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Complete thread -- no, you don't. You have no clue, none at all.Can't imagine you can hold down a job
Complete thread -- . Therefore, the main neurotransmitter of pain at the periphery is substance B a peptide t
Complete thread -- and in the end, the doctor STILL said B. NOT P. AS she stated. clearly. B. NOT P
Complete thread -- the OP even found more references for substance P
Complete thread -- neurotransmitters and the modulatory systems that .... Therefore, the main neurotransmitte
Complete thread -- Neurotransmitters Chemicals that transmit signals from nerve cells (neurons) to a target c
Complete thread -- capsaicin which when ingested, overwhelms your nerves and depletes them of substance B, a
Complete thread -- your opinion. I think a few of the hits are perfectly fine, especially since B is what he
Complete thread -- Clearly heard the wav last night. He said B, just like the OP heard.
Complete thread -- we don't know what the doc said
Complete thread -- 15 hits for #1, 11 for #2; each represents one article
Complete thread -- I find quite a few hits that are germane, including those.
Complete thread -- since the doctor does not say P, that is not germane either.
Complete thread -- I did; the reference is not germane
Complete thread -- he is not saying P.
Complete thread -- Cannot help computer misreading. Easy enough to find if you put forth 2 seconds of effort
Complete thread -- arthroscopy precautions were taken throughout? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you...that's exactly what I hear... ...
Complete thread -- proceeded in an (ordinary?) manner and ...
Complete thread -- Arthroscopy portals were placed in usual position and arthroscopy ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- can't find the other blank
Complete thread -- OSferion is an osteoconductive bone graft substitute and bone void filler...
Complete thread -- is OSferion right? ...
Complete thread -- Attention on the left side showed bone grafting of the tibial tubercle ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- full radius resector?
Complete thread -- _______ resector.
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Laterally, there was a lateral meniscus tear that was debrided with ba ...
Complete thread -- Oh, yes I do.
Complete thread -- 2. Arthroscopy proceeded and ______ pictures were taken throughout?
Complete thread -- heparin makes sense, but sure doesn't sound like that he what he
Complete thread -- really? just 3? who?
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted ...
Complete thread -- help with oph
Complete thread -- (1) elevation and exsanguination of the leg
Complete thread -- Following sterile draping, the patient had ____ and tourniquet was ele ...
Complete thread -- The constant bashing on the word board is coming from three helpers
Complete thread -- missing several syllables maybe...thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- Its called a run on sentence, all dx run together. You do not know how to read/interpret
Complete thread -- sounds like amiodarone (generic);brand Cordarone, Pacerone, Nexterone sm
Complete thread -- take a step back and look at your behaviour, no conscious or remorse. Must be a real joy
Complete thread -- omeprazole, furosemide, potassium chloride, _________, atorvastatin, Plavix,
Complete thread -- I think it's too late for coiling if it has ruptured (?)
Complete thread -- could be a toxic myopathy, possible myopathy, cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- No. Possible myopathy actually fits the context.
Complete thread -- (those aren't links)
Complete thread -- substance P
Complete thread -- no, I do believe it's substance P
Complete thread -- thanks - just found it too! appreciate your help
Complete thread -- no - though. tube feeds
Complete thread -- .Recothrom (ZymoGenetics, Seattle, WA) is a recombinant DNA–derived product
Complete thread -- I'd go with a reading. Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) is a test used to check how well
Complete thread -- GFR reading or rating? sm
Complete thread -- tube-feeds
Complete thread -- hemostatic agent, s/l rigg-oh-throm sm for sentence pls
Complete thread -- Also, recently, the patient was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and u ...
Complete thread -- thanks so much for your research. I also hear B. Do you think I can go for substance B?
Complete thread -- I tried to hear P, but keep hearing B. Check out links
Complete thread -- which would decrease the release of substance__ as a neurotransmitter
Complete thread -- maybe substance P? Find more references in google
Complete thread -- Does substance "B" make sense in context (last line)?
Complete thread -- Some posted a link already. Google it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- don't s/l fairchaz to me, but it does not match whaterver he is spellin
Complete thread -- if that is right, here is the address
Complete thread -- s/l he is spelling something wrong and it is martinsville, he said martinville (SM)
Complete thread -- Anyone?
Complete thread -- can you get this doctor in indiana
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Spenco orthotics ... and states she can get used to them
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It is on both sides, otherwise well confined.
Complete thread -- er mt gets answer
Complete thread -- they posted over your wav. need to repost
Complete thread -- see first
Complete thread -- He had some on both sides, otherwise well confined.
Complete thread -- affect prognosis significantly. _______. I told him that he is going
Complete thread -- 2. We recommended that the patient continue to try use ____ orthotics, ...
Complete thread -- I would tell him if it was a doc I worked for, but that's just me and I'm not OP.
Complete thread -- was dx with cancer? on both sides of prostate, but well confined, not spread? Mets
Complete thread -- Right. Oh, my! I am afraid to risk a benefit! (that just sounds stupid)
Complete thread -- you tell the doctor that then
Complete thread -- no, not really okay -- "the risk of any benefit" is oxymoronic.
Complete thread -- *He gets both sides otherwise well confined*. does this make sense
Complete thread -- I think so - just misspoke.
Complete thread -- I can hear that.
Complete thread -- maybe, as in Friends' School Old Scholars' Association
Complete thread -- not really.
Complete thread -- does anyone hear "Friends’ School Old Schol­ar "
Complete thread -- needs longer. property developer and s/l French, tails off
Complete thread -- retired farmer and property developer (but can't get blank)
Complete thread -- was asked to admit the 74-year-old retired farmer, property manager and ______
Complete thread -- C'mon. She is copying and pasting from her publication(s). :)
Complete thread -- awkward, but okay. he is saying the risk of any benefit is outweighed by the risk of
Complete thread -- u think he means just benefit?
Complete thread -- sounds strange to me
Complete thread -- the risk of treatment outweighs the (?risk of benefit).
Complete thread -- They should still thank those that tried to help to let them know not to waste
Complete thread -- it was relevant google copy, not just something with a similar word it
Complete thread -- I never said it was not from Google, I said it was not junk like some particular individua
Complete thread -- who you kidding, it was copied from google, admit it. It just came off top of your head?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- REALLY????? Since it has already been shown as the answer, Great find.
Complete thread -- Pay attention. The answer (given and thanked for hours ago) was "symptomatically"
Complete thread -- I hear proximal myopathy=Myopathy" simply means muscle disease.
Complete thread -- could be dictator term/description of what pt said, doubt pt said it
Complete thread -- Flapping gums (not literally), book my foot.
Complete thread -- and a box? going to have to look.
Complete thread -- Wow, I wondered where those posts were copied & pasted from.. now I
Complete thread -- almost s/l hypoxic but I can't document that anywhere. wait for someone
Complete thread -- of COURSE it was good. I don't post google JUNK like some.
Complete thread -- what is? who is?
Complete thread -- as well as congestive cardiac failure and ___ myopathy
Complete thread -- What is the title of your book? Where can I get a copy? Will you autograph it for me?
Complete thread -- It is a 3-girl clique
Complete thread -- chuckle, chuckle. Portions of my book,(posted here all the time, even today. give it up
Complete thread -- agree could be coiling (in brain) sm
Complete thread -- Could be because they did not get the help they asked for
Complete thread -- agree (good one) see documentation
Complete thread -- lol, my company is aussie also
Complete thread -- does any one hear "he originally said it was the cirpofloxacin"?
Complete thread -- s/l WSNS lots on google sm
Complete thread -- it is an Aussie account but I cahnged the spelling because normally people say I spelled
Complete thread -- lmbo
Complete thread -- I think it is really just slowed wayyy down, besides being bad.
Complete thread -- I bet you is not published either, you jealous lade!
Complete thread -- this is
Complete thread -- then it should be diarrhoea also
Complete thread -- and the fact the OP has told me in the past when
Complete thread -- TY so much for your help
Complete thread -- Listen to the doctor - and most meds he says are aussie, not american by the websites they
Complete thread -- How do you know if this is an Aussie account?
Complete thread -- of course, because I only have "less than 30" years under my belt.
Complete thread -- The quality of your audio is very bad though
Complete thread -- originally said he was on ciprofloxacin? and wouldnt you spell it organised if this is
Complete thread -- watch out, guys, or you'll get a lecture about how you need to learn how MTing works...
Complete thread -- yes, positive it is a male
Complete thread -- A guess, to check out, I don't have enough info ? Viance catheter
Complete thread -- I think "old" referring to the time, not vintage as in "old, outdated"
Complete thread -- male patient I mean
Complete thread -- S/l Originally she was on ciprofloxacin*****Are you sure this is male?
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like she was talking about the possibility of
Complete thread -- We originally ___ ciprofloxacin but he is now having ongoing bleeding and
Complete thread -- Lately, I see a lot not coming back at all.
Complete thread -- I hardly ever see this op coming back and thanking her helpers.
Complete thread -- sounds like he wants vintage, considering it was so old not sure some of the
Complete thread -- Word help Please TIA
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Her periods have been over for a while (not She appears to)
Complete thread -- could be coiling?
Complete thread -- World Federation of Neurological Surgeons Grading System for Subarachnoid Hemorrhage -. (W
Complete thread -- PS I also cannot tell if he is saying "cautery" or "cordi ...
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- Exactly!
Complete thread -- She appears to ______ for a while
Complete thread -- symptomatically? (has some of the same sounds in there)
Complete thread -- s/l em-paw-nigh-ickly (not empirically, unless she is butchering it) sm
Complete thread -- you can, but that wouldn't quite fit with this procedure.
Complete thread -- the reason, they look for developmental milestones in children
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I had never heard of either.
Complete thread -- might be membrane wall (looks like pathology dictation)
Complete thread -- "no excessive warming" and "passive cooling" fit together.
Complete thread -- sent WAV, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- sounds like excessive, successive? I hear the essive part
Complete thread -- That makes me feel better. I think I am losing my 'ears' at times!
Complete thread -- www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&site=&source=hp&q=alcohol+detoxification+drugs&o
Complete thread -- initially Apriso but she could possibly HAVE side effects
Complete thread -- is that a question?
Complete thread -- Doing alcohol detox and he is naming a ton of meds. Does anyone
Complete thread -- you can have a vagal plexus?
Complete thread -- Two thumbs up,
Complete thread -- agree with brachial
Complete thread -- Geeze..... I would hope she would. It is what it is. Everyone has to have some smart c
Complete thread -- brachial?
Complete thread -- s/l "vago plexus block"
Complete thread -- humm, no luck here, he/she has pain, thyroid and lower B.P. meds covered. sm
Complete thread -- thank you all. I guess I send without adding and see what QA does with it, which will let
Complete thread -- That sounds a bit draconian to me. I guess OP knows how strict the "verbatim" rule is.
Complete thread -- I agree, don't add
Complete thread -- I would go as dictated (expand MCP for impression) With time, you will sm
Complete thread -- I'd go ahead and add "joint" (but if you'd get in trouble, then don't -- the meaning is
Complete thread -- It is verbatim. If you expand, you cannot add, no matter if it does not "feel"
Complete thread -- what would you do?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that way it was said, took me 3 times to hear it.
Complete thread -- rx and s/l tromatae with a long a sound at the end s/l tro mat a
Complete thread -- Oh, of course it is. This is one of those head slappers!
Complete thread -- The plan of care
Complete thread -- patient's name sounds nothing like that
Complete thread -- this is a pulmonary consult. The patient
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- lymphadenopathy, including left submandibular region
Complete thread -- (size) 4 femur trialed with a (size) 4 tibia,
Complete thread -- diffuse lymphadenopathy in _______ mandibular region
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Not used to doing ortho. Please sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- more context?
Complete thread -- can you give more info? What is being dictated before this?
Complete thread -- Apriso for which? of which?
Complete thread -- until it has reached its effect
Complete thread -- Apriso -- and then there is another little word, but? where? with which?
Complete thread -- well child exam - "MTAT" is normal.
Complete thread -- from me and initially _____ she possibly had
Complete thread -- daily as baseline _____ effect to produce
Complete thread -- easy to document
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- search of prior reports shows roll. I have no idea what this is..... thanks
Complete thread -- path s/l membrane rule ? roll?
Complete thread -- debulk
Complete thread -- probably babesia
Complete thread -- unfortunately the best thing to do with this current problem is to just ____the area
Complete thread -- The skin and subcutaneous tissue were dissected, whereupon the screw
Complete thread -- After proper drape and prep and a repeat time-out procedure, fluorosco ...
Complete thread -- I was actually talking to d l o k j a ~ trying to figure out what aortic-myocardial cone
Complete thread -- nope, not Darlene, looks like talking with yourself, can't quite follow though
Complete thread -- see msg - Lyme disease/muscle aches
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- past several
Complete thread -- The patient does not smoke. He is a social drinker, 1-2 beers a day ____for several
Complete thread -- aortic myocardial cone is apparently part of the tick heart-who you calling shirley?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- surgical etiology
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- yeah, that eluded me until right after I posted here.. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- disregard please
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- Do I need a comma here?
Complete thread -- hemoglobin s/l novugoodotry
Complete thread -- Note, I did post a link.
Complete thread -- is that you Darlene?
Complete thread -- could be bronchial obstruction by the lung cancer.
Complete thread -- obstructive pneumonia, I guess. It does fit. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- could you post a link? I google and the first 3 hits are all talking about ticks
Complete thread -- sm. Sounds like obstruction, but doesn't really fit context.
Complete thread -- I have no idea. Flagging. I will post what it was.
Complete thread -- no idea what you mean shirley on ticks AOMC is abbreviation
Complete thread -- nevermind...it is the city... North Springfield
Complete thread -- To cap or not cap? She does hot food preparation at International House of (SM)
Complete thread -- I think she is saying flow velocity across the left outflow tract is normal.
Complete thread -- echocardiogram s/l left vahzel
Complete thread -- It has to be that. Perhaps patient is dyslexic since doc reads from a form. Thanks a bunch
Complete thread -- nabumetone would fit for RA - initial /n/ may be blended with previous word, and speaker
Complete thread -- Pt with seropositive RA as only medical history. Medication s/l: 'am-bu-teh-known'
Complete thread -- Sounds like a 21-year-old if typed verbatim (10+11-year-old)
Complete thread -- 10 plus 11 months is what he means, but I would not even begin
Complete thread -- I agree with this - I have a doc who gives year+months like that
Complete thread -- I suspect doc is saying it goofy, meaning 10 plus 11/12-year-old (one
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- How old is the patient? Is he close to 11? How close? Sounds to me the doc is guessing
Complete thread -- s/l CHBT tear (sm)
Complete thread -- face
Complete thread -- hit wrong key should be hyphen. Hard to type in small spaces
Complete thread -- with children the age is pertinent, example 5-3/4 is not quite 5 or 6 years
Complete thread -- I read-- villi exhibit a leaf]like appearance, with moderate blunting in height.
Complete thread -- 10-plus/11-year-old
Complete thread -- I say that because I am guessing he changed his 10+ to 11. Hard
Complete thread -- I would think you are either 10 or 11, so I would edit to 11-year-old
Complete thread -- How would you type "10-plus 11-year-old"
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did miss that.
Complete thread -- can you hear "with villi blunting" ? (they usually say villous blunting)
Complete thread -- ? villi blunting
Complete thread -- you left out an "arm" in there (after internal rotation with the...)
Complete thread -- is consistent with celiac disease *with three line* blunting and
Complete thread -- I think it looks fine
Complete thread -- His exam under anesthesia showed 170 degrees of forward flexion, 170 degrees of abduction,
Complete thread -- wav file. I am pretty sure I have the words- I just don't have it punctuated to make
Complete thread -- Expansion good for archives. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 360 (degrees) panretinal photocoagulation (PRP)
Complete thread -- From what I gather from Google, it is "full 360 (degrees) PRP."
Complete thread -- suspicious areas and breaks and *full three sixty PRP* was also performed
Complete thread -- great, thanks
Complete thread -- decimals usually reserved for metrics, not time. I'd use 1-1/2
Complete thread -- expressing time numerically, is 1-1/2 or 1.5 minutes the acceptable form?
Complete thread -- enhancement?
Complete thread -- Thanks. It took me a while.
Complete thread -- succus A fluid, such as gastric juice or vegetable juice, contained in or secreted by ...
Complete thread -- Succus found it.
Complete thread -- sent WAV file
Complete thread -- sounds like succa
Complete thread -- out of curiousity, what was
Complete thread -- Thank you all!! Got it
Complete thread -- I think so. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Found Charles E Lord (anesthesiology) in Portland, ME
Complete thread -- Could it be Lloyd, Lourde, any other spelling?
Complete thread -- concordant?
Complete thread -- nupe. how was it dictated? you sure of town/state?
Complete thread -- S1 and that facet loading maneuver aggravated the pain, causing __ symptomatology
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of a Dr. Charles A Lord II in Vienna Maine?
Complete thread -- Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide Receptor 1 (VIPR1)
Complete thread -- actually, I capped it wrong. either VipR or VIPR (I've seen it just as all caps).
Complete thread -- ViPR?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Toxoplasma chorioretinitis, more simply known as ocular toxoplasmosis, is probably the mos
Complete thread -- Should "toxo" be expanded to something else?
Complete thread -- parietal area
Complete thread -- loose alveolar?
Complete thread -- loose areolar? where is the cyst?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- The deep dermis was tacked down to the "loose alear" tissue in a quilting pattern
Complete thread -- and followup _______ here, which was good
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Azopt...
Complete thread -- , Spiriva, ________ for cholesterol, ______ for the eyes and glaucoma
Complete thread -- I also hear that now.
Complete thread -- yes, just like saying a lap sponge. (short for laparotomy)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It is unlikely that physical therapy...
Complete thread -- ___ elaborate physical therapy
Complete thread -- Thirst?
Complete thread -- Amicar
Complete thread -- physical therapy. _____ physical therapy will prolong
Complete thread -- He has never had any glucose in his urine, no increased *earth*.
Complete thread -- s/l kammicar
Complete thread -- Studies and Tests: MRI of the knees last season being last fall ____wi ...
Complete thread -- see msg please
Complete thread -- Once the entire leaking implant material was removed on the left side ...
Complete thread -- got it - development of
Complete thread -- What is that? I did find it in a google hit of "The heart and
Complete thread -- a medication that is associated with _____ gynecomastia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- some? problem with gynecomastia
Complete thread -- Thank you for the opportunity to evaluate your patient, X, for his ____ gynecomastia.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot poi and nm. :-) ...
Complete thread -- I think you got it, FISH study (fluorescence in situ hybridization)
Complete thread -- fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
Complete thread -- yeah. changing it to "it". Thanks ...
Complete thread -- he does say sent IT of, not her. I think they just sent the lesion
Complete thread -- I am still researching myself. It does sound like FISH
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. is FISH test right? ...
Complete thread -- Dr. Grace Liu in Newport Beach
Complete thread -- can you post paragraph before the first line listed or a wav AoMC, aortic-myocardial cone
Complete thread -- The patient was found to have a lesion on her anterior thigh that requ ...
Complete thread -- sent her off to UCSF
Complete thread -- he says sent *it* off...what is *it*? or what is the pt being seen for?
Complete thread -- did you need the doctor name?
Complete thread -- The doctor who took care of her was Dr. ____ Newport Beach sent her of ...
Complete thread -- mean begets mean, a bully deserves it
Complete thread -- Thanks to both! nm
Complete thread -- sorry, you already figured out cards. Yes, that gets my vote.
Complete thread -- cards maybe. Beer while playing cards with friends.
Complete thread -- Social History: Pt "enjoys occasional beer with (s/l) carbs?"...cards? nm
Complete thread -- "could be" not "should be" :) ...
Complete thread -- Upon further investigation, it should also be Toxocara so I am marking ...
Complete thread -- probably toxoplasmic chorioretinitis
Complete thread -- toxochorioretinitis
Complete thread -- Isn't Dacron capitalized?
Complete thread -- .... I would say yes, since the brand name is Tylenol Extra Strength..but, extra strength
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Is this how you would write the "extra strength" for Tylenol in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Must be some cardiology abbreviation that only they use. My sm
Complete thread -- so that makes no sense really. I also found
Complete thread -- Thanks, just wanted to make sure.
Complete thread -- looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- Is my comma placement correct
Complete thread -- I'm finding Abernethy's Operation Modified - Cooper's method
Complete thread -- Operation: Repair of abdominal aneurysm and bilateral common iliac sm
Complete thread -- They all have an operative report. In-patient is much more detailed sm
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sorry, I agree, I read the sentence wrong.
Complete thread -- Outpatient surgery does not require on overnight stay.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- example
Complete thread -- Then office procedures performed by surgeons would be considered outpatient surgery?
Complete thread -- do you put a comma before however at the end of a sentence?
Complete thread -- level of surgery is different outpatient, more complicated procedures are done inpatient
Complete thread -- I would guess, outpatient being performed in an ambulatory surgical office
Complete thread -- listen for 78, otherwise flag.
Complete thread -- outpatient surgery versus operative report work types - what is the difference?
Complete thread -- Now, that sounds like it. He does not say any of the consonants but the main sound is
Complete thread -- revision of left
Complete thread -- I thought it could be redo but I simply do not hear that.
Complete thread -- I will take out the now. Still not sure.
Complete thread -- a re-eval for left knee replacement recently??
Complete thread -- with a _____ *of* left knee... (not *now*)
Complete thread -- wav - I feel like my ears quit working sometime this morning
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- celiac disease?
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: She has a history of seizure disorder, thyroid d ...
Complete thread -- I felt silly but it was all I could hear.
Complete thread -- I wish mine had been near a sea coast. Anywhere but...
Complete thread -- I thought it was colonoscopy on the sea coast.
Complete thread -- I am not even going to mention what I thought I heard first!
Complete thread -- . On the cecum, she did have a
Complete thread -- wav file - thanks
Complete thread -- darn it. I wish I could hold up reports. Thanks
Complete thread -- ohhhhh....I finally got it.
Complete thread -- oohh - I love that emoticon! Hope you don't mind if I use it... to the shove-it poster...
Complete thread -- I think that reply was to the "human" with so much empathy. If the shove fits...
Complete thread -- I'm not the shove it poster, fyi
Complete thread -- rats!!! thanks poi
Complete thread -- It was hard to tell because of the way he enunciates. Thanks.
Complete thread -- nice (I tried and could get nothing, but certainly hear that now)
Complete thread -- hot is an often used term to mean inflamed, but I would imagine
Complete thread -- I'm going with hard. Need more coffee, me thinks
Complete thread -- laparoscopic appendectomy hot/hard. ESL.
Complete thread -- pulp space loss
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- there is a sphenoid ala, have not heard of area of the brain referenced that way.
Complete thread -- NOS, as well as delirium secondar to general medical condition (yes, versus)
Complete thread -- "pulse space loss" sm pls
Complete thread -- nerve sparing is performed bilaterally in the apices remaining
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "versus" not "worse with"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Oh, having empathy must also mean you can tell someone to
Complete thread -- Delirium NOS, ______ gentleman medical condition
Complete thread -- AND most companies EVEN lousy ones, know that it might take a few minutes
Complete thread -- oral cavity lesions? I hear this frequently.
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- no Captain?
Complete thread -- s/l calci lesions
Complete thread -- I'd think linear since I'm not 100% sure they can determine "inner dimension" (though
Complete thread -- No oral cavity lesions.
Complete thread -- melanoma with brain metastases. See message:
Complete thread -- what is tho rate?
Complete thread -- Ala means wing. There is an ala. If that is what you are sure you hear, it is
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Never mind. And is it.
Complete thread -- SHOVE IT "gimme", it's called empathy for others, you obviously lack that "human" trait
Complete thread -- this is a prostatectomy. and or in?
Complete thread -- there are oral calciific/calcified lesions, tho rate
Complete thread -- anterior s/l ala
Complete thread -- thank you :0
Complete thread -- as do you, evidently
Complete thread -- would flag that
Complete thread -- doc dictated BP as 143/28... 40yo seen for knee pain. Thinking 28 is def wrong... ??
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Yes, SIRS. (systemic inflammatory response syndrome)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- abdominal wall cellulitis status post *S I R S*
Complete thread -- here's the trademark specimen as documentation.
Complete thread -- Evidently, you have plenty of time on your hands to post these stupid lectures.
Complete thread -- might be Vital ® AF(Vital AF 1.2 Cal™ - Abbott Nutrition) sm for others
Complete thread -- frequently, yes they do return, so might work for another report
Complete thread -- is this ok? vidal TF at 75 cc
Complete thread -- Bet neuro is closer than beer! Thanks
Complete thread -- I bet that's it! (not that we'll ever know since this was a post-and-run
Complete thread -- oral mucosal
Complete thread -- I would think "Bruckner" (expressway, NYC)
Complete thread -- hyphenate: seat-belted driver
Complete thread -- ? neuro
Complete thread -- alsoa typical phrase is: bright red blood per rectum
Complete thread -- What is the pt being seen for, and by whom?
Complete thread -- Thank you. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- that would indicate it's old blood
Complete thread -- No s/l oral calci lesions.
Complete thread -- Easiest thing is to just flip the med and put it first. Lidocaine, 10 mL, without
Complete thread -- using the above trademark link, only Tournier is trademarked
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- S/L Blackened blood per rectum?
Complete thread -- I usually add a "Then," in these cases. Another option is "Ten milliliters of 10%..."
Complete thread -- S/P right hemiarthroplasty with a Tornier Metal Hemi Toe. Should metal hemi toe be
Complete thread -- or "digits" since he says that elsewhere - just not 5 hands.
Complete thread -- 10 cc or Ten cc at beginning of a sentence?
Complete thread -- dunno the others, but I'd definitely change to fingers (or flag if editing not allowed)
Complete thread -- cutdown. I thought I heard gut down. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l thera glove space, inferiorly ulnarly, all 5 hands?
Complete thread -- another WAV file, thanks. I think I hear it but have never heard of it.
Complete thread -- By the way, 12 beers a day -
Complete thread -- sounded like beer or weird to me too. I flagged. Let QA put in beer.
Complete thread -- s/l "beer" to me
Complete thread -- Have to move on, stat.
Complete thread -- Cefadyl sounds close. It fits his symptoms.
Complete thread -- He is on aspirin, Lipitor, BuSpar, Haldol, ________, Bacid, Lomotil, (tying once more
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- eek, typo, left off the "L" should be Cefadyl
Complete thread -- I was thinking that possibility too, just did not have room to enter it
Complete thread -- There is also Cefady antibiotic (infectious condition in your text) am
Complete thread -- yeah, I was thinking freeway or parking garage... but methinks OP has left the building
Complete thread -- kinda would lean with this suggestion (or even a freeway (level)
Complete thread -- it is 2 different areas extremities & lymph nodes, thus, new heading. sm
Complete thread -- admits to felt? can you put to feeling? AND experiencing
Complete thread -- probabaly columella (or choanal) sm for def.
Complete thread -- Thanks!! It is a new account so will flag for QA:)
Complete thread -- I would at least put a comma after difficulty, if not a new sentence or even a new heading
Complete thread -- Just needing to know if this sentence makes sense
Complete thread -- where is this at? Could be a place or a building or something?
Complete thread -- bb had it
Complete thread -- bilateral central regions
Complete thread -- added compression?
Complete thread -- bumper?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ended on the lower level of the *brugner*. The patient admits to felt an experiencin
Complete thread -- interstices (intervening space between something) being said wrong
Complete thread -- S/l Ranexa to me
Complete thread -- multiple sites of melanoma status post excision,
Complete thread -- I was going to say lipidil (fenofibrate) but sounds more like it starts with an S or soft
Complete thread -- Lipitor, BuSpar, Haldol, ________, Bacid, Lomotil
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- She has Diovan _____ and vitamin D.
Complete thread -- She will require surgery for deviated septum repair and I would favor an open septopl
Complete thread -- nocturia, dysuria, hematuria, _____. Musculoskeletal
Complete thread -- history is negative for _____ dialysis
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- sufentanil.
Complete thread -- I encouraged her to wear the Spanx garment and to wear *Attic* compres ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- for buttock wound - s/l duradevmy
Complete thread -- tried to hear it. mind saying what it was for the Archive?
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- there were well-formed and symmetrical sleep spindles in the bilateral _______
Complete thread -- I totally misread the soundlike. Yes, biforaminal is all over Google and archives.
Complete thread -- ? neural foraminal encroachment
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I wonder if it is just his quick way of saying bilateral foraminal ...
Complete thread -- The drum IS s/l still thick, and the middle ear space is atelectatic.
Complete thread -- The drum s/l still thick, and the middle ear space is atelectatic.
Complete thread -- sounds like biforaminal ...
Complete thread -- Is it L-B-I (abbreviation) or sounds like el-bee-I?
Complete thread -- The tympanic membrane was greatly inflamed. An incision was made init ...
Complete thread -- Pain management
Complete thread -- please tell us how it turned out for the archives
Complete thread -- A CT angiogram was performed of the abdomen, pelvis, and...
Complete thread -- it is in the archives here also
Complete thread -- Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that. I had Googled Owens silk and found not hits. Thank you, poi
Complete thread -- over the Owen silk, sutured, and the stent
Complete thread -- Owen silk suture
Complete thread -- dressing made of cotton balls soaked in saline was placed ____, es and the stent dres
Complete thread -- pump? Was patient on a pain pump?
Complete thread -- probably had been sleeping on a "bump" (like a pillow) after surgery.
Complete thread -- oh gosh, it's glasses.
Complete thread -- I believe the med relates to the double vision.
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with history of stroke and lacunar infarct.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is clear, but odd. I flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- bumpy ball reference? Not sure
Complete thread -- no hyphen
Complete thread -- provocate fits much better. it can often trigger and "provoke" episods...
Complete thread -- s/l bump? It is pretty clear but not sure if that is correct?
Complete thread -- normal healing or normal-healing?
Complete thread -- just wondering, is this an evaluation for autism? My child is being evaluated for it now
Complete thread -- I just don't think propagate fits the context of the sentence, though.
Complete thread -- Provocate (to provoke) is found at dictionary.com?
Complete thread -- I think I'm going with propagate! :)
Complete thread -- sm please.
Complete thread -- I just came to back to check. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- This was then prepared...
Complete thread -- another WAV, thanks
Complete thread -- I kept thinking insufficient and just knew that the was wrong
Complete thread -- ACL deficient knee
Complete thread -- wav file, same word twice - thanks
Complete thread -- I like that so much better! I wish I had not turned it in already because
Complete thread -- This is a possibility (see inside).
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had thought of that but then changed my mind.
Complete thread -- I'd use a colon where you have semicolon and semicolons instead of commas prior to #s
Complete thread -- I would use a colon in place of the semicolon
Complete thread -- how does the punctuation look?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- CrossFit?
Complete thread -- s/ foss fit? some kind of exercise program maybe?
Complete thread -- FWIW, what was "very clear" was not correct, according to QA.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- said another way, on px exam, detected tardus parvus, thus, sm
Complete thread -- a billet in the industries, or Billet Industries (in NY)
Complete thread -- misformed (misinformed) is what I hear. I think he is "misformed"
Complete thread -- nevermind - sure me meant HDL - will flag
Complete thread -- His cholesterol is 2.43 with an LDL of 0.588, 0.52 and triglycerides of 2.96 mmol/L.
Complete thread -- love lawyer stuff, just watched "Good Wife", 1st episode Netflix
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ahh, might just be IT (oo) + more for archives tardus parvus= sign, phenomenon, pattern
Complete thread -- hers were weasels?
Complete thread -- I hear: some lawyers worked for both the...
Complete thread -- some lawyers for both the defense and prosecution and possibly hers were ____.
Complete thread -- it was billet
Complete thread -- It would be "you" in that instance. Grammarbook.com explains it in pronoun section.
Complete thread -- I was commiserating with the OP who was being told the blank
Complete thread -- Is it correct grammar to use yourself for you?
Complete thread -- anytime, babe
Complete thread -- thanks for that new word, OO
Complete thread -- was it "builder" ?
Complete thread -- MIGHT have been : (SM)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- posterior detrusor (muscle) and
Complete thread -- got it, thankyou!
Complete thread -- into the posterior *true zer* of bladder wall.
Complete thread -- ? abdomen, pelvis, and lower extremity runoff
Complete thread -- s/l sew ah stitch
Complete thread -- ? anterior tibialis
Complete thread -- she was on ___ 9 Unit & She worked as a ____ in the industries and had commence
Complete thread -- could it be "tardus parvus" or "parvus tardus"? probably not... but SM
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- (saying cardiac, could be cardia too)
Complete thread -- agree with cardiac
Complete thread -- I didn't hear the wav but I often hear rubs, clicks, gallops, murmurs.
Complete thread -- auto versus pedestrian (hit by a car)
Complete thread -- ? cardiac of the stomach has...
Complete thread -- angiogram was performed and *Alvin tal vas* and lower extremity runoff
Complete thread -- tib-fib fracture status post *out of versa pedestrian*. Additional
Complete thread -- I prefer not to use the word hate; may I offer irked? annoyed?
Complete thread -- H. pylori is negative. ______ also about 20 eosinophils
Complete thread -- Who said anything about pissed off?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pantoprazole
Complete thread -- med s/l protoprantazole
Complete thread -- she can *only* stay out (not *always*)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- ankle pumps?
Complete thread -- Patient is status post total knee replacement.
Complete thread -- S1, S2 regular without ________ clicks, gallops or murmurs
Complete thread -- She does a lot of *vibration* of the activities of daily living and needs the help of
Complete thread -- Thanks, oscar.
Complete thread -- deltopectoral approach (used in previous cuff repair)
Complete thread -- 76-year-old female with shoulder pain.
Complete thread -- maybe filled pocketbooks (one word pocketbook) - with "is" left hand? his/her?
Complete thread -- including *phillip* pocket books
Complete thread -- probably is it, but not what he said so gonna just flag
Complete thread -- ok toots, it sounded very clear to me - is that okay with you?
Complete thread -- ? deter his symptoms
Complete thread -- Thank you! I kept going over it and over it, and it just sounded weird at first.
Complete thread -- 'lytics (short for throbmolytics)
Complete thread -- Venlafaxine is an antidepressant.
Complete thread -- venlafaxine?
Complete thread -- Please SM
Complete thread -- tp takes s/l ventafax for depression...thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, going with no space
Complete thread -- Found it! Kapvay
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- I have seen it with no space, with a comma, and with a semicolon
Complete thread -- Is there supposed to be anything between the 23 and p13 or do I delete that space?
Complete thread -- hedge fund
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She works in a ____.
Complete thread -- kinda s/l defervesce? not sure if it is entirely used properly
Complete thread -- seed
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Past medical history includes prostate cancer, status post *seed/seat* ...
Complete thread -- He has been on famotidine which slightly helps but not completely *det ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Don't you hate that?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- No, you would cap it if it followed the name of the hospital: Lenox Hill Emergency Room.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is he correcting from "no true complaints" to "no real complaints" ?
Complete thread -- Do you cap emergency room if the name of the hospital is stated? For example: "The
Complete thread -- She has no true _____ complaints.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't think it's "very clear," but I do think you might be correct.
Complete thread -- [period] I think the control angiogram will allow us...
Complete thread -- Thanks. the period in the middle of the sentence threw me off.
Complete thread -- And the control angiogram will allow us...
Complete thread -- _____ control angiogram allow us to give her a green light
Complete thread -- I forget my manners in my excitement - thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Ah! that makes sense. I never would have gotten that.
Complete thread -- underwent composite resection?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- another link - another persuader
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- but another darn FDA page says: (SM)
Complete thread -- Brand Name MATRIX THREADED PERSUADER
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- Cerebellar (function) is not tested
Complete thread -- Would it be: Cerebellar is not tested? or Cerebellum is not tested?
Complete thread -- Great... Thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd think it would be much the same like typing a threaded screw ?
Complete thread -- according to the manufacturer's technique guide, it is not cap'd
Complete thread -- Patent question - see link and inside
Complete thread -- I vote "and"
Complete thread -- this is closest i could find on a quick look sm ***
Complete thread -- yes, please tell us so it can go into archives. (inquiring minds want to
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- daily and monitor effects.
Complete thread -- 1. Dr. ___and nurse practitioner discussed at great length management ...
Complete thread -- and vs. in
Complete thread -- is it D50 or D-50?? I see both
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- Kappa bias index?
Complete thread -- didn't find natune patella on their website. Maybe "native"= original knee born with link
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- I got it ....thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Thank you. That is a helpful link! nm
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I found this link
Complete thread -- sorry - accidentally posted my answer above
Complete thread -- he's saying open resective sugery, which is the same as open resection. My question was
Complete thread -- listen for: open resection; listen for: and/or a temporal craniotomy
Complete thread -- and vs. in. sm
Complete thread -- So never mind :) Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- I think it was e, C and Kell antigen, found as Anti-e, Anti-C and Kell/nm
Complete thread -- ESL hem/onc:Blood bank thought patient had "small letter e, capital letter C antella
Complete thread -- My "balloons" don't show up anymore and I didn't read all the others before posting.
Complete thread -- what is "lades" ?
Complete thread -- you forgot the misspelling of continous and lack of a question mark after "how about you"
Complete thread -- Has my own. self-sufficient (hyphenated) Have you considered
Complete thread -- checking google.com. Is your last name Walker?
Complete thread -- Scribbling on the crayola book does not count.
Complete thread -- what is the name of your published material?
Complete thread -- "disease with old plan of a left leg angioplasty that was done in 2011. "
Complete thread -- published.
Complete thread -- Having something scrawled
Complete thread -- and did you mean continUous?
Complete thread -- "Has my own MT business." <-- another example of your skill?
Complete thread -- BWAHAAHHHHAHAAHAAAHHHAHAAHA.
Complete thread -- Shame on you jealous "lades" I have 45+ continous years, acute care, all specialities sm
Complete thread -- you mean 30 years *and* google.com
Complete thread -- oooh baby, gimme a balloon and pass the bon-bons
Complete thread -- 30 years, yall, 30 years!
Complete thread -- Balloon50 or balloon-50.
Complete thread -- betcha it is plain old BALLOON-50 - someday U might learn 2B an MT...
Complete thread -- I don't see "D50" in here anywhere? D50 is 50% dextrose. -- makes a difference
Complete thread -- isn'tit plain old D50
Complete thread -- "C'one, show use what ya know" ??? I sure is jealous.
Complete thread -- arguing with yourself?
Complete thread -- the question was is it D50 or D-50" and it was answered. And, not most sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks to those that tried.
Complete thread -- I think testing for an MI so s/l = CK-MB.=creatine kinase-MB fraction./l
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I think most of us perfectly understand "how." That does not even come close to
Complete thread -- how to type, D=dextrose, 5=5% glucose, W= water, NS= normal saline sm
Complete thread -- I need help. Thanks
Complete thread -- I need help. Thanks
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- Trend is away from use of hyphens in general. I never use it in D50 anyway.
Complete thread -- is it D50 or D-50?? I see both
Complete thread -- Emergency room isn't capitalized. x4 (no space between) could it also be
Complete thread -- what is the next sentence after "___ is present" ?
Complete thread -- right upper lobe cavitation (not gravitation)
Complete thread -- I need help. Thanks
Complete thread -- we need at least a "sounds like"
Complete thread -- I need help. Thanks
Complete thread -- med list (if it helps)
Complete thread -- or stumbling over glucocorticoids?
Complete thread -- wow, no idea
Complete thread -- the patient is well controlled with inhaled __________ and her IgE level is only
Complete thread -- got it - Alternaria
Complete thread -- The patient’s allergy testing was reviewed. The patient is allergic to house dust,
Complete thread -- agree and also, their report.
Complete thread -- not an oil, it's cream (mupirocin 0.5%)
Complete thread -- good idea to verify. Suggest google.com + your enter term. Lots there sm
Complete thread -- not all helper suggestions are gold without documentation which is often the case
Complete thread -- Laura Louise Likar, MD
Complete thread -- Have to move on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- looking for a doc in Santa Cruz, CA area s/l Like-hart TIA!
Complete thread -- elocation?
Complete thread -- I got it from below help. The sentence is "She has gas and eructa ...
Complete thread -- okay, so here's the thing
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. "Gas and eructation" ...
Complete thread -- same word as below
Complete thread -- ? finasteride
Complete thread -- possibly "eructation" - but as noted, you need to post a longer sound file so we can
Complete thread -- please extend wav before and after
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSES: 1. Intermittent gastric reflux. 2. _____. 3. Ev ...
Complete thread -- can you give us more of a lead on that wav?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: _____ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- looks good to me.
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- rituximab or?
Complete thread -- pt with granulomatosis polyangiitis.
Complete thread -- could be meaning to say Glumetza (metformin), but I'll flag. thanks! :)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- drug: Currently is taking aspirin, metformin, BP medication, s/l "glozeta"
Complete thread -- just a thing, like a mouse trap,
Complete thread -- "movement upwards of her liver function tests" ???
Complete thread -- okay, it seems like it is a name of a catheter
Complete thread -- can you share your sources of improper combination
Complete thread -- thanks all for the suggestions.
Complete thread -- It definitely is POBA on my end...going to flag it.
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- has resulted in weight gain and also ___ of her liver function tests.
Complete thread -- is mucus trap capped or not? on google searches it seems to be both ways
Complete thread -- I think that is more of a 6 mm.
Complete thread -- me neither. Hmmm... think it might it be POBA?
Complete thread -- Yea, I heard the "k" sound. I don't know of any "flex 6 mg" other than Zanaflex tho.
Complete thread -- I hear "flex" at the end as well, but more like Kadzoflex?? can't figure it out
Complete thread -- Zanaflex 6 mg (the 6 mg fits) but he sure doesn't pronounce it the right way IF that is
Complete thread -- 2000 mg p.o. b.i.d., Prilosec once daily, _________ 6 mg daily, simvastatin, ....
Complete thread -- it gets worse
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- change the suprapubic to a Foley ?? that guy irks me the way he has run-on sentences LOL
Complete thread -- not a good candidate to _____ Foley because of the condition of his bladder.
Complete thread -- Phenytoin? ...
Complete thread -- phentermine?
Complete thread -- med s/l feneterine,
Complete thread -- s/l acne densertoses or gensurtoses
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- internal urethrotomy? intra-urethrotomy?
Complete thread -- s/l INTROUROTHROTOMY
Complete thread -- type is a noun in this context, so I wouldn't hyphenate
Complete thread -- Question
Complete thread -- not all Google is gold. Improper combination
Complete thread -- Depends on how your account prefers setup. If narrative form is fine then just do
Complete thread -- Question
Complete thread -- fibrosis (you're picking up the sound at the end of extensive)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Soft is fine. I often hear "gentle" or "mild" debridement.
Complete thread -- Patient is status post rotator cuff repair.
Complete thread -- me too =/ Thank you! I think I shall flag :)
Complete thread -- I've been googling and can't find diddly squat though...
Complete thread -- test
Complete thread -- okay, now that you state the ending of "cin" I do hear "point 5%" s/l cue-par-a-sin :(
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- something that ends with "pair-oh-sin"
Complete thread -- I hear 0.5% too ? s/l mupirocin 0.5% ???
Complete thread -- to run at 200 ....
Complete thread -- s/l drawn? does that make sense?
Complete thread -- here is PMH if that may help??
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- any other guesses?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- macular degeneration (said real fast)?
Complete thread -- s/l cue-par :(
Complete thread -- I hear 7.5%. Also just checked archive it shows 7.5% as well, also has blank for oil
Complete thread -- oops - maybe I was hearing the "7" as part of the drug name
Complete thread -- eye ptosis, hemorrhoid surgery in the past, glaucoma, *echogeneration*.
Complete thread -- does it have to do with E-cigarettes?
Complete thread -- can't get the oil name, but I hear 0.5% not 7.5%
Complete thread -- med list help
Complete thread -- easier to read semi-custom
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- "is" is correct - when the tenses are mixed like that, you match the verb to the tense of
Complete thread -- There are no lymphedema or other problems, or is it: There 'is' no lymphedema or....
Complete thread -- Scalpel-less?
Complete thread -- liposis? (Fatty infiltration of tissue)
Complete thread -- kyphosis? (what is this report? x-ray?)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- next time, try google.com, enter your phrase sm
Complete thread -- doc dictates - scalpelless - technique for vasectomy. Looks odd, woudl you leave it?
Complete thread -- semicustom-type
Complete thread -- Would you hyphenate semi-custom type???
Complete thread -- I hear urologist, not neurologist.
Complete thread -- prostate. The patient was living in Queens, so he was ... (NY? - distance between is 150
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes, he definitely says ounce but this guy is all over the place
Complete thread -- evaluation of his prostate and _____ was seeing a neurologist
Complete thread -- ounce? I don't think I've ever heard ounces even used. mL. like 1579 mL?
Complete thread -- Bupropion?
Complete thread -- Post void residual today is about 1.5 ounce, *79*.
Complete thread -- Med s/l abubrion
Complete thread -- interaortocaval
Complete thread -- finding interaortocal
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- aortointercaval - is this a word?
Complete thread -- UPper X
Complete thread -- T4aN1bMx colon cancer
Complete thread -- Found it!! Acland test!!
Complete thread -- can you post a source? I can't find this anywhere. Thanks
Complete thread -- Ackland test, I think
Complete thread -- ? BAC (blood alcohol)
Complete thread -- s/l acklin test (mandibular facial reconstruction)
Complete thread -- s/l PAC. Can't figure it out. Do I just need more coffee . . .
Complete thread -- I have had doctors that would tell Webster's to go fly a hockey puck and if they want
Complete thread -- biased fits - like it is placed at at angle or slant
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- slurs corrections maybe? "some small scars where hernia was done. Hernias: none."
Complete thread -- s/l he says "he had hernias done laparoscopically" and "has a big mesh that was put in"
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- He has a small scars hernias _______. On rectal
Complete thread -- Patient with multiple sites of melanoma throughout the body...
Complete thread -- excellent
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. subnormal cervical lordosis above her fusion.
Complete thread -- no past pointing ?
Complete thread -- no ataxia?
Complete thread -- What's the patient being seen for?
Complete thread -- Finger-to-nose testing: No "paquening." Never done this doc before. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- errands?
Complete thread -- errands?
Complete thread -- I went walking around yesterday as well as running *areans/arians*. ...
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- that's good thinking
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what that's supposed to sound like
Complete thread -- moccasins?
Complete thread -- nitroglycerine p.r.n.
Complete thread -- Shoe gear consists of tennis shoes and *maatisons*. ...
Complete thread -- "anasarcic" s/b anasarcous per Websters
Complete thread -- Starlix, omeprazole, Zocor, tramadol, tamsulosin,
Complete thread -- offset however with commas (she does, however, continue)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- purchase is correct - google podiatry toe purchase
Complete thread -- did you google toe purchase? It seems to work, unless I don't understand
Complete thread -- yes - search "toe purchase" along with hammertoe or podiatry
Complete thread -- She does however continue to struggle with overall medial column loadi ...
Complete thread -- the pt had a CT, nothing said about MRI - and the two words are together, ____ distortion
Complete thread -- also, like an artifact
Complete thread -- surpisingly, haven't heard in dictation,
Complete thread -- anybody encounter "vaping" before? Not in archives -- well, now it is...
Complete thread -- looks good to me= nasal septum. anesthetized and decongested using Boyette's solution sm
Complete thread -- lolol
Complete thread -- wav already gone
Complete thread -- ?? rectal stricture (as listed in text)
Complete thread -- I believe cycle is more the mechanics/function of the MRI, hematoma not needed.
Complete thread -- didn't hear wav. gradient, (pressure gradient) explained sm
Complete thread -- oooh baby...
Complete thread -- LMBO!
Complete thread -- Try to verify the 2 words together "cycle distortion" related to hematoma
Complete thread -- lb and oscar apparently did that yesterday ~ haha
Complete thread -- get a room you guys
Complete thread -- Thanks, that was my thought too.
Complete thread -- guess inside
Complete thread -- How would you punctuate this ?
Complete thread -- Thank you, ltt!!
Complete thread -- s/l heavy component laser
Complete thread -- hahahaha!
Complete thread -- it'll have to wait tho', I'm outta here - things always get hot after I leave for the day.
Complete thread -- how about POBA=plain old butt ache? I betcha that's IT!
Complete thread -- are you flirting with me now lb?
Complete thread -- there you go again, flirtin' with the helpers...
Complete thread -- Tried to re-post again. Not sure what's going on.
Complete thread -- yo baby... lookin' for a little cyber-somethin'-somethin'?
Complete thread -- good ear!
Complete thread -- disruption?
Complete thread -- argon? focal? can't hear wav
Complete thread -- till hear the older wav
Complete thread -- blanked the first one.
Complete thread -- dysfunction
Complete thread -- yo, sexy! <wink, wink, nudge, nudge> hahaha
Complete thread -- heavy ____ laser
Complete thread -- I have no idea, it does not say in any prior report.
Complete thread -- resumption?? (did she have a colostomy and then reversal?)
Complete thread -- symptoms due to her rectal ____ from Crohn's disease and she had a ring stricture of
Complete thread -- no wav
Complete thread -- Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!!
Complete thread -- C3F8
Complete thread -- Now that makes sense to me!
Complete thread -- This makes no sense to me but I hear "16% Z3FA or Z3F8."
Complete thread -- C3F8
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ahhh, new one for me and been doing this for 8 years!! thx
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thanks, Oasis
Complete thread -- .......16% ____ ?
Complete thread -- pretibial wound. staphylococcus not capped there
Complete thread -- pretibial wound?
Complete thread -- pretibial?
Complete thread -- grumous material maybe
Complete thread -- I had a look at her ____ wound which looked infected and awful
Complete thread -- Pelvic ultrasound blanks. First blank starts after description of procedure, s.m.
Complete thread -- rhegmatogenous retinal detachment?
Complete thread -- Very fast speaker and never typed this surgery before.
Complete thread -- Thanks - I hear that too but don't know what that means
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- almost sounds like half systemic? sorry...pretty lot of static
Complete thread -- I saw the 1 reference on Google but did not look further. Thanks. I should have.
Complete thread -- sted By: Txczech on 2007-10-23
Complete thread -- neurogenic-like
Complete thread -- could it be Biuret?
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever confirmed Boyette solution or its spelling? I looked in the archives.
Complete thread -- History of CA of the prostate, neurogenic *light* bladder and had a seed implant
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The right ventricular pressure estimate is _____ with mild gradient
Complete thread -- Yes! I bet that's it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- There's a Kemp orthopedic test that tests for pain. Maybe that.
Complete thread -- yeah, unfortunately after my post I realized my suggestion really didn't work.
Complete thread -- I would think abnormal (maybe hearing the s from has?)
Complete thread -- I thought it might be limp, but it stated normal gait.
Complete thread -- not sure about "or a little smaller" but "a little bit higher" sounds pretty clear
Complete thread -- he thinks a little bit higher or a little smaller before that?
Complete thread -- limp?
Complete thread -- Right sided (s/l kemp) produced some pain in the left leg.
Complete thread -- Shoulder refers to the location of fem implant, the top part
Complete thread -- I sent that to the QA, maybe they will see it before they do it.
Complete thread -- He had a PSA of 4.4. _______ before that.
Complete thread -- I saved the report! I will have it for next time. Thanks
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file, would be best. I think cycle works. sm
Complete thread -- Doyen - darn, too late
Complete thread -- I can't find anything that sounds like "doo-ann" to me?
Complete thread -- dual end? Sending in and flagging.
Complete thread -- I have been looking for Duran but that didn't work.
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- I hear what sounds like *dil-li-an* but can't find anything.
Complete thread -- haven't heard it before but was able to verify
Complete thread -- I'm going with it based on the first link in that list. Thank you.
Complete thread -- TY for try. I think I will send to qa
Complete thread -- Patient is status post bilateral total hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- wav file sent too
Complete thread -- I did, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like duran - nephrectomy
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- well... Heflin *does* sound like Efflin
Complete thread -- ?? subtle distortion
Complete thread -- can't verify either one. Residual distortion?
Complete thread -- I'd say moleskin since there is no brand name with it?
Complete thread -- I just located the post you are referring to
Complete thread -- moleskin or Moleskin?
Complete thread -- sm tia which would make sense here?
Complete thread -- Thx for input everyone.
Complete thread -- and there you have four different choices :)
Complete thread -- sorry, I said that badly.
Complete thread -- Here is what I would do...
Complete thread -- I don't think comma needed after views, but your choice
Complete thread -- comma after cast, demonstrate (no s), intraarticular (one word)
Complete thread -- views, left wrist, obtained through the cast demonstrate (viewS)
Complete thread -- I would delete "in" differential excursion of the etc
Complete thread -- Yes, ty, I saw that as well, but it just doesn't sound like that, although we know how
Complete thread -- Is punctuation correct here?
Complete thread -- I found a John Heflin in Meadville, PA?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- PCP near Indiana, PA, Dr. John s/l Eflen.
Complete thread -- differential lower excursion
Complete thread -- Thanks. Was just coming back for a last check. I heard that too, I thought
Complete thread -- i hear differential
Complete thread -- Have another area, will flag this too. Thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- The primary is where the cancer originates from, not the first
Complete thread -- perhaps "employment" since works for a wine importer.
Complete thread -- cyber freaky, then
Complete thread -- I did... I just wasn't sure if thats what he was referring to and wanted to verify. thanks
Complete thread -- yes, peds - little socks to below the ankle
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: 2+ edema. He has **peds** on instead of supportive stockings.
Complete thread -- I do believe that's it! Thank you so very much!! ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is here with her husband
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Vital signs are good. The patient _______. In no acute distress
Complete thread -- silver alginate maybe?
Complete thread -- topical wound debridement
Complete thread -- was Ellik'd out
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The bladder was _____ removing all the
Complete thread -- Thanks. Now I am looking for an ENT guy that sounds like john O'Deery, Boston
Complete thread -- Thanks. Do I have it punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too
Complete thread -- the primary in cancer is the first initial place where the cancer was discovered and
Complete thread -- ...someone
Complete thread -- Can some one explain what "primary" means in this sentence (sm)?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- conversation?
Complete thread -- did Not jump a turn.
Complete thread -- wav file. I hope I did jump a turn but no wav was posted. shortness of breath and
Complete thread -- big difference between sclerosis and scleritis. I cannot document sclerosis. I'd flag
Complete thread -- he changed. The prostate was examined and small and soft and then 'massaged?
Complete thread -- doctor clearly dictated episclerosis and I cannot change it. Must I flag or can I give it
Complete thread -- wav is some female doc talking about a groin abscess?
Complete thread -- Episcleritis is a relatively common, benign, self-limited cause of red eye, due to inflam
Complete thread -- is "episclerosis" an acceptable term?
Complete thread -- small and soft and _____ three times ____ and he gave
Complete thread -- My neurology account says biceps along with brachioradialis...
Complete thread -- thank you, both!
Complete thread -- BI = biceps
Complete thread -- brachioradialis (BR
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You are awesome... thanks!
Complete thread -- Patient with cervical and thoracic muscle strains.
Complete thread -- does "subnormal cervical lordosis" make sense in context? Thats what it sounds like.
Complete thread -- sounds like medication: "Santos" or "same dose" with baby aspirin
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- not sure about blank, but: I have *advised* him to have...
Complete thread -- Infectious disease consult - .wav sent
Complete thread -- she works at shoprite where she is a "sonage" or "sonich" or "sign ish"
Complete thread -- centrilobular? (I have a doc who pronounces it like centrilobar)
Complete thread -- up that way, or have it ______ on a machine to break them up
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- Yes I think so - so central is probably what it is based on his " ...
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks
Complete thread -- could you be hearing congenital or central?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pulmonary
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Youngswick
Complete thread -- Status post 1 week left foot, Austin ____ osteotomy with screw fixatio ...
Complete thread -- to try any of that right now.
Complete thread -- She has elected not ______ right now
Complete thread -- I guess "vagarities" might work. See definition of "vagarious"
Complete thread -- his support? huh??
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was assured. ________ was then placed in the posterior
Complete thread -- uterine fundus was then ________. The cervix was then
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- at either end...vaginal mucosa.
Complete thread -- of the _________ fascia of the cervix _________ segment
Complete thread -- Vaginal _______ in the cervix
Complete thread -- incisional abscess with possible cellulitis
Complete thread -- I got it, thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- he drinks alcohol as part of his "Doormit"? 56-yo gentleman
Complete thread -- with all the s/l vay-gare-uh-tees affiliated with insulin. TIA!
Complete thread -- flagged it
Complete thread -- Now that is just plain silly. Support for what? What is wrong with
Complete thread -- of you don't like the suggestion given (post below) you don't have to
Complete thread -- radiology report
Complete thread -- posterior horn?
Complete thread -- radiology report
Complete thread -- The lowest oxygen desaturation of 47%. (FNP is dictating sleep
Complete thread -- k k j p n c needs his support on the word board, kissy butt
Complete thread -- cyber-sleeping
Complete thread -- you work for Nuance, don't you?
Complete thread -- it wasn't poorly worded - the MT didn't distinguish "incidence"
Complete thread -- freaky
Complete thread -- you don't know it wasn't the right word
Complete thread -- It's a word-help board. That's understood.
Complete thread -- thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- s/l maybe Neomycin comes next, but cuts off at that point
Complete thread -- ahh...thanks billybob. Is there another one after that ?
Complete thread -- pioglitazone (not PO).
Complete thread -- note: montelukast and clonidine were repeated
Complete thread -- furosemide, famotidine, simvastatin, hydroxyzine, Patanol, p.o. _____, Diovan, ...
Complete thread -- I had never heard of basal metabolic panel and CBC before
Complete thread -- don't lol, but I am going to flag with that suggestion :)
Complete thread -- 1 definition of basal: Of primary importance; basic. Maybe that is what was said
Complete thread -- I was gonna say I hear "sees golden robots"
Complete thread -- You are right; basic metabolic panel (BMP). I would challenge.
Complete thread -- I think you're right
Complete thread -- QA changed: He will be seen in clinic for"basic" metabolic panel and CBC. to "basal"
Complete thread -- never mind, I hear it clearly here. surrounding
Complete thread -- 2-month-old male with discomfort ___ feedings; back arching and grimacing with reflux
Complete thread -- good suggestion. It sounds to me like "golden", but makes no sense.
Complete thread -- s/l he says quote ? i.e. She is a "robot" sometimes.
Complete thread -- sleep evaluation
Complete thread -- lolol
Complete thread -- I guess, if you're wrog, you're just wrog.
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- you mean
Complete thread -- WOW... just wow. Get more years under your belt...
Complete thread -- fine, that's great whoopeee!!! Still does not mean that the suggestion was
Complete thread -- good judgment does not include putting what cannot be heard, period
Complete thread -- what is wrog with you. OP & QA did exactly right, can't make it out, leave blank. Dang.
Complete thread -- The point is to use your judgement, not just parrot type what is offered.
Complete thread -- I'm not protective of anyone. Just thought that after this little lecture, the least she
Complete thread -- I would... LOL
Complete thread -- Give it a rest! You must be sleeping with Oscar since you are so protective of him.
Complete thread -- yep, now that you said that, i hear it
Complete thread -- Talk about totally missing the point. I don't care if you believe it or not. YOU still
Complete thread -- Yeah, they suck me right in. Thanks!
Complete thread -- My apologies. I will trust my QA over a virtual helper if I can't hear it eitiher.
Complete thread -- agree, well said, respectful post. Ignore posts that just keep arguing, some have here
Complete thread -- "" It was not the right word. QA left it blank. - OP""
Complete thread -- No where did I say Oscar was wrong. It just couldn't be heard by QA either.
Complete thread -- Just sayin. For you to assume that it was not the right word because QA left it blank is
Complete thread -- Thanks, Elle. It was said out of respect for all who participate on this board.
Complete thread -- I am in agreement with what you had to say. Well said, and a good post!
Complete thread -- s/l he is actually saying "seromatous" to me
Complete thread -- Okay. Another well-intentioned post gone awry.
Complete thread -- thanks to all, but later on he says "if this is a seroma". i think he is turning seroma i
Complete thread -- you don't know it is not the right word just because QA left it blank.
Complete thread -- oops, swollen and is under tension
Complete thread -- S/L he changed his mind and said "swollen under tension"
Complete thread -- (not sure on your blank, but "an" area of fat...
Complete thread -- This is my point. It was not the right word. QA left it blank.
Complete thread -- But, you must also remember, the doctors do not always pronounce things correctly. They
Complete thread -- This is not a recurrent hernia. It is in the superficial layers and l ...
Complete thread -- No disrespect to ODB. As I said, it was said in respect and as a suggestion for others.
Complete thread -- Oscar is ODB (oscar da bomb) since he is right 99.9% of the time.
Complete thread -- What or who is ODB
Complete thread -- kudos to ODB.
Complete thread -- This is a respectful message to all participants of this board (see message)
Complete thread -- greater incidence is a good idea.
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- So is this "poster" who has POBA on the brain. Worst than lost.
Complete thread -- where is the balloon? I'm lost.
Complete thread -- even if it was "plain old" not "old plan" where did you get your balloon?
Complete thread -- *rolls syes* I spit my drink out on this one.
Complete thread -- To the OP. You heard it.. did it say "plain old or... old plan of a" I will take YOUR
Complete thread -- Just because it IS does not make it FIT in every post.
Complete thread -- see why I seriously doubt any claim of 30 years MTing. You don't
Complete thread -- s/l nepranizole, might be omeprazole (Prilosec) Sm for other drugs ending in Zole
Complete thread -- now it is my turn to gigglesnort!
Complete thread -- I dunno... why is your thigh burning after a balloon angioplasty? Can you post some more
Complete thread -- oh gee, thanks! What would we do without your help?
Complete thread -- I betcha it is correct; here ya go on POBA. Prob just not familiar I'd guess
Complete thread -- is that
Complete thread -- gigglesnort
Complete thread -- and, who are YOU; "Pretty obvious who you are" So what difference does it make in the end,
Complete thread -- how much do you want to edit? "There is much greater incident" ? "She is at much greater
Complete thread -- agree that phrase sounds wrong, but I doubt your version is correct.
Complete thread -- for others on board - infrageniculate=below the knee
Complete thread -- poorly worded - "she is at greater *risk*" or "there is a much greater *incidence* of"
Complete thread -- I believe this phrase wrong; "old plan of a left leg angioplasty that was done" might=q
Complete thread -- is greater "incident" correct? I would think it should be another word. Should I
Complete thread -- what? where does it say POBA?
Complete thread -- this phrase is not correct I don't think. Might be =plain old balloon angioplasty= POBA
Complete thread -- isometry
Complete thread -- ! infrageniculate vessel (sorry)
Complete thread -- stumped on ESL pls sm
Complete thread -- ...say "subtle"
Complete thread -- are you sure they didn
Complete thread -- yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- "hyaline membrane disease ??
Complete thread -- pulmonary clinic: s/l hall-member disease?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- med s/l nepranizole
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- I'd just use facet changes no such word
Complete thread -- Would you use "facetal" changes at L3-L4?
Complete thread -- I don't know why you don't just use your name. Pretty obvious who you are.
Complete thread -- googling your phrase brought it right up.
Complete thread -- goof idea of course, my tip was just relisten, other helper was sharing experiences
Complete thread -- great arteries=large vessels entering the heart, aorta, pul art and SVC sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I do understand that, but I don't type what I don't hear.
Complete thread -- just remember, a lot of doctors don't pronounce things correctly...
Complete thread -- Oops, didnt mean to post in all caps
Complete thread -- SEE LINK (2 mm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm sure he/she is, but I slowed it as slow as it would go and no "app-" was heard.
Complete thread -- can't find different sizes for Cloward punches, sm plse
Complete thread -- I have one doc that says normally related great vessels, so i'd say go with it.
Complete thread -- D-ventricular looping and *normally related great* arteries
Complete thread -- :) just found and posted at same time :) thank you!
Complete thread -- found this Stachybotrys
Complete thread -- stachybotrys (black mold)
Complete thread -- sorry, pls disregard my post
Complete thread -- wondering if this sentence makes sense. pls sm
Complete thread -- I heard that too, but is there such a thing as "stucky buttress" ??
Complete thread -- "sick from mold" is actually a stucky buttress ? issue.
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- NEW FDA approves 1st preventive migraine pain headband Cefaly system sm
Complete thread -- oh oh, ohhhhhI bet he is right, slow way down on your end, relisten again.
Complete thread -- written for
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ? inside the colon of the etc
Complete thread -- On another listen, it is probably that, but it is not clear, so I'm flagging. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oscar. That makes sense, but it doesn't sound like that (sm)
Complete thread -- appendicoliths for the 1st one
Complete thread -- s/l containing pen-dik-u-lis and 2nd s/l inside the pole (see message)
Complete thread -- and the patient _____ for his clonidine and hydralazine
Complete thread -- w/out hearing wav, could be erosive and/or exudative
Complete thread -- Likely dictator not familiar with drug (mispronounce) Exforge=hypertension sm
Complete thread -- I think might be saying some variation of word isometric (or symmetry) sm
Complete thread -- Keep hearing something like "Dorsett's." I know it doesn't exist but maybe will trigger
Complete thread -- well, we have it here, see link.
Complete thread -- agree www.alconsurgical.com/ IOL: AcrySof® IQ, SN60WF, 21.5 diopter. .sm
Complete thread -- agree, Tobradex (tobramycin and dexamethasone ophthalmic suspension)
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks
Complete thread -- so fast and short? as he finishes the antibiotics, he should be seen.
Complete thread -- give us a call back and ________ should be seen _______ be seen
Complete thread -- no, fluid is still used.
Complete thread -- Is this one of those exceptions to the cc being mL?
Complete thread -- I think it's Alcon Laboratories (now that I've searched some more!)
Complete thread -- I agree. I just thought of PAP like CPAP, and PAPR came up. nm
Complete thread -- Procedure: Cataract extraction by phacoemulsification with posterior chamber lens im
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! You would have thought would have come up with as many ways as I
Complete thread -- Synovasure™ is a laboratory developed test (LDT) for the detection of infection in the syn
Complete thread -- I can't believe my Sted spellchecker doesn't recognize Synovasure. It's the latest editio
Complete thread -- yes, that was trademarked.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Is the Synovasure capped?
Complete thread -- PAPR see link
Complete thread -- Synovasure - note the Y
Complete thread -- alpha-defensin - still working on last word
Complete thread -- He just corrected and said s/l apha defensive/Sinovasure, I think. (He said the I think)
Complete thread -- Aspirated her knee of 20 cc and this was sent for s/l alpha defensive test.
Complete thread -- sent WAV file
Complete thread -- sounds like papper - paber?
Complete thread -- I think she may be saying Tobramax, but means Tobradex?
Complete thread -- BoS does not really say 'not to.' It says preferred, but it is okay if dictated, and to f
Complete thread -- Joint "isolotry". Knee surgery. Thinking from the word isolate, but can't find.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tobramycin (for eye infections?)
Complete thread -- somewhat?
Complete thread -- I was either bit or bed. Thanks
Complete thread -- good appetite, _______ related with meals
Complete thread -- with a bit of posterior calcification.
Complete thread -- wav file, trying to decide between 2 small words.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I looked Topamax up but believe it is a tablet for seizures and headaches so did not fit?
Complete thread -- Topamax?
Complete thread -- For around the eyes I have given *TobraMAX*. Doc is clearly saying this, but I
Complete thread -- meds s/l exforte very clearly. patient has hypertension so I
Complete thread -- is moderate left _______ grade B distal peptic esophagitis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think my blank is over.
Complete thread -- i.e., Scarpa fascia (if "fascia" is dictated) but just Scarpa's
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hate that rule.
Complete thread -- it's acct specific, but even BOS says it's okay to use 's when it stands alone.
Complete thread -- wav file. Do you put the 's on things like Scarpa even though BOS says not to?
Complete thread -- By their sign, it is MOMS Pharmacy (see link)
Complete thread -- California MOMS or Mom's Pharmacy? I see references for both.
Complete thread -- can't quite get it, slow way down to a crawl on your end, relisten, prob w/get it,
Complete thread -- that wasn't the point at all, Dr. Charm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- past medical history of left hip surgery in XXXX, ________ ligation, surgery for
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use a comma.
Complete thread -- Adderall 10 mg tablets, 1 tablet b.i.d. - Is the punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- Yes it was MCA - thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- it happens to us all :)
Complete thread -- thanks so much - not sure how I missed that
Complete thread -- phase
Complete thread -- that's weird - I just put it back up. thanks
Complete thread -- MCA? (middle cerebral artery)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "IC" aneurysm? ...
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav file
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Neurology
Complete thread -- that would coincide with the nipple reconstruction ____.
Complete thread -- pore (skin pore)
Complete thread -- See message for link
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Gynecologic exam...
Complete thread -- clorazepate and Banzel
Complete thread -- ApneaLink sleep study findings -
Complete thread -- list of seizure meds:
Complete thread -- Thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- coryza
Complete thread -- Systems review
Complete thread -- well, there's some info for the archives now. :)
Complete thread -- I just sent it in a bit too quickly.
Complete thread -- I think the R CTT sounded the most like it. I did flag with the suggestion
Complete thread -- thirded
Complete thread -- no goblet cell metaplasia
Complete thread -- Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Two is so many! A comma is needed, so two have recommended a comma.
Complete thread -- I just can't get it. He stutters them about 3 times. I will flag with the suggestion.
Complete thread -- you have it right.
Complete thread -- CTT = chest tube thoracostomy; maybe R for right?
Complete thread -- a dry, “punched-out,” oval-shaped tumor. Quotation marks before or after comma?
Complete thread -- That could be it! Thanks. I will listen again and again..
Complete thread -- ? ICD (intercostal chest drain)
Complete thread -- Sending to QA.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. This is going to QA anyway. Do not want to tie up the Wav files.
Complete thread -- patient with pleural effusions - sounds like RCTT or something like that. ESL
Complete thread -- seen for shortness of breath
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for your input. Sometimes I get a little crazy about these things. LOL
Complete thread -- ?Scintillant; ?surgical
Complete thread -- I believe there is a rule about words after comma, but SM
Complete thread -- two helpers here prefer no comma after overall
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- So it would be: , but overall, That looks odd to me too, almost like
Complete thread -- kempt
Complete thread -- No hyphen with well kept and comma after overall is needed.
Complete thread -- adjustable?
Complete thread -- your punctuation is perfect
Complete thread -- ? Disposable?
Complete thread -- comma or semicolon? TIA!
Complete thread -- "Sistabo" lighted retractor. Breast augmentation procedure
Complete thread -- I told him we usually....
Complete thread -- Plaquenil
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Because the prostate is ... therapy, his options are no .
Complete thread -- ? comorbidity, minimal risk of mortality ? going home the same day.
Complete thread -- possibility of getting blood ____, the minimal risk of mortality, ______ home the sam
Complete thread -- in great detail. _____ prostate is symptomatic
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Lisinopril, Celebrex, Lamisil, Motrin, Allegra, Sudafed, A ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Anterior ? is normal.
Complete thread -- orifice and the orifices are well away
Complete thread -- urine out of each orifice. The _______ are well away from the bladder neck
Complete thread -- Flexible cystoscope passed under vision. ____ is normal.
Complete thread -- had a chest and injury to his chest - hope you caught that before sending it.
Complete thread -- no, it is an old guy
Complete thread -- I hear TAC. not involved TAC. Is this a child and they suspect abuse?
Complete thread -- thank you all for your help! I think I need to flag. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't help. I would have to flag that.
Complete thread -- maybe DAC - direct access colonoscopy??
Complete thread -- I will therefore not involve TAC in the process??
Complete thread -- aortic transection (not transaction)
Complete thread -- more of report
Complete thread -- that is hard to figure out with one sentence out of a report.
Complete thread -- maybe Transcatheter Arterial Chemo-embolization (TACE)
Complete thread -- what would that mean?
Complete thread -- TACing?
Complete thread -- thanks, that is what I thought :)
Complete thread -- I would say Debrox over the counter or over-the-counter Debrox
Complete thread -- hyphens or not?
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- agree with definitely
Complete thread -- definitely not involved? (is that regular speed? might try a longer wav file)
Complete thread -- I am therefore not involved in ?seeing? the process. Seems strange. Wait for someone else
Complete thread -- I have therefore no involved ___ in the process
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- prior self-inflicted behaviors.
Complete thread -- I already sent job, but that looks good too
Complete thread -- No prior suicide attempt or prior ______ behaviors
Complete thread -- avoid repeating a CT
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- 2nd is palate to midline. 3rd is ROM intact.
Complete thread -- sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- my guess would be: I am trying to avoid doing another CT on her.
Complete thread -- how would you type re-CTing ?? as in doing another CT?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- agree with plus/minus
Complete thread -- OK thanks.
Complete thread -- I am flagging this spot.
Complete thread -- I do it plus/minus but that is just me. I am not sure I found it documented
Complete thread -- McMurray test is plus minus. (Is this how you would write this?)
Complete thread -- I just left it as cysto since it could be either cystoscopy or cystourethroscopy.
Complete thread -- I caught that the suture LigaSure is ligature
Complete thread -- Polyp surgery. Question is-do you think he is correcting himself - angle up or down?
Complete thread -- multiple
Complete thread -- Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- you heard it right.
Complete thread -- Clot retention after TURP...cysto clot evacuation with fulguration (see message)
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I was really questioning the fracture.
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- pretty sure that is right. Used surgeon's fingers to "fracture" that section off
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I sent a WAV
Complete thread -- There is ambulatory Holter. I found a company name Nasiff but could not tell if that
Complete thread -- something to do with anesthesia Holter monitoring during an operation?
Complete thread -- It is a clear dictator but it sounds like finger fractured - perforated colon
Complete thread -- If you can substitute he or she, it is who. If you substitute him or her, it is whom.
Complete thread -- and is still required and he had a mild drop in his
Complete thread -- today and still ___ mild drop in his hemoglobin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Nasatory Holter Monitor
Complete thread -- okay. i flagged. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Who or whom? sm
Complete thread -- normal
Complete thread -- The esophagus was ______ proximal middle third
Complete thread -- lower lateral cartilages (not and). not your blank though
Complete thread -- significant recurrence in the area of concern, which turned out to be benign
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks... did correct the tongue and groove after post
Complete thread -- biopsy which were negative for any _____ returns
Complete thread -- not your __, but prev sentence should be "tongue and groove" and "provide nice support"
Complete thread -- provide support. Bilateral _____ were then performed
Complete thread -- Bell's phenomenon -- same man, different thing; see link.
Complete thread -- periosteum of *rainy on*
Complete thread -- Yeah, finding much more "transverse cerebral venous sinus stenosis"
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- is "cerebral transverse artery stenosis" okay. Quite clear, but I cannot document in
Complete thread -- ESL. Patient is status post lap chole.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's actually part of the template, but I will find out how they want it.
Complete thread -- Yes, I found Neurotech. My question was whether to cap the word company.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- this is her second missed AB/pregnancy loss.
Complete thread -- Seems like it. Maybe I'm hearing it wrong.
Complete thread -- It was Tegretol. Bad dictation.
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping. Forgot to add that she is gravida 4, para 2. Therefore, she had 2
Complete thread -- Than
Complete thread -- This is her second missed Ab?
Complete thread -- medication s/l seh-rah-tall, Celexa, trazodone. Nothing in medical history.
Complete thread -- She had 2 previous vaginal deliveries, _________ with the 2nd,
Complete thread -- international needs no caps
Complete thread -- uhhhhhhhh....
Complete thread -- depends on your acct. Would they rather have it under DIAGNOSIS header? numbered list?
Complete thread -- yes,crystals are passed we have gravel, if cemented together by mucus sm
Complete thread -- There is a Leopard syndrome rare genetic disorder, not enuf info sm
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Is second one transcribed correctly?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- rats! just flagged it
Complete thread -- first part leftward?
Complete thread -- me too, thanks, but can't find anything with an "ting" ending
Complete thread -- another infant ?: No cyanosis, eye deviations or s/l "leopard homotisms".
Complete thread -- I'm seeing a lot of references to "uric acid crystals" in diapers.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would, based on the rule that I would cap Pacific Ocean, a specific thing.
Complete thread -- s/l cementing crystals sm plse
Complete thread -- cap company?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I decided to flag it but it was too blurred out.
Complete thread -- a tract? or tracked?
Complete thread -- observed? kinda 'blurs' out, so hard to tell what he says.
Complete thread -- that is what I would do
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation?
Complete thread -- talking about sleep study results
Complete thread -- Has to be it. Thank you very much, ltt.
Complete thread -- Gosh, finally figured it out "it was track down to the labia" sheesh. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- possibly traumatic?
Complete thread -- Right knee "fleh-matic" or "formatic" plica. Can't document. Thanks
Complete thread -- No sorry it is not "mons" labia. sounds like amens labia, a condition of some sort.
Complete thread -- Thanks that is it, and yes he says "attract?"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- dacryoadenitis
Complete thread -- attract? track ? mons/labia?
Complete thread -- wound discharge?
Complete thread -- got it - serratus
Complete thread -- Word help _ s/l "amins: labia
Complete thread -- There is no fever or any evidence of ___ discharge.
Complete thread -- s/l stroy-tuss, pls sm
Complete thread -- thanks for the idea!
Complete thread -- The patient was seen here today with ______ s/l "dack-row retinitis".
Complete thread -- stricture
Complete thread -- Agree. I put that in (). QA can figure it out.
Complete thread -- I am flagging with both possibilities in brackets. Thanks. I am just
Complete thread -- structure? (that is what it sounds like, though not sure it makes sense)
Complete thread -- I think obstruction. Thanks so much. I was thinking I heard stretcher.
Complete thread -- the obstruction itself? the structure?
Complete thread -- Patient is in for congestive heart failure, cough.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- she is inching the band? probably not.
Complete thread -- we need more of a running start - I can't follow the wav
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- is she has a tight left colon and gets ___ and hence gets right-sided fecal loading
Complete thread -- no, it's diag - short for diagonal (not "dia" !)
Complete thread -- SMA7
Complete thread -- Wants to check sodium, and says "Repeat a chemistry *SC7* today" or *SE7*?
Complete thread -- is on the rise?
Complete thread -- ok thank you all for trying!
Complete thread -- I think "dia" is correct; doc uses "plege" for cardioplegia, so their style I guess Thx!
Complete thread -- would flag though as sentence doesn't make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- not realized?
Complete thread -- diagonal? marginal?
Complete thread -- I just had found it, you are quicker than me! TY
Complete thread -- autosomal dominant distal myopathy
Complete thread -- SM tia
Complete thread -- ?on the rise (typo sort it out "is" with a PET) nm
Complete thread -- s/l sy-ah, pls sm for contex
Complete thread -- sort it out if with a PET scan given the that possibility of metastasis is ___
Complete thread -- figured it out, it was calcium and heat
Complete thread -- Word help - anti-inflammatory medication s/l "calcium MP"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Humphrey threshold?
Complete thread -- ? despacio (i.e., Spanish for "slow")
Complete thread -- what's the sentence?
Complete thread -- "hemifield"
Complete thread -- glaucoma *hatfield* threshold
Complete thread -- Should this be typed x instead of by
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 7 gram by 20 gram prostate
Complete thread -- (Pls delete patient's name right away) ... per (name of hematology group) Hematology
Complete thread -- cleared to hold his Plavix ______ hematology
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought family was in there for some reason. Weird.
Complete thread -- something variant?
Complete thread -- he has a benign, soft, _______ 20 g prostate.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I still hear this wav and hear nothing at all being said in blank. Just "in the thoracic"
Complete thread -- agree - forget my CCP suggestion above
Complete thread -- he combines and doesn't finishe sentences.. what I hear s/l "that CCP had given him"??
Complete thread -- then... his PCP had given him... had Viagra (changing his mind?)
Complete thread -- He tried taking the daily ones that did not do much, the 20, and ..
Complete thread -- He tried taking the _____ that did not do much
Complete thread -- trouble with it and then _____ until he had Viagra and that
Complete thread -- patient has male with papillary thyroid carcinoma, s /l Krofasarian
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- should've waited
Complete thread -- Sending on, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- though she is left with some left thigh
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l (and spells) *Despasdacio*, use opposite hand while eating.
Complete thread -- X's preoperative pain is completely resolved ____ left thigh and buttock pain
Complete thread -- The patient is being seen for lacerations to his hand from
Complete thread -- thanks to all you kind helpers. i appreciate that.
Complete thread -- me, too
Complete thread -- I think it's his missed attempt at Saphris; i.e., I do think he's just restating.
Complete thread -- ok, I'm going to go with that. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- bilobar might be an acceptable alternate term?
Complete thread -- pt had an MRI of the neck which revealed S/L Bilobal? thyromegaly
Complete thread -- Xigris
Complete thread -- cancel that. It sounds like a psych medication, I wasn't paying attention SM
Complete thread -- ?? Xigris??
Complete thread -- can anyone get the name of this medication?
Complete thread -- can you hear 1 capsule?
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much :)
Complete thread -- 7 East could be specific to that particular hospital. There are plenty of "7 Easts."
Complete thread -- Not always, at least not that I know of. 7 East used to be the psych floor at my local hos
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought he was saying a different medication.. Maybe I'll wait for others to l
Complete thread -- ESL - says "Give Culturelle s/l one slash eight (very fast) po daily. sm
Complete thread -- the med name--maybe he mispronounced something first, and then corrected to say Saphris
Complete thread -- ty. Is 7 east a psychiatric ward. I only see it as a psychiatric ward in Aussy?
Complete thread -- 7 East
Complete thread -- can you please listen into this WAV? Doc is in NJ
Complete thread -- I think you got it. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- middle blank - ....she did notice some bright red bleeding with clots?
Complete thread -- snowballing?
Complete thread -- he was shoveling as well as ____ snow and began experiencing
Complete thread -- Cancel - it is "symptomatic" ...
Complete thread -- Pulmonary
Complete thread -- went and had... Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- The patient has a past history of pancreatitis, and s/l ventin hair surgery
Complete thread -- Doesn't matter if it's clear. Never go as dictated if you can't document the drug.
Complete thread -- I am sorry. I did not understand your question quite right. I hope I did not give the
Complete thread -- Sometimes narrowing down the location makes it a lot easier to get the doctor if you
Complete thread -- Bet that is it! I will email QA and let them know. I turned it quite some time ago.
Complete thread -- It IS the poster being addressed. I'ts you
Complete thread -- why would it matter where the patient is from?
Complete thread -- holy quack
Complete thread -- that's how the name sounded to me, too
Complete thread -- what is wrong with UR head, say things that did not occur TWICE, UR insane
Complete thread -- maybe Dr. Teodor Georgescu, MD - pediatrician New Bedford, Mass
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for trying. I thought maybe it was just me.
Complete thread -- I am going to flag. Almost through with the report and cannot even get a region
Complete thread -- Sounded like Joe or George Jest? Gestier? Jestier. Never came up with anything
Complete thread -- first part George?
Complete thread -- wav file, docs name. The clinic is in Boston but patients come from all over. So not
Complete thread -- I agree with those who think it should've been flagged for clarification. Guess you think
Complete thread -- I have last blank too
Complete thread -- I got beginning...
Complete thread -- multiple blanks... new acct for me
Complete thread -- Agree. I didn't open to read what was inside. I can't see "balloons" anymore.
Complete thread -- when hearing "derm 3 %."
Complete thread -- Exactly what did you come up with Google when hearing "derm.z Insane.
Complete thread -- or efflux, or reflux
Complete thread -- seems dictator said it, another helper heard it and I heard it sm
Complete thread -- ah! or placement of a boot. Thanks!
Complete thread -- and? placement of the boot
Complete thread -- oh, got #1. in his foot in the bones. still can't hear #2.
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with foot pain.
Complete thread -- Wonderful, thank you.
Complete thread -- He can do one flight, slowly.
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with asthma.
Complete thread -- agree with oifdmh
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Going with reflexes
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- CMG and EMG. S/l refluxes were intact.
Complete thread -- probably means contiguous
Complete thread -- The s/l contiguent LAD has calcification.
Complete thread -- s/l "also antacid prn" to me
Complete thread -- thank you! I will flag :)
Complete thread -- also on ____ p.r.n.
Complete thread -- medication help
Complete thread -- i hear it now
Complete thread -- no "or" ... I hear ocular myasthenia
Complete thread -- His neurological examination is remarkable for what appears to be ptos ...
Complete thread -- Someone else may not know, so you just don't put a nonsense drug in the list.
Complete thread -- nevermind..I got it
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- I am clearly hearing "medial" now :)
Complete thread -- maybe, but I hear 3 sylables sp?
Complete thread -- I relistened, may be ungual, but still not positive.ungual phalanx of the hallux.
Complete thread -- I believe he is saying medial
Complete thread -- I think slurring, stumbling, but not positive.
Complete thread -- unable to find s/l triple splint so far. Suggest wait a bit and relisten with freshen
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- It is clear, so I would go as dictated, dictator KNOWS sm
Complete thread -- "derm 3%" Many things ending in derm, but he is saying "and timolol" so new number.
Complete thread -- hoping someone can help with this med list
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you! I will check it out
Complete thread -- med help
Complete thread -- medial malleolus fracture
Complete thread -- cisplatin is a platinum-based drug but no longer called cis-platinum
Complete thread -- "DeRoyal" sm
Complete thread -- you're right - cisplatin or cisplatinum
Complete thread -- agree did you notice the date(2014) from nih.gov link provided by helper
Complete thread -- thanks, and I did capitalize it in the final report.
Complete thread -- I do believe it's Workers' Compensation
Complete thread -- tks, but that is not what he said.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- if so, they are pronouncing WAY off... cause they are very clear with Royal
Complete thread -- workman's comp doctor - or workmans' comp doctor, or no ' anywhere?
Complete thread -- rubber heel lift?
Complete thread -- oh good thinking! Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- I am not finding to document "Royal" heel lift pressure-reduction device
Complete thread -- maybe it's small irregular (instead of smaller?)
Complete thread -- Hi, I wondered about that...but if it is, she's dropped a syllable or ...
Complete thread -- irregular?
Complete thread -- s/l irgula nodule (patient with COPD)
Complete thread -- S/L Dermaflakes wound glue. closure of endarterectomy
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :) that is what I wanted to clarify :)
Complete thread -- I think so (sorry). I'd probably just put it after HEENT:
Complete thread -- Is too.
Complete thread -- is the doc saying sclerae nonicteric?
Complete thread -- Yellowing of skin can be called jaundice or icterus. Seems kind of repetitious to say
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- hmmm. After he says what s/l nonicteric... then he says HEENT
Complete thread -- sclerae are nonicteric is what i hear...but i hear not jaundiced and not cyanotic not the
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- fluoxetine?
Complete thread -- some type of antidepressant
Complete thread -- He may have - it was pretty confusing - thanks for the input though - ...
Complete thread -- yes, it most certainly is.
Complete thread -- the other site is not the place to get reliable information and then repeat it
Complete thread -- cisplatin isn't capped. It's the same as the old cis-platinum (no longer used)
Complete thread -- wanting to verify that he is saying nonicteric
Complete thread -- it is called both; it is most certainly not outdated
Complete thread -- thank you all! :)
Complete thread -- Maybe he went from pulmonary to abdomen, then cardiac
Complete thread -- Don't know s/l, but listen for end-expiratory or possibly end-inspiratory
Complete thread -- I believe he's saying cisplatinum (Cisplatin)
Complete thread -- but cisplatinum is outdated name and it's now called
Complete thread -- cisplatinum (or Cisplatin)
Complete thread -- cisplatin
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- Pulmonary
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- It means that it's closed now, if there was a tear. It's a normal finding.
Complete thread -- cap Infectious Disease.
Complete thread -- can definitely hear that if listening for it, but what does it mean?
Complete thread -- great - don't forget to refresh the page; you got an answer
Complete thread -- gotcha, thanks
Complete thread -- I posted I was going with it when I gave up because noone had posted at that point ;)
Complete thread -- alpha
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Haemophilus influenzae
Complete thread -- s/l um al fa influenza
Complete thread -- apposition?
Complete thread -- I don't think OP used it. Look @ times- OP thanks oscar 10" after posting was going w/it.
Complete thread -- WAG- ball point (seeker/probe)?
Complete thread -- Thanks I will listen for ball probe. *jaycare* is some type of instrument, maybe J-curet?
Complete thread -- ball probe would fit. For "jay care" - might be "great care"?
Complete thread -- Pollock procedure, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Question on OCT
Complete thread -- Thanks! Going to leave a blank.
Complete thread -- Hidradenitis suppurativa. s/l polyp procedure.
Complete thread -- here is the whole sentence...
Complete thread -- #2 blank "get as much rest as he can"
Complete thread -- Dont think so- hear *bop PULL* used to enter right maxillary ostium. *Jakehert* surgical
Complete thread -- whole sentence?
Complete thread -- a ball valve?
Complete thread -- rhinologic instrument? *ballpull* utilized to enter the maxillary ostium.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- been a mechanical?
Complete thread -- ? mechanical (breast pump)
Complete thread -- ?not sure of tht, posted too soon sorry
Complete thread -- in reference to his pain. (kinda too close to the s/l there
Complete thread -- inimical would not make sense at all
Complete thread -- menorrhAGIA - no L (no idea about the s/l)
Complete thread -- one-and-a-half-block is the entire adjective
Complete thread -- (sorry - ignore the time stamps)
Complete thread -- I don't think that's good judgment on your part
Complete thread -- MP3 uploaded
Complete thread -- ? development and pathophysiology
Complete thread -- Patient is status post right knee arthroscopic
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The capped portion is generally the words listed prior to the symbol TM or R.
Complete thread -- agree, 2. Treats anemia caused by kidney failure or chemotherapy.
Complete thread -- like I always say, QA-shmoo-A
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help.
Complete thread -- thanks... I thought that was odd
Complete thread -- I'd also do it like this: ...appendix, and this calcified area may be a cecal..."
Complete thread -- I don't think it is capped, just like you wouldn't cap Nike shoes. QA is wrong, IMO
Complete thread -- fecalith
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "fe-cal-us
Complete thread -- I have always typed as TED hose... but QA corrected to TED Hose ???
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Aranesp?
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- yes... heel jar, also test for appendicitis
Complete thread -- Med "arinef"?
Complete thread -- heel jar (test) is negative - sign for peritonitis?
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: She is tender in the right upper quadrant. She also has som ...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l t.i.d. to me
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- 4. Diabetes mellitus, still improving. Will increase NovoLog to 30 un ...
Complete thread -- just looked at archives and complaint was redness of R breast with drainage from nipple
Complete thread -- a port with purulent drainage??
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- for the record, I didn't listen to your wave - but the word is as I posted above
Complete thread -- singular should be "ramus", yes, but for some reason docs like to say "rami" - your call
Complete thread -- can't quite get it, but google "027 nap1" to get on the right track (I don't have time to
Complete thread -- 027/NAP1
Complete thread -- Patient with hernia. He was supposed to have a repair, but
Complete thread -- I guess I am going to go with it. He was clear to me
Complete thread -- toxigenic C. diff and _________ were negative
Complete thread -- dysdiadochokinetic - you're just missing a couple letters
Complete thread -- Is comma needed here?? ..tendinitis, insertional type.
Complete thread -- dysdiadokinetic?? only 4 hits on google
Complete thread -- He does have one-and-a-half block claudication in the left calf. Typed correctly?
Complete thread -- I know.. it is weird. This happened to me yesterday too
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- 15 y/o with stomach pains sm
Complete thread -- and I still don't hear it
Complete thread -- did reveal some mild dysarthria
Complete thread -- I still hear it on MP3 right now. I have refreshed multiple times
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- that is just it.. I keep refreshing and it I will hear it ??
Complete thread -- if you can hear it and others can't SM
Complete thread -- Thanks Billybob! :) I don't know why when I post MP3 I can hear it but noone else can =/
Complete thread -- underlying.
Complete thread -- just now reposted as a WAV. This happened to me yesterday too :(
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing the mp3
Complete thread -- I will listen again but that makes a lot of sense. THANK YOU ...
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- some type of infection
Complete thread -- I hear mild "low-grade" temperature. Blank s/l "a complement of"
Complete thread -- can you hear "lung volumes"?
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- Pulmonary
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't get what you did. s/l "appendix was obtained in the Endobag". "Fascia was closed and
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- v and b sound very similar - I agree with evade
Complete thread -- I got it. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- GIA was fired at base of the appendix, and then GIA was fired at the base...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l ?? "non-imical" inimical might fit - injurious?
Complete thread -- Mulitple ?s
Complete thread -- The appendix was visualized________ base of appendix and _____ base of mesoappendix
Complete thread -- Toy Story is a kids' movie, so yes, makes sense
Complete thread -- does it make sense "toy story" in context
Complete thread -- s/l while demonstrating gain, is a dropoff in his growth velocity
Complete thread -- adding
Complete thread -- that's what I thought, but CANNOT hear that :-(
Complete thread -- which while demonstrating ________ growth velocity
Complete thread -- He is *benign mikal* breast fed infant
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- evade ?
Complete thread -- Enseal G2 was used to...
Complete thread -- s/l abade (def not avoid, B sound)
Complete thread -- Lap hysterectomy
Complete thread -- allele, and maybe "an empty FHR" is really "an MTHFR"
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- maybe "that distal stone had passed" - or something "passed" (instead of past)
Complete thread -- possibly "balloon" ?
Complete thread -- you prob saw the typo - fetal. Other word - allele. (Not sure what empty FHR is)
Complete thread -- sensory: he gets very upset when he sees a s/l "buh-leen" or "baleen".
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- corrects himself.."We would proceed with that stone after the other stone had passed, and.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Feta heart tones were noted on both babies. Workup showed a
Complete thread -- finished with the _____ and he is agreeable
Complete thread -- He might be trying to say choreoathetoid but not pronouncing well.
Complete thread -- We gave contrast and again it looks like that *disc* was from the past.
Complete thread -- He has ___athetoid cerebral palsy
Complete thread -- clawing
Complete thread -- The patient is status post open reduction and internal fixation
Complete thread -- or been doing so
Complete thread -- ... right hand was hyperflexed under...
Complete thread -- hey, who doesn't?
Complete thread -- thanks for the answer
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. I think he is saying, "been doing this.."
Complete thread -- It turned out to be Baptcare
Complete thread -- link included in above
Complete thread -- Maybe presenting this SM
Complete thread -- And, actually, I'd say the odds that a stent really is a "Double-J" brand stent
Complete thread -- i reposted my mp3 if anyone is able to help.
Complete thread -- and certainly the same would apply to "single-J" stent.
Complete thread -- "double-J" is unfortunately a misnomer often used for any double pigtail catheter.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- oops - "and was not repeated"
Complete thread -- is still current and not repeated
Complete thread -- Postpartum visit ..
Complete thread -- He smokes an occasional cigar, very rarely, ________ for the last 4-5 years. Drinks
Complete thread -- did the OP even realize what he/she wrote?
Complete thread -- lmao! sorry, but that is just tooooo funny.
Complete thread -- makes sense (to me) super - of an extreme or excessive degree.
Complete thread -- His right hand was s/l superflexed under his own body.
Complete thread -- SR: He has been intermittently devious. (supposed to be delirious).
Complete thread -- I've had double-J stent referenced many times in cardiac procedures. Whether they are
Complete thread -- never heard of it, but it's trademarked by the same company sm
Complete thread -- I don't find any verification for that. I think J and J has cardiac stents tho
Complete thread -- sound like any of those. thank you all. guess i will flag
Complete thread -- my guess too
Complete thread -- Baker act receiving facility. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- He has been accepted by BARF.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- between 100 and 80
Complete thread -- directly after he starts talking about the chest x-ray findings
Complete thread -- is he saying 180 or is he saying 100 and 80 ?? sentence seems goofy
Complete thread -- Thank you. Very good clarification.
Complete thread -- double-J stent if cardiology and Double-J if ureteral
Complete thread -- catch?
Complete thread -- pop?
Complete thread -- click? clunk? crack?
Complete thread -- Maybe "click." I can't stop laughing because of a filthy interpretation of your ?
Complete thread -- His pain level is still about 8/10 with use, 5-8/10 at rest. It is sh ...
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I just hear current also.
Complete thread -- What we get our panties in a bundle over, huh?
Complete thread -- yes, cannot tell if current or recurrent =/
Complete thread -- s/l current occipital neuralgia (or are you thinking recurrent?)
Complete thread -- LOL! I wasn't.
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he is saying
Complete thread -- sry. I didn' realize that was you asking this particular ? ...
Complete thread -- I think that is how it got its name. cuz how it looks.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I did ask for forgiveness above. :)
Complete thread -- except ther e IS a Double J stent.
Complete thread -- I believe JJ stent is slang for "Double-J" stent.
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- If we had a dollar for every error Stedman's makes, we could all afford another of their
Complete thread -- I humbly ask your forgiveness. I just checked Vera Pyle and she, too, has it trademarked.
Complete thread -- question, when they say "triple A repair" - you type AAA repair. So, double J - JJ stent?
Complete thread -- yep, he didnt keep his followup appts. I hear "lost to followup" a LOT.
Complete thread -- it makes sense. They say that a lot. It just means they have not seen them.
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly. Questioning "lost"
Complete thread -- me either. I would not cap a single J..
Complete thread -- Double-J stent is capped. I am not sure that trademark goes with Single J
Complete thread -- Yep
Complete thread -- You should cap it. A live trademark is exactly that. If some website doesn't cap Pepsi,
Complete thread -- Billybob has covered this before in archives. IT is capped. I'm sure the manufacturer
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Well, if your company wants it capped, then cap.
Complete thread -- my last job -
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. I was told at my job to cap Double-J stent but will hold off.
Complete thread -- Oops!
Complete thread -- ...and I do not because all of my reliable sources do not.
Complete thread -- ...and I do not because all of my reliable sources do not.
Complete thread -- I know that in the Trademark tab above, double-J is a live trademark, but I never cap it.
Complete thread -- Stedman's equipment words doesn't capitalize single or double.
Complete thread -- DutchCare? sm
Complete thread -- I guess our apostrophically challenged friend has no answer.
Complete thread -- Is a Single J stent capped like a Double-J stent?
Complete thread -- I find Bachcare homes in NZ and Aus, but not sure if those fit?
Complete thread -- that is what I am thinking but not finding anything
Complete thread -- could be a local or state funded program? City? State???
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- I got to thinkin- Mom is 85 and hasn't had to shave in years. I can't wait
Complete thread -- oooh - sounds so cozy... I'm jealous!
Complete thread -- I have a doc who says "feet are hairless" a lot.
Complete thread -- If this cold weather continues, it might be knitted into a toe warmer
Complete thread -- thanks oscar
Complete thread -- just comb it...
Complete thread -- LOL, thanks everyone. Just seemed like an odd note.
Complete thread -- BAL (bronchoalveolar lavage)
Complete thread -- I must have poor circulation... :(
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- patient had navigational bronchoscopy
Complete thread -- per BoS that is correct. some places MIGHT want spaces I have docs that do
Complete thread -- how do you type? pT4apN0 tumor by pathologic staging
Complete thread -- means good circulation (poor circulation, no hair on toes). I pluck mine
Complete thread -- I've listened repeatedly and researched to no avail. Does s/l "tamp and IC" to me too.
Complete thread -- I have hair there, on my fingers and toes both. Bitch to shave too.
Complete thread -- what did it turn out to be?
Complete thread -- There was some edema noted and the digital (s/l hair) was present in all toes.
Complete thread -- thank so much
Complete thread -- Phazyme® softgels contain the highest dose of the #1 physician and pharmacist recommended
Complete thread -- good one. hope she tried that
Complete thread -- HUMI?
Complete thread -- s/l...faz-a-non for gas and bloating..sm
Complete thread -- Word help and thanks.
Complete thread -- Word help and thanks.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Word help and thanks.
Complete thread -- prostate volume?
Complete thread -- she is very difficult - s/l Hee-YOU-man
Complete thread -- speculum? I'd advise a change in punctuation. speculum. While grasping the
Complete thread -- I thought I heard prostate too, but it sounds like something after? can't catch
Complete thread -- ESL: s/l human
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- prostate?
Complete thread -- Actually, ___ was/were seen both... can't get that little word in there.
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- Posted a wav file as it might help.
Complete thread -- right...incision, suture lines, pus, and osteo occur in only one place
Complete thread -- consider: type and IC
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- yeah, I read all that. So what was the procedure?
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. It sure s/l "tamp and IC"
Complete thread -- kiss off
Complete thread -- lol...and what would "her's" mean? If it belongs to her, it's
Complete thread -- I hear it now
Complete thread -- Well geeze kids. They did an incision at a suture line where there was pus and drew off
Complete thread -- or ?antibody type/IC
Complete thread -- note - you typed the same sentence twice (and was scanned from the apex...)
Complete thread -- ? antibody titer/IC (inhibitory concentration)
Complete thread -- did you post the correct mp3?
Complete thread -- nothing was wrong with my one apostrophe.
Complete thread -- vessels appear normal. _______ was seen both transversely and longitudinally
Complete thread -- anything here helpful?
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- An antibody question… Any ideas?
Complete thread -- evidently, if we don't know, "omg" is not going to tell us!
Complete thread -- some corrections
Complete thread -- I'm not the one who asked, but I read it, and I don't know what it was either.
Complete thread -- you need to give us the sentence WITH the word in it, as well as
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- try to get your apostrophes under control before your next snarkfest
Complete thread -- can you give us more context please
Complete thread -- if it is as it sounds like, it's hard to understand why "vaginal" would be so far flung
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- You're right, and I agree.
Complete thread -- just tired of someone trying to make excuses for something so ridiculous.
Complete thread -- Agreed. Tough room today, but it livens things up a bit... so what was the procedure?
Complete thread -- wait.... "If it is helpful, then he is going to fill the prescription
Complete thread -- so it was OP's loss, wasn't it? No skin off my helper nose. Why fight about it?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I think the better question is how you read all that and asked what the procedure was
Complete thread -- a blessing in disguise. :)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- STOP. SO What? She posted and didn't wait 4 minutes for anyone to even SEE IT, read it a
Complete thread -- what's with you guys today? Tough room.
Complete thread -- Got thees: poor with a peak flow 9, average flow of 3 and a volume 222.
Complete thread -- oh stop
Complete thread -- posted wav
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Good Lord! I missed the firestorm.
Complete thread -- seriously? You can read that and ask that it was?
Complete thread -- come on. That is not enough time to have someone read it. Ridiculous.
Complete thread -- it's a not uncommon neologism; we've both used it
Complete thread -- I'm still chuckling about the nude mice!
Complete thread -- thank you everyone for your help!
Complete thread -- it is "lady"
Complete thread -- whoa - you're out of line there, OP. Don't bitch at helpers for asking for context if you
Complete thread -- I think "why not?" is that spasming is not a real word. But I've used it.
Complete thread -- The problem is, spasming is not really a word. I'm going to go with it though.
Complete thread -- for goodness sakes? - really? It doesn't matter, unless you want help from me.
Complete thread -- I answered you above, but please see message
Complete thread -- haha~ sorry, that was way funny
Complete thread -- sure, why not? Dictator may want the verb rather than the noun.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- for the record, I stumbled on Plummer-Vinson by googling "iron deficiency" and "esophageal
Complete thread -- what is the procedure?
Complete thread -- I think the other phrase is "in one lay" - British phrase meaning "at one time"
Complete thread -- Just coming back to say "Plummer-Vinson" (new one to me) - the second blank is "lady"
Complete thread -- you guys, maybe it was stat
Complete thread -- sentence?
Complete thread -- got it, Plummer-Vinson... Thank you all!
Complete thread -- she didnot use caps SMO, she put smo (as in smoke) stop while you're
Complete thread -- do you use the word "spasming" or do you change it to read spasms
Complete thread -- barely 4
Complete thread -- no cap on that use of helicobacter. s/l comadentia?
Complete thread -- 1st sounds like common something. 2nd one sounds like "in one leg" ? (i.e.)
Complete thread -- more google junk totally unrelated to OP's ?
Complete thread -- see links
Complete thread -- reposted faster
Complete thread -- that is soooo slow - might be easier to get at normal speed?
Complete thread -- I just posted my wav, please wait thanks
Complete thread -- multiple ? - pls help
Complete thread -- s/l means "sounds like" - and did you see where OP got the answer already?
Complete thread -- two blanks - remains whether she has _____. two common issues in one ___
Complete thread -- Ohhh, pardon me, it was a "collision" not an "accident". Still not looking for cancer
Complete thread -- found it Takayasu's
Complete thread -- OP did not post MVA, posted Status post MVC:
Complete thread -- why then would OP post s/l SMO of peritoneum?? did ya read it or not
Complete thread -- no, no, no! It was an MVA - why would they be looking for cancer? You're way off track w/
Complete thread -- wrong, wrong; learn how to research, person's name
Complete thread -- dermatology, s/l tacky-ah-soos sm pls
Complete thread -- smoothened=(SMO) inhibitors (may be looking for cancer of peritoneum?
Complete thread -- you couldn't wat 5 minutes??????????
Complete thread -- inion
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- oops, thanks
Complete thread -- was planned from *Indian* down to C2 approximately 15 cm
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- it's been a couple years... it actually healed up w/o needing splenectomy - my surgeon
Complete thread -- yes, if with specific facility. could depend on account
Complete thread -- Duh! Of course! Thank you and sorry about your accident.
Complete thread -- that is it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- do they want you to use cc? mL is the more proper use.
Complete thread -- amp (ampicillin) gent (gentamicin) and cleomycin
Complete thread -- pus, not puss... probably gauze they primarily use for vaginal packing. if clear, I'd go
Complete thread -- Antibiotics changed to *ampted and cleo*. (patient miscarrying)
Complete thread -- used HOW?
Complete thread -- and was packed with 3-inch *vaginal* packing gauze and the dressing was applied
Complete thread -- okay thanks!
Complete thread -- she says "actually, before that, put LTCS - low transverse cesarean section (no "healthy")
Complete thread -- hemo- or pneumoperitoneum. I ruptured my spleen & had hemoperitoneum-belly full of blood
Complete thread -- there is this - properidine, not totally positive on spelling.
Complete thread -- S/L Pro-peri-do-neene solution that was used for bladder cancer
Complete thread -- okay.. so she first gives abbrev and then expansion?
Complete thread -- poor "thing" I mean... the poor lady dictating. Someone give her a neb treatment!
Complete thread -- bet you are right - :)
Complete thread -- S/L smo (as in smoke) peritoneum (see message)
Complete thread -- Man, she sounds bad!
Complete thread -- She says "LTCS" (the poor things sounds like she is in extremis herself)
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- my guess is person writing drug name not familiar w/it, or slanging it, but best to flag
Complete thread -- healthy via?
Complete thread -- reposted as a +wav. Not sure why I am hearing on MP3. Weird
Complete thread -- so, found no HAV test. Link
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing it either
Complete thread -- anyone??
Complete thread -- on MP3? I always check before I post... and I still hear it. Maybe try refreshing it?
Complete thread -- not hearing a file yet
Complete thread -- unsure what she says
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Duh! Went back to listen and he's saying Facial rosacea. Gee doc..slow down a bit nm
Complete thread -- but minimally verbal and _____. Describes her mood as nervous
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- injury
Complete thread -- findings for neurological ______ that would prevent him
Complete thread -- prior maybe. Never heard/used pro
Complete thread -- "she may have had" - and says the same thing after "suspect" where you put "it would be a"
Complete thread -- fasciculation?
Complete thread -- no prob :)
Complete thread -- thanks, sorry
Complete thread -- pro laparoscopy?
Complete thread -- just realized "after I sent job" that this is a name of a template I was to insert and #s
Complete thread -- I thought there was a change too, just could not quite hear it.
Complete thread -- Facialization? sm
Complete thread -- I hear it too and can find nada. No clue.
Complete thread -- I heard what you heard, pretty clear.
Complete thread -- you can post now
Complete thread -- moving on. Thanks
Complete thread -- any comments?
Complete thread -- Not sure on blank but think he's changing 4 years ago to 3-1/2 years
Complete thread -- you recorded over my +wav... I am reposting. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Lovenox and ______ intraabdominal
Complete thread -- I have no idea what he is saying. This was entire dictation after name
Complete thread -- She says she was told fortunately it was all right
Complete thread -- 2nd which is with.
Complete thread -- I hear "fortunately" as well
Complete thread -- she said she was told that fortunately,
Complete thread -- I am not sure but - He had a prostate biopsy, which was benign, which
Complete thread -- biopsy?
Complete thread -- fortunately it was all right?
Complete thread -- He had some prostate ______ which were benign
Complete thread -- She was told _____ was all right
Complete thread -- LOL! saw palmetto
Complete thread -- saw palmento (check spelling)
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Pravastatin, Janumet, Uroxatral, Lovaza, aspirin, _____, ...
Complete thread -- A lateral accessory portal was established and ____ was used to pass t ...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- lunotriquetral
Complete thread -- hand exam....s/l luno-kwi-tee-trel test TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks again.
Complete thread -- starts to say "among (others)", changes his mind.
Complete thread -- pt is going to have a thoracentesis.
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- COPD (and interstitial lung disease), and pulmonary (my best guess)
Complete thread -- what does he want in brackets?
Complete thread -- ectopic beats can be unifocal or multifocal so 2 makes sense
Complete thread -- Thanks, that is what I have.
Complete thread -- huh? that isn't a valid dose that I see -Ambien CR is available in 6.25 or 12.5 mg
Complete thread -- agree two foci (foci is pleural)
Complete thread -- I'd guess dramatically ..
Complete thread -- Findings: A 'dramatically' retroflexed uterus, or is it 'traumatically?'
Complete thread -- due to foci?
Complete thread -- Not sure on your "2" but it is foci
Complete thread -- foci
Complete thread -- Normal QT interval, monomorphic ventricular ectopics, possibly of 2 s/l fosi?
Complete thread -- stress echo report
Complete thread -- thanks poi. I guess I will flag.
Complete thread -- I agree with you, sounds like Omniview, but not verifiable.
Complete thread -- She is currently in ___ in Mountainside. (NJ area)
Complete thread -- my pleasure
Complete thread -- Wow! Thank you. I did not find that after Googling quite a bit.
Complete thread -- Entellus will distribute CogENT's XeroGel® nasal/epistaxis pack to ENT physicians
Complete thread -- Pls. see msg. There is an Entellus sinus balloon to widen the sinuses. Wonder if he got
Complete thread -- ! got it (i have sent a referral off today)
Complete thread -- what comes just before the word?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- futile
Complete thread -- s/l "loff tah-dee" pls sm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I agree with what poi heard. That is what I heard too
Complete thread -- I can't get it, sorry.
Complete thread -- teratogenicity . Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- can you help with the new blank? MP3
Complete thread -- s/l 'entellus' or 'intellis' gel packs for the nose after surgery. Thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, those are what it sounded like, just unable to confirm anything.
Complete thread -- thank you soo much! :) I have another one I am going to post
Complete thread -- furosemide 40 mg
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Richmond? Richland? (do you have a state?) Drexel?
Complete thread -- Her daughter is a freshman at ___ college, and her son at age 22 recen ...
Complete thread -- 10.5
Complete thread -- He remains on the BuTrans patch at 10 mcg, Ambien ___, allopurinol 300 mg
Complete thread -- s/l trachnecity (sm) patient is 35-yo female pregnant.
Complete thread -- and also *hobby* or *patient's name* is a salsa(dance instructor
Complete thread -- and also ____ instructor
Complete thread -- I hear "balloon"
Complete thread -- discuss the events related to the brachytherapy installation and ___ r ...
Complete thread -- :) thank you.. in report I did put it :)
Complete thread -- Might be HIV- i'll flag though, anyway, thanks!
Complete thread -- not all google gunk is good.
Complete thread -- or HIV? Would sound nearly identical to HAV (if there is any context to suggest HIV test)
Complete thread -- HIV?
Complete thread -- Never heard of an HAV .sorry. I'd flag it if thta is all you hear. HPV
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- Really saying HAV test... unless i just can't hear anything else anymore..
Complete thread -- HPV?
Complete thread -- be sure you cannot hear HSV
Complete thread -- slowly, tries to snooze again...?
Complete thread -- Patient has cervical cancer, newly diagnosed. s/l HAV test is pending?
Complete thread -- thanks again.
Complete thread -- Hinchey I (you don't have the "one" just in case you missed that)
Complete thread -- you do not capitalize joule or joules
Complete thread -- nevermind... Hinchey ... I got lost on his spelling :)
Complete thread -- I am so very lost on this dictation and it just started :(
Complete thread -- ...at 7:00 fully, tries to snooze again in...
Complete thread -- She prefers to sleep until 10:00 in the morning but usually wakes at 7 ...
Complete thread -- and to be clear, neither is joule
Complete thread -- joules is not capitalized
Complete thread -- It totally sounds like "impaction injury" to me
Complete thread -- That's the correct word since I do not see a 'g" at the end of the written word. Thanks!
Complete thread -- note- I hear traction. Guessing impaction based on what he wrote.
Complete thread -- Maybe it is impact? I do not quite hear it.
Complete thread -- impaction? traction injury?
Complete thread -- I knew that too - just another reason to hate VR. You miss the obvious.
Complete thread -- for the archives - this diagnosis suggested mets - not normal bone formation
Complete thread -- It does sound like detached. Can you ask again?
Complete thread -- It is actually also written on paper as 'benzaprine'. The pt has....
Complete thread -- Does not sound that way, perhaps he forgot what word he dictated there,
Complete thread -- cap Joule =After James Prescott Joule (lower case joules) sm
Complete thread -- conduct?
Complete thread -- Adjustment disorder with *contact* disturbances
Complete thread -- there is a benztropine used for Parkinson?
Complete thread -- It is posted now. To me it sounds like 'detached' injury.Does not match his writing though
Complete thread -- Dr. reading from list, medication benzaprine. I can only find cyclobenzaprine. Type
Complete thread -- I don't think your wav is up.
Complete thread -- MD corrected on paper. Can't read his writing! Looks like ...an impa___lin? injury
Complete thread -- Missed that a thing, thanks
Complete thread -- I had just found the atp one.
Complete thread -- St. Jude (not a Jude) -- and ATP (antitachycardia pacing)
Complete thread -- biventricular ICD. Not sure how to write this. The tachycardia settings -
Complete thread -- Oh ok that would make sense.
Complete thread -- Surely, you're joking.
Complete thread -- let us know if they ever get back to you
Complete thread -- use Search Archivers for boxer's for similar
Complete thread -- I would think right fifth
Complete thread -- Anyone know what the R5 is? Can't find anything on it.
Complete thread -- who the heck is shirley, I see this off on on, never makes sense whoooo
Complete thread -- agree, remodeling. Heard often. repairs & renews itself, a process called remodelling
Complete thread -- the reflex would have to be negative, not positive
Complete thread -- a guess, thinking "stent graft procedure"? (slurring the words)
Complete thread -- Remember "gallbladder reflex" from yesterday? No luck. QA didn't know either.
Complete thread -- TY for help
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- no, it would not
Complete thread -- ?syndesmosis
Complete thread -- aganglionic and if you can change a bit, aganglionic colon segment
Complete thread -- which shows no _______ colonic segment.
Complete thread -- would synostosis make sense here?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Zaldiar?
Complete thread -- Word help TIA
Complete thread -- Atacand, Lyrica, Pradaxa, Tenormin, ____ and Zocor and he has no
Complete thread -- nevermind... I think he is saying Zerowet
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- adducted?
Complete thread -- LOL - Me, too. I'm not sure that is the look she is going for! :)
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- The femur was then externally rotated, extended, *educted*, and femoral suspensio
Complete thread -- only thing I could think of was "embalm" lol
Complete thread -- I will flag. It sounds like transient and that makes no sense.
Complete thread -- me too. how about a chance of?
Complete thread -- s/l transient to me
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- :}
Complete thread -- okay thank you
Complete thread -- I've always been taught to.. just like they'll abbreviate the augmented leads and they
Complete thread -- sorry, that was She definitely has a sinus irregularity. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- would I type the V when it was not dictated? verbatim acct
Complete thread -- "she deformity has a sinus irregularity??" What?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- addl info regarding correct lead identification
Complete thread -- I got it. He is saying VOLUME substitute. Thank you, anyway.
Complete thread -- Dr. Whyte shows a routine blood work which shows
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- good emergence by lead V5 and V6. ... progression of her R waves to the anterior leads
Complete thread -- first one - ...delayed progression of her R waves in the anterior leads....
Complete thread -- Woman in her 60s wants a necklift.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- shows a routine blood work which shows?
Complete thread -- I do not hear "who is his nephrologist" at all
Complete thread -- Subsequent? If so, I'd leave out
Complete thread -- :(
Complete thread -- his nephrologist _______ routine blood work
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- My aunt did the very same thing, also refused to wear clothing outside. Very sad disease
Complete thread -- Most definitely a vicious/cruel disease, maybe one day there will be a cure...
Complete thread -- rhytid
Complete thread -- rhythid?
Complete thread -- I find "dynamic wrinkles" as a term, but doesn't really sound much like "right tip"
Complete thread -- lower lid dermatochalasis, dynamic *right tip* in the crow’s feet region
Complete thread -- thanks. I think I will go with leak/tear
Complete thread -- I know you already sent in, but could it have been "doll's eye reflex"? It'd totally fit.
Complete thread -- I would not be able to handle this
Complete thread -- someone asked her to repost this for others to listen in.
Complete thread -- s/l "leak tear" to me?
Complete thread -- check down about five posts
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- check rules for posting wavs. S/L weak tear.
Complete thread -- a few guttae
Complete thread -- s/l few goo tay
Complete thread -- L5-S1 disc did have a significant anterior _______.
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- what comes after procedure? I'm thinking "tense skin" but dunno about the procedure part
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. I should have gotten that - pause or paws was where I was. Thanks
Complete thread -- I don't know your blank but I think after the date of February 17, 2014 s.m.
Complete thread -- pars (as in pars interarticularis)
Complete thread -- I did and thought it was "leak there" but not 100% sure. Wav gone now... repost for other
Complete thread -- wav file -
Complete thread -- I think it sounds like leak tear. Can you listen in to the wav
Complete thread -- It might be "leak there" not "tear"
Complete thread -- I was so close! Sonopet
Complete thread -- sounds like sonapet
Complete thread -- thank you. Does that need to be flagged or is that acceptable?
Complete thread -- Examination of right arm has very large pulsatile aneurysm with *tanskin* procedure.
Complete thread -- not really a word, but if using, would spell with a "t" (circumferentiating)
Complete thread -- s/l leak, i.e. maybe leak/tear ?
Complete thread -- Attention was directed towards the left foot amputation stump where a ...
Complete thread -- The L5-S1 disc did have a significant anterior ____tear.
Complete thread -- that was me. Thanks so much...
Complete thread -- Laycock
Complete thread -- s/l laycox score?
Complete thread -- I think "lystetic" is "olisthetic" in this post from the other day
Complete thread -- I think she's just lamenting
Complete thread -- I did...but there really was no question...
Complete thread -- can anyone tell me what happened to the responses?
Complete thread -- All I know is I sure would hate to see a dead person blink.
Complete thread -- only lacosamide is a drug; lincosamides are a class
Complete thread -- I don't know. However, a positive glabellar reflex is ABnormal.
Complete thread -- I think they all are, that is what makes the "positive" in the OP so confusing.
Complete thread -- nevermind I think he is hacking "capsule"
Complete thread -- bipolar arthroplasty "camp-sue" s.m.
Complete thread -- the oculocephalic reflex is negative in death
Complete thread -- positive glabellar reflex is abnormal
Complete thread -- it's not really confusing
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Well, that's closer to "gallbladder," but I already sent it. I will let everyone know.
Complete thread -- I wonder if his error was "positive." negative glabellar reflex and no....?
Complete thread -- can it get any more confusing looks to me to be the question
Complete thread -- read the post
Complete thread -- read the post
Complete thread -- my first thought was remodeling... sm for google search
Complete thread -- what is your question?
Complete thread -- without knowing what is wrong with the patient, how can anyone help?
Complete thread -- lincosamide and lacosamide
Complete thread -- surely I have never heard of gallbladder reflux on physical examination
Complete thread -- should have been "in" not "is".
Complete thread -- Thank you, but I'm flagging this.
Complete thread -- I would think, if you died, you'd have no positive signs anywhere??
Complete thread -- leg/thigh?
Complete thread -- he is doing the exam to be able to pronounce her. He could have done it
Complete thread -- no, that is not a determination of a death
Complete thread -- I just did. Thank you very much. nm
Complete thread -- google bone mottling metastatic for confirmation
Complete thread -- I'm also wondering why it would be positive if she is dead?
Complete thread -- Yeah, I saw that, but I have never heard of this at a bedside death exam.
Complete thread -- mottling
Complete thread -- there is a gallbladder reflEx in reflexology
Complete thread -- oculocephalic reflex?
Complete thread -- CT chest: Bilateral 9th rib (modeling?) suggesting mets. (vs. mottling?)
Complete thread -- Yes, and stop calling me Shirley!
Complete thread -- The patient has right leg sky numbess. Sky numbness? Pt has L4-5 disk protrusion. nm
Complete thread -- That is why I am asking. I don't know what it would be. S/l gallbladder reflex. LOL!
Complete thread -- (surely you know it is gallbladder reflux) but I am guessing this is gag reflex?
Complete thread -- s/l gallbladder reflex (LOL!) see message
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I hadn't either...we both learned something new :)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- awesome! thank you! :) never heard of that one
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- found fin punch
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l pin punched to me
Complete thread -- for what it is worth, I hear "thin"
Complete thread -- unsure if saying "thin punched" or "then punched"
Complete thread -- loud breathing occuring on inspiration
Complete thread -- out-breathing occurring on inspiration?
Complete thread -- can't get blank, but s/l he says "described out-breathing"
Complete thread -- s/l spinec line... prior to saying that he said "next paragraph"
Complete thread -- there is something before breathing...loud breathing with crying and inspiration?
Complete thread -- here, poopy head, let me help
Complete thread -- described breathing _____ inspiration increases with
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- described breathing *on current* inspiration increases
Complete thread -- aldosterone/renin
Complete thread -- His ____ ratio was normal at 8.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- good job kitty
Complete thread -- Thx
Complete thread -- You need 5 feet 10 inches especially if you're using pounds. Most places you won't use
Complete thread -- Is this correct for punctuation?
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I hear it, i'd go with disk pessary (like a circle in shape) but it could be spelled disc
Complete thread -- Please include complete sentence AND sentence before and after.
Complete thread -- yeah - those two things "mixed" are causing the pain
Complete thread -- makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- ... and a large clip placed.
Complete thread -- no, I am not.... It is left Weber A ankle fracture.... just in time
Complete thread -- it could be large clip placed. ??
Complete thread -- probably large clip placed
Complete thread -- thanks, flagging
Complete thread -- There is a Lague (Lague Hansen) but not sure how it is pronounced?
Complete thread -- I will post +wav... it s/l disk... but he could be saying wrong too
Complete thread -- Oh sure, helpers can spend time researching terms for "clues" before getting around to
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- OMG! You are so right! Duh! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- was suture ligated with 2-0 silk and a large clip in place?
Complete thread -- s/l labray ankle fracture
Complete thread -- I cannot see where your ? is in your sentence, but you need suture ligated
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- no. I think you want dish.
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- Feel the patient has s/l mixed tarsal tunnel syndrome with spinal stenosis related fo
Complete thread -- pessary disc or pessary disk. Google has both
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- below knee?
Complete thread -- (link)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Maybe "mezzo" which means somewhat or moderate?
Complete thread -- You can find it both ways in dictionaries. I don't know it would matter.
Complete thread -- did you check a dictionary?
Complete thread -- googling shows it with graft also
Complete thread -- archives and google seem to have both lawnmower and lawn mower. Which is accurate?
Complete thread -- Frost needs capping please.
Complete thread -- s/l metzo schizophrenia
Complete thread -- Frost suture should be a clue even for helpers.
Complete thread -- inferior corneal abrasion?
Complete thread -- corneal
Complete thread -- s/l "veloni or weloni" cast for ankle?
Complete thread -- what part of the body are we talking about?
Complete thread -- s/l *in furro corn lee* abrasion
Complete thread -- ENDURAGen "graft"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Plan for Plastics (consult) appreciated for repair
Complete thread -- Plan for plastic *appreciated* with repair. I
Complete thread -- Moving on. My thought was identified.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I am just going to flag. He is so clear with Thorne.
Complete thread -- I saw that. The only Celine I found too. Maybe he is just saying it off?
Complete thread -- but with her high phosphorus _ total _, it is difficult... (I don't hear product though)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Celine M. Fortin, NP: Nursing (Nurse Practitioner): 2.22 miles away.
Complete thread -- s/l obstructive ventilatory defect; might be ..
Complete thread -- Suspicious for _____ might be due to the patient’s
Complete thread -- oops, it is Felbamate
Complete thread -- Has poor *sins* respiration, significant weight gain.
Complete thread -- thank you, found Falbemate
Complete thread -- I am doing a psych report and trying to reference a prescribing physician that
Complete thread -- anti-epilepsy drug - s/l Falvomet or Salvomet?
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- because of high phosphorus ____ product is difficult to continue
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nuclear
Complete thread -- can't catch but it should be there ARE 2+ ... cataractS
Complete thread -- THANK YOU, billybob! :)
Complete thread -- There is 2+ _____sclerotic cataracts bilaterally
Complete thread -- aberrant
Complete thread -- presence of a single _____ lash of the left lower
Complete thread -- phaco and IOL.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- flagging because I can hear different things
Complete thread -- It appeared to ____ insert to the aorta inserting leftwards.
Complete thread -- with hemorrhoids? would that be a poopy head?
Complete thread -- impingeing?
Complete thread -- After an elliptical excision of the*border*of the rectum, the incision was carried al
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- excisional.
Complete thread -- surgery was an arthrotomy of the right shoulder with _____ arthroplasty
Complete thread -- sending on, thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- WAV. Meds, patient with stage IV prostate cancer metastatic to bones, no other PMH
Complete thread -- correct. I thought plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome) included
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- that does fit better, I agree.
Complete thread -- I'd think "traverses." traverse -
Complete thread -- transverse - lying or extending across or in a cross direction; cross.
Complete thread -- The major discomfort is in the area where the pedicle *transverses* th ...
Complete thread -- ? parietal
Complete thread -- well done
Complete thread -- I thought of a word! It could be "encroaching!" I'll go with that.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- title of this article alone may help - see msg and link
Complete thread -- Rectiv
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- Cosgrove-Edwards ring?
Complete thread -- medication for anal fistula: s/l "rep-eeve"
Complete thread -- mitral valve repair
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- Yes, and we use "disk" where I work (unless it is eyes, then it is disc) as far as I know.
Complete thread -- So bottom line, no difference, but you need to check with your QA.
Complete thread -- Not sure how to punctuate this? See inside..
Complete thread -- My company uses "disc" for all references to disc due to the article linked inside.
Complete thread -- There are many thoughts on this. BOS has its ruling, as do different account specs.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- discectomy versus diskectomy
Complete thread -- perineal?
Complete thread -- bypass, unknown (fem-pop, etc.), which.....not work. Left ovary removal.
Complete thread -- please help me with the commas. Does the comma go after bypass or after unknown or ma
Complete thread -- Thank you -going to blank it.
Complete thread -- The only other thing I can think of would be "perirectal."
Complete thread -- He says it twice in the report. I've slowed it down and listened over and over
Complete thread -- perianal?
Complete thread -- patient with hemorrhoids
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- annular fibrous
Complete thread -- with a small right paracentral disc herniation with ___ fissure
Complete thread -- I think it is Heelbo pad.
Complete thread -- Could it be just "elbow" pad?
Complete thread -- Helo pad for elbow
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- watery so as to call diarrhea??
Complete thread -- water, as so to call diarrhea ?
Complete thread -- okay. Thank you
Complete thread -- Oh my goodness. I was way off here!
Complete thread -- His stools were rarely only water ___ called diarrhea.
Complete thread -- to be clearer- I found no such *legit* word, but does get some google hits w/my spelling.
Complete thread -- I can find no such word, but I'd spell it "listhetic" as in (spondylo)listhetic.
Complete thread -- agree - I couldn't even make out what you did get.
Complete thread -- awful audio
Complete thread -- second opinion. If __construct would benefit from anterior support
Complete thread -- at the s/l "lystetic" l34 or l45 levels.
Complete thread -- yep, that's it
Complete thread -- hindfoot (1 word)
Complete thread -- hind foot?
Complete thread -- s/l high foot region
Complete thread -- I just can't quite hear it. I thought distal could be in there. Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- painful palpations?
Complete thread -- I have to send in, thanks.
Complete thread -- I must say (Helen) is certainly not keen on more
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- MP3 file, not wav
Complete thread -- Go ahead. I will make an MP3
Complete thread -- sorry, I will wait
Complete thread -- ____ *** is certainly not keen on more Helicobacter eradication therapy even if it
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just could not make that sound like a word.
Complete thread -- WAV file, again -
Complete thread -- malignancy
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Patient with pulmonary nodules - consult
Complete thread -- Many types, tip google.com + pneumonia types Can post a voice file sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- no s/l depth there, means infection not going to deep tissues. Post a wav?
Complete thread -- nope, don't guess, "might" be cetirizine(Zytec hayfever, but also sm
Complete thread -- groin infection
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- by definition, posterior skull base suggests brachycephaly
Complete thread -- agree w/below. the -ostomy is simply making an incision into the tympanum, then
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes, it makes sense
Complete thread -- will go with it.
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- thanks all.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- That's what I sorta here too (and it is part of the CBC) ?
Complete thread -- that is what I thought I heard
Complete thread -- oops never mind
Complete thread -- eosinophils?
Complete thread -- visit because of falls.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I knew you had to still be sleeping for me to beat you :)
Complete thread -- I did, but my mind has yet to spring forward...
Complete thread -- what? you forget to change your clocks?
Complete thread -- Thank you both of you
Complete thread -- Dubai (poi beat me to it)
Complete thread -- Dubai
Complete thread -- patient lives in De-Buy. (sm) I am not sure if this is a home, place or something el
Complete thread -- I don't recommend guessing, but I'd *guess* cetirizine, as she is already on Prozac.
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic back pain and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Complete thread -- any other references to anything?
Complete thread -- Discharge Diagnosis: **riverniv* pneumonia. No other references to pneumonia.
Complete thread -- That was my 1st choice. I thought possibly percentile, but that was a far 2nd. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l placental
Complete thread -- wav file, I think I have this but 2 words sound close
Complete thread -- yeah, agree, the -Ocephaly was throwing me.
Complete thread -- I agree, thanks all!
Complete thread -- I think I hear this on 2nd listen.
Complete thread -- no, no -- brachycephaly (she pronounces it more like brachIOcephaly)
Complete thread -- brachycephaly
Complete thread -- actually, I think I am getting it now. "try" to hear it when listening again.
Complete thread -- I thought plagiocephaly too but it sounds like she is actually saying something else
Complete thread -- it should be...
Complete thread -- thanks all, I'm hearing fumes now too, esp. after opening in another player.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I clearly hear fumes.
Complete thread -- fumes
Complete thread -- ironically, just had him dictate "food and liquids" on another patient,
Complete thread -- or a "b," I don't know.
Complete thread -- right, I'm getting like an "f" or a "v" here.
Complete thread -- record counseler at the hospital?
Complete thread -- I'd guess "foods" if he was really mispronouncing it.
Complete thread -- s/l starts with F - but not quite hearing "fumes"
Complete thread -- I'm not quite getting that, think it's something similar to chemicals?
Complete thread -- peonies (flower)?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- MP3, allergies.
Complete thread -- tonic drawing of left upper extremity?
Complete thread -- left face drawing and ???? and drawing of...
Complete thread -- CLINICAL SUMMARY: The patient is a 26-year-old male who presents with ...
Complete thread -- I hear counselor - dictated very quickly
Complete thread -- I do have a record _____ at University Hospital on October 17, 2013 where
Complete thread -- I do have a record of counsel (1:20) at University Hospital on October 17, 2013 where
Complete thread -- thats it!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- There's a home infusion company in NJ called Nextron.
Complete thread -- chronic
Complete thread -- I cant find a pain pump company called s/l "nextron" Can you h
Complete thread -- she reports severe____anxiety
Complete thread -- moving on. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- okay thanks so much, bb
Complete thread -- link to similar misuse of the word
Complete thread -- pantheon (misused here) see link.
Complete thread -- in terms of the s/l "pantheeon" of symptomatology...
Complete thread -- There was a ___tissue structure medial to the left S1 nerve root
Complete thread -- thank you for all your good suggestions. Very kind of you. I flagged
Complete thread -- thank you both of you. I do hear taxol though.
Complete thread -- like
Complete thread -- certainly, it should be flagged if unclear.
Complete thread -- that's exacly what the OP wrote...
Complete thread -- thank you all :)
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- no hyphen - just like I take a size 6 shoe, size 14 component.
Complete thread -- 2 words
Complete thread -- in line
Complete thread -- in line
Complete thread -- is it in line or inline ??
Complete thread -- thank you so much!! :)
Complete thread -- attacks of peripheral neuropathy
Complete thread -- size 14 component or size 14-component
Complete thread -- s/l conjunctiva was normal to me?? - lol
Complete thread -- In that case, I would have used ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, as well..... OR flag it.
Complete thread -- sorry. Just got back. This is all I got.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Just got back now. I do not know if the patient has a diagnosis that fits with(SM
Complete thread -- eye movements, just as I was flagging, I heard it.
Complete thread -- will flag. Thanks. I thought eyelids but just not sure.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- OP said it s/l Taxol, but if the OP doesn't come back, we won't know if the patient was on
Complete thread -- did the OP say this, or are we guessing?
Complete thread -- ^^ correct. The patient has a Taxol peripheral neuropathy
Complete thread -- OP - was the patient on Taxol, or have a diagnosis that fits with Taxol? or it is ataxia
Complete thread -- addendum, forgot to mention, can google your phrase, it IS a side effect of the drug
Complete thread -- I believe it is A (as in ABC) Taxol peripheral neuropathy) as helper suggested sm
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it. TY
Complete thread -- Yes I did but it I was told the "stop" "resume." Waiting for reply over there
Complete thread -- agree, epidural (?space)
Complete thread -- no. Ataxol. Peripheral neuropathy. Thankyou for trying
Complete thread -- No, I wouldn't. Can you hear epidural wall? Long shot
Complete thread -- yeah, lol. He stutters too!! but not bad when he is dictating luckily.
Complete thread -- I guess just change to dura???
Complete thread -- this day can't end soon enough..."epidurum"
Complete thread -- ataxia, peripheral neuropathy?
Complete thread -- He had to check his thesaurus I guess, lol
Complete thread -- was just going to come back. he corrected himself later on...thx!!
Complete thread -- spectre
Complete thread -- sounds like "taxol" peripheral neuropathy
Complete thread -- back MRI. this is in the impression s/l "sep-terr"
Complete thread -- that makes sense too, especially in a child.
Complete thread -- I flagged. I thought it could have been lead.
Complete thread -- I agree, and sometimes I think taking 3-4 drugs for 1 condition is a bit much.
Complete thread -- New FDA Aveed (testosterone undecanoate) sm
Complete thread -- makes sense, but I can't hear the "s" for lytes; sounds more of a "let" than a "lyte"??
Complete thread -- that's what I hear and it makes sense to me
Complete thread -- 2-year physical so it could be.
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like "CBC and 'lytes" but not sure how that would fit with
Complete thread -- 22 drugs is terrible. Just a thing on TV how the doctors are in the pocket of the drug
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- Yes, it is the wait command - under commands go to wait
Complete thread -- Did you ask on Instant Text support page? I found this:
Complete thread -- I posted this before but no replies. Maybe someone can help me SM
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- I hear anal fissure, treatment of anal fissure?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Surgical History: As above and ___anal fissure. - wav
Complete thread -- Nuvigil (for sleep apnea) pronounced wrong?
Complete thread -- baton twirling and dress rehersal for a...
Complete thread -- (dropped?) rehearsal.
Complete thread -- She was baton twirling and ____(0:01:05.5) for a competition this upco ...
Complete thread -- maybe s/l nuvalev with "v" at end
Complete thread -- medication s/l nuvaled or moo-val-let
Complete thread -- context included. He says "anal fissure and then corrects himself___ anal fissure"
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: As above and ___anal fissure.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- manufacturer Smith & Nephew only spells it INTERTAN sm
Complete thread -- sports, particularly lacrosse.
Complete thread -- you wanted her to get clearance for sports, but she _____ lacrosse.
Complete thread -- anyone??
Complete thread -- unsure how to correctly type intertan. Google has different variations
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- You are absolutely correct! There are so many different guidelines
Complete thread -- Pedi-Cap in archives. Check that.
Complete thread -- Newborn ET tube placement confirmed with s/l Pedia Cap and /sm
Complete thread -- nevermind... I believe it is erysipelas
Complete thread -- another report by different doc just called it cellulitis staph infection
Complete thread -- forgot to mention this is a stat dictation
Complete thread -- aerosyphilis?? not neuro as the only finding in archives suggests
Complete thread -- a 0.5 mL syringe holds 0.5 mL of liquid, so it is mL -
Complete thread -- The answer is every account is different, you have to do what your account wants.
Complete thread -- ??? ummm... I wasn't sure of the answer, did you not get that? I also posted I was moving
Complete thread -- listed in BOS3 as well, p 209 on dangerous list
Complete thread -- I'm just telling you what my accounts want. I don't know what your accounts want.
Complete thread -- I'm just telling you what my accounts want. I don't know what your accounts want. I
Complete thread -- I have been told in past you use cc only when referring to solids such as veins on echo
Complete thread -- if I say so?? huh? LOL! It isn't me who says, but AAMT, and yes, the dangerous list too.
Complete thread -- If you say so, but cc is also a liquid so not sure when you'd know the difference
Complete thread -- cc is also listed on the ISMP error list and states to change cc to mL
Complete thread -- they mean the same but AAMT rules you change cc to mL when referring to liquid
Complete thread -- mL and cc are the same thing. No need to change unless account wants it changed
Complete thread -- I am going to change to mL. If this is wrong, please post for archives :)
Complete thread -- cc or mL ??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- C-64 is a workers' comp form
Complete thread -- red apple skin (no S)
Complete thread -- Dimetapp ??
Complete thread -- Allergies: Possible red dye. She reacts to black cherries, ___ strawb ...
Complete thread -- Allergies: Possible red dye. She reacts to black cherries, ___ strawb ...
Complete thread -- could these be Workers' Comps forms?
Complete thread -- (patient name) is 64? WAG without knowing more
Complete thread -- beg. of dictation. I do not have his s/l E64 or C64, and i saw him on xxx
Complete thread -- Ah, classy. Figures, seems par for the course.
Complete thread -- I think you need more research, just like Botox, used for difference things and on and on
Complete thread -- you're right.
Complete thread -- not sure of s/l, but has to do with side effect Lycria has on renal clearance(a negative)
Complete thread -- I think he is saying infiltrate
Complete thread -- yes.. that is it! :) Thank you!
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- answer is thin. :)
Complete thread -- It might be "thickening" but I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- agree, listen to your employer, they sign the check right
Complete thread -- agree, listen to your employer, they sign the check right
Complete thread -- what is my point?
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- going to post another one.. and leave this one blank. Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear him say "sorry" so it s/l he does not want green. But he says something between
Complete thread -- some green-yellow (or changes from green to yellow?) ______ phlegm
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- disregard
Complete thread -- total hip incision drainage. Irrigation and debridement. S/l bisky did type
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- yes...I hear that now that you say it. It is significant adult illnesses
Complete thread -- I sure would, and especially if verbatim acct
Complete thread -- significant adult illnesses
Complete thread -- doc says oil of evening primrose. Would you type that way or evening primrose oil?
Complete thread -- or "cut her" Lyrica? hmmm (like wean down, cut dosage) maybe??
Complete thread -- I just found that too.
Complete thread -- I think she means tri-prong... That's what I found anyway. Thanks.
Complete thread -- adult illnesses
Complete thread -- something illnesses.
Complete thread -- All I can think of is some kind of grasper - no help here, sorry.
Complete thread -- I near neural something --- neurotmesis?
Complete thread -- scrabbling?
Complete thread -- meat impaction in 14-year-old s/l trifolds
Complete thread -- s/l zal-toe-may-sis ??
Complete thread -- "capture"-cap her?
Complete thread -- help me help him? ESL . .
Complete thread -- used for Peyronie's and Dupuytren's, NOT eyes.
Complete thread -- (?) I think you should think about it
Complete thread -- sorry, it's the collagenase that is derived from histolyticum
Complete thread -- who said lab test not performed. Got a stedman ophthalmology book?
Complete thread -- to know what the correct way to type things is... (not are)
Complete thread -- did you read that article? they're not "made" with histolyticum,
Complete thread -- I didn't need to research the answer as provided. Think about it.
Complete thread -- consider histolyticum film
Complete thread -- forms of collagenase are made from hystoliticum and used in the eye
Complete thread -- This would be for anyone who is familiar with Instant Text
Complete thread -- yep, like paresthetica meralgia....
Complete thread -- I mean it could make sense but google does not pull many results
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Does anyone know how to make a "pause" when creating
Complete thread -- yes... just found myself and was posting :) thanks :)
Complete thread -- AREDS?
Complete thread -- some type of eye vitamin
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, I went with perivasal tissue.
Complete thread -- vasectomy: After blunt dissection the *perivasalar* tissue was dissected free?
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Will have to leave blank! :)
Complete thread -- I don't know, but googling phrase comes up with "and hyperfluorescence in the temporal..."
Complete thread -- another ocular exam
Complete thread -- nonsense answer. a type of bacteria cannot be seen on a dilated eye exam.
Complete thread -- however, I don't think this is the right s/l, doesn't seem to fit in the dictation.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks all
Complete thread -- "test" is implied. Microalbuminuria (test) is pending. I'd leave it.
Complete thread -- I would not correct it, I'd put it as dictated.
Complete thread -- ?static? There is static retinoscopy and dynamic retinoscopy
Complete thread -- how to avoid, wash hands after touching feces & wash hands after gardening
Complete thread -- thank you! =]
Complete thread -- Doc always says microalbuminuria (I'd go as dictated)
Complete thread -- post CVA
Complete thread -- both CVA as well as coronary artery disease? Could also be post CVA?
Complete thread -- it almost s/l "boasts" ??
Complete thread -- found shadow test (not stick) but does not mean does not exist
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- so you would correct to microalbumin right?
Complete thread -- I'd put in lab (good research, by the way.
Complete thread -- I'd used #1 because Renal=kidney, renal insuff=not making enough urine sm
Complete thread -- verbatim acct but we correct if wrong. Doc always says microalbuminuria
Complete thread -- tip for next time=Google.com + medical abbreviations, some lists better than others.
Complete thread -- unsure if this belongs together as 1 thing, or 2 separate things
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- posterior spinal instrumentation and fusion
Complete thread -- PSIF?? is that correct? If so, does anyone know what it stands for?
Complete thread -- I did say thank you quite a while ago
Complete thread -- pretty unique patient name there...
Complete thread -- I'd hate to have that in my eye.
Complete thread -- [s/l his-tuh-luck-um fill might be histolyticum (Clostridium)
Complete thread -- thank you. Yes, verbatim, but no slang allowed
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, poi
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i think it IS track as doctor mentions running later
Complete thread -- if your acct does not allow slang, best not to use. Carb/ carbs IS slang.
Complete thread -- track probably = trach (as in trach tube)
Complete thread -- agree, pretty good explanation, albeit, hard to follow, but necessary.t
Complete thread -- answer? (answering service) Just can't think of what he might be
Complete thread -- florid granulation?
Complete thread -- no... I am trying to know what the correct way to type things are from here on out.
Complete thread -- s/l florida kin oh gration in the rectum
Complete thread -- You are trying really hard to make it something other than dictated
Complete thread -- okay, this confuses me because I just now understood there is no 1-0 in any type of suture
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- can I ask why context would matter in this case? wouldn't it be slang or not slang in all
Complete thread -- shortness of breath with *truck*
Complete thread -- S/M
Complete thread -- dictionary.com shows it is slang
Complete thread -- W/O context, I would say probably...
Complete thread -- all types, structured from the USP...
Complete thread -- is carb and carbs considered slang for carbohydrate(s). No slang allowed in acct
Complete thread -- I usually hear dictated #1 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- Not one 1-0 suture on your link..goes from 3-0, 2-0, 0, 1, 2
Complete thread -- I spoke with Dr. Hellein on the phone via _____.
Complete thread -- question... is this in reference to all types of sutures and not just Vicryl as far as 1-0
Complete thread -- agree, ratiios use colon (: ) here are also others ways they dictate it sm
Complete thread -- pharmacopeia.cn/v29240/usp29nf24s0_m80200.html
Complete thread -- do you just take your word for it, or do you have a reference?
Complete thread -- I wasn't talking about that, I was talking about her web page not being wrong, just differ
Complete thread -- great minds
Complete thread -- thanks guys!
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- there is a big difference between a 1-0 and 1 size. it is not "just" different.
Complete thread -- I say yes. You can find all sort of incorrect info on catalog listings. If I cannot find
Complete thread -- I was just coming back to say the same thing, poi. =)
Complete thread -- it is just a catalog site, they can print what they want. The actual packaging on
Complete thread -- not wrong, just different. point is, if he says 1 Vicryl, then just type 1 Vicryl
Complete thread -- histologic something?
Complete thread -- so is this site wrong then?
Complete thread -- that makes more sense to me.
Complete thread -- I was trying to post the same link and it wouldn't work
Complete thread -- GOOGLE IMAGES
Complete thread -- 1 Vicryl (NO -)
Complete thread -- I don't think there is a 1-0 Vicryl suture at all, but there is a 1 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- I found this site... which is why I asked. I only see 1-0, not just 1
Complete thread -- appropriate in fit and feel
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- because various "sizes" for various surgery types. Can google Eithcon.com
Complete thread -- no hyphen, just 1 Vicryl
Complete thread -- Doesn't quite make sense to me, but that's what he is saying.
Complete thread -- it means, it not only appears to fit, but also by the (gloved hand"feel"
Complete thread -- Actually, I don't think I've heard of 1-0 (one zero) Vicryl.
Complete thread -- did I lose you?
Complete thread -- if dictated as 1 Vicryl, then that is fine.
Complete thread -- how can helpers not help? I'm asking if 1-Vicryl is acceptable or is it supposed to be 1-0
Complete thread -- :) thank you
Complete thread -- no way helpers can help, can post a wav maybe.
Complete thread -- I agree, that's what I wanted to post, but felt you should check just in case
Complete thread -- 1 Vicryl or 1-0 Vicryl ?? not hearing 1-0, just 1
Complete thread -- best, if you can, post a voice file for helpers to listen & help ya
Complete thread -- best, if you can, post a voice file for helpers to listen & help ya
Complete thread -- this part makes sense? fit and feel metaphyseal and ??
Complete thread -- thank you! We are to try & figure it out, and if absolutely unsure, leave
Complete thread -- not stumbling. Looks just fine as is. I did listened 3 times & tho can wait for others
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- found this, plus ask employer how to handle w/more than one meaning of abbrev sm
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- non-exercise, nonexercise or non exercise(non can stand alone, but go by what boss wantsv
Complete thread -- doc stumbling... unsure how to word it. Verbatim, but obviously correcting self
Complete thread -- got the second: I took the cultures
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- non-exercise or nonexercise??
Complete thread -- is comma needed after healthy-appearing?
Complete thread -- ah you're so awesome. thank you!
Complete thread -- obviously cath'ing his urine, ???
Complete thread -- maybe Acthar ?
Complete thread -- the patient's nephrotic syndrome was treated with "akvar."
Complete thread -- first blank, I collected a culture?
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- Sorry when I google coxarthrosis and DDH
Complete thread -- not sure how you googled, but both do exist when I do then individually in quotes
Complete thread -- when I google the 2, all I see is developmental dysplasia of the hip [DDH]),
Complete thread -- how do you know which expansion to use for DDH? (sm)
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- still hear the wav below?
Complete thread -- Two questions
Complete thread -- . He obviously ______ emptying his bladder better on Flomax alone.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- straining? (where?/when she leaks(not leaking)
Complete thread -- some episodes of ______ when she leaking and also some feeling of not urinating as mu
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that had never been noticed in the past either
Complete thread -- #2 she has microscopic hematuria.
Complete thread -- timed ... #2 she has ????
Complete thread -- I advised her on ______ voiding and try some Kegel exercises. ______ hematuria.
Complete thread -- urine when she saw the gynecologist. _______ in the past either
Complete thread -- listen for region for the 1st one (instead of
Complete thread -- left major fissure
Complete thread -- head/neck PET scan...fullness in right s/l tar-suh-tal lesion TIA!
Complete thread -- drugs, once for ... amphetamines.
Complete thread -- 2. Positive use of recreational drugs ____(0:04:16.6) benzodiazepine, ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thanks! Let us know is they find out.
Complete thread -- with placement OF AN antiglide plate
Complete thread -- OP says: Well, I am confused. Best to send email to employer, they know, sm
Complete thread -- Aredia brand, generic pamidronate.used to treat Paget disease of the bone and bone tumors
Complete thread -- peroneal (leg) penineal area between vag introitus & anus
Complete thread -- antiglide plate?
Complete thread -- placement of s/l glad plate
Complete thread -- For those of you helping me with s/l "tack tearing," QA didn't get it either.
Complete thread -- ID=infectious disease
Complete thread -- i went with it. thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- "full ID workup " does that make sense
Complete thread -- "full ID workup
Complete thread -- thank you~
Complete thread -- dry needling? She may be saying "dried" but think dry is correct.
Complete thread -- A ___ technique was also performed
Complete thread -- The initial dose of Kenalog-40 Injection may vary from 2.5 mg to 100 mg per day depending
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob.
Complete thread -- suspect it's 2 cc, 40 mg/cc; confusing the two numbers.
Complete thread -- tic, tearing?
Complete thread -- The knee was then injected with 40..2 (42?) cc of 40 mg cc Kenalog.
Complete thread -- Thank you poi and kkjpnc. I flagged with a guess.
Complete thread -- "for I saw her *do*"...also sounds like Isordil... choices, choices
Complete thread -- can't make it out, sorry. I thought I heard something about disorder?
Complete thread -- thank you. Do you hear "for what I saw her" is doing well...
Complete thread -- So, there is no such thing as 12 a.m. or p.m., just midday and midnight.
Complete thread -- I don't see where either BOS 2 or BOS 3 say to change.
Complete thread -- problem "for that disorder" is doing well, is clearly
Complete thread -- phew! I chose lay. and yep, she "laid" on that bullet.
Complete thread -- Are you sure its not landed? If not, it would be lay.
Complete thread -- sorry. I uploaded the new wav now.
Complete thread -- The principal parts (most-common verb forms) of lie are:
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- that the original problem for ___ is clearly the left side.
Complete thread -- They tell me that she fell on the floor and LAID on a bullet, which happened to be
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- so then... am I supposed to type midnight when dictated as 12 a.m. ??
Complete thread -- pin (like a needle) and perineal
Complete thread -- he mixes up the paragraphs and goes backwards and forwards from subject
Complete thread -- perineal? What sentence follows your sounds like?
Complete thread -- any context? diagnosis? Please confirm peroneal vs perineal
Complete thread -- xamined her quite carefully in the peroneal area with a pan, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have listened slow and fast and still sounds like "tack tearing." Flagging.
Complete thread -- No, it defintely sounds like Tack-tearing (with a T sound).
Complete thread -- lac tearing? as in lacrimal?
Complete thread -- BOS is wrong then
Complete thread -- a.m. (ante meridian) p.m. (post meridian)
Complete thread -- thanks for the update. After reading BOS2, was really glad I type verbatim. :)
Complete thread -- Amazing. My 2006 electronic edition BOS 2 shows that too.
Complete thread -- hopefully BOS 3 supersedes BOS 2 for your accounts?
Complete thread -- lack of tearing?
Complete thread -- not sure I understand your question but I would think tearing as in tears
Complete thread -- s/l tack tearing (as in tears) or may s/l tearing (as in ripping apart) see message
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- easier to just type as dictated - 12 a.m.
Complete thread -- I think you got it.
Complete thread -- I think so. I think you lead me to the first one (I googled your answer with flu
Complete thread -- I can see the argument...11:00 a.m. is followed by 12:00 (noon)
Complete thread -- #2 oxazepam?
Complete thread -- Well, I am confused. All my accts state this in account specifics
Complete thread -- I remember seeing that and never heard of it before.
Complete thread -- see link- even better reason to type verbatim.
Complete thread -- try pamidronate
Complete thread -- see that now on P 254. That is crazy though. LOL! Midnight is the beginning 0000 hours ?
Complete thread -- are you verbatim or use BOS? they don't actually work together.
Complete thread -- huh? I have always know 12 am as midnight and 12 pm as noon. I'm confused =/
Complete thread -- S/l pro-midge-uh-nate TIA!
Complete thread -- but 12 a.m. is noon - BOS 2 shows:
Complete thread -- okay...so I am not sure when the BOS2 rule is applied. P. 391
Complete thread -- he was taking the ___and ___as I had known about
Complete thread -- I would not consider 12 am wrong so I would type as such on a verbatim account
Complete thread -- Verbatim, however we correct when wrong. Would 12 am be changed to midnight?
Complete thread -- thanks, knew that about ratio, just was not sure if those numbers were that :)
Complete thread -- ratio is usually 1:7 1:8
Complete thread -- 1-7 or 1:7 and 1-8 or 1:8 ?? dictated as 1 to 7 and 1 to 8 (sm)
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- There was noted to be good *bear strain* bilaterally and we further
Complete thread -- WOW! Thank you so much nm!!!!
Complete thread -- any gallbladder wall thickening and the the common bile duct is
Complete thread -- gallstones without any ____ wall thickening and ___ is normal in size.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- my though was if there is a proximal and distal anything, there
Complete thread -- need to move on, thanks!
Complete thread -- anyone able to catch any of this blank?
Complete thread -- agree, to occur between two periods or points of time
Complete thread -- intervening?
Complete thread -- There has been no *a meaning* trauma
Complete thread -- that is a good question.
Complete thread -- another blank
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- could also be referencing the bones in the middle of one of the rows.
Complete thread -- wet prep
Complete thread -- not good audio quality...sorry
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- he is talking about the joint space between the two rows.
Complete thread -- She is 5 feet 4 inches.
Complete thread -- how would you type: She is 5 foot 4 ?? Verbatim, but we make corrections if wrong
Complete thread -- carpal bones, eight in number, are arranged in two rows. Those of the proximal row, from t
Complete thread -- proximal or distal. cannot document a mid row?
Complete thread -- No results found for "mid row transcarpal".
Complete thread -- thanks, I have been googling but got nothing. will recheck.
Complete thread -- normally hear proximal row, cannot document a 'mid' row? Maybe only that doctor uses
Complete thread -- mid row (google carpal row)
Complete thread -- The wrist, however, shows s/l midrow transcarpal loss of joint space consistent
Complete thread -- exostotic is more appropriate to the context (clavicle)
Complete thread -- yes... thank you! I hear it so clear now that you posted it :)
Complete thread -- and that is the major problem she is facing.
Complete thread -- and that leads to the?
Complete thread -- cannot catch this either
Complete thread -- I will flag with the exophytic in (). Thanks all.
Complete thread -- sry I jumped. It is probably exostotic (exostosis)?
Complete thread -- I had eliminated that because I was so sure I heard an S. You are right. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I hear exostotic
Complete thread -- I'm finding hits for "exostotic lesion" on Google.
Complete thread -- exophytic lesion
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think I'll go with tier!
Complete thread -- (but it's true that you can't "require" tamponade)
Complete thread -- sent WAV
Complete thread -- ESL, sounds like exostatic
Complete thread -- That's ridiculous. Once you know what the TMN classes and the prefixes and all that,
Complete thread -- thank you all :)
Complete thread -- just like to argue, right. Definitions for you pericardial window & pericardiocentesis
Complete thread -- me 2
Complete thread -- staying in her own bedroom?
Complete thread -- staying in the bedroom?
Complete thread -- no idea what she says
Complete thread -- no - OP has they did a window - not a pericardiocentesis
Complete thread -- I'm thinking require pericardiocentesis (the procedure) require tamponade is a condition
Complete thread -- One learns, by much practice to use google and the vast vast infor
Complete thread -- all I know is I would not cap western blot....
Complete thread -- I checked out igenex. I wrote that and flagged to QA to confirm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- agree igenex.com
Complete thread -- For the next time, she needs the information on HOW to render any TNM classification
Complete thread -- thank you, both of you. Now what do I go with?
Complete thread -- agree Lyme IgM Western Blot
Complete thread -- not sure if I am stating this clear. I think he is telling the transcriber *next*, as in
Complete thread -- my link didn't work: www.igenex.com Lab company, lyme, IgM, etc.
Complete thread -- p.s. because it s/l he is saying IgE-nex to me
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "next"
Complete thread -- as far as the blank I think he is next, like seperate. I would type IgE/IgM
Complete thread -- for next time google + phrase. Also ypT3, ypT4a-c, and ypT4
Complete thread -- okay. thank you. Did you get that word that I flagged?
Complete thread -- will listen again - thank you! ...
Complete thread -- I wonder if it's the company IGeneX, see their website (inside)
Complete thread -- Lyme IgM Western Blot (not IgE)
Complete thread -- can you help with this wav. I am very unfamiliar with these terms.
Complete thread -- gosh, unless MTSO wants it, I'd never do tacked? Tached? tacycardy'd?
Complete thread -- I hear "prolonged expiratory phase, very clear
Complete thread -- got it, Stendra...thanks
Complete thread -- rx and s/l stender....sm
Complete thread -- moving on. Thanks
Complete thread -- _________ which showed cardiac tamponade
Complete thread -- cannot catch what type of phase... I cannot hear inspiratory or expiratory
Complete thread -- pericardial effusion
Complete thread -- ypT4apN0. NO commas, no spaces...
Complete thread -- Well, that made that a lot easier. We are allowed to make small changes on my
Complete thread -- personally, I'd put she had tachycardia up to the 140s.
Complete thread -- Probably close enough - I lower case the A. yPT4a, pN0,
Complete thread -- tacked? Tached? tacycardy'd?
Complete thread -- had to move on, flagged, thanks.
Complete thread -- thinking I am hearing some type of effusion?? sorry
Complete thread -- a ____ effusion ___ which would require tamponade (I don't hear cardiac)
Complete thread -- systolic?
Complete thread -- ? yPT4A, pN0 - are these capped correctly? Thanks
Complete thread -- heart murmur
Complete thread -- which showed _____ cardiac tamponade.
Complete thread -- Thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- tray? tier? something to rest her arm on in the shower
Complete thread -- high dose
Complete thread -- Hem/Onc
Complete thread -- p.r.n. ?
Complete thread -- duct and artery (duckpin artery)?
Complete thread -- similar?
Complete thread -- MLT? (as in Maxalt-MLT?) Just a guess.
Complete thread -- "cystic" or "hepatic" artery? "extrahepatic" wall?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- with respect to that?
Complete thread -- RIZATRIPTAN was just prescribed, but she does not have experience with ...
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- just a routine physical _______. She never spotted
Complete thread -- No spotting or _____ blood in the urine
Complete thread -- i wrote it inversion was denoted. now i am confused. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- inbleeding was denoted...
Complete thread -- pls carry on. i know it is tough. gee.... ...
Complete thread -- After demarcated lesion was identified with sharp ____ lesion using ri ...
Complete thread -- Operative Findings: The fragment was roughly equal to the diameter of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sure - SM
Complete thread -- Findings: Significant *three-tendon* rotator cuff tear with near comp ...
Complete thread -- ditto. I tried a Google search with "* shaped", but wasn't helpful
Complete thread -- I can hear the "shaped" now, just struggling with the word before it.
Complete thread -- good one, lemme write that down. speciations=distinct species in the course of evolution.
Complete thread -- L-shaped? (see link)
Complete thread -- There was an ____________ anterior septum
Complete thread -- I must have dreamed that....the wav is now gone.
Complete thread -- I hear lateral placement of the scope/blade
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for your help in confirming.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think he's saying lateral post. See the other thread for something I found.
Complete thread -- "lateral post" Taken from article on knee arthroscopy (last paragraph)
Complete thread -- Sorry about that. I just reposted, but the audio is not very clear and he speaks fast.
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything.
Complete thread -- Knee arthroscopy.
Complete thread -- Yes - thank you - this is totally new to me Appreciate it.... ...
Complete thread -- No, I heard this before and used 'post' twice. Today it was somewhat unclear
Complete thread -- lateral repair
Complete thread -- good post for archives--thanks
Complete thread -- hemoglobin F?
Complete thread -- lateral release?
Complete thread -- Lateral s/o "post or port"? technique was utilized. The skin was prepped.
Complete thread -- Endocrinology
Complete thread -- That was it! Thanks. I wish I hadn't sent it, but it had to go.
Complete thread -- I think makes sense too, good anology sm Y-shape etc
Complete thread -- can't find specific phrase, but would not doubt it, Prob re: blood flow problem sm
Complete thread -- just a 'little' late - LOL...but thanks for the answer!!
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! I couldn't confirm this anywhere, & it is Ohio Work Comp cases. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- flow through injury
Complete thread -- radius to ulna margin
Complete thread -- it is not MRI, more when he is giving the summary of history. I did post before, but...
Complete thread -- Posted a WAV now. Thanks
Complete thread -- "incentive hemodialysis"?
Complete thread -- Endoscopic carpal tunnel release. Thank you
Complete thread -- if this finding is on MRI, check out "flow void" phenomenon
Complete thread -- you posted this same question before and decided to use it
Complete thread -- s/l "flow through phenomenon" The patient had spinal surgery...
Complete thread -- long convoluted history?
Complete thread -- never mind, blanked it
Complete thread -- psychiatric progress note for anxiety/panic attacks SM
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Yeah -- I've got one that lists Accu-Chek in meds and another who lists CPAP - I give it
Complete thread -- good point. Thanks so much. So I should just add it in with the meds, just like that?
Complete thread -- not a med, but there is a TRUEtrack glucometer and testing supplies - might be listing it
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. I never heard it used before
Complete thread -- medication sounds like "true track"
Complete thread -- why wouldn't it make sense. Her estrogen level has gone up 4 times what is normal.
Complete thread -- she is "four times the normal estrogen level". Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- speciation?
Complete thread -- oh that makes sense!
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- can't reference either, but likely refers to the shape of a champagne glass--
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- inciting
Complete thread -- he cannot recall any ___ gastrointestinal illnesses or triggers
Complete thread -- hypermobility?
Complete thread -- degrees - (not digress)
Complete thread -- and actually I got distracted trying to help the 2 posts above :P)
Complete thread -- Patellar *high pantry* was negative.
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation
Complete thread -- Ablation!! Thanks so much- that's it!
Complete thread -- hi! (I like to hide when I can't figure something out)
Complete thread -- s'okay. Hi poi!
Complete thread -- since manipulation? (i.e., hormonal manipulation)
Complete thread -- uterine ablation?
Complete thread -- I agree. now that we hear more.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry, I was answering one helper while checked my file posting
Complete thread -- Perimenopausal- s/l upa lation?
Complete thread -- paraesophageal?
Complete thread -- didn't like my answer? Let me be more clear "...enzyme *level* and rheumatoid factor."
Complete thread -- paratracheal and retroperitoneal?
Complete thread -- maybe. Thank you. I guess I will flag
Complete thread -- ESL chest CT
Complete thread -- sorry, recorded 2 but posted the wrong one - reposted
Complete thread -- that is the shortest wav ever. I don't know about anyone else, but when we've never
Complete thread -- level (but next time give more of a lead - that was wayyy short)
Complete thread -- is the dictator correcting 25 to 10 mg?
Complete thread -- . I will get a cocci serology, TB QuantiFERON Gold test, angiotension converting
Complete thread -- is that okay, nortriptyline 25 10 mg. That is what he said, not sure how to write it
Complete thread -- thanks, just came back to say I have to flag, very clear and cannot reference it
Complete thread -- I was going to flag that spot. Thanks
Complete thread -- Chevron?
Complete thread -- looking for a "champagne" incision. sm plse
Complete thread -- arm was held?
Complete thread -- Oh, my. I was so far off. Thanks.
Complete thread -- From the looks of things, no one here has heard of a legitimate anything for GED, so she
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Right, MP3. I always post wavs but saw a question still unanswered.
Complete thread -- that's no source to say that is even remotely a usable expansion.
Complete thread -- 170 degree of abduction with external rotation
Complete thread -- she means
Complete thread -- wav file. Not sure if I have everything where it should be.
Complete thread -- ok thank you!
Complete thread -- i think he's really messing up her last name. I can hear "part" of that last name.
Complete thread -- I just don't quite hear that
Complete thread -- listen for Rosanna Stanimirovic
Complete thread -- s/l her first name is Rosanna ?
Complete thread -- there is an HBe antigen test for hep B
Complete thread -- He will continue seeing ____, the psychologist. - Doc is in Queensland AUS
Complete thread -- hope she didn't expand
Complete thread -- think last blank is a GGT
Complete thread -- I think it is HBV DNA, not HPV
Complete thread -- new +wav ...
Complete thread -- could it be HBV DNA??
Complete thread -- it's certainly not standard, I agree
Complete thread -- later it sounds like she says HBE, so was unsure. Hx of hep B
Complete thread -- I don't know where you are getting that expansion for GED. Can you back it up?
Complete thread -- HPV DNA humanpapillovirus
Complete thread -- I think she is saying HPV DNA ?
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- thanks, got it Heptovir
Complete thread -- Yes, I think it is red blood cell count
Complete thread -- meds for hep B (see link)
Complete thread -- red blood cell count?
Complete thread -- Pt with Hepatitis B, has been on s/l "hepta-B" for 3-1/2 years.
Complete thread -- almost sounds like white blood count, but you have that with 22 before. ??
Complete thread -- White count is 22. Lactate is 0.4. *River flow* count is 21. H&H is 6.6/20 and pla
Complete thread -- Don't worry. They are not coming up with any source, it is on them to defend their answer
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- quiet down. It's moot anyway.
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- is never sick (?)
Complete thread -- I do it like you have it the first way.
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she is saying
Complete thread -- check out same question over here
Complete thread -- unless OP has to expand acronyms in PMH, no point guessing. GED isn't a standard acronym
Complete thread -- GED = Graves eye disease?
Complete thread -- SM busting urinary hesitancy?
Complete thread -- maybe you are thinking of GDM = GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS????
Complete thread -- gestational diabetes
Complete thread -- Source??
Complete thread -- How can you say for sure? I've never heard of GED meaning gestational diabetes.
Complete thread -- The stool was *guaiaced* and Hemoccult negative. guaiacked? Not sure how to make it
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- No, it stands for gestational diabetes
Complete thread -- here is a good link on meds if do rheumatology/arthritis reports often or not often
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file so helpers can listen for you?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yep, sounds clear, GED & as suggested) gastroesophageal disease
Complete thread -- Nucynta and stuttered on baclofen
Complete thread -- me too - we can't use sub/superscripts, accents, tildes, etc., just never heard of a slash
Complete thread -- I hear GED? Gastroesophageal disease maybe?
Complete thread -- sounds like G-E-D....
Complete thread -- I had an account once where we couldn't use certain symbols becuase they s.m.
Complete thread -- Nucynta
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- "print" ? "printer" ?
Complete thread -- A "result" cannot be dissatisfied; I'd at least change it to "dissatisfactory"
Complete thread -- Medical conditions – has a history of _____, and hypertension.
Complete thread -- What was meant, the "printer" at facility, might not print out a letter
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd leave, makes sense(his style/report)postoperatively *in having a dissatisfied result*
Complete thread -- and advised to take ______, baclofen, and a Butrans patch
Complete thread -- :) Thanks. (Maybe we should ask the result how it feels?)
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- I'd reword that if you have that kind of freedom (the "result" is not dissatisfied)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- GERD without the R?
Complete thread -- Acct spec. Where I work, we use the virgule (slash) - never heard of it not printing.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, but I just can't hear that.
Complete thread -- Patient wants a rhinoplasty. His skin is very thin, and he has
Complete thread -- going on a bout of leave from dance class?
Complete thread -- I'd use (as transcribe already) 8 out of 10 (just in case the slash does not "print" out)
Complete thread -- since improved since going on _____ of dance class,
Complete thread -- or,, might have missed a letter? GERD? but might be EGD (a procedure)
Complete thread -- Her pain has been as intense an 8 out of 10 on the pain scale. Should that be
Complete thread -- might be species ( IDing the bacteria) They need to ID the species, then test sm
Complete thread -- good deal, ODB
Complete thread -- #2-poor
Complete thread -- Flagging. Thank you.
Complete thread -- he's adding an extra syllababable.
Complete thread -- oops - that'd be leflunOmide
Complete thread -- I can't come up with anything else that sounds like that. Whatever it is, he isn't saying
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- leflunamide (stutters on it a bit)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- . She had _______ and poor grip strength on the right side. She had ______ dorsifle
Complete thread -- I don't think it is an infection... she has been seeing a rheumatologist
Complete thread -- mispronouncing linezolid? (Treats bacterial infections and certain types of skin
Complete thread -- EGD? can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- I type 6/10 myself. And if they say such as 6 to 7 out of 10 it is 6/10 to 7/10
Complete thread -- she has splinted (I'm also hearing past tense - "was" where you have "is")
Complete thread -- you recorded over my +wav... I am reposting. Thanks!
Complete thread -- By the way, it should be "By the time..." Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l spees-agent and sensitivities (see message)
Complete thread -- She is _____ the right upper extremity
Complete thread -- Medical conditions – has a history of *G E D*, and hypertension.
Complete thread -- unable to catch the med
Complete thread -- 6/10 or 6 out of 10 as dictated?
Complete thread -- nd advised to take *nisentoblak*, baclofen, and a Butrans patch.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- plug?
Complete thread -- The decision was made to repair the hernia with Prolene *flag and* mesh.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- "Leukocyte alkaline phosphatase (LAP) score"
Complete thread -- Lab score? what is the heading these fall under, what's being listed?
Complete thread -- Wav uploaded… (not catching first part).
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- medical class impairment 3, "Medical Impairment Class and severity ranking provide..."
Complete thread -- Unless he contradicts himself and says specifically that patient tolerated elsewhere in
Complete thread -- he has ________ severity ranking a B
Complete thread -- Doctor says "reduce intolerance ". But I do not see anywhere in the report
Complete thread -- tx. Did you catch that word?
Complete thread -- Medtronic...
Complete thread -- he saw Dr. Lipson recently and also had Medtronics program ___ since he has
Complete thread -- agree, ound it on google.com (exam of joint aspiration)
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me...plastic surgery? ...
Complete thread -- nodular findings
Complete thread -- what is the complaint?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Jowl *lipoptosis*. ...
Complete thread -- believe this is correct
Complete thread -- crystal analysis
Complete thread -- went back to relisten, the voice started at "all the parts of etc"
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you.
Complete thread -- no, didn't say that, so much noise, doing good to get what I listed
Complete thread -- good one (must do psych reports ?)
Complete thread -- are you saying you don't hear nodular?
Complete thread -- sleeve (gastrectomy surg procedure for weight loss.) Said in text nm
Complete thread -- I hear "all the parts of the thyroid noted"
Complete thread -- parts?
Complete thread -- Calcification in azygos node noted. Nodular _______ of the thyroid noted.
Complete thread -- duh, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for trying everyone. Guess I better flag it.
Complete thread -- posterior left _____ "toward" the left lung base
Complete thread -- showed pleural thickening in the posterior ____ the left lung base
Complete thread -- heck, nevermind
Complete thread -- on 2/7/14
Complete thread -- CT chest, without contrast, on XXXXXX showed pleural thickening in the posterior
Complete thread -- wow, OP made a very clear post on the subject, as usual, don't get it.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- stumped on lab work, s/l re-fair pls sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- per the BoS, mid can stand alone or used as a prefix. When used as a prefix, mid is usual
Complete thread -- who wants an inhibited hedgehog? I don't get it.
Complete thread -- I think it is 5% formalin (google foot soaks 5% formalin warts)
Complete thread -- Sending in. Thx!
Complete thread -- s/l 5% for-mune foot soaks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ...meaning how you would use mid alone.
Complete thread -- midcalf or mid to lower calf
Complete thread -- is it midcalf or mid-calf?? Archives have both, so was unsure.
Complete thread -- and who diagnosed the patient (you have diagnostic)
Complete thread -- DSM-IV 310.2
Complete thread -- concussion syndrome DSM *roman numeral 4 3 10 point 2*. Accompanying medical
Complete thread -- ? some plates
Complete thread -- "sub plates" placed in his back?
Complete thread -- agree with O
Complete thread -- I hear this also.
Complete thread -- I tried to hear "inhaled" but can't quite - maybe "oral corticosteroids"?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- of inhaled steroids?
Complete thread -- SORRY. you're got obliterated. need to redo
Complete thread -- is pt in a group home? I might hear "group home statement has also been requested"
Complete thread -- LOL, I keep thinking he is talking about some kind of sleeve too but cannot figure out wha
Complete thread -- side effects of _____ steroids
Complete thread -- A _________ sleeve has also been requested? (actually sounds like cook and slave haha)
Complete thread -- comedonecrosis is okay too
Complete thread -- under fracture
Complete thread -- re-recorded at a more normal speed
Complete thread -- under dislocation
Complete thread -- under fracture-dislocation
Complete thread -- can you record this at a normal speed? all of his dictations sound like they are in slow-
Complete thread -- oooh I remember that .. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- usually, adverbs (moderately) are not attached by hyphen.
Complete thread -- moderately displaced
Complete thread -- wow, thanks, I sure did look for pathology specimen/stain etc, got zip
Complete thread -- THx. No account specifics here.
Complete thread -- moderately-displaced or moderately displaced??
Complete thread -- rerecorded
Complete thread -- ...has been requested
Complete thread -- something treatment as been requested (?)
Complete thread -- Worst .wav I have ever heard.
Complete thread -- Hi, just wanted to let those who tried to help us with that goofy sm
Complete thread -- private hospital waiting list. ____has also been requested once the date of surgery
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows fracture dislocation under fracture and then hyphenates it later
Complete thread -- Monteggia fracture-dislocation
Complete thread -- You need a hyphen: fracture-dislocation.
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- See link - maybe the med will jump out at you. Not sure, but s/l it starts with "D"
Complete thread -- I'm finding Dapa-Tabs made in Australia. Not sure if it's a part of Noten (another Aussie
Complete thread -- Do I need a comma between fracture and dislocation? See
Complete thread -- is currently on Noten, _____, aspirin and Lipitor, as well as potassium
Complete thread -- leaving blank
Complete thread -- egad...you're
Complete thread -- that makes sense. Your welcome.
Complete thread -- Portland- did check out cities and seen Rogue River-definitely "grouper"
Complete thread -- what's the current city in Oregon, how close to southern border?
Complete thread -- Rogue River? (Oregon)
Complete thread -- Thank you both. I left as dictated.
Complete thread -- did you note "excrescences" (not exertions)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- would leave as dictated
Complete thread -- this is a longshot- a city (I assume) s/l "royal grouper"
Complete thread -- When doctor says something similar to what's inside, how do you handle it?
Complete thread -- Thanks poi
Complete thread -- It isn't abrasion either. It is bruising.
Complete thread -- I think that is it. I slowed it way down!
Complete thread -- umbilical?
Complete thread -- got it, umbilical. i need a nap.
Complete thread -- abnormal?
Complete thread -- No, mesh is not used for the Shouldice procedure, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Working with a headache! sounds like "vocal"
Complete thread -- Some kind of mesh? NM
Complete thread -- Never mind - it's Lambl's TX NM
Complete thread -- Findings on echo (SM)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pt is s/p Shouldice hernia surgery. Inguinal exam...
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- try taut
Complete thread -- it is version
Complete thread -- they don't always put stuff correctly. s/m
Complete thread -- He says 5 foot tall....
Complete thread -- blather
Complete thread -- that was supposed to be s/l TOUGH
Complete thread -- no feet or inches symbols in narrative. 5 feet tall
Complete thread -- distributions, compartment *though*, capillary refill less than 2 seconds
Complete thread -- 5 feet tall or 5' tall?
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone.
Complete thread -- here if "in Print" confirmation on word version, if neededj
Complete thread -- I find references for "Angle class" as well as
Complete thread -- yes, I know what google is... thanks for the tip... but I already tried and was verifying
Complete thread -- I used to have an orthopedic surgeon who said "version" all the time. Drove me nuts but I
Complete thread -- eversion fits
Complete thread -- yes, I know. A tip, google.com + your phrase. Will help you.
Complete thread -- I should mention that in the plan, Dr. says that
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- wonder if fiber bar?, 2nd guess bowl? (as in cereal bowl)
Complete thread -- cribriform and comedo necrosis were the s/l
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- The patient is an 84-year-old male status post THA.
Complete thread -- so is thyroxine okay then?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- can you share?
Complete thread -- mortise (with an 'e')
Complete thread -- this is not a lab... this is med list
Complete thread -- yes, mortise
Complete thread -- if he is saying the L... I do not hear it
Complete thread -- thyroxine is the actual hormone, levothyroxine is the synthetic form.
Complete thread -- yes, you may hear; will order a thyroxin or thyroid antibodies sm
Complete thread -- can you hear L-Thyroxine?
Complete thread -- Fibula fracture with subluxation of the *mortis* (depression or groove?)
Complete thread -- MacIntosh blade sizes sizes 0 (neonatal) through 4 (large adult).
Complete thread -- med list doc says "thyroxin" ... not levo... and no dosages.
Complete thread -- thank you, poi
Complete thread -- Dunno. Not Mallampati, though. If I could've made it out, I would've posted my answer.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. Instead of a surgical fusion there is self-fusion.
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you.
Complete thread -- what did he say?
Complete thread -- I was thinking a number 4 too.
Complete thread -- Not sure about a 40 Mac -- maybe a #4?
Complete thread -- MacIntosh. Agree that 80=ET (unless you hear "eight-oh" in which case it'd be 8.0)
Complete thread -- would it be 40 MacIntosh blade was inserted and an ET tube was
Complete thread -- MacIntosh
Complete thread -- ET tube
Complete thread -- A s/l 40 McIntosh blade was inserted, and an s/l 80 tube was easily
Complete thread -- nevermind, got it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- High-grade DCIS was noted with s/l quivaform and communonecrosis.
Complete thread -- It'd be Mallampati (with one 't'), but that's not what he said.
Complete thread -- Mallampatti (class) III
Complete thread -- defect from the
Complete thread -- we proceeded to close the _______15 mm trocar site at the umbilicus with
Complete thread -- taking down all the _______ while taking down the plication
Complete thread -- s/l fiber bowl or fiber ball
Complete thread -- Still waiting. Thank you :)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Warthin or Warthin's
Complete thread -- list in past surgical history: s/l Wartman's tumor left neck. (no context,sorry)
Complete thread -- Oxygen saturation 99% on room air. HEENT: ______ class III.
Complete thread -- I thought she was saying "I had (or I've had) a chance to later cofirm," but
Complete thread -- However, further workup demonstrated a right lower lobe lung mass as w ...
Complete thread -- L4-5 spondylolisthesis that has ___.
Complete thread -- maybe saintkell is a better s/l
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l stkell concrete contractors in nj
Complete thread -- yes, saline implant (bag filled with salt water).
Complete thread -- breast augmentation with s/l "saline". Quite clear...
Complete thread -- ignore Word grammar check for technical language.
Complete thread -- is right, I will go with comma...our QA wants a comma. thanks!
Complete thread -- take out the comma. I personally would use a dash. Lymphadenopathy - appears to be
Complete thread -- 1. Lymphadenopathy, appears to be improving. Word underlines this punct. help!
Complete thread -- looks right - see link
Complete thread -- s/l lateral uncoverage?? Would that make sense here?
Complete thread -- supposedly, I have heard it said, human bite worse
Complete thread -- interesting, thanks for sharing.
Complete thread -- must be doctor office dictation, not acute care, they do dictate generic and or brand
Complete thread -- hedgehog inhibitor is a new one on me!
Complete thread -- Slutty
Complete thread -- for ARCHIVES...Genentech's vismodegib marked the first approval for a Hedgehog inhibi
Complete thread -- Personally, I think the semicolon is an elegant solution... sm
Complete thread -- eggzactly, Ooooo
Complete thread -- duh...MS word (Not MW)
Complete thread -- If you use MW Word, spellcheck would have found your word?
Complete thread -- O - why not a semicolon; and, in fact, ..... ?
Complete thread -- you said it, charLie Brown!
Complete thread -- That makes sense now! Thanks
Complete thread -- no, you are right. it is sounded. Thanks
Complete thread -- I thought I heard PA. It is saturation, he was 91%
Complete thread -- per the PA? Is it saturated or sounded?
Complete thread -- Finally got back, it is there.
Complete thread -- The old wav keeps playing
Complete thread -- An EKG appears to be analogous to one that had been done in November 2 ...
Complete thread -- wav again.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l: appears to be analagous to one that had...
Complete thread -- Ignore, go with analogous
Complete thread -- I thought that could be it.
Complete thread -- appears to be now the latest one done in nov
Complete thread -- analogous to
Complete thread -- Good grief
Complete thread -- Actually, no in 30 years of transcribing, being a transcriptionist, I don't remember
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- technically, 3 commas correct, but it's slutty to use them all -just use the ones around
Complete thread -- , and because there are two complete sentences joined by and
Complete thread -- good idea. Thank you
Complete thread -- , and, in fact, or and, in fact, ??
Complete thread -- use onlook for chronic and then open M-W
Complete thread -- He reports being chronicly tired-how do I spell chronically? Is that correct
Complete thread -- The Lego Movie
Complete thread -- He is attending school full-time, watching TV, playing video games bri ...
Complete thread -- Some tumors involve the nerves that lie near the carotid artery
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- outer annulus and touch the pain fibers in this area, .
Complete thread -- never heard it being done?? must not be medical transcriber
Complete thread -- merely mentioned as, you went anonymous, no need.'darn tootin it is.' k k j p n c
Complete thread -- Nontender bilateral sized notches.
Complete thread -- darn tootin it is.
Complete thread -- it's ok LB for difference of opinion
Complete thread -- OR maybe he was restating instaed of saying nontender to bilateral side nuances--restated
Complete thread -- I still think it is sciatic notches
Complete thread -- might double ck "size" given ??(large, small etc) There are vertebral notches sm
Complete thread -- thank you too
Complete thread -- Amazing! Thank you!
Complete thread -- phyber?
Complete thread -- equally reactive bilaterally?
Complete thread -- sciatic notches
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- whaaaa
Complete thread -- Summit Medical Group - Doctors - Rajesh Rao, MD
Complete thread -- Rajesh Rao?
Complete thread -- I think nuances ok; nuance' means a slight, or subtle, difference;
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- Kadian?
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- looking for a Dr. Row or Raugh in NJ (Might be connected to summit medical group)
Complete thread -- The patient’s ankle jerk and knee jerk 2+, equal *active* bilaterally
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: ____, Zanaflex, Klonopin, Lamictal and Prilosec. ...
Complete thread -- oops, "snme" did not get deleted b4 posting
Complete thread -- could it be air-charged catheter?
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- means on bending is 8 inches from the floor with fingertipsnme
Complete thread -- school name in your account area, google school names?
Complete thread -- Urodynamic study - s/l air stretch catheter
Complete thread -- few of questions
Complete thread -- could it be "see Justin" ?? whoever that may be?
Complete thread -- oops..forgot to put in my *usual* name.
Complete thread -- that is what I heard too. Was trying to figure out where that was.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, found it, will add to my list
Complete thread -- s/l "St. Justin" to me
Complete thread -- sometimes they give brand and generic i.e.Metamucil generic psyllium
Complete thread -- does have a tight schedule as she is going to ____ in due course
Complete thread -- I hear what sounds like difficult (not sure it makes sense though)
Complete thread -- imo
Complete thread -- ok, thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- I hear distal. and agree with beta blockade.
Complete thread -- maybe... can also maybe hear distal
Complete thread -- does anyone hear "difficult" for #1 maybe?
Complete thread -- 1. distal? 2. blockade
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate?
Complete thread -- we have __ bleeding gastric angiodysplasia /will not tolerate beta block ___easily gi
Complete thread -- I think joint fluid is considered a noun (like amniotic fluid or even brake fluid), so I
Complete thread -- got it - Mucillium
Complete thread -- Pt is taking s/l "mu-psyllium" sm pls
Complete thread -- you just like to argue for the heck of it; I can't be further bothered with you
Complete thread -- I can accept research. I don't think the syntax works with fiber.
Complete thread -- late does not matter "O", OP do return (so for next time) & others benefit
Complete thread -- well, let's see, can't accept, research an ans why not, that would work,.sm
Complete thread -- further on the right side?
Complete thread -- ? C5-6 level, far more on the right side
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't think that's correct (what's a pain fiber?)
Complete thread -- I would, and comma also after colored.
Complete thread -- Is comma needed after golden?
Complete thread -- agree, hepatitis B virus (HBV)-
Complete thread -- distended
Complete thread -- I know this is way too late, but "receiving" IV contrast?
Complete thread -- crural
Complete thread -- Could possibly stand for "virus" NM
Complete thread -- unable to find; have stedman rad 4th but old 2004, zip on google.
Complete thread -- hep B "V" surface antibodies
Complete thread -- there (is) still one segment of the duodenum...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a bit to blurred, might get if slow down to a warble, not heard him in awhile
Complete thread -- fibers (like pain fibers) smv
Complete thread -- oops, should be dialysis pt or both.
Complete thread -- maybe saying left "lower" can't find kruller, I know pt diabetic tho
Complete thread -- remaining liver tissue (or was it just a typo?)
Complete thread -- s/l kruller
Complete thread -- disc bulge at the C5-6 level *fiber* on the right side.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- CBD was _________. She had evidence
Complete thread -- There are ________ one segment of the duodenum
Complete thread -- disorder and no history of ulcer disease, *cola* disease, and no bleeding
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Levothroid? (sometimes said like "levothyroid." but I don't see hypothyroidism on there)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thankyou!
Complete thread -- main bump?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- abnormal earlier and not have the _______ two days ago
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "carotid" nerve tumor
Complete thread -- some dehydration but was normal.
Complete thread -- daily, Lomotil, *lava tarid*, Carafate, and oxycodone.
Complete thread -- She was more confused, hypotensive, ________.
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin is 15.2 which may reflect some __________ normal.
Complete thread -- Patient needs to take steroids prior to s/l risabine IV contrast.
Complete thread -- s/l Kemp's? (see Archives, top left)
Complete thread -- positive ____ test on the right side, negative on the left side.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- eye grounds?
Complete thread -- Slip and fall accident. Patient fractured her sacrum. She
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "the patient with distended..." tender is nontender???
Complete thread -- Abdomen: ____ and distended abdomen with PTC placement. The patient’s ...
Complete thread -- tine... like tines on a fork :)
Complete thread -- okay thanks
Complete thread -- as dictated.
Complete thread -- thank you ! :)
Complete thread -- 3/4 or 0.75 ?
Complete thread -- PubMed prefers hyphenated, either acceptable.
Complete thread -- "and her shoes were number nine." Only one way it rhymes.
Complete thread -- is it midcalf or mid-calf?? Archives have both
Complete thread -- we need to invent a slide you sit on...
Complete thread -- moving on. Thanks
Complete thread -- SM for wild guess
Complete thread -- sorry, fixed text... please see this one
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he is saying
Complete thread -- "thin-section coronal CT" See Message
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- Meckel's cave
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
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