostal margins
Complete thread -- I listened. " in a child". It's exactly as you have typed it
Complete thread -- #2 I hear somewhere in there "in bilateral subcostal margins"
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr! It definitely sounds like Velcro-on. Not sure how to post wav. :)
Complete thread -- asthma, sorry, forgot to add that.
Complete thread -- wav file, 7 year old with upper respiratory infection
Complete thread -- I checked TESS trademark site with no luck. i googled exact
Complete thread -- agree (as suggested) referring to pupils central & responsive sm
Complete thread -- passer (period). 20 mg of ___ used to inject dye ___ laparoscopic ...
Complete thread -- established TO
Complete thread -- Stay sutures were?....... Pneumoperitoneum was established?
Complete thread -- suture passer and _______ was used to inject ______. The ports were
Complete thread -- incised. ______ applied. Hassan trocar was placed. _______ 15 mmHg.
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of a Velcro-on wrist splint?
Complete thread -- Go to EXAMINATION heading, CORNEA subheading
Complete thread -- status post antibiotics AS a child would make sense. (I can't hear wav for some reason)
Complete thread -- Wonder if teriform=tear film ...see link under cornea heading.
Complete thread -- stroma (yes, see link)
Complete thread -- hmmm... I can't wrap my brain around "directed" here.
Complete thread -- Slit Lamp Exam
Complete thread -- May be it's this instead...
Complete thread -- Osteoarthritis, rheumatology consult.
Complete thread -- it certainly sounds like "in a child" or "and a child"
Complete thread -- it was Phaneuf.. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- clamped with the s/l vanoff
Complete thread -- ceentral and responsive is okay, it goes with the pupillary exam, not retina, if I read
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...in a child... Correct?
Complete thread -- seemed to be significantly loosenED -or- seemed to significantly loosen
Complete thread -- didn't hear wav, but
Complete thread -- Eye Exam
Complete thread -- yep, but consider rewind/relisten before submit just to double check
Complete thread -- Do you think the following needs a flag at "normal" based on context? (see inside)
Complete thread -- yes, centration (can also hear decentration) sm & link
Complete thread -- glad to know I am not the only one :)
Complete thread -- i can hear the symptomatic anemia but that's about it.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- yes," in" is ok, probably referencing a journal and using their terms
Complete thread -- Would 'in' make sense, not 'as'? Also are commas needed anywhere?
Complete thread -- the other day I had this correction.. I will post MP3 and see what you hear lol
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- LOL! It can be VERY frustrating when I spent 1+ hours trying to fill in blanks and they
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I dont read my edits...only pees me off.
Complete thread -- I spend tons of time opening up pages of archives trying to piece together their reports
Complete thread -- Reddy takes a long time, as does Hadi. Sometimes I have to make Reddy's stuff make sense.
Complete thread -- thank you! I have been struggling with him EVERY time :( him and Dr. Hadi :(
Complete thread -- snotnose reddy - yep, but i'd comma after breathing, and listen again for
Complete thread -- am I hearing this correctly??
Complete thread -- Retina seems to be loosened and become mobile (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Retina _______ loosen and become mobile.
Complete thread -- approximately 4 cc of ______ Marcaine and ______ lidocaine was
Complete thread -- small ?
Complete thread -- helical ?
Complete thread -- DX: status post s/l hallical nail plate avulsion, left foot.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l *swell* bolster
Complete thread -- That is so clear. Wonder why I did not hear that first? Not OP
Complete thread -- slurred-can't tell if he changes his mind an wants to end sentence with "egress." - or?
Complete thread -- J-loop
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l peripheral vitreous in a J-loop configuration
Complete thread -- Gay not being correct - just added that in case someone does not get the wavs
Complete thread -- vitreous in a ? sounds like gay to me, configuration
Complete thread -- Oil was allowed to egress ______. The eye was digitally
Complete thread -- revealed additional peripheral ______ loop configuration.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 1000-centistoke silicone oil. Also, I hear "air to fluid exchange"
Complete thread -- centistoke?
Complete thread -- with intraocular lens implantation
Complete thread -- and insertion of 1,000 ______ silicone oil on the right eye.
Complete thread -- Phacoemulsification with ________ of lens implantation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That was it! Just kidding before. Murphy's law that when I give up
Complete thread -- haha. I knew somebody would answer when I said I was giving up. I tricked ya! Thanks
Complete thread -- Retina * seemed to be significantly* loosen and become
Complete thread -- rate of rise? (of bilirubin)
Complete thread -- Giving up. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- visually significant
Complete thread -- 1. _______ cataract.
Complete thread -- but were not limited to "centration" of lens, scleral depressi
Complete thread -- Just a little bit poor audio, but she is clear and has no accent.
Complete thread -- Increased braderfries
Complete thread -- posting wav
Complete thread -- missed words help pls sm
Complete thread -- 2) intimately associated with the
Complete thread -- will post after below answered
Complete thread -- the need for cysto and ________ procedure
Complete thread -- Findings: Anterior neck ____ up into the base of the tongue and ____ ...
Complete thread -- The thumb incision was also opened and debrided. The scar tissue was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- and was still very free etc
Complete thread -- It was loose as it entered the cubital tunnel near the flexor carpi ul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It was loose as it entered the
Complete thread -- There was no entrapment of the ulnar nerve. It was loose ____ the cub ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- anteriorly. Next the median etc
Complete thread -- The patient had the ulnar nerve transposed anteriorly ____ the median ...
Complete thread -- I apologize..I should have posted "a long arm" ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- long arm
Complete thread -- Application of ____ splint. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- tendon
Complete thread -- Procedure: Common flexor _____ lengthening. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- You misunderstand. What he says is, "It no longer works."
Complete thread -- posted again. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- It no longer works.
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. .....recharge it about 3 months ago ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. There is 1 more blank ahead. ...
Complete thread -- She stopped being able to recharge it about 3 months ago.
Complete thread -- She had a spinal cord stimulator placed which worked well. She ____ r ...
Complete thread -- She had a spinal cord stimulator placed which worked well. She ____ r ...
Complete thread -- I hear that also
Complete thread -- I think she was just saying "Antibiotic drops were instilled."
Complete thread -- mp3 help. IOL placement procedure.
Complete thread -- Oh thank you for letting us know!
Complete thread -- I got another dictation and I could hear her say "Decreasing the bottle height,"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- demineralization
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Ditto
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- good job OP
Complete thread -- can it be "and she now has added spinach and kale"? ...
Complete thread -- heart of palms (correction) and she ________ spinach and kale
Complete thread -- Thank you very much for your help Q.
Complete thread -- If it turns out to be either, you would, of course, need to remember to edit the
Complete thread -- lettuce, ...heart of palm...
Complete thread -- heart of palms and (says 'a' but changes to) she denies (something) spinach and kale.
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are lattice, carrots, peas, cucumbers, tomatoes, ____ ...
Complete thread -- #2 The silk suture
Complete thread -- she literally says "a 11 blade"
Complete thread -- MP3 help. Blepharoplasty of left upper lid and ptosis repair.
Complete thread -- I think I will just flag this one. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- just to clarify, the blank is Sprite. The pt rarely drinks it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. S small of screwdriver? ...
Complete thread -- oh. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- she rarely drinks it, the soda isn't rare.
Complete thread -- a screwdriver (vodka and orange juice)
Complete thread -- My thought was if the patient was being evaluated because "the patient wishes
Complete thread -- Her alcohol is ___ 1 time a week ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- is he saying "rare Sprite or soda"? what's so rare about Sprit ...
Complete thread -- decreasing the ______?
Complete thread -- #1 Splenda (an artificial sweetener, capped) #2 Sprite
Complete thread -- Splenda (sweetner)
Complete thread -- She drinks 40 ounces of water daily. She drinks coffee with ____ and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I caps of insanity? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Insanity (it is a workout program)
Complete thread -- She however has a program of ____ along with a treadmill and a total g ...
Complete thread -- Another MP3 uploaded.
Complete thread -- that's nice
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Thank you to both helpers.
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster online and OneLook show it without hyphen
Complete thread -- pre-formed
Complete thread -- 2nd link to show that they use a cystotome needle for capsulorhexis
Complete thread -- preformed (see link..section Instruments, 2nd paragraph)
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- then I doubt would be phentermine already. Any asthma or breathing problems history?
Complete thread -- Yes, phentermine would work...He says it like fen-ter-men...but
Complete thread -- MP3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- yes past medical history or diagnoses would be very useful here
Complete thread -- Very clear. Flagging and moving on. Thanks all!
Complete thread -- The patient wishes to lose weight. ...
Complete thread -- I definitely don't hear the end of that medication. What is the PMH?
Complete thread -- Only you can hear it. If you don't hear hematemesis, suggest you flag it.
Complete thread -- can it be Phentermine? ...
Complete thread -- sounds like Ventolin I was going to say that too
Complete thread -- Ventolin? (does that work with PMH?)
Complete thread -- maybe dr garbled his words but it is quite obvious to be hematemesis
Complete thread -- Medications: _____ ...
Complete thread -- With transfusion, s/l load rate intravenous fluids, TIA!
Complete thread -- Never heard it pronounced that way, but apparently you three have.
Complete thread -- hematemesis
Complete thread -- hematemesis
Complete thread -- hematemesis
Complete thread -- no diarrhea, melena, s/l met-uh-me-sis, or other bleeding problems. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you Oasis and others for grammar help yesterday on GET/GETTING
Complete thread -- So glad you were able to get the advice you needed. :)
Complete thread -- Format problem
Complete thread -- Got it. It's Weck-Cel.
Complete thread -- toric IOL placement. s/l weksal. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I think there is a way...it's just been too long since I used
Complete thread -- format problem
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 was equated with
Complete thread -- #1 the equality of the distance
Complete thread -- The patient had been marked in the upright position for a new position ...
Complete thread -- format problem
Complete thread -- I believe it is showing you what they call hard carriage returns and
Complete thread -- Good catch!
Complete thread -- 2 different-aged infarcts (2 infarcts, one older than the other).
Complete thread -- Yes, possible...see link, section 6.1
Complete thread -- Format problem
Complete thread -- thanks I fixed it ... its Stankiewicz maneuver
Complete thread -- On MRI, there were 2 different s/l "aged infarcts" in the right basal ganglia.
Complete thread -- The s/l*Sankovitz maneuver& was performed multiple times on the right ...
Complete thread -- EditScript see link & click open the first 4-5 articles may see something
Complete thread -- Do you have tech support to contact. If not try the reboot technique see what happens
Complete thread -- Format problem
Complete thread -- glad I didn't post this one, nozzle ?
Complete thread -- If you must write it out than BoS 2, page 277 see link... shows
Complete thread -- We write out for numbers under ten.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- 2-1/2 where I work
Complete thread -- two and a half or two-and-a-half?
Complete thread -- well, I did hear "noff"... but who knew?
Complete thread -- I agree, O. and I'd have never thought to google NOF since I couldn't even hear that...
Complete thread -- me neither, not in a million years...
Complete thread -- Was just going to post, glad you found it first.
Complete thread -- NM, found in archives.
Complete thread -- S/L alenia. see msg for context
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you. Just have not had anyone say it quite that way before.
Complete thread -- I do 14,300 but that might just be me.
Complete thread -- 14.3
Complete thread -- How do you write white blood count fourteen thousand point 3?
Complete thread -- OH wow, I'd have never gotten that one!
Complete thread -- Answer was: NOF - neck of femur fracture
Complete thread -- I have always used it as one word and most references on internet show ...
Complete thread -- LOL!!!
Complete thread -- thank you nm!
Complete thread -- hit return too soon...i.e. Stedman's Ortho. I didn't do an
Complete thread -- Archives indicates some medical sources are using plantarflexion, i.e. Stedman
Complete thread -- plantarflexion actually goes through my spellcheck and I've always put it as one word, BUT
Complete thread -- My Dorland's shows plantar flexion entry, but 'not found' for plantarflexion
Complete thread -- mTOR
Complete thread -- mm
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- I dont' see anything about inhalers in report, just post liver transplant stuff
Complete thread -- Fluff to O
Complete thread -- There is a med called Intal, but you will have to determine your context supports
Complete thread -- thanks, lb. Sounds like a good rule of thumb.
Complete thread -- thanks Q - I'm getting drafts with it both ways and wanted to be consistent.
Complete thread -- If 2 words can go together, I like to put them as one word and sometimes you just really
Complete thread -- Intal?? does the patient use inhalers?
Complete thread -- I think probably if everything is ok, we would opt for an early switch to ____.
Complete thread -- Using quotation marks for exact wording..PubMed has 854 articles with
Complete thread -- no, that was a typo - was trying to help, not to confuse. Thanks for pointing that out.
Complete thread -- is there any difference/preference between "neural monitoring" and "neuromonitoring"?
Complete thread -- Did you mean to use the D on the subject line? Many might get confused
Complete thread -- something for archives - Medtronic MEDRx system used for dilation in spine surgery.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I have not been using because it seemed wrong in some way.
Complete thread -- too bad that when this poster gives an answer, it cannot come with a disclaimer.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- check rule #3. "to cause or bring about" Effects
Complete thread -- It's easy to get caught up in a debate about the subtle shades of meaning for the words
Complete thread -- now it sounds like "noff" or "moth". Maybe lb was right about mouth? But what is a mouth
Complete thread -- I wish we COULD vote that one off the island. Since we can't, it is best to ignore.
Complete thread -- If the word 'not' had not been used, it would have been
Complete thread -- reposted wav
Complete thread -- s/l "previously fractured nozzle" to me. Maybe nose?
Complete thread -- He means effects.
Complete thread -- hmmm - I was thinking the hyphen would go between "septic" and "appearing"
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. I did catch that "betters" and corrected it!
Complete thread -- mouth? wha?? (the sound file is horrible)
Complete thread -- effect (verb)- to make something happen
Complete thread -- gastroesophageal reflux, previous fractured___and is a former smoker of 60 to 70 ciga
Complete thread -- Actually effect is also a verb..see Merriam Webster link, definition 2. And I agree with
Complete thread -- agree with effects
Complete thread -- Sorry. Let me try again. I also have another link to support it. sm
Complete thread -- Does not matter one snicker about the word physiatrist. The original poster
Complete thread -- Link did not work.
Complete thread -- BUT - OP's question was not "physiatrist" - it was what sounded"neurophysiatrist"
Complete thread -- That's what I thought until I read the article I linked. Like I said, (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks, gold. Just came back to say I found something (sm)
Complete thread -- I agree with affects, as in this case it's a verb.
Complete thread -- Effects makes sense to me - causes better control.
Complete thread -- No. See link, page pg 93, section "adverb preceding a compound modifier"..and
Complete thread -- I never have a problem with this word until now.
Complete thread -- would you use a hyphen with not septic appearing?
Complete thread -- but the sentence wouldn't read right
Complete thread -- forgot link
Complete thread -- questionable help, but wonder if blowack is infuse wrapped
Complete thread -- I'm with you - :/
Complete thread -- he/she op gave link, you didn't look? Brain injury (e.g. stroke) for rehabilitation fits
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I kept hearing mucoprine and there is no such thing!
Complete thread -- :/
Complete thread -- number next ?imipramine
Complete thread -- S/l that to me too.
Complete thread -- ?imipramine? an antidepressant ....dosage can fit
Complete thread -- You must be right, gapjoj. That makes perfect sense.
Complete thread -- other history listed here
Complete thread -- Wonder if obtiurate=obliterate
Complete thread -- wav file, main complaint is COPD.
Complete thread -- Wonder if "virgo"=Burrow advancement flap?
Complete thread -- Medtronic makes Infuse
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't come up with anything.
Complete thread -- I can't document that one either.
Complete thread -- Could this be Burger advancement flap?
Complete thread -- xenograft - A surgical graft of tissue from one species to an unlike species
Complete thread -- maybe shortened it from genioglossus graft?
Complete thread -- she questioned "to what sounds like a neurophysiatrist but I cannot "" Not just
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- I could find some references via google for neurophysiatrist... Not a lot and mostly
Complete thread -- We then used *Infuse with biowack* to pack it around to
Complete thread -- I can't reference Geniograft
Complete thread -- maybe typo - obtiurate/obturate.
Complete thread -- advancement for closure and "virgo" advancement flap
Complete thread -- can you put neurologic physiatrist?
Complete thread -- Yes, physiatrists, or rehabilitation physicians, nerve, muscle, & bone experts link
Complete thread -- I will just flag--thanks! ...
Complete thread -- When I look up the doctor's name he is referring patient to, it says s ...
Complete thread -- context? are you sure it is not supposed to be neuropsychiatrist?
Complete thread -- Neurophysiatrist?
Complete thread -- but - in this case "My acccount does not like the use of got"
Complete thread -- agree (per mo) once he has a drip in for the procedure
Complete thread -- just fine, go as dictated **getting sputum production.**get blood tests
Complete thread -- 2 different things --motor/sensory? or "and"
Complete thread -- I spelled that every which way from Sunday - except for that one. I will use it but flag
Complete thread -- once he has a drip in for the ...
Complete thread -- s/l that to me too - could be Carrel (Reynolds) forceps
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like carol.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- get is just fine in this sentence.
Complete thread -- I'd put / like you have it.
Complete thread -- yep - look up cricopharyngeal web
Complete thread -- cricopharyngeal spasm. Rule out cervical *webs*
Complete thread -- how would you type this. verbatim acct..
Complete thread -- Got and getting acceptable and considered good English (see link).
Complete thread -- Grammar question for the well versed re GET, GETTING
Complete thread -- he has a s/l dripping for the procedure
Complete thread -- help please....
Complete thread -- I can update anything further on the day once he ___ procedure.
Complete thread -- Strange, I tried that but still can't hear, but it seems that you can.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Those do seem to be correct.
Complete thread -- clearing says Climara (estradiol) skin patches are used to treat symptoms of menopause
Complete thread -- To: gold ....Sometimes U can't hear a new WAV or mp3 until
Complete thread -- #2 is Climara...but I note there is a warning with that drug which
Complete thread -- Viibryd -? Viibryd is used for: Treating depression
Complete thread -- the WAV is there...the first one is Viibryd ...going back to listen for #2
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- I tried, but when I listen the old one is still there.
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Breast surgery consult - help with two meds, s/l bipred and crimera
Complete thread -- maybe? saying epiphysis,aka physis") instead of sapophysis or see something in link
Complete thread -- please post if you find out s/l TAC2, wonder if recurrent problem and was treated
Complete thread -- likely as suggested, a CLASS of cancer drugs alkylating agents(for lymphoma) sm& link
Complete thread -- what one normally hears in there is segmental mastectomy.
Complete thread -- Thank you for that info.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- fluid-filled (noun+participle modifying cyst) see link, page 96
Complete thread -- Ah yes - thanks lb! It is this part I was thinking of...
Complete thread -- WAG ??alkaloidal??
Complete thread -- fluid filled or fluid-filled?
Complete thread -- the full- and split-thickness grafts part is what i meant...
Complete thread -- pg 97 on BOS2 - SM ( I think this is what you are referring to, O)
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks.
Complete thread -- groomer,......day,--IMO no other commas needed
Complete thread -- I always spell it out - dorsiflexion. There's a rule...
Complete thread -- Is this comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- triple A may be AAA. Amplitude of Apparent Accommodation.
Complete thread -- Is dorsi okay written thisi way in sentence?
Complete thread -- what kind of lymphoma? non-Hodgkins, Hodgkins, follicular lymphoma? any
Complete thread -- I thought so too, but may never know if it was the right guess or not.
Complete thread -- Cancer Therapy
Complete thread -- Ooooh. That sounds interesting!
Complete thread -- could he have said "pupillary reaction" instead of "triple A" maybe
Complete thread -- Agree, need more context in this case.
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows several things for AAA but i dont see anything for "eye" ??
Complete thread -- What is the sentence before, the sentence and the sentence following..perhaps
Complete thread -- 00 bowman
Complete thread -- What is a "triple A" reaction on an eye exam?
Complete thread -- Breast Cancer
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I would use your 1st example....IMO
Complete thread -- commas??
Complete thread -- :))) I don't like liver either.
Complete thread -- Oh, had not refreshed, thanks.
Complete thread -- I really dislike liver! :) What answer?
Complete thread -- my answer was chopped liver??
Complete thread -- Another way that sometimes works (as it did this time..see link) is to
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I did the *cyanosis thing on Google which usually pops up
Complete thread -- oops..here's link
Complete thread -- There is bilateral acrocyanosis
Complete thread -- bilateral acrocyanosis....
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- This is a duplicate post. See answer in post above this one.
Complete thread -- See link, page 415, section "Alternatives" ...think that supports using virgule
Complete thread -- Looks like it would be 00 Bowman probe...see link..note that
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- I lean toward strain/sprain...as can be seen PubMed articles. I can't
Complete thread -- Ophthomology term
Complete thread -- Fertility ~ "ART cycle" ????
Complete thread -- strain sprain or strain-sprain?
Complete thread -- Previous linked article and this acronym list show it as lowercase 'e'
Complete thread -- got it, Testim
Complete thread -- Got it ... ESET ... elective single embryo transfer.
Complete thread -- ?eSET? see link
Complete thread -- meds include s/l testa very clearly...finding fortesta but not
Complete thread -- meds include s/l testa very clearly...finding fortesta but not
Complete thread -- We had reviewed IVF with ICSI and possible PGS as well as *s/l ESET*
Complete thread -- I'll check it out! Thank you.
Complete thread -- ?Brilinta? see link
Complete thread -- Status post CVA and acute coronary syndrome resulting in stent. The patient also
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- ?Durasphere? see link
Complete thread -- Durasphere
Complete thread -- urethral bulking agent s/l dorsophere and Coaptite
Complete thread -- gout=arthritis/rheumatology sm
Complete thread -- #2 ?where a 2.5 (something) was encountered distally?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cold blood ? opening made with a metal punch. all I can get.
Complete thread -- three ?s
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #1 proximal to its
Complete thread -- was opened _________ bifurcation
Complete thread -- Someone else will come on soon to help out. They are better at this than I am.
Complete thread -- of the heart. _______ was lavaged with
Complete thread -- from not to. sequentially heparinized? Not sure.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 400? sorry, mL not cc
Complete thread -- Sorry, posted on the wrong one.
Complete thread -- Left not right, got a few of them
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I got a few of them. I think it is left not right.
Complete thread -- ankle injury s/l sapophysis
Complete thread -- The ACT was ________ seconds. AND 2500 cc of _____ fashion.
Complete thread -- Need help please with blanks.
Complete thread -- got these
Complete thread -- ___ class 3 and wished to proceed with operation (all I can get)
Complete thread -- Got these...
Complete thread -- pulmonary embolism, _______, arrhythmias AND He clearly ______ of which to receive
Complete thread -- three blanks need help with
Complete thread -- I haven't used that one before...will have to remember it! darn keyboard! (joking)
Complete thread -- Thanks. She almost says 1 by mouth daily, etc. I think she means 1-1/2. I
Complete thread -- There is something wrong with my keyboard..citalopram
Complete thread -- forgive typo...citopram
Complete thread -- I ckd RxList Celexa (citaologram)...no 21.5 ...
Complete thread -- Citalopram 20 1.5 mg daily in the morning - does this come in 21.5? I loaned my book
Complete thread -- must be
Complete thread -- All I can think of is Netflix (movies) ?
Complete thread -- same happened to me. I thought it must be something obvious
Complete thread -- I'm not having any luck in Englist language hits. Sry
Complete thread -- Use of electronics continues limited, no video games, neptawix for app ...
Complete thread -- Sorry, more often than not MTs miss little words.
Complete thread -- Scan down page and expand Musculoskeletal
Complete thread -- This is too interesting not to share...see link...as it happens
Complete thread -- thank, i chose endocrine.
Complete thread -- endocrine
Complete thread -- musculoskeletal?
Complete thread -- On ROS, doc gives no headings but says "No history of gout." Where can I put that?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. This will help with the next time I get him. I heard back from QA on
Complete thread -- WAG ??placement of"
Complete thread -- just entering ediscript software get different input. Even download free, surprised. Link
Complete thread -- wav file, again. Last blank, I think
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. It is what I thought I heard but definitely not clear.
Complete thread -- Wonder if saying "vital" ...see link
Complete thread -- Thanks again. I thought I heard vital.
Complete thread -- ensure that body structures and
Complete thread -- wav same report
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. This is my 3rd report with blanks in the same place!
Complete thread -- 2nd. s/l OR room? 1. MRI compatible.
Complete thread -- wav file, back surgery. Thanks
Complete thread -- yes, I googled exactly that and the answer isn't in there, surprisingly
Complete thread -- "like" to fluff-Q. But, having read the last paragraph...
Complete thread -- here is a link to click open and read up a bit, might see something to help
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- I am not an EditScript user, but the question you ask also
Complete thread -- EditScript users what's difference in median and average line count nm,ty:)
Complete thread -- got it. when she is feeling good.
Complete thread -- wav, Patient with diabetes.
Complete thread -- Ah, yes. Ty!
Complete thread -- I would think I and E (inspiratory and expiratory).
Complete thread -- Patient has s/l INE wheezes. TIA!
Complete thread -- Might be of interest...see link...states that Hoffman (name
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you... someone told me 2 n's at end of Hoffmann
Complete thread -- spelling appears to be Hoffman...found him listed as doing
Complete thread -- I'm finding 2 spellings...Clayton-Hoffman and/or Hoffmann...ckg further
Complete thread -- Realignment of the large toe as well as a s/l Claykin Hoffman type realignment of the
Complete thread -- Flakka and Budder (agree, poi, especially for Archive search to pull up results later)
Complete thread -- I guess it would be clearer if helpers would post the answer (and add the
Complete thread -- Best I was able to come up with was news article (which capped
Complete thread -- first time Flakka appears in this post...glad you clarified. Why
Complete thread -- Actually I posted Flakka as the designer drug and Flocka as a person.
Complete thread -- I see. I guess I was being my usual *confused*. I kept looking
Complete thread -- my guess is because its a pretty good list and perhaps he/she was thinking
Complete thread -- why did you post this list? I don't see Flocka on there...
Complete thread -- my first thought too was canalized(quickly reading post) sm
Complete thread -- Yeah, that skewed my results on my original search. Guessing it confused the MT that did
Complete thread -- Perfect! And this is a Florida account. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- AMPHETAMINES - speed, crystal, crank, meth, black etc sm
Complete thread -- Apparently Flocka is a person
Complete thread -- Found this...see link
Complete thread -- Synthetic amphetamine, street name *flakka*
Complete thread -- might be anca - C-ANCA & p-ANCA for Rheumatologic Disease sm
Complete thread -- hmm just not sure. I will highlight, but thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- antinuclear?
Complete thread -- word help - DNA, anti-DNA, and s/l ank-ower testing
Complete thread -- nevermind- found this:
Complete thread -- I saw that too but could not find what VT meant. Do you know?
Complete thread -- I think VT too (see link)
Complete thread -- Makes sense. See link for meanings of E1, V3
Complete thread -- might be rendered VT
Complete thread -- Vt - is patient intubated?
Complete thread -- You may have to flag as recanalization can be spontaneous or
Complete thread -- there is lots of data as to it being something that is done to the
Complete thread -- V3?
Complete thread -- I thought cannulate means you introduce and instrument and sm
Complete thread -- GCS is E1 s/l VP. It is pretty clear but cannot document VP
Complete thread -- makes sense (to me) It was only partially embolized and the body
Complete thread -- questioning recannulated, pls sm for context
Complete thread -- dictionary.com - about - near or close to (in space or time)
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- about makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- or is it something lateral proximal arm ________ shoulder? ...
Complete thread -- of the/about/above ? any suggestions? ...
Complete thread -- Blank
Complete thread -- that's all I could come up with too - he must be stumbling.Thanks
Complete thread -- great! thank you.
Complete thread -- I think so - see link
Complete thread -- teardrop-shaped cells (teardrop cells) ?
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Blood smear: Mild schistocytes, target cells, s/l tee-ir-ja cells and platelet cells.
Complete thread -- not sure what doc means, 2/3 and 1/3
Complete thread -- Don't know why I put a question mark there...
Complete thread -- Didn't see inside that it was allergies, but who knows?
Complete thread -- Metamucil and Senokot?
Complete thread -- listen for muscle hypertrophy
Complete thread -- recent?
Complete thread -- "no abnormal Pap smears, no *s/l inky* mammogram
Complete thread -- CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis shows sigmoid
Complete thread -- burning micturition
Complete thread -- ROS: GU: No s/l bony muh-trish-un. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I still can't come up with anything either. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Sry, I couldn't find anything.
Complete thread -- s/l met-uh-muh-fin-me-kuh TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you. wav deleted
Complete thread -- essentially was a
Complete thread -- another wav file sent. pls sm.
Complete thread -- my doctor uses it for PFT reports -coving of the flow volume loop
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I hope I run into that in the future and wow my QA!
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. wav file deleted.
Complete thread -- generalized
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- ?vomer? see link
Complete thread -- The s/l vell-more projected into the left nasal passage. TIA!
Complete thread -- Interesting. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Better link
Complete thread -- Oops here's link
Complete thread -- Link shows unit called Secure II..so perhaps that is what
Complete thread -- Inpatient case management and s/l secure 2 planning be provided. TIA!
Complete thread -- agree, when googling colpocervical pops up...
Complete thread -- dictators leave out words, more often than not, "short speak"
Complete thread -- ohh, now I get it, thanks for input
Complete thread -- Yes. It is a bit off. They who? They who leave out words?
Complete thread -- no, not a bit off, that's how they talk
Complete thread -- listen for colpocervical..
Complete thread -- s/l colocervical cuff.
Complete thread -- I learned that one the hard way. I thought my ESL doctor was
Complete thread -- I bet that was it.
Complete thread -- link (pillows)
Complete thread -- Agree with nasal pillow(s)
Complete thread -- coving
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- changing to nasal pillows?
Complete thread -- s/l rhythm pls sm for context
Complete thread -- ?cannula? see link
Complete thread -- question regarding CPAP
Complete thread -- flattening?
Complete thread -- No, I can't sorry. I just moved on and sent the document to QA.
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- (the word refers to rapid gunfire, but it's used to describe tachycardia/heart beats also.
Complete thread -- yes - salvos - 3 to 5 rapid beats is called a "salvo"
Complete thread -- ventricular s/l salvos
Complete thread -- No. Patient transferred from ED of one hospital to another hospital
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- from the age of?
Complete thread -- Patient with nonischemic cardiomyopathy and hypertension.
Complete thread -- I'd just add a comma... especially both great toenails, incurvated with ...
Complete thread -- Should I make this into two sentences?
Complete thread -- at the age of ?
Complete thread -- she had been using intravenous drugs ____ age of 18
Complete thread -- Seems your sentence a bit off..wonder if s/b associated with..or can have associated ??
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks, Oscar
Complete thread -- reported improvement
Complete thread -- ...She has ____ with Plaquenil....
Complete thread -- agree with the flag cuz he says the "over 11" part pretty clearly.
Complete thread -- yeah, i heard that 11 too
Complete thread -- okay, thanks guys!! :)
Complete thread -- sounds like brief examination on discharge to me too
Complete thread -- I agree with O on this
Complete thread -- what? I'd flag that. can't get the 1st number, 106? but over 11?? can't be right?
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying recent admission and discharge???
Complete thread -- I think there 3 refills on the med before your blank
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "reason for admission... discharge" :(
Complete thread -- paragraph - (brief) examination on discharge (not sure about "brief")
Complete thread -- His blood pressure is _____. His saturati
Complete thread -- I do not think I am hearing this correctly
Complete thread -- that link shows comma when there are 3 or more words to be
Complete thread -- yes, exactly what I meant/said.
Complete thread -- we don't cap it where I work either, as it's considered a generic term.
Complete thread -- isn't that was we are here to get/give -- suggestions *guesses*?
Complete thread -- I'd say no cap since it is a generic urgent care.
Complete thread -- or maybe globular?
Complete thread -- lobular?
Complete thread -- lube may be lubricant, air (to facilatate passage of) and dilators
Complete thread -- Erythematous appearance is noted along the biceps anchor as well as **bobular** appea
Complete thread -- flagging.
Complete thread -- Urgent Care
Complete thread -- s/l "lube and air" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- urgent care or Urgent Care?
Complete thread -- well, shoot, make that quick peek, yep
Complete thread -- ahh, but sometimes, return for another quick peak, yep, I've seen it
Complete thread -- reaaly, I see guessing frequently, all different, going down entire page
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'm glad she flagged it. Makes no sense to me whatsoever.
Complete thread -- Yep - too bad I posted it at the same moment OP said "thanks" and likely moved on.
Complete thread -- agree here too, his routine slurred phrase
Complete thread -- 11/10. Thank you for this consult. We will continue to ...
Complete thread -- 11/10
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- tentatively scheduled for patient for PEG on ______. Will continue
Complete thread -- my take it's ok=may mean confined/concentrated to female reproductive system
Complete thread -- NM. Have to flag and move on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- link: inflammation, panus
Complete thread -- abscess drainage from s/l female centralization TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Lungs clear to auscultation, bilateral.
Complete thread -- sorry can't get it. Sounds like maybe "routine" sentence for him, so talks fast, slur and
Complete thread -- Probable choledocholithiasis. Will eventually benefit from CCY (abbrev cholecystectomy)
Complete thread -- CBD dilatation. _______ choledocolithiasis. MRCP and GI consult will eventually ___
Complete thread -- No apparent distress. _______ bilateral abdomen, slightly
Complete thread -- did you just mean recorded in the ED emergency department? not sending?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- phyllodes
Complete thread -- Fibroides? sm
Complete thread -- True, but that doesn't mean they won't say stuff like that.
Complete thread -- in which case it would be irrelevant to the patient
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thank goodness!
Complete thread -- OH BROTHER....NM. is saying "the sending ED" Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- i am hearing #2 "Right nipple-areolar tattooing ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #1 Acquired absence of breast. #2 ???
Complete thread -- I'm not finding anything to support 'descending AD'...still looking
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: Acquired ____ Procedure: Right nipple-a ...
Complete thread -- blood pressure recorded in s/l descending AD was 180. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- go with Q's suggestion, no punctuation
Complete thread -- Ooops. Here's link
Complete thread -- In the spirit of verbatim, we could look at inflammation as
Complete thread -- I would transcribe that inflammation/pannus
Complete thread -- coma between inflammation and panus? ...
Complete thread -- pannus (though he spelled panus)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- panus within the substance of the
Complete thread -- Needle was used to gain access into the wrist joint after which then t ...
Complete thread -- fluff to eafkka
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I see you reposted. I still think I hear benign with an emphasized
Complete thread -- wow. this post has stretched like rubber man Luffy's arm. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Flagged. QA will be responsible now. lol. thanks guys. ...
Complete thread -- they reposted it. The wav is still there.
Complete thread -- Sry. I came back too late to relisten. Denied is certainly a
Complete thread -- I hear denied but think benign is clearer in meaning. You have to
Complete thread -- what do you think Q? could it be denied? It sounds like it
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: _____ ...
Complete thread -- wav posted again. can you give it another try pls? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I believe he is saying the pt denied having a past medical history.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Waterway? cafe as a server
Complete thread -- I am hearing denied too. confused now. ...
Complete thread -- denied?
Complete thread -- He does not smoke or drink. He is employed at ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Benign.
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Jeep Cherokee
Complete thread -- The patient was a restrained driver of a 2012 ____ when he was involve ...
Complete thread -- or (I forgot) adopted
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Kia
Complete thread -- She was a restrained driver of a 2013 ____ and had stopped at an inter ...
Complete thread -- excellent idea OP
Complete thread -- She says "passed away at 16, one six."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Also if not half-sister or step-sister, why would doc need to
Complete thread -- Could 16 be 60?
Complete thread -- In case not typo, s/b shelf osteotomy (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I ended up sending a blank (I'm allowed two). I don't
Complete thread -- Is it me or is there something seriously wrong with this sentence?
Complete thread -- Using kjpnnk's finding, here are better hits. I don't know whether
Complete thread -- At the above link it appears their use of para is their short form for paraprofessional.
Complete thread -- Yes, para. See link for good google hits.
Complete thread -- maybe a paraprofessional (haven't heard them called just para, though)
Complete thread -- She does have a s/l para with her at all times.
Complete thread -- i think that is the idea but i will just flag this one. Thanks for the help. Deleted wav.
Complete thread -- seen for some distance?
Complete thread -- wav file help. colonoscopy report
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- right, that is definitely reference to the bug, not the condition ....
Complete thread -- This would be Klebsiella pneumoniae (not pneumonia), right? (see inside)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions everyone. Going to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- I cannot spell either olanzapine. sorry
Complete thread -- olanzipine (Zyprexa) dose fits also
Complete thread -- mirtazapine?
Complete thread -- s/l muh-laz-uh-pin 15 mg. TIA!
Complete thread -- your search term (positions of gaze)was better than mine "smile"
Complete thread -- Aggravating! I was searching for "positions of gaze" and didn't see it on 1st page (inside
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks for returning, didn't think it was corneal (could not find)
Complete thread -- thank you both - have a great day!
Complete thread -- No, not to me, you indicate different dressings by the AND
Complete thread -- thanks for the update
Complete thread -- I see. Sorry about that
Complete thread -- okay, after checking my answer is still no.
Complete thread -- oh wait, misunderstood question
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Next time, you may also hear complete name, Perclose Proglide OR will get just one name
Complete thread -- pulsed laser?
Complete thread -- dressed with Bactigras gauze and Kling. (comma after Bactigras?)
Complete thread -- wonder if it's touch-up?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a million, Oasis.
Complete thread -- Could be Machemer, Millennium, or Maguire-Harvey vitreous cutter.
Complete thread -- I think it is MVC (see link for M vitreous cutter)
Complete thread -- I posted wav.
Complete thread -- I'm finding "vitreous cutter" (VC) along with ICG, but I haven't found M or N.
Complete thread -- ICG placed on the macula for 10 seconds and then evacuated with the s/l MVC or MBC.
Complete thread -- Could base-i-cur be "basic"
Complete thread -- modified McBride bunionectomy, s/l base-i-cur concentric self osteotomy**
Complete thread -- QA came back with "cardinal."
Complete thread -- Sorry, she was seeing double vision, so she saw 2 of her finger! Makes sense.
Complete thread -- Sry, didn't see your 'disregard' post.
Complete thread -- I find the term "bone marrow aspirate standard analysis and flow
Complete thread -- please disregard. Thanks.
Complete thread -- It sounds like standard, but not completely sure.
Complete thread -- something analysis sm please s/l it starts with an s and that's all I can get
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- Thx.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Should I have a period after radiographically?
Complete thread -- corneal
Complete thread -- coroneal positions makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- 2 of my fingerS
Complete thread -- ...corneal position
Complete thread -- slurring over what sounds like "corneal positionl" Please help verify. (see inside)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- Looks okay to me.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I confirmed that is what I hear.
Complete thread -- sorry and thanks
Complete thread -- Please verify that I have PCIOLs correctly punctuated inside. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think it should be stone lithotripsy (no comma) otherwise the
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- stent out
Complete thread -- you posted over another unanswered wav
Complete thread -- but those are without medical input?
Complete thread -- a stent, stone, lithotripsy _______. Sunday, he was back
Complete thread -- IMO, yes.
Complete thread -- I found a Perclose ProGlide see link
Complete thread -- Would you put commas around therefore?
Complete thread -- That would be ProGlide
Complete thread -- Nevermind it is Proglide
Complete thread -- management of his polyarthritis ____ without medical input. A
Complete thread -- Okay. Makes sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I told him if he wants to start on medication, I would try...
Complete thread -- Personally, I would not, but some QA people might disagree. The most important
Complete thread -- Since there is only one expansion for the acronym NSAID, do I need to expand under
Complete thread -- s/l Pro-bu-li percutaneous closure device
Complete thread -- the patient in great detail. _______ I would try some over the counter pill
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- Scale of murmurs is 1-6 for humans, correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- #2 Found a Farabeuf retractor ...see link
Complete thread -- far boo - Farabeuf
Complete thread -- in-gluth - angled??
Complete thread -- in-gluth = pelvic?
Complete thread -- I favor: pt's case took, on average, 3 times longer
Complete thread -- using the s/l**in-gluth or the "far-boo* retractor then the s/l*in-gluuth*retractor w
Complete thread -- does anyone know of any plugin or something that will allow the wav and MP3 to play
Complete thread -- okay thanks! I kept hearing word begin with a "D" :)
Complete thread -- focal
Complete thread -- Go to 3rd paragraph in the Cam-type FAI section.
Complete thread -- no idea what he says
Complete thread -- Cam lesion is only capped at the beginning of a sentence. The
Complete thread -- preperitoneal (no hyphen) per Dorland's
Complete thread -- with disc desiccation (listen for)
Complete thread -- MRI neck ... intervertebral disk space narrowing s/l in-tuh-be-you-cess-uh-tation TIA
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- either after thought/stumble (cardia) or CRT-D, a specific type pacemaker
Complete thread -- It was LRGH. He said it twice again later and did not slur it so bad.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- found Heitze clamp pg 421 under clamps Tessier surg book
Complete thread -- was concentrated on the stones ?
Complete thread -- Fragmentation was ________ of the stones in the left renal
Complete thread -- still hearing old wav??
Complete thread -- and allergies should support
Complete thread -- I got mine - at LRGH, Lakes Region General Hospital.
Complete thread -- I posted mine now.
Complete thread -- added to the - this was preapproved during authorization for
Complete thread -- I know failure is missing.
Complete thread -- sorry. pls post your wav again. i accidentally posted mine at the same ...
Complete thread -- Additional time was taken to prepare and tension the graft appropriate ...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Mr. patient's case, took on average 3 times - dissection along
Complete thread -- JUSTIFICATION FOR COMPLEX MODIFIER: ____ average, 3 times longer than ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pacemaker, cardiac.
Complete thread -- and permanent pacemaker _______.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Adalat CC
Complete thread -- The peritoneum was grasped between two s/l heist *clamps
Complete thread -- a cerebral aneurysm
Complete thread -- outpatient, included ________ 60 mg daily
Complete thread -- Mother also had _______. Father had
Complete thread -- arthroscopy, and permanent pacemaker *cardia*.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear ...of her Cam (umm) lesion.
Complete thread -- Right hip femoral osteoplasty with chondroplasty of her Cam ____ lesio ...
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy was then used to place a needle in the side port of the pu ...
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- TY Q
Complete thread -- I'd use the verb form, follow up
Complete thread -- would you go with followup or follow up here?
Complete thread -- yeah. i think so too. ...
Complete thread -- I thought I heard every 3 days as well, but the symptoms
Complete thread -- i am hearing "These stopped yesterday and she had a brown stool ye ...
Complete thread -- Did you get the next sentence about it not helping her?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ago and has been using it every (something).
Complete thread -- These stopped yesterday and she had a brown stool yesterday. She had ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- Yes, doh, I think so. He's a little sloppy, and VR's rendition prejudiced my ear.
Complete thread -- Only tentative regarding '30' .
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "She had a (something) 30-pound weight loss"
Complete thread -- I think he's saying the emesis contained food ...that it was not just bile or other
Complete thread -- Could U B hearing CA 19-9....see link
Complete thread -- I'm still looking.
Complete thread -- These stopped yesterday and she had a brown stool yesterday. She had ...
Complete thread -- i am also hearing it but am suspicious if it makes any sense. ...
Complete thread -- food (period)
Complete thread -- s/l CN18-9 negative, CNA18-9 negative ?
Complete thread -- Most emesis is bilious but she also has episodes of emesis after meals ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "She was also given Bentyl which she relates did not help her."
Complete thread -- I can't help...it's too muffled for me.
Complete thread -- She is having bowel movements and at times having diarrhea or loose st ...
Complete thread -- i am hearing "having sickening/significant" ...
Complete thread -- having (something) constipation
Complete thread -- She was having abdominal pain which was felt to be possibly functional ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for the advise. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Okay. You can best tell. I just wanted to make sure.
Complete thread -- His tone seems to be that way in which I have written. ...
Complete thread -- I meant your 2nd option was even better.
Complete thread -- Did you see my 2nd post on the Marcaine thread?
Complete thread -- Even better IMO
Complete thread -- Right knee partial meniscectomy, medial and chondroplasty ____. ...
Complete thread -- BTW I'd put a comma after meniscectomy. IMO
Complete thread -- that is tough. What about arthroscopic procedure? I would flag it though
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- To: ncpjke ....I am concerned that because of punctuation you
Complete thread -- Procedure: Right knee partial meniscectomy medial and chondroplasty _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- on photograph #8
Complete thread -- As we bent the knee back in 45 degrees of flexion, there was unstable ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- into the portals.
Complete thread -- Marcaine with epinephrine was injected ____. Following IV antibiotic ...
Complete thread -- You guys are right. It is sounding like excess. Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- I did a quick check before posting too. Couldn't find anything and it sure sounds like
Complete thread -- I double checked google before I posted and did confirm that the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Will go with excess. ...
Complete thread -- is there any brand name "Access or somethng" bone graft? ...
Complete thread -- excess
Complete thread -- excess
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Go with poi's..'great'...my 'good' was only tentative
Complete thread -- We used ____ bone graft to graft the patella. ...
Complete thread -- yes he says "notched the femurhere" and corrected to "notched the tibia."
Complete thread -- #2 The graft had ?good tension when probed.
Complete thread -- The graft had great tension when probed.
Complete thread -- He says something, then corrects himself to "notched the tibia"
Complete thread -- Good decision IMO. And yw.
Complete thread -- I again placed a nitinol wire and _____ the tibia and then inserted an ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- That is possible, but not clear enough. Flagging and moving on. Thanks for everything, Q!
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "or bile?"
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I'm googling to see if I can come up with something.
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, no.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Can U post a wave, because nothing is coming to mind.
Complete thread -- as far as
Complete thread -- Hemoccult-positive vomitus s/l or hive. TIA!
Complete thread -- It did not appear to impinge or engage on the tibia and due to the fac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- At this point, due to his preoperative exam we then applied..
Complete thread -- We performed an examination under anesthesia. He had a positive pivot ...
Complete thread -- due to his (or 'a') (something) exam. ...What part of the body is being examined?
Complete thread -- At this point, due to his ____ we then applied a tourniquet ...
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I'm not finding anything else. Sry.
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- looks like the OP figured it out...didn't need me. Thanks though :)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Okay, I'll keep looking.
Complete thread -- V-tack/V-tec is pretty clear
Complete thread -- Thank goodness U were still out there!
Complete thread -- hernia repair - retro-rectus mesh placement
Complete thread -- I think you got it.
Complete thread -- I'm finding V-Loc barbed suture..see link
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- i am hearing "and weak thenar abductors" ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- Wow, you're a miracle worker on that one. Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Perhaps there is someone else about on the Board who can.
Complete thread -- okay. Changed to crepitus. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- No. There is something else in there. I'm going back
Complete thread -- and ring finger who
Complete thread -- Found BoS 2, page 115 says crepitance acceptable. see link
Complete thread -- A 57-year-old female with left carpal tunnel with permanent paraesthes ...
Complete thread -- used for myasthenia gravis
Complete thread -- pyridostigmine (see link)
Complete thread -- I would not use crepitans...it is not a standalone word. If you
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Found in crepitans in stedman ortho crepitans ...
Complete thread -- I hear "with resisted flexion to the digits, but there is
Complete thread -- s/l pie-uh-doss-ting 30 mg 3 times a day. TIA!
Complete thread -- She has no significant pain with resistant flexion to the digits but t ...
Complete thread -- I lucked out on that one, but thanks, rs.
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster Medical lists it as an alternate spelling (see link)
Complete thread -- That's it!! You are so sharp, Q. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Think it is Ehlers-Danlos (see link)
Complete thread -- ?)_. She has been evaluated and told that she has the trait for 'alar stomas' (or similar
Complete thread -- What is the sentence following your s/l? ...
Complete thread -- no E on end of nitroglycerin
Complete thread -- autoimmune disease.....s/l "alar stom-lohs"
Complete thread -- Thanks. I only hear moderate size...
Complete thread -- makes sense. Hyphen moderate-size (listen for moderate-sized)
Complete thread -- First sentence here make sense?
Complete thread -- I agree. Thanks. Wav file deleted.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Trilafon
Complete thread -- Poor vision?
Complete thread -- s/l There was (were) no significant hemorrhoids.
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm. colonoscopy procedure.
Complete thread -- s/l trill-uh-phone 4 mg twice a day.
Complete thread -- developmental milestone delay was s/l pure vision. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Agree...no need for all caps...That's just how my client used to do it.
Complete thread -- I agree with this but no need for all caps, particularly if in
Complete thread -- I'd agree with this. Much cleaner.
Complete thread -- How about..RADIOGRAPHIC STUDIES: I have gone over using
Complete thread -- I might put a comma after involved - but you're right, awkward.
Complete thread -- views demonstrate
Complete thread -- Akward sentence...is comma needed?
Complete thread -- ?untenable
Complete thread -- demonstrate
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- demonstrates or demonstrate
Complete thread -- That was it!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- maybe Kleppinger ?
Complete thread -- s/l caukenjer scissor
Complete thread -- it looks like the outlet view and Y view might be different also
Complete thread -- agree, but there is also a *standard AP view* as you quoted.
Complete thread -- I think there is an "AP Grashey"
Complete thread -- Grashey and AP are 2 different views. Y-view
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- found Nadia B. El-Maraghy, MB BCH
Complete thread -- no comma after AP (it is anterior posterior Grashey view) and (SM)
Complete thread -- makes sense then
Complete thread -- Yes, right ring finger.
Complete thread -- s/l Y-outlet and caudad view? This is is for shoulder.
Complete thread -- s/l dr nodiah moroki - pedatrician in staten island
Complete thread -- right ring finger or fourth right digit, which is the same thing?
Complete thread -- is it on the right 4th finger?
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of an R4 mallet finger?
Complete thread -- ghost pills: the role of oral controlled-release formulations in the passage of empty inta
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- Patellar?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- i like this one.
Complete thread -- s/l "fellow" compression testing was mildly positive
Complete thread -- or unimaginable ?
Complete thread -- long shot, but "unmanageable" ?
Complete thread -- SM - I think she has the wrong word of intangible, but can't think of what it can be.
Complete thread -- Dulcolax (unless that is a typo). If you go by BOS, there is no space between
Complete thread -- might be Cubicin (antibiotic)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ??Developed??
Complete thread -- oncology, Dr. Mukhi and Dr. Sygaco, ______ progressive weakness
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- med s/l tu vah sin
Complete thread -- writhing?
Complete thread -- distress and *waiting* in pain, received
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "further substantiates this suspicion" not "for the etc"
Complete thread -- Near is modifying continous....not pain. Since continuous is
Complete thread -- ewww. I don't see that myself. "near-continuous" pain
Complete thread -- to substantiate this suspicion
Complete thread -- Suspicion of malignancy is low and negative bronchoscopy for the ____suspicion.
Complete thread -- I disagree - "continuous pain" can stand on its own, and "near" modifies it.
Complete thread -- In case U R interested found this YouTube on the Pain Arc Test and
Complete thread -- Seems yes. See link..paragraph that starts with Impingement?
Complete thread -- testing, *impingement to painful arc*
Complete thread -- near-continous (see link, page 93, adverb with participle or adjective section)
Complete thread -- I thought of that one, Stelazine, and antibiotics too. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with several sacs and disappearance also of FH"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- several ________ disappearance of FH
Complete thread -- not the blank but - discussed *with the patient* and she...
Complete thread -- with _____ appearance, also FH ??? (SM)
Complete thread -- This 26-year-old, para 1 was found to have missed abortion with ______. Risk, benefi
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- plane - An imaginary surface formed by extension through any axis of the body or through
Complete thread -- plane
Complete thread -- plain? Is that right in this sentence? It just looks funny...
Complete thread -- cetirizine?
Complete thread -- I think ok. attrition = gradual loss of.. found this sm
Complete thread -- nope, sorry can't find s/l trilazine, tried phonetic search drugs.com
Complete thread -- nope, wait, just re-read you want capsules
Complete thread -- I wonder if slurring first couple of letters= hydralazine?? for high bp
Complete thread -- History added here
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tube and it was present and it was inserted?
Complete thread -- request a prompt NG-tube _____ it was inserted.
Complete thread -- Had *attritional* pathologic acetabular fracture
Complete thread -- and trailed out laterally (? if the first word in sentence is "I", or something else?
Complete thread -- and carried out laterally is wht I hear
Complete thread -- and (something) out
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done and what is the sentence before this one?
Complete thread -- I went all the way up to xiphoid process ____ laterally on both sides. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- I think it is suppresive therapy
Complete thread -- it is limiting his
Complete thread -- transplant and is on s/l soo-press-ick therapy with tacrolimus. TIA!
Complete thread -- He is still fairly active but would like to repeat the procedure befor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- medially. There is better left lateral etc
Complete thread -- Isovue-M 200 initially injected with somewhat muscular spread pattern ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- long-term benefit, JMHO.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- seem to get any
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, he did not ____ any longterm benefit of his back and hi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Pepcid again
Complete thread -- The patient did receive IV Benadryl and ____ last injection because of ...
Complete thread -- and on that note, I'm going to bed. it's been a day. good luck on the word.
Complete thread -- I think we need a longer wav. at least 1 sentence worth.
Complete thread -- but highest does not make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "I guess." lol
Complete thread -- i am hearing "highest" degenerative ...
Complete thread -- Sid please upload your wav again. I didn't see your post and uploaded ...
Complete thread -- =)
Complete thread -- can you post a longer wav? it starts right at your blank.
Complete thread -- wav too short, starts right on the blank
Complete thread -- I am sorry. please upload you wav again. I didn't see your post. ...
Complete thread -- no wav or it doesn't play
Complete thread -- ______ degenerative disc disease of lumbar spine. ...
Complete thread -- no wav file there?
Complete thread -- This began to interfere in his activities of daily living and have (__________) whe
Complete thread -- does anyone know if there is any way to play WAV and MP3 links using Safari? I know
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Fluff to whoever wrote me the "Fluff to Q"
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I think that's okay. IMO
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Is comma needed here?
Complete thread -- I think we need to leave this with the understanding that
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. It was alendronate.
Complete thread -- Guidelines from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE), published in
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Tried that to no avail. Thanks though
Complete thread -- I am using IE since I have trouble hearing vfs with Firefox. Perhaps I need to update?
Complete thread -- I'd use a hyphen in "vancomycin-infused saline"
Complete thread -- ...eight 6-gauge wires over vancopace in each hemi-sternum... I agree w/ vancomycin paste
Complete thread -- s/l melinchenate for osteopenia or osteoporosis possibly
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yep, has to do with your browser. I have to use IE for work and so the 'balloons' work.
Complete thread -- at work I use IE and can hover and hear wavs, at home using Google Chrome I can do neither
Complete thread -- good catch!
Complete thread -- where is your 'vancopace" ? I dont see it in your post.
Complete thread -- UniVAD (univentricular assist device)
Complete thread -- no hyphen needed for reoperative and reopened. Levophed (unifed?)
Complete thread -- Something to do with the internet explorer update. Mine does the same thing.
Complete thread -- vanco(mycin) paste?
Complete thread -- Just a general question. I used to be able to hover over the message and was able to
Complete thread -- s/l*uni-fed* and *vancopace*
Complete thread -- Okay. True. May be faster to dictate but MD would probably like to see the expansion. Thx
Complete thread -- my employer will not allow slang, and wants it expanded to alkaline phosphatase
Complete thread -- blood test abbr. dictated 'alk phos'. Is this transcribed correct as is?
Complete thread -- Sounds better to me too - I was just kiddin about the Paddy O.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!! :) I was thinking he was using a combining vowel in there :)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. Was not sure if was using a combing vowel, saying chondral or condylar
Complete thread -- link for "that word"
Complete thread -- ?? meniscal condylar (found meniscocondylar on the PubMed site)
Complete thread -- meniscal or condylar?
Complete thread -- oh, thanks too for the reply.
Complete thread -- I hate to pad, but I changed it to Dr. X and Dr. Y. just sounds better IMO.
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I believe it is Drs. X and Y, but I usually do it Dr. X and Dr. Y.
Complete thread -- Doctors Nayer and Cherla - OR - Dr. Nayer and Dr. Cherla ?
Complete thread -- Again...though it's too late, where do you see that it's THE formula? It is A formula but
Complete thread -- yes, there IS a formula IQR/M, but where do you see that it equals the success rate?
Complete thread -- When I first posted I wasn't even thinking a specific
Complete thread -- Goodness me...typo threw (not through) !
Complete thread -- see link ... the formula is IQR/M...but I didn't HEAR 13% either...I heard
Complete thread -- tahnk you everyone!
Complete thread -- The math works, but I suggest you research and make sure that's the correct formula.
Complete thread -- yeah - I saw you beat me to it by a couple seconds.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Found it now too. :o)
Complete thread -- Benlysta
Complete thread -- Finally found it - benlysta
Complete thread -- wav now posted.
Complete thread -- After a few more listens, I'm inclined to agree w/poi that is sounds more like 30%.
Complete thread -- from the article I was reading, fibrosis is given a grade number so
Complete thread -- Medication that s/l 'ben-muh-sta' possibly for lupus.
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Other part of report mentions p.o. b.i.d. Wondering if MD made mistake dictatin
Complete thread -- could your "d" be "daily" -- p.o. daily?
Complete thread -- a good thought, but...
Complete thread -- CellCept 1000 mg s/l p.o.d.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, I would think 'normally hematoma' s/b 'normal hematoma'
Complete thread -- This would be consistent with absent or minimal fibrosis.
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- hmmmmm, that is a good point... Thank you Q!
Complete thread -- .8 divided by 5.8 is 13%...so wonder if saying 13%
Complete thread -- consistent with what? (sounds like 3% or 30%, could possibly narrow it down
Complete thread -- 20% is what I hear, but I'm not positive.
Complete thread -- a (some number) percent success rate ...could be 30%, but I'm not sure
Complete thread -- WAV is blank.
Complete thread -- Wonder if it might have been 'completely been displaced' ?
Complete thread -- 5.8 kPa with an interquartile range of 0.8 and that is a ___ success rate.
Complete thread -- BoS 2, page 181 (see link) 7-11/12-year-old. But I'm with 'o' and
Complete thread -- Of course, you may not be able to tell from complete report
Complete thread -- I think it should be expanded as it has several different meanings
Complete thread -- The problem is some people are required to follow BoS 2 (which
Complete thread -- thanks all for the help!
Complete thread -- or, immbolization such as no/limited physical activity.
Complete thread -- you can develop blood clots from long periods of sitting which can lead to PE
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- my guess is mobilization (moving around, as in physical activity) )
Complete thread -- immobilization
Complete thread -- mobilization or immobilization? pls sm
Complete thread -- what what was it, huh? secondary to (maybe)
Complete thread -- no, it said "screen for peripheral vascular disease" already, which ALE fits
Complete thread -- TACE= transcatheter arterial chemoembolization
Complete thread -- clearance for what kind of surgery, please?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- awesome! Thank you k j p n n k!
Complete thread -- I think so, now that you say it.
Complete thread -- anyone hear bilobar TACE?
Complete thread -- bilobar tests?
Complete thread -- bilobar ? TIPS?
Complete thread -- Doesn't BOS say no spaces in TMN staging?
Complete thread -- according to the BoS, no spaces or commas between TNM. T1cN1a
Complete thread -- Comma would be needed. No comma if Stage IIA breast cancer.
Complete thread -- He had ____ two months ago for multifocal HCC with a followup scan that was
Complete thread -- I think there is a space between T1c and N1a. Leave out comma after breast cancer.
Complete thread -- I think ok, process/difference between frozen section & paraffin
Complete thread -- Breast cancer, stage IIA, T1cN1a (Is this the correct format)? Thanks!
Complete thread -- Ahh, that might be it g a p j o jarterial (ALE/AUE) Examination
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- a GUESS "A (or a)LE testing as a screen",There is connection of PAD & lupus erythematosus
Complete thread -- If memory serves me correctly, someone just asked this not long ago (SM)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I'm guessing had some lower (extremity) procedure, but w/out more info, I'd not use it
Complete thread -- Since it is not a diagnosis or anything that could be confused with something else, I'd sa
Complete thread -- epinephrine 1:100,000 injected?
Complete thread -- Does ASAP need to be expanded under Impression/Assessment? Thaks
Complete thread -- Patient with hypertension and atrial fibrillation now complains of
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'd go with second choice nm
Complete thread -- depends on how your employer/client report guidelines if want " + or plus"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think I hear part but think it should be plus. Is that right? Urine today shows 3
Complete thread -- completely displaced?
Complete thread -- splint; one....or splint, one...??
Complete thread -- released the pt's tongue?
Complete thread -- I think you got it. He's pretty fast and the sound is kinda low.
Complete thread -- 1) was treated 2) fascia. After waiting for vasoconstriction, the
Complete thread -- Vasoconstriction of nose was treated with Afrin .. 2. fascia. After vasoconstriction,
Complete thread -- dissected from the fossa ____base of tongue. still something in there that I cant get.
Complete thread -- patient’s nose _____ with Afrin on pledgets AND cartilaginous fascia to _____ restric
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- dissected _____ base of tongue
Complete thread -- Bet she means "requirements."
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- the sustentaculum
Complete thread -- Please disregard. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- joint disarticulation racket incision (or racquet)? Does it matter?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- she says it so fast she makes it sound like perm'nin (permanent)
Complete thread -- permanent section
Complete thread -- specimens were saved for _____ section.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- The patient was meeting her physical therapy "regs."
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- fibro-osseous tunnel by ____. With the foot in
Complete thread -- I don't know the rule on this, but I do it the first way you have it.
Complete thread -- How do you type 7 and 11/12 year old boy? 7-11/12-year-old?
Complete thread -- patient with prior cardiac procedure pls see msg
Complete thread -- X-rays of pelvis and hip demonstrate hemiarthroplasty in good condition although
Complete thread -- ahh..good one.
Complete thread -- see link - about the 5th one down, PDF file
Complete thread -- ICP
Complete thread -- 1 x 1 piece but "own dura" makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- manometric something was found... can't get that 2nd word (starts with Iso?)
Complete thread -- attached to closed wall suction - is what I hear. (onto the ICU bed)
Complete thread -- The JP was _______ bulb suction
Complete thread -- The brain remained well relaxed at this point. The drain was opened and the _____ wa
Complete thread -- which was then tucked around the patient’s *own dura* in a circumferential fashion co
Complete thread -- The remainder of the specimens were saved for *clean* section.
Complete thread -- minimally invasive cardiac surgery (MICS) - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- She says it yet again. SM
Complete thread -- mitral valve replacement via s/l mix. Number next, history of mitral valve
Complete thread -- OMG Got it. Her accent was confusing me.
Complete thread -- sm Word on the tip of my tongue AGHHHHHH
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I had to go way lateral as the patient had a etc
Complete thread -- I raised the skin up to just underneath the umbilicus. I ____ as the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- But I do find hits referring to liposuction of abdomen and thorax..see link
Complete thread -- I can't hear well enough. Perhaps poi or someone else will listen. Sry
Complete thread -- Diagnosis is Unacceptable cosmetic appearance of breasts and abdomen. ...
Complete thread -- Wondering if it might be 'prolapse'. But want to know the next sentence just in case.
Complete thread -- Need to know EXACTLY what is the next sentence.
Complete thread -- Procedure: Liposuction of abdomen ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He will report .....also note s/b follow him (not them)
Complete thread -- He will report by phone
Complete thread -- The patient estimated his pain at 7/10 scale before the injection and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- of prep solution
Complete thread -- The patient was then de-draped, the skin was cleaned ____ solution, sm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- yup, like Q said...will be more efficacious
Complete thread -- be more efficacious
Complete thread -- will be more efficacious.
Complete thread -- He is getting incomplete relief of his back and leg pain and therefore ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "not holding suture"
Complete thread -- not holding sutures?
Complete thread -- He had a significant amount of poor infraspinatus tissue that we sacri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- I think is hear: migrated
Complete thread -- Yes, skate. See link, paragraph 4.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient had upon entrance in the joint severe synovitis, superior ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Severe massive left rotator cuff tear, biceps tendinitis, s ...
Complete thread -- I think he's saying skate, but I would like to check a bit further. What part of the body
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthesia was found to have some anterior superior ____ an ...
Complete thread -- It might be date, Thanks, ...
Complete thread -- Then dates makes sense...2004 and 2008
Complete thread -- Comes under PAST surgical history ...
Complete thread -- I think he's giving dates..laminectomy 2004 and fusion in 2008
Complete thread -- Is this supposed to be the name of the procedure?
Complete thread -- laminectomy in O4 ...
Complete thread -- I mean "oh 4" or "heard as oh 4" ?
Complete thread -- R U saying he is saying "in oh four" or "heard in oh four" ?
Complete thread -- Cervical laminectomy in ______ (s/l heard as O4) and fusion in ____ ( s/l heard O8).
Complete thread -- agree w/rheumatology/collagen vascular or connective tissue diseases, autoimmune disorder
Complete thread -- i just dont trust all the pubmed spelling, myself.
Complete thread -- YES!!! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- ??Fibrillar??
Complete thread -- Now it sounds like he's saying "fibb-u-lar"
Complete thread -- I'm assuming the Ligasure device
Complete thread -- What device?
Complete thread -- placed s/l*privular* coagulant product over the device and used Bovie electrocautery
Complete thread -- typo...I only wanted to type one 'many' (not many many)
Complete thread -- However, I many many PubMed articles showing it as one word, so
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- pain-free ....Merriam Websters does not recognize it as one word and
Complete thread -- painfree or pain-free
Complete thread -- then you should type 18th of 2014
Complete thread -- I'ma guess ankylosing spondylitis or maybe lupus.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will post when I find out.
Complete thread -- don't know either, but I'd think something rheumatological/collagen vascular???
Complete thread -- thanks. just a typo.
Complete thread -- Don't know answer to your question, but in case not a typo, s/b nucleolar (one 'r')
Complete thread -- If a person was CRP, ESR, ANA positive with no joint pain but a lot of muscle pain,
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- thank you Questyr!
Complete thread -- And a bit more context...like patient problem? where are we in the report?
Complete thread -- Need a s/l or a WAV
Complete thread -- after_____ to his medical preop evaluation
Complete thread -- that is following (close brackets) so presumably after 2007
Complete thread -- I think I hear: (indent indent hyphen) Propranolol prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- Impressive!
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- Got it!! Dr. Anz.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks or trying
Complete thread -- I dumped out twice, but WAV is blank.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Will use your suggestion. Sounds like it.
Complete thread -- Uncle. Sry.
Complete thread -- Endoscopy showed small varices (September 2007). - ____ prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- a prior procedure? but w/o more context that's just a wild guess based on s/l
Complete thread -- wow lb and I are far apart...I still hear "being multiply treated" but
Complete thread -- Not sure. I kind of hear 'multiply treated'. What is right before multiply? Do you hear
Complete thread -- another idea?
Complete thread -- I would want a WAV then on this one. I'm afraid there might be
Complete thread -- I hear "hoping to be" ??
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- multiply treated
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nothing...:(
Complete thread -- I would use SurgiStrip BJMO
Complete thread -- Anything in the report to indicate location of surgery?
Complete thread -- Patient with skin tag.
Complete thread -- ... The patient was _____ treated for rheumatoid arthritis..
Complete thread -- without a sound file to listen to, this would be near impossible to even
Complete thread -- missing word/s
Complete thread -- No mention, but I assume Florida/Alabama area. This doc keeps using so many doctor names..
Complete thread -- unclear word ? procedure
Complete thread -- Different sites have a doctor finder...so I don't know specifically
Complete thread -- Sorry for double post.
Complete thread -- Trying to search for Dr. name s/l Ants (Rheumatology) on DoctorFinder
Complete thread -- Trying to search for Dr. name s/l Ants (Rheumatology) on DoctorFinder
Complete thread -- Yes, it is CKD. Having such a hard time hearing acronyms correctly. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I agree. I can find some Google articles linking CKD s/m
Complete thread -- I can find nothing with either. Not even sure what CPB is supposed to be there.
Complete thread -- R U sure about those acronyms. Could U being hearing CKD?
Complete thread -- I feel silly...On the Google line if I just type in....malerb....it completes the
Complete thread -- I meant "which" acronym is correct.
Complete thread -- With acronym is correct according to context? Thanks.
Complete thread -- To find it...I put in Google some sound words....malar bar calcaneal osteotomy...and it
Complete thread -- Apparently Malerba...see link
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- I did the same thing but to no avail. Not sure what's wrong with me.
Complete thread -- I just used the same site, specialty Pulmonology and within radius of 100 miles of zip cod
Complete thread -- can't really document s/l malerba
Complete thread -- Help with newborn discharge summary pls sm
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Thanks Q
Complete thread -- I googled...pulmonologist Fort Walton Beach Fl then click on the white pages hit..doc
Complete thread -- My link is showing different area to me now, but did use FWB, FL originally
Complete thread -- I didn't google name, just general location
Complete thread -- Perhaps because I Googled Matesyk, specifcally in Ft. Walton.
Complete thread -- That has to be it. I tried similar spellings. Unsure why I did not find it. I tried Doctor
Complete thread -- Gerard A Matysik, DO
Complete thread -- Gerard Matysik ?
Complete thread -- A Dr. s/l "Mah-teh-sik" in Fort Walton Beach, FL (pulmonologist)
Complete thread -- I wondered if I heard that. Thanks
Complete thread -- Fleet enema
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I found Perjeta for treatment of HER2 breast cancer see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear: I wonder if ascitic fluid contains blood.
Complete thread -- Always give us whatever precedes and follows a s/l.
Complete thread -- I wonder if ______ fluid contains blood.
Complete thread -- gutta=drop see OneLook link
Complete thread -- breast ca treated with Herceptin, s/l fragetta.
Complete thread -- Thank you for your reply. MD dictated 'the 18th of 2014. Perhaps same month he mentioned
Complete thread -- Timolol... S/l 1 goot in each eye at bedtime.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe meaning "tipped uterus" ? but what is date of 18/2014?
Complete thread -- Will turn in now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Wav file posted now. Thanks
Complete thread -- That's what I hear: ..lab error. (period)
Complete thread -- She underwent anesthesia for "tip" repair on 18/2014.
Complete thread -- a lab error?
Complete thread -- reflects real drop or _____. She has no gross
Complete thread -- I hear no other degeneration....
Complete thread -- Care was taken to ensure all bony fragments and loose pieces of synovi ...
Complete thread -- Stapes: Wrapped-around scar tissue, but...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Also, a soft tissue and granulation tissue type of abnormal tissue was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I understand what he says, but not how he wants it done. What
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't get that one~ tried and failed
Complete thread -- Also, a soft tissue and granulation tissue type of tissue ____ tissue ...
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- I am concerned because I would think it would be the
Complete thread -- tissue, but present and mobile, with a round window membran
Complete thread -- but present....(if this is talking about the ear)
Complete thread -- Findings: Stapes wrapped around scar tissue ____ and mobile with roun ...
Complete thread -- Glad U were still around.
Complete thread -- I agree with you Q, I think he is stuttering. I don't hear "edges"
Complete thread -- I don't think edges would make sense. Perhaps poi or any other
Complete thread -- i am hearing round "edges in the" Xeroform gauze ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I THINK he's saying "a round of Xeroform gauze"...see link...for
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Could we hear a larger clip, maybe one sentence before and after the s/l...it helps
Complete thread -- After this was done then the round ____ Xeroform gauze was prepared ...
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- leukocyte esterase? see link
Complete thread -- I find a fan retractor/elevator see link ...see what you think ...wonder
Complete thread -- urinalysis revealed positive s/l LE
Complete thread -- Escription file, wave file is online..
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- No it sounds like fanned tail elevator.
Complete thread -- periosteal elevator?
Complete thread -- S/L (Fanned tail) elevator, help needed
Complete thread -- I believe point was, not to assume and not change/reword reports
Complete thread -- I would like to further the discussion..starting with your thought that
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- I disagree. The first line of message reads "she was born..." The
Complete thread -- depends on your employer wants, not all the same for sure, it's called sm.
Complete thread -- Since he chose to use those words, I would give him them if your
Complete thread -- I disagree; too ify to assume was the infant.I would rewind, relisten, go as dictated. sm
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- This is too late, but because it seems important to mention, I will bring
Complete thread -- weeks' gestation
Complete thread -- check a dictionary
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ?MAPs ...plural of mean arterial pressure?...see link
Complete thread -- I had the opportunity to speak to the neonatologist, and her *s/l maps* were normal.
Complete thread -- epiphora ....see link
Complete thread -- Found it - epiphora
Complete thread -- I had a discussion with her regarding the possibility of s/l aperiphera
Complete thread -- ops, read it wrong, means "signs of"(tho not listed/mentioned) such as BB suggested
Complete thread -- I've had one say that before -only to come back on the next report and say "oops, on that
Complete thread -- love that guy, sounds real, realistic with mostly happy feelings
Complete thread -- we have no way to tell what you hear without posting a wav file sm
Complete thread -- sure does make sense. Try google.com next time + put in your term pul. edema
Complete thread -- Short for giant potentials. The sentence needs to be changed from was to were.
Complete thread -- From EMG "there was some s/l scattered giants also on the right triceps"
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- That does s/l it will be interesting!
Complete thread -- you know the dictation you are about to type will be interesting when the doc opens
Complete thread -- It could...see link....see section Long-Term Chronic Pulmonary Edema Symptoms
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Just says pulmonary. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- clubbing or edema?
Complete thread -- Extremities exhibit no evidence of pulmonary edema. ? pulmonary? TIA!
Complete thread -- sorry it should be creatine kinase
Complete thread -- Creatinine kinase 1881, is it okay.
Complete thread -- Yes...thanks!
Complete thread -- ?amlodipine (next numberrr..rramlodipine)
Complete thread -- s/l ren-low-duh-pin 10 mg daily. TIA!
Complete thread -- close as I can find Alvesco (ciclesonide) prevent asthma attacks in
Complete thread -- passing along QA inhouse if live in area of Diamond Bar California
Complete thread -- pls help - pneumonia & COPD
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Means that it was removed from the operative field...handed off...usually
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation, "the right ovarian fallopian tube was grasped and clamped..." /sm
Complete thread -- annul, what is it?
Complete thread -- I hear calcium carbonate 1500 mg., Levemir 132 units
Complete thread -- I bet that is IT "RT" just found too Pulmozyme (dornase alfa); (Centerwatch.com)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- not able to catch the dosages
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ooooh...I bet this is it. Used with other medicines to treat cystic fibrosis.
Complete thread -- Vimpat?
Complete thread -- s/l zin-pat for seizures TIA!
Complete thread -- dornase alfa? (mucolytic agent)
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- Moving on. My sound alike is so poor, no one could get this. I
Complete thread -- some? penetration or aspiration
Complete thread -- cystic fibrosis and pancreatic insufficiency - sounds like tornisalpa but really
Complete thread -- Oregon dunes
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing this correctly
Complete thread -- post wav? or flag for QA or I lean more toward amorphous (calcified) per "long shot 7" sm
Complete thread -- must be your search engine, google had PediNeb™ Pediatric Nasal Aerosol Pacifier sm
Complete thread -- I googled and came upon "empyema of the gallbladder" ...see link, but don't use it unless
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Nothing comes to mind. One thing U might do is
Complete thread -- unclear word
Complete thread -- got it... various and sundry
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ... supine position, placed in a semi-reclining position.
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained, the patient was brought into the ...
Complete thread -- Invotec Web Catalog 2013.pdf ...
Complete thread -- Breathe-Easy Nasal Splint ...
Complete thread -- Great. What was the final spelling for the archives.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- 8 cm
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble confirming spelling. I can't get into the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- At this point, ____ Merocel nasal tampons which had been further trimm ...
Complete thread -- the Breathe-Easy Doyle ...let me check spelling
Complete thread -- At this point, ____ Doyle silastic splints were placed into the patien ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Section heading is actually "Resection of Cartilage and Bone"
Complete thread -- Oh anak! I keep forgetting to add the link. Here it is
Complete thread -- D knife (see link, Section called "Correction of the Deviation" also found in archives
Complete thread -- made with a Dee knife (but let me confirm spelling)
Complete thread -- Once the flap was carefully raised with great care taken to avoid rent ...
Complete thread -- Prolenes is still correct, but my example given was not. When
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-) ...
Complete thread -- U gave me a smile because I always mixed up plural and pleural too..even
Complete thread -- Yes. Just like saying I took 4 Tylenols.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Can we write it in pleural form Prolenes? ...
Complete thread -- Prolenes (meaning Prolene sutures)
Complete thread -- Minimal amount of deep buried sutures were placed in order to decrease ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Docs can't spell...see link..appears to be Antia-Buch
Complete thread -- he says it then spells it then says it ....antibuck.....let me go look it up
Complete thread -- Radical resection of keloid of bilateral superior helix and antihelix ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- There is also a word, pemphigoid, but since pemphigous is in the
Complete thread -- but adjective is pemphigous per OneLook
Complete thread -- pemphigus? see link
Complete thread -- to treat the vein
Complete thread -- ?amorphous
Complete thread -- Brain CT revealed an s/l am-vuh-gus hyperdense calcified mass TIA!
Complete thread -- The sclerosing agent was used to inject with a 30-gauge needle and mag ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions!
Complete thread -- If can't post a voice file, I would definitely flag.nm
Complete thread -- Oh, on the MT911 link the menu at the left has direct sample reports click
Complete thread -- Post voice file?? No NUS branch that I know of, UR hearing tail end of a word
Complete thread -- Go to google, enter the name of any surgery, then type sample report...also
Complete thread -- just got it... Aldomet :)
Complete thread -- unable to catch med name
Complete thread -- Cardiac Cath s/L cornoseo-annulus branch
Complete thread -- Need a crash course/good reference sites for ortho and ENT surgery. TIA!
Complete thread -- yes it does!
Complete thread -- makes sense to me "does not "narrow" her official diagnosis (i.e., rule in or out)
Complete thread -- yep, I heard 30 to 35 incisions too. (does sound like a lot huh)
Complete thread -- I believe dictator indicating type of ground grade, level, bumpy, gravel, etc
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- try again see link
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Yes. I did check at google. I'll post a link in a second.
Complete thread -- I have never typed this type of procedure before, nor this doc... does that seem normal?
Complete thread -- ?? about 30 to 35 incisions were made??
Complete thread -- ??and the varicose vein was marked??
Complete thread -- wav blank 1, MP3 blank 2
Complete thread -- Yes, of course thanks for reminder.
Complete thread -- Brand names: Nyamyc, Nystop, Pedi-Dri
Complete thread -- right, not cap'd. nystatin is the generic name.
Complete thread -- right, no comma and not capitalized either (I don't think) - nystatin swish and swallow
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- Nystatin, swish and swallow or Nystatin swish and swallow??
Complete thread -- awww...thanks :)
Complete thread -- Glad you're there too!
Complete thread -- But I'm glad you're out there for the next one.
Complete thread -- I have never heard of tihis. Phew! I am done for today. Thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- agree D-dimer
Complete thread -- D-dimer
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Hi, poi. Thanks. I listened for 'annul' but it is 'narrow.'
Complete thread -- wav isn't there anymore...how about annul?
Complete thread -- No wav there now, or I'd listen in too.
Complete thread -- Wanted U to realize that so far U have only had one opinion. U may want more.
Complete thread -- Just so you know, Questyr=Q (I post my full name so I can
Complete thread -- Thanks, guys, for listening and confirming.
Complete thread -- And further reassured that we still are. :)
Complete thread -- Darn my typos..and therefore 'does not narrow'
Complete thread -- I SEEM to hear narrow too, but I'm sometimes affected by what
Complete thread -- We had been posting simultaneously, but when I saw your post I felt
Complete thread -- I have posted the wav now. Thanks. Now it s/l "narrow" to me.
Complete thread -- me too - that's how I had it below too.
Complete thread -- Just out of curiosity, what is her official diagnosis?
Complete thread -- It doesn't really work for me...BJMO
Complete thread -- Anneal correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- oooh...wonder if this is it!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops ...mean use semicolon and comma (not colon)
Complete thread -- Then I would give him what he said, but use the semicolon and colon as we've indicated..I
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot, Q.
Complete thread -- I can't get #3
Complete thread -- he says (period). (paragraph) Massive ischemic
Complete thread -- base excess paragraph ??
Complete thread -- #1 with a base excess
Complete thread -- midpiece defects?
Complete thread -- I just listened again, and MD clearly dictates 'has'.
Complete thread -- showed portal vein gas
Complete thread -- eh, eh, portal vein gas ???
Complete thread -- 3?s
Complete thread -- I don't know....lol, he's weird sometimes!! I left it as is, presume she fell in a hole in
Complete thread -- Found description on googling that inflammatory arthritis is
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I would think "Tp has a negative ANA; on repeat, positive ANA and etc" Tho I'm
Complete thread -- That makes more sense. Last word is hard to hear due to interruption, but
Complete thread -- CAT scan showed ______ She had emergency exploratory
Complete thread -- negative ANA; on repeat, positive ANA and negative..
Complete thread -- Is punctuation correct in this sentence? Thanks. Seems to contradict. (ANA)
Complete thread -- yepper
Complete thread -- agree, either 9421 or maybe even listen for 5421?
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- had met some kind of factor?
Complete thread -- I've never hear of SGPT given with decimal points...sm
Complete thread -- agree if TIMI sounds like tim eee) TIMI = thrombolysis in myocardial infarction
Complete thread -- SGPT *(says) 9 4 2 1 so is that 94.21, and SGOT (says 2 thousand...) 2298
Complete thread -- I agree - unless you're in southern Colorado and pt is referring to the natl park.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- that link doesn't work, nm
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Presumably relieved himself.
Complete thread -- curious though, if it had worked the first time he took it, what would he have done alone?
Complete thread -- Oooh..even closer to s/l
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Sounds killer, dude.
Complete thread -- no cap. just generic sand dunes
Complete thread -- sand dunes
Complete thread -- a 10-year (risk) score
Complete thread -- Or ?TIMI risk?
Complete thread -- Click on link, then click on TIMI risk score to see what factors they use.
Complete thread -- ?TIMI? see link
Complete thread -- Atypical chest pain with a ** tinyer ** score of 0.
Complete thread -- I have no idea what he means. Was there a person in the
Complete thread -- No question. Voice wrecogition transcribed trochlear groove as killer groove. VBG
Complete thread -- I would guess meadow scenario is ok, to me nm
Complete thread -- cold knife cone biopsy (conization) surgery to remove a sample
Complete thread -- Meadow scenario?? S.m. He can express things weirdly, maybe means was walking in a
Complete thread -- thanks - heard that too but wasn't sure
Complete thread -- agree, is the stealing of blood from forearm arteries (steal phenomenon)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- my pc can't open, not sure will help, but click open and look
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, there is-, dextrose 10 % in water (D10W) intravenous
Complete thread -- if this post goes with post below (labral repair) bet subacromially is IT yep
Complete thread -- fertility help please?!!
Complete thread -- the little word between was femoral, not sure how it fits unless artery graft sm
Complete thread -- subcrhomally - subacromially
Complete thread -- happy halloween eee, going to an a adult costume party wheee
Complete thread -- Velpeau bandage - (common)serves to immobilize arm to chest wall, with the forearm
Complete thread -- well, maybe not... I see it for people too. interesting
Complete thread -- ack, eek, thinking one word, typed other one, I meant "WITH"
Complete thread -- listen for Velcro instead of Velpeau (I see that for animals?)
Complete thread -- addendum may also hear soaker catheter sm
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- why?
Complete thread -- a #18 spinal needle....
Complete thread -- there is something between topaz and micro - can you hear it
Complete thread -- s/l sub crhomally=subcutaneous (generally place at incision site)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- three ?S
Complete thread -- cannot find PediNeb or pedi-Neb or any variation of that on the TESS (US Trademark) site
Complete thread -- I'd take out "loose"
Complete thread -- The On-Q pain *sub crhomally* pump catheter, 100 cc pump, 0.25% Marcaine plain.
Complete thread -- After thorough irrigation *with* of loose fragmentation, good relief
Complete thread -- probably meant in generic terms pedi(pediatric) mask but here is link
Complete thread -- Same for second blank (don't know if it's IV PN or IVPN)
Complete thread -- IV PN (parenteral nutrition)?
Complete thread -- microalbumin sm
Complete thread -- Topaz micro(debrider)?
Complete thread -- _____ labral repair
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- wasting and is on _______ plus she eats a snack
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i used bone
Complete thread -- pedi-mask? pedi mask? or pediatric mask? no slang allowed. Cannot find if TM
Complete thread -- I have no idea how that posted twice, sorry!!
Complete thread -- I am finding a D10, which I myself have never heard before, I have only typed D5 before.
Complete thread -- I am finding a D10, which I myself have never heard before, I have only typed D5 before.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wasting and is on *IV 10* 306 plus she eats a snack
Complete thread -- No joint or *ball*pain and no edema. Medications remain the same.
Complete thread -- inlet lap band? (band around inlet of stomach)
Complete thread -- entered, 4 (referring to balloon)
Complete thread -- entered?? 4??
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- steal
Complete thread -- fair
Complete thread -- *Steal or steel* left brachiocephalic AV fistula
Complete thread -- returned to recovery room in _____ condition
Complete thread -- Inlet of "Ben" ? EGD for lap band patient.
Complete thread -- again!
Complete thread -- Note the name is trademarked as RAPID3 (no space). Fell on that
Complete thread -- I looked it up at OneLook and the various definitions of
Complete thread -- was just questioning coned* part, always he says cone. thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes. A usable back formation. See link. They do a cold knife cone biopsy.
Complete thread -- Pelvic: cervix was cold knife coned. Healing appropriately. tx.
Complete thread -- Oh thank you for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I'm stumped.
Complete thread -- NM. Really is RAPID 3.
Complete thread -- O2 saturation 98% on room air, s/l rapid 3 of 8. TIA!!
Complete thread -- Granted, docs will pronounce it any way they want, I thought
Complete thread -- Although Merriam Webster pronounces xi as zigh..so maybe
Complete thread -- Although Merriam Websters
Complete thread -- Can anyone hazard a guess how to pronounce this one..I had no
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It is also associated with nausea, etc
Complete thread -- It is now daily to any food but is worse with fatty foods ____ nausea, ...
Complete thread -- The list in the link is good...but make sure to keep scrolling down
Complete thread -- here is a link on eye abrev and you can find other one at google.com +eye abbreviations
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing new one for me. maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein (MSAFP ..nm
Complete thread -- Think U mean bone-patellar tendon-bone graft (U have an extra hyphen).
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Nothing clearly jumping out at me. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- wonder if stumbled repeating/restart) extra word "tendon" in there?
Complete thread -- So sorry for the post and run. Something came up. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- I thinnk low dose radiation mammogram would fit
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I checked the archives...only s/l possibilities were bilateral or prior
Complete thread -- New FDA Xigduo XR (dapagliflozin and metformin diabetes type 2
Complete thread -- New FDA Sotylize (sotalol hydrochloride) ventricular arrhythmia, atrial fib &
Complete thread -- New FDA Trumenba (meningococcal group B vaccine)
Complete thread -- ??bilateral??
Complete thread -- s/l by-low mammograms TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks again. Moving on.
Complete thread -- Sry then. Would suggest you flag if no one comes up with a good
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. No prior sentence, just heading. Plan:
Complete thread -- will flag. thanks
Complete thread -- ..., despite history of prior septoplasty, ___ anterior position(s)....
Complete thread -- I think a word is missing somewhere and that it might
Complete thread -- Wrong. Found lab link shows it is one. Sry.
Complete thread -- Think comma needed after EBV as EBV and viral capsid antigen (VCA) two
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b Veress needle (confirmed in archives thru Vera Pyle's
Complete thread -- Typo s/b Too late (not To late)
Complete thread -- To late and not your s/l...but s/b critical view of safety (not 50) see link
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Good going...that was a tough one. Thank you for letting us know.
Complete thread -- also caught an error on checking... stop not stopped :)
Complete thread -- just got it :) MSAFP
Complete thread -- any guesses that may point me in right direction?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- cap neurology in this instance or not?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- I'm worried there may be a misspeak and that he MEANS
Complete thread -- Surgical plan is for patellar tendon-bone tendon-bone graft. TIA!
Complete thread -- fluff to poi and o
Complete thread -- oh, maybe it's fever wuth negative
Complete thread -- favorable ____???
Complete thread -- A little more history please. Could pt have Dengue fever?
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I don't see any comment about PRP, so will mention it is okay
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- NM Ultrabraid
Complete thread -- Will finally turn in to QA. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Rotator cuff repair - side-to-side s/l all-tuh-raid sutures TIA!
Complete thread -- Seems now that he says NVE twice in that sentence, each pronounced a little differently at
Complete thread -- NVE is correct. I Googled 'flat NVE.' Not 100% on the other one though.
Complete thread -- Finally someone answering. All I know is that pt has epimacular proliferation. Trying to
Complete thread -- found neovascularization elsewhere, NVE, in cases of diabetic retinopathy?
Complete thread -- I have 'MPE' = maximum permissible exposure, I assume...
Complete thread -- Wav posted. Are acronyms correct?
Complete thread -- here is a link to the markers if you are interested. Very common
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Also I would think post debriding or post debridement IMO
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- found on old reports breast cancer/radiation history..blank is prior radiation
Complete thread -- prior valley fever, thrombocytopenia, splenectomy, _________ therapy, hysterectomy,
Complete thread -- Oh my goodness! Yes, thank you for that!
Complete thread -- Warning-be prepared for surgical photos (in case U get squeamish).
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. Got a nice laugh when I was
Complete thread -- sounds like something he personally uses ?
Complete thread -- Also, I think you may be hearing (see message)
Complete thread -- doc says, please refer to my "PMHRR" sheet under review of systems. sm tia
Complete thread -- dox-AY-zoe-sin is the preferred pronunciation
Complete thread -- I was editing for someone and fixed that..thank you!
Complete thread -- It was dental rolls...Thank you
Complete thread -- R U sure about "extension hood"...think it s/b extensor hood...see link
Complete thread -- but, remember, not all doctors pronounce things the right way, just like they can't spell
Complete thread -- Wonder if saying "gut panels" ..the search I did started with
Complete thread -- tubular rolls?
Complete thread -- We placed a Xeroform dressing down using two "dinner rolls" to tie the second toe in
Complete thread -- thank you Poi!
Complete thread -- perils improved with her joints?
Complete thread -- she told me that her gut ___ improvement with her joints and rather than em
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- No, but thanks, O. Accent is on the "size" portion.
Complete thread -- doxazosin?
Complete thread -- s/l sock-size-a-sin (list of drugs) Any ideas? Patient with HTN, CKD.
Complete thread -- take the time to see him about... (I don't hear 'understand' in there)
Complete thread -- I flagged, had a stat I had to get to.
Complete thread -- agree, though I can't get what she said. free?(wav disappeared)
Complete thread -- take the time to ?? but then I hear understand too. Hmmm... sorry!
Complete thread -- I do not think so. She changes her mind. She says create with the first, but not sure of
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ? not take, try to understand?
Complete thread -- create
Complete thread -- I would appreciate it if you could take____about the im
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- wav file, she does rephrase and I cannot catch what she ends up with.
Complete thread -- I'm just glad that I don't work for any accounts that have such odd rules and I can use
Complete thread -- no. i figured that's what she meant, i'll have to flag it..
Complete thread -- hahaha-2
Complete thread -- sure sounds like she says trochanter, but doesn't she mean "trocar"??
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- just tried sending a WAV, not sure if it loaded properly.
Complete thread -- hahaha
Complete thread -- I can't make that word work there but can't think of what they might be saying. got a
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- Trying to confirm the use of the work trochanter in this context
Complete thread -- thank you. I was leaning towards that, but became uncertain
Complete thread -- GU
Complete thread -- great! thanks for the input - have a good day
Complete thread -- what ROS heading would you put "positive for prostatism" under? We have to put under
Complete thread -- two things...
Complete thread -- reminds of the post the other day where "BDIs" was really "beady eyes"
Complete thread -- Since there is text separating the numbers, no need to spell out unless account
Complete thread -- I wouldn't think so - I spell it out in that case so it is not mixed up with suture size.
Complete thread -- 3rd procedure in a series or "Thee" procedure is right knee..etc
Complete thread -- numbers question, plse sm
Complete thread -- S/l 3 procedrue is Right knee arthrotomy
Complete thread -- S/l 3
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- dang...I wasn't the OP on this post.
Complete thread -- should there be hyphens? 60 plus percent improved
Complete thread -- geez, not sure how I missed that. Guess I better slow down. thanks lb
Complete thread -- OP has partial thickness tear - ?
Complete thread -- not suggesting you put in tear, just listen for.
Complete thread -- another comma after shoulder and tendon. It also seeems like you are missing
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for that.
Complete thread -- Do I have this punctuated correctly
Complete thread -- for 30 minutes...
Complete thread -- glad you found it
Complete thread -- I have to write this down. Second time it's stumped me. Shame on me. Thiersch-Duplay.
Complete thread -- By the way, it's all urethral (the ureteral is incorrect). Thanks.
Complete thread -- It's pretty bad audio, so it could be, but I can't hear it. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Interesting.. thanks :-)
Complete thread -- silly me..I was all wrapped up in the lab test results. Thanks
Complete thread -- hehehe...sorry. I see you did.
Complete thread -- Hey O...listen to me please!
Complete thread -- Healthy habits.
Complete thread -- from your post, he actually could have a BB (from a gun) that he
Complete thread -- tubularized incised plate urethroplasty (TIP)?
Complete thread -- Okay... Thank you!
Complete thread -- single-stage s/l peers to plate urethroplasty
Complete thread -- as an x-ray tech (I know this) we often place a BB on the skin
Complete thread -- I'd think if he is calling it a BB it would be spelled BB like a BB.
Complete thread -- I know what a BB gun is. This isn't from a BB gun. Doc is describing a cyst-like bump in
Complete thread -- BB guns are a type of air gun designed to shoot spherical projectiles called BBs ...
Complete thread -- The examination shows a little s/l bb in the webspace on the right between the
Complete thread -- posted mp3
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you!
Complete thread -- sounds like L D habits?
Complete thread -- Livalo?
Complete thread -- Doctor with accent. The patient was unable to tolerate
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- was screened or scanned in normal fashion? cripes, this guy is just a mess.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Remainder of bladder _____ fashion. The bladder has a good capacity
Complete thread -- prostatic urethra was obstructed, *mainly at the lateral lower* prostatic tissue
Complete thread -- Endobag™
Complete thread -- and then removed through the...
Complete thread -- There is no - in 0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- subcutaneous 4-0 Monocryl
Complete thread -- electrocautery, placed in the endobag, and then moved through the ..
Complete thread -- with running subcutaneous ______ 0 Monocryl sutures
Complete thread -- electrocautery placement ____ through the umbilical port.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- upwards ... .. neck was retraced downwards (?) ...
Complete thread -- ... Verres needle in the umbilical port, that was then replaced. .. all I could catch
Complete thread -- retracted up ____ Calot’s triangle AND cystic artery and was identified ____ gallbla
Complete thread -- draping in usual fashion, ____ umbilical port that was then
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sure, volar side as opposed to ulnar side
Complete thread -- well, just capsid in your case.
Complete thread -- EBV viral capsid antigen
Complete thread -- I trended her EBV s/l capsule antigen, IgG antibody as well as
Complete thread -- If you've never worked for a podiatrist, you may not hear the "sub" since they are usually
Complete thread -- *volar* flexor tendon
Complete thread -- it is Tudorza
Complete thread -- Have to add that to my expander. I did not have it either.
Complete thread -- got it, Tudorza
Complete thread -- There is something called Turdoza for bronchospasm? Let me double check the spelling
Complete thread -- got it, turdoza
Complete thread -- rx list s/l tordoza or chordoza..
Complete thread -- I am sorry. No colon after labrum in second option. Please read in con ...
Complete thread -- Arthroscopic Findings: 1. Glenohumeral joint: Extensive synovitis ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- They didn't hear "sub" at all and just put "second MP joint." They're incorrect.
Complete thread -- I know what you mean. :) and yw
Complete thread -- something so small makes me think over and over LOL. Thank you Q
Complete thread -- Oh, now I see what you mean. I would use there for
Complete thread -- I would give him what he said.
Complete thread -- sm would you change the there for to therefore? To me, both contexts could make sens
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- negative?
Complete thread -- why don't they ask the doctor to explain what he is saying?
Complete thread -- ?neck? see link
Complete thread -- Chest CT: fractures of right lateral ribs and left rib s/l nex. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes. TYSM!
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- ?calvarial?
Complete thread -- Brain CT: Radiodensity anterior to frontal sinuses w/o s/l cal-vee-ler pathology TIA!
Complete thread -- Sorry...wrong link...I did so many of them. Here's the one with "beneath the"
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The best I can do is a bit protracted explanation. Merriam Webster
Complete thread -- could it be referencing left for left knee?
Complete thread -- TKA revision...components include: Triathlon s/l lift or leftsize 2 femoral component
Complete thread -- Sub second MPJ reference? QA is asking :(
Complete thread -- Glad you flagged. We didn't have much to go on and it is international.
Complete thread -- ok...thank you very much
Complete thread -- see link...seems possible
Complete thread -- does have anxiety/depression, but I am going to flag it. Posted
Complete thread -- Possible. See link, paragraph 3.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Procedure: Insertion of *2-lead* spinal cord stimulator ...
Complete thread -- I does s/l Sinogan to me, and it is available in Mexico and
Complete thread -- Clopidogrel, sertraline, tamsulosin, simvastatin, aspirin, _________.
Complete thread -- I actually thought it might have been Zonegran but PMH did not support it
Complete thread -- Had some time and found a med called Sinogan, not available
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wasn't even close.
Complete thread -- the ER doctor tried to transfer the pt to another facility in the inpatient psych unit
Complete thread -- No. In the blank following "patient to another facility"
Complete thread -- huh? Not sure where you are hearing that..Where the OP hears inpt psych unit?
Complete thread -- For #3 I THINK I hear "because the hip (something..?had been) fractured" ..Can anyone
Complete thread -- #2 is "inpatient psych unit" :) thank you! :) your "inpatient" is what I needed to hear it
Complete thread -- I am saying the doctor used the wrong word. Doctors do
Complete thread -- just knowing I am not the only one who is struggling to understand this gibberish is help
Complete thread -- #1 disposition?? #2 in the inpatient _____??
Complete thread -- NEW WAV posted
Complete thread -- thanks so much for that. :( I have more blanks just stacking up. Pulling my hair out now
Complete thread -- no comma between chronic neck pain secondary to herniated...
Complete thread -- Are you suggesting the OP type something other than what was dictated?
Complete thread -- haha...I saw on the first line of message anterior-inferior labrum...
Complete thread -- it is not my night :(
Complete thread -- good idea :)
Complete thread -- I was just giving results of exact phrase "anterior-inferior capsule"
Complete thread -- thanks so much for your help. I think I am going to send to QA since I now have more
Complete thread -- In terms of labratory parameters, ______ is improved.
Complete thread -- anteroinferior labrum *20* PubMed, anterior inferior labrum *6*
Complete thread -- posted MP3 for next set of blanks
Complete thread -- I must disagree. OneLook indicates "pinch" (the noun) is the
Complete thread -- #1 that was treated ______??
Complete thread -- new WAV posted for new first 2 blanks
Complete thread -- :( I myself struggle ALOT and work twice the amount of hours as I should be just to make
Complete thread -- found this in archives "brady down" in Stedman's Cardio/Pulm. (nm)
Complete thread -- I only use back formations of words when I MUST...if you
Complete thread -- new dictators are so tough for me, I don't know how you guys do it all the time.
Complete thread -- bradying - is it okay?
Complete thread -- agree - 'pincher' sounds good to me if that's what you hear... sm
Complete thread -- thank you, I can now hear that :) I am still drowning in report with more blanks :(
Complete thread -- #1 - in terms of
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- 2 blanks so far. First time typing this guy
Complete thread -- I did, but had no luck
Complete thread -- When full 3 words used 4 PubMed articles show with the hyphen, 1 article
Complete thread -- have s/b happen
Complete thread -- Q - did you have to listen to this one?
Complete thread -- Believe it should be pinch strength in this context. see link...I
Complete thread -- though logically (to me) pincher, the stength that you need to pinch something,
Complete thread -- google seems to divert to pincer and the archives here seem to
Complete thread -- s/l pincher strength?
Complete thread -- depends on what the lab uses. The normal range for D-dimer is less than 0.5 micrograms pe
Complete thread -- D-dimer 2036.
Complete thread -- Did you post a wav file? If not, you need to flag.
Complete thread -- THE PATIENT HAS ALLERGY TO __________.
Complete thread -- with hyphens
Complete thread -- oriented or admitted? I have no idea what your question is.
Complete thread -- Clopidogrel, sertraline, tamsulosin, simvastatin, aspirin, _________.
Complete thread -- how about anteroinferior?
Complete thread -- anterior inferior or anterior-inferior?
Complete thread -- She was oriented to North Austin Medical Center in 2014 ____ her home address.
Complete thread -- metastases...almost always
Complete thread -- Dictated as: She was found to have a CNS metastas_s as well as pulmona ...
Complete thread -- if they were talking about a single pulmonary nodule, or single anywhere,
Complete thread -- since 2 places, I would use metastases. As far as a rule, my
Complete thread -- CNS AND PULMONARY (metastasis or metastases)
Complete thread -- Wow g a p j o j you are awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- it'd be better for all of us if you were really mov'en on.
Complete thread -- serous ooze
Complete thread -- There is a small amount of ___ from his most posterior top suture
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- and I really meant to use the :) and missed and it came out :0 instead. but
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- thanks so much.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pass the bonbons.
Complete thread -- chalazion
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- oh sh*t ---
Complete thread -- or cholecalciferol
Complete thread -- Personally I would put product name.
Complete thread -- probably cholecalciferol (vitamin D3)
Complete thread -- What to fill in the blank?
Complete thread -- med s/l polyociferol
Complete thread -- sorry, Q was correct smsg
Complete thread -- so need to put product name or company name in the blank? ...
Complete thread -- I note they registered it as xltek (lowercase)
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- From the trademark site the product is XLTEK and the owner is Excel Tech Ltd..I would
Complete thread -- Excel-Tech, Corp (XLTEK) is a medical technology company that designs, develops and sells
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- XL TEK system or Excel-Tech system
Complete thread -- Must be...
Complete thread -- an abbreviated course ??
Complete thread -- Radiation..ESL
Complete thread -- - fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to anon & poi
Complete thread -- forgot my comma after again.
Complete thread -- thank you. Again differential etiologies for elevated PSA which
Complete thread -- unless it does not mean that at all and is referring to the degree of severity of the
Complete thread -- differential given for s/l. nevermind, mov'en on
Complete thread -- differential diagnosis is what my suggestion was based on
Complete thread -- yes, he changes that first part later in the dictation
Complete thread -- There is no reference to CBC differential.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- how does CBC differential fit
Complete thread -- I don't understand your question.
Complete thread -- wha? huh PSA cancer
Complete thread -- Also found this...see message
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I went with verbatim as dictated. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- Think it would be 994 ...see link
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file, can't assume, flag or go as dictated
Complete thread -- Am I supposed to assume he means 994 mg/g, which equates to 0.994? nm tia
Complete thread -- Clear as a bell now. Thanks
Complete thread -- regular visits?
Complete thread -- refusing rehab resources but will involve social worker. Suggested ...
Complete thread -- blood work every 3 months with her regular ______.
Complete thread -- oops...meant urine. typo. nm
Complete thread -- I hear cannabis, rule out dependence. Then Axis II - Deferred-personality disorder, NOS
Complete thread -- urin microalbumin is "994". Pt. with CKD III and diabetic nephropathy. tia nm
Complete thread -- The patient is psychiatrically stable, refusing _____ sources, _______ social
Complete thread -- Deferred. ______ disorder NOS.
Complete thread -- I heard toward (he breaks it up to-o-ward)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i heard "threw it at the dishes"
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- me 3
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- pleural scarification
Complete thread -- what I hear. "back and that is why he took an apple and threw it toward the
Complete thread -- an apple and threw it toward the dishes, the patient denies hurting
Complete thread -- History of pleural _______.
Complete thread -- fluff to anon
Complete thread -- why he took an _____________ , denies hurting the patient
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I think you are way off the trail here - how would diurnal etiology include prostate CA?
Complete thread -- Disregard
Complete thread -- As everyone is "guessing" as to what was meant, it was good to flag.
Complete thread -- and that would include prostate cancer?
Complete thread -- addendum. I did not read other posts, so don't get huffy-puffy if already mentioned
Complete thread -- Don't know if this is it, but I find preservative-free morphine (MP) see link
Complete thread -- dx of moderate alert refers to pt, (see questionable loss of conscious) sm
Complete thread -- I too looked everywhere, every which way, no luck, Please post when known
Complete thread -- s/l diatential may be diurnal (variations) sm
Complete thread -- "moderate alert" as in high alert, moderate alert, to the degree of severity of the
Complete thread -- moderate...alert...MVA (explain to me what that means!)
Complete thread -- If you seriously think that crap is putting motor vehicle accident as a diagnosis, then
Complete thread -- Genious! Thanks :) have a great day.
Complete thread -- keratoconjunctivitis?
Complete thread -- gare-tow-condar-divitis
Complete thread -- Good choice - hopefully it will end the nonsense going on below.
Complete thread -- I don't get you. *What* is an example? What *crap" is being put in a report?
Complete thread -- fluff to anon
Complete thread -- except "E" codes are not primary diagnosis codes...
Complete thread -- This is an example of how MTs put crap in a report just because that is what is dictated.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- I'm flagging, especially since there are mixed opinions below. Better to be safe.
Complete thread -- There are dozens of codes for motor vehicle accidents. Depending on
Complete thread -- Did you notice that MVA was not the only part of the code?
Complete thread -- 2013 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Codes E819.* : Motor vehicle ...
Complete thread -- To me, "moderate alert" does not describe an MVA, but I'm neither a mountain or a molehill
Complete thread -- motor vehicle accident is not a diagnosis...
Complete thread -- MVA is the diagnosis, moderate alert is simply a descriptive. It is not that difficult.
Complete thread -- I think it has something to do with the code status for EMTs.
Complete thread -- that makes sense. I will do some research with the phrases.
Complete thread -- I don't really see how it makes sense as a diagnosis either
Complete thread -- could it be NP for non-preservative? (I've heard of preservative-free saline solution)
Complete thread -- differential?
Complete thread -- I am beginning to think so.
Complete thread -- We reviewed potential s/l diatential etiologies for his elevated
Complete thread -- might just be something they use as a standard in their hospital?
Complete thread -- I pulled up another of my reports with it. This time it sounded like NP
Complete thread -- i even tried MB or NB too and ... nada
Complete thread -- fluff to anon
Complete thread -- No. The 2 times in 2 days have been amazingly clear speakers. It is
Complete thread -- antibiotic solution said really really fast? I can't come up with anything for ya.
Complete thread -- When I try to search, nothing comes up for MP, and NP gives me only nurse practitioners.
Complete thread -- Also weird because that is the diagnosis....
Complete thread -- LOL! Okay....just never heard it before
Complete thread -- I am being sincere. How does it make sense?
Complete thread -- Not familiar with that and have not found anything on search. Hopefully someone else
Complete thread -- probably not major trauma involved. If clear, I'd go with it, makes sense.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he just means that the patient retained consciousness or was conscious at the
Complete thread -- Yes, I do know that MVA is motor vehicle accident. Not sure about moderate alert.
Complete thread -- This is it on this report, a battery exchange. But I run into the phrase
Complete thread -- motor vehicle accident moderate alert motor vehicle accident. MVA
Complete thread -- wha?
Complete thread -- looks like Swanson is double-stemmed implant, comes in size 3S
Complete thread -- When they are talking about irrigating with a solution, is it MP or NP?
Complete thread -- Clear as a bell: moderate alert MVA (see message)
Complete thread -- got it finally :) Joint replacement of right great toe
Complete thread -- unsure what he says. Also please verify I have typed correctly between *** in report
Complete thread -- oops - DSAEK
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fluff to poi & Q
Complete thread -- DSEK (link)
Complete thread -- . A *dee seck* rake was then used to
Complete thread -- Can you hear no problems from or no progress of?
Complete thread -- ____ left paracentral disc herniation ? (sorry, not getting the blank area yet)
Complete thread -- The patient has left paraspinal pain and occasional leg pain. He has ...
Complete thread -- Ultimately, I do not expect that his condition will last a decade and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- enough to retract
Complete thread -- A small amount of dissection on the dorsal aspect of the head was nece ...
Complete thread -- sorry. posted by mistake. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- BoS 2, page 277 (see link) ... three and a half months
Complete thread -- three-and-a-half or three and a half
Complete thread -- ?a limited?
Complete thread -- The patient’s course has been further complicated by positive H. pylor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- me either. Thanks for trying Q
Complete thread -- Procedure: Liposuction of the hips, abdominoplasty with liposuction a ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear..The breast was covered (comma), and the area etc
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- what is the surgery?
Complete thread -- What part of the body for the surgery?
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- after they had been washed with copious amounts of antibiotic solution ...
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you! Amazing how you can understand it when you know the answer.
Complete thread -- ??I find Aricept (donepezil) can come in that dosage for dementia caused by
Complete thread -- donepezil?
Complete thread -- I can send a sound bite, but I don't know how to isolate it and put it up.
Complete thread -- medication s/l don-naso-pil 10 mg q.day
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi.
Complete thread -- XX is a 34-year-old Caucasian __________ gentleman with a history of
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- what do you hear :(?
Complete thread -- WAV is still there.
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- nobody asked me what I heard and it seems wav is gone now...
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- good explanation!
Complete thread -- "...and healing. Pelvic exam..." (well glick might be pelvic)
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- Logically I think you must be right, even tho I only hear one syllable. My only other
Complete thread -- And thanks to you too, poi. I know you also help many people. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks SO much, Questyr. I'd never have thought of starting with Pf!
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I think poi got it for you.
Complete thread -- Ooooh....good one!
Complete thread -- Poi hears "digital eeg" as well.
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- pelvic exam deferred?
Complete thread -- What's the patient's story/context?
Complete thread -- yes I hear digital EEG
Complete thread -- Still working on s/l Glick exam
Complete thread -- Would you listen to the last WAV and see if you hear "digital EEG" or not?
Complete thread -- I think he is saying transverse Pfannenstiel incision ...you'll have to
Complete thread -- oops..cap that
Complete thread -- pfannenstiel
Complete thread -- my duhr post was supposed to go here.
Complete thread -- OBGYN term s/l spann-en-feel incision (or spann-en-feel location)
Complete thread -- Oh geez. I missed it. I just see ° and think 'degrees' since I have to spell it out too.
Complete thread -- Note that 'this' s/b 'them' as it refers back to MRI scans.
Complete thread -- Personally I would recast to: The patient did bring her
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, as you have it
Complete thread -- agree w/oasis & OP did good research myomectomy of the cricopharyngeal muscle.
Complete thread -- Does this look weird?
Complete thread -- She means the degree symbol she used in her post.
Complete thread -- what symbol? 0? Do you mean you're not allowed to spell out "zero" even at the start of a
Complete thread -- I agree (or "He/She has...") -- What you have there is not a sentence.
Complete thread -- I don't hear digital, maybe 16 channel EEG recording using
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS 2, then no hyphen (see link, page 347)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- !! chem - sorry
Complete thread -- I use the commas. JMO
Complete thread -- I would use the comma.
Complete thread -- He had RUQ pain. CBC, s/l cam, and LFTs were unremarkable. UA was unremarkable.
Complete thread -- , right upper extremity or leave comma out
Complete thread -- THank you. I have to use the symbol for my account.
Complete thread -- I always spell out the number if it starts a sentence. Zero to about 125-130 degrees (we
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes...or flip and start with Range of motion...Just don't start with 0.
Complete thread -- The patient has?
Complete thread -- How would you start this sentence Zero?
Complete thread -- I think so. Thanks
Complete thread -- ??digital EEG??
Complete thread -- Normally I test the link immediately after posting, but I was on the run. Sry.
Complete thread -- Don't know why that happens. Here's the google page, click on 4th hit, 2nd paragraph
Complete thread -- eeg
Complete thread -- Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Based on description (see link, 2nd paragraph) it sounds to be like it s/b 'end of'
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- Scroll down to heading "Stork Test"
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- Visually sound right. Standing on one leg like a stork. I'll try to confirm.
Complete thread -- Oooh. I like it! Bet that's it.
Complete thread -- no pain in her back with single leg "stork" test. (pt. with SI joint pain). tia nm
Complete thread -- Thanks. This was not easy, but he says myomectomy and
Complete thread -- oh boy, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- could it be prostate swelling said fast?
Complete thread -- myomectomy of the cricopharyngeal muscle (see link)
Complete thread -- Sound?
Complete thread -- misspeak for myotomy? see link
Complete thread -- Maybe "song" is "gland"?
Complete thread -- searched another way and found it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Inferior constricted cricopharyngeal muscle myomectomy
Complete thread -- volume = mass (cc) - liquid (lidocaine) is mL
Complete thread -- Should mention, I would expand it.
Complete thread -- it would be 2 mL of lidocaine also. prostate volume is 17.6 cc.
Complete thread -- Since procedure is sonogram, would expect "prostate sono"
Complete thread -- both seminal vesicles to be normal. Prostate *song* was seen both transversely
Complete thread -- ok, that's what I was thinking but could'nt quite make it out. Thanks!
Complete thread -- fund of general information
Complete thread -- psychiatric note, mental status exam s.m.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- The rise of PSA after rad, means it's systemic (spread)
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is giving the date?...on 28? or 10/28?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- void residual today is less than an ounce, _______. Urinalysis still shows eight to
Complete thread -- I hate it when I can't listen to it for myself.
Complete thread -- At least we all think it is PSA. I just wasn't sure about the TSO.
Complete thread -- agree - sentence ends at radiation. PSA is a little over 4.
Complete thread -- Yw. I got to travel down paths once taken and enjoyed the journey.
Complete thread -- I'm not finding a TSO. I do find that they perform PSA after
Complete thread -- Garbled PSA? Doc worries b/c PSA,formerly 0.02 has risen to 4.
Complete thread -- Fluff to 'o'
Complete thread -- s/l T S O
Complete thread -- Damn! - I saw that and was gonna point it out and then forgot.
Complete thread -- Like I said, I could be wrong - and it appears I am about this. It happens. Thanks, Q, for
Complete thread -- Thanks, lb.
Complete thread -- sounds like he is just stuttering in there ?
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- typo wask s/b was
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- He starts out. "The abdomen was" then changes it to "The bowel wask run again."
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- The abdomen was _____ again.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sry. You're going to need better ears than mine on this one.
Complete thread -- ??a left A line was placed?? (meaning arterial line)
Complete thread -- going above the previous fascial incision _____ peritoneum above
Complete thread -- was induced, _____ placed.
Complete thread -- I know it's too late, but s/b triangular-shaped laceration (see link, page 93)
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Found it at hpi.sum site..no hyphen...at this link, click on 4th
Complete thread -- I found TNC as talonavicular-cuneiform (fusion)? and talonavicular congruity ?
Complete thread -- it's okay, makes me think :)
Complete thread -- it
Complete thread -- it
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- 6-week postoperative appointment nonweightbearing,
Complete thread -- Just me, but... 6-week postoperative and nonweightbearing
Complete thread -- hyphens correct??
Complete thread -- oops here's the Nuance link
Complete thread -- This Nuance instruction states when one number dictated (found
Complete thread -- Going with it as it is. I actually found documentation when I searched differently.
Complete thread -- that'd be MISpronouncing it, but thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- This is the followup statement
Complete thread -- Poor sound on this. Should it be origin of or on, and the other spot, on or and?
Complete thread -- I could be wrong. I look forward to finding out what you learn on your quest.
Complete thread -- what? I think you ARE the poster, yes, true, full of it.
Complete thread -- Good question. I don't use hyphen. Checking back on
Complete thread -- yes, for sure deleterious (just dictator way of pronouncing, I'd guess.)
Complete thread -- I thought so too, or started to say Pep(Pepcid) then went to famotadine
Complete thread -- I think poster meant medical trend, yes, true in accepted sources
Complete thread -- but it'd be with a hyphen since 'suture' follows, right? --"0-Vicryl suture"
Complete thread -- I like this spelling much better.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I had almost decided on the other as I did find hits but only in Sports.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- would that be 'posteriorize'? I'm not sure, but I've heard of "medialize".
Complete thread -- PubMed has 42 articles with posteriorized...so I would do it posteriorize
Complete thread -- Hey Q and poi - do you guys agree with me here?
Complete thread -- I think your suggestion of "free tie of 0 Vicryl" the correct one as the
Complete thread -- How would you spell posterorize? Posterize? Knee surgery.
Complete thread -- Newspapers and magazines do not dictate style for medical transcription.
Complete thread -- agree w/O surgeon may use an individual ligature (“free tie”)
Complete thread -- I was not disagreeing with you...we were posting simultaneously.
Complete thread -- no comma. Over the years, trend is less commas use, look at newspapers, Time mag etc.
Complete thread -- I like the comma. No fluctance over the left elbow...then
Complete thread -- I would not use a comma
Complete thread -- sorry, no luck with TNC or TC or med abbrev or podiatric or ortho glossary
Complete thread -- Good suggestions too.
Complete thread -- "olecranon is the near end of the ulna, the bone in the forearm, and it forms the pointed
Complete thread -- you're right about that - flag was probably best.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ??tie-over??
Complete thread -- "free tie of Vicryl" or "free tie of 0-Vicryl" ?
Complete thread -- thanks for your support, lb
Complete thread -- left elbow, olecranon.... or... left elbow oleccranon
Complete thread -- Fluff to 'o'
Complete thread -- free *tiable* Vicryl suture
Complete thread -- I thought famotidine but the cef thing got me and I flagged. There are
Complete thread -- could also be "number next, uh, famotadine". sorry too late
Complete thread -- I hear (cef)-famotidine but the 'cef' part might be an extraneous mumbly thing?
Complete thread -- I am flagging. This is a stat. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Laughing because it's from 2004, but still some things are helpful in there.
Complete thread -- Found this and found it helpful, just as an FYI type of thing. See link.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I have 3 drugs I am dithering over.
Complete thread -- sorry, free drainage
Complete thread -- I think I got it. THink it is "free draining of saline"
Complete thread -- tenuring
Complete thread -- plan for PSS
Complete thread -- Veress needle was placed. ______ saline was noted through
Complete thread -- s/l T and C, right foot.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would 'think' you are right. there is a difference between the words, and I dont think
Complete thread -- There is an S-29 needle, so maybe just shortened it to S?
Complete thread -- delirious/deleterious - just checkin'
Complete thread -- at a point at (I don't think he says the second "at" but seems better that way)
Complete thread -- laceration was seen to be originating ________ approximately
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- seems you are missing a pronoun like 'at' or 'from' - also...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- QA fluff
Complete thread -- s/l *s* needle
Complete thread -- be originating *a point* approximately the 7 o’clock position
Complete thread -- Over an 0.35 wire, we replaced this" (or maybe just "we placed this")
Complete thread -- antegrade fashion. ______ 0.35 wire ______ replaced this with a 6-French sheath
Complete thread -- MP3 deleted.
Complete thread -- I agree. Thank you very much for the help.
Complete thread -- s/l His UDS is negative. (urine drug screen)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Having chiropractic treatment, primarily massage ____ did not help muc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- baclofen
Complete thread -- Procedure: Replacement of 20 mL SynchroMed pump for ____ administrati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- s/l Broward General Hospital.
Complete thread -- Palm Beach, FL. ...
Complete thread -- What city is patient in?
Complete thread -- Following the accident, she drove herself to ____ General Hospital Eme ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Acura
Complete thread -- She was a restrained driver of her 1997 ____. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "cord impingement" pretty clearly (had to pull out
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sounds like "___ movement" ...
Complete thread -- got #2 with cord impingement
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- can't get #2
Complete thread -- #1 annular
Complete thread -- Assessment: 1. C4-C5 disc herniation with ____ tear. 2. C5-C6 le ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- lipoma felt midline at 2-3 level.
Complete thread -- found on google Dr. Charles L. Byrd, MD - Ft Lauderdale, FL - Cardiac ...
Complete thread -- Palpation of the cervical spine: Tender. There is a lipoma ____ mid ...
Complete thread -- True, but one thing I used to do as QA was to make
Complete thread -- I will think generously and presume the QA made a mistake...perhaps
Complete thread -- The question in my mind is...how does a person get to be QA if they
Complete thread -- Will turn in. Thanks.
Complete thread -- MD s/l Dr. Burts, Berts, Birds?? Cardiology, possibly Florida or Alabama.
Complete thread -- typo....it s/b the
Complete thread -- Thanks for the followup; it answer was interesting.
Complete thread -- Thot U might find this article interesting. NM already gave you the answer.
Complete thread -- The question that comes to mind is whether the
Complete thread -- that is odd. "will be" is the verb.. followup (noun) will be (verb) ... I'd be
Complete thread -- That is what I had and my QA changed it to follow up.
Complete thread -- noun, followup
Complete thread -- Should it be followup or follow up in this context?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- she has arranged to use her __blank starts with an "OM"
Complete thread -- she has arranged to use all of her ______? (wav cuts off too soon)
Complete thread -- you can find documentation for both longstanding (more recent usage) or long-standing
Complete thread -- are still doing pretty well. She has ____ and I will leave her on these
Complete thread -- I couldn't figure out why leaguer's would be capped. Checked
Complete thread -- Makes good sense.
Complete thread -- long standing or longstanding? pain free or pain-free?
Complete thread -- thank you poi, I thought I might have heard that too... Thank you!
Complete thread -- U must click on the hyphenated choice to see the item
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster shows powder-puff football see link
Complete thread -- dictionary.com shows it with a hyphen power-puff (no cap)
Complete thread -- seems to be in place. ?
Complete thread -- Powderpuff or powderpuff football?
Complete thread -- Everything seems to ____.
Complete thread -- I agree with Questyr
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "as under" (as in the opposite of 'as above') with
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- her pretest likelihood of
Complete thread -- significant length of symptoms _____ CAD is very high
Complete thread -- sorry wav
Complete thread -- female with past medical history ______, who had been in her now
Complete thread -- s/l .. on PEG, this ??
Complete thread -- I thought tapered her taper but that sounded dumb to me.
Complete thread -- Just thinking out loud..?She had attempted to taper?
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your help. I think I will use 'consented to' taper or else turn in to QA.
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- also Little Leaguer's in Stedman's ortho book
Complete thread -- she has had some bile duct sludge and ____ caused biliary colic
Complete thread -- Could echocardiogram be listed under heading Imaging Review?
Complete thread -- extended?
Complete thread -- She had 'centered' the taper? Would not make sense.
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster shows it Little Leaguer, so Little Leaguer's ..see link
Complete thread -- no caps
Complete thread -- I hear now: At that time she had s/l sented the taper to 1 mg....
Complete thread -- Little leaguer's or Little Leaguer's or little leaguer's
Complete thread -- maybe not. Don't suppose it could be "she had essentially been tapered to" (sorry, don't
Complete thread -- she had __ed the taper to 1 mg (can't get word, but says "the taper" instead of "to taper"
Complete thread -- Maybe. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Not ignoring you..I leave this one to better ears than mine.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Yes...peri=in the area of...physeal ..see link
Complete thread -- s/l periphyseal?
Complete thread -- Fluff to 'o'
Complete thread -- does the pt have any medical conditions she might be helping him with?
Complete thread -- woot woot
Complete thread -- might be how he says a histone-1 antibody??
Complete thread -- It was Dilamezinsert...THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- At that time she had ____to taper to 1 mg of prednisone and reported...
Complete thread -- Sounds like it to me....see link...good going!!
Complete thread -- See link..page 15 describes the dilate and measure part.
Complete thread -- oooh oooh - I just found a Dilamezinsert dilator - could that be it?
Complete thread -- Do U know if he's using an AMS product? Wondering if
Complete thread -- good thought, but so out of character for him - thanks tho!
Complete thread -- (I'm doing a guy right now that keeps saying "you know" between phrases, so it's on my
Complete thread -- ongoing, you know, care and support?
Complete thread -- I know I cannot be hearing this right, plse sm for context
Complete thread -- mesh insert? maybe?
Complete thread -- HIV screen repeatedly reactive. Positive "H-i one" antibody. Cannot find but HIV-1
Complete thread -- great new word! (to me)
Complete thread -- The *diamond mes-insert* was then used to dilate the corpora on the right
Complete thread -- Apparently there can be utility to also doing the test (EPDS) while
Complete thread -- "EPDS or UPTS" score dropped to 9. Patient is 33 weeks pregnant. SM
Complete thread -- I've searched BoS 3 (the book and references to it in
Complete thread -- thank you nm and everyone else for your help!
Complete thread -- now that makes sense! I agree.
Complete thread -- I agree it s/l a name in blank #1, but disagree w/ "material" for #2. Don't hear that.
Complete thread -- armamentarium
Complete thread -- # one maybe patient name starts with an "L"? #2 material
Complete thread -- I have spoken to *** about the void in the therapeutic ___
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- conduct disturbances?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- I still hear the old mp3
Complete thread -- with depressed mood and ______.
Complete thread -- Thought so, thanks.
Complete thread -- yes, I would
Complete thread -- agree dependent part hangs down
Complete thread -- Should I change "is" to "are" here?
Complete thread -- I think ok."orifices low- set "I believe referring to the anatomical location thats all,
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'd probably set off "62 years of age" with commas, but it's fine without 'em
Complete thread -- reads ok to me
Complete thread -- my take s/l tore --may be torn traction sm
Complete thread -- Cool
Complete thread -- Does this read ok without commas?
Complete thread -- phencyclidine (PCP)?
Complete thread -- maybe dispersal?=action or process of distributing things or people
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Cologuard At home stool test for cancer (offered by prescription) sm
Complete thread -- psilocybin? (sm)
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- 15-20 mg
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- where is this in BOS3? how to type drug milligram
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- maybe saying "lacs" - short for lacerations?
Complete thread -- no "lacs" lacerations?
Complete thread -- hemotympanum?
Complete thread -- His back is nontender, no *lax* abrasions or step-offs noted.
Complete thread -- He has negative *hemoturbone* bilaterally. No oral or nasopharyngeal blood.
Complete thread -- Neither does any of the dictionaries inclusive to OneLook.com. If you can fix it
Complete thread -- left lower and superior ?
Complete thread -- can you change it to dispensing?
Complete thread -- We will see her back for s/l dispensal of orthotics. spellcheck
Complete thread -- Got the eye drops - zylet
Complete thread -- possibly Zylet eye drops (though s/l he says Zylate)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- relative low duration (relatively low)
Complete thread -- Given the ____ to low duration of these AND compresses and ____ eye drops twice a wee
Complete thread -- lacrimal system ____ superior left nasolacrimal
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I thought he was slurring over styloid the first time.
Complete thread -- At this point, the **tore** traction and fibrotic scarring
Complete thread -- he changes his mind and starts sentence again .. Nontender over the ulnar styloid
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Broken wrist.
Complete thread -- finish up the antibiotics she has
Complete thread -- antibiotics?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it, recuperative
Complete thread -- Plan is to finish up the _______ she has.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- He has now been in a s/l recooperative post and reports that the
Complete thread -- Both orifices were *just a little low set* with some mild inflammatory reaction
Complete thread -- yes, the dependent part is the part that hangs down.
Complete thread -- almost sounds like "short" urethra to me. I don't like this guy.. =)
Complete thread -- There is no induration with _______ urethra.
Complete thread -- does this make sense??
Complete thread -- can it be "bony bossing"? ...
Complete thread -- There was thorough evaluation of the lateral femoral condyle ____. ...
Complete thread -- got it. which as of 2 weeks ago become the...
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Recurrent hepatitis C.
Complete thread -- ??loads??
Complete thread -- There were no screws in the joint surfaces intending to be fused. All ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to navicular - same thing in both blanks
Complete thread -- Procedures: 1. Right midfoot fusion including medial cuneiform ____ ...
Complete thread -- sumpin new every day, huh? Thanks lb - it's new to me also.
Complete thread -- Dictator meant what was dictated; no need to add or delete words for it to make sense.
Complete thread -- Yes - sm
Complete thread -- me 3, and I got it...
Complete thread -- I should have mentioned, I posted the link with the trademark too. Thanks, BB
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- google chrome user here and it has been awful all week. I would love for MP3 and WAV to
Complete thread -- trademark specimen, see link.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing
Complete thread -- I think afjmgj meant "lemme write this down" - that was a new one for me too.
Complete thread -- new word for me - just wanted to share - Veinoplus. Said its been around since 2004,
Complete thread -- New Stanford U blood test identifies heart-transplant rejection(cell-free DNA test),
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Pleximmune ™ prediction of the risk of a transplant rejection. sm
Complete thread -- do what you need to do, afjmgj
Complete thread -- To me, was thank you of nice to Q and Oasis on board
Complete thread -- well said Q.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- agree, just found it too return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC)
Complete thread -- return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC)
Complete thread -- He received a shock, epinephrine and had s/l roski in about 10 minutes.
Complete thread -- To me, credit should not really matter, was answer of help to OP & others on board
Complete thread -- lemme write that one done
Complete thread -- see link for 1 type of water cushion (for stabilization/support etc)
Complete thread -- patient (had) bivalved cast at that time(dictator not meaning pt did it, itt
Complete thread -- patient bivalved cast at that time(dictator not meaning pt did it, itt
Complete thread -- seems to me something like half filled water pillow works (cushion/protection)
Complete thread -- something like -bandage cotton( rolled cone) , like a bolster ?
Complete thread -- LOL! No problem.
Complete thread -- Cutimed?
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Just saw my error. Sorry. THANK YOU OASIS!
Complete thread -- Only...through half a pillow of water...doesn't sound likely
Complete thread -- is pillar really pillow perhaps?
Complete thread -- cant clip the audio .....sorry :(......i flagged it though
Complete thread -- Last question...can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Could roll cone=roll going ??
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble visualizing "through...water" ???Could through=to ?
Complete thread -- Also, is patient in Australia or US?
Complete thread -- roll cone it from the cast over the couch through half a pail of water - my best shot
Complete thread -- me too .....thanks for "pail of water" anyways :)
Complete thread -- meant could pillar=pail of ?
Complete thread -- I'm flying blind, but could pillar=pail?
Complete thread -- pls help - deep wounds on wrist
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- Fluff to Oasis.
Complete thread -- I guess it all evens out in the end....tho must admit that
Complete thread -- ...and we appreciate itQ
Complete thread -- They are so used to you answering the questions, Q! LOL!
Complete thread -- Think you mean, "Thank you Oasis."
Complete thread -- Question is, would a patient be the one to do that?
Complete thread -- ??bivalved??
Complete thread -- Q?
Complete thread -- Patient s/l vi-velled the cast at that time and felt relief. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you, Q
Complete thread -- ...heterozygote
Complete thread -- heterozygous for the appropriate allele?
Complete thread -- patient is a heterozygote for the appropriate s/l uh-lee-ull TIA!
Complete thread -- It's a noun versus verb question.
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm responding because it's loading slow for me right this minute, though.
Complete thread -- No, I've used both IE and Firefox with no problems.
Complete thread -- server problem? could be SM
Complete thread -- I've had no trouble at all ?
Complete thread -- watermelon
Complete thread -- Allergies: No known drug allergies. The patient is allergic to ___, c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. In case not a typo, don't forget the hyphen in freeze-dried
Complete thread -- Use IE and it's been sluggish all week.
Complete thread -- On Google Chrome, it has been awful. Started using IE which has been faster.
Complete thread -- anyone else been having issues with word board loading VERY slowly this last week?
Complete thread -- Freeze dried, got it. Thanks. He says it clearer later.
Complete thread -- wav file, this does not seem to be morning!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I sent to QA. Saved a copy for myself.
Complete thread -- That is what mom takes for hers, you got it right.
Complete thread -- yep, after the grounding wires, the NIMS was placed.d
Complete thread -- in sterile surgical fashion. After the grounding wires ____ the NIMS was placed.
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, thyroidectomy is the surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much for the help...
Complete thread -- expanding the fracture should be "spanning the fracture"
Complete thread -- probably is talking about 3.5 size 14...but probably should flag because
Complete thread -- 1. lobster-claw retractor
Complete thread -- wav file uploaded. 2 blanks. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I think the "re" is an auditory misfire
Complete thread -- good one Q - this link shows they are used for that
Complete thread -- if same report as the one above, the parking lot is Publix
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Publix Super Markets, Inc - she is employed at Publix as a cashier
Complete thread -- She is employed at public ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- backed up
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. :-) ...
Complete thread -- She was driving her car and had stopped at a stop sign at the public p ...
Complete thread -- A 4-cm incision was made and dissection was carried superiorly to the ...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. wav file deleted
Complete thread -- in case this helps with the word "channel" sm
Complete thread -- I hear ..we then channeled the sutures through the tunnel
Complete thread -- another wav uploaded. pls sm.
Complete thread -- might be a TI= (Texas Instrument ultrasound) ? sm
Complete thread -- Tonsillectomy...plane of resection was identified with a s/l snit.
Complete thread -- Barlow forceps ?
Complete thread -- nvm. I think its "There were a few fibers still intact." wav file deleted.
Complete thread -- or "There were a few fibers that are still intact." not sure
Complete thread -- I am not sure of what i am hearing but i think i hear "fibers still intact"
Complete thread -- wav file help. Left distal biceps tendon repair. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- flare up.
Complete thread -- flareup or flare up or flare-up??
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, not specific enough. Could be one of a few...
Complete thread -- convenient care or Convenient Care?
Complete thread -- ?Bierer ovum forceps? see link
Complete thread -- and I would use the commas
Complete thread -- re-demonstrate (sorry, forgot the hypen)
Complete thread -- views redemonstrate (no s). If going to use commas, another after impacted.
Complete thread -- Disregard, that doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- Learned something new.
Complete thread -- nondisplaced mildly impacted or nondisplaced, mildly impacted
Complete thread -- barrel forceps?
Complete thread -- yes (he's saying it's not "useful" as the brace wouldn't fit when swelling went down
Complete thread -- utility - something useful; a useful thing.
Complete thread -- yep, actually the first definition of utility, but the other is used way more
Complete thread -- I tried to get the "N" sound, but just couldn't work it .. Thanks, I think I will just bla
Complete thread -- Says....do not see the utility...Does this make sense here?
Complete thread -- narrow?
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- barrow forceps? Removal of the fetus in a D and E procedure.
Complete thread -- #2 more so on the right
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, unable to catch what he says. Phone ring is his phone, not mine :)
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think so. He put too many syllables into it.
Complete thread -- thanks - will flag this
Complete thread -- VE = probably vaginal exam
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought.
Complete thread -- endovaginal? (not like s/l but maybe..)
Complete thread -- Obstetrics consult: A s/l V-E offered for cervical assessment; vertex was spine -1.
Complete thread -- no hyphen, not directly modifying anything...
Complete thread -- no hyphen - see link
Complete thread -- well perfused or well-perfused?
Complete thread -- Expected due date establish by LMP and also an s/l A-T-1 ultrasound.
Complete thread -- Ocella?
Complete thread -- Metanx?
Complete thread -- Drug help: s/l o-SEAL-a OR o-se-O-la.
Complete thread -- For his neuropathy, he is on s/l Mentinex ?
Complete thread -- Just thinking out loud..wonder if " a pek-kore " - electrode
Complete thread -- PEEK-OPTIMA® patient-specific cranioplasty implants
Complete thread -- MEDPOR® Implants are biocompatible, porous polyethylene implants for craniofacial
Complete thread -- never mind, I'm going to flag that, probably PEEK, but too far off.
Complete thread -- Tp underwent cranioplasty with a s/l "pek-kore" implant and frameless stereotaxy.
Complete thread -- agree, I cant find anything else "mcg" used for CS, even though it isn't your
Complete thread -- that looks like it should be fentanyl commonly used in CS at that dosage?
Complete thread -- Intravenous conscious sedation using 2 mg of midazolam and 50 mcg of s/l sheafen??
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- her extremities shows she has a compression device on her legs, and she has a
Complete thread -- her extremities show ______ on legs an she has a wrap
Complete thread -- tendon?
Complete thread -- cholecystectomy, C-section, and a *tunda* repair in 2009.
Complete thread -- included, but was not limited to, (not a blank)
Complete thread -- 2. early graft failure...3. heart block necessitating a pacemaker
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- three ?s
Complete thread -- I can't believe I did that! I am double-tasking and rushing. Thanks.
Complete thread -- nonsustained ventricular tachycardia (v-tach)
Complete thread -- ICD placement for _____.
Complete thread -- negative hepatiti B and C
Complete thread -- I'm sure they check both (sclerae) plural so takes plural "were"
Complete thread -- He has had negative hepatitis, s/l 'bnc', and QuantiFERON studies.
Complete thread -- could it be a silo elevator too?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- That's okay. I sent a note to the supervision to verify and to add a sample to this
Complete thread -- Sclerae "are" noniceric (or sclera is)
Complete thread -- The stent was noted to be coiled in the renal pelvis and distally in the bladder?
Complete thread -- sorry, I think I misunderstood your question, looks that that is a mess.
Complete thread -- s/ l *all distant* was coiled in the bladder
Complete thread -- It initially sounded like at C3, he just said it singular facet and mass, but after
Complete thread -- no, because says bilateral. Would go as dictated.
Complete thread -- haven't done surgeries, let alone back surgeries in a long while, but I'm
Complete thread -- nice solve OP
Complete thread -- glad you got IT!!!!!
Complete thread -- ahhh, I hear *in DROM* now. Thanks for clearing that up for me nm
Complete thread -- yes, that is what I heard too
Complete thread -- I think he is meaning amaurosis fugax (pronouncing as "am-a-roo foo-go") type symptoms
Complete thread -- oh--hh, oh-oooo wonder if that is IT, good one, glad somebody got IT
Complete thread -- I was thinking c,p & l "on" drom of knee, but if "and" then I agree not dynamic
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't even offer a guess (and have listened several times)
Complete thread -- that is what I was hearing too. Did find the dynamic range of motion,
Complete thread -- dynamic range of motion?
Complete thread -- I am wondering if he is wanting "amaurosis fugax" ???
Complete thread -- and ?? s/l drom (no idea what it means), left knee
Complete thread -- I hear catching, popping and locking (can't get next word) left knee
Complete thread -- thanks for that! :)
Complete thread -- you have "Tuesday he was he was"(twice he was)
Complete thread -- last blank in report
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you all :) I have 1 more blank in same report.. Will post WAV
Complete thread -- I hear "beans to the elevator" It might be some elevator in a processing
Complete thread -- I hear -he was delivering beans to the elevator, he had spell where had
Complete thread -- to the elevator or through the elevator?
Complete thread -- I thought I heard beans too. Makes sense with farming.
Complete thread -- I thought it was locking internal(ly?)but don't know if that
Complete thread -- I just found an older report that states he is a farmer.
Complete thread -- he never states what he does for work. I kept hearing beans to the elevator
Complete thread -- locking and ______, left knee.
Complete thread -- significant pain and limited motion with catching, popping, and ______, left knee
Complete thread -- I'd think beams as in wooden beams.
Complete thread -- beams? (what kind of work does he do?)
Complete thread -- beans to the elevator
Complete thread -- I do not think I am hearing correctly located in Burlington, Kansas
Complete thread -- CMC interposition arthroplasty at the flexor carpi radialis.
Complete thread -- not sure w/o any additional context, can check links and see
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? We will do a hemitrapezial excision? hemitrapezial?
Complete thread -- True. He was talking about fracture and I was trying to come up
Complete thread -- might want to re-listen to that last sentence
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- interscalene nerve block (not intra) -between the anterior and middle scalene muscles
Complete thread -- sure - primary viewing portal used for diagnostic arthroscopy ... this portal is usually p
Complete thread -- unfortunately can't see a SLAP tear on plain x-rays
Complete thread -- A posterior *viewing* and anterior rotator cuff interval portal was established and d
Complete thread -- It is not capped.
Complete thread -- Load and Shift Test evaluates for anterior & posterior glenohumeral stability
Complete thread -- that was stable *with a load and shift* anteriorly an
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- superficial fascial system?
Complete thread -- PDS for suspension of the *S F S* of the lower flap for production
Complete thread -- ? diflorasone (topical steroid)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Allergies: s/l dee-flor-uh-sil TIA!
Complete thread -- Try ileal-peritoneal...
Complete thread -- in such a way that the entire *ileal* peritoneal orifice was covered
Complete thread -- Perhaps Dermabond?
Complete thread -- derma-something.... cannot get the ending.
Complete thread -- closed with 4-0 Vicryl and _____. Patient was extubated and transferred
Complete thread -- The blank sounded like "meth" fluid. Had never heard that before though
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thank you.
Complete thread -- What I ususal hear is ...debrided with shaver and biter... Perhaps MD means biting
Complete thread -- I reposed Wav. Thanks
Complete thread -- All I hear is "2000 cc of knee" (or the knee)
Complete thread -- Two thousand milliliters of _________ fluid was run through the knee. Pt with chondro
Complete thread -- used
Complete thread -- This was debrided with 3.5 shaver and *bitings and* and back to stable rim. Medial f
Complete thread -- listened again, maybe amniotic fluid instead of amount of?
Complete thread -- which does put you in a low-risk category (?)
Complete thread -- resulting in light amount of fluid?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- grossly normal cervix, *obliterated* endometrial cavi
Complete thread -- out resulting in _______ fluid, and delivered
Complete thread -- Cardiologist writing letter to patient regarding her laboratory studies.
Complete thread -- much of this, but he started to see...
Complete thread -- Got in samples. Thanks for the big help. ...
Complete thread -- Got in samples. Thanks for the big help. ...
Complete thread -- He did not take much ____ to see a chiropractor on July 7, 2014. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He was a restrained driver of a Toyota Tacoma truck 2005 and he was in ...
Complete thread -- sorry forgot the s/l.... S/L dometab or dometap
Complete thread -- calf
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Right shoulder pain into the right arm and right hip pain into the lef ...
Complete thread -- Strictly for info purposes, I do find SLAP tear associated with fracture
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Don't hear "sh" but hear an "l" in there. Flagging & moving on.
Complete thread -- shaft?
Complete thread -- displaced s/l flat or slap fracture of the proximal humerus TIA!
Complete thread -- How could it have been fine? See message
Complete thread -- her first sentence looks fine to me
Complete thread -- s/l undermined edges (just fine)
Complete thread -- Looks fine to me, tho trend to not use so many commas
Complete thread -- agree status post her OLT...."
Complete thread -- unless it's a typo, listen for "status post her OLT...."
Complete thread -- agree if a quote leave it as is. otherwise spell out "something".
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ahh ha SM7, betcha got it hooo hoo- ray.congenital disorder intrahepatic bile ducts
Complete thread -- not sure of connection Thalassemia major= (Cooley's anemia)& OLT nm
Complete thread -- check out Caroli disease
Complete thread -- Acutally, we say "sumpin", lol.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- well IS it in a quote or ISN'T it? Why not give us the sentence? I'm thinkin yer jest
Complete thread -- Nah.... ignore me. I changed my mind. In this case it is not so much a list, is it?
Complete thread -- That's called an "Oxford comma" - where I work we have to use it -- ugh!
Complete thread -- Little's area
Complete thread -- Nasendoscopy reveals crusting in the anterior s/l little zarea TAI!
Complete thread -- I'd omit the comma after dystrophic but looks good otherwise.
Complete thread -- Not sure how to punctuate this sentence
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- either way is fine, but unless you are very strict verbatim I'd add a word...
Complete thread -- Would you keep second and third sentences separate or make one.
Complete thread -- Also, wonder if 'status post for'='status post 4' ....???
Complete thread -- As you know, she is status post for OLT for ___disease back in 2002 co ...
Complete thread -- See if any of these help...see link
Complete thread -- need entire sentence, sentences before and after.
Complete thread -- ease needed liver transplant
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- nidus of infection.
Complete thread -- previous renal cyst
Complete thread -- me toosi conflusi
Complete thread -- dropping the g off the end of words is common in the south and yes, I say if IN A QUOTE
Complete thread -- Not sure if it is a word?? "Something" is a word - "somethin'" is a way to pronounce it.
Complete thread -- I'm not really gettin' this question, but here's my 2 cents...
Complete thread -- how is it in a quote? Does the dictator tell you it's spelled that way in a quote?
Complete thread -- Yes, it is okay to type slang and short forms IF a quote.
Complete thread -- lol -
Complete thread -- IF the doctor says "patient said quote" then ... its okay. but, no verbatim doesn't mean
Complete thread -- so it's okay to type somethin' if it's a quote?
Complete thread -- is the dictator from the south?
Complete thread -- Context important here. Is it in a quote? If so, leave it as is.
Complete thread -- uhhhh... yes.
Complete thread -- something/somethin'
Complete thread -- I kind of saw the same things so wasn't sure. Thanks for help.
Complete thread -- Different grammar sites gave a variety of answers. The
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- agree with resuscitation
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Ultrasound
Complete thread -- I am not able to catch what he says
Complete thread -- necessitation without pain medication... and I'd cap Infectious Disease there.
Complete thread -- resuscitation. Also, don't know if this is correct, but I was always told any service is
Complete thread -- Are commas correct here?
Complete thread -- i know the english is a drop funny,but that is how he speaks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- #2 material
Complete thread -- made in the _______. The skin and subcutaneous tissues were dividied. Approximately
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- to enable the mobilization of the flaps to close without any
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Just found it, thank you!
Complete thread -- The entire ulcerated
Complete thread -- autologous
Complete thread -- Your 1st sentence has problems. Your blank suggestion is possible. But
Complete thread -- Thank goodness U were here.
Complete thread -- What I am hearing is "in comparison to ulcerated lesion." If the
Complete thread -- s/l undermined edges
Complete thread -- ACL reconstruction with use of "auto-la-taugus" bone-tendon-bone. nm tia
Complete thread -- The ________ ulcerated lesion of the suprapubic region
Complete thread -- yes, I think. That's what I thought in my message. Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- I think she corrects to showing highly fatty..., it is normal. She has a chronic...
Complete thread -- ugh
Complete thread -- encompassing the ulcerated lesion
Complete thread -- concomitant?
Complete thread -- MRI: ACL tear with lateral meniscus tear and "con-quintin" bone bruising. SM tia
Complete thread -- incision was made _______ lesion
Complete thread -- apart from showing____ highly fatty lymph nodes ____, she has a chronic tiny sinus
Complete thread -- You misunderstand the question. The OP knows the proper
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much poi!
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- sh*t! Wav is gone again. Try to find if that particular party has an
Complete thread -- x-rays. Unsure if she's had imaging of her
Complete thread -- and not sure if she has had imaging.... (or I am not sure if she)
Complete thread -- Thanks. So, it looks okay as is? nm
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. alternating 10 mg one day, 5 mg the next, for 2 or 3 weeks
Complete thread -- Its okay, she is alternatng the 10 & 5 every other day, then continue on 5 after that.
Complete thread -- sorry, letter is to a doc named Stephen Brown in Ballarat VIC Australia
Complete thread -- He's doing a tapering dosage where for the first 2-3 weeks the
Complete thread -- Pt with hypermobility syndrome..
Complete thread -- it would really help to know WHO the letter is addressed to
Complete thread -- tapering paroxetine. This is an ESL physican. Please SM
Complete thread -- Since poi feels it might be a street or city name, what city is the patient in?
Complete thread -- I would be grateful if you could see Jennifer is the first one...Any guess on second one
Complete thread -- It would be great if you could see Jennifer??
Complete thread -- It would great if you to get to see Jennifer? the second blank is a town or street
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- yes, it is... I think she says something like "Thank you for seeing Jennifer"???
Complete thread -- No, I don't think it makes sense. Wound was checked for hemostasis (if I remember the
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- very sorry
Complete thread -- was opened under direct vision (period).
Complete thread -- There can only be 1 wav file posted at a time. You need to
Complete thread -- Wound *care dressing* for hemostasis
Complete thread -- wav disappeared again
Complete thread -- is pt's first name Jennifer?
Complete thread -- Hernia sac was opened and _______. The omentum was dissected.
Complete thread -- I think it starts out...In October 1992
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- sound like wound carriage was checked for hemostasis
Complete thread -- WAV is blank.
Complete thread -- Australia
Complete thread -- where are you?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- yes,different. sm 4 diffference Maybe changing drugs? sm
Complete thread -- wound "check" for hemostasis
Complete thread -- not *and* enabled release of the preperitoneal space.
Complete thread -- Wound ______ checked for hemostasis.
Complete thread -- to enable the release
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- hernia sac was circumferentially tied and dissected
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Hydra Jagwire® guidewire - Boston Scientific Caps that prior to symbols TM/R sm
Complete thread -- umbilical cicatrix
Complete thread -- agree with that.
Complete thread -- Skin and subcutaneous tissues were divided?
Complete thread -- googled and got chondroid matrix lesion
Complete thread -- got it, chondroid matrix lesion. nm
Complete thread -- under direct vision
Complete thread -- infraumbilical skin incision was made. Subcutaneous tissue was developed?
Complete thread -- nonaggressive "pontoid" matrix lesion. SM tia
Complete thread -- was performed ______ . The adhesions were
Complete thread -- tissue was _______. The hernia ... the umbilical ______. The hernia sac
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I ended up with some discrepancies and flagged that area too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think it is crosses through this! Thanks.
Complete thread -- or ??crosses??
Complete thread -- just going to throw out what I hear - causes extrudes (sp?)
Complete thread -- and recurrent episodes of biliary colic
Complete thread -- classical biliary symptoms
Complete thread -- thanks - do you suppose it is courses for the next?
Complete thread -- equivocal? the classic biliary symptoms - you have an extra recurrent episodes thing
Complete thread -- 1. columnar component?
Complete thread -- The ultrasound was _______ at AND that patient has ______ of symptoms
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- oops...laterally
Complete thread -- Neck of the gallbladder was retracted laterall.
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Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Wenckebach
Complete thread -- held and retracted toward the right shoulder
Complete thread -- 24-Hour Holter monitor
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Complete thread -- gallbladder was held _______ towards the right _______. Neck of
Complete thread -- ! got it (flick sign)
Complete thread -- regarding carpal tunnel syndrome: Symptoms wake him up;s/l diplix sign is positive.
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- acalculous cholecystitis
Complete thread -- posits
Complete thread -- acalculous
Complete thread -- Chronic biliary colic, ______ cholecystitis
Complete thread -- Medical Practitioner Study Notes...
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Complete thread -- Googling shows they are different. I would blank and flag for clarification.
Complete thread -- I find Kambin's triangle see link
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ahhh - good ear, Q. Those "periods" were throwing me.
Complete thread -- Lhermitte ?
Complete thread -- Novolin N 70/30? I thought Novolin 70/30 and Novolin N were different meds? nm
Complete thread -- s/l*La-mead* sign was negative.
Complete thread -- not sure about blank, but it's Endo Catch.
Complete thread -- s/l Wilms triangle
Complete thread -- dissected (period). Clipped and divided (period).
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Complete thread -- clipped and divided?
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Complete thread -- interrupted ________ sutures
Complete thread -- circumferentially dissected ________.
Complete thread -- It's okay, just not a really real word - a backformation of "arthrodesis" - sm
Complete thread -- presented to hospital with acute onset of pain?
Complete thread -- The patient ______ abdominal pain and discomfort.
Complete thread -- Surgery when she is ready to s/l arthrodese the small DIP on the right.
Complete thread -- He says it cleared later on. Was just coming to say that. I thought hair at first
Complete thread -- head??
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- MP3 - I have 2 words I cannot decide between.
Complete thread -- Synthroid for the 137 - if you Google 137 mg, it will give the answer.
Complete thread -- med s/l thinsoy and ferry hi heem
Complete thread -- BoS page 93, adverb preceding a compound modifier...see link
Complete thread -- I've forgotten the rule about dropping the hyphen when
Complete thread -- Thanks Questyr - I will add that to my word list as well.
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Complete thread -- PubMed article uses hyphen...I'd go with that. see link
Complete thread -- Scroll down to hit #4
Complete thread -- means it doesn't move...term static is used...see link...so statically ok
Complete thread -- I get this a lot. In the archives it shows it both with hyphens and without. I do not
Complete thread -- A guidewire was placed on the femoral head in the *near center center* position.
Complete thread -- plate and a 40 mm *statically* locked screw.
Complete thread -- Changed my mind - corrected
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think they go a bit more verbatim.
Complete thread -- Client preference first, otherwise I would correct. IMO
Complete thread -- question on Hydra Jagwire - if they say it like Hydra Jag guidewire, should any of
Complete thread -- short apneic spells?
Complete thread -- Sorry. I tried.
Complete thread -- some sort of apneic spells.
Complete thread -- Presumed sleep apnea.
Complete thread -- Comminuted anterior medial and posterior fragments with less than 25% ...
Complete thread -- Yes that's it. Thanks. mp3 removed
Complete thread -- Mackool's ?
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Complete thread -- mp3 help. cataract removal with toric iol placement. pls sm.
Complete thread -- which allowed for ingress (at this time?).
Complete thread -- Individual Krackow sutures were then placed and tied upon themselves a ...
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Complete thread -- sounds like "unwadded."
Complete thread -- The biceps tendon was ____ to portion of the pectoralis muscle which w ...
Complete thread -- lol I like that one. Aunt river.
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- NM. Heart murmur!!!!
Complete thread -- PMH: Asthma. The patient is aware of having a s/l aunt river. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Flagging and moving on. Can't post wave. Can't hear deep.
Complete thread -- This is pretty close to BB suggestion sm
Complete thread -- but seeded typically refers to something being seeded. I am with Q.. w/o
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- seeded is the question
Complete thread -- A full-thickness chondral lesion was noted. There was no obvious trem ...
Complete thread -- listen for deep-seated (can't document in this context).
Complete thread -- in the tibia? (not sure the sentence makes sense, but can't hear the beginning)
Complete thread -- confused exactly what is your s/l. mostly ? or posterior seeded ? Neither
Complete thread -- but she had already purchased >?< all I could hear
Complete thread -- Brain MRI revealed posterior s/l seeded periventricular white matter TIA!
Complete thread -- There was no obvious tremendous amount of bone wear ____ likewise a se ...
Complete thread -- I did all day today.
Complete thread -- O anak! I keep forgetting to include the link...here it is
Complete thread -- adductory is a standalone word. It is the adjectival form of
Complete thread -- consider APD=Aredia pamidronate disodium 4 osteolytic bone lesions of multiple myeloma sm
Complete thread -- note to Q - when I check PubMed for "adductory contracture" I go 0 hits
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Complete thread -- Can't even spell my own name...must have 'ory' on the brain ;)
Complete thread -- oops here's the link
Complete thread -- adductory (adj) was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2011 (see
Complete thread -- I hear adductory as well but since no such word, will put adductor. Th ...
Complete thread -- 1. adductor contracture (though I hear adductory) 2. The distal cap?
Complete thread -- adductor contracture....
Complete thread -- This reduced the dorsal contracture significantly, however, the MTPJ _ ...
Complete thread -- I've found it a bit sluggish also.
Complete thread -- Anyone else having problems getting this page to refresh, being very sluggish, and
Complete thread -- can you hear ETP? (endogenous thrombin potential)
Complete thread -- I do a lot of reports and I cannot think of either of those fitting there. I suggest
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Complete thread -- there are two, anterior and posterior
Complete thread -- There are both anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments in each knee, so if
Complete thread -- cruciate or cruciates?
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Complete thread -- Looks like fun! Thank you very much.
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Complete thread -- Hx of multiple myeloma, presents for assessement of s/l APD or EPD?
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- cardiology pe
Complete thread -- T Scope is trademarked..they show their product without the hyphen