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Complete thread -- I think I hear portal
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. Hear it perfectly now.
Complete thread -- preperitoneal
Complete thread -- Sufficient __________ fat was moved away from the underside of the abdomen until sm
Complete thread -- gallbladder without evidence of gallstones. 4. Normal _____ system.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- can't get it
Complete thread -- through the superior clear cornea to serve as a traction suture
Complete thread -- The right eye was then prepped and draped in a sterile fashion with Be ...
Complete thread -- After full informed consent was obtained, the patient was brought to t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- were called into the room
Complete thread -- Following completion of the parotid duct repair and adequate I&D, we & ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- succinylcholine but check spelling.
Complete thread -- imbricate the first for excellent hemostasis.
Complete thread -- The table was rotated 90 degrees to allow better access and a Foley wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- to the scapula...not through
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- 2. The posterior cul-de-sac
Complete thread -- first the sacrum delivered, ... right and left legs were delivered, right and left arms
Complete thread -- Uterine incision was repaired with a 1-0 Vicryl in a running locking s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- stretched
Complete thread -- The uterine incision was made with a scalpel and extended cranially an ...
Complete thread -- The rectus muscles were separated in the midline. The peritoneum was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- frank breech (not right)
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Female infant from right <____> right sacrum anteri ...
Complete thread -- thanks isgal
Complete thread -- adhesive
Complete thread -- Allergies: Include Neosporin, latex, _______ tape.
Complete thread -- Wow
Complete thread -- LOA position (=left occiput anterior)
Complete thread -- Labor & Delivery
Complete thread -- I think I am allowed...
Complete thread -- or just "follow" closely (or observe?)
Complete thread -- i agree with followup.
Complete thread -- no. Sounds like football
Complete thread -- I actual hear right upper lip skin cancer - guess I better flag :)
Complete thread -- followup?
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- it means I think to watch closely
Complete thread -- ignore that "is a out" my keyboard is sticking & i have no idea what I meant...
Complete thread -- oddly worded. i'd say the cervix is a out 3.1 cm dilated wth the amniotic in the... but
Complete thread -- Labor and Delivery
Complete thread -- Knee flexion test was positive for a *2-finger-width* right-sided decrease in
Complete thread -- last part might be "epilepsy."
Complete thread -- diabetes, hypercholesteremia, hypertension, GERD, ____ skin cancer, arthritis.
Complete thread -- Probably because we didn't have the backup board saved to our favorites
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch !
Complete thread -- oh I see - thanks ! I was confused.
Complete thread -- in case there's a technical problem with the server. SM
Complete thread -- Click on the Find Box at the top of the page...there are 2 instances..2nd one seems best
Complete thread -- This google hit talks about a "back cut" (see link)
Complete thread -- Why is there a backup word board?
Complete thread -- oops - last sentence ends with "advancement of the tissue."
Complete thread -- repair of wound - see msg.
Complete thread -- "ŗ la Botti" ("ŗ la" is not the same as "et. al.")
Complete thread -- I was thinking this, but
Complete thread -- I'm thinking the "ala" is et al Botti (meaning the author of the technique used
Complete thread -- Meatoplasty
Complete thread -- nevermind-just hit me- estradiol
Complete thread -- drug- s/l extra dry all
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- non-looped
Complete thread -- The subcostal incision was closed in two layers. The posterior sheath ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was confused. it changes the meaning of sentence alltogether.
Complete thread -- He made a window. (he says "make" but he means "made")
Complete thread -- At that point in time, hepatobiliary surgeon Dr. Miller was around and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- had bleed laparoscopically. Once converted to open, since that was ruled out
Complete thread -- bleed - not blood....that was ruled out
Complete thread -- that's new!
Complete thread -- Hence, the structure which was thought to be the right hepatic artery ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will write fused then.
Complete thread -- fossa, top-down approach.
Complete thread -- yeah, I think he misspoke (your English is probably better than his!)
Complete thread -- The falciform ligament was lifted up and the gallbladder was taken dow ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dang, you beat me by 30 secs!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. previously in the report he said fused, now sounds like diffused
Complete thread -- it sl he says "diffused" but I think he means "adhesed/adherent to"
Complete thread -- sounds like de-fused, but I think fused makes sense. maybe?
Complete thread -- made, but (right) when the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. anybody for other blank?
Complete thread -- The 5-mm trocar was upsized in the epigastric region to 10 mm. A 10-m ...
Complete thread -- one 5-mm trocar...
Complete thread -- vlad...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A 10, 30 scope was passed in and inside the abdominal cavity upon entr ...
Complete thread -- haha...maybe I was just hearing what I wanted to hear :)
Complete thread -- OK, then, if poi hears "inserted" - go with that - it's the better word
Complete thread -- he stumbles, but I think he says "entered"-"inserted" is a better word, but I hear entered
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- inserted
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mp3, not wav. sorry
Complete thread -- Infraumbilical cutdown was done using Hasson technique. A Hasson troc ...
Complete thread -- on 5 of presnisolone? (as in 5 mg)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nonetheless.
Complete thread -- Right upper quadrant ultrasound showed impacted gallstone into the cys ...
Complete thread -- A 26-year-old female with a past medical history of rheumatoid arthrit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- picture the thickened outer shell of a melon
Complete thread -- a rind around the gallbladder
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Acute cholecystitis with a <____> on the gallbladde ...
Complete thread -- North
Complete thread -- LOCATION: 15 West ___ 23B. ...
Complete thread -- ?green fluid if baby pooped
Complete thread -- actually, it is extrinsic (said on another exam)
Complete thread -- I think he is just stumbing over intrinsic
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of other intrinsic mass or ___________ effacement.
Complete thread -- hey taco...
Complete thread -- color me contused. If there was an intraarticular suture, why was the injection in the
Complete thread -- just came back to say, think doc is saying "query" (wouldn't it be obvious?)
Complete thread -- maybe early or gross.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- s/l "gray" rupture of membranes
Complete thread -- SMAS (superficial muscular aponeurotic system)
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- s/l smaz repair
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank yuo
Complete thread -- the level of (the) ?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- tritto (and I still can't get it)
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I still hear last nights mp3d
Complete thread -- Use of a four-quadrant microscope?
Complete thread -- McCullough
Complete thread -- Deep _____ retractor was applied
Complete thread -- taken to localize _____ anesthesia following which a straight
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- on the left side. ______ microscope, use of x-ray fluoroscopy.
Complete thread -- Stedman's ortho words also lists "T fracture".
Complete thread -- Google radial T fracture - about the 5th or 6th one down. T-shaped or Y-shaped (type)
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- unroofed is fine. took off the top layer. Gram stain is capitalized.
Complete thread -- distal radius fracture
Complete thread -- evacuated, *unroofed*, The debrided
Complete thread -- hey vlad--
Complete thread -- Think I hear "internal bumper" in the blank too (you typed it later in paragraph as well.)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- push technique. _____ to confirm the direct endoscopic
Complete thread -- listening again and maybe s/l bottom
Complete thread -- Shoulder x-rays- lipoma near the s/l vatum knee ta
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes - like an ASD (atrial septal defect) - a hole in the septum in the heart.
Complete thread -- seems fine to me. There are several septal occluders used to close heart defects.
Complete thread -- PMH s/l spetal closure
Complete thread -- please ignore
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Now ______ splint 0.25 was secured
Complete thread -- a Xomed splint
Complete thread -- it means in the medial compartment compared to the lateral compartment
Complete thread -- Now ______ splint 0.25 was secured bilaterally
Complete thread -- Patient with painful bunionette.
Complete thread -- we were able to see flow
Complete thread -- x-rays-make sense s/l compared laterally?
Complete thread -- On the flank, there is a fistula present with adhesions ___. (4:18). ...
Complete thread -- We could not get the 5.5 French __________ down into the dorsalis pedis artery. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- drooling
Complete thread -- When the EMS people went over there, the patient was passed out and when he woke sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- choledocholithiasis.
Complete thread -- Ultrasound did not show those lab results (before the wav). Can't get blank
Complete thread -- Ultrasound done showed elevated T bili to 1.6, ALT, AST, elevated alk ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE IN DETAIL: After <____> consent was obtained, the p ...
Complete thread -- Can't get it -- My best guess was...
Complete thread -- nevermind. flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Procedure: 1. MITRAL VALVE REPLACEMENT EMPLOYING A PERICARDIAL TIS ...
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure/evaluation is she having?
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no idea-sorry
Complete thread -- mitral valvuloplasty?
Complete thread -- She understands she will require antibiotic prophylaxis for any other ...
Complete thread -- She developed severe mitral stenosis and underwent balloon mitral valv ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sedation
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- MRI recommendation
Complete thread -- Qvar?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Thought that might be the case but did not want to miss something there.
Complete thread -- drug s/l ovar
Complete thread -- stumbles over "such."
Complete thread -- she started having persistent symptoms associated with abdominal discomfort, sm
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- ^good guess^
Complete thread -- GS, TA (GS=gastrocneumius-soleus, TA=tibialis anterior)
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- like "resistant....
Complete thread -- i'd say quote fits better here.
Complete thread -- GS, TA ?? (only guessing)
Complete thread -- can't tell if saying "cold resistant" or "quote resistant" pls sm
Complete thread -- quad, hamstring, _______, EHL and FHL
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Exactly - that's why there are no posts from me on these sound files.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- you need to pat yourself on the back and send this report on.
Complete thread -- approximated _______ figure-of-eight - Monocryl suture _______ fashion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- yes, that is right, sorry, I should have written it was an AUS report
Complete thread -- haha...you shop like me :)
Complete thread -- I had to look up that GORD - I guess that's the Australian version of GERD (O=oesophageal)
Complete thread -- ostial disease
Complete thread -- That's exactly the kind of furniture "store" I was imagining.
Complete thread -- mid LAD stenosis and proximal ___, GORD, glaucoma
Complete thread -- ahhh ok. and makes sense. i kept hearing in.
Complete thread -- I did see Aaron's furnture has one. They do that rent-to-own, no credit necessary,
Complete thread -- I wonder if people put up a fight when he comes for their La-Z-Boy.
Complete thread -- That's a pretty sad state of affairs when a furniture store needs a repo man.
Complete thread -- ok slowed way way down, and yes THANKS it is repo man
Complete thread -- that is a great thought, but I can really hear an "F" in there, maybe he is stumbling
Complete thread -- repo man? (repossession)
Complete thread -- He works as a **reefle-man** at a furniture store??
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- Toward the end of #1 I think I hear "____ the peritoneum was incised."
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "by the cecum"????
Complete thread -- Thanks both
Complete thread -- No evidence of ______ trocar
Complete thread -- The adhesion ________ was then taken down
Complete thread -- thanks so much guys!
Complete thread -- scalpel _____. Hasson trocar was inserted _____ left upper
Complete thread -- t...
Complete thread -- in duration and number (makes since to me)
Complete thread -- in duration and number (meaning longer shifts and more shifts, I think)
Complete thread -- in duration in number ?? doesn't make a lot of sense to me. wait for another set of ears
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- vlad...
Complete thread -- I do remember sometimes.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!!!!
Complete thread -- bound up (would make sense)
Complete thread -- I agree with bkloli's advice - use the tense dictated, just be consistent.
Complete thread -- No account specifics, but doctor always wants us to correct the grammar.
Complete thread -- The thumb cannot even be flexed enough today for it to get stuck in flexion. It
Complete thread -- Depends on your account specifics. I leave the tense alone, just making
Complete thread -- and put in a
Complete thread -- That's hilarious!
Complete thread -- the Berenstein _______ diagnostic marking pigtail
Complete thread -- Tense of transcription ESL doctor
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows it as two words, but that's an old book.
Complete thread -- Good for them...
Complete thread -- which is correct flatback syndrome or flat back syndrome?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- hey vlad...
Complete thread -- yep, kinda what I was trying to say but you posted it faster.
Complete thread -- Peribulbar is fine, but might be saying "Peribulbar block" OR "Peribulbar, MAC" (2 things)
Complete thread -- maybe peribulbar block? or peribulbar/MAC?
Complete thread -- Correct. See definition below.
Complete thread -- Repatha (if you google "rapatha" you get that as a suggestion)
Complete thread -- drug s/l ra patha
Complete thread -- *Peribulbar* MAC
Complete thread -- It was *spatulated* appropriately and a patch angioplasty
Complete thread -- taco...
Complete thread -- thanks, that's what I heard too but wanted another pair of ears to confirm it.
Complete thread -- I hear ovoid.
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- an MRI that showed trace subarachnoid hemorrhage and a _____ LP.
Complete thread -- She has been followed for a stable small ____ T2 FLAIR abnormality in the right
Complete thread -- got it. vaptans. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- No urgent indication for 3 percent saline or _____ at this time.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sorry, directly
Complete thread -- directed
Complete thread -- The patient also, because of weakness, fell down and hurt her left shoulder, as sm
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I knew I was not hearing hip and that's what VR had, just could not make it
Complete thread -- elbow
Complete thread -- Sorry my question was bilateral __________ surgery. Not sure I hear hip.
Complete thread -- #1 into the anterior chamber??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 and it was in ...can't get #1
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: Bilateral hip surgery.
Complete thread -- A Baerveldt 350 implant was primed and placed behind these muscles and ...
Complete thread -- not really, but said it clearly on another patient so going with it.
Complete thread -- could it be "local"?
Complete thread -- He said it again on another patient. *local*
Complete thread -- mammgram findings:
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- barrel reamer
Complete thread -- A guidepin was passed up through this guide into the center of the int ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- appeared to??
Complete thread -- openingS...1. (can't get) 2. via
Complete thread -- The posterior midline and right lateral opening did communicate with t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- pathway (put a comma after "midline")
Complete thread -- Four-quadrant anoscopy revealed three likely chronic anal fissures at ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tape? buttocks (plural)
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and a perioperative checkl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- FiO2
Complete thread -- After the soft tissue had been cleaned off of the trachea, anesthesia ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- handle
Complete thread -- Using a smooth alligator forceps, the stapes piston was placed into th ...
Complete thread -- MRSE - or MRSA??
Complete thread -- Hmm... That's a thought! I ended up flagging it but I'm going to go look into it! Thanks
Complete thread -- i hear 'absorbable' sutures?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- something sutures - can't get that first word
Complete thread -- #3-0 silk _______ were placed. The mesenteric rent
Complete thread -- *guess it was a bad idea*
Complete thread -- huh? are you the OP coming back and answering your own question?
Complete thread -- P. acnes
Complete thread -- labs for MRSE and s/l PIP
Complete thread -- SI as in sacroiliac?
Complete thread -- I actually think he is saying something like "and 1 S.Y." instrumentation
Complete thread -- ______ s/l "N one S.Y." instrumentation
Complete thread -- Thank you - did google but not as noted before
Complete thread -- that was just cut/pasting of info found - sees to fit
Complete thread -- yes, google "uterine descensus" for more info.
Complete thread -- Descensus of the uterine cervix outside of the vaginal introitus is us ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- extensive? see link for search suggestion
Complete thread -- s/l descensus
Complete thread -- Tp is status post ankle arthroscopy with s/l central debridement,
Complete thread -- vlad...
Complete thread -- t...
Complete thread -- even if he is correcting, it would still make sense the first way...
Complete thread -- thinking an anterior interval release as well
Complete thread -- doubler talker-can't tell if he's correcting himself or not
Complete thread -- It was my business. It was a conversation between vlad and I that you
Complete thread -- vlad...
Complete thread -- taco...
Complete thread -- do you have meat dreams?
Complete thread -- could it be: While in the (instead of following the) ?? but i dont hear following either
Complete thread -- I knew you would pick up on that! Still avoiding the flesh, but I did slip up and buy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- something "umbilical area" (but I don't think it is "following the...")
Complete thread -- s/l uni-lock (as in a single-locking suture technique, but I can't quite document term)
Complete thread -- A glove with a sponge?
Complete thread -- ugh
Complete thread -- This is a
Complete thread -- Following the _______, the fascia was
Complete thread -- placed at the vaginal cuff with ______. Once it was completely
Complete thread -- The ______ sponge was applied
Complete thread -- closest I can find is "Pioneer" hardward for the spine.
Complete thread -- the MEAT of the matter?? But, but... I thought you were vegan?
Complete thread -- how about "there is the KNOWN obvious..." etc (would make better sense)
Complete thread -- SP rotator cuff repair- s/l developing strength -make sense?
Complete thread -- #1 sounds like "blue" something ?
Complete thread -- #1 at the level #2 was cauterized... the edge of the blue (??)
Complete thread -- I think "the level of the bladder" is in there again and "was cauterized __ the edge of
Complete thread -- Once _______ of the bladder with unipolar _______. The same procedure
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- that is what was dictated.
Complete thread -- not sure but you have an extra word in there -
Complete thread -- bladder flap was done?
Complete thread -- I'm not surprised. You've always been great with words and get to the meat of the matter
Complete thread -- s/l poo-jeer hardware
Complete thread -- #2 something "was set up, ready" -- that's all I can get, sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks for calling my words "awesome," vlad. :)
Complete thread -- the bladder ________ was done and uterine
Complete thread -- I got it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the awesome translation into words of the thoughts flitting around in my head
Complete thread -- sorry - this is an
Complete thread -- solution was applied, ______, and Xcel trocar was
Complete thread -- I do not know, but the second sentence makes no sense at all.
Complete thread -- A medium ______ was placed - and the vaginal _________ but not inflated
Complete thread -- the last _______ low-grade SIL
Complete thread -- that's it!
Complete thread -- wonder if that might have been retrocolic?
Complete thread -- A cheap shot thrown on this board wouldn't come anywhere near the doctor.
Complete thread -- lepidic?
Complete thread -- micropapillary and *rapitic* component.
Complete thread -- It's V-Y. Thank you, anyway!
Complete thread -- Achilles tendon rupture
Complete thread -- I guess you've never made a typo and have never misspoken.
Complete thread -- Maybe you should take your own MYOB advice.
Complete thread -- cefoxitin.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The patient was positioned with both arms out and the Foley catheter w ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This is a 25-year-old male restrained passenger in MVC yesterday morni ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- trauma, MVC (pronounced MCV), concern for liver laceration...ischemic
Complete thread -- ileum resection.
Complete thread -- Procedure: DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY, EXPLORATORY LAPAROTOMY, 20 CM DI ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: TRAUMA <____> LACERATION. Po ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with 5-fluorouracil injections?
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: 1. Trabeculectomy with mitomycin C, right eye. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- NM. Thanks.
Complete thread -- *nice find poi!*...sorry, patting myself on the back for that one :)
Complete thread -- ameliorating
Complete thread -- with the goal of ____ scarring
Complete thread -- procedure?
Complete thread -- The risks of surgery had been discussed with the patient and these inc ...
Complete thread -- In the preoperative area, I had also discussed with the patient the op ...
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- adjacent?
Complete thread -- Decrease in hemorrhage in the left convexity posterior left frontal and parietal sm
Complete thread -- Does anyone know where I can find the most up to date MMSE form? TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- minimal central bags and
Complete thread -- This is a 72-year-old female that has redundant skin and hooding of th ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 of spillage
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Three liters of warm...or spillage
Complete thread -- Three liters of warm.......and spilllage
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- into the right paracolic gutter
Complete thread -- A 10-French JP was then inserted in the right mid abdomen <____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- limbs
Complete thread -- Retroperitoneum was identified and no hematoma was noted in zones one, ...
Complete thread -- An enterotomy and colotomy were made using the Bovie and the Endo GIA ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear mistakes dictated every day (some days in nearly every report), but as slowly as
Complete thread -- the right colic pedicle....seating the
Complete thread -- The colon was then divided and the mesentery was ligated from proximal ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Did someone assume something? I though the OP already decided to flag hours ago.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- trying to start a fight? If vlad had said he was *silly* for say 2076, would you
Complete thread -- tangential trajectory; hemodynamic stability and lack of
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- #1 tangential trajectory #2 given the hemodynamic stability and lack of peritonitis
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- GCS 15, hemodynamically
Complete thread -- Upon evaluation, there were notable findings for two bullet wounds, on ...
Complete thread -- after sustaining a gunshot wound to the abdomen. In the trauma bay, t ...
Complete thread -- where I work would need more verification before Assuming
Complete thread -- They're humans, not bots. Since when did making a mistake make someone
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was in respiratory failure and the
Complete thread -- The patient was refusing oral and maxillofacial surgery, consulted ris ...
Complete thread -- I have docs who sometimes dictate the wrong century - "1914" instead of "2014"
Complete thread -- guy got it - attention was turned to the right mandible.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- _____ to the right mandible?
Complete thread -- I have never dictated, but I think it must be really hard. I am
Complete thread -- Sockets were curetted and after irrigation, surgical site was closed u ...
Complete thread -- ....but he's still an idiot for saying 2076 and not catching it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Good answer, poi.
Complete thread -- so that the patient can get the fabrication of?
Complete thread -- This is a 35-year-old female with history of hypertension, diabetes, s ...
Complete thread -- ready-reading
Complete thread -- I bet he is ready some written note, reading 2016 with the 1 looking like a 7. 02/02/2016
Complete thread -- I don't blame you. Obvious misspeak, but who knows what he means?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- confused on what he is saying
Complete thread -- Friendly suggestion: for short questions, post here in the subject line instead of inside.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- PMD? (primary medical doctor)
Complete thread -- Let me try this again! Sorry. :)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- oooh...good answer! New one for me!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Tracheostomy Anesthesia
Complete thread -- okay, that sounds better. ;)
Complete thread -- SM - But i'm not sure on the interference - might work.
Complete thread -- The mesh was firm and desmoplastic in appearance.
Complete thread -- The mesh was firm with desmoplastic *interference*.
Complete thread -- Thanks everybody for listening.
Complete thread -- On another patient he starts the report the same way and says
Complete thread -- I think I hear "veins." Maybe he wants "Veins: Posterior..."?
Complete thread -- gosh... can't you get any easy jobs? LOL. Sorry, I'm no help here.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: ________ posterior left tibial veins, peroneal vein, popl ...
Complete thread -- pretty much what I was getting too..haha. Thanks taco
Complete thread -- but it is Ray-Tec (hyphenated)
Complete thread -- see link - and I also use pubovesicocervical as all one word, I guess your choice -
Complete thread -- you're welcome :) - I did listen and heard "hiss-ah" so I didn't post.
Complete thread -- s/l RayTec and Metzenbaum scissors
Complete thread -- going to flag it. Thanks to those that listened.
Complete thread -- it is always helpful to include a diagnosis or some kind of history...
Complete thread -- Imitrex (for migraines) ??
Complete thread -- drug list teenage girl
Complete thread -- A pelvic ultrasound examination was performed via the _____abdominal a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ATTESTATION: I am the attending surgeon, and I was present...
Complete thread -- Somewhere in #2 I think I hear "specimen". Can you check other OP
Complete thread -- I did an exact phrase search to see if google could
Complete thread -- That depends. If he's trying to say he wants to make
Complete thread -- Attestation _____ surgeon _____ skin incision _____. The patient was transferred to
Complete thread -- Lungs are clear with no rhonchi, rales, or s/l ronking. Cardiac exam is...TIA!
Complete thread -- does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I got the rest.
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- *as was* the recurrent laryngeal nerve. (not "This was")
Complete thread -- 1. where similar
Complete thread -- intact & palpable is the first one. can't make out the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- A few questions
Complete thread -- intact to _____. The recurrent laryngeal nerve was intact _____ injury.
Complete thread -- Still have same blanks but heard differently before the second blank
Complete thread -- attachments ________ #2-0 Vicryl ties AND with a current _____ vascular attachments
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Help: Client keeps changing things - hyphenate this but not that which has been
Complete thread -- Might be RAR (renal to aortic ratio) (see link, page 4)
Complete thread -- thanks for the clue. Found it - renal aortic ratio (RAR)
Complete thread -- sounds like RAI, can't verify.
Complete thread -- The bilateral renal artery Doppler is within normal limits. _______ o ...
Complete thread -- ketamine ? I googled and this is what I found.
Complete thread -- Thanks I thought she was saying 103 but VR put 102 and it always makes me question what sm
Complete thread -- 103
Complete thread -- Veterinary Medicine
Complete thread -- Glucose is 81, sodium 136, potassium 4.6, chloride __________ , bicarbonate 28.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- great emphasis in the left eye. #2 done in another state where there may have been sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- The patient presented with history of somewhat asymmetric glaucoma wit ...
Complete thread -- Folcaps Omega 3 one daily
Complete thread -- sm for medication list
Complete thread -- You're welcome! :)
Complete thread -- thanks Jeannine
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. second wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- with associated moderate osteophytic degenerative changes
Complete thread -- 2nd blank not on the wav
Complete thread -- Marked narrowing of the C4-5 and C6-7 intervertebral disc spaces ____ ...
Complete thread -- right hydronephrosis
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right ureteral stone 1 cm, 2 bladder stones, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- upstream
Complete thread -- ERCP revealed ampullary stenosis with s/l up-seemed dilation of TIA!
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Her all bone was able to be covered with muscle and skin. Sterile  ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "an incisional V.A.C. dressing" (see link)
Complete thread -- Given the infected nature and the need for further plastic surgery cov ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "abscess"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Additionally there were"
Complete thread -- A thorough dissection between the fibula and tibia revealed an <__ ...
Complete thread -- Prior to incision, the distal anterior tibia was noted to be in the su ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- i tried but could not get it. sorry
Complete thread -- The patient then underwent subsequent procedures including debridement ...
Complete thread -- The patient eventually recovered a lot and her congestive heart failure, acute sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- output drainage?
Complete thread -- The patient will remain nonweightbearing to left lower extremity. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I am finding Morel-Lavallťe lesion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Over the past few days, she has been persistently febrie
Complete thread -- jumped in an apparent suicide attempt??
Complete thread -- sustained a left open femur fracture, and Morel-Lavele lesion on the s ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 25-year-old female well known to our service, jumped ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- maybe just adjustment (no s)
Complete thread -- Adjustments
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: LEFT THIGH MOREL-LAVELE LESION. Proc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Bulb syringe with
Complete thread -- The wound was inspected just proximal to the antecubital fossa. The v ...
Complete thread -- well, yeah -it's OK when a baby farts and burps (or pees and poops)- it's what they do,
Complete thread -- yeah... between the two of us, we may have got more than the OP got.
Complete thread -- glad you got more than I did. I gave up absolutely frustrated with this and the last one
Complete thread -- ... and the inferior pole vessels were
Complete thread -- at each point confirming the recurrent laryngeal nerve was well ___ and...
Complete thread -- allowing division of the inferior thyroid(or thyroidal?) branches
Complete thread -- recurrent laryngeal nerve is in there somewhere but dangit she needs to slow her butt down
Complete thread -- confirmed with ______ dissected and ligated
Complete thread -- in the larynx. _____ branches, which
Complete thread -- got it - only 6 mL/kg #postitsolveit
Complete thread -- I recommend low tidal volume of __________ with a rate of around 20.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- i give up. She's going a mile a minute and by the time I type something, I'm lost .
Complete thread -- 1. The left thyroid vein was identified and ligated
Complete thread -- 2. is The superior pole was ... (so confusing with so many blanks, hard to keep up with
Complete thread -- wait... the recurrent laryngeal nerve was identified with the blood supply intact.
Complete thread -- 3rd is "which were controlled" 4. is a just stutter with the blood supply...
Complete thread -- Multiple questions
Complete thread -- subplatysmal
Complete thread -- with electrocautery. _____ flaps were raised superiorly and
Complete thread -- planned along the natural skin crease and infiltrated with...
Complete thread -- planned with.... ? sorry, I'm not much help here. Lots of static?
Complete thread -- Transverse cervical incision was _____ with a mixture of
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sent before finishing. We normally changed to "pass flatus" but let it go on the baby
Complete thread -- Yeah, I had one dictator on old account that liked to use "burp" and "fart" with babies
Complete thread -- and consented freely to the procedure
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- accepted the risk and ______ procedure
Complete thread -- I have some peds doctors who says things like "peeing and pooping well"
Complete thread -- more of it happened this afternoon.
Complete thread -- The latter hasn't come up yet on this account. If it does, I'll probably try to slip in a
Complete thread -- black stool and _______ this afternoon.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We use "pee" (and "poop" too) if they dictate it that way.
Complete thread -- I can hear it either way, but I like "fixed" better actually in this context.
Complete thread -- s/l fixed to me - but I'm way late on the answer :)
Complete thread -- I first thought it was thick but then heard what seemed to be an f. Kind of a toss up.
Complete thread -- Your thought is what made me think of it. Maybe this one was a little less than semi. :)
Complete thread -- I like vlad's guess better than mine.
Complete thread -- or maybe thick? (but could be "fixed" too)
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- fixed?
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, we have to type pee if dictated.
Complete thread -- He does run the risk of developing a __ stricture and needing surgery
Complete thread -- Gently might sound like jelly but just a guess.
Complete thread -- all I can think of is "semi-curved"
Complete thread -- A dorsal **jelly** curved incision was made around the ulnar aspect of the left small
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- because of the use of chemotherapy (she stumbled on "her")
Complete thread -- Because of her ___ of chemotherapy in the past, I do recommend just rechecking her
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there
Complete thread -- and delayed?
Complete thread -- glue
Complete thread -- bleeding __________ initially
Complete thread -- 76-year-old woman who *rippa* for pancreatic cancer eight years
Complete thread -- necessary anastomosis ________ gastric emptying
Complete thread -- Distally, after cleaning out the adventitia, we felt there was a possi ...
Complete thread -- With this, we were able to decompress the ventricle while we were stil ...
Complete thread -- The branches were looped and after heparinizing the patient, a #23 aor ...
Complete thread -- There was a large vessel. The branches were looped and after heparini ...
Complete thread -- There was a complete destruction of his ascending aorta and the beginn ...
Complete thread -- The patient stated that she first noticed a lump about 10 years prior ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- standing up when mom was ("is") doing
Complete thread -- She was standing at _____ doing face painting.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- endothelium side up on a Busin glide (nothing there for first blank)
Complete thread -- The underside of the host endothelium around the peripheral edges of t ...
Complete thread -- But I just figured it out. LOL
Complete thread -- It's there.
Complete thread -- old wav there.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- centered at 11 o'clock to plan for
Complete thread -- History of __________ and seizure disorder.
Complete thread -- Attention was directed to the patientís eye. A 7.5 mm handheld trephi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- #1 Optisol
Complete thread -- I hear "8 o'clock in peripheral clear cornea"
Complete thread -- #2 handheld
Complete thread -- This donor button was stored under <____> until needed. Atten ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Optisol
Complete thread -- Attention was directed to the donor cornea and a 7.5 vacuum Barron-Hes ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear sew in technique
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Aphakia and pseudophakic bullous keratopathy, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- clouding
Complete thread -- A subsequent pars plana vitrectomy retina surgery was performed to rem ...
Complete thread -- I also questioned it because why would they take multiples in this case?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- ventilator
Complete thread -- CHEST: Clear to auscultation bilaterally with radiated __________ noise as expected.
Complete thread -- But of course we know they are not necessarily good about the grammer part. LOL
Complete thread -- I thought I heard multiple too. Then questioned it because he said "it" showed .....
Complete thread -- Once KUB was obtained?
Complete thread -- Multiple KUBs obtained?
Complete thread -- I Just now realized if you open the thread the time is there.
Complete thread -- Oh okay. I had no idea when it was from. Posting now.
Complete thread -- that old wav was hours ago
Complete thread -- pending what?
Complete thread -- __________ KUB was obtained. It showed that he had some dilated loops of bowel sm
Complete thread -- oh i see. interesting. funny video. :-)
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- PEG Placement
Complete thread -- wow, that is a bad soundfile. Sorry I can't help.
Complete thread -- 1. The potential spread of HCC in the ____ and the potential complicat ...
Complete thread -- oh, and you're a wonderful person too! Haha!
Complete thread -- very nice list BB!
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- a few I've made note of SM
Complete thread -- see link on how to search for term usage verification
Complete thread -- Gynecological
Complete thread -- LOL @ purulent cat. I hate VR and am so glad we don't use that where I work.
Complete thread -- I gave my opinion below...
Complete thread -- This is a far better reference list for actual slang terms. Thanks for posting, lb.
Complete thread -- *gigglesnort* thanks Poi! *as I blow on my fingernails and shine them on my shirt*
Complete thread -- oh, and you're a wonderful person too haha!
Complete thread -- Thanks LB for posting a great slang list - except for the pus-like :) I printed this one
Complete thread -- FYI - here is my list, in case ya wanna check it out.
Complete thread -- No post, but I did add "my list of slang" that we just got at work the other day onto
Complete thread -- My List from work:
Complete thread -- you posted a great sounds like lol
Complete thread -- oops..my bad, posted this in the wrong place
Complete thread -- it was a great sounds like haha
Complete thread -- listen for venous ("looked like, like venous"?)
Complete thread -- backflow of what looked like s/l*la-keen-ous* blood
Complete thread -- (although in my measly defense, he didn't pronounce it nowhere near that)
Complete thread -- I CANNOT believe I didn't get that! LOL.
Complete thread -- emphysematous
Complete thread -- s/l in fuh cid a mous pyelonephritis.
Complete thread -- I wish billybob had the time and patience to delete all her trash posts.
Complete thread -- Interesting. It's apparently a Hebrew word too. I use the phrase "yada yada yada" kind of
Complete thread -- u know japanese Vlad? yada means no in japanese i think. lol
Complete thread -- traked = trached
Complete thread -- I used this...
Complete thread -- That could be a match
Complete thread -- yersinia ? (Yersinia pestis is plague)
Complete thread -- Veterinary...bacterial infection
Complete thread -- Too funny. I totally missed that. Looks like the person preaching about regional
Complete thread -- That seems to fit..
Complete thread -- can you hear "thalamic"?
Complete thread -- Brain mass
Complete thread -- THANKS! But you left out a slang term you taught us once before: "tacopseudo = takotsubo"
Complete thread -- I think you just have to take this list with the same grain of salt you take with all the
Complete thread -- 4Rs=four hours? -- the word "hours" sounds like "Rs" -- that doesn't make it "slang"
Complete thread -- Yada yada yada. Vank pace is still not viable. Think someone didn't hear the T in paste.
Complete thread -- Chuckle
Complete thread -- well, if it can't be verified, never heard of before, doesn't make sense. it needs flagged
Complete thread -- Of course all areas need to be thought of, that is what MTing is about
Complete thread -- evidently gent & vanc, was deleted inadvertently; see the space after "F" entry sm
Complete thread -- Oh well, you put amp and gent (missed it). I guess trig would make me think of
Complete thread -- You forgot gent for gentamicin (vanc and gent). I question "vank pace" because pace is 1
Complete thread -- We have a list of slang at work, and most of these are okay to put. But, thanks for
Complete thread -- agree, An anxiolytic is a medication or other intervention that inhibits anxiety
Complete thread -- That must be it..
Complete thread -- anxiolysis?
Complete thread -- Ventricular assist device
Complete thread -- slang terms - sharing often heard slang for archives sm
Complete thread -- hahaha!! yes, I tried thesaurus as well, oh well haha
Complete thread -- yeah, I just checked the dictionary...I knew that one would be trouble!
Complete thread -- I thought it would be like procreate too ... don't feel bad. LOLOLOL
Complete thread -- and the google searches to try and figure it out were a jaw dropper lol! Thanks!
Complete thread -- this may be what he means, he just says "pro-pree-ate" lol!
Complete thread -- copulate?
Complete thread -- penetrate?
Complete thread -- blank sounds like pro-pree-ate, no idea, brain not working
Complete thread -- I'm sure taco nailed it.
Complete thread -- I'm researching along the lines of "___ humidification" ...give me a minute
Complete thread -- true dat
Complete thread -- actually, after further review, I think you got it LB
Complete thread -- heated humidification
Complete thread -- CPAP titration study
Complete thread -- thanks to both. I flagged it.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sometimes googling less is more.
Complete thread -- google invaginate - turned inside out or folded back on itself to form a cavity or pouch.
Complete thread -- hand wound-invaginated-zero Goggle
Complete thread -- could S/L pyradoxine a little bit, but not sure.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Sequential compression devices were placed on bilateral lower extremit ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 49-year-old male with no significant past medical his ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- She was brought into the emergency room with an increase in head circu ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "septal cartilage" or "septal angle cartilage" ?????
Complete thread -- sounds to me like it starts with a P, no?
Complete thread -- still working on the other s/l
Complete thread -- "bruised" ....yes...(see link)...
Complete thread -- and thyroxine.
Complete thread -- s/b fashioned (not fashion)....I'm still working on your s/l
Complete thread -- Claritin, tamsulosin, allopurinol, aspirin, _______
Complete thread -- Nasal Tip Cosmetic Surgery.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes. (See google hits)
Complete thread -- Septorhinoplasty
Complete thread -- and the inhibitions it places on
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the inhibitations it places on
Complete thread -- Given his limited range of motion and the _____ places on his function ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. I wrote "raft"
Complete thread -- I tried and failed.
Complete thread -- Moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Plate confirmation was confirmed using radiographs and then 2.7 mm cor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- of his fracture, the intraarticular nature, that
Complete thread -- chronicity...that he should undergo
Complete thread -- I had a long discussion with the patient given the <____> of h ...
Complete thread -- tacks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- then folded in with 2 types of mesh and sutured into place using...tabs?
Complete thread -- The lungs showed diffuse s/l secret emphysematous changes. TIA!
Complete thread -- abdominal wall. Once the four sutures were tied, an
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The skin incision was increased using electrocautery. The mesh was ro ...
Complete thread -- 1. The suture...to pull up the 2. and approximate the mesh..
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- can't verify "fascia was neat" usage, just what I heard
Complete thread -- at the umbilicus was neat and a ...suture was placed
Complete thread -- Attention was then turned to closing the umbilical incision site. The ...
Complete thread -- Incisions were made in the skin at 12, 3, 6, and 9 oíclock along the a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think I hear "inside of a" but see what you think.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- There was no sign of bowel damage. In the left upper quadrant, there ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No "and" after ligation.
Complete thread -- Given her, a port site.
Complete thread -- A CT scan was performed which revealed an anterolateral abdominal wall ...
Complete thread -- I think U may be hearing "fill effect" (see google hits and peruse how the term is used)
Complete thread -- The tumor was sent for permanent analysis. Electrocautery was used to obtain sm
Complete thread -- type...great white...in the Find box at the top
Complete thread -- I find both Great White grasper/forceps and Great White blade....so
Complete thread -- skin arthroplasty makes not much sense to me. skin plasty works well, though.
Complete thread -- Also grammar of sentence requires "was performed" (not were) since procedure
Complete thread -- I'm inclined to think "additia" = "additional" ...not sure about rest.
Complete thread -- I think the last part of it is "end" based on the sound and further description...but
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- The same exact procedure with no **additia solutions** were performed of the third or
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think he says "pocket site. She has old..."
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- pin (wag)?
Complete thread -- ivr - interventional radiology - probably
Complete thread -- Line Placement
Complete thread -- blade to expose the *mop pan* on both sides
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I had, and was not having luck finding an answer to this question specifically
Complete thread -- check above in the archives (just type in firefox)...
Complete thread -- she has old ______ scars from the left pectoral area
Complete thread -- maybe brought through?
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I can now hear that thanks to your help! :)
Complete thread -- aspirin, calcitonin, vitamin D, *metal*, erythromycin ophthalmic ointment
Complete thread -- bipolar pacemaker system *brought to the* abdominal site.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- #1 antibiotic, #2 table and
Complete thread -- Does anyone know how to play audios WAV, MP3, in Firefox?
Complete thread -- new doc, no past reports to verify what he is saying. Stat op report :(
Complete thread -- Pen-V is what I hear.
Complete thread -- Her allergies include ___,Rulide and Somac.
Complete thread -- forceps followed by the 4.2 *great white* incisor and
Complete thread -- thanks vlad. Alupent (he never says "and")
Complete thread -- Alupent, Flagyl? Or maybe it's "___ and Flagyl" (if so, I can't get it).
Complete thread -- Allergies: ________, Flagyl.
Complete thread -- 15/15?
Complete thread -- elevated ?
Complete thread -- WAG - colostomy?
Complete thread -- Missed abortion per ultrasound
Complete thread -- Yeah, me too. I used to have to do daily progress notes on my foster kids...
Complete thread -- "she" "sheil" "chiel" ostomy? Brain dead here. Thx.
Complete thread -- I'm just detail oriented, not necessarily interesting. :)
Complete thread -- ahhh thank you nm!
Complete thread -- mentioned on
Complete thread -- surveillance colonoscopy with a repeat in two years' time, a little earlier than ___
Complete thread -- Rx maybe?
Complete thread -- yup...can't just publish it for the all world. Might want to sell it someday!
Complete thread -- agree. speak up and cut out the person talking behind him.
Complete thread -- it was interesting! Taco, that best part is, if anyone else asks, you can just cut/paste!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Now I'm curious - so you need to get a page and tell me your story.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- current ___ for now (can't get the other word - he needs to speak up!)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #1 - acid was? (lactic acid?) #2 chronically
Complete thread -- Continue _______.
Complete thread -- 2nd one is chronically on the vent. the first one is too low and mumbly with background
Complete thread -- No wonder. I'd have to turn that question into a very long story myself.
Complete thread -- creatinine of 3.2. _______ 1.2. - encephalopathy _____ on the vent with end-stage re
Complete thread -- Few scattered
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Good thing I don't text...
Complete thread -- Chest: ______ coarse breath sounds
Complete thread -- i meant, it is tunneled hemodialysis - but the "right, he might be saying "a" or nothing
Complete thread -- Not sure, maybe "right" knee - and tunneled hemodialysis catheter?
Complete thread -- respiratory failure, ______ knee replacement, trach, PEG, ______ dialysis catheter
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm like that with my texting. I think people are afraid to text me anymore because I
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- you're welcome - just email poi to find us when you're ready.
Complete thread -- I say yes, because of reference to the distal radius as anatomy.
Complete thread -- dictating "distal" twice. is it ok to put it twice?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the sign-up page, taco. It looks easy enough, if I ever get around to it. :)
Complete thread -- feculent?
Complete thread -- s/l fecalin appearing material
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l "vein of interest" (???) (had she been looking for a vein?)
Complete thread -- #1 sat #2 the thyroid (and your left out a word - once that was done, *though*, there...)
Complete thread -- At this point, we could resect and shell out the entire superior aspec ...
Complete thread -- She will dictate that separately, but once she was able to locate the ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- about the region of the
Complete thread -- She was prepped and draped in a supine position with her arms tucked a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops - I mean "Nerveana"
Complete thread -- or just "Nereana" -- I cut and pasted it.
Complete thread -- Nervešnaģ
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Once adequate anesthesia was obtained by switching her preexisting sin ...
Complete thread -- presents to us because the medical team does not feel that they could extubate her
Complete thread -- ops-just got it-kneeling
Complete thread -- SP knee arthroscopy s/l squatting and s/l nearing activities
Complete thread -- She has a large substernal goiter that she has known about for many ye ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- epaulet
Complete thread -- then the cyst (did she have an ovarian cyst?)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying epaulette (the area where military wore fringe on the shoulders of the
Complete thread -- adding again
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- coagulated and incised, and _______ was allowed to sit in
Complete thread -- shoulder s/l apalat region
Complete thread -- old wav still
Complete thread -- and posterior endometrial
Complete thread -- uterus was _______ palpate
Complete thread -- anterior posterior _______ surfaces of the uterine cavity
Complete thread -- thanks - i thouoght i might have heard situation
Complete thread -- situation? suggestion?
Complete thread -- Forgot to add my ? "a session?"
Complete thread -- a session
Complete thread -- readmitted because of _______ of near syncope
Complete thread -- Thx! I didn't even think of it that way. He's always "getting at" something...
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- cortical thinning?
Complete thread -- marked renal s/l cord in-bending suggesting longstanding obstructive uropathy. TIA!
Complete thread -- after taking the time to do further research, I think Q is correct on
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- link of my google search
Complete thread -- BOS3 section 9.4.2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying #2 transection
Complete thread -- weaken it at this point....transaction
Complete thread -- This began the area of the depression superiorly that was noted with t ...
Complete thread -- sorry, I wasn't paying attention for not 4
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't use the negative sign much, but I don't know if there is a rule about it
Complete thread -- features. 4.?
Complete thread -- negative sign or negative here?
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: A 23-year-old gravida 2, para 1-0-0-1 at 40-1/7 weeks with ...
Complete thread -- I shouldn't have just said guy...I need plenty of help too
Complete thread -- see Q? If we were all facebook friends, guy could just send you a message
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. posted wav for #2. thanks.
Complete thread -- cleared from the pelvis
Complete thread -- WAV does not include #2 blank sentence
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 the left and right lateral positions
Complete thread -- to a total pressure of
Complete thread -- #2 to a total
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. anybody for blank #2?
Complete thread -- Two 5-mm ports were then placed in <____> position under direc ...
Complete thread -- Also s/b secure (not secured)
Complete thread -- tag
Complete thread -- Prior to port placement, a #0 Vicryl on a UR-6 was used to <____&# ...
Complete thread -- Arndt blocker...
Complete thread -- Renal cell cancer
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a quarter turn
Complete thread -- Just thinking. He usually dictates fovea and parafovea. That must have been what he meant.
Complete thread -- The lag screw was placed in compression mode in order to get more comp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- ahhh..me thinks you got it, poi!
Complete thread -- (not sure about hypen or not)
Complete thread -- A ball spect pusher was placed? ?
Complete thread -- A ball spike pusher was placed
Complete thread -- The incision for the eventual laxity was templated out with a radioluc ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- fovea and "afovea" dictated. Cannot document "afovea". Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sent out and?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 72-year-old male status post fall, initially evaluate ...
Complete thread -- typo by me...or relisten for accuracy (not 'or')
Complete thread -- Also 108 (per this website) is quite high...even compared to the
Complete thread -- To "4. What is the normal pressure for the right ventricle?
Complete thread -- Would seem so. (see link for example, scroll down the page to 4. for example)
Complete thread -- (angiogram) RA pressure "22 on 19 on 18" with RV pressure of 108. Sm plse
Complete thread -- vlad....
Complete thread -- egad
Complete thread -- Thanks taco. Now that you mention, I'm sure my niece or someone in the family has told me
Complete thread -- Probably "dichotomies" (check spelling.)
Complete thread -- TY!!
Complete thread -- We made small *the-cotomies* at the A3 and distal A2 and proximal A4 pulleys and dila
Complete thread -- I&A - irrigation and aspiration?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- febrile
Complete thread -- There is also no history of ____ illness in the past.
Complete thread -- Please note that when s/l*IMA* was performed for capsular removal, a capsular rent wa
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think he said "had been"
Complete thread -- Packing ______ placed within the ventricle
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Nice to know I am not alone.no cell,no FB,only tech social media email and this board. :)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ???effect???
Complete thread -- Final tissue diagnosis was brain with reactive gliosis, negative for malignancy, and
Complete thread -- What is the procedure being done? Perhaps I could further research.
Complete thread -- Part of it might be "(next line) The tails _______" ????
Complete thread -- #1 no tension
Complete thread -- #2 bulky
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there
Complete thread -- Not sure, but nylon isn't capitalized. Though,he does say "next line" ___ appears ____.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The flaps appeared fully viable and under _____ at the termination of the procedure.
Complete thread -- using gentle electrocauterization(?)/electrocautery application(?)
Complete thread -- _____. The small dog ears were further sharply scored
Complete thread -- sharp pair of....each other
Complete thread -- It posted and you got your answer(s) - you just haven't acknowledged the help you received
Complete thread -- aid of small _____ scissors, skin - towards the _____ and towards midline of wound
Complete thread -- sorry, please ignore, thought it didn't post
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was obtained _____ application.
Complete thread -- material. No _____ to the overlying wound repair.
Complete thread -- man, I've listened several times and I can't tell if he says Xylo or lido.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- oh - I thought mt posted in wrong place, but it's the same answer in both places.
Complete thread -- it's what mt said below -- (new paragraph) Attention was directed to...
Complete thread -- can't get it at all - sorry.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I do hear lidocaine. But I agree that he's just stuttering over the 30 mL.
Complete thread -- still hear old wav
Complete thread -- No _____ to the overlying wound
Complete thread -- (new paragraph) Attention was directed
Complete thread -- termination of the procedure. _____ to the left arm
Complete thread -- not sure, but I heard subcutaneous change not lesions?
Complete thread -- I hear 1% xylocaine mumblejumble 30 mL (if you go by the BOS, it is mL and not cc).
Complete thread -- the left hand and _____ full-thickness skin tissues
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: 1% lidocaine _____ 30 cc
Complete thread -- that's what i heard
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- on site ??
Complete thread -- as ___ outpatient
Complete thread -- first dose of antibiotics ______, intravenously
Complete thread -- future revisional surgery _______ patient
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- ?psychiatric drug s/l Cele-Pro-Bix
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- The patient is 3 months status post resection of a _____ right occipital anaplastic
Complete thread -- Yes, as apposed to malocclusion ?
Complete thread -- dang, isgal beat me to it! (I hear what she hears)
Complete thread -- got it - extensor digitorum communis
Complete thread -- never mind, my headphones weren't plugged in. don't know your blank though, sorry.
Complete thread -- #1 dizziness #2 or other constitutional symptoms
Complete thread -- I don't hear any mp4
Complete thread -- taco
Complete thread -- particularly ______ area
Complete thread -- There are grossly normal jaw movements, as well as *occlusion*.
Complete thread -- vomiting, _____, headache, or facial symptoms _______.
Complete thread -- dominant male who incurred _____ injuries after falling
Complete thread -- isgal...
Complete thread -- I'm definitely the last FB holdout on earth. I do have a cell phone but it has no texting
Complete thread -- vlad...
Complete thread -- opening a can of ?something?
Complete thread -- okay thanks Q. That's what I suspected she was saying just wanted to verify.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't think of anything. I assume you cannot post a WAV.
Complete thread -- I think she might be saying "as such"
Complete thread -- . Complaining of chest pain whenever he coughs. No significant shortness of sm
Complete thread -- 5-year-old boy who fell s/l*opening conoshare* and sustained a left su ...
Complete thread -- Thank you....
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- sure, google inotrope or inotropic agent.
Complete thread -- that link didn't work. Type t'd in archive box, upper left
Complete thread -- check tee in dictation..teed would work. Also, see link to archives discussion
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- Bypass Surgery
Complete thread -- veered?
Complete thread -- Heart Surgery
Complete thread -- You're very welcome. I have that on a sticky note on my monitor.
Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- I am concerned about "hyperplastic" because as I was trying
Complete thread -- fluff to curious
Complete thread -- fluff to vlad
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks from me too, poi, but I'm afraid I am a FB holdout also. I also don't tweet or do
Complete thread -- Following completion of hemostasis, the skin was then reapproximated w ...
Complete thread -- "Tubercle" is exactly what it sounded like, but I was solving it from context.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody.
Complete thread -- disregard, tibial cut makes more sense.
Complete thread -- well, sounds like tubercle?
Complete thread -- Blank is "The tibial cut" and it's actually "baseplate was then sized"
Complete thread -- Can't get your blank, but it is "baseplate was sized" not "base plane was incised"
Complete thread -- ditto - that's what I hear and it doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- The tibia was exposed and all random menisci were then removed. The e ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not be full with a? (though not sure what he means)
Complete thread -- Then, femoral sizing confirmed the size 2.5 with appropriate external ...
Complete thread -- If you read the post, her question was about the comma, in the quotes or out?
Complete thread -- uh-oh
Complete thread -- I think "step class is the name of the particular class
Complete thread -- hmm is location inside U.S. for term. May be getting at use of a "pram"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the invitation. :) Unfortunately, I've been trying to avoid Facebook as much
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- metoprolol, clopidogrel, baby aspirin, losartan, atorvastatin, probiotics, and ____.
Complete thread -- Definitely no -tory sound. More like preambuler. I sent in but will post when report is
Complete thread -- Could it be something like "preambulatory" ...as in a toddler or infant???
Complete thread -- I don't think a comma is necessary here...
Complete thread -- Should the comma go inside or outside of quotes? Thanks.
Complete thread -- step class, no different than yoga class - though I don't understand your quotes..did the
Complete thread -- She is *s/l preambulare* so we did not have her walk
Complete thread -- "step class", or "step class,"......??
Complete thread -- See inside for explanation...
Complete thread -- To the person who explained difference between "in to" and "into" below, thank you so
Complete thread -- i'd hyphen in that case, since it is used as an adjective.
Complete thread -- peg leg or peg-leg?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- oops..here's the link
Complete thread -- What an interesting quest....here is a link with a list
Complete thread -- :) lol
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- speaking of Ms. I-Stand-Pat, I haven't seen her around here lately. There's another nm
Complete thread -- Here is the reason why mildly to moderately obese should not be
Complete thread -- frozen section for "control of" margins (?) (the phrase googles pretty well)
Complete thread -- Bingo!
Complete thread -- mildly to moderately obese.
Complete thread -- looking for a word regarding frozen section margins, sm pls
Complete thread -- Guess she was pointing out that some words ending in ly are adjectives (like "scholarly")
Complete thread -- cool beans. thanks!
Complete thread -- I just typed "ly words" into the old archives and found this from Q in 2008:
Complete thread -- Well, that's why I said Q would know more. :)
Complete thread -- No because moderately is an adverb ending in ly. They don't get hyphenated.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes, but Q could tell you more of why to hyphenate. I don't know why, just know that I
Complete thread -- Hyphenated, yes.
Complete thread -- mild-to-moderately obese...would you hyphenate this?
Complete thread -- Cozaar is the brand name.
Complete thread -- Isn't losartan a generic? Not capitalized.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Could he be saying WPW? (Wolff-Parkinson-White)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He has a past history of *W W* with ablation as well
Complete thread -- no problem-o. thanks for the thanks. :)
Complete thread -- Can't tell if it is ITP or IGP but find IGAP - inferior gluteal artery perforator (IGAP)
Complete thread -- As we discussed, you are considering an ___ flap for coverage following drilling of
Complete thread -- thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- (he's just pronouncing it wrong)
Complete thread -- it is clopidogrel
Complete thread -- clopidrigel (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Agree with a. If he said "eighth inch" then "an" -
Complete thread -- His current medications include amlodipine, atorvastatin, ____, and Dexilant.
Complete thread -- if using numbers, I also would type *a* (warning - definitely not a grammar queen)
Complete thread -- Supine Knee Flexion Test positive for *a/an* 1/8-inch right-sided decrease in
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "netting" would make sense, though it's redundant with "net loss"...
Complete thread -- and 4400 cc were retrieved*letting* a net loss of 100
Complete thread -- I found the same as you. ?
Complete thread -- oops meant dermatofibroma :(
Complete thread -- dermatofibrima elastase?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. That was very helpful!
Complete thread -- You want the 2-word version (in to) when the "to" means "in order to"
Complete thread -- We sure did - thanks poi, bkloli, and vlad for your help.
Complete thread -- well, "peroneal" is a word also, but refers to lower leg anatomy.
Complete thread -- Yes, I thought so. I misspelled peroneal above. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- perineal dressing - I'm not 100% sure, but it would make good sense.
Complete thread -- Will post again. THanks.
Complete thread -- man, I only got one listen in before you took down the wav.
Complete thread -- Will turn in. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I posted mp3 now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Liposuction of mons and abdominoplasty, s/l peroneal dressing applied at the end.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- good job, nm!
Complete thread -- I think that's it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Brilliant, Billybob!
Complete thread -- voting machine?
Complete thread -- into is fine.
Complete thread -- Brought in to or brought into? Patient was brought in to/into the ER. (see inside)
Complete thread -- 72-year-old female status post fall
Complete thread -- and vessel distended with Plasma-Lyte
Complete thread -- sent in
Complete thread -- According to the patient, the patient denies any symptoms of unusual chest sm
Complete thread -- sent in.
Complete thread -- The patient's other labs include hemoglobin and hematocrit were 11.8 and 33.2. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- lab errors
Complete thread -- This was further explored and was mobilized off of the thyroid gland i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- running
Complete thread -- The thyroid vein was clipped and cut with scissors in order to gain mo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- referred from Endocrine at Jacobi
Complete thread -- She also had a localizing sestamibi scan to the right side done at Jac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was confused if it was "to 68"
Complete thread -- to 268
Complete thread -- A superior parathyroid gland appreciated and removed initially but onl ...
Complete thread -- thank you. You're welcome, we tried
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I can't get any more of it.
Complete thread -- scroll down to the highlighted word "flushed" which is near the sentence with "pedicle"
Complete thread -- oops..."was" not "is"
Complete thread -- He's not saying "bed" I think he's saying "pedicle is attached" (see link)
Complete thread -- nevermind the all caps. i just copy pasted from the report as it is.
Complete thread -- Procedures: 1. CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING EMPLOYING AORTOSAPH ...
Complete thread -- What are the names of the procedures he's dictating? Perhaps I can do better research.
Complete thread -- I don't think he's saying "bed", but "vessel" ....what do you think?
Complete thread -- or maybe ???the anastomosis???
Complete thread -- #1 ???reanastomosis???
Complete thread -- The left anterior descending coronary artery was now opened in its mid ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- could taco's *something* be lumen??
Complete thread -- I'm not sure about "encountered" - a 2.5 mm (a two and a half millimeter something)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "a 2-1/2" (two and a half) *something*" - I could be wrong
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- kinda sounds like this was "sent" in etc. but...
Complete thread -- The proximal anastomosis was now constructed to left side of the ascen ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- much better wav (for others who might be able to help) posted
Complete thread -- "and this was ___ in Plasma-Lyte solution" ??? can't quite get it...
Complete thread -- it does cut off, but it something in "Plasma-Lyte solution" - can you post longer clip?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- no period after *undergone* (that might appear misleading)
Complete thread -- the wav cuts off at the blank...though not sure I could get it anyway
Complete thread -- and relates this has undergone. I would also leave in the upper..."right upper lobe lung
Complete thread -- Endoscopic harvesting of the greater saphenous vein was carried out fr ...
Complete thread -- Because of his recent infarction and history of angina, he wished to p ...
Complete thread -- That must be it...
Complete thread -- venae comitantes?
Complete thread -- Ventral Hernia Surgery
Complete thread -- Yep, late for the party again. When I saw we had heard the same, I knew we had to be
Complete thread -- Same for BoS3
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS2 is says NOT to use a hyphen (but to use the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- eroding
Complete thread -- On evaluation of her CT, it appears that she has very localized areas of calcinosis
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have to use the degree symbol for my account.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- scleroderma
Complete thread -- She has a history of ____, as you know.
Complete thread -- I'd also put 35-40 degrees (not the degrees sign).... where i work we cant use that..
Complete thread -- If it was me..I'd period after rotation. He has some mild..
Complete thread -- Long sentence. Is my comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- thank you! you're welcome!
Complete thread -- I think you got it vlad, though we were both too late :)
Complete thread -- Googling that in quotes does pinpoint it to Australia, but I sure don't like the way he's
Complete thread -- I heard that too but then wondered if it could be "ABC Asia Pacific."
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- You have noted a low resting heart rate. ____ about 48 beats per minute.
Complete thread -- i said "I kinda" hear that Not 100% sure. I did no research on it.
Complete thread -- I hear *a busy*
Complete thread -- possible. check out this link
Complete thread -- *myers* test for SLAP tear?
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- maybe Visa Asia Pacific - do you not have the pt's name? Can't believe he's not googlable.
Complete thread -- pls sm, wondering if sentence makes sense with two "queries"
Complete thread -- can't be b/c pt is in Australia and they do not work out of AUS
Complete thread -- b k l o l i you hear Diageo asia pacific?
Complete thread -- that's kinda what I hear too.
Complete thread -- Low-sensitivity C-reactive protein. Thank you anyway!
Complete thread -- Patient is status post revision ACL reconstruction.
Complete thread -- no luck, i keep wanting to hear s/l vizi
Complete thread -- I found Diageo Asia Pacific - maybe? Can you google the patient's name?
Complete thread -- i cannot hear what he says before Asia Pacific
Complete thread -- something "Asia Pacific" is all I can get... don't have time to research more.
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- who works as a CEO for ______.
Complete thread -- it is "phytobezoar" (ball of food stuck in his esophagus)
Complete thread -- it is some kind of "bezoar" (esophageal bezoar?)
Complete thread -- cannot figure it out -- will blank, TY
Complete thread -- 5. Severe esophagitis and s/l "fidobezwar" causing dysphagia.
Complete thread -- lag screw?
Complete thread -- ORIF of femur with cephalomedullary nail with s/l lagger screw TIA!
Complete thread -- articular cartilage -but sentence doesn't seem make sense
Complete thread -- meniscectomy in the past with new MRI
Complete thread -- Still ____ pleuritic pain.
Complete thread -- Still _______ pain
Complete thread -- movement and breathing. She _______ history of diabetes
Complete thread -- Skin?
Complete thread -- As in rectus femoris, perhaps.
Complete thread -- stin survey?
Complete thread -- knee x-rays: AP, lateral, tunnel, and "rectus" views ??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Bowel habits (quote) normal (closed quote) alternating with up to 3 stools daily.
Complete thread -- This is a 47-year-old male with rectal bleeding. Several recent episo ...
Complete thread -- Found it-tinea pedis
Complete thread -- S/l Tinea pitus?
Complete thread -- sent in.
Complete thread -- sm for procedures performed
Complete thread -- A drain was brought out superolaterally inspecting the incision.
Complete thread -- I tried to hear that, I really did. :( Thanks, left a blank.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Babesia (see if it fits, but what I hear)
Complete thread -- Anti-DNase B strep antibodies was high at 235. ____ was negative.
Complete thread -- cartilage loss
Complete thread -- He definitely could be, but I have already sent it in for query. Thank you though
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!!!!
Complete thread -- MRI of the knee shows a leaking Baker's cyst, some articular
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "Advil and Aleve for sciatic pain" ???
Complete thread -- 15, see link from archives.
Complete thread -- Hard to hear --- "Abdomen insufflated with *15 or 50* mmHg for cholecystectomy."
Complete thread -- s/l LV Relief
Complete thread -- subcutaneous...
Complete thread -- photopheresis of platelets
Complete thread -- phorpheresis of platelets ...
Complete thread -- Robotic laparoscopic hysterectomy & cystoscopy..ESL
Complete thread -- check - hemostasis was achieved "where" necessary instead of "here"
Complete thread -- The edges were grasped with Brown Adson forceps
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match report?
Complete thread -- buried
Complete thread -- billybob you are awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Cafergot.
Complete thread -- The closure consisted of _______ 5-0 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- The area was _____ with _____ forceps and incised with
Complete thread -- of Epilim, metoprolol and a combination of naproxen, Motilium and ___
Complete thread -- probably
Complete thread -- could he be saying "not conforming (to)" ???
Complete thread -- Subjective numbness, entire right leg,* not confirming* peripheral nerve and nerve ro
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh - I thought it was just "quote" so where I heard "my" it was "mark"
Complete thread -- Thanks - it's actually "quote mark, whole legs, quote mark." Wouldn't have gotten that
Complete thread -- "my whole legs"
Complete thread -- diabetes, ____
Complete thread -- This is a 47-year-old male with clinical complaints of paresthesias and occasional
Complete thread -- The patient with _____ disease
Complete thread -- I think the creatinine is 2.6
Complete thread -- I hear 5.3 (sorry to be late)
Complete thread -- Sent in.
Complete thread -- Sodium 143, potassium _____ , chloride 113, bicarbonate 20, BUN and creatinine sm
Complete thread -- Thank you poi. she has said this 3 times in the report and could not understand her on sm
Complete thread -- senescent chronic
Complete thread -- CT of the brain showed no acute intracranial process, just mild patches of low sm
Complete thread -- delved? (most people don't seem to pronounce the "v")
Complete thread -- Are you sure it isn't mitral regurgitation (instead of micro-regurgitation)?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- aorta, accordingly a side-to-side anastomosis was created to the vein graft going to ...
Complete thread -- The anastomosis was done with 7-0 Prolene suturing technique. The vei ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The heart was considerably enlarged and the pulmonary artery was moderately tense.
Complete thread -- The pericardium was opened in the midline and attached to the wound ed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- globally
Complete thread -- There was significant mitral regurgitation which appeared to be centra ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as an estimated operative risk?
Complete thread -- There were no Q-waves on his EKG and it was felt that his micro-regurg ...
Complete thread -- thank you !
Complete thread -- Thank you for your confirmation.
Complete thread -- I think it's fine. A dell is a small depression in the surface. I've
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l "del-led out". Podiatric surgery. Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- lubricant eye drops, azelastine, bupropion, fluticasone, ________ loratadine,
Complete thread -- need some punctuation in there - and 71-year-old (hyphenated)
Complete thread -- masses
Complete thread -- There is raloxifene for osteoporosis. Sorry, can't think of anything else.
Complete thread -- yes, thought of that...but s/l...is pheen
Complete thread -- no clues at all in History
Complete thread -- palpable s/l....mat-a...sm
Complete thread -- There's duloxetine and fluoxetine for depression, (any clues in history?)
Complete thread -- fluoxetine (Prozac)?
Complete thread -- drug...s/l...Flu-lox-a-pheen....nothing else to go on as in list of meds
Complete thread -- Actually it has been around for a long time according to old archives.
Complete thread -- I'm finding Philips iSite PACS, which seems to be used mostly in southern states.
Complete thread -- I reviewed her chest x-ray on s/l Eye Sight.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- is that sick sin yule or sick sin uhl?
Complete thread -- Problem is that even if it is, because it's in the family history, there is
Complete thread -- Not sure if this is what U R looking for (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient's mother has a s/l sick-sin-ul-colace deficiency. TIA
Complete thread -- thanks, I couldn't come up with "why" it should be singular, but you nailed it.
Complete thread -- focus point??
Complete thread -- Third ventricle intraventricular hemorrhage
Complete thread -- s/l leading
Complete thread -- hardware is uncountable, there is no plural (see link).
Complete thread -- The subject is still hardware (so needs a singular verb), not "multiple hardware".
Complete thread -- hmm not sure, since referring to "multiple" hardware; if it thus takes plural verb (are)
Complete thread -- There is hardware.
Complete thread -- verb use for the word multiple is/are?
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- Superficial wound, right hip not communicating with __________ joint and underlying
Complete thread -- Thought I heard "barring" ?
Complete thread -- Should be "these restrictions, which include a 40-pound. . ."
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- bar an ALP etc
Complete thread -- floor-to-chest (compound modifier)
Complete thread -- floor to chest or floor-to-chest?
Complete thread -- Google knee brace double upright.
Complete thread -- knee brace- s/l double up rides
Complete thread -- Sounds like it...
Complete thread -- small cyst?
Complete thread -- Kidney Donation
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ...by an ALP of 137
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s now PCR negative and his liver function tests have almost normalized ___ an ALP of
Complete thread -- yes, but I was typing fast. sorry
Complete thread -- isn't VAC capped (acronym for vacuum-assisted closure) or is it considered generic now?
Complete thread -- yep - google vac sponge collapse
Complete thread -- thanks and I did Google but didn't see anything definite - maybe i need to goggle differen
Complete thread -- all of the other sponges were found to *collapse*.
Complete thread -- google your question - black vac sponge
Complete thread -- I'd say that is fine - black sponges since they're using the wound vac. and - SM
Complete thread -- Hard to say, they may be open as in "clear" or he opened them. ?
Complete thread -- Black *vac* sponges
Complete thread -- I should add the following info:
Complete thread -- A2
Complete thread -- index finger s/l AT level
Complete thread -- I always typed 'opened'. However, I see 'open' and listen to vf it could be both.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- noted to be intact
Complete thread -- Not sure on the blank, but ACL and PCL "were" visualized
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- sorry wav
Complete thread -- was visualized and _____ intact
Complete thread -- s/l lapped rotator cuff
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Can't hear clear enough, so flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- respite?
Complete thread -- could proct-is be "process" ?
Complete thread -- All findings may suggest treatment s/l res-mis. Edematous changes... TIA!
Complete thread -- I love this! Roxanne!!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thumb s/l sor ay cast. doesn't s/l spica
Complete thread -- removing Esmarch dressing?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- marked/
Complete thread -- after removing his ________ dressing. The
Complete thread -- been a while since I had my singing doc.... just a little intro LOL!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think he stutters, sounds like "vein vein" - lidocaine is generic Xylocaine - not cap'd
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking too. Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think so. It means the position/way the shoulder sits (kinda like "gait and station")
Complete thread -- proximal graft to ______ vein
Complete thread -- (to the?) descending portion
Complete thread -- "midbrain" compression would fit your context
Complete thread -- s/l *midbearing* compression
Complete thread -- Duodenum normal _______.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? The shoulder *station* is symmetric bilaterally.
Complete thread -- does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- a bout of fever, fever with shakes...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient reports 3 weeks ago he went to *** Hospital when he had a bout of sm
Complete thread -- Does the rest of that sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- she continued (unless something is cut off at the beginning)
Complete thread -- We suggest that she may be discharged home. __________ continue on the beta-sm
Complete thread -- at the skull
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Procedure: RIGHT FRONTAL APPROACH TO ENDOSCOPIC THIRD VENTRICULOSTO ...
Complete thread -- assuming brain...I can't get it
Complete thread -- lateral
Complete thread -- body location?
Complete thread -- We were immediately able to identify a thin right fornix. Given that ...
Complete thread -- The Peel-Away introducer was then stapled at a depth of 5 cm <____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- basilar or posterior cerebral artery
Complete thread -- The risks include but are not limited to bleeding, infection, damage t ...
Complete thread -- thanks vlad
Complete thread -- I hear "mild."
Complete thread -- MRI of the wrist shows degenerative tearing of the TFCC complex, as we ...
Complete thread -- that is how I would transcribe it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. That's all I found too.
Complete thread -- Not sure if semicolon is appropriate for this sentence?
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. Just needed some reassurance.
Complete thread -- looks good as you have it
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- gratifying?
Complete thread -- This patient has a _____ absence of a radicular component. He still has some in
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Iselin
Complete thread -- Need help with word please..
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon - I was gonna say he stretches it out "tah-asks" so it
Complete thread -- I think he's saying tasks
Complete thread -- That's what I heard, which is why I mentioned that she's 84. Thanks.
Complete thread -- i was gonna say "in tennis" but... that CAN'T be right. ? sorry...
Complete thread -- She is making mistakes with ____ and occasionally feels lightheaded.
Complete thread -- thanks, guys!
Complete thread -- And I'd cap the LEADER thingy.
Complete thread -- Agree with poi after a few minutes of research.
Complete thread -- I don't have time to research...but your message and interpretation
Complete thread -- seeking dream team's opinion on a sentence... (no help from 'nm' please)
Complete thread -- thanks. definitely goes along with n/v.
Complete thread -- eh, I don't like to toot my own horn, but ....
Complete thread -- It is neural foraminal (not neuroforaminal)
Complete thread -- No idea on "dake" but I'm finding it as "ADOS-2" (with a hyphen)
Complete thread -- WE are da bomb!
Complete thread -- aha! i hear that now! yay! Thank you isgal!
Complete thread -- osteophytic?
Complete thread -- disc disease in her cervical spine and also substantial ___ neuroforaminal compromise
Complete thread -- Bayley III cognitive test as well as the toddler module of the s/l dake ADOS 2. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks so much - thought that MIGHT be it
Complete thread -- good deal on that "discharge" - I couldn't make that out to save my life.
Complete thread -- yes, think he's slurring beginning
Complete thread -- and the dream team does it again!
Complete thread -- actually "for" heart block (like lb said) and then "Discharge BUN" etc.
Complete thread -- heart block. Discharge BUN 21...
Complete thread -- montelukast? (Singulair)
Complete thread -- agree but "for" heart block. There is soemthing after, but dang if I can get it.
Complete thread -- WAG - chattering?
Complete thread -- heart block? (might be something else after that)
Complete thread -- Child is noted to have significant s/l chantering patterns that occur with TIA!
Complete thread -- He had a positive pacemaker ______. BUN 21, hemoglobin 13
Complete thread -- but it was 2 muscles, so "was" doesn't work either. I didn't want to leave it as v. lats,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- drug list s/l lugalast
Complete thread -- A 16-French Foley (I don't hear 'pigtail')
Complete thread -- whistle-tip
Complete thread -- A pigtail ____ catheter was inserted and
Complete thread -- will go back and listen for something like this
Complete thread -- Two #6-French ______ catheters
Complete thread -- anterior leading = attachment?
Complete thread -- MRI shoulder tendon tear. Need to make sense of this sentence.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ^Yep^ - I hear that now so clearly (ignore my 'suggestion' suggestion)
Complete thread -- Situation
Complete thread -- Suggestion (?)
Complete thread -- symptoms. ______ like bacterial
Complete thread -- I like this one the best.
Complete thread -- In that case, I'd have changed it to was. We can't "add" words where I work, considered
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. I did that at first, but somehow the "were" made me feel like it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd have left it as vastus lateralis bilaterally.
Complete thread -- which was later on
Complete thread -- He initially had a junctional ectopic tachycardia for which he received
Complete thread -- never mind, I put vastus lateralis muscles bilaterally.
Complete thread -- okay thanks Q. She later mentioned patient having an elevated blood sugar.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- How should I pluralized vastus lateralis? Doctor dictated "V. lats bilaterally were
Complete thread -- same word blank
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- dysgeusia ?
Complete thread -- I googled and found that insulin can be used as part of the treatment for hyperkalemia.
Complete thread -- Okay thanks. That's what I heard too but she never said anything about the patient's sm
Complete thread -- insulin?
Complete thread -- I think I'm hearing "insulin"
Complete thread -- She was admitted to the hospital for observation for hyperkalemia and patient sm
Complete thread -- dyschezia?
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything. Sry.
Complete thread -- dyspnea
Complete thread -- dysesthesia?
Complete thread -- no nausea, vomiting, s/l dys-do-zee-uh, dysuria, or blood in the urine. TIA!
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- We then injected 1.5 cc of 1:100,000 epinephrine within the external a ...
Complete thread -- gg ...
Complete thread -- We initially injected 6 mL of 1:100,000 epinephrine in the postauricul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mastoid
Complete thread -- Audiogram demonstrated moderately severe upsloping to mild conductive ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- two approximately 2-inch strips of Surgicel (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The site was noted to be hemostatic and the tracheostomy tube was stab ...
Complete thread -- stoma (or stomal)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops..see link
Complete thread -- ventilator circuit???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- At this time, 3-0 chromic gut was used to approximate the skin on the ...
Complete thread -- ventilator circle
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Don't know if this is what you are looking for...but I think
Complete thread -- mp3, not wav. sorry
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- The endotracheal tube was gradually backed out superiorly to the level ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- fire safe?
Complete thread -- At this point, the anesthesiologist was asked to provide 100% oxygen p ...
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Complete thread -- google "active fixation lead" and see if that works
Complete thread -- May be..
Complete thread -- Status not "tatus....lol
Complete thread -- Atrial fibrillation...ESL
Complete thread -- oh! Think I just found it - Durkan's
Complete thread -- (ulnar and median neuropathy) Her **Derksen's** compression test is positive.
Complete thread -- I can't believe I did that. Yes, thanks for making me aware.
Complete thread -- *I was just talking to myself*
Complete thread -- Your post had "11-clock position" (typo?). Should be 11-o'clock position.
Complete thread -- Your construction was 12 o'clock to 2 o'clock (no noun afterwards).
Complete thread -- That would be in a construction like "3-o'clock position."
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis.
Complete thread -- I thought the latest BOS showed to use hyphens with clock hours when followed by noun
Complete thread -- Many of which are "tear in lattice."
Complete thread -- No hyphen with 12 o'clock, 11 o'clock, 2 o'clock. and lattice is correct. (SM)
Complete thread -- Googling "tear * lattice" brings up many hits (see link)
Complete thread -- Eye surgery: from .....2-o'clock there was a large linear tear s/l in lattice.
Complete thread -- good one oasis
Complete thread -- Osteo Elevator (related to bone) sm
Complete thread -- I'm unable to listen (having PC problems and need to use library sm
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- Thank you - I wasn't sure if they would use a bigger size for drilling purposes.
Complete thread -- 0.062 K-wire
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks guys! Googled but could not find.
Complete thread -- Radius fracture with "6 2 K-wire". Would I be correct in assuming the K-wire size
Complete thread -- Yep, CRISP (like Oasis says) - found by googling "maryland prescription drug monitoring
Complete thread -- Chesapeake Regional Information System (CRISP)
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Complete thread -- What diagnosis?
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Complete thread -- Need help with word please..
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Complete thread -- This acted as a venesection and ____blood loss from the hip replacement she missed he
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Complete thread -- layered down to?
Complete thread -- I don't think he is correcting, I think it as you have it.
Complete thread -- Does it sound like he's correcting himself or is he saying "2 to maybe 3"?
Complete thread -- layered onto (period after clot?..otherwise it doesn't really make sense,
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there (about the FLAIR images)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- which had ______ serous fluid
Complete thread -- and to the caudal?
Complete thread -- probable...infarction of the
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Complete thread -- An MRI was performed which shows scattered nonspecific deep white matter foci of T2
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Complete thread -- #1 blocked #3 ____ % plus of the
Complete thread -- transition point __________ caudal aspect
Complete thread -- septum were marked ________ inferiorly with duplicated
Complete thread -- A few questions
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "T"? He often says T2 FLAIR images, but I've never heard just T.
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Nope. I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- heat? repeat?
Complete thread -- Does anything here need to be capped?
Complete thread -- The lesion that we are discussing is seen best on the ____ FLAIR images and there
Complete thread -- Seldinger?
Complete thread -- was accessed via *selus* technique
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Complete thread -- pockets
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Complete thread -- The patient is a 54-year-old with COPD and asthma who was admitted recently to the
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- loose intima
Complete thread -- "dose level" googles pretty well with "lymph node biopsy"
Complete thread -- tack any _____ using interrupted 6-0 Prolene sutures
Complete thread -- Operative - lymphadenopathy
Complete thread -- double checking. S/l implant
Complete thread -- checking
Complete thread -- found one hit on google books for A 9- or 10-mm catamaran blade .
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Well, at least you're not the only one who has ever heard this, lol
Complete thread -- using a parallel *catamaran* blade.
Complete thread -- with plan for ____ gastric emptying
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Complete thread -- Lymph nodes, head and neck, chest, back, bone and abdomen were?
Complete thread -- Immediate
Complete thread -- Ki-67
Complete thread -- bleeding with _____ bone, ____ are negative with
Complete thread -- HER2-negative with a ______ score of 10
Complete thread -- ____ expander saline implant reconstruction.
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Complete thread -- as well as the degenerative and flap tear that was somewhat complex an ...
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Complete thread -- I hear "were relatively clean."
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the joint revealed patellofemoral chondromalacia, grade ...
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Complete thread -- in the middle of the table, the...????
Complete thread -- I then utilized...
Complete thread -- However, upon incision into the superiormost level, the entire fluid w ...
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in the supine position in the operating room an ...
Complete thread -- Denies any abdominal pain, nausea....
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Complete thread -- except for the obvious
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the glenohumeral joint did not reveal any significant or ...
Complete thread -- there now.
Complete thread -- okay trying again.
Complete thread -- still waiting for wav.
Complete thread -- Denies any fevers or chills. Denies any dysuria, frequency or urgency. Denies sm
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Complete thread -- referring to Hulka tenaculum (see link)
Complete thread -- A speculum was placed in the vagina. The anterior lip of the cervix was brought sm
Complete thread -- The patient received a...2% lidocaine with ??vitreous??
Complete thread -- spots?
Complete thread -- The 21 <____> of laser with power of 2000 milliwatts for 2000 ...
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- The patient was previously consented and formal time-out was completed ...
Complete thread -- by gentle maneuver of the stomach
Complete thread -- EGD done today shows grade C esophagitis of entire esophagus, impacted food bolus sm
Complete thread -- guy corrected me - NSAID-induced
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Complete thread -- 1. insulin-induced
Complete thread -- 2. treat for functional dyspepia.
Complete thread -- Nonspecific inflammatory changes. Rule out <____>-induced pat ...
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Complete thread -- motility versus functional
Complete thread -- Upper endoscopy was done for further evaluation to rule out NSAID indu ...
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Complete thread -- collagenous, rifaximin
Complete thread -- 1. microscopic or collagenous colitis
Complete thread -- Nonspecific inflammatory changes, rule out microscopic <____> ...
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Complete thread -- as a potential cause of her
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION AND PLAN: Evidence for reflux esophagitis, gastritis, an ...
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Complete thread -- bloating associated with diarrhea
Complete thread -- This is a 55-year-old female seen due to ongoing abdominal pain, bloat ...
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Complete thread -- 2 to 3 cm
Complete thread -- This was suctioned away. Biopsies of the distal esophagus were taken. ...
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Complete thread -- resulted in chronic pain
Complete thread -- until an injury
Complete thread -- until
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Don't really hear that. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- This is a 64-year-old gentleman seen in GI consultation due to abdomin ...
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Complete thread -- linear?
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained, he was brought to the procedure r ...
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Complete thread -- 1) Denies 2) and history of
Complete thread -- currently in school in Tennessee.
Complete thread -- Cardiac: Without chest pain, palpitations, hypertension, or murmur. ...
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: From Saudi Arabia <____>. He smokes 1 pack ...
Complete thread -- psychic?
Complete thread -- pretty sure he says "additional" there as the pt has a primary elsewhere. Thanks.
Complete thread -- bkloli, are you still at SS? Survived the massive layoff okay?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was an ex-32-weeker.
Complete thread -- factors are significant relationship loss, physical pain, s/l fact-ick distress TIA!
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY: This is a 2-year-old boy who was <____&# ...
Complete thread -- Irregular pleural-based mass-like consolidation in the right pulmonary ...
Complete thread -- They do that here too, must be 98% or above, which mine has always been.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I only look at the QA on reports where I've lost points...
Complete thread -- This is the reason why I...
Complete thread -- maybe just "uh..." bridging technique SM
Complete thread -- I taught him how to sleep with the ______ s/l abridging technique for knee extension.
Complete thread -- thanks for the backup, lb - my guy says it like that too.
Complete thread -- I usually don't cap it and usually my doc says "he brought in his smart card for download"
Complete thread -- thanks, poi - I used to cap it when I transcribed, but...
Complete thread -- then I would not. That was my original answer (not posted) till I found
Complete thread -- thx poi, I'm finding it as all one word too "SmartCard" but not knowing the brand of CPAP
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Smart Card is a trademarked name by Respironics (did find this)
Complete thread -- looking for name of operation, repair of distal biceps rupture, sm plse
Complete thread -- would you capitalize "smart card" when referring to compliance data card on a CPAP?
Complete thread -- Really? Mr. X is "overall more sticky"?
Complete thread -- not=need
Complete thread -- seems verifiable but you would not to check it with the procedure being done
Complete thread -- good deal! I'm the guesser and "sticky" is a new one for me also.
Complete thread -- was a combo of both- Mr. X and sticky
Complete thread -- thanks for the help
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- could "this film" be the patient's name (Ms. Somebody) and "sticky" may be "stable"??
Complete thread -- can't make this out at all- what would make sense?
Complete thread -- 1. Bleeder clamped.. 2. calculated at..
Complete thread -- could in cru mira be "and Climara"
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Complete thread -- Peg holes were drilled . 2. trialed at 24 mm.
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Complete thread -- #1. Fioricet ?
Complete thread -- #1 roof of the (?) #2 intramedullary (?) #3 OrthAlign
Complete thread -- same words throughout the report. unable to figure out. Thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- drugs- pat with diabetes and hypertension
Complete thread -- With the knee in flexion, a guidepin was placed just anterior medial t ...
Complete thread -- A midline incision was made from the superior pole of the patella to t ...
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Complete thread -- agree
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Complete thread -- viscosupplementation injections, and extensive physical therapy. < ...
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Complete thread -- immediate pain, swelling, and feeling of instability. He <____ ...
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is an 18-year-old male with a basketb ...
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Complete thread -- to seal the tract.
Complete thread -- The Seton was removed. The tract was debrided with a curette. The in ...
Complete thread -- progression of pneumonia coupled with edema. Volume overload
Complete thread -- Integration of bilateral interstitial?
Complete thread -- Okay it finally uploaded. Guess I should have questioned it because it uploaded fast sm
Complete thread -- WAV not there.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: __________ evaluation of bilateral interstitial and airspace changes.sm
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Complete thread -- The plate was sutured with two 10-0 nylon stitches, approximately 8 mm ...
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Complete thread -- at least initially, ...seeing left eye
Complete thread -- yup, right you are
Complete thread -- In long discussion with the patient and her family, it was decided tha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. searched in samples with "topical" and got
Complete thread -- Topical ______ for the eye. (I don't hear *was placed*)
Complete thread -- Subconjunctival steroids and antibiotics were given inferonasally. &# ...
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Complete thread -- simple
Complete thread -- Not sure. I cannot stop hearing Ted colitis. May have to leave that one blank.
Complete thread -- The conjunctiva was advanced and closed with two 8-0 running Vicryl su ...
Complete thread -- possible true colitis?
Complete thread -- yeah. found in samples with "sclera". Thanks
Complete thread -- assessment: _____ colitis secondary to ulcerative colitis.
Complete thread -- whatever that second blank, it is the same word I had to blank below if
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- near the adjacent ____ sites, thin ____
Complete thread -- The plate was noted to be very stable in position so it was felt that ...
Complete thread -- Okay I kept hearing this depiction. I think I am too tired to be working tonight.
Complete thread -- This condition
Complete thread -- CT of the abdomen showed acute proctocolitis of infectious or inflammatory sm.
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Complete thread -- An
Complete thread -- A alcohol wipe was
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Complete thread -- 1. with sometimes uncontrolled 2. it required oral Diamox putting his kidneys at risk
Complete thread -- 1. ______ sclera
Complete thread -- 2. drainage device
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: The patient presents with primary open-ang ...
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Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Uncontrolled glaucoma, left eye. 2.  ...
Complete thread -- off both the distal
Complete thread -- would get temporary relief,
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Complete thread -- A capsulotomy was then performed exposing the joint. She had a signif ...
Complete thread -- CLINICAL INDICATIONS: This is a 65-year-old female with pain in the r ...
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Complete thread -- A #15 blade was used to make a small puncture incision over the distal ...
Complete thread -- "short-arm" only if the patient has a short arm.
Complete thread -- well-molded, short-arm or well-molded short-arm...???
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Complete thread -- BB marker - google that with "radiology" for more info (it's a position indicator)
Complete thread -- BB marker? Bee Bee marker? B-B marker? Anyone heard of this?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Agree -
Complete thread -- Only thing close that I can think of is "congenital."
Complete thread -- Cysto: At the bulbar urethra is a **concession** stricture 12-French in caliber.
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you taco!
Complete thread -- my clinical impression
Complete thread -- He did have some pseudopolyps as well which is consistent with ____
Complete thread -- I like this better than my guess (don't know about Ladd's, but it does s/l "band release")
Complete thread -- a band release? (Ladd's bands)
Complete thread -- ^ and if that's it, I misspelled it - s/b balanatis
Complete thread -- #1 ballanitis?? wait for another ear...
Complete thread -- #2 it used to happen infrequently, with the last...
Complete thread -- surgery for _____ infancy AND He ______ frequently, last major
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking, but there were too many syllables. :) Thank you.
Complete thread -- Sent
Complete thread -- "a bias" or "uh, bias" (?)
Complete thread -- comminuted, intraarticular distal radius fracture
Complete thread -- s/l pontanine causes anaphylaxis
Complete thread -- s/l himur-sing
Complete thread -- s/l "vanilla" to me
Complete thread -- Thanks. I listened for that but really can't hear it.
Complete thread -- jalapeŮo butter
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Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- IJ internal jugular?
Complete thread -- removed from the __________ insertion site
Complete thread -- Maybe means that she ate the baked potato at a sports bar.
Complete thread -- peanut butter and jelly sandwich, popcorn, _______, peanut butter, and ice cream.
Complete thread -- last one is - to arrest of descent
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- #1 severe features? #2 ____ prior? Also, diagnosis is misspelled
Complete thread -- worsening? muscle?
Complete thread -- s/l sports bar
Complete thread -- nothing I can hear.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- uterine prolapse...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 47-year-old male who was brought in for not feeling right and sm
Complete thread -- Diagnoisis: A 39-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 3, PARA 2-0-0-2 AT 40 0/7 WITH PREE ...
Complete thread -- Temperature 99.4, blood pressure 134/74, heart rate of 117, sm
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Complete thread -- got it. thanks. injected with only 1 cc and
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Complete thread -- assuming the above post is also this one - (I can't get it)
Complete thread -- a block of the third
Complete thread -- what is being done?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bilateral occipital neuralgia. TITL ...
Complete thread -- With the fluoroscopy in the AP view, the 23-gauge, 3.5-inch spinal nee ...
Complete thread -- 0905? 0915? etc. (but that'd be a loooong time!)
Complete thread -- no idea. doesnt make sense to me at all. maybe he said zero one five? nada clue here.
Complete thread -- The patient was seen from zero-nine-five to thirteen-teen. TIA!
Complete thread -- Appendectomy: 5 mm Optiview trocar with a camera with s/l*infra* safe entry.
Complete thread -- spine at the (or this?)?
Complete thread -- I don't really hear anything in there??. but it is powdered vancomycin
Complete thread -- for one minute
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Complete thread -- Visual inspection was normal. The electrodes were connected to change ...
Complete thread -- now spans the
Complete thread -- scouting
Complete thread -- I have used #10 scalpel to open the previous surgical incision. I did ...
Complete thread -- Monitoring and sedation per Anesthesia service. We performed <___ ...
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Complete thread -- Note: He says fibrous bands (plural)...and because of that it s/b There were plentiful at
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Complete thread -- and we identified the area of the
Complete thread -- We then released the dermis in the periareolar area to allow distribut ...
Complete thread -- Therefore, at this point, this was not a conventional mastopexy where ...
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Complete thread -- #1: occasions. I explained to her...
Complete thread -- "causing," just in case.
Complete thread -- We have met with the patient on numerous visits discussing her breast ...
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Complete thread -- The patient is a 69-year-old male who presents with low back pain and ...
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Complete thread -- #2 middle of the
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Complete thread -- see link for support of "mix"
Complete thread -- a different type of mix will be needed. The
Complete thread -- #2 also because a different type of ___ will be needed. The
Complete thread -- #1 the goal is to bring the breast shapes more towards (I think)
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Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Negative for gastrointestinal pathology. HABIT ...
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Complete thread -- my typo...Total withdrawal time was greater than ?7 minutes.
Complete thread -- Total withdrawal times was greater than ?7 minutes.
Complete thread -- The rectum was unremarkable. The colonoscope was withdrawn. The digi ...
Complete thread -- Since I don't understand what I'm reading on this topic, I don't know if this is a valid
Complete thread -- Could he be saying GNS (see link)
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- Here are google hits using the phrase "or low-grade glioma" (see link) I scanned some
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Complete thread -- Nope...
Complete thread -- not sure, but "additionally" ???
Complete thread -- Might it be "intermediate- or low-grade glioma"??? (see link)
Complete thread -- An incision was made dissecting down through the skin sharply and iden ...
Complete thread -- Mesial Temporal Lesion
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- Think it might be "dural tack-ups" (see link)
Complete thread -- Mesial temporal lesion.
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Complete thread -- He corrects himself to "The whole thing"
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Complete thread -- But don't use it unless you hear it, because I'm not certain
Complete thread -- I think he corrects himself to end up "with each attached to limb" (see link)
Complete thread -- I used two 5.5 mm corkscrew anchors, impacted these in for a knotless ...
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Complete thread -- had to
Complete thread -- she understood she would more than likely need to have surgery on the opposite side at
Complete thread -- We attempted to operate on her previously; however, due to the fact th ...
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Complete thread -- Funny, my QA says TO cap it in this kind of instance.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Maybe correcting from "and after" to "and so, he would like to proceed."
Complete thread -- after ______ s/l "a sew" he would like to proceed.
Complete thread -- As it is an adverb, the punctuation will vary....there are times
Complete thread -- Am I imagining "some," or are you suggesting it be omitted? I realize it's not necessary
Complete thread -- Me too - I always comma around 'per se' (it might even be a rule)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'd comma around, per se, too. but, that's just me.
Complete thread -- the LARIAT procedure
Complete thread -- devices such as Watchman, Amplatzer, and *volaria* procedure
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Complete thread -- Looks OK to me.
Complete thread -- looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- There used to be a trademarked medicine called Empirin (see link)
Complete thread -- Does this look right? H/P for rehab hospital...
Complete thread -- allergy list: s/l Emprin
Complete thread -- Assuming she has more than one kid and not just one kid with multiple bikes, that's correc
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- kids' bikes?
Complete thread -- I think "net push" could fit - sm for meaning of "net" in this context
Complete thread -- LCIS...got it
Complete thread -- mass in thecal sac - little words that s/l net push
Complete thread -- ?? LDIS...sm never heard of LDIS and cannot document
Complete thread -- Good to know - it is one that I always wondered if I was doing correctly.
Complete thread -- Thanks, T! I did email my QA, and she said to not capitalize since it is referring to the
Complete thread -- with dry lap tapes.
Complete thread -- I cap it in that construction, but I can't really justify it or explain why.
Complete thread -- Personification of medical specialties...please see inside.
Complete thread -- Your shift is probably over but just in case, s/l "some dry lap tapes."
Complete thread -- The remainder of the capsulectomy was carried out using traction, coun ...
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Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- There are sheep jumping over fences who are waiting for me to count them. Good night.
Complete thread -- I would not use a comma.
Complete thread -- it it correct? comma needed?
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Complete thread -- it is again
Complete thread -- The electrode advanced easily but only to the T11 segment. On lateral ...
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Complete thread -- He might be saying "strain relief loops" (see link)
Complete thread -- Each was secured to the fascia with 0 Ethibond x2. I dissected the le ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know. Now that U say it, I can hear it. LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. just got it. On field impedance checks were normal.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
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Complete thread -- electrodes to
Complete thread -- On field impedance checks were normal. Needles and guidewires were re ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Radiculopathy, lumbar region. TITLE ...
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done?
Complete thread -- The cephalad electrode was over T8 and T9 segments. The caudal electr ...
Complete thread -- my typo...he said "is" but I put "was" to keep consistent with other verb tenses
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Complete thread -- I think he changed his mind to"Osseous contact was" (he said "is", but
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Complete thread -- "not elsewhere classified"
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Sacrococcygeal disorder <____> ...
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Complete thread -- He says "The ACD and F"....but the abbreviation shows it s/b ACDF (see link)
Complete thread -- An epidural catheter was advanced easily in the posterior midline epid ...
Complete thread -- 176?
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Complete thread -- disk. I did not (didn't) see any
Complete thread -- I mobilized the nerve root enough to expose the L2-L3 disk <____&# ...
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- ITAL SIGNS: Blood pressure _____/101, pulse 107, respirations 18, temperature 98.0.
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Complete thread -- #2 off with a little
Complete thread -- through it
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Complete thread -- Thanks poi. that is what I went with.
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Complete thread -- Poi got it, "I undercut"
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Complete thread -- If he said "Then I" you can start a new sentence there.
Complete thread -- I think he says "space. I nibbled away"
Complete thread -- I hear something like #1 "then I" (or "and I")
Complete thread -- Under microscopic technique I drilled away the base of the spinous pro ...
Complete thread -- yes, I hear subtle
Complete thread -- grammar would make it "suspicion"
Complete thread -- Based on what she said on the second time I think subtle does fit. sm for full context.
Complete thread -- Yeah I was going to flag it because it did not fit, but I posted a wav on the second time
Complete thread -- in the foot?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #3 create some subchondral
Complete thread -- 3. create some subchondral
Complete thread -- more of a
Complete thread -- #1 feel it needed
Complete thread -- She said it again later. Septal osseous erosion.
Complete thread -- subtle osseous erosion
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Going in the patellofemoral joint, the articular cartilage underneath ...
Complete thread -- but you were okay too as Merriam Webster shows it without a hyphen (in between)
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Complete thread -- part of it is "supple _____"
Complete thread -- Upon arrival, the patient did receive an x-ray, 3 view of her right foot, that sm
Complete thread -- dictionary.com has it hyphenated. in-between
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Complete thread -- in between it??
Complete thread -- The 0.04-inch thick silastic sheeting was introduced into the middle f ...
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Complete thread -- period after scutum.
Complete thread -- oval window (not open)
Complete thread -- without removing the
Complete thread -- Attention was then directed back down the ear canal. The patientís an ...
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS (both 2 and 3) state to use q.4 h. (put a space before the h) per ISMP
Complete thread -- It is possible..see link....I note also that it does mention it is not done often
Complete thread -- see google link
Complete thread -- not your question, but what is Dunn?
Complete thread -- s/l resection sp hip arthroscopy. Does the word resection make sense?
Complete thread -- Sm I'd semicolon and leave out last comma.
Complete thread -- hip exam for pain
Complete thread -- Is my comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I take it to mean that every 4 hours, and if really needing it, every hour.
Complete thread -- Atrovent 500 mcg neb "q.4h and q.1h p.r.n." (confused about dosing)
Complete thread -- oops typo...s/b 2500 (not 2700)
Complete thread -- Googling...fracture "to lag a" comes up with 2700 hits (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am going to flag it.
Complete thread -- Vera's also lists other Coblation processes such as
Complete thread -- Vera Pyle's Current Medical Terminology 10 Edition show it is
Complete thread -- The cpt code given in the context supports your thought (see link)
Complete thread -- I'd put some commas in since they speak in cut-off sentences a lot. SM
Complete thread -- nope, not to me
Complete thread -- I think he's using "lag" as a back-formation verb ..see link describing how
Complete thread -- This was one sentence and I make it two. Does it make sense?
Complete thread -- QA put in toasted rolls
Complete thread -- wav already gone of course, can hear C-arm or mobile in there sm
Complete thread -- so are you saying coblation shouldn't be capped in this instance?
Complete thread -- isn't that what was said 2 hours ago?
Complete thread -- agree POBA=plain old balloon angioplasty
Complete thread -- coblation is both a device and a process. Question "left the wound" is fine sm
Complete thread -- I sent it in before seeing this. Thank you for your help
Complete thread -- yep - like a "lag screw"
Complete thread -- there is minimal support for the use of lag in regards to fracture fragments, so it's
Complete thread -- 1. lag 2. one-third
Complete thread -- 2. one-third (link) I also hear *lag* for #1 (fwiw)
Complete thread -- used to _____ the fragments together. We then placed a six-hole _____ tubular p
Complete thread -- POBA (plain old balloon angioplasty)
Complete thread -- used to *lag* the fragments together
Complete thread -- nm - i think he is saying syndesmotic
Complete thread -- s/l sizmotic injury
Complete thread -- s/l pul-bur
Complete thread -- The trademarked coblation is a device, not a process. I think it would be
Complete thread -- and I did check...both trademarks are still "live"
Complete thread -- fwiw both Coblator and Coblation are separately trademarked words.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- septum orbitale
Complete thread -- poste
Complete thread -- I don't hear a .wav?
Complete thread -- carefully and after that *left the wound*. The septal
Complete thread -- septum _____ and after the movement
Complete thread -- angry: Severely inflamed and painful... Dictionaries are our friends.
Complete thread -- like "irritated" (angry)
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- sure. works for me, but I can't tell you why but heard it said that way a lot of times.
Complete thread -- It was edematous, pinkish, and *angry*.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I had to send it.
Complete thread -- toast, cereal
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Tikosyn (antiarrhythmic drug)?
Complete thread -- Tootsie Rolls
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Tincocin ? Cardiovascular
Complete thread -- She snacks on Cheez-Its, pretzels, _____, and cookies.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Utilizing a Bovie cautery, the CA ligament was moved forward but not i ...
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and positioned supine on t ...
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Complete thread -- She is interested in joining the military and would like to be in
Complete thread -- Lateral compartment: Grade 0/1 changes of the cartilage with 1 fissur ...
Complete thread -- MRI was ordered by an outside physician which showed a horizontal clea ...
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Complete thread -- may be sore for several days.
Complete thread -- guy see msg
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Complete thread -- Once this was all debrided
Complete thread -- Saucerization was performed to a stable base. Accessory medial portal ...
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Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- After completing the diagnostic arthroscopy, the lateral meniscus was ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Small scissor was used to make a small indention and a drill bit was u ...
Complete thread -- Prominent lateral partition could be appreciated. Thick mucoid secret ...
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Complete thread -- so the anterior insertion ...
Complete thread -- Under 70-degree endoscopic guidance, partitions were taken out of the ...
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Complete thread -- It s/l "A crosshatch or..."
Complete thread -- After informed consent, the patient was brought to the operating room ...
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Complete thread -- I think "loosen other sutures around it to ?further save it."
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Essentially all the sutures were grossly loose, except for the postero ...
Complete thread -- I'm off to the Land of Nod....good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think he just says "excuse me"
Complete thread -- sounds like he's saying excuse me?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Painful left shoulder with <____> bice ...
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying "cutting-block" (see link)...tho it almost
Complete thread -- We therefore did an acromioplasty using a bur using <____> tec ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also I think he said "osteophytes" (plural)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "causing"
Complete thread -- It overall looked very good. We lightly decorticated the greater tube ...
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Complete thread -- I think #1 known to me with a #2 where he had a
Complete thread -- The patient is a 72-year-old male, <____> history of right-sid ...
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Complete thread -- all I can get is "spur ______ here. I attempted etc"
Complete thread -- The portals were closed using 3-0 nylon. A soft sterile dressing was ...
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Complete thread -- spur and downward slope here. I?
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Complete thread -- I was able to place suture through the bone and through the tendon her ...
Complete thread -- I then placed the biceps tendon sutures, one of the sutures in a more
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Complete thread -- on #2 he's making some sort of correction, but I'm not sure what he wants to
Complete thread -- #1 but the suture tended to
Complete thread -- I was able to get this in there <____> cut right through the a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- I would not put a comma after "purchase"
Complete thread -- that was any good.
Complete thread -- #2 that was
Complete thread -- I think he changes his mind to #1 "We attempted multiple times and could not get
Complete thread -- anchor. we attempted it multiple times and could not get really any good bone...
Complete thread -- We then took these sutures and placed the more central and posterior s ...
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Complete thread -- stent in for an additional 2 weeks
Complete thread -- Sorry, I don't know.
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "We will plan on keeping the stent in position etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m hearing "...reason" at the end.
Complete thread -- We will plan keeping the stent <____> for 2 weeks and remove i ...
Complete thread -- Somewhere in there I hear "generalized" but I can't get all of what is said
Complete thread -- At this time, we irrigated the fragments out and we terminated the pro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- We were able to pass......Note (also I hear): and had dilated it well
Complete thread -- The rigid ureteroscope was then placed into the patientís bladder with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- NM...I'm sure string is correct.
Complete thread -- the wire was removed (not the bladder)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "stent"
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. string.
Complete thread -- The 21-French scope was then placed back in the patientís bladder and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the concern for bleeding,...very apparent
Complete thread -- The calyces appeared to have no evidence of any tumors present there. ...
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Complete thread -- in the right renal pelvis was very apparent.
Complete thread -- A scout film was taken and the patient had some clips in the right upp ...
Complete thread -- Great...thanks for letting me know.
Complete thread -- Thanks with your help, I got it. to meet (those goals)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "to me"
Complete thread -- Range of motion deficits, particularly external rotation, extension, a ...
Complete thread -- NM. Pleural and excluded.
Complete thread -- mass-like region, which has a broad s/l pru-lil base. (2nd blank below) TIA!
Complete thread -- Okay, I guess that would make sense then 1/1 is "1 in 1." :)
Complete thread -- Can someone explain what this means? (see inside)
Complete thread -- Is transverse supposed to be transfers?
Complete thread -- s/l retinity
Complete thread -- irrigation is okay....OneLook shows it is also defined as the liquid used
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- culled? (but just a guess, not sure it fits)
Complete thread -- irrigant?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- PA? on the floor unable to place Foley
Complete thread -- The thick callus around the wound was s/l*cold** today with a sharp curette.
Complete thread -- Failed void trial. __________ unable to place Foley.
Complete thread -- thank you-I checked OneLook but didn't see that definition
Complete thread -- All *irrigation* was removed
Complete thread -- Go with it. SM
Complete thread -- shoulder exam s/l erring
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- perfect-going to use it. Thank you
Complete thread -- early satiety ... mumbled?
Complete thread -- uncovered?
Complete thread -- another word for unlayered
Complete thread -- ahh, ok, yea i think she is stumbling over anxiety...thank you both!
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- anxiety?
Complete thread -- Could she be saying ascites???
Complete thread -- see link (image of ablation tracing)
Complete thread -- Her past history is significant for ___, Raynaud's
Complete thread -- It sounds to me that the ablation results were recorded and
Complete thread -- In the Find box at the top type in the word...tall and hit enter
Complete thread -- This article indicates tall people can have greater ROM. I did not
Complete thread -- We demonstrated block at the lines of *block*.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Patient is status post tibial fractures, now with arthrofibrosis.
Complete thread -- in vs. and
Complete thread -- TIMI grade 3
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- but for an ?
Complete thread -- intermedius ramus branch. ____ free flow was present in all the treated vessels
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Complete thread -- heart sounds were normal ____ early systolic 2/6 median
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Complete thread -- transorally
Complete thread -- He was ____ intubated.
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Complete thread -- Ramipril...
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Complete thread -- kissing
Complete thread -- cough. There was an element of acute..
Complete thread -- nonproductive cough ____ admitted for acute systolic
Complete thread -- multiple ?s
Complete thread -- There was ____ balloon angioplasty
Complete thread -- left...stone-free other than the small fragments...?? position
Complete thread -- Some of the stones appeared to be adherent to the inside of the kidney ...
Complete thread -- The patient was visually and fluoroscopically stone free with only min ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. 1 cm of total tissue?
Complete thread -- ??? wanted to leave the catheter
Complete thread -- this Thursday? for her voiding trial.
Complete thread -- discharge date...
Complete thread -- sorry not getting anything on this.
Complete thread -- I hear it was approximately 1 cm __________ tissue. Sorry that's all I can get.
Complete thread -- PLAN: She will be sent home with pain medicine and Pyridium. We will ...
Complete thread -- I then used Bugbee electrocautery to establish meticulous hemostasis. ...
Complete thread -- The entire bladder was systematically surveyed on the right lateral wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. H&P report
Complete thread -- Just saying patient wears glasses. Is this on ROS?
Complete thread -- Head, eyes, ears, nose, and throat exam is remarkable for **glasses**. ...
Complete thread -- Found it!!! That was a tough one to find. LOL
Complete thread -- patient has stress mixed urinary incontinence.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- When I saw her in the office.
Complete thread -- She has undergone pelvic floor therapy without relief. She also tried __________ sm
Complete thread -- The patient had bilateral breast implants back in 2013. She developed ...
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Complete thread -- sure sounds like obscure, just not sure it makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- in was in the way of the...obscure??
Complete thread -- Perianal local anesthetic using 1% lidocaine with epinephrine and 0.25 ...
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Complete thread -- yes, they have graduated medical school (M.D.) and are now doing their residency
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Complete thread -- I note they also have PGY2 Residents and PGY3 Residents
Complete thread -- This link shows them writing it as PGY1 Resident (see link)
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- I can't recommend completely how to clean that up, but I believe
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- M.D., PGY 1, Resident (is it possible?)
Complete thread -- screws to have been removed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. hearing that now.
Complete thread -- 2 small ? (listen and see if you can hear focal) focal incisions.
Complete thread -- Need to confirm commas. Utilizing intraoperative fluoroscopy for interpretation, sm
Complete thread -- The removal system was secured to the nail and the nail was malleted o ...
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Complete thread -- We then proceeded to size down the nipple-areolar complex with 38 mm c ...
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Complete thread -- he said pole, I would change to poles because I think he is comparing right and left.
Complete thread -- The upper pole(s)
Complete thread -- The same dissection was performed on the left side in a similar fashio ...
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Complete thread -- atrophy?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Mammary <____>. 2. Mammary p ...
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Complete thread -- oops I forget the 're' part...make it re-ChloraPrep'ing ....
Complete thread -- could U make it "as well as reprepping the skin with ChloraPrep"? ...if
Complete thread -- re-ChloraPrep-ing or re-ChloraPreping?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- subfalcine
Complete thread -- subfalcine
Complete thread -- mass effect with progressive midline shift and s/l sub-full-sign herniation. TIA!
Complete thread -- or "nonmobile" state?
Complete thread -- WAG: an immobile state
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you
Complete thread -- s/l "nom-al-ble" state
Complete thread -- no have not heard of clear prep, I would lean towards ChloraPrep too.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "SPECIMEN: Prostate chips" but can't quite hear little bit in between
Complete thread -- Clear prep? sm
Complete thread -- a little more lead-in and lead-out on these audio files might help
Complete thread -- LUTS (lower urinary tract symptoms)
Complete thread -- DRAINS: 20 cc _____.
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: _____
Complete thread -- BPH and ______ nocturia
Complete thread -- actually said chronic
Complete thread -- s/l "folic" atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- Skin turgor is normal.
Complete thread -- Mucosa is moist. _______ are normal.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- found it from (my copy of) this list of Orthopedic Signs (see link)
Complete thread -- that was it thanks - she was saying negative ah Galeazzi . . .
Complete thread -- something Galeazzi sign? see link
Complete thread -- infant hip dysplasia - negative *vigalli outsey* sign
Complete thread -- I leave it to you and the OP
Complete thread -- maybe I was changing it from "living" to "life" and missed a letter?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- Good going....note I think U have a typo...s/b life
Complete thread -- The activities of live have been affected by....
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- squeezing
Complete thread -- He has joint stiffness and he is unable to move his head from side to ...
Complete thread -- Today, he offers a pain score of 7/10. He describes it as tingling wi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Sorry...I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- cerebral contusions with mild edema around the s/l mitigating slightly older TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Could he be saying lotensin?
Complete thread -- that doesn't fit the dosage dictated
Complete thread -- was taking losartan.
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Positive for hypertension <____> 10 m ...
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Complete thread -- He corrects himself, saying "(I'm sorry January of 2018) January 18 etc"
Complete thread -- He has tried to treat it with physical therapy and chiropractic treatm ...
Complete thread -- I understand (and understood). However, that is grammatically
Complete thread -- It dictated like this, "... with superior joint space narrowing, s ...
Complete thread -- I'm interpreting it to mean that only the marginal
Complete thread -- pls help again
Complete thread -- thnaks, of great help
Complete thread -- If you are asking for a distinction between lie vs lay, I would say use to lie....see link
Complete thread -- (see link) According to this nursing set of quiz cards the answer
Complete thread -- injection...
Complete thread -- worse (if you google....worse vs worst....there may be hits that can help you determine
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Thanks, moving on.
Complete thread -- preterm labor admission - sounds like beta complete - does that mean betamethasone?
Complete thread -- See message please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- with concentric left ventricular hypertrophy.
Complete thread -- Echocardiogram was done, which showed having ejection fraction of 60% to 65% with sm
Complete thread -- thanks smiley and Q. That makes sense
Complete thread -- I finally found it!
Complete thread -- Recent admission to the hospital at __________ for sepsis. I believe Waxahachie, sm
Complete thread -- I think U R right. (OP also note think he's saying "extending" not "extended"
Complete thread -- I hear down dermatomal right shoulder.
Complete thread -- thanks, wasn't sure if hand or and
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and"
Complete thread -- We can even consider adding a low dose nitrate if she has any component of angina, sm
Complete thread -- Okay thanks poi.
Complete thread -- That is what I hear, though I don't have the experience with heart
Complete thread -- Diffuse numbness _____ dermatomal right shoulder extended to the right hand.
Complete thread -- Non-ST elevation myocardial infarction with a very significant comorbidity. She sm
Complete thread -- Thanks that's what I heard too but it seems like everytime I correct what VR puts I get sm
Complete thread -- PACs
Complete thread -- The EKG showed normal sinus rhythm with nonspecific ST-T changes, occasional sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- for 1st example scroll down to last paragraph of "linking verb"...for 2nd example just
Complete thread -- I would say the verb "is" in your sentence is being
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I hear too, but does that fit with the context?
Complete thread -- I hear "is"
Complete thread -- is vs. has
Complete thread -- Thanks for the clarification.
Complete thread -- just to clarify, he dictated the opposite testis in the same manner. I typed verbatim.
Complete thread -- let me reprint with correction of my typos
Complete thread -- In other words you think he might be giving length, depth and breath (17 x 8 x 10) which
Complete thread -- iow, I'd change "and 8" to "x 8."
Complete thread -- 17 x 8 x 10
Complete thread -- You can't have 8 x 10 as that would be an "area" size not a "diameter" size.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- got it - broad diameter
Complete thread -- The right testis measures 17 mm in long diameter and 8 x 10 mm in ________ diameter.
Complete thread -- I prescribed the patient 1000 mg of s/l Depakene azalol and then will TIA!
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- s/l cristorian or crustorian (trying to hear historian, but can't get it) sm plse
Complete thread -- axilla
Complete thread -- weak
Complete thread -- The thecal sac was also exposed. I then identified the L4 pedicle and ...
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Complete thread -- with the Goldman being able to easily pass from the...
Complete thread -- then Goldman was used to reduce the perpendicular plate posteriorly. ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Extreme care was taken not to damage the mucosa with the dissection. ...
Complete thread -- Under general anesthesia, the patient was prepped and draped in a ster ...
Complete thread -- cc: <____>, Primary Care Physician Eugene, OR ...
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Complete thread -- broad...and spondylolisthesis.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 54-year-old female who presents with neck pain and bi ...
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Complete thread -- Justin Goble -- what I hear
Complete thread -- ASSISTANT: <____>, PA-C Eugene, OR ...
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Complete thread -- Vera Pyle's shows it as either/or (with or without hyphen)
Complete thread -- pursestring (per The Surgical Word Book)
Complete thread -- purse-string pinwheel (see google hits)
Complete thread -- Next, on the right side a 371 cubic centimeters style #15 Allergan gel ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. yeah i think the same.
Complete thread -- Could he be changing his mind to "positioning and retraction"...although his
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Might also be **Aaron** or **Erin**...I listened B4, but could not find it googling. I'll
Complete thread -- **Aron** is assistant name, not patient name
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Complete thread -- so it could be
Complete thread -- Attention was turned to meticulous repair of the deltoid. The 2-mm dr ...
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Complete thread -- #1 two-row
Complete thread -- Following re-irrigation, the entire repair was circumferentially overs ...
Complete thread -- ASSISTANT: <____> Creve Coeur, MO ...
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Complete thread -- I hear "58-year-old who had an incident recently where she"
Complete thread -- sling (see google hits)
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 50-year-old who had an instant <___ ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left rotator cuff tear. POSTOPERATIVE D ...
Complete thread -- fluctuance
Complete thread -- There is no discharge. No s/l flack-lenz. In addition, there is an ulcer TIA!
Complete thread -- NM. Clearly states Taxus later.
Complete thread -- coronary artery disease with prior s/l axis stenting of the obtuse marginal. TIA!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- probably means gluten and dairy, but I would transcribe as is. IMO
Complete thread -- not making sense to me-see message on allergies
Complete thread -- just found it *remplissage*
Complete thread -- s/l romp-pah-sawj sm for context pls
Complete thread -- just for interest, a whole plastics OR report, no site listed, skin flaps & all! Nm
Complete thread -- nevermind-correcting himself and it's accessory nerve
Complete thread -- nerve damage in shoulder. Hear the word cephalic but next word is mush
Complete thread -- s/l spinary muscles
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Complete thread -- his last
Complete thread -- He has also had _______ coronary stent in 2013
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Complete thread -- Appropriate risks and benefits of surgery had been discussed with the ...
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Complete thread -- nevermind.
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Complete thread -- Then, at that time after negative aspiration, 30 of Kenalog along with ...
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Complete thread -- You could just erase you wav. That way people don't have to follow
Complete thread -- The 22-gauge needle was advanced down to the SI joint to the inferiorm ...
Complete thread -- ...the patient states she had frequent falls.
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Complete thread -- ?non myelopathic" lumbar radiculopathy.
Complete thread -- As per the husband, the patient was confused over the last couple of weeks with sm
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Status post fall. 2. Lumbar facet art ...
Complete thread -- Already sent it in.
Complete thread -- pls post your wav. u should have posted it after my acknowledge below.
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "enumeration"
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Complete thread -- and positioned in a way...layers
Complete thread -- CT head showed no acute intracranial abnormality, chronic subdural hematomas ______sm
Complete thread -- The patientís head was rotated towards the left initially where the &# ...
Complete thread -- The patient was transferred to the operating room and placed in a pron ...
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Complete thread -- the assistant did a
Complete thread -- #2 Benzoin and
Complete thread -- I think I hear "all the way to the"
Complete thread -- I stressed it back to 90 degrees of flexion and there was no disruptio ...
Complete thread -- An incision over the anterior aspect of the knee from the quad tendon ...
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Complete thread -- and shortened
Complete thread -- The soft tissue was elevated from the fracture site and it was externa ...
Complete thread -- She says "cannula" (singular...not cannulae plural)
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Complete thread -- 1. 3 cc 2. it was purified
Complete thread -- A total of 450 cc of tumescent was injected and a total of 250 cc of a ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "A Blake drain was placed and brought out laterally"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 ____ and she did have good
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "the sizer was used"
Complete thread -- A ??? drain was placed and brought out laterally
Complete thread -- I hear something like "___________ was brought out laterally."
Complete thread -- The pocket appeared to be too large, too wide laterally, and also too ...
Complete thread -- Please help with op report for cholecystectomy.
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Complete thread -- The anatomically shaped 2. line of
Complete thread -- At this time, the pocket was copiously irrigated with triple antibioti ...
Complete thread -- At this time, different sizers were used to determine the best implant ...
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Complete thread -- The capsule was examined and appeared to be thin and pliable. Capsulo ...
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Complete thread -- the torso was
Complete thread -- She was then taken to the operating room and placed supine on the oper ...
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Complete thread -- fully expanded
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Complete thread -- which she completed
Complete thread -- The patient is a 33-year-old female who had previously undergone bilat ...
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Complete thread -- yup. thanks :-)
Complete thread -- pure abduction?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- Virtually no external rotation in abduction. Fairly good flexion to 100 degrees, ___
Complete thread -- Could he just be saying "Few dental restorations noted." ???
Complete thread -- SVA, please help
Complete thread -- I think she is saying "to me"
Complete thread -- The patient was also admitted in April 2016 for the same problem and at that time, sm
Complete thread -- An even better suggestion (I've no doubt U R right.)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd say "multiroot" (or multi-root) as in nerve roots...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- capitalize - sm
Complete thread -- Pelvicaliectasis (all one word)
Complete thread -- west or West?
Complete thread -- multiroot nerve issue or multiroute nerve issue?
Complete thread -- Perhaps "pelviectasis" (see link)
Complete thread -- Pelvic "iliectasis" ?
Complete thread -- failed multiple void
Complete thread -- urodynamics ____ trials
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I did.
Complete thread -- I would think "graduated, stepwise" (see grammar link, item 5..see what you think)
Complete thread -- darn! Just flagged it. Thank you that must be it.
Complete thread -- eburnated?
Complete thread -- We then everted the patella. It was very s/l "abb er nay ic" however the sm
Complete thread -- graduated stepwise or graduated, stepwise??
Complete thread -- Yes. Referring to the gastroesophageal (aka esophagogastric) junction. (this link has
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- glad I waited on this- thanks all
Complete thread -- I would BTJMO
Complete thread -- I would think "through circular fibers" (see link)
Complete thread -- doc says Quote "pins and needlely" needlely not a word but quoted
Complete thread -- ulnar-sided wrist pain
Complete thread -- seeded does make sense, seeding of the shoulder by bacteria in blood
Complete thread -- Sent in.
Complete thread -- Sorry, bu I don't think any of these make sense here.
Complete thread -- s/l plet-ary or fluttery
Complete thread -- anteceded-earlier in time
Complete thread -- preceded
Complete thread -- listening again s/l that "a seeded" her ...
Complete thread -- pat had shoulder surgery, then fell and had leg injury and getting wound care
Complete thread -- never mind, I think she is just saying "side mouth gag"
Complete thread -- looking for name of gag in tongue tie procedure. s/l side bev. Sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "the scope" but that's all. Need more coffee.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- See reference to "paddles" in this link (do a ctrl F with "paddle.")
Complete thread -- After proper drape and prep and repeat time-out procedure, fluoroscopy ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We then broke off the *paddles*.
Complete thread -- included tight GE junction at 41 cm. Successful (what I heard)
Complete thread -- findings include type ______ 41 cm
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- 1. and subsequently the right crus to 2. insufflation
Complete thread -- 1. the circular 2. subsequently
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Complete thread -- reveals the
Complete thread -- The chorda tympani nerve not seen and the previous graft from the prev ...
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Complete thread -- Never mind, think that's wrong. Wait for other answers.
Complete thread -- I think he's changing left to right and says "to the right actually of the myotomy."
Complete thread -- to help stop a small amount of bleeding (I think).
Complete thread -- myotomy, __________right crus through the right edge of the myotomy. Endoscopic ____
Complete thread -- posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- pls post mp3 again. sorry
Complete thread -- so sorry, posted over your wav - please post yours again
Complete thread -- changed to
Complete thread -- extended through _____ fibers in the - The myotomy was _________ enlarged proximal
Complete thread -- A flap was then carefully elevated down to the tympanic membrane with ...
Complete thread -- extended through * a circle of* fibers in the distal esophagus
Complete thread -- Intraoperative findings include *type III junction* 41 cm, successful myotomy was per
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Complete thread -- a proton pump inibitor
Complete thread -- He is having significant gastroesophageal reflux disease. He may be h ...
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Complete thread -- but his
Complete thread -- His symptoms of burning and acid regurgitation resolved with Tums and ...
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Complete thread -- something non-profit organization
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: No history of tobacco or alcohol use. The patient wo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and submitted together.
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- I must be tired. I can't get this or the one below. Going to turn in. Good night.
Complete thread -- The Olympus diagnostic upper endoscope was advanced through the mouth ...
Complete thread -- She is dialyzed via right forearm fistula Monday, Wednesday and Friday. She has sm
Complete thread -- Good show!
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. Thumb. dictated in next report.
Complete thread -- I don't hear "bum"...and even if he said that, I would not give it to him.
Complete thread -- This is all he dictates.
Complete thread -- Does he make a treatment recommendation?
Complete thread -- don't know. its a letter. not mentioned his diagnosis. m hearing "bum"
Complete thread -- What is his diagnosis?
Complete thread -- Thank you for the referral of the patient for his bilateral <____& ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It's probably a silly little word, but I can't get it...sounds a little like "commented"
Complete thread -- Wound care and activity instructions were <____> especially wi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get the blank. Sry.
Complete thread -- No. Nevermind.
Complete thread -- R U sure he isn't saying "and release it" (rather than underneath it)???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The deltopectoral interval was identified and freed with my finger and ...
Complete thread -- I think he changes his mind to "site, him and his mother (excuse
Complete thread -- #1 even though we attempted to manage him conservatively
Complete thread -- I would think he's saying "significant instability" (though I can't
Complete thread -- The patient is a 15-year-old male who had an AC separation, grade 3 in ...
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- However, when she attempts to do any physical activity or activities l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks that's what I thought I heard but wanted to make sure.
Complete thread -- ??secondary??
Complete thread -- For _____ prevention we will check her lipid panel in the morning.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- ** .. ** (yes) ..."and good adherence down to the cuff without" (also note
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I did leave an anterior **slice** here of the humeral head not covered ...
Complete thread -- Not sure if I'm hearing "medial row of FiberTape as well as a more
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I took a FiberTape <____> as well as the more anterior <__ ...
Complete thread -- of these. A couple of these (I placed, I believe, 3); (The sentence
Complete thread -- We are calling for admission for possible TIA/CVA. Thanks you helped me get there. LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I placed a couple of retention sutures in the cuff and then placed con ...
Complete thread -- ** ..** (yes) Then I think i hear "that we did here"
Complete thread -- We lightly decorticated the greater tuberosity and cleaned everything ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 a portion
Complete thread -- #2 everything up
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Recalled in for admission" (although with
Complete thread -- She had minimal pain according to her prior to her traumatic injury. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Here in the emergency room her initial workup was CT head was normal. __________ sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear "a repeat"
Complete thread -- The patient is a 58-year-old female who had a traumatic injury to the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 monitor. If she does poorly, will
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 different from the extraarticular
Complete thread -- As stated previously, we injected intraarticularly and then re-examine ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- No comma after "though"
Complete thread -- ER Visit, Confusion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think you have it! It certainly googles well.
Complete thread -- i was hearing differential injections
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rectus femoris tendon just anterior etc
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "of intrabursal"??? (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating room and placed under just mild amo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- That is what he says, but the grammar is wrong...based on
Complete thread -- The patient is a 39-year-old female with a history of left-sided hip p ...
Complete thread -- wav posted for that part. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There is a grammar problem with "even though she did have started to have etc"
Complete thread -- , but she wished at least an attempt at arthroscopy
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The patient is a 72-year-old female with history of mechanical symptom ...
Complete thread -- benzodiazepine?
Complete thread -- alcoholism and anxiety disorder and is on chronic s/l base-oh-vas-in therapy. TIA!
Complete thread -- ? re-enter
Complete thread -- dosings.
Complete thread -- dosing's or dosing?? (Aleve)
Complete thread -- Lysis of Adhesions
Complete thread -- Not sure why they would just say "n"
Complete thread -- resembling?
Complete thread -- ...with a ? (not sure)
Complete thread -- p.r.n. (saying "pren")
Complete thread -- Medication
Complete thread -- presenting as?
Complete thread -- acute hypoxic respiratory failure, *respecting* flash pulmonary
Complete thread -- a guess since no voice file. Since does not have steatosis(fatty liver) you may not be sm
Complete thread -- I learned something new today. thanks.
Complete thread -- agree Solodyn (Minocycline Hydrochloride). antibiotic for acne
Complete thread -- hmm, agree, probably wants no sharp objects allowed, tho sm
Complete thread -- suicide precautions
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sharp restriction: Suicide or cutting risk? Don't know what SP2 is, though.
Complete thread -- That's where they usually go.
Complete thread -- SP2 *sharp restriction*
Complete thread -- awesome! Thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- nasal ointment
Complete thread -- ? nasally
Complete thread -- At present she takes Bactroban, ___, Celebrex, Deralin for tremors, Ezetrol, Nasonex
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ?Solodyn
Complete thread -- doctor spells f-o-l-o-d-i-n
Complete thread -- do height and weight measurements belong under vital signs?
Complete thread -- okay, i can hear that now. :)
Complete thread -- maybe "diffuse"
Complete thread -- NM. Need to flag and move on. Thanks
Complete thread -- echogenicity throughout liver, which is commonly seen in s/l dice use hepatic TIA!
Complete thread -- ankle and wrist pain
Complete thread -- what was it? I can't make it out.
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- For the past few weeks, she is also complaining of headaches, dizziness, and __ pains
Complete thread -- Got it...afebrile! LOL!
Complete thread -- s/l ac-brow (see context) Patient with COPD exacerbation
Complete thread -- on the left (I do eardrum as 1 word)
Complete thread -- This is a 6-year-old Caucasian male who has had longterm hearing probl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- set of saline implants
Complete thread -- The plan is to perform an implant exchange and to replace with a sligh ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- it's ok. :-)
Complete thread -- The alternative of medical management alone was discussed. The risks ...
Complete thread -- got it.
Complete thread -- Sorry Guy. I just realized I must have posted over your wav.
Complete thread -- The patient has history of cystic medial necrosis of __________.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- raised
Complete thread -- He said something like #2 because of the fact that she would be immobilized etc...(but I
Complete thread -- The possibility of TIA is __________ , but felt somewhat less likely.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "did not necessarily need true Brostrom as etc"
Complete thread -- I felt that she did NOT necessarily
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and maintenance of the reduction, which we were looking at a
Complete thread -- and maintenance of the reduction, we were able to get a very good
Complete thread -- ...immobilized for a period of time
Complete thread -- Her bone was quite soft here, therefore, I did place a washer to enhan ...
Complete thread -- ATFL and the CFL
Complete thread -- She did have some laxity here laterally and I used electrocautery to a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- should it be needed?
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- Nu-Knit ?
Complete thread -- I had a discussion with the patient preoperatively identifying the risks and sm
Complete thread -- Found this one.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Sorry I cannot get a thing off of this one.
Complete thread -- I am hearing scrape the epithelium off the central epithelium. See if you can hear that.
Complete thread -- scrape the epithelium off __________. Areas
Complete thread -- I used 3-0 Vicryl suture at the base of several bleeders and then reapproximated sm
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating suite. The patientís right e ...
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY: The patient <____> right eye. The p ...
Complete thread -- Viscoelastic was once again injected. A 10-0 Prolene suture on a CIF ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. He is a major mush mouth on everything.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can only get the last word "_________. NEUROLOGICAL: "
Complete thread -- I think he is saying then rotated and manipulated and just stumbled a bit there.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No..."A conjunctival peritomy to bare sclera"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Darn...I relistening I hear more.."A conjunctival peritomy through bare sclera was per-
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "nasal port"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She does have arthritic pain including knees and lumbar __________ .
Complete thread -- A conjunctival peritomy was
Complete thread -- A reverse Sinskey was inserted through the temporal paracentesis port ...
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating suite. The patientís left ey ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I'm hearing "with breakage of one of the inferior sutures."
Complete thread -- The patient is a 38-year-old gentleman who underwent intraocular lens ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- buried? Crimson duvet? (need to research for caps)
Complete thread -- on the?
Complete thread -- yeah. they were not there. posted both again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- not sure if it is just my computer, but I hear nothing on either wav or mp3
Complete thread -- I then passed another #2 FiberWire where the FiberTape was. I then us ...
Complete thread -- I then prepared a bone bed laterally about our humeral head. Initiall ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ligamentous?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- biceps was attached (not intact) (can't get blank)
Complete thread -- I am not sure...
Complete thread -- Once this was done, then I debrided the labrum particularly posterior ...
Complete thread -- 1. Intact inferior labrum. 2. Fraying of the posterior labrum. 3 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Took these back to stable bases?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I then probed it and found to be stable. I then performed an abrasive ...
Complete thread -- wav posted again. THanks.
Complete thread -- I don't hear any sound file
Complete thread -- Not sure about "were preauricular," as the link shows preauricular nodes.
Complete thread -- See link and ctrl F for "orbits."
Complete thread -- orbits?
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 49-year-old female who works <____& ...
Complete thread -- Got some of it...
Complete thread -- Eye Examination
Complete thread -- thanks to you both for listening. Will flag
Complete thread -- found in archives....SAM-e
Complete thread -- doc gives a list of meds and s/l sammy
Complete thread -- brachii nerve
Complete thread -- Tinel over medial and bracy s/l ins nerve
Complete thread -- I still hear elevator or elevated. LOL
Complete thread -- livery?
Complete thread -- I thought it might be elgibility?
Complete thread -- elevator? sorry, can't make it out quite well.
Complete thread -- She smokes 2 cigarettes a day. Does not drink. Works as an ____________ worker.
Complete thread -- Just for the archives, it s/b intervertebral (not intravertebral) in this context.
Complete thread -- of the mid LAD
Complete thread -- creatinine 1.8
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- I don't hear any mp3
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "resistance in" or "resistance and" capture thresholds.
Complete thread -- angioplasty. _______ will have PCI
Complete thread -- information regarding _________ and capture thresholds
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- maceration
Complete thread -- talking about vein/artery, not bone.
Complete thread -- takeoff (posterior tibial)
Complete thread -- MRI knee meniscal tears
Complete thread -- posted in mp4
Complete thread -- wav posted. THanks.
Complete thread -- Sorry, posted over yours. Please repost yours.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- after ______. The posterior tibia reconstituted shortly after ______.
Complete thread -- He would like to hold off for now and I do recommend that he follow up ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rest pain
Complete thread -- cramping headaches. She denotes that it is spasming and aching.
Complete thread -- Worsening gangrene _____ pain left foot. - not sure if whaty I hear is correct
Complete thread -- No extrusion or sequestration of disc material and no spinal stenosis ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l *resistance* and capture thresholds
Complete thread -- T1 and T2 ____ and lower inversion recovery sequence.
Complete thread -- There is also intraosseous meningioma seen at the L3 vertebral body oc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- however a ... pressed upon by .
Complete thread -- There is no extrusion or sequestration of disc material. No cord comp ...
Complete thread -- She has obtained an MRI of the cervical spine which reveals the follow ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tingling
Complete thread -- since I have seen her.
Complete thread -- is here for pain management and consultation. She has had an MRI of t ...
Complete thread -- Her pain in her back is worse at 6/10. Her pain radiates to the hips. ...
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Is this in California? I found a Dr. Jacobo Chodakiewitz
Complete thread -- wav posted. THanks.
Complete thread -- pls ignore.
Complete thread -- mp3 doesn't match
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match
Complete thread -- She was seen by Dr. <____> who has recommended an epidural blo ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient is here for pain management and consultation. She has had ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- straightening of the normal
Complete thread -- There is no extrusion or sequestration of the disc material was seen. ...
Complete thread -- In the lumbar spine, there is a loss of intravertebral disc height and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hemorrhoid
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: Hernia repair <____> surgery in 1990 ...
Complete thread -- tiring?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and tiring?
Complete thread -- The patient has had continued and persistent pain in the cervical spin ...
Complete thread -- He has continued pain in his neck and he describes it as pins and need ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- will offer more ... unless?
Complete thread -- I do recommend at this time since he has failed conservative treatment ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with straightening of the normal cervical...
Complete thread -- There is a loss of intravertebral disc height and disc desiccation cha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- try to get.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Other recommendations are: She knows..., for procreation.
Complete thread -- hopefully by then she
Complete thread -- Imo #1 is just him changing to she knows....
Complete thread -- We will then try and get all the imaging data from my office as well a ...
Complete thread -- I would also like her to see Dr. Richard Friedman in Burbank for possi ...
Complete thread -- likely
Complete thread -- ectopic pregnancy __________ from the right fallopian tube.
Complete thread -- sending in.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- u r welcome. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for changing to mp3 guy. I would do mp3 but I don't know how. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I was wanting to see if I heard this all correctly as I have it in the sentence sm
Complete thread -- There was no OCD lesion of the talar dome or the tibia as I probed thi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- manhole cover button
Complete thread -- I then went ahead and brought the graft up through the tibial tunnel a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flip button
Complete thread -- The footprint was brought up through the anterior aspect. I then brou ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- out of the freezer.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- The lateral meniscus looked good and no signs of tear. The lateral fe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for the heads up
Complete thread -- I should warn you that I received this email from the server.
Complete thread -- at the same time the neck incision was draped
Complete thread -- included the right iliac
Complete thread -- I think I hear "completed it included the right iliac crest region etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- . Once everything was completed I then __________ the right ilia crest region sm
Complete thread -- Got this one. Failure to fuse.
Complete thread -- Anterior cervical diskectomy and fusion C4-5.
Complete thread -- What is the proposed procedure?
Complete thread -- Note: s/b was reviewed (not was review)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think doc saying "along with"
Complete thread -- The procedure was review with her in detail along with the risks and alternatives sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She did not improve with physical therapy, was found to have a large disk protrusion
Complete thread -- split
Complete thread -- complaints related to the...
Complete thread -- The dissection proceeded superiorly to above the level of the umbilicu ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 32-year-old female who had undergone massive weight l ...
Complete thread -- boyfriends/husbands can be useful at times. Tell him good job! :)
Complete thread -- Subclavians! I never would have figured it out, but my boyfriend has good non-MT ears. :)
Complete thread -- upper arms?
Complete thread -- He is not interested in completing an ultrasound of his *s/l aplavians* SM
Complete thread -- Got it, Surface. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- surface or service is what it sounds like.
Complete thread -- s/l volume to me. (??)
Complete thread -- received 8 cc of _____ containing
Complete thread -- subsequently received 8 cc of *bomb* containing 120 mg of
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- flagged this, wasn't sure
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- monilial (never heard of it but Stedman's GI has).
Complete thread -- Please disregard. I will flag this after I went back through previous dictations.
Complete thread -- any guesses???
Complete thread -- s/l "a-tro-pic-lone" when on steroids to prevent fungal infection... Thank you
Complete thread -- The appearance of the proximal third of the esophagus is suggestive of ______ esophag
Complete thread -- The endotracheal tube was withdrawn to the level of *cord*.



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