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Complete thread -- All I know *exactly* is that you have nothing helpful to contribute to this thread.
Complete thread -- did you hear the wav? what was the correct answer? If you
Complete thread -- You started it by ignoring the other helper's input (*as usual*) and the OP's decision to
Complete thread -- I flagged the misinformation that was posted here.
Complete thread -- I know exactly what Q means & also concerned about MT low pay, need 4 prompt correct ans.
Complete thread -- Who started it (as usual) taco. Always the aggresor, Please stop this nonsense.
Complete thread -- I must have missed something on that one.
Complete thread -- Please stop this nonsense.
Complete thread -- Poi Your analyze/interpret skill are atrocious
Complete thread -- s/l fomik or thomik ---may be foment (stir up, provoke)
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- Yeah, let them keep it their own little secret! Just so they know what they mean! Wow.
Complete thread -- Analyze and interpret this: Diverticular disease does NOT mean polyps.
Complete thread -- Scroll down to item 4.
Complete thread -- My reason for putting the insertion, but flagging the part
Complete thread -- it leaves the correction as dictated, but removes the repetition.
Complete thread -- I agree with billybob
Complete thread -- Isn't that what she said? What *MT decision* are you talking about?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- While that may be correct, it is not for an MT to make that decision.
Complete thread -- JMHO SM
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I would not take anything *out*, particularly as she states "please add"
Complete thread -- I would insert what she requested, but then flag your question for her IMO
Complete thread -- Following IV sedation, local anesthesia was obtained utilizing 15 mL t ...
Complete thread -- great context but can't find anything. sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flap
Complete thread -- The sizer was removed. We placed a 15-French Blake drain, brought it ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. :-)
Complete thread -- here is a link on the contour 1, 2 and 3
Complete thread -- I see you already had the "soaked" The rest I think was BPS Contour 2
Complete thread -- I do find a Strattice BPS Contour 2 on googling (also found 1 and 3)
Complete thread -- or maybe "Strattice BPS Contour to ______"
Complete thread -- wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- Also on the thread below, can we hear it again? One of the words may have been soaking
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- maybe "tacking" not "packing"
Complete thread -- 1. placed it 2. we would be tacking this 3. tacked it ?
Complete thread -- On #2...He seems to be changing his mind to something like "areas where we were packing"
Complete thread -- something like "Strattice BPS Contour ?2 ______"
Complete thread -- Strattice BPS Contour ________ (I'm still looking for rest)
Complete thread -- We then proceeded to remove this after 30 minutes of soaking and then ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I find a Strattice BPS ...but I can't get the rest
Complete thread -- We laid the patient back down. We went ahead and irrigated the pocket ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- medially, superolaterally,
Complete thread -- Once we did this, it was evident that the capsule was much more thicke ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l "fomik" "thomik" (long "o" sound) type of aura
Complete thread -- proceeded
Complete thread -- However, once the capsule was removed and the left breast was very fri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also, I would put commas after "thin" and "capsule."
Complete thread -- dermis?
Complete thread -- We went ahead and suctioned this all out and then we proceeded to diss ...
Complete thread -- ☂...there you go mentioning polyps again. Your analyze/interpret
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- says subcuticle layer(outer layer) may be regional usage term
Complete thread -- subcuticle
Complete thread -- Can always tell who the windy one is, makes it more confusing
Complete thread -- Therefore, no transposition was thought necessary. The wound was thor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Perhpas you should re-read and interpret correctly. As usual you cannot
Complete thread -- Hello? See below. "I'm going with AV paced. She says it twice more."
Complete thread -- Hello? See below. "I'm going with AV paced. She says it twice more."
Complete thread -- thumb
Complete thread -- A rongeur was utilized to smooth spicules of this bone which had grown ...
Complete thread -- I'm thinking archiac Gray's Anatomy term. There is talar dome
Complete thread -- ☂ Misinformation. Diverticular disease is not the same as polyps.
Complete thread -- V-paced rhythm= ventricle/ventricular. A-paced rhythm= atrial/atrium paced rhythm
Complete thread -- May be referring to a "few" polyps; but, dictator knows what he means. I'd leave as is.
Complete thread -- looked and looked but found nothing similar to latter. sorry
Complete thread -- Great point! Duh!!!!
Complete thread -- Agree that it has to be G tube since an NG is not put in surgically.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- probably a G tube
Complete thread -- Surg history: Tracheostomy *and G* tube or *NG* tube??
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- Googling "dominican republic festivals" I see "Merengue" right away.
Complete thread -- happens to all of us, don't feel bad. glad to help!
Complete thread -- It's so simple... Just wasn't hearing it!
Complete thread -- that's it!! I love you. :) Thanks.
Complete thread -- omega-3 acid?
Complete thread -- high dose ______ s/l "only degree acid" and fenofibrate.
Complete thread -- thanks for your input Questyr, will flag.
Complete thread -- I understood her to be asking about plural "few" and singular "disease." Not sure how I
Complete thread -- Hard to make a suggestion when I'm not sure what he's
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- Sounds reasonable to me.
Complete thread -- how to make this sentence read better with as little change as possible? Sm pls
Complete thread -- Not medical, but festivals...
Complete thread -- Prior crush injury to foot with persistent pain.
Complete thread -- Thanks, there is no "an". But I'm going with "AV paced" - she says it twice
Complete thread -- If I put Flagyl out of my mind, I hear something like Pry seal.
Complete thread -- Well, maybe by the article "a" or "an": An AV paced rhythm vs A V paced rhythm?
Complete thread -- me too - I listened again and can *imagine* I hear Flagyl, but who knows?
Complete thread -- The pt has a pacemaker. His EKG shows "a V paced" rhythm...
Complete thread -- If I listen once more, I'm sure I'll hear that too. :(
Complete thread -- thanks for trying all!
Complete thread -- I do hear Flagyl, but I didn't listen to the file until after you asked, so that may have
Complete thread -- Yeah, I heard it beginning with "cra" like fascial but crascial. ?? clean my ears.
Complete thread -- not really - sounds to me like it starts with a "p" but I can't get it.
Complete thread -- anyone hear Flagyl??
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help.
Complete thread -- His recent medications include ____ and Nasonex and he was also taking Propecia
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you!
Complete thread -- me2
Complete thread -- I hear 2
Complete thread -- I have ceased her iron and given her an iron infusion which I will repeat in __ month
Complete thread -- I would change it too (and I'm assuming it is not verbatim, or Turtle would've said so)
Complete thread -- verbatim doesn't mean to type a word that doesn't work. you can flag, it, however -
Complete thread -- I can verify talar dome and talus dome but not "talum" dome, so yea, I'd change it.
Complete thread -- We don't know that Turtle is in an "environment of verbatim", though.
Complete thread -- In an environment of "verbatim," I would blank it.
Complete thread -- yea, s/l "anacept" to me.
Complete thread -- can't find globuse at all, but found globose- spherical or approximately spherical
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Agree with changing to talus.
Complete thread -- (Ankle surgery) The dome of the talum was visualized.
Complete thread -- Maybe globus is globuse (of course don't use unless certain
Complete thread -- Didn't sound like abatacept to me, unless he started to say "Orencia" and changed mid-word
Complete thread -- hmm, For me, I'd use incidents, as in An incident is an event. Incident noun
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- incidents
Complete thread -- Tip for next time. Drugs.com wildcard/phonetic search + * cept
Complete thread -- ORIF, 5th metatarsal fracture
Complete thread -- The patient tolerated the procedure without any complications or incidence/incidents.
Complete thread -- nevermind - (where's my ella, ella, ella) no diagnosis for that med.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying Cerebryx not Celebrex? and agree with Aricept
Complete thread -- I thought he might be. I will flag it.
Complete thread -- maybe he's trying to say "Aricept"?
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Lipitor, Celebrex, ______, Glucotrol, Protonix,
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it even with the new wav.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- added another wav
Complete thread -- but next wav says: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and leg cramping ??
Complete thread -- I like your answer better than nausea.
Complete thread -- anorexia?? Also, in the previous sentence, I think it should be "as well."
Complete thread -- She had nausea, chils, but no fever. also, he says as well, not is well
Complete thread -- don't be confused - "giggle" is some kind of new troll around here.
Complete thread -- Wav starts too close to blank. This would explain the nausea...
Complete thread -- can you back up a bit? It really helps if we have a few words before the blank
Complete thread -- appears that her symptoms are related _____. This was
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- cramping pain is well. She had ______. She had chills, but no fever
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a stimulating type to (another group?) (like ?)
Complete thread -- laxative from senna ______ Parkinson's contributes
Complete thread -- She ______ COPD.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it's being removed in the operating room
Complete thread -- This appears to be superficial and not associated with any arm symptom ...
Complete thread -- oops. The OP, not *the patient*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- for the record, I was offering a suggestion based on s/l tee-ess-ef. I
Complete thread -- inferior.
Complete thread -- An oblique view to the right was obtained such that the lateral aspect ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- agree. good job!
Complete thread -- I think we have a winner!
Complete thread -- process adjacent to the L3 vertebral body
Complete thread -- I hear something like and/in keeping? to the L3 vertebral body
Complete thread -- I think I hear "process (?processes) of the T_ through L3" ..and I wonder if it s/b bodies
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- An oblique view to the right was obtained such that the lateral aspect ...
Complete thread -- not rising to the level of the biopsy, but it should be?
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Ah, I missed that admission. Well, that makes it even less palatable,
Complete thread -- sry for late reply, ty to all helpers i will go with gold's suggestion
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- got it, right-sided discomfort.
Complete thread -- Can we have a bit longer clip at the beginning. It helps to get into the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Cough, throat irritation, occasional chest tightness, __________. I a ...
Complete thread -- if this tried?
Complete thread -- had air-fluid levels
Complete thread -- Preoperative imaging reveals an opacified frontal sinus with areas of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Or maybe just "taper, about"
Complete thread -- I hear of over 6 weeks
Complete thread -- I think I hear "taper for about"
Complete thread -- "steroid taper ____ (about?) 6 weeks"
Complete thread -- The patient was treated in the outpatient clinic with several rounds o ...
Complete thread -- I think he is just stumbling - that this try, that this be addressed...
Complete thread -- Though he speaks beautifully, I'm sorry to say I can't get it.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Giggles, I not only read it, I read it and *understood* it (hint hint), answering
Complete thread -- I read it and I also read your various posts and don't get what you're saying. Since the
Complete thread -- ya got that right...
Complete thread -- I'm just trying to un-confuse someone. It takes a lot of words to do that.
Complete thread -- The board has been so quiet today until
Complete thread -- Also, if our fine helpers poi and Questyr didn't recognize it, how many of those reading
Complete thread -- I didn't say I wouldn't use it if dictated. I would use TSF but very reluctantly because
Complete thread -- Yes - thank you very much !
Complete thread -- Think it might be Fothergill sign (see PubMed article link..click on Find Box word)
Complete thread -- Help with abdominal exam - see msg.
Complete thread -- Exactly how would it have worked if the OP needed the letters?
Complete thread -- U did not read the OP posted question, U made excuses when U realized the error
Complete thread -- ☂ - ☂ U did not read the OP posted question, U made excuses when U realized the error
Complete thread -- I'm still waiting for her to point out all the details that the rest of us apparently
Complete thread -- You thunk right, but poi's suggestion would have worked as well since it is assumed that
Complete thread -- This acronym site (science and medicine category) shows TSF as teaspoonful
Complete thread -- tsf would be teaspoonful,
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. All the suggestions are good. I think may be saying
Complete thread -- Or maybe Robitussin DM SF (see link)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying Robitussin the SF (meaning the sugar-free version)?
Complete thread -- tsp? teaspoon?
Complete thread -- Robitussin 1 s/l tee-ess-eff every 4 hours. TIA!
Complete thread -- Oops, I didn't see the suggestion below.
Complete thread -- I would put in parentheses (his medical oncologist)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- not internal use, though, pretty sure.
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestion. I think it's better that way.
Complete thread -- I'd probably take out the first two commas and put "his medical oncologist" in parentheses
Complete thread -- sorry I can't restructure the sentence. Dr. Phil here is first name of doc.
Complete thread -- is that his last name or do they just use his first name?
Complete thread -- Can you do, "As per the recommendations of Dr. Phil, his medical oncologist, we will..."?
Complete thread -- help with apostrophe and commas in this sentence. pls sm.
Complete thread -- a-w-e-s-o-m-e
Complete thread -- Ty for reply, pretty clearly says kelp. It seems correct, alginate dressing/packing
Complete thread -- clip?
Complete thread -- Small "kelp" was placed in the liver resection bed and the liver was then returned
Complete thread -- I don't think she even read the whole thread before posting, as usual.
Complete thread -- Sounds promising. I did find RU as right upper.
Complete thread -- Maybe it has a pouch like a kangaroo. :)
Complete thread -- exactly, since so clear, I am sure he is talking about the Winnie–the–Pooh character.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is using a personal abberviation for Right Outer Upper?? I have
Complete thread -- Maybe it's just "dictator style" and we should go with it. Ha!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I bet she doesn't admit that was wrong either.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. I would not have a problem with it if heard clearly.
Complete thread -- I think that is fine - I googled "crooked posterior collateral ligament" (not in quotes)
Complete thread -- MRI s/l crooked PCL
Complete thread -- for pete sakes? I think you mean "for Pete's sake."
Complete thread -- for pete sakes? I think you mean "for Pete's sake."
Complete thread -- tritto - "oriented roo" ?? maybe the tape skips there.
Complete thread -- or... maybe... that wasn't the *real* OP? Spot on... rehash... end of story.
Complete thread -- Nah, you're cool, lb. You're one of us.
Complete thread -- Nah, you're cool, lb. You're one of us.
Complete thread -- It appears that Poison Control didn't recommend Acetadote. What part don't you understand?
Complete thread -- ignore me - gimma the umbrella. :)
Complete thread -- oh geez...Now not only is the WB gang wrong, but the OP is too?? Your
Complete thread -- Nobody missed that part at all. We were guessing what it was that they did not recommend,
Complete thread -- See, pay attention to details. Bottom line, OP did not pay attention to details AGAIN
Complete thread -- oops...did not
Complete thread -- how do you explain the text where it says "It was definitely Acetadote. - mt (OP)"??
Complete thread -- you taco & others need to pay attention to "details"
Complete thread -- Exactly what I hear, roo, roux. (many times too).
Complete thread -- sounds like roo, rou ...sheesh I have listened too many times.
Complete thread -- Can you get what he says after oriented, poi? That is bugging me.
Complete thread -- I (now) hear that too, thanks vlad.
Complete thread -- You are right, he is usually clear as a bell. I thought for sure I was missing
Complete thread -- "at" the long axis.
Complete thread -- I hear "oriented ___" instead of "where"?
Complete thread -- boy, he sounds like he's going to be easy, but danged if I can get it.
Complete thread -- Thank you! It was definitely Acetadote.
Complete thread -- Example of Darlene resorting to personal atttack
Complete thread -- Right, they did NOT recommend Acetadote. Next?
Complete thread -- Okay, you're right. It is because she really believes she's helpful, as shown by her
Complete thread -- Please, nm. The question was s/l asseedido and vlad gave the correct answer, Acetadote.
Complete thread -- I don't get it either...but don't let it stop you from coming here!
Complete thread -- oh really VLAD, question was "they did NOT recommend" sm
Complete thread -- A 3 cm incision was made directly over the central portion of the mass ...
Complete thread -- Don't think the OP is returning to validate. It's not that important anyway. I just don't
Complete thread -- ☝ This is definitely the answer. Aseedido=Acetadote. I have no doubt about it.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I agree - NAC anecdote - see link for google results
Complete thread -- Who cares what they might have used (if anything) instead? That wasn't the question.
Complete thread -- "maybe" since dose mentioned is considered "low" that poison conttrol, did not sm
Complete thread -- what is the sentence after s/l asseedido
Complete thread -- Try Acetadote (acetylcysteine injection).
Complete thread -- They used to give acetylcysteine or N-acetylcysteine (NAC).
Complete thread -- antidote for Tylenol OD see msg.
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- Disregard. See ikdalm's answer above.
Complete thread -- Good find, ikdalm. I think you've nailed it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- cervical paraspinalS, btw
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Bilateral C4-C5 and C5-C6 cervical face ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "thumping" ?? what's the procedure?
Complete thread -- I don't hear snapping.
Complete thread -- can it be "snapping"?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I am not being general...he literally says "something"...a phrase which is usable
Complete thread -- something of the cervical paraspinals (plural)
Complete thread -- Once the NeuroTherm catheters were in the correct position, the machin ...
Complete thread -- "a PUD" s.l so not likely it
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- thought PUD but that's peptic ulcer disease
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- The patient was seen yesterday in clinic having sustained a laceration ...
Complete thread -- me
Complete thread -- groan!!!, looks like that EOPTS was the moniker for pete sakes
Complete thread -- It is "your choice to be on WB all day t" ".but I'd rather not spend all day"
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after length
Complete thread -- felon formation in addition to the..
Complete thread -- help with hip component, not sure about my commas sm plse
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- yeah, there's something else (if you had "felon" already, you should have said so)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ok, thought so on that but there is something else i thought in there
Complete thread -- radial paronychial
Complete thread -- also, he is saying "pulp" not "palm"
Complete thread -- felon (he spells it ... f as in frank - e - l - o - n - felon)
Complete thread -- oh geez - I see it is finger.
Complete thread -- what part of the body?
Complete thread -- consistent with probable _______ in addition
Complete thread -- along the _______ region reveals
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- not sure, but he said retracted downward(s)
Complete thread -- i'm not sure but don't hear "lobe" in there at all.
Complete thread -- preserved at 45 mm _____ lobe was used
Complete thread -- , the _____ were taken down away from
Complete thread -- Occidental College, not in Colorado though.
Complete thread -- college in CO s/l ox a nol
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- typo...sounds something like (not line)
Complete thread -- sounds something line "desireable. At the conclusion of the procedure"
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Seems reasonable IMO
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. There ws supple tissue around the lacerations.
Complete thread -- Your WAV is not there.
Complete thread -- along with a 0.5 cm bridge of *supple* tissue were entirely
Complete thread -- right tab, white tab, ??? sorry, I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Can you check again?
Complete thread -- rotation, which was __________ the procedure
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nothing there yet..
Complete thread -- shift of the tissue, the __________ was removed
Complete thread -- through the spear. the spear drill removed. (what I hear)
Complete thread -- drilled through the __________ removed
Complete thread -- And yet all the other "juxta" combos are with no hyphens (regardless
Complete thread -- I note that Dorland''s online shows it juxta-articular
Complete thread -- I found one radiography description of "deep osteopenia" ...so wonder if
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- sorry, juxtaarticular (one word)..bad cut/paste
Complete thread -- juxta articular osteopenia
Complete thread -- Pain in right hand and right small finger. Patient is in his 80s.
Complete thread -- Got it...isoechoic. I had listened to hypoechoic.
Complete thread -- but there is an _____echoic mass-like structure along the wall of the gallbladder
Complete thread -- EOTS? What does Electro-Optical Targeting System have to do with it?
Complete thread -- if sounded like something else, it should have been flagged or blanked
Complete thread -- Thank you, nm. I am settling with frame, feeling comfortable now.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for that!
Complete thread -- I guess not... I did search a bit more and found support for "frame"
Complete thread -- agree frame- i k d a l m (as in body frame) I was researching/reading, but no more time
Complete thread -- Perhaps his mind was on a 'train'. I mixed up words a lot myself.
Complete thread -- That would not make sense then, right???
Complete thread -- I'd put it under GU or Pelvic.
Complete thread -- I thought it sounded like "train" as well.
Complete thread -- hmm, well, if "said" abdominal exam, I guess that is where he wants it sm
Complete thread -- Thank you for your comprehensive answer. To me he sure sounds like he is saying 'train.'
Complete thread -- frame ?
Complete thread -- Progress note after delivery. He dictates it under the abdominal exam.
Complete thread -- Brazilian butt lift
Complete thread -- I'm not sure of what text working with. New childbirth delivery? or sm
Complete thread -- Would you place lochia discharge under GU in a PE?
Complete thread -- good one oasis
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (no "free")
Complete thread -- chorda tympani
Complete thread -- inflammatory debris
Complete thread -- adhesive infectious __________ free surrounding
Complete thread -- The *core tip ton* nerve was visualized and preserved.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Also, "facial composite, OptiBond etch, A2 Tetric EvoCeram composite.
Complete thread -- Tetric EvoCeram
Complete thread -- OptiBond A2 ____ composite
Complete thread -- composite, #H OptiBond A2 _____ composite
Complete thread -- Couldn't get #1
Complete thread -- "withdrawn the 2 electrodes" doesn't make sense..could he be saying withdrawing?
Complete thread -- #2 the electrode either left or
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: S/b connective tissue (not connected)
Complete thread -- flagged. bad dictator.
Complete thread -- I had taken 2 Nevro stimulating epidural electrodes. They passed easi ...
Complete thread -- really not sure eitehr
Complete thread -- i also wondered aobut that but i am not convinced?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying Alpro? As in Alpro Forte (alprazolam)?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. Aspirin 81 mg 2. ____ 3. Humalog 4. Metformin. 5. Omep ...
Complete thread -- ? lift this with her weight. Medial and collateral ligaments were intact.
Complete thread -- The patient understands these and has decided to proceed with the surg ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing "permitted"
Complete thread -- Does that make sense with your context?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "plummeted"
Complete thread -- At the end of this, the fourth quadrant <____> posteriorly int ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- two remaining
Complete thread -- The very dense nucleus was then grooved with phacoemulsification. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He may be saying "a count-fingers level" or just "to count-fingers level"..you decide
Complete thread -- count-fingers
Complete thread -- The risks include bleeding, infection, loss of vision, and pain; altho ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- Might be retrochorial (I find reference to retrochorial hematoma...so
Complete thread -- 3rd paragraph...about AS-OCT
Complete thread -- He might be saying anterior segment OCT...(see article link...
Complete thread -- Subchorionic hemorrhage was 15 mm x 6 mm x 8 mm, s/l retro-cor-ee-al hemorrhage. TIA!
Complete thread -- He has the following ocular injuries, Descemet’s membrane corneal rupt ...
Complete thread -- ty to both helpers.
Complete thread -- also I think he says "a" (not the)
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "of the inner wall of Schlemm's canal" (here's a
Complete thread -- or sphincterotome, check spelling
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- sphinctertome
Complete thread -- oops...here's link for part of it.
Complete thread -- I think I'm hearing somewhere in the blank "inner wall" , but not
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I'm still listening, but s/b then (not and) clockwise
Complete thread -- The cautery was turned on at a power of 0.8 watts. The ablation of th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "percutaneously placed"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. is he saying "percutaneously" placed? or "percutaneous lead" placed?
Complete thread -- Yes. I was able to confirm paddle electrode
Complete thread -- I think I hear "paddle"...let me go check
Complete thread -- TY to all helpers.
Complete thread -- Wow. Thank you very much. I have not yet sent the report.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Malfunctioning epidural stimulator leads. ...
Complete thread -- Bingo!
Complete thread -- sounds like *seek*
Complete thread -- _______ food intolerance such as
Complete thread -- me too. I will just flag this one. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I can't get it...not even sure about ***food entering***
Complete thread -- mp3 help. EGD report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thickened soft tissue
Complete thread -- Once this was completed, it was noted that there was a large amount of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- to remove the offending deviated septum
Complete thread -- offending
Complete thread -- Once the septum had been separated from the cartilage on both sides, s ...
Complete thread -- Did you mean you think the plural form is spelled the same as the singular? "I doubt they
Complete thread -- yes, change the i to e.
Complete thread -- I'd go with adheslolysis (cutting of adhesions) I doubt they count how many (plural)
Complete thread -- It makes sense the way it is (the patient will monitor herself).
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- left a word out? suggested she "BE" monitor(ed) to see how
Complete thread -- _______ tenderness anterior to the knee and chronic?
Complete thread -- this could represent
Complete thread -- and this can represent a stress fracture or nondisplaced
Complete thread -- I hear which is mild, obesity ___?___"stasis" (might be in there)
Complete thread -- femoral metaphysis ________ displaced occult
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- examination there is _________ knee, chronic edema
Complete thread -- obesity and _______?
Complete thread -- which is mild, ________ in both of the lower
Complete thread -- nonseptic
Complete thread -- elbow aspiration
Complete thread -- hey...may be right.
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- ?? Fibroid Quality of Life Questionairre
Complete thread -- I was just coming back to say that. I listened & googled, and there are so many things
Complete thread -- proper?
Complete thread -- I have had her fill out a ___ quality of life questionnaire ignoring those that relat
Complete thread -- thanks, for the help, pretty sure doc is saying arrow
Complete thread -- or maybe it is area? I'm giving up now.
Complete thread -- Maybe arrow is OK - if you google images for pyelogram arrow, they do put arrows...
Complete thread -- "contrast column" makes sense, but I don't know about arrow. Can you post a wav for us?
Complete thread -- think it might be "contrast column arrow" make sense?
Complete thread -- requested help (with)?
Complete thread -- s/l "contrast column-air" sm pls
Complete thread -- he must just be stumbling! Thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- ditto - danged if I can find alp either, and "out fogging" is my best wag.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I can find stuff on fogging for diplopia but danged if I can find "alp" or anything that
Complete thread -- Syosset Hospital
Complete thread -- He has requested "alp-fogging" of his lens OS to diminish the diplopia symptoms.
Complete thread -- that was performed on January 22, 2016, at ____ Hospital. Located in NY
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I'll download it and try it. I just meant those dumb pop-ups every time I
Complete thread -- I was just answering the question of how to make lysis plural. I really
Complete thread -- I have both Firefox and IE explorer on my computer, but use Firefox just
Complete thread -- I've never actually questioned it and always use adhesiolysis or lysis.
Complete thread -- though I guess an instance like this would qualify (sm). still curious about your context,
Complete thread -- NM, guess it was started by Apple employees.
Complete thread -- could you supply some context? I've never done "lyses of adhesions,"
Complete thread -- The only reason I upgraded is that I was forced to. They were saying IE10 would no longer
Complete thread -- ☂ - ☂ (looks like giggle misplaced her umbrellas)
Complete thread -- yes, plural of lysis=lyses
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- many have switched to firefox for that reason (including me)
Complete thread -- I'd use it - same thing (just like EG junction vs GE junction - either way)
Complete thread -- adhesiolysis plural? How do I make it plural? Is it adhesiolyses?
Complete thread -- IE 11 doesn't allow viewing of inside messages w/o clicking?
Complete thread -- Wheeless' show only carpometacarpal
Complete thread -- usually they say carpometacarpal
Complete thread -- metacarpocarpal joint? Use it- some hits on Google
Complete thread -- ☂ - ☂
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- loculations were
Complete thread -- Thank you, he just swallowed that so fast... ...
Complete thread -- drug interactions?
Complete thread -- We discussed the possible use of antibiotics. Because of her current ...
Complete thread -- explored digitally _______ broken down
Complete thread -- Yes and nothing helps. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- split ?
Complete thread -- The irrigation and aspiration was used to remove remaining viscoelasti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- RK = radial keratotomy
Complete thread -- This was made peripherally at the limbus to try to avoid the corneal i ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Time for me to leave before the clock strikes midnight and my finery turns to rags ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I know it's something simple, but I can't get #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #3 in the patient
Complete thread -- #1 failing
Complete thread -- His trabeculectomy which was performed previously is now scarred and & ...
Complete thread -- oops, just realized that was answered long ago - I'm slow today
Complete thread -- #3 inhibition
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Last blank..."the thumb seemed to be moving free" is what I now hear
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Be aware there are some grammar issues, but since his meaning is clear Í
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- inhibition
Complete thread -- #2 I hear something like "the ____ was moving free"
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "other significant"
Complete thread -- The FPL tendon was then elevated at the wound and there was swelling w ...
Complete thread -- I also find a theraball crunch exercise in a physiotherapy book where
Complete thread -- Isn't Valsalva for heart exam check it out
Complete thread -- agree. verbatim as possible for my accounts, so I'd go with thera ball or thera-ball.
Complete thread -- ? Phospho soda Over the counter saline laxative (FDA warns can caused renal failure)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info billybob.
Complete thread -- but they can if you click on the TSDR button and link to that page, SM
Complete thread -- still isn't what is described with the trademark name. I really think
Complete thread -- This link shows also larger balls under Theraball.
Complete thread -- I also hear Theraball, just don't think "gel-filled hand exerciser" as
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info poi.
Complete thread -- gel-filled hand exerciser?? note to Q: Trademark site links don't work.
Complete thread -- never mind me, I'm seeing TheraBall as well. I wasn't awake enough to read properly
Complete thread -- Here's the trademark site listing for THERABALL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I'm seeing Thera-Band exercise balls
Complete thread -- I find a TheraBall trademark (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient will be referred to pain management for consideration for ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #2 supine
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 supine
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 semi-straight leg
Complete thread -- Nerve Tension Test: The patient had negative <____> straight ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- skin only
Complete thread -- Lumbar Spine Examination Inspection: There are no swellings or deform ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 It is reproduced by bending, prolonged sitting... #2 She notes some improvement
Complete thread -- There is no radiation of this pain. It is described as being varying ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- had the onset of
Complete thread -- She then had to push the door off of herself. Following this, the pat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- dazing
Complete thread -- dazing her
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Apparently, the side sliding door of the van was not secure. She got ...
Complete thread -- link - make sure it fits the location
Complete thread -- California Institution for Men. I would not cap material store supervisor
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- who reports sustaining an
Complete thread -- This patient is a 41-year-old female <____> injury to her lowe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- State Compensation Insurance
Complete thread -- RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA (may be)
Complete thread -- INSURANCE COMPANY: <____>Insurance. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I did listen to this one the first go time but I found what I was
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would type issues/problems.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 73-year-old male with multiple orthopedic problems, f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with vigorous pulling
Complete thread -- Once we had done this and mobilized the cuff using Freer liberator, we ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and just one
Complete thread -- We then placed a whipstitch around the biceps tendon, cut it from the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- had right leg ? area prepped, had the knee aspirated (of) about...
Complete thread -- Once appropriate consents were obtained, all clearances were obtained, ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 73-year-old male with multiple orthopedic problems, f ...
Complete thread -- Yeah, not in history at all. I will flag as I think the rest of the medication letters are
Complete thread -- Oh, I see that is not in his problem list, though.
Complete thread -- Indicated for the control of hyperphosphatemia in end stage renal failure
Complete thread -- PhosLo?
Complete thread -- Oh, you are so welcome! That word has tripped me up in the past as well!
Complete thread -- Medication name s/l phospho.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis
Complete thread -- Usually the fascia is dissected around the median nerve or the carpal canal?
Complete thread -- Oh, yes, I see that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The median nerve was "separated" longitudinally from surrounding tissue.
Complete thread -- Dissect: To cut apart OR separate body tissues or parts for study.
Complete thread -- I don't see anything wrong. What are you questioning?
Complete thread -- Pls. see 3rd sentence down...median nerve was dissected.... Should I flag? Thanks
Complete thread -- right. The patient was placed/laid on the table.
Complete thread -- Yep - I remember that one too.
Complete thread -- No, because the patient is the direct object, not the subject... or something like that.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I actually think it could be either way depending how you look at it.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- right - at least I'm pretty sure you're right.
Complete thread -- He was brought down to the OR and laid on the table. Laid, right (not lay)?
Complete thread -- yep - we've heard this guy before (Jan 15th). Seems like his standard plan - can you see.
Complete thread -- milieu ... psychopharmacology... (those are the only 2 words I can make out)
Complete thread -- MITP. Labs ______. One-on-one counseling with the family
Complete thread -- old knock-knock joke ending "orange you glad I didn't say banana"
Complete thread -- THank you!!
Complete thread -- another link from google that gives some info
Complete thread -- here's a link, but still isn't giving a lot of info:
Complete thread -- googling Pope nasal packing or even nose packs brings some up, and I know
Complete thread -- Two s/l*pope* packs were cut down to approximately 5 cm were placed on each side
Complete thread -- Me either, but sure seems like it fits.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Valsalva (maneuver)?
Complete thread -- thigh pain
Complete thread -- Never heard of it personally, just found in Stedman's Equipment Words and sounded close.
Complete thread -- oooh, I like this one.
Complete thread -- using quotes with a wildcard (*) is a good search strategy for these kinds of questions.
Complete thread -- Machida?
Complete thread -- WAG - Jako??
Complete thread -- Okay, no problem
Complete thread -- No, I definitely hear "G", but thank you for your suggestion :)
Complete thread -- Long shot, but Dedo?
Complete thread -- don't think I want to wear one of THOSE jumpsuits.
Complete thread -- I Googled also, but I am not a good researcher at all and therefore had no hits. Thanks,
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- A *gee-ta * laryngoscope was inserted into the oral cavity
Complete thread -- femtosecond
Complete thread -- Article indicates it is femtosecond laser (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient was positioned beneath the s/l fimta-second laser for corneal relaxing
Complete thread -- well, it is the "new black"
Complete thread -- I love orange too, was dying to know the answer. to lesser degree
Complete thread -- Ha - orange you funny.
Complete thread -- Orange you gonna let us know what it was when you find out?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- gave up and sent in a blank ...
Complete thread -- aha! That is it! Routine post-anesthetic observation.. Yay! Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think I hear "routine post" in the blank.
Complete thread -- Postoperatively, ** will have ___ anesthetic observations, analgesia and DVT prophyla
Complete thread -- (sorry I took so long, I took a half hour break from the WB to do my own work)
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Wow. Finally someone. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- yes, protrusion (isgal beat me to it)
Complete thread -- protrusion
Complete thread -- I can't hear the MP3, but I do believe you that she says "conscience."
Complete thread -- maybe "an" Allevyn
Complete thread -- The umbilical hernia consisted of fatty ___ through the umbilicus.
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- Pediatrics
Complete thread -- not at all sure if this fits for carpal tunnel release, but maybe he's saying Allevyn?
Complete thread -- ____Allevyn?
Complete thread -- Allevyn
Complete thread -- neither - I think it is a bone "tamp"
Complete thread -- only she knows her account well enough to decide that.
Complete thread -- Dressing included___ soft band and crepe. Pt had a carpal tunnel release.
Complete thread -- (whether or not you should use that is your call)
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks again.
Complete thread -- I agree that he is definitely saying "conscience."
Complete thread -- I just read all the posts regarding my inquiry. I posted the mp3 now, still thinking
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- performed in a tangential fashion with *goollion* #10 blades as well as uterine curet
Complete thread -- I would think he meant to say left in the 2nd sentence, but I would flag that since I
Complete thread -- Is it a tab or tap to manipulate bone? Thanks.
Complete thread -- pat with left SI pain. Doesn't sound like correcting (?)
Complete thread -- yep, and I need to leave the building as well... I'm falling behind!
Complete thread -- hahaha! It does look like that!
Complete thread -- me thinks the OP might have already left the building
Complete thread -- I'm glad to hear that! (I didn't really think it was, but good to know anyway)
Complete thread -- not arguing either - and I deferred to you below :)
Complete thread -- I don't know how true it is, but that's very kind of you to say, isgal.
Complete thread -- ok, just to let you know your post wasn't there when I sent link (not in my feed). Motive
Complete thread -- got me giggling - upper nasal dorsum contained a taco. LOL
Complete thread -- nah, I was just going by what the link said. I'm no smarter than anyone here.
Complete thread -- Not my report and I really don't want to argue about it. I was just giving my opinion.
Complete thread -- ftr - that umbrella was definitely not from me!
Complete thread -- I respectfully defer to LB and taco since they've both proven to be much smarter than me
Complete thread -- that link says both opinions - anyone there can write what they want. Seems there are
Complete thread -- I just pointed out that it DID - I didn't say anything about your motive for posting it.
Complete thread -- did I say it didn't? not posted to prove or disprove anyone's answer.
Complete thread -- you can giggle - but (as much as I hate to say it) I "stand pat."
Complete thread -- yea, that.
Complete thread -- according to the link (linky) whoever posted it below, you may be correct.
Complete thread -- that link suggests my answer (countenance) is correct (versus "conscience")
Complete thread -- - ☂ no does not fit
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- you sure it is not "I cannot countenance" ? That word fits better, imo.
Complete thread -- I just found one hit on Google similar to what I have here. THanks for confirming, isgal
Complete thread -- Yes. Conscience is officially a noun, but it's commonly used as a verb, so I think it's
Complete thread -- elevated risk of recurrent cancer, one that I cannot 'conscience.' Is this correct?
Complete thread -- contained a
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- future revision of surgery _______. She understood and wished
Complete thread -- upper nasal dorsum ________ transversely oriented
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- disgruntled
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- never mind, more blanks anyway. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- with tumor adenoma ______ constellation in this gentleman. (con ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- and it was nicely down to the bone? and no caps on self-punching
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I then passed all 4 suture limbs through the SwiveLock and then impact ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the tip!
Complete thread -- This will give me excellent tissue to pull everything
Complete thread -- No, I don't think so.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- At this point, I placed another limb; however, it was in the middle of ...
Complete thread -- debrided the edges of this and performed a subacromial....tissue was flat??
Complete thread -- I noticed he had a large osteophytic anterior acromion. I then debrid ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-). SP caps in that?
Complete thread -- good job on that. I heard the self part, but couldn't get the rest
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Self-Punching SwiveLock
Complete thread -- it adhesed to the biceps
Complete thread -- I also noticed at this point he had the upper half of the subscapulari ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The spine surgeon did not...it was actually from his shoulder.
Complete thread -- He still had a very weak shoulder. He had a positive MRI showing a ro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ________ SwiveLock®
Complete thread -- COMPLICATIONS: None. IMPLANTS USED: Arthrex 5.5 mm <____ ...
Complete thread -- something that might help, I googled anterior cervical spine anatomy
Complete thread -- TYSM! New to the surgery world!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- will become
Complete thread -- longus colli
Complete thread -- Esophageal stricture status post dilation. Rule out carcinoma. Conti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- esophagus, a Bochdalek hernia (?) Proximal to the stricture was seen extensive
Complete thread -- elevating the longest s/l coal-ee bilaterallywe were then able to TIA!
Complete thread -- Stricture was noted at the distal esophagus and <____> large i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dilatation
Complete thread -- The colon was examined 3 times back and forth ?
Complete thread -- This is a 62-year-old female with recurrent esophageal stricture, prev ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "The colon was ______"
Complete thread -- mp3 help. colonoscopy report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Forced duction testing
Complete thread -- He was brought to the operating suite where in a supine position under ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- prismatic glasses
Complete thread -- This patient with history of previous brain injury related to his long ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sm for what I could get of that. Sorry, can't spend any more time on it.
Complete thread -- During the phacoemulsification procedure, a small temporal subconjunct ...
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. He is Indian.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 3 sets of the?
Complete thread -- The patient was identified in the preoperative holding area where the ...
Complete thread -- sorry - I tried that one earlier and couldn't get it and gave it another shot now and I
Complete thread -- reposted the one below if you want to solve that one for me too :)
Complete thread -- thanks taco
Complete thread -- sulfamethoxazole, trimethoprim (the combination of those=Bactrim)
Complete thread -- Include Keflex, sulfa, __________, trimethoprim.
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks to those who tried
Complete thread -- avoidance of driving and caution while operating any ________ machinery or hard
Complete thread -- You are such a bully! NM has 120 years of experience with righting - UR just jealous.
Complete thread -- I Googled but for some reason could not verify.
Complete thread -- you're not going to left it down?
Complete thread -- my doctors must be oldtimers too. all say Administration.
Complete thread -- ahhh, I see said the blind man who picked up his hammer and saw.
Complete thread -- Either odd or ahh distribution.
Complete thread -- yep, that's what it means, but I think it is "code" vs "cold".
Complete thread -- code chill (it means therapeutic hypothermia)
Complete thread -- Googling cold chill protocol, I'd say it is okay. cooling down the body helps save brain
Complete thread -- admitted to ICU, possible **cold chill protocol** for potential neurologic recovery
Complete thread -- I actually don't hear anything there, other than due to distribution...
Complete thread -- odd?
Complete thread -- have save problem
Complete thread -- never mind - I guess it's just the time of day! :) 2:15
Complete thread -- I tried, but I don't think there's any way anyone can hear that
Complete thread -- . She started noticing a bulge about 3-4 weeks ago. Initially, she t ...
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- dictates as "two fifteen" - I'm finding some hits about hysteresis and times, so "2 15"?
Complete thread -- Applanated pressure at "215" was 15 in the right eye and 16 in the left eye.
Complete thread -- Me too. Tried to hear paucity, but noooo. Maybe "volume" in there but can't get the p-word
Complete thread -- I sorta hear possible/possibly ____ ? Don't hear paucity. sorry...I'm NO help on this.
Complete thread -- Speech was minimally verbal, _______ and soft spoken, sometimes relevant
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack
Complete thread -- Who looks like a fool, it is you poi. Bully mentality and want attention.
Complete thread -- I was just curious who (rightfully) placed the umbrella. don't normally go snooping.
Complete thread -- can't say I hear her repeat occurs, but it's not the clearest audio
Complete thread -- It was my bad - she does repeat "prefers" but I think she also repeats "occurs".
Complete thread -- sometimes those random moniker searches give me weird results too...
Complete thread -- I listened again and still think I hear her repeating prefers but not so clear.
Complete thread -- oh, no, I'm getting it now - what I heard as "first" is really "prefer".
Complete thread -- oh - I kinda hear that now, but doesn't she say "this occur...the first surgery occur at"?
Complete thread -- there are maybe 4 posts on that list that are mine so I think something's not right there
Complete thread -- mpkjlm search results say otherwise but perhaps that search system not
Complete thread -- I think she says "prefers this occur...prefers the surgery at" - she corrects herself
Complete thread -- I guess I was wrong, but I really *thought* I heard "this occur... (something)"
Complete thread -- prefers that this occur at _____ (first? associate?)
Complete thread -- ahh, yes, I hear it now! Thank you isgal!
Complete thread -- the surgery???
Complete thread -- commitments in the Paediatric Diabetes Department at Monash, she prefers ___ at Cabri
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I agree - I didnt answer since I had no answer.
Complete thread -- well, that was a guess, since I did her "hesion" there.
Complete thread -- adhesion of omentum
Complete thread -- I think you're right. ON would make mroe sense to me, but I have no ideas other than flag
Complete thread -- Not sure if 'off' makes sense since Eliquis causes bleeding?
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- corresponds to the ultrasound finding which reports ___ of omentum and bowel loop.
Complete thread -- Good, I'm glad you got it.
Complete thread -- I had that in mind until I found this
Complete thread -- oh - my mistake!
Complete thread -- can you hear "about a quarter of the width in the lateral plane" ?
Complete thread -- knee x-ray tibia fracture
Complete thread -- compare your *phrase* to the OP post again...and you will see who looks like a fool
Complete thread -- hold on, I'll check and see if it's there...........nope,
Complete thread -- same thing here.
Complete thread -- me too - I didn't post on that thread at all so I'm not sure what you're asking
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attacks
Complete thread -- I posted yesterday where it was, but my post got deleted.
Complete thread -- can't fool all of the people, all of the time. Not fooling me at all.
Complete thread -- where's the like button
Complete thread -- You posters look like "fools" The "exact" MP3 phrase & blank was listed sm
Complete thread -- In my case, I didn't answer because I didn't know the answer.
Complete thread -- ah ha, new one for me, lemme right that one down. thanks
Complete thread -- late & wav gone, might be orbital fat. the orbicularis oculi muscle "orbital" fat
Complete thread -- too bad no one else wants to answer it, apparently.
Complete thread -- you need professional help, get yourself fixed
Complete thread -- Thanks, lb. I decided not to after all - I think most people know what it means.
Complete thread -- nah, most seem to be too busy arguing on other posts today.
Complete thread -- When I worked at the local, it was Veterans Administration (no apostrophe
Complete thread -- Agree, go as dictated, if used to this dictator and it "clear"
Complete thread -- just for info-- The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is a
Complete thread -- Actually, I wouldnt expand it.
Complete thread -- maybe you can explain posting all that crap? How does it help with the
Complete thread -- what part of "please disregard" did you not understand?
Complete thread -- Here we go again with the bully crap issues. Stop ruining the WB
Complete thread -- tip for next time, break down the terms-- lymph and hemarthrosis sm
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂ - what a lot of unhelpful info! It's just a capitalization question!
Complete thread -- oops! - my own post is misplaced garbage - this goes above!
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂ - what a lot of unhelpful info! It's just a capitalization question!
Complete thread -- the doc dictates that it is her "MO" to fall backwards - would you expand to
Complete thread -- found this might be (?) Matching Program Information and Match Statistics sm
Complete thread -- one more ... the advanced search from the VA site.
Complete thread -- ooh you were the op on age of pt post? thought you were a helper.
Complete thread -- to confuse things a little more ...
Complete thread -- interesting. I've only ever seen "Veteran's Administration" in my company's
Complete thread -- I'm not sure though, wait for others if you can.
Complete thread -- Main Residency Match, but don't think match alone would be.
Complete thread -- Please disregard. I am going to just type it.
Complete thread -- He also applied for neurosurgery residencies through the Match.
Complete thread -- It was just a pacemaker placement. No other diagnostics were done
Complete thread -- shucks no one wants to argue it?
Complete thread -- lymphohemarthrosis
Complete thread -- Pretty sure guy is gone for the day by now anyway, so it doesn't really matter
Complete thread -- usually as in what I hear and may differ depending on region sm
Complete thread -- you're right.
Complete thread -- I wasn't suggesting changing it either. This is from the VA website though:
Complete thread -- meant I hear both but usually Administration and don't change it.
Complete thread -- not true. unless recently changed.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂
Complete thread -- He says, "He is a VA-veterans administrations patient." (except that VA usually stands for
Complete thread -- neither was "coronary fistula noted"
Complete thread -- This is a gentleman who is sent to me by Tricare. He is a VA <___ ...
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- Adequate hemostasis was obtained. The skin was re-draped and then abo ...
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he took anti-inflammatories. does it help? inflammatory or something?
Complete thread -- ___ periurethral induration.
Complete thread -- GENITALIA: The penis is <____>. The left testicle is somewha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will send it with two blanks less.
Complete thread -- Kessler–Tajima stitch.
Complete thread -- Another 3-0 Supramid suture was placed as a core stitch using a modifi ...
Complete thread -- The portions of the cruciate pulleys at the PIP joint were retained an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- if you open the OP post it shows hemodynamically significant..which was not in question
Complete thread -- and found
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Past medical history is unremarkable <____> elsewhere in the c ...
Complete thread -- I relistened, did say tem pull) but I do like temporal better.
Complete thread -- sm (not positive on the word "anything" tho
Complete thread -- temporal u mean?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- from superior temple aspect of the left eye
Complete thread -- The corneal portion of the pterygium was excised using Westcott scisso ...
Complete thread -- Congrats POI! Great news. :-)
Complete thread -- thanks Q. This will be my second but still really excited!
Complete thread -- Maybe it's because I didn't go far back enough for you to hear well, but she's definitely
Complete thread -- which I used a ? mark for, meaning I'm not sure. but I do think so, actually.
Complete thread -- before very trivial. "it appears to be very trivial" ?
Complete thread -- Thanks! Where do you hear "appears to be"? I listened about 15 times and don't hear that
Complete thread -- Congrats grandma to be!
Complete thread -- (appears to be?) very trivial ... a benign variant.
Complete thread -- He does have a coronary fistula noted, but it is very trivial and is not
Complete thread -- sorry I created confusion guy...was just typing what I heard when
Complete thread -- oops, yep, agree with poi, were *then*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- From the picture of the Arthrex tenodesis screw at their
Complete thread -- also m confused here a little
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- shouldn't it be an for vowel?
Complete thread -- through *a* Arthrex tenodesis screw
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- through A
Complete thread -- for the tendon were then
Complete thread -- for the tendon were
Complete thread -- The periosteum was then cleaned where we decided to place the tunnel a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- plans to tenodese it
Complete thread -- The biceps tendon showed a lot of degenerative type tearing about 1 cm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. so it is like this:
Complete thread -- closed the wound as per previous description
Complete thread -- We copiously irrigated with bacitracin as well as normal saline and cl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "his bone was quite sturdy and stiff"
Complete thread -- Prior to this once we dissected down bluntly using my finger on a hemo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There is still some stiffness ... pin site (sites?) ?
Complete thread -- moving on now, thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Retained hardware, painful left elbow, and ar ...
Complete thread -- The patient is an 11-year-old male who had a previous medial condylar ...
Complete thread -- found possibility of Luque in archives (see link)
Complete thread -- decorticated with a ___ rongeur and then bone was packed (more ...
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, but TJMO
Complete thread -- Got that! Learned something new. Would you guys offset that with commas?
Complete thread -- the phrase is "on balance" ...means like "on the other hand"
Complete thread -- "on balance" - it's an idiom meaning weighing the risks and benefits - see link
Complete thread -- "on balance" - it's an idiom meaning weighing the risks and benefits - see link
Complete thread -- but s/l 'on balance or unbalanced' I think the risks of a complication from....
Complete thread -- You're right. It is Kelly clamps. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I hear Kelly clamps or some other kind of clamps but not knives.
Complete thread -- _____ knives were used to reflect the pterygium stump off the cornea.
Complete thread -- found it, Tikosyn
Complete thread -- med in med list - various med probs, s/l tik a sign,
Complete thread -- could second one be "interdigital" neuritis?
Complete thread -- As said before, the OP already flagged it. Can ya'll stop arguing?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- see google hits which seem to support interspace
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Can't say I understand what is being said, but would use interspace as a starting
Complete thread -- I find zero google hits for exact phrase "end vibratory sensation" and taco's
Complete thread -- I figured he is mispronouncing. I just wanted to suggest the right medication before
Complete thread -- tough doc dictating
Complete thread -- I would say "and"- decrease in 2 things: 2-point (discrimination) and vibratory sensation.
Complete thread -- Don't wanna guess, but I'd go with end-vibratory? They usually say
Complete thread -- Patient has several pain medications listed (Norco, morphine and
Complete thread -- I'd say he's pronouncing it wrong and it is zolpidem, but you can flag it if you're really
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- xxxtrollalertxxxx
Complete thread -- Medication s/l zol-pih-dine. I can only find Zolpidem that is close to it. Any other
Complete thread -- up your ass.
Complete thread -- lkr. where's the
Complete thread -- oh
Complete thread -- no but thank you, I wish he would slow down, I don't want the blank anymore than he does
Complete thread -- semi-oblique?
Complete thread -- That wasn't what was said. Reading comprehension problem there?
Complete thread -- radical nephrectomy, two blanks, sm please
Complete thread -- And those 5 people could have still been wrong. If ever even a teensy doubt
Complete thread -- fluff to t
Complete thread -- I just cut and paste...I should have corrected spelling as someone had already pointed out
Complete thread -- thanks for that. ta-ta
Complete thread -- I think you meant to type
Complete thread -- Carbidopa-levodopa might also help with restless legs, but I'd flag those..never guess on
Complete thread -- all semicolons except..;damage to teeth, lip, throat, mouth, toungue;
Complete thread -- In the Find Box type in ...leaning....that will take you to the description of possible
Complete thread -- This link indicates patient 3 positions possible (depending on
Complete thread -- Post wasn't necessary.
Complete thread -- #3 might be insulin glargine. (#1 looks like carvedilol, but it's not for RLS)
Complete thread -- Thanks will go with semi all the way through.
Complete thread -- I don't know your blanks, but meloxicam is misspelled.
Complete thread -- I would flag, OR if you are able change to with the patient in supine position
Complete thread -- No opinion on dictation here but agree doctors often give the wrong age. I can't think
Complete thread -- Medication list:
Complete thread -- should I flag, "with the pt sitting in the supine position"
Complete thread -- I don't know who you're talking to or why. Are you feeling insecure?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- typo...actullay , in rereading (not I reading)
Complete thread -- Actually, I rereading, I would think
Complete thread -- Oh cripes, lets just all argue the post. OP posted she flagged, got her answer from QA,
Complete thread -- Q- the phrase damage to teeth, lip, throat, mouth, tongue, I would say this does need a
Complete thread -- rivate office QA's. is quite different from QA MTSOs where it is word-for-word, each .sm
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV or mp3?
Complete thread -- Commas all the way through....had there been a need
Complete thread -- You do office notes for your own clients? I would insist they send demographics on each
Complete thread -- If that was to me, I have no idea what you mean by that and am actually not enjoying this
Complete thread -- you're enjoying this all too much f or comfort. give it a rest
Complete thread -- As I wrote below, I only bother the doctor's office if I can't solve it any other way.
Complete thread -- thanks for understanding. I didn't think twice about posting here about it. I don't see
Complete thread -- I understand your reasoning completely, OP, and I don't blame you for posting.
Complete thread -- It was "bullying" for someone to say they didn't trust someone's answer?
Complete thread -- and I'm not sure why you think I heard multiple things. I put 52 in the report but then
Complete thread -- Right, it just isn't possible that you heard it wrong.
Complete thread -- Just because they heard it "clearly" doesn't mean they are right.
Complete thread -- If 5 people would have listened and all told me they heard the same thing, I would have
Complete thread -- Who made you the decider of what can be brought to the board?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- could be Dr error, mispoke/misread age? could be audio source better.
Complete thread -- if you heard multiple things u shouldn't have brought it to board and flagged right away
Complete thread -- as evidenced by the fact that the patient is actually 52
Complete thread -- Whoops - Thanks :)
Complete thread -- Doctor's office responded that patient is 52. Thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- looks okay to me but spellcheck toungue .
Complete thread -- My accuracy was graded at 99.9% last year, but that has nothing to do with it.
Complete thread -- How accurate R your reports, if unable to say, I heard it clearly
Complete thread -- always sowing discord
Complete thread -- Semicolons in correct position OR should all commas be semicolons?
Complete thread -- s/l "on-mutation" of ankle dorsiflexion
Complete thread -- I wouldn't trust anyone who says they heard it "clearly".
Complete thread -- Can you post more text, paragraph prior & after would help here sm
Complete thread -- thanks. :) The patient has an uncommon name, and when I looked her up in the White Pages,
Complete thread -- I heard 32, 52, and 82 on consecutive listens... just wanted to put my 2c in.
Complete thread -- H who?
Complete thread -- H heard 32 clearly
Complete thread -- thanks to you all - sounds like I should flag
Complete thread -- I heard 32.
Complete thread -- 32? 82? I can't be sure.
Complete thread -- I hear 52
Complete thread -- As you know, she is a __-year-old female (not sure I'm hearing age correctly)
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you - flagging
Complete thread -- she is hyperthyroid
Complete thread -- I dunno. Maybe "MS" therapy? For the drug - maybe Levoxyl?
Complete thread -- thanks. there's no mention of infection though and the patient has an allergy to
Complete thread -- thanks. what would that mean? also, not sure if you saw the rest of the message, but
Complete thread -- Okay, I have another report by him and he is definitely saying
Complete thread -- Amoxil (blank for drug)?
Complete thread -- No, thanks though.
Complete thread -- No, but thank you.
Complete thread -- ___ therapy (less therapy?)
Complete thread -- could the blubble part be antimicrobial?
Complete thread -- antibiotic? doesn't sound like your s/l though
Complete thread -- has been diagnosed with possible MS ____. Currently, she is only on metoprol,
Complete thread -- subcu(taneous) heparin
Complete thread -- pacemaker pocket was flushed with s/l duggle blubble solution
Complete thread -- Ancef was administered and *sub keparin* was administered
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #2 fracture hematoma (there is no "as well" after it)
Complete thread -- crimped (?) at the side
Complete thread -- which were both confirmed. _____ tie down FiberTape
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- only hearing old mp3
Complete thread -- #1 a small rongeur to remove
Complete thread -- The FiberTape was then _____ for later secretions
Complete thread -- as well as _____ fibrinous material as well as _____ as well.
Complete thread -- yes! thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I also hear "at the in-between point"
Complete thread -- he is saying something else also
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- attendant
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sm for more context
Complete thread -- I would hope that this improves with time and I have asked that she pursue a course
Complete thread -- to test as well as to inject
Complete thread -- Once in place and after negative aspiration of intravascular substance ...
Complete thread -- I think you got it
Complete thread -- She was able to accomplish this, as she was the others, without any difficyulty
Complete thread -- Of course! I always get confused there. Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- type it in the box above search archives
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. When I fill in 'durabond' in the blank bar beneath Search Archives, I am
Complete thread -- able to accomplish this, as she was the others, without..?
Complete thread -- oops ...see archives link
Complete thread -- Here's what we found in 2008
Complete thread -- Abdominal wound granuloma: Durabond glue was applied as well as a sterile dressing
Complete thread -- That's it. He has a weird way of speaking. Listening to that possibility makes total sense
Complete thread -- Nevermind, I got it...right LOWER molar area
Complete thread -- The patient does have some swelling on the right S/L thormolar or formolar area
Complete thread -- Yeah, I thought it was kind of ridiculous too, but it is considered
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- competently?
Complete thread -- do this to the other without? (I am not sure about the word *confidently*)
Complete thread -- too scratchy. sorry
Complete thread -- We did together range of motion exercises for the right hip which incl ...
Complete thread -- got it - zafirlukast
Complete thread -- tried.
Complete thread -- Aspirin, ibuprofen, doxycycline, ___________.
Complete thread -- thanks pie
Complete thread -- Positive for diabetes. ?
Complete thread -- Family History: _______________, diabetes.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Is that a question? No. A 2 cm incision would not reach from the hand to the upper arm.
Complete thread -- We type the patient's name if/when/how the provider dictates it, so that wasn't an option.
Complete thread -- are you OP trying to give more information? Do you hear *then* or *with*?
Complete thread -- Could it be incision from the hand to upper arm.
Complete thread -- clarification She was walking across___?______(then, with her left ankle
Complete thread -- Missing word ?? s/l She was walking across_________(with) her left ankle.
Complete thread -- ? probit, (the probability of)
Complete thread -- I would spell it "the patient."
Complete thread -- upper lip?
Complete thread -- I didn't see yours either
Complete thread -- I said I figured it out.
Complete thread -- sorry, my fault for not using punctuation and being in a hurry
Complete thread -- I hear it more like "probic" than "product" - not that it makes sense
Complete thread -- i entered too soon and cont. below. "he says tissue loss" COMMA and......
Complete thread -- oh never mind... I get what you're saying. You hit enter too soon.
Complete thread -- I'm saying that I don't hear him say "mucus" (you said you did?)
Complete thread -- I was continuing another thought after he says tissue loss.
Complete thread -- I hear "tissue loss in that region" just like the OP had it.
Complete thread -- mucus-producing tissue lines the mouth and nose, maybe mucus
Complete thread -- he says tissue loss and mucus-
Complete thread -- rocking? Locked?
Complete thread -- ankle injury while exercising s/l walking across her ankle (?)
Complete thread -- DID catch it ( limb/p)
Complete thread -- okay, i stand corrected.
Complete thread -- Yes, he corrects that, but it was too much to record that part as well.
Complete thread -- That's what I hear and it didn't make sense to me either.
Complete thread -- A large cyst involving the lip and nose.
Complete thread -- lol - i didnt see that. good catch.
Complete thread -- don't you mean she ambulates without a limP?
Complete thread -- i also hear "as well as extensive scarring that I suspect...(but you said he corrects)
Complete thread -- think it's correct the way it is. Forefoot metatarsals and phalanges
Complete thread -- i mean, if you end in deformities. then the next sentence doesnt make sense beginning
Complete thread -- I dont think so because the next sentence would be deformities demonstrate? I think it
Complete thread -- what kind of surgery? I hear "lid deformity" and not lip??
Complete thread -- sentences. does this make sense? Terrible dictator.
Complete thread -- I "sorta" product function, but that doesn't make sense to me. Sorry
Complete thread -- alteration of _______ function (MD corrects rest of sentence after the MP3 posted
Complete thread -- I guess it depends on your account. We're supposed to type what the doc dictates and he
Complete thread -- I would use his whole name since it matters how HE spells it, not how
Complete thread -- read the op's notation
Complete thread -- sounds like carzoid endocrinopathy, are few was raised, but
Complete thread -- thanks, I think that does make sense.
Complete thread -- patient with autoinflammatory syndrome, Sjogren's, etc.
Complete thread -- i think I hear "carcinoid or pheo"
Complete thread -- endocrinopathy ____ was raised, and to the best of my knowledge, this ...
Complete thread -- as well as the extensive scarring
Complete thread -- as well as extensive scarring
Complete thread -- Lip/nose cyst: .... tissue loss in that region, alteration of _______ function
Complete thread -- No, unless he is stumbling. Almost sounds like float, tear float
Complete thread -- WAG...pressure-flow gradient?
Complete thread -- "of...joints" is a prepositional phrase, so you ignore it in determining agreement.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I suppose I'm looking into it too much as I know 2 joints were aspirated
Complete thread -- Aspiration was positive. Was is correct.
Complete thread -- s/l keerfolt gradients were measured across this common iliac artery stenosis.
Complete thread -- subj/verb agreement help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- my google-off shows more hits for "Frederic (Ric)" than "Frederic (Rick)"
Complete thread -- If the name is "Frederic" and the doc calls him "Rick" would you spell it "Ric"?
Complete thread -- JFYI..urban dictionary does list "no biggy" as in "no big deal" (looks like both
Complete thread -- abbreviations.com shows joule and joules both with cap J...in their
Complete thread -- I think he was just messing it up...Thanks for all the help.
Complete thread -- gigglesnort
Complete thread -- NSW is New South Wales, not sure if this helps or not - see link
Complete thread -- woot! Glad you came back and got it.
Complete thread -- (POBA would make very good sense given the context of a small-caliber vessel, btw)
Complete thread -- Thank you! That is it :) nm
Complete thread -- Got your drift - don't forget she is also writing an MT book and has, like, 120 years MT
Complete thread -- Australia fax number prefix... Is NSW 612 or 613 fax prefix?
Complete thread -- eh, meant to post this above but no matter, you get
Complete thread -- but...but...but... for being an MT teacher, etc., she knows it all.
Complete thread -- love the
Complete thread -- can you hear "POBA" (for plain old balloon angioplasty) ?
Complete thread -- Pt w/LAD disease. Underwent a (s/l) *HOBA* given the small caliber of the vessel. sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂
Complete thread -- link is to her google search (hands incision along langer line)
Complete thread -- Ah, yes. Makes sense. :) Thanks!
Complete thread -- I was waiting for the low-down on Karl Langer from her when her post popped up.
Complete thread -- eyelid (that's where the meibomian glands are - per Google)
Complete thread -- Since you mention the word "biggy" - can you share some phrases containing "biggy"?
Complete thread -- There is 1+ meibomian gland dysfunction of the s/l "i-letta" oil glands
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- I just hope the OP comes back soon to acknowledge the answer.
Complete thread -- Plus, the hand isn't near the "upper" arm.
Complete thread -- Don't think the patient would have more than one left hand though. Hands definitely
Complete thread -- Oh, please don't get involved in this. Two helpers already gave a good answer.
Complete thread -- It's always a hard call when dictators misspeak, but I probably would too.
Complete thread -- Langer's lines, Langer lines of skin tension, or sometimes called cleavage lines, .
Complete thread -- Yeah, since it's in the arm, I'd probably just go with "lines of Langer" if it were me.
Complete thread -- I think so too (that's what I was trying to say in my overly windy post)
Complete thread -- I wonder if he (or she) is just mixing up terms...
Complete thread -- *means
Complete thread -- Maybe mistakenly saying Langerhans but mean's Langer's.
Complete thread -- Excision of mass. A 2 cm incision was made along the lines of Langer's s/l*hands*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 28 MO, 29 DO, 30 occlusal, 31 occlusal, all amalgams.
Complete thread -- #31 occlusal, all amalgams. Generalized moderate calculus. Caries: #4 distal, #5 distal
Complete thread -- Periapical is definitely in the last space
Complete thread -- yes-tyvm
Complete thread -- thinning?
Complete thread -- sound to me like "28 MO, 10, 9 DO"
Complete thread -- MRI impression
Complete thread -- 1 - all amalgams; 2 - 5; 3- 7; can't get 4th blank - but I though I heard "x-ray" in there
Complete thread -- all (?)
Complete thread -- occlusal, ________ amalgam
Complete thread -- Multiple ?s
Complete thread -- You got it right, lower case on "joules" Sharing info w/others, not a biggy
Complete thread -- So, it is possible that it is "sudden arrest. I cannot rule out..."
Complete thread -- Certainly a possibility...see link
Complete thread -- I kept hearing "sudden arrest, which" (corrects and says period) Arrest of peristalsis?
Complete thread -- history is more consistent with sudden _______. I cannot rule out acute gastritis
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Time to sleep, perchance to dream. Good night.
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks.
Complete thread -- That it HAD been seen on CT, but not when they went to do the procedure. It
Complete thread -- oh. thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- procedure was terminated since no stone was seen. i wonder what he is tryin to say here
Complete thread -- Apparently CT showed stone in right kidney, but when they went to treat it, it wasn't
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- right kidney
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room after being placed in su ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- seen in the mid zone of ...also doesn't it seem strange he says "No stone seen." then says
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right kidney stone. POSTOPERATIVE DI ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- **BCG**..."BCG and interferon"....(see link)
Complete thread -- Some of the fulgurated areas that were seen could be possibility of re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- For #1 I think he just says "forceps were used; several "
Complete thread -- #Long Beach Memorial Hospital
Complete thread -- We were able to visualize this and cold cup biopsy forceps was used &# ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- ??spreading that area ?close to the??
Complete thread -- spreading at the area close to the bladder neck
Complete thread -- I can't decide if part of it is "_____ further therapy" or if he's naming a specific type
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Urethral strictures. 2. Recurrence o ...
Complete thread -- We had to put a lot of pressure to be able to bring the tumors down be ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- What procedures are being discussed?
Complete thread -- ??#2 For the urethral stricture, the possibility of recurrence of ??
Complete thread -- Surgery and its risks were discussed with him in detail such as infect ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Oops...cdmcfh=Questyr
Complete thread -- He says"0.8 joules, rep rate" (meaning repetition (or pulse) rate) and, of
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy and direct vision urethrotomy with holmium laser (550 micro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would think "into the balloon."
Complete thread -- clear. Leg bag attached.
Complete thread -- Then, **10 mL of sterile water injected to balloon.** Urine was gross ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- For #1 could he be saying "and these were"
Complete thread -- The bladder showed mild radiation changes with some hypervascularity a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Oh good...I was worried it might be arc'd.
Complete thread -- Or could he be saying "very arc'd" ???
Complete thread -- I agree with both
Complete thread -- Not sure #1 ??very hard. There was a??
Complete thread -- #2 it was at least 5 mm
Complete thread -- Not sure on #2....??and all?? ...And no hyphen on 25 French as it is not being used as
Complete thread -- The severe stricture was very difficult and <____> lot of scar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "2 or 3 of the strictures were easily dilated"????
Complete thread -- The 550 micron holmium laser fiber was then placed. The incisions wer ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "In general, wants to proceed"
Complete thread -- We have even discussed possibility of urethroplasty in the future. &# ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he is saying H Z (not G). putting with space.
Complete thread -- noted. A couple of them were dilated, but one ....Also don't type
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 three strictures
Complete thread -- Are you sure about HG?
Complete thread -- I'm find Hz (not HG)...and it would be with a space (see link)
Complete thread -- He felt like he is not emptying his bladder, so we checked his postvoi ...
Complete thread -- I'm still looking.
Complete thread -- 8HG, 10HG without space?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was fogetting laser fiber.
Complete thread -- *thumbs up* this is the first time I've ever noticed an ad being used. if I had before,
Complete thread -- fiber
Complete thread -- I think it is successively...see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy and direct vision urethrotomy with use of holmium laser. T ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I understand. I shouldn't use ads because people use ad blockers. I guess
Complete thread -- 1. extensively in/and ? I can't get 2 either.
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- Now you've made me hungry. I'm going to have some turkey hotdogs. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. yeah. he makes me hungry. just had a chapati with sabzi. it was his last
Complete thread -- again, if an ad blocker is being used, then the *current* usefulness of an ad for
Complete thread -- This man gives me grief....I can't get #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear "successively ____ synovectomy"
Complete thread -- Dense thickened synovial tissue and impinging scar tissue in all 3 com ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear either "approximately" or "possibly" ...see if you can hear either of those
Complete thread -- The medial compartment shows chondral damage with grade 4 changes from ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I tried to hear either, but I can't say that I did.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. no black or white?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "uh"
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: General. INDICATIONS: This is a 34-year-old <_ ...
Complete thread -- Interesting info. I was not (and don't usually) consideri archives. I was
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??through standard arthroscopic ports showing the??
Complete thread -- also, fwiw, an "ad" for documentation is likely to be useless on archive searches
Complete thread -- I think I hear..."carried out and elevated off the sartorial fascia."
Complete thread -- i.e., I don't see it in Firefox because I use Adblock Plus with that.
Complete thread -- An incision on the medial border of tibial tubercle was carried out ov ...
Complete thread -- I don't see that ad *at all* when I click through on Firefox.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- For #1 could he be saying "completely" ???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Notch shows ____ torn ACL and intact PCL. Medial compartment shows ch ...
Complete thread -- I recognized Covidien as a surgical supplies
Complete thread -- oh, that was a sponsered add. I don't usually pay attention to ads when I google.
Complete thread -- No. On the right is Covidien AutoSuture..click on that
Complete thread -- haha...that one is too (floor product)
Complete thread -- sorry Q, your link is to a floor product
Complete thread -- see better link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- New DuraSeal™ spine sealant is a 100% synthetic hydrogel that...
Complete thread -- DuraSeal (see link)
Complete thread -- I tried not to scrape down the endplates. There was very little disk ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- My concern was the mention of the dural tear
Complete thread -- I did (or didn't) think it needed ...I can't hear well enough..perhaps you can
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- and I did not think it needed to be
Complete thread -- I worked my way into the epidural space and then enlarged the laminoto ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. new word for me. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- barotrauma (see link)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Eustachian tube dysfunction with history of & ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the info
Complete thread -- So it was sewed on each end and was free hanging in the middle.
Complete thread -- Yes....like a sheet tied to a tree at each end upon which U can lie
Complete thread -- The BellaDerm was essentially cut to fit the area so it was not too ti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Might be BellaDerm (see google hits)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Status post previous bilateral submuscular ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. You helped plenty.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get the blank.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Severe synovitis of the right wrist. ...
Complete thread -- yeah. you are right. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- What report is he doing?
Complete thread -- I can't make it out, but could he be saying "and of the 4th and 5th digits" ??
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. Surgery not dictated.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. not 4 digits but 2 (fourth and fifth)
Complete thread -- For the blank I think I hear "A _____ repair". What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "pathology. Extensor tendons....and of the ?4 other digits were" Are other
Complete thread -- The tendon sheaths of the extensor tendons were opened and arthrotomy ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- typo s/b approximately
Complete thread -- I hear "approximate ?3 inches in length"
Complete thread -- Dorsal incision made just to the small finger site <____> take ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Ha, well you're probably right.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing "remnants"
Complete thread -- agree with all
Complete thread -- Is he saying "redness"?
Complete thread -- or continuing with next (so, see what her A1c is...)
Complete thread -- Yep, and I think that "so" is just him muttering to himself.
Complete thread -- This was over a distance of approximately 1.5 cm. Once this was made, ...
Complete thread -- correction: ... high. Diet etc.
Complete thread -- sugars. Diet dysphagia 3, it is thin liquids so... ?
Complete thread -- Agree. Followed by something about thin liquid.
Complete thread -- 3. Dysphagia 3 ____ (see link)
Complete thread -- right, that's what I heard too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is what she said, but when I research I find urobilinogen converts to
Complete thread -- uroglobulin
Complete thread -- new WAV posted
Complete thread -- Correction: He says Again morning sugars (no 'in the') ..Can't get #3. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I hear it, but my first time recording a wav with MP3 Power Recorder.
Complete thread -- #1 warfarin
Complete thread -- #2 I do not see an A1C, which I would like to know.
Complete thread -- Mutliple ?s
Complete thread -- There is no WAV
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Wonder if this is the IP poster from below? Sounds kind of like IP varied somewhat.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- urine ketones 2+, urine _____ is 8, urine blood is 5+ (full con ...
Complete thread -- agree, I'm hearing that now.
Complete thread -- Maybe "K" (for potassium) was 3.7 yesterday.
Complete thread -- I can't get #3, but following that I think he said "yesterday" (not today).
Complete thread -- 2. don't think there's a blank there. 3. ____ was 3.7 yesterday, hemoglobin 9 today. ?
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything missing for #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #1 it did vary somewhat
Complete thread -- Yes, between 2 and 3
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #3 Keep INR between 2 and 3. (but I'm checking on that)
Complete thread -- 1. ____ varied somewhat.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Coumadin was placed on hold, restarted on 1/25
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- I think he says for #2 initially
Complete thread -- Could #1 be ICA????
Complete thread -- triplicate ? (see link)
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- a couple more questions - audio not great
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- I think Q is right, and I wouldn't hyphenate it. I'd just do "System 3.0 type orthotic".
Complete thread -- hmm... "the usual many anon hit and run posters" - and what would that mean?
Complete thread -- googling seems to come up with System 3.0 ( see link) , but I can't
Complete thread -- I would have never gotten that, as it was dictated as "IP pulse."
Complete thread -- Inguinal pulse (IP). QA verified it on their end.
Complete thread -- system-three-type orthotic or system three type orthotic?
Complete thread -- well, because she mentioned the word "dome" Mind you own business"
Complete thread -- Flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- No, it is IP...clear as a bell.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard some letters dictated, but they didn't make sense so I didn't mention.
Complete thread -- why are you "sharing" with Oasis? She's not the OP.
Complete thread -- Or TP for tibialis posterior although they usually say PT.
Complete thread -- Yes, definitely IP, and all his past reports have IP too. People will put anything!
Complete thread -- right... sound is sorta distorted too.
Complete thread -- Maybe he's looking at a T but reading it as an I. There's no IP pulse.
Complete thread -- "maybe" you hear it clearly, but that isn't quite what is being said.
Complete thread -- Hopefully the OP returned at some point, probably left a "hair too soon
Complete thread -- Oasis (for next time, sharing some "dome" & Pappone phrases
Complete thread -- Extremities: Good DP and IP (dictated clearly) pulses. IP?
Complete thread -- Listened, but I have no idea what he's saying before "period."
Complete thread -- I deleted it now. But thanks, nm
Complete thread -- She denies any difficulty with gait, bowel or bladder control, or decr ...
Complete thread -- This may be what is meant. I posted MP3 since he seems to not pronounce first part of word
Complete thread -- Check fastidiously
Complete thread -- release: The underlying tissues were s/l sidiously cared for, as were
Complete thread -- not being rude, but sometimes if you google you'll get your answer a LOT quicker than here
Complete thread -- Google your phrase and it comes up with cephalomedullary
Complete thread -- cephalomedullary
Complete thread -- hip fracture s/l cephla medullary device
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oh, you got the last word - destroyed
Complete thread -- eroded rather than ______
Complete thread -- Imaging: CT scan showed an ovoid mass in the left ethmoid sinus extend ...
Complete thread -- Bummer. I was at lunch and just saw the post.
Complete thread -- Looking further, I'm gonna say Pappone is definitely correct.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Taco. OP left the building too quickly.
Complete thread -- I think Pappone is correct - named after Dr. C. Pappone.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Could it be "of the dome"? Also, it would be re-creation (if that's actually the word).
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- some hypergranulation tissue and *pola motic* drainage.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in the splenium of the
Complete thread -- in the splenium of the corpus..
Complete thread -- All I hear is "enhancement ____ corpus collosum" wth a small word there - not "with the
Complete thread -- The patient had an MRI in June 2015 which showed enhancement in the __ ...
Complete thread -- posterior connecting lesions of *Pappone* using radiofrequency
Complete thread -- That's what I said the last time the subject was discussed here.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and temozolomide chemotherapy (I found it by googling glioblastoma chemotherapy)
Complete thread -- This confirmed the lesion was a glioblastoma. The patient was then tr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I would hate for myself to have a gastro after being used as a colo!
Complete thread -- yes thanks, me too. Will flag.
Complete thread -- woot woot!
Complete thread -- Ligasure sounds like a good guess, but I wouldn't feel confident enough to use it.
Complete thread -- one more question on the GYN doc, vaginal hysterectomy. sm pls
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- impetus
Complete thread -- thanks taco!!! "large Vcare"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- She thinks maybe our discussion today could be an ______ [s/l impotence!] for her...
Complete thread -- Two ideas I'm just throwing out - Marwa and VCare (uterine manipulators)
Complete thread -- ESL doc, looking for vaginal hysterectomy instrument sm pls
Complete thread -- agree... but would still flag as you said. who knows.
Complete thread -- I learned (here on the WB) that colonoscopes can be used for upper endoscopy.
Complete thread -- yea, I'd flag that since it should be a colonoscope...
Complete thread -- guttae (plural of gutta)
Complete thread -- flagging. Thanks.
Complete thread -- e does have some *goo tay* noted and some loss of endothelial
Complete thread -- Is it possible to use a gastroscope for a colonoscopy? I see limited hits on Google.
Complete thread -- ahhh, ok, I see... Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think it is "papilla" in all three blanks. Google it with "duodenum" for more info.
Complete thread -- I could not identify the ___but it is possible that the ___ may be down deep in the s
Complete thread -- Her post made no sense at all, so it's hard to know what she thinks. Kind of entertaining,
Complete thread -- she thinks we are all just *one person* out to get her.
Complete thread -- P.S. I said "rehash" and "rehashing" to you a couple times. Maybe you think poi is me. Is
Complete thread -- That's it. Start packing your things; you're going to Siberia!
Complete thread -- somebody thinks you are correct.
Complete thread -- Somebody thinks somebody was impersonating the OP on the telerad thread.
Complete thread -- I'm so contused!!
Complete thread -- yes. redundant answer.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- It means to turn or fold inwards, invaginating.
Complete thread -- like I already said below?
Complete thread -- OMG! Please tell me you are still not arguing you were right??!
Complete thread -- oops, got an extra "I" in there s/b Dominican Republic
Complete thread -- Might want to "cap" Republiic" The Dominican Republic is a Caribbean nation
Complete thread -- what is the procedure? conduit "and" dissecting the nerve endings make sense
Complete thread -- I just searched for "end of story" and only got that thread. Only one other hit for "spot
Complete thread -- I don't know, which poster? Please share your conspiracy theory.
Complete thread -- Have you? that so-called original OP followup post, Was not the OP.
Complete thread -- try intussuscepting.
Complete thread -- but thanks for posting that -I didn't know about that definition until I looked it up.
Complete thread -- that too! LOL
Complete thread -- No..he's a pretty clear dictator, *in-dis-es-septing*
Complete thread -- calculus - noun: an incrustation that forms on the teeth and gums.
Complete thread -- Sorry -- were you spitting in the regular way or "very" spitting?
Complete thread -- Calculus is the mathematical study of change - i think you want
Complete thread -- thanks, just spit Sprite on the monitor.
Complete thread -- like this: as per the patient’s family after the patient’s family after the patient
Complete thread -- in dissecting?
Complete thread -- I didnt even read all that...but you have a point.
Complete thread -- I agree 100%. I think this question is answered now.
Complete thread -- OK - actually you have a few errors - like "very spitting"? and the 1st sentence
Complete thread -- nylon suture was placed in each end of the conduit **in-dis-i-septing* the nerve endi
Complete thread -- Republic would be capitalized.
Complete thread -- no idea on the blank
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- Um... have you checked out "telerays?"
Complete thread -- what does your blank sound like?
Complete thread -- agree w/mm on uncovertebral joints sm
Complete thread -- Intuniv would fit here.
Complete thread -- following stabilization on Depakote, *intuitive* and Seroquel
Complete thread -- Right?
Complete thread -- do you have a MT question for the WB?
Complete thread -- Does anybody know? I run windows 7, internet explorer 11, & clicked everywhere sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it, rhinophyma
Complete thread -- I saw a hit at MtStars for the word "tweeners" meaning "between the toes/fingers dressing
Complete thread -- a few stigmata of chronic liver disease including some spider naevi and ____.
Complete thread -- s/l "tweeners"
Complete thread -- uncovertebral and zygapophyseal joints
Complete thread -- For example: (just my thought, though)
Complete thread -- typical MRI of C spine, then these words
Complete thread -- You also need some semicolons in there to separate the list with internal commas.
Complete thread -- I think it should be a "period" and then Distal to #1, on the buccal mucosa...
Complete thread -- grade 2, *distals to* #1. On the
Complete thread -- I don't understand your post - are you asking people to post errors they find?
Complete thread -- I wonder, if when a term error is found in the many MT resources, sm
Complete thread -- I don't get your "geez" or why you're "glad this came up"
Complete thread -- Yes, it can, to control hemostasis sm
Complete thread -- that's what i hear "epi pledget"
Complete thread -- can it be "epi" (for epinephrine) pledget?
Complete thread -- the left until the larynx was visualized and identified. At this poin ...
Complete thread -- Cap on "reflex" not needed tho. A testing protocol for the lab to follow
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He is hyperactive during the day, and also...
Complete thread -- He has been treated in urgent care twice for ear infection and receive ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on google, I guess it can be either (geez) myectomy or myomectomy
Complete thread -- They fell out?
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 7-year-old male who is scheduled for a second ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- ☂ ignore my post above
Complete thread -- corrected himself from placed to started a hole
Complete thread -- placed a started a hole more on the shaft, but the bone between....
Complete thread -- sorry I can't get more of it
Complete thread -- and studded? a whole _____ on the (I don't hear shaft)
Complete thread -- We then placed 1 FiberTape from the anterior portion in the posterolat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a 5 mm section of the ____ was removed.
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- The incision was then deepened in the first interspace to the level of ...
Complete thread -- Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "arthroplasties ?and"
Complete thread -- The patient was explained the surgical options in detail including a c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Part of it I think is "0.045 inch" (they don't dictate the leading zeros) (see link)
Complete thread -- between two of you, i think i have it.
Complete thread -- MATERIALS: 2.0 x 60 mm screw, 2.0 x 80 mm screw, 2.0 x 12 mm screw, an ...
Complete thread -- I should qualify...part of what I think I hear..
Complete thread -- Part of what I hear is "in the stand because she was startled"
Complete thread -- maybe in sand?
Complete thread -- i hope this is last one from this account. last file for now
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- In that case it s/b "we reconstructed.....reviewed". Because the
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I think it's correct the way he dictated it. They have a practice
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hadn't noticed, but to keep with the same tense there I think it s/b reviews
Complete thread -- I hear and was able to google "on the Junior Development League prior"
Complete thread -- maybe it should be review in your last sentence?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes according to BoS2, page 47
Complete thread -- agree - does not make sense
Complete thread -- is capitalization correct?
Complete thread -- No. Can we hear it?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sense? patient is a hockey fan
Complete thread -- I think I hear "small droplets in areas of concern" etc
Complete thread -- We then proceeded to use a 2.1-mm blunt cannula and we fat grafted ver ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was confused if 2 or 3. was heraing both
Complete thread -- two
Complete thread -- We went ahead and made <____> stab incisions in the inferolate ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- scapular?
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained, the patient was marked preoperati ...
Complete thread -- tried but no luck. sorry
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Only old wave is there.
Complete thread -- 1. We recommended that xxxx continue physical therapy as prescribed at ...
Complete thread -- Yippee...I'm doing a Snoopy dance for that one..(see link)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I sympathize. Good luck with it.
Complete thread -- I googled CRP ANA immunoglobulin Lyme and it brought up ESR
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- ???ESR???
Complete thread -- 1. We will check more extensive lab work. We will order a CBC, CMP, T ...
Complete thread -- I would use the adverb form for all 3 words..superiorly, medially and laterally
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- just outside the
Complete thread -- it still seems like a lot to go through...will just continue to live with it
Complete thread -- We then went ahead and made the incisions and then deepithelialized al ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- But I have no idea how that fits with your context.
Complete thread -- Ugh. I think I hear "a varsity level his freshman year" ?????
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sorry. pls post wav again.
Complete thread -- Sorry. But it's been around a long time, so that would seem to
Complete thread -- He is at about average pace and feels that he is in the middle. He ma ...
Complete thread -- oh, great...I need one. Guess I better be nicer to my hiatal hernia and
Complete thread -- Thanks. I cringe every time I transcribe a fundoplication...it strikes me as so yucky!
Complete thread -- nice solve on the *decussation* Q...that is 2 new words tonight for me
Complete thread -- tricuspid regurg and mild...(edit as necessary for your account...boy that is bad!)
Complete thread -- Only old mp3 is there.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I can't get it
Complete thread -- I think it should be:
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I reviewed previous spirometry (pulmonary function testing), chest x-r ...
Complete thread -- The anterior and the posterior vagus nerves both were identified and p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- A fundoplication is where they wrap the upper portion of the stomach around the esophagus.
Complete thread -- In other words, both blanks were "wrap"
Complete thread -- This was #1
Complete thread -- #2 wrap
Complete thread -- Correction: s/b around the esophagus
Complete thread -- #2 wrap
Complete thread -- It was completely mobilized. Once that was done, 3 stitches were plac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "spot on the posterior stomach" (see link)
Complete thread -- #2 spring sign (see link explaining it)
Complete thread -- See link discussing the vagus nerve preservation
Complete thread -- Four stitches were placed and both crura were approximated closing the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- typo about poi's and my
Complete thread -- I am concerned about poi and my's discrepancy on
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and we had dissected down to the decussation..s/b comma after inferiorly
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Once complete mobilization was done and we dissected down to the < ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "vagus nerves both"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- 2. mediastinum
Complete thread -- and just to clarify from your above post, he is talking about diaphragm crest, not iliac
Complete thread -- #1 pleura
Complete thread -- Complete circumferential mobilization of the esophagus was done. All ...
Complete thread -- s/b craniocaudal (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- There are 2 Find boxes...click on crest in the lower box
Complete thread -- Looks like, yes to "crest"...see link
Complete thread -- short gastrics
Complete thread -- We identified a moderate-sized hiatal hernia approximately 4 cm to 5 c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Severe GERD (gastroesophageal reflux di ...
Complete thread -- I'm thinking he might be referring to the iliac crest, but to confirm, what
Complete thread -- There's a problem in his sentence...in the second part of the
Complete thread -- We started dissecting taking down the rest of the greater curve of the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- retractor
Complete thread -- There were no injuries from the placement of the ports. The liv ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I hear "as a standard"
Complete thread -- receiving...and I think he says "at a standard"
Complete thread -- On the day of the surgery, the patient was brought into the operating ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Might be emphysema (see google hits, see what you think)
Complete thread -- iatrogenic injury to the esophagus, iatrogenic injury to the bowel or ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Additional clinical indications for the procedure?
Complete thread -- The results of all the above mentioned diagnostic workup also reviewed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- typo..peristalsis
Complete thread -- peristalis
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient has undergone through the esophageal manometry study that ...
Complete thread -- resistant to medical management
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I have gone through the _____gastroesophageal reflux disease with ?the ...
Complete thread -- I have gone through the _____gastroesophageal reflux disease ____ symptomatic
Complete thread -- yeah. but he is saying something else also. re-dictating that sentence?
Complete thread -- He instructs you to "Please remove morbid obesity from the above."
Complete thread -- She has gone through the entire workup of gastroesophageal reflux dise ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think you nailed it!
Complete thread -- Nyquist?
Complete thread -- Sorry. No luck.
Complete thread -- same word. only a bit clear.
Complete thread -- That's it. TYSM, Q! New word for me, and you saved me 6 blanks. MUOH!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Generally he says Dr. Wu. This is the first time saynig CRNA
Complete thread -- If you know the name of the hospital, I could look at their employee roster or for CRNAs
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ???rostrally (as in which direction it migrated) ????
Complete thread -- I believe it is a person's name, but I can't make out the name. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Now said 2 more times with a "t" in there - s/l ross-tuh-lee
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained, she was brought to the procedure ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. He's said it 3 times so far, and very clear s/l Ross-Lee,
Complete thread -- abnormal distal esophagus (makes better sense)
Complete thread -- reportedly with abnormal distal
Complete thread -- reportedly to have a normal distal esophagus.
Complete thread -- This is a 51-year-old female with previous history of colon polyps. C ...
Complete thread -- ??grossly??
Complete thread -- hemilaminectomy for removal of left s/l ross-lee migrated T12-L1 herniated disk. TIA
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "and was clean" without any cerumen?
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room, placed in a supine posi ...
Complete thread -- Never mind, I'm confused and I don't know what I'm talking about. Sorry!
Complete thread -- [The patient has a] developing nonunion.
Complete thread -- Hmm, I don't think so...see my link. LOL!
Complete thread -- So, are we all in agreement to put a comma -- fracture, developing ?
Complete thread -- Actually it is the participle form because it is serving as an adjective (gerund is
Complete thread -- Yes. Some people think that grammar doesn't make a difference, but
Complete thread -- I believe "developing nonunion" would be a gerund phrase.
Complete thread -- I see where the confusion lies....I was reading what is an
Complete thread -- definitely an adjective
Complete thread -- I actually do understand what an object of a verb is...
Complete thread -- They are 2 separate things: fracture and developing nonunion. IMHO
Complete thread -- me too. as in, "a developing nonunion."
Complete thread -- Also, I shouldn't say never, as sometimes there can be an interjectory
Complete thread -- nonunion is object of the verb (see link)
Complete thread -- wow. I'd be way off cuz I thought "developing" was an adjective modifying "nonunion".
Complete thread -- and fwiw, here's the link again for the downloadable and savable Gregg Reference Manual
Complete thread -- I'm sorry to disagree but never put commas between the subject noun and
Complete thread -- Only the verb is 2 words...noun and adjective are one word...so yours is a noun, object of
Complete thread -- Plans for eventual outpatient psychiatric *follow up versus *followup
Complete thread -- some more documentation here...
Complete thread -- I lost once in the "cheese capitalization/hyphenation" category, re: Swiss-cheese pattern.
Complete thread -- sorry, I got off the topic. Alex, can I have "cheese hyphenation" for $500?
Complete thread -- yeah, I'm with you two, Social Security.
Complete thread -- well, not everyone's an expert, but if you told them and they still left it wrong they
Complete thread -- I hope so, cuz I keep editing drafts that don't have either 's' capped (and yes, you too
Complete thread -- At day's end, I'm satisfied with the fact I flagged and brought it to their attention.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't even think a note would be needed, as it was for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
Complete thread -- Oh, that's even worse! You have my sympathy.
Complete thread -- better than slimy-cottage-cheese-like croutons!
Complete thread -- better than slimy-cottage-cheese-like croutons!
Complete thread -- Yes, T, I left a short note explaining.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sure it is! see link...and I love that *grammoron*, can I be 2?
Complete thread -- do you get to put any kind of note with your flag?
Complete thread -- good thought, will have to flag it though, thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- ah geez, is "Security" not capitalized in "Social Security" ???
Complete thread -- Can you hear fold in there? Don't know what the "tee" would be, though.
Complete thread -- ESL doc, GI surgery, s/l tee-bold. Sm for sentence please
Complete thread -- Well, that's what I thought, too! I flagged it and QA left myomectomy in.
Complete thread -- not arguing, just, uh, a friendly debate. ;)
Complete thread -- yep, myectomy - myectomy is a cardiac surgery treatment for hypertrophic cardiomyopat
Complete thread -- I guess I would use a comma. The fracture isn't doing the healing, the body is.
Complete thread -- I like the comma there.
Complete thread -- Myectomy versus myomectomy for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Myomectomy refers to
Complete thread -- fracture, developing or fracture developing?
Complete thread -- then I won't have anyone to make me soup next time I'm in the mood :)
Complete thread -- shoot them. :)
Complete thread -- I love the cheesy garlic croutons....
Complete thread -- no joke. first they used up all the onions in a soup and now this. :(
Complete thread -- nevermind, the post below made me hungry for a salad with croutons
Complete thread -- how about we just argue for fun?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- gastric?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- PEROPERTIVE DIAGNOSIS: ______ carcinoma.
Complete thread -- yea, this reminds me also of using the word "proud" as in proud flesh.
Complete thread -- I would do it like that too - but probably someone will argue with both of us!
Complete thread -- agree - should be "and"
Complete thread -- "proper" is okay - here's a definition...
Complete thread -- sounds ok but can't explain it-maybe the main area?
Complete thread -- I'd probably also put cottage-cheese-like .... BUT, I"m sure someone will argue that.
Complete thread -- I'd think "the ICD pocket proper (meaning right there in the pocket) was slimy AND cottage
Complete thread -- ICD pocket *proper* was slimy in cottage
Complete thread -- Those little brats! :)
Complete thread -- Sounds awful and I know what you mean. I'm an organic nut but it's very doubtful I end up
Complete thread -- I absolutely do appreciate it...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Taco (not the moron)!
Complete thread -- kids finished the croutons :(
Complete thread -- Don't feel bad. I didn't know the answer at all, which is why I didn't comment.
Complete thread -- Me too.
Complete thread -- Ha, definitely can't have the bone. So you actually appreciate the gluten-free-labeled
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I just got in the mood for a salad with croutons - off to go make myself one :)
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- But you can probably eat croutons, which I can't.
Complete thread -- I feel like a moron.
Complete thread -- Sigh! Indeed I did. You can replace "ran/run" with another verb to get the correct tense
Complete thread -- I thought it sounded good but can't try it myself.
Complete thread -- I'd go as you have it labial maxillary lip tie. Can google it too
Complete thread -- me too.
Complete thread -- Thank you !!
Complete thread -- yuck - no thanks. I hate mint.
Complete thread -- approximated from anterior to posterior towards the (chest and towards the ___ bone?)
Complete thread -- I still hear the old wav
Complete thread -- approximated "from" anteroposterior towards each other __?_
Complete thread -- daily weights?
Complete thread -- Try some "Bernie's Yearning" instead.
Complete thread -- either labial maxillary or (I think) you could even combine them as labiomaxillary.
Complete thread -- ESL help
Complete thread -- She had a (?labial maxillary) lip tie
Complete thread -- procedure. A small _______ were also sharply
Complete thread -- anteroposterior towards the _______ in a tension-free fashion
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- PFO (full stop).
Complete thread -- chuckle
Complete thread -- no evidence of her patent foramen ovale seen at the last scan. She has no _____.
Complete thread -- s/l comule may be "communication" as in the fracture did not disrupt blood flow etc
Complete thread -- what the heck? I'm gonna send back my salad.
Complete thread -- agree. w/vald Freeze dried croutons, small cuboid chips or “croutons,”
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- yep - what vlad said.
Complete thread -- Cancellous (mispronounces) bone croutons
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Hear "5-0."
Complete thread -- they were applied under fluoroscopic control. ______ were inserted
Complete thread -- running 4-0 quick absorbable plain catgut _____. Sterile dressing was
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd say off-therapy since it is used as an adjective.
Complete thread -- off-therapy days or off therapy days
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me - I'm not sure why you are questioning it.
Complete thread -- was then marked as an *oval* in the right lower quadrant
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Hillbilly English, almost as bad as
Complete thread -- bring up?
Complete thread -- pffft. she had so many med errors, I sent it to the client with a "needs review" and NOT
Complete thread -- and will have stimulation and work to raise secretions and ____ phlegm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- closest I can find is Anaprox (naproxen sodium) at 550 mg
Complete thread -- May have meant "vaporized" nebulized treatment sm
Complete thread -- I agree, it sounds like a stumble to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- it is "step-to gait" <--- google it in quotes just like that to confirm.
Complete thread -- Medical
Complete thread -- I don't think he's saying anything there - just stumbling over the next sentence
Complete thread -- Sounds like my QA. That's why I use it as seldom as possible. :)
Complete thread -- oh heck, I"m rolling here...
Complete thread -- agggh - stop it, lb!
Complete thread -- ha! you heard "mumble mumble" too! That must be it.
Complete thread -- lol - you got "mumble mumble" too.
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there.
Complete thread -- ductus .(mumble mumble) ... left alone and they have been not practicing so hard
Complete thread -- ductus .... week or 2 weeks .... mumble mumble... practicing so hard. WHAT??
Complete thread -- I do appreciate everyone's input. I ran it by QA. She said ran.
Complete thread -- plus hepatitis C _____. The patient
Complete thread -- I'd probably just hyphenate it, anti-C, but think it's okay.
Complete thread -- On the spleen side, he has a patent _____.
Complete thread -- Psych/pain clinic note - Student dictating (sheesh) and gives med as: (SM)
Complete thread -- antiviral, anti *C* medications
Complete thread -- I think the OP just had a small brain cramp.
Complete thread -- good answer, lb! I bet that's it.
Complete thread -- *thanks* for agreeing with me. :)
Complete thread -- IS - incentive spirometry?
Complete thread -- ?Had run is past perfect of run? I think run sounds better in your sentence at least.
Complete thread -- It's run. There is no context or usage here in which "ran" would be
Complete thread -- Patient in the ICU with COPD exacerbation. Under plan: Continue
Complete thread -- guesses often are great, but some are greater than others.
Complete thread -- thanks billybob!
Complete thread -- I think you still have to conjugate it, like the other run: run, ran, had run. I could be
Complete thread -- No, I do think it is her, but she's probably not going to answer my question.
Complete thread -- ...but then it would have to be full-session run. Good grief!
Complete thread -- ...but, mine could be a noun too! I guess it could be either!
Complete thread -- You mean you think it's not her?
Complete thread -- Me thinks you're
Complete thread -- I think she's lying low and keeping quiet after that telerad fiasco.
Complete thread -- They ran his session.
Complete thread -- I did go with "ran" afterall. Ran is used as a verb here, and yours is a noun.
Complete thread -- it definitely is - hard to miss her posts
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you very much. I appreciate that!
Complete thread -- I like run - (google dialysis run). found this:
Complete thread -- at the site of?
Complete thread -- o g f h n f thanks for returning and sharing with the rest of us.t
Complete thread -- Thanks oasis!!, appreciate your hunting time and sharing
Complete thread -- commenced him on antibiotics to reduce the high risk of wound dehiscence ____ operati
Complete thread -- SP calcaneal fracture exam
Complete thread -- Sigh, I have it backwards. It should be ran, not run, right? see context
Complete thread -- Ran versus run. I think this should be run, not ran...see context
Complete thread -- is this the regular 'nm' that we all know and love?
Complete thread -- appreciate you help
Complete thread -- I should have said, "thrown out" the term, that is.
Complete thread -- pure guess, don't use if can hear it tho, throw it out as it may lead you some where sm
Complete thread -- lumbar spine
Complete thread -- MRI
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- With this in mind, I wonder if it could be "scored"?
Complete thread -- "Cut the outer layers of the fibrous capsule with scissors" (see link/ctrl F with text)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The capsule was *cored* using Bovie cautery.
Complete thread -- appropriately exposed
Complete thread -- it's there
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?? small vape ??
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- a piece of root left in the bone (what i heard)
Complete thread -- The fracture was well reduced, __________ exposed
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- oroantral communication, _____, infection
Complete thread -- Continue ______ nebulized treatment
Complete thread -- sweet dreams. :-). m done here too. have a warm night. how's the weather in your area BTW?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Time for me to visit with The Sandman. Goodnight.
Complete thread -- He changes his mind to: and I reinserted
Complete thread -- As a result, it was clear that the spinal cord stimulator was intact & ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "caused her electrical shocks"
Complete thread -- The patient has back pain and bilateral leg pain radiating down her bi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know.
Complete thread -- now that you give me video-assisted, I can hear it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "after I"
Complete thread -- I obtained hemostasis using electrocautery and then I closed the wound ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- looks like it should be crossed-arm sign or cross-arm sign...go with whatever U hear
Complete thread -- joint. Positive crossed arm sign. (I need to check to see if hyphen needed)
Complete thread -- The patient has left shoulder pain. He has shoulder pain of his AC jo ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "video-assisted colposcopy" Does that fit the context?
Complete thread -- A new AFP level was sent today. If that level is still substantially ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would also put a comma after narcotics
Complete thread -- less
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She had a spinal cord stimulator trial which successfully covered her ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- typo...I would do it as in your first example
Complete thread -- My client's preference was no super- or subscripts because not
Complete thread -- how to write the following?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Click on the find box at the top and it will take you to the term
Complete thread -- Sorry I'm late, but for the archives "orphan" is what I hear (see link)
Complete thread -- It's been so long ago, I don't remember...if not in BoS, then likely client instructions.
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- i think its typo for "eye" (not "knee")
Complete thread -- yeah. seems so now. not just one, but 2 QAs. wow. too bad. no mention of "knee" anwhere
Complete thread -- A corneal patch graft was cut to appropriate size and shape, placed ov ...
Complete thread -- well someone made a mistake on that one! don't want to duplicate it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was also wondering but wrote it because in samples there is a diagnosis of
Complete thread -- 2. and further whitening? (no right knee in the eye)
Complete thread -- Approximately 290 degrees of ciliary processes were treated <____& ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- all I can get out of that is *flap*
Complete thread -- The ECP was then performed. The anterior chamber and ciliary sulcus b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops..duplicate than
Complete thread -- potentially lower pressure than than the previous ______
Complete thread -- The plate was placed over the superior and lateral rectus muscles, 10 ...
Complete thread -- just curious Q - who has instructed *we * to use a generic? I see in BOS3 they
Complete thread -- The patient is a tile worker. I think Skilsaw fits perfectly with his job, cutting tiles
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Something like "?impinging in this (?the) area of previous erosion?"
Complete thread -- agree, no biggie. i bet Band-Aid has been typed many times for
Complete thread -- The sub-Tenon’s infusion of lidocaine was performed in superotemporal ...
Complete thread -- typo...which (not with) only comes in an electronic version
Complete thread -- I have all of them through 10th edition...except the 11th with only
Complete thread -- I promise this will be my last comment on the subject...but, Guy, we
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- well on your report anyway. Pretty good arguments for both sides on this
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #2 after the tube previously, an ECP
Complete thread -- i'm looking at ninth, 2003. not sure if she was still living. so many on
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #1 IOP (intraocular pressure)
Complete thread -- The decision was made to place a tube shunt again but covered it with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. It is Skilsaw.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "is in the high 30s. And I do hear oral Diamox.(I have not verified either
Complete thread -- The patient is a 66-year-old Caucasian female with a history of platea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- interesting. is that like 10th or 11th? I think I had 8th and then 10th editions.
Complete thread -- ECPL (see link of google hits)
Complete thread -- later versions just show hep lock as slang. no brand listed.
Complete thread -- such a rarity, an error in Vera Pyle's great "silver book." I don't have a copy anymore,
Complete thread -- The patient is a 66-year-old Caucasian female with a history of platea ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I just did that...and looked at the image on the prescription
Complete thread -- also, from Stedman's Abbreviations, Acronyms & Symbols, 3rd ed.:
Complete thread -- if you check the trademark using above link, it describes Hep-Lock as
Complete thread -- I thought it would still be stil since it comes from oiginal saw.
Complete thread -- billybob no, "hep lock" is slang for heparin lock SM Sun ...
Complete thread -- I see what you're saying now. "skill saw" is actually an erronous backformation,
Complete thread -- I looked at the Acronyms/Abbreviation website to see if
Complete thread -- I checked Home Depot and they are all called circular saws with the
Complete thread -- I'm assuming your question was real (tho not sure because of the
Complete thread -- the way I understand it, Hep-Lock is a solution. hep lock/hep-lock is an abbreviation
Complete thread -- Both OneLook and Vera Pyle's shows it is Hep-Lock (trademark) or heparin lock. Was
Complete thread -- and it doesn't look like it was settled on that argument either :)
Complete thread -- in
Complete thread -- That's my opinion. What is a skill saw? :-)
Complete thread -- they argued this on archives too.
Complete thread -- skil saw instead of cap?
Complete thread -- Except there are not 2 spellings for Bandaid and Kleenex, but the
Complete thread -- hep-lock is what I thought of.
Complete thread -- I thinks it's like saying Bandaid and Kleenex, meaning a bandage and
Complete thread -- agree. Skilsaw is a type of skill saw. I use the latter, never had spelled out as Skilsaw.
Complete thread -- When I put in skill saw in OneLook it redirects me to circular saw. We are
Complete thread -- in OneLook skill saw redirects to Skil?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Think it's Skil
Complete thread -- Trademark site shows Skil is a live trademark for a group of
Complete thread -- circular saws still sometimes still called Skilsaws or Skil saws.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He may be correcting himself to change...He wanted to keep his
Complete thread -- phalanx, as much of the distal phalanx as he could.
Complete thread -- Just listened again, 99% "AIN, PIN," and ulnar distributions
Complete thread -- I made sure to smooth the distal tip area off and to keep the attachme ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Appreciate the lead! I will submit and return w/ what client fills in.
Complete thread -- MD could be stuttering A-AN, PN, yes. Just not certain!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- I'm not finding enough to be conclusive...sorry.
Complete thread -- I also think he said "and to the bone of that area"
Complete thread -- he returned with
Complete thread -- He was diagnosed at an outside hospital with an open tuft fracture thr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. 2 words of course?
Complete thread -- skill (it is a type of saw)
Complete thread -- I'm finding axillary nerve and peripheral nerves can be affected by
Complete thread -- The patient works as a tile worker. He injured his left hand a couple ...
Complete thread -- humerus fracture. *AA, NPN or AAN, PN* and ulnar distributions are grossly intact
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. was hearing "Excision" but wanted to hear
Complete thread -- "effect taken" incorrect grammar....s/b took or had taken...I'd go with had taken
Complete thread -- I think "Incision was"
Complete thread -- After being marked with the above-mentioned margin, it was infiltrated ...
Complete thread -- Wow, that was a tough one, good for you!
Complete thread -- Oh, yeah, and it is Cayenne (not tie-in)
Complete thread -- Found it: Quattro® Link knotless anchor. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Later pronounces the name, but it s/l tie-in quadralin-SP anchor. I am thoroughly confuse
Complete thread -- using a tie-in s/l duaptrolin-SP or duacprolin-SP anchor (MD spelling out, but poor v
Complete thread -- same here with hitting Enter. nearly every other time I go to type an apostrophe.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- ah... very nice link, Oasis. Thanks to you and mt, it looks like this one is solved.
Complete thread -- Okay, that works!
Complete thread -- oh sorry, mt, I didn't read your post and I still need to check out Oasis' link.
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Hmm, it won't link. Let me give you Google link...3 hits down
Complete thread -- so M=mean?
Complete thread -- Let me try that link again...
Complete thread -- Yes, this is correct. I have it in my notes, and you can see it link.
Complete thread -- thanks isgal!
Complete thread -- Repose? I found a Repose tongue surgery.
Complete thread -- In ******, he had an experimental ________ surgery and appendectomy wh ...
Complete thread -- later doc says over-the-balloon stent, so plse disregard
Complete thread -- iliac artery angioplasty with stenting sm Plse
Complete thread -- just thinking though, research would be needed
Complete thread -- wonder if it is A wave, V wave and mean??
Complete thread -- good guess but 15 min too late, unfortunately
Complete thread -- is it dictated like A slash V slash M? I'm thinking about it...
Complete thread -- Not an expert, but googling, it just doesn't sound right. Maybe someone else will have
Complete thread -- does this paragraph make sense? especially (A/V/M)?
Complete thread -- prostatism?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- No, not close enough. I am throwing in the towel on this one. Thanks.
Complete thread -- He might be saying priapism...
Complete thread -- He denies any medication changes. His past medical history. ..
Complete thread -- why can't I seem to post a sentence without clicking enter in the middle? guess I wasn't
Complete thread -- oops - I
Complete thread -- me too! I
Complete thread -- what comes next? could he be saying "past history of" something?
Complete thread -- cell cauterized?
Complete thread -- He denies any night sweats or s/l pastism. He denies any...
Complete thread -- ganglion cyst removal. S/l "self" cauterized
Complete thread -- aghhh - I hate when that happens... or even worse
Complete thread -- Yep!! Makes me feel good, since most of mine "guess" and put in the wrong answer!!
Complete thread -- LOL - you're good.
Complete thread -- Me, too, T!
Complete thread -- Good. I like when that happens.
Complete thread -- A blank was left by QA.
Complete thread -- I was so proud for finding what I found (~sigh~) but at least I can admit when I'm wrong.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I hear the "stipal" in there.
Complete thread -- thank you both taco and lb
Complete thread -- ^ Oh, I like her answer better - I can hear that now ^
Complete thread -- CholestStall - can't post a link but I found a picture of it.
Complete thread -- colestipol
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- allopurinol, atenolol, Zetia, levothyroxine, ______, ranitidine,
Complete thread -- well, that may explain it... :)
Complete thread -- Flagging....I will let you know!
Complete thread -- I had seen some references to it on Google, but have never heard of it as LS-S1!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- or LS for lumbosacral? But I agree a flag is best for a dx.
Complete thread -- last one omentum?
Complete thread -- though still best to flag (so you know next time) since it is the patient diagnosis
Complete thread -- oh, could be saying LS (lumbar spine) to S1 pain then.
Complete thread -- No, it is a physical therapist.
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry...it should be LS-S1 pain.
Complete thread -- of the adnexa to the uterus, bowel to the uterus, and ______ to the uterus.
Complete thread -- is this a doctor dictating? If not, someone might be reading it as LS since it looks like
Complete thread -- not me....that would not be a diagnosis either
Complete thread -- I have not.
Complete thread -- from adnexa to the uterus --then she mumbles something "to the uterus"
Complete thread -- of adnexa to the uterus, ___bowel to the uterus, and ___ to the uterus.
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard L5-S1 referred to as LS-S1 before? (see context)
Complete thread -- suggestion for the future - always post your sound file before posting
Complete thread -- had an internet issue - it's there
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- can't get it. sorry
Complete thread -- some filmy adhesions _____ uterus
Complete thread -- still hearing the old mp3?
Complete thread -- amazing ears, mt - I can hear "fungus" now too, but can't get other words.
Complete thread -- block??
Complete thread -- some filmy adhesions _____ uterus
Complete thread -- some filmy adhesions _____ uterus
Complete thread -- fibroid uterus and _____ symptoms
Complete thread -- ty-using sustaining - fits well here and thinking doc rushing combining 2 words
Complete thread -- I'd venture to guess sustaining too.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is it spraining?
Complete thread -- wrist injury
Complete thread -- ^agree with this^
Complete thread -- I hear "group assisted IN cardiology" but cant get the blank. I think it is the NP's name
Complete thread -- improving over time and __________ nurse practitioner
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! I appreciate the help!
Complete thread -- I can't post links but....
Complete thread -- two separate instruments, I think - tenaculum and dye injector...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but that doesn't seem to make sense. It was placed ON the cervix.
Complete thread -- google Hysterosalpingogram, HSG (test for tubal infertility)
Complete thread -- stains for *** fungus were negative
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ? dominant Low and slow progesterone dominant protocol
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation. A single-tooth tenaculum s/l dye injector was placed on the cervix.
Complete thread -- In fertility, as anyone heard of the s/l Drunnert Protocol?
Complete thread -- ohh - this is a good guess too. I thought of "groomed" but...
Complete thread -- I like this one too!
Complete thread -- WAG - something about groomed? (SM) see link for ski lingo
Complete thread -- oooh - good guess!
Complete thread -- green runs
Complete thread -- hey skiiers. SP knee surgery- ski on s/l grimers only
Complete thread -- just found it, Bunnell's
Complete thread -- He has mild discomfort with s/l Binel's test for the middle finger...sm
Complete thread -- I believe referring to tatooing with sandstone pigments
Complete thread -- agree(w/oasis) work "hardening" heard often with those needing body reconditioning
Complete thread -- the sound fades at the blank area, maybe can turn up sound & repost?
Complete thread -- ahh ok
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- no no, don't ignore - you got the "mL" part --
Complete thread -- yea, i can hear that now that you said it, but dang if i can get the last word either
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- there's also another lil word between the mystery value and "period"
Complete thread -- ignore me - see below
Complete thread -- all I can get is the ending of 760 mL
Complete thread -- He says "B-type natriuretic hormone" and then gives a value...
Complete thread -- 4.5
Complete thread -- ORIF and s/l "4 5" syndesmosis screw fixation
Complete thread -- inflammation and stains ______ were negative.
Complete thread -- Some periportal fluid. This is probably _____.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Time for me to shut down for the night/morning. Good luck.
Complete thread -- #2 A Carter-Thomason (see link)
Complete thread -- #1 all ports were closed _______
Complete thread -- Irrigation was done with 300 mL of normal saline. Once that was compl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- From what I can tell, it is really MD...found both listings
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- saying to cc a copy to him.
Complete thread -- What is patient's problem? Why is he mentioning the name?
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he says "We did the" for #1
Complete thread -- what is MB?
Complete thread -- The patient was brought back to the recovery room in stable condition ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on the patient's side
Complete thread -- Cystic artery and cystic duct were dissected and completely isolated. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I take it back...here is reference to just that...see link
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Not even in the sense of reference to movement in the direction of the shoulder
Complete thread -- I'd want to hear that one....as one wouldn't expect reference to shoulder in gallbladder
Complete thread -- I think you got it (that accounts for the 's' I was hearing)
Complete thread -- Once that was completed, the **gallbladder was lifted to the right sho ...
Complete thread -- has shown the presence ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I normally hear it as burden....but couldn't tell if there was an 's'
Complete thread -- has shown the burden (?burdens)
Complete thread -- Hospital for the similar reason. Ultrasound <____> of gallsto ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in Saddleback
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant female who is 58-year-old presented to my offi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I am more for
Complete thread -- I told her I do not think I want to be quite that aggressive in her be ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I got nothin
Complete thread -- 215 pounds.
Complete thread -- The patient says that her maximum weight has been 295 pounds and she l ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 45-year-old lady who recently in September 2015 had a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would think he's using exercise as an adjective for
Complete thread -- comma between exercise activities?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- excess....he's saying even though she has extra skin, it will
Complete thread -- Expansion on the left will be difficult even though initially she appe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- See link...Merriam Webster...scroll down a bit
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. She is going to have it done later.
Complete thread -- Yes, that phrase is okay.
Complete thread -- She decided to **wait on** reconstruction and went ahead and had bilat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will go with her.
Complete thread -- I still hear "her", but go with whichever you hear.
Complete thread -- was confused if "her" or "their" grandson.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to taking her
Complete thread -- posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. posting second wav.
Complete thread -- Grammar correction...Must be "She and her husband"
Complete thread -- stay on the go. Also the clip doesn't extend to the 2nd blank.
Complete thread -- I have told her that we will discuss her case both ways today. She is ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't find a Dr Van Dyne in the Yellow Pages near Columbus, so make it 2 words
Complete thread -- he spelled it.
Complete thread -- Van Dyne one word or two?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Just a bit redundant (saying 'past' twice)
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- is this sentence correct gramatically?
Complete thread -- He is my favorite too. today being dicey though. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- form
Complete thread -- The entire upper lip, except for laterally, looks excellent. Today, I ...
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- graft
Complete thread -- I cannot guarantee her that all the fat that we <____> will su ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- expression?
Complete thread -- I've found spellings of Bane, Baine, & Baines, but can't link to Renaissance nor chemical
Complete thread -- She has some fine wrinkling in the medial lower cheeks. She has no si ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like Dr. Baines (I did not confirm a doctor in whatever location)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient has been a previous patient of Dr. <__00:15__> her ...
Complete thread -- I would not cap sandstone 1 since the full product name is not given. And, no, I can't
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- S caps? r u hearing DOB?
Complete thread -- is you question the DOB? I won't post it here
Complete thread -- Sounds reasonable to me..sandstone 1...probably the manufacturer's designated color name&#
Complete thread -- yeah. did that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- DATE OF BIRTH: <____> FUV: The patient returns now 2 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m relieved.
Complete thread -- a.k.a., a physician-owned distributorship
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- go with POD, guy. see poi's post above.
Complete thread -- ah, cool. I was finding something similar on a brief search, but seemed to be
Complete thread -- I did find POD is an acconym for pool of doctors
Complete thread -- yeah. i have written pod. thanks.
Complete thread -- well, take my suggestion with a grain of salt. just going by what I hear (still) and
Complete thread -- RENAISSANCE PLASTIC SURGERY
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- what's the hospital name?
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- is new to my pod? "pod" maybe some term they use for sub-departments or something there?
Complete thread -- I rilly lak that doc's accent. :) (seriously, I do)
Complete thread -- The first part is "new to _____"
Complete thread -- yeah. changed that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 36-year-old lady who <____> but has had surge ...
Complete thread -- agree. I'm also hearing "large breasts," not "larger breasts."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I see an acronym FAL (functional and anatomic loading) in
Complete thread -- I think *fought* makes more sense then full or fall..though it is hard to differentiate on
Complete thread -- ok. Thanks.
Complete thread -- It might be fall or full or ?, but I don't think "fought" based on the sentence construct
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. can it be "fought"?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "fall discomfort"...but I've never heard that before. Also s/b large (not
Complete thread -- The patient has always had larger breasts and has <____> disco ...
Complete thread -- Thx.
Complete thread -- I would put a period after well. The rest is okay. IMO
Complete thread -- Is my comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- here?
Complete thread -- with some of the crazy-ass posts around here lately, one can't assume anything.
Complete thread -- shut up, meg
Complete thread -- I realized that - you missed my sarcasm
Complete thread -- also I was correcting maybe to may be, so the rest was just a flyer.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'll listen again.
Complete thread -- Platelet-rich plasma injections for the treatment of chronic Achilles tendinopathy
Complete thread -- PRP injection? ... platelet-rich plasma (PRP)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use any.
Complete thread -- problems with left Achilles
Complete thread -- X is a patient whom I have been following for almost a decade with a right parietal
Complete thread -- What is the patient being treated for?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for the link.
Complete thread -- You got that right. There's a point where I let the OP take over.
Complete thread -- I guess it is recreational therapy and occupational therapy...
Complete thread -- I'm not billybob, but the OP didn't say what the PT was for when bb guessed.
Complete thread -- Definition of work hardening inside...Also, a nice link of PT terms and definitions.
Complete thread -- Great! You're welcome.
Complete thread -- work hardening?
Complete thread -- She had a s/l parapian injection in foot. This guy is horrible to do.
Complete thread -- See my answer above and research "Exparel" - I'm fairly sure that is correct.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is Exparel. Thanks so much, taco.
Complete thread -- I thought of that too, but never heard this MD dictate that. Also, it is shoulder surgery.
Complete thread -- how would wood carving benefit his foot?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Exparel" and it would fit your context.
Complete thread -- extrapleural
Complete thread -- see reason for PT above
Complete thread -- reason for PT inside
Complete thread -- may be wood carving???
Complete thread -- what's wrong with him, what's the PT for?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- MP3 now posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- single-shot interscalene block and supplemental s/l ex-plural infiltration.
Complete thread -- got it and deleted MP3 because patient's name was in blank
Complete thread -- Because of insurance issues, they have not ____ until today.
Complete thread -- Acorn manipulator?
Complete thread -- Kronner?
Complete thread -- I sent in for query
Complete thread -- s/l cor-nator
Complete thread -- oh, of course, taco didn't do any research!
Complete thread -- gotcha, me too (sorta.)
Complete thread -- yea, that's why I put "sort of" what I hear
Complete thread -- I think you're right. But, he does need to slow his butt down.
Complete thread -- yeah... agree, but isn't there more between 'dissection' and 'under direct...' ?
Complete thread -- but I thought he said "4-0 Monocryl" not "1-0" (but I could be wrong)
Complete thread -- I do hear "subcuticular" and for the blank I hear "was (injected?) in all wounds..."
Complete thread -- I hear "for subcutaneous closure" - "was injected for ... (cant get the rest) slow
Complete thread -- for dissection under direct view of the laparoscope (sort of what I hear) ??
Complete thread -- He might have said ischium and I wonder if he meant to say ischial tuberosity
Complete thread -- Marcaine was ______ anesthesia and
Complete thread -- dissection of ______ laparoscope.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like he's correcting, i agree
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- no injury to *surrounding* structures
Complete thread -- is he saying "excuse me" - like he is correcting himself?
Complete thread -- endo tacker - you need to look up capitalization or if it is all one word, etc.
Complete thread -- Thank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- closed using the _____ in the transversalis fascia
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- A point corresponding to the umbilicus and a point approximately...
Complete thread -- ligament and the ____ of the tibial tuberosity
Complete thread -- standard sterile fashion. The ____ was brought to the umbilicus
Complete thread -- Today I have sensitized "pt name" to
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear: I have ____ 2% DCP (not the other way around), but not sure on that blank. sorry
Complete thread -- not sure of blank, but I hear "apply" not "acquire"
Complete thread -- that might be it! - I can hear that now too (and I was wrong about the /m/ sound)
Complete thread -- Today I have __ DCP 2% and asked him to acquire a 0.05% solution at home
Complete thread -- ?To rule out a drug eruption
Complete thread -- the blank s/l it starts with an M - like "moran" or something (tried to hear morbilliform)
Complete thread -- ____ drug eruption (could she be saying the pt's name here?)
Complete thread -- Today I have taken a skin biopsy to confirm the diagnosis ____.
Complete thread -- the detail YOU seem to miss is the OP came back and said taco was *spot on*
Complete thread -- Was not even aware. Paying attention to details a must like OP original 3 word question.
Complete thread -- I wish it would fall off already...
Complete thread -- in an imbricating manner.
Complete thread -- pyramidalis
Complete thread -- in the area of the _____ with interrupted chromic
Complete thread -- suture of 1 chromic was used ______. Hemostasis was apparent
Complete thread -- Sure. Just meaning head comes out first (SM)
Complete thread -- The *vertex* was delivered atraumatically
Complete thread -- and now this thread is about to fall off the page, so she'll have to start a new one.
Complete thread -- She got blocked from replying to poi's post so she had to find someone else to argue with.
Complete thread -- If you weren't so selective about which posts you bother reading, you would have
Complete thread -- Hilarious?, who is it keeps adding posts. Paying attention to "details is a must"
Complete thread -- Telerad was the answer. It always will be the answer. It is short for teleradiology.
Complete thread -- I re-read, ok, see what you meant, glad you solved it.
Complete thread -- really? You might have asked should I insert "and" between right and left carotid findings
Complete thread -- a right total ___ on the day of admission.
Complete thread -- Please ignore - he corrects and is clear the second time.
Complete thread -- underwent a right toe _____ the admission
Complete thread -- doesn't to me. maybe "and" instead of "in"?
Complete thread -- you're telling vlad to "drop it"???
Complete thread -- actually, your s/l was funny BUT good, if one knows what might go there
Complete thread -- Does to me. Occlusion=blockage/clogged up (with plaque)
Complete thread -- you ae correct s/l doughkayshuss = -Tophaceous deposits link
Complete thread -- Yes, I was just coming back to say that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sagittal?
Complete thread -- Weil osteotomy - bad audio s/l chatterbone saw
Complete thread -- tophaceous gouty --- sorry bad audio - thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- appeared to have s/l doughkayshuss LD deposits
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- tst tst Really There's no such thing as TelerayS vlad. link
Complete thread -- CT
Complete thread -- I do think, in light of his atherosclerotic disease, prior strokes both in the right
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...prolapse [This apparently (correcting self)] for a few days at home. She denies...
Complete thread -- presented with rectal prolapse. ______ few days at home.
Complete thread -- Thanks - going to blank that. And thanks for pointing that out.
Complete thread -- 1. s/l "clopidel," maybe means clopidogrel?
Complete thread -- His current medications include enalapril, hydrochlorothiazide, aspirin, _____,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- SI (sacroiliac)
Complete thread -- reports that his pain continues to be primarily located in his buttock, left __ joint
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ?pedicle?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The incision was carried down to subcutaneous tissue and into the peri ...
Complete thread -- Go with whatever you here. This dictionary link shows they are interchangeable.
Complete thread -- There was significant bony overhang anteriorly and inferiorly *especia ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ?footplate?
Complete thread -- In the left ear, there was evidence of prior mastoidectomy with a righ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- lI hear "laser, correction, a #6 endotracheal tube for, correction, safe to use a laser"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained, the patient was brought into the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- whitish coating
Complete thread -- Recently, the patient has had hoarseness and suffered _____ in the sup ...
Complete thread -- Florida. I think that's it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Chambrel? What's the location?
Complete thread -- another mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- TY to both helpers.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I can then
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- correction RE - Telerays,(web-based software service) Telerad=(software) PACS
Complete thread -- thank you SM
Complete thread -- for archives - FRED - Flow Redirection Endoluminal Device - see link
Complete thread -- who might that other poster be?
Complete thread -- correction RE - Telerays,(web-based software service) Telerad=(software) PACS
Complete thread -- hmm, uses exact wording another poster uses daily haha
Complete thread -- "I stand pat."
Complete thread -- you mean.... also shows (instead of also show)
Complete thread -- just noticed i got an extra word "small" not needed of course
Complete thread -- It also show a small small ganglion and some fluid ___?___articulation
Complete thread -- ☝ I am sooo glad to see this. Thank you for posting!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Why did you sign your name as "archives" if you don't know how to use it?
Complete thread -- not helpful - was asking which one it is
Complete thread -- fluid _____ articulation
Complete thread -- ...with some fluid...?
Complete thread -- right, and there's a slash, so can't be WBB2 *or* pie.
Complete thread -- thank *you*! I was hoping you might show up to confirm.
Complete thread -- I'm not pie - just sayin'
Complete thread -- I was the one who posted that thread and my question indeed was whether it's Telerays or
Complete thread -- sorry about that - all I can get it "small ganglion."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WBB2/ taco: in answer to your queston (again) Telerad/telerays
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Complete thread -- gfy
Complete thread -- MRI reports of the right wrist indicate a small ganglion, about 1 cm i ...
Complete thread -- WBB2/ taco: in answer to your queston (again) Telerad/telerays
Complete thread -- WBB2/pie No."YOU" R missing the point. You don't understand the process taking place. sm
Complete thread -- thanks for listening Oasis. Looks like I need to flag it.
Complete thread -- I tried, poi. I thought I heard calciferol but there is an added syllable after. Sorry.
Complete thread -- re-recorded mp3 to focus on second blank if anyone can get it
Complete thread -- thanks for that isgal, fixed my shortcut
Complete thread -- #1 Atasol
Complete thread -- I don't know, sorry, but amoxicillin shouldn't be capped
Complete thread -- Dexilant, alprazolam, _______, niacin, tizanidine, Amoxicillin, ______ ...
Complete thread -- And I see that taco suggested further research to determine capitalization, so she was
Complete thread -- Oops, the teleray entries in the trademark link are apparently for other products (one is
Complete thread -- If you search the trademark link you'll see both trademarks are dead, teleray and telerad.
Complete thread -- I think you missed the point. The OP was asking which one it is, Teleray or Telerad.
Complete thread -- t, it's just a waste of time trying to explain. I give up.
Complete thread -- TACO Telerad Server Software AND Telerays, a Web-based auction service
Complete thread -- Like!
Complete thread -- ikdalm Here is mine,the OP and T posting. on Telerad, Telerays & PACS
Complete thread -- What wrong answer? The answer was "Telerad" short for teleradiology.
Complete thread -- with eval?
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file
Complete thread -- s/l vall or ball pure guess maybe talking about view taken? axial
Complete thread -- Could he be correcting himself: "with a vall" to "this reveals"?
Complete thread -- Patient with known hip DJD is scheduled to
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- The breast tissue was separated from the underlying pectoralis muscle ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Stryker _____ wedge anchor. Best I could do. Stryker is certain,
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- HEMOSTASIS: Pneumatic ankle tourniquet to 250 mmHg to right ankle. ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- I'm off to dreamland....good night.
Complete thread -- may be. i sent with a blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying 3 cc. I find in the archives multiple hits for that (see link)
Complete thread -- I'm sure, as you were, the 30 can't be right.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Alcohol was applied. A total of ?30 cc of Kenalog 40 (he
Complete thread -- Thanks. posted above.
Complete thread -- In my memory I've never heard them specify the amount of alcohol applied. Whereas
Complete thread -- Under general anesthesia, the patient was prepped and draped in a ster ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I still don't think it is "new", but I don't know what it is. Sry.
Complete thread -- I don't think "new" makes sense....and I don't really hear that. Let me listen a bit more.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. is he saying "new"?
Complete thread -- tissue. All lactiferous ducts were excised
Complete thread -- i think he said Alcohol was applied, total of 30 mL, and Kenalog 40 were injected
Complete thread -- I listened again, and I'm still not sure. Sry.
Complete thread -- On the breast, there was secondary nipple that was present just medial ...
Complete thread -- TYSM, Q!
Complete thread -- I find CT scan terminology of "space interval" (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-). wav posted again.
Complete thread -- #2 might be "nasal"
Complete thread -- I didn't hear it clearly which is why I qualified my answer. Better to blank it then.
Complete thread -- There is s/p spaced interval s/l nas-uh bone fracture. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- m hearing the same but 30 cc of kenalog 40 seems kinds of weird
Complete thread -- I think I hear : filling of all the lesions
Complete thread -- Intralesional injection was given to the patient directly within the l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I know you know to change cc to mL
Complete thread -- I think I hear "applied _____ 30 cc of Kenalog 40 was injected"
Complete thread -- Under general anesthesia, the patient was prepped and draped in a ster ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- comma needed?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I see. He was further describing the lesion (the cyst).
Complete thread -- A 1 cm sebaceous cyst of the nose was excised. Lesion extended deep i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- But still provide the longer clip because the sentence is still off.
Complete thread -- I can hear that.
Complete thread -- Sentence doesn't quite read right considering this doc seems to
Complete thread -- can it be "deep roots that extended"?
Complete thread -- deeply?
Complete thread -- Lesion extended deep into the SMAS of the nose and extended across the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Apparently BoS2 says it is recommended to use periods with
Complete thread -- Change back to n.p.o.
Complete thread -- make that npo
Complete thread -- the patient was on n.p.o. status the night before the
Complete thread -- All questions were appropriately answered. Medical clearance was obta ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't think #1 Prolene makes sense. I think he's saying "A ____ was used to
Complete thread -- Monocryl was used for deep suture and externally Prolene was used to r ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he changed his mind to "penetrate the SMAS"..but see what you think
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried down through the skin and subcutaneous tissue t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also s/b "acute angle"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "absence of any". Also I think I hear "There is concha bowl excess."
Complete thread -- A #15 blade scalpel was used to make a postauricular incision to excis ...
Complete thread -- know I shouldn't be feeding the troll, but you don't know how to use Google either.
Complete thread -- The OP was given "wrong answer."" T" Did not research. I don't know how to use archives
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr Bradley Sumrall in Macon, GA (see link)
Complete thread -- in Macon, GA may be
Complete thread -- The patient comes back in today after seeing her medical oncologist Dr ...
Complete thread -- It was already in archives from when you posted it below. Why twice?
Complete thread -- You are " always the initial aggressor by design" and you are tiresome, boring, bug off
Complete thread -- Telerays,(web-based software service) Telerad=(software) PACS. - sm
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack
Complete thread -- You two are messed up. I was clarifying responding to the "added later"snide nonsense post
Complete thread -- OP you had it right. Teleray/Telerad* PACS. with and "S" (web-based software service sm
Complete thread -- sending with a blank, thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- you're welcome.
Complete thread -- Cholestasis. This is ____ and may have some form of genetic syndrome. ...
Complete thread -- since it fell off the board and you want to rehash it...
Complete thread -- since it fell off the board and you want to rehash it...
Complete thread -- just curious. because I thought it was clear enough. thanks for explaining.
Complete thread -- hahaha..still trying to defend your wrong answer even after it falls off the page
Complete thread -- try lower case, "act" as in (act upon (admission) just as op listed
Complete thread -- so annoying. If it were my report, I would check to see if some incident
Complete thread -- he's telling you right there that she described it. how would you "make sure"?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'm not sure why that didn't come up when I googled it
Complete thread -- googling your phrase brings up fibrillary
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l fribulary neoplasm, likely malignant glioma
Complete thread -- I also hear "described" and I think it would be "drug-induced" (hyphenated)
Complete thread -- would need to make sure she actually *described* something earlier.
Complete thread -- related to *a* recent ....that she described?
Complete thread -- induced injury that she _______. If that is the case,
Complete thread -- Adson?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ACS at this time, and exercises to greater than 4 METs without difficulty.
Complete thread -- . At this time, _______ difficulty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- the causes, natural history and ... etc.
Complete thread -- in six to eight weeks. _____ history and outcome of diverticular
Complete thread -- inappropriately placed comment or do you think it's hateful to help someone?
Complete thread -- ha! - that's what I was thinking too, but I didn't want to get involved.
Complete thread -- and it was 2 commas! haha
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi, for that, and thank YOU for all you do.
Complete thread -- Taco thank you so much for all you do on the board helping other MTs
Complete thread -- thanks for trying, new guy, never-heard-of-before instruments "Abson curette"
Complete thread -- Closest I found was a "Sugita" retractor, but looks like it is for brain surgery.
Complete thread -- it is a learning experience and a private conversation, MYOB
Complete thread -- has anyone heard of a *suitcase* retractor? Sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Great! I'm happy for you.
Complete thread -- I found it. It's metaglene. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- sorry - I searched for 10 minutes with no luck; gotta get back to work now.
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- reverse total shoulder replacement
Complete thread -- what surgery is being performed?
Complete thread -- "of the" or "at the"
Complete thread -- Orthopedic surgical equipment: s/l: "Medigun" sm
Complete thread -- There was a small pouch ___ gastric band but did not show any inflammation in the po
Complete thread -- hit wrong key, so far, unable to find "crawn" but here are the "C" from my list smfrom
Complete thread -- Taco Do we have to have another day of your hateful ways. Something wrong with you. - anon
Complete thread -- Taco Do we have to have another day of your hateful ways. Something wrong with you.
Complete thread -- googling [ shoulder test "* and jerk" ] I found "Kim" and jerk test.
Complete thread -- shoulder s/l kin and jerk test
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂ (let's not muck up all the threads today, please)
Complete thread -- Sharing another shoulder testing link I have you may want to save for future
Complete thread -- What about 'cross chest'? I think that's it.
Complete thread -- hit wrong key, so far, unable to find "crawn" but here are the "C" from my list smfrom
Complete thread -- I think it is cross chest. Thanks for the hint on 'cross', waggy
Complete thread -- so far, unable tofind
Complete thread -- cross-check?
Complete thread -- I have posted an mp3 now. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Positive Neer, Hawkins, and ‘crawn’ shift impingement signs are present.
Complete thread -- good ear, Oasis! I can hear it now but I don't think I would have got it.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. I would never have gotten that. Thanks, Oasis!
Complete thread -- I reposted mp3. I had it adjusted some since it is hard to understand.
Complete thread -- That could be if he mispronounces as 'ris-purr-dl' otherwise s/l near-spurr-dl'
Complete thread -- It is a muscle relaxer so it fits the context.
Complete thread -- sound kinda warbling. can repost maybe
Complete thread -- carisoprodol?
Complete thread -- Risperdal?
Complete thread -- I just used heel spur. Was a stat. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- So far, I don't find your s/l heel spine. Might try finishing report then
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: Gabapentin, _____ , tramadol.
Complete thread -- Thank you, Oasis.
Complete thread -- ...it IS okay to me
Complete thread -- "Gets woken" is similar to "is woken," so it okay to me. (see link on "get")
Complete thread -- woot woot!
Complete thread -- How do you do it, taco? Good job once again!
Complete thread -- But patient did have recent stroke, mentioned on body of report. So that's it!!
Complete thread -- YES!
Complete thread -- Thanksk so much for answering, taco! Could be if patient misspelled. I clearly hear 'gel'
Complete thread -- clopidogrel? (Plavix)
Complete thread -- could it be TROM? (said like Tee-ROM?)
Complete thread -- Excision of heel 'spine', left foot. Does not sound like spur.
Complete thread -- Med s/l col-kih-bli-gel. Only positive for hypertension adn motorcycle accident
Complete thread -- Excellent, thank you!
Complete thread -- MCL injury- s/l T lon brace
Complete thread -- it is Telerad or TeleRad (short for tele-radiology)
Complete thread -- Patient is status post total hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- Three views of the right foot were taken and reviewed on *Teleray/Telerad* PACS.
Complete thread -- Good grief, it's a comma, people!
Complete thread -- listening again and it's capsular-nevermind
Complete thread -- s/l calf or capsular injury
Complete thread -- PEAK plasma knife -- pulsed electron avalanche knife (PEAK)
Complete thread -- nevermind. it was last file. done now. have a nice night.
Complete thread -- This is an unfortunate young man who was injured while playing basketb ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has been plagued with this
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant lady who presents with essentially gigantomast ...
Complete thread -- can't get it, sorry
Complete thread -- The patient had full range of motion of his shoulder with no instabili ...
Complete thread -- aw, thanks
Complete thread -- Good going isgal!
Complete thread -- is consistently
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- There was also discussion about starting Ventolin if the fetal heart rate _____ less
Complete thread -- I think you got it! Thanks Q
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ??large (or enlarged) prostate??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. will change it then.
Complete thread -- upper lung nodule (likely hamartoma), CHF, GERD, _________.
Complete thread -- There is no 'neuroforamen'...it is always neural foramen (singular) neural foramina
Complete thread -- I would. Don't think you can go wrong if you do.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no feedback yet. should i change it?
Complete thread -- Since Q is around, I'll defer to her, but is neuroforamen acceptable where you work? We
Complete thread -- I would not put a comma after then, but I would put one after gauge IMO(see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- This image (see link) appears to show there is an S1 nerve
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- no, they are different levels. Here is a link to image of nerves
Complete thread -- comma between 23-gauge and 3.5-inch?
Complete thread -- is bilateral S1 redundant here?
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM
Complete thread -- thanks, poi. that's what I'm getting too.
Complete thread -- ???thickening???
Complete thread -- CXR reveals pleural opacity, which may represent s/l peck-ning and/or effusion. TIA!
Complete thread -- new pictures
Complete thread -- We went over the risks of bleeding, transfusions and the alternatives ...
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- I first learned it from this Board...such as (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Never heard it called that before.
Complete thread -- I think he's telling you to use the virgule symbol ...the slash
Complete thread -- Patient underwent trametinib s/l oblique dabrafenib therapy. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I admitted her
Complete thread -- She has an implanted generator with percutaneously placed leads. It i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a raisin-sized
Complete thread -- I made a simple, fairly superficial, somewhat oblique cut just at the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- For the s/l all I can think of is "cannula" but it doesn't really s/l cannula. Sry.
Complete thread -- it sounds like she is trying to say cannulae
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Don't think it's "a regional"...I'm hearing "the original"
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- omg you are so right. i have not been here for hours ...but Wow.
Complete thread -- A lid speculum was then placed in the left eye and then with the < ...
Complete thread -- more fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Or even the full name in this case, as she may be a well-known gymnast.
Complete thread -- Googling the surname sometimes helps.
Complete thread -- so does that ACT mean American College Testing upon admission?
Complete thread -- *Mahatma that is.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- It still sounds like "full measures" 6 hours after the OP posted. :)
Complete thread -- Ha! Yeah, you rank right up there with Mathama Gandhi and Leonardo da Vinci! What have you
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- *crickets*
Complete thread -- EGD: Distal esophagus showed *tubularity*
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I was at the pool swimming/exercising as we had a lovely bit of sun today!
Complete thread -- This is what I would do and why:
Complete thread -- then what is your suggestion? where are the other comma experts?
Complete thread -- Just sayin' that Q isn't the only one who can address questions like this. Not being rude
Complete thread -- where are they?
Complete thread -- There are others who know punctuation rules, though.
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestions. That helps.
Complete thread -- There is so much garbage on the board today. Just saying. If you posted a question
Complete thread -- not a comma expert, but I haven't seen Q around today so trying to help :)
Complete thread -- I would drop the but and start a new sentence with "I think...sm
Complete thread -- not a comma expert, but I would take out the one after feet and probably the one after
Complete thread -- Does this read ok with all the commas?
Complete thread -- Brazilian?
Complete thread -- There is a Super Omega-X also Omega X Krill Oil sm
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- I wouldn't be surprised if "anon" is just another of the multiple personalities.
Complete thread -- I think you need to review who is actually ruining the WB. I am sure nm appreciates
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂
Complete thread -- ☂ garbage post ☂
Complete thread -- What is your problem???? Someone gave the correct answer HOURS ago!
Complete thread -- Stop arguing all the time, you ruin the word board
Complete thread -- Darlene, you posted right underneath poi's signed post.
Complete thread -- isn't that you standing pat on your answer under my post?
Complete thread -- sorry - didn't think age was that personal.
Complete thread -- POI I did NOT post to you, at all, good gawd!! Wishful thinking poi
Complete thread -- if you hear "admission" where she says "full measures" then
Complete thread -- thanks for making me look stupid ;)
Complete thread -- but you left the original post below
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- s/l ** Breschian ** gymnast - don't think it is Russian - MT9
Complete thread -- footdrop is often caused by a spine problem
Complete thread -- Nope. You're way off here.
Complete thread -- s/l ** Breschian ** gymnast - don't think it is Russian
Complete thread -- OP "4 out of 5," not 4 to 5" It amounts to the same, just phrased differently
Complete thread -- no hyphen
Complete thread -- dang, that should be rein in...now I am looking silly :)
Complete thread -- you should really try to reign in that "independent thinking", it is making
Complete thread -- well coapted or well-coapted?
Complete thread -- This was answered 3 hours ago.
Complete thread -- I think kyphosis perstains to spine
Complete thread -- I stand pat. on my ans. Today or yesterday, Poster said "WE all agree" and poster was the
Complete thread -- is it considered padding to flag a report where you work?
Complete thread -- Why not just list/claim it, with something more substantial than a guess "documentation"
Complete thread -- I think that is now 3-1, with 3 hearing the correct answer
Complete thread -- wav is still there..."act upon full measures". No need to agree to disagree
Complete thread -- are you the same nm as the other nm post on this thread or is this
Complete thread -- we agree to disagree, I listened more than 8 or more times. Wav still there
Complete thread -- I guess you can, but might be written up for "padding" reports
Complete thread -- So far, unable to find AKO, Did find AFO (anke foot orthosis) for foot drop.
Complete thread -- exactly
Complete thread -- Then you heard wrong. It was "full measures" (nobody said "full code" was dictated)
Complete thread -- It was dictated "4 out of 5" - you are the only one misinterpreting it.
Complete thread -- I know what he did,I just felt it should be added as an addendum to
Complete thread -- For me, I'g go as dictated. He might have performed 1-19-16, made a note on chart and sm
Complete thread -- anyway, I sent it to QA and they agreed on flagging it for the doctor
Complete thread -- I didn't understand everything you wrote, but she said "4 out of 5," not 4 to 5.
Complete thread -- I did NOT hear full measures or full code. I heard, it was agree to "ACT" upon admission s
Complete thread -- My doctor is dictating the results of a test dated 01/20/2016 on a
Complete thread -- you can also do midportion as 1 word
Complete thread -- Agree, to disagree, UR misinterpreting, 4/5 can mean it can BE 4 UPTO 5, sm.
Complete thread -- duh. I should have known that.. thanks !
Complete thread -- echogenic foci
Complete thread -- unclear word --epigemic foci?
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- I think lb & poi solved it between the two answers above (put "and" in place of "...")
Complete thread -- on *a* clear diet....and then with bkloli said
Complete thread -- I think he says "monitored with the vital signs, transfuse if (major?) drop."
Complete thread -- #2. He had been on clear diet...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- AHH..makes so much more sense!
Complete thread -- full measures? (like full code?)
Complete thread -- transfuse if remains to drop. ____...he had passed more blackish stool
Complete thread -- fore-measures? something measures. check "inotropes" as in inotropic.
Complete thread -- anti-kyphosis orthosis?
Complete thread -- this is an
Complete thread -- signs ______ made a drop, - endoscopy __________ bloody stool.
Complete thread -- realistic talk with the daughters despite *** wishes to act upon ___
Complete thread -- He has not been using his *A K O* braces.
Complete thread -- I think a big percentage of wags we "through" out turn out to be correct.
Complete thread -- exactly - I didnt want to say I was right, which is why I took a "guess" - and turns out
Complete thread -- I listened closely for 4-5, but she clearly said 4 out of 5.
Complete thread -- ^here's a good example of why wags can be helpful^
Complete thread -- I thought 4 to 5 too, but without a sound file I have no idea what was meant.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. I hear it clearly now. Thank you.
Complete thread -- WAG - peripheral ?
Complete thread -- Then 360 degrees of 'purple' panretinal photocoagulation was applied
Complete thread -- pushed by Larry King on that darned infomercial
Complete thread -- yes, but on a scale of 1 to 6, what would 4/5 mean?
Complete thread -- 6 = can hear at pt's door w/o stethoscope. 5 = can hear @ bedside w/o 'scope.
Complete thread -- oh but I could see where it might be sustaining said fast as below!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- there is an Omega XL
Complete thread -- hear stemming or staining but neither makes any sense. sorry no help.
Complete thread -- any chance "omega X" could be Megace?
Complete thread -- I can hear "fractures" but not really "sustaining", more like "still within the fractures"
Complete thread -- Yep, I can hear that.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sustaining?? the fractures? (not sure that makes sense)
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- , atenolol, tamoxifen, *omega X*, Garden of Life probiotic
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there
Complete thread -- ooh - good job! I couldn't get anything but 'down' but I think poi solved it!
Complete thread -- were significantly scarred down?
Complete thread -- yes, "fill" is okay - I often hear "good fit and fill" in this context.
Complete thread -- Hemispherical Cup with very good anterior and posterior *fill*
Complete thread -- in good continuity ______ we began to prepare
Complete thread -- rotator attachments _____ and difficult to
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- you don't know what you're talking about -nobody is swirling electrocautery inside a duct.
Complete thread -- The source you cite is graded out of 6, this was dictated out of 5 - not the same.
Complete thread -- thanks all. flagging
Complete thread -- I've heard term in cardio, meaning instrument swirlled inside the duct checking for stones
Complete thread -- Probably ok if "clear". Per google, Typically, a grade 3 to 4/6 holosystolic murmur at
Complete thread -- Anyway, it's vague.
Complete thread -- I just found a classification scale with 5 categories... I'll revise my answer to
Complete thread -- Could he mean 4 to 5?
Complete thread -- particulated =minute separate particle (an actual word)
Complete thread -- Some murmurs (I think diastolic) are graded out of 4. I would flag it.
Complete thread -- Murmurs are graded on a scale of 1 to 6 - I would either change to 4/6 or flag it.
Complete thread -- Cardiac: Loud holosystolic 4/5 murmur. Does this make sense? Don't think I've ever
Complete thread -- Nevermind, I found out what it means. None below the vocal cords, only in mouth.
Complete thread -- Just wondering, what does that mean?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- none
Complete thread -- Delivered through meconium ___ below the cords.
Complete thread -- egg whites is a solid food (hard-boiled eggs or scrambled egg whites)
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- also because "salad" is vague and she is so specific about everything else.
Complete thread -- Yes I do, especially because of the oil and vinegar, like you said.
Complete thread -- thanks. do you think it's safe for me to make that assumption about the salad even though
Complete thread -- 1 - I would put the salad ingredients within parentheses; 2 - No
Complete thread -- 2 questions on this paragraph
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 badly particulated. I think he made up that word though.
Complete thread -- A 10 x 30 interference screw was then placed with the posterior drawer ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- and this will extend to the capsule
Complete thread -- Sry, can't get it. Think it's time I shut down...good night.
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic meniscal repair was the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's mispronouncing Verbrugge clamp (bone clamp)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Rotational maneuver was performed using <____> clamps and elev ...
Complete thread -- and.....the bone is displaced and is poking the skin to cause tenting
Complete thread -- The patient is noted to have 3.5 cm of shortening with significant dis ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. hearing it now.
Complete thread -- Not sure, but it sounds like "in back to" ....see what you think
Complete thread -- Suture ends were then cut and then pictures were obtained demonstratin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "There then RTI Biologics allograft tissue was then.."
Complete thread -- Four sutures with eight suture ends were then placed through the rotat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could it be ??and saber?? (I've heard of making a saber incision...and wonder
Complete thread -- thanks for checking.
Complete thread -- Can't find it.
Complete thread -- Large rotator cuff tear, 4 cm x 2.5 cm in the midsubstance at the leve ...
Complete thread -- Okay. I'll look some more.
Complete thread -- no, clearly s/l what I said before. MP3 added now.
Complete thread -- MP3 added
Complete thread -- I find Orthomed has a two-prong capsule retractor
Complete thread -- Could it be two-prong retractor?
Complete thread -- s/l Newcomb retractor? total hip arthroplasty
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Last paragraph
Complete thread -- propagation of chondral delamination.
Complete thread -- of (see link describing it)
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Complete thread -- The patient was then brought back to recovery room and placed in < ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear for #3 "post that contrast appeared."
Complete thread -- #2 to go through
Complete thread -- #1 But it was
Complete thread -- Her vital signs remained stable and were monitored during the procedur ...
Complete thread -- i was way off. i live nowhere near, so i had no way to guess
Complete thread -- That's a tough one...It's Poughkeepsie
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like "pass of" or "passing of"
Complete thread -- a place in New York state
Complete thread -- Adequate foraminal decompression was confirmed with the help of ___(6: ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- How about Midas Rex ? (found in archives)
Complete thread -- Okay. I'll look further.
Complete thread -- but i can't hear that
Complete thread -- Note they spell it bur
Complete thread -- I find Anspach has a matchstick burr (see link)
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Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I hear something like "withdrawn. With examination of the
Complete thread -- The prep was excellent. The scope was then withdrawn with examination ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. u r right.
Complete thread -- I think I hear not "following" but "Finding this in the" ..see what U think
Complete thread -- At this point, we then took a supplied octapolar Nevro spinal cord sti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I hear something like "I feel ___ he was" ...also I hear "then we retired"
Complete thread -- having watched his wife go through similar situation and with good suc ...
Complete thread -- Keeps saying medications and then hold s/l to-10 p.o. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- s/b "are inclusive"
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Complete thread -- basket
Complete thread -- got it - Arcapta
Complete thread -- There was a tear at the junction of the middle and posterior thirds of ...
Complete thread -- Ventolin HFA p.r.n., Anoro, she stopped __________. She was prescribed Breo.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Her? behavior has not been a large problem over the weekend?
Complete thread -- weekend with their aunt and uncle. _____ over the weekend. Listening has, however,
Complete thread -- not really. thanks.
Complete thread -- and does that make sense?
Complete thread -- was hearing "just free"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to be just frayed?
Complete thread -- We then looked at the rotator cuff. It initially appeared to be < ...
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Complete thread -- cleaning out the
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- We then placed the scope in subacromial space, had an obviously downsl ...
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Complete thread -- Although from googling, he may 'mean' "iron overload"...tho I would give him what he said
Complete thread -- I think I hear "iron load as a subsequence." (see link)
Complete thread -- He is C282Y heterozygote and he does not have ____.
Complete thread -- Yes...with and without are both prepositions and the
Complete thread -- Slight typo...strips
Complete thread -- thanks. He is saying TrueTrack test stripes...never had him do that before
Complete thread -- I guess my question was what exactly makes it a prepositional phase?
Complete thread -- some kind of strips? Can't document but s/l protractor strips?
Complete thread -- Yes because of the prepositional phrase I would not use commas. If the
Complete thread -- insulin, omeprazole, Percocet p.r.n., Premarin, senna, __________, zolpidem.
Complete thread -- thanks for the response. That was my thinking too. I just don't happen
Complete thread -- I think this falls under a different criteria, as the
Complete thread -- just curous if *he had a chest x-ray PA and lateral done to rule out pneumonia"
Complete thread -- Also scroll down to the itemized "BUT" section
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- I would think yes (see punctuation link)
Complete thread -- impressive huh? I was so proud of myself! haha
Complete thread -- I won't argue either, but I'll agree to disagree..as I would have
Complete thread -- oooh - "non-restrictive modifier" - aren't we fancy? Such impressive grammar language.
Complete thread -- oooh - "non-restrictive modifier" - aren't we fancy? Such impressive grammar language.
Complete thread -- comma before but?
Complete thread -- not going to argue grammar with you, but I would consider that a
Complete thread -- thanks, this was helpful
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- As this prepositional phrase is not an introductory one, no
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks. would you still leave the one after who?
Complete thread -- but then I would make it worse and add commas around
Complete thread -- I would remove the comma after mentioned
Complete thread -- patient, who as mentioned has no symptomatology at all,
Complete thread -- too many commas? not sure what I can take out
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- Would you cap Physical Therapy here in this context?
Complete thread -- My thinking is that it is both a nonarticular fracture and a radial head fracture...and
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis. Looking up the definition under first hit on Google did not reveal that.
Complete thread -- Cumulative and coordinate adjectives drive me crazy. See link.
Complete thread -- Yes, the boundary. I believe he is referring to the margins.
Complete thread -- Cautery was used to identify the s/l bounds and then an acromionectomy.....
Complete thread -- but wouldn't that mean you could replace it with an "and" and still sound right?
Complete thread -- I'd also put a comma after nonarticular IMO
Complete thread -- Correct comma placement here?
Complete thread -- scored ? (one of my docs says that) severed ?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks - fyi - he asks to use the quotes
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would think "and". I can find no reference on googling to a
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Complete thread -- in vs. and
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- Not the best wording, but I would give it to him IMO
Complete thread -- too
Complete thread -- kinda my guess to
Complete thread -- sealed?
Complete thread -- skeletonized is okay, not so sure about "swirled" - I'm thinkin on it.
Complete thread -- duct was "skeletonized" and *swirled* using electrocautery and checked for stones
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- me neither - listen for "induration" there
Complete thread -- Calot for which peritoneum *of the* surface of the gallbladder was incised
Complete thread -- Also s/b This patient has (not have)
Complete thread -- I would question "ambulation"...it doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- (presents good mobility?) and pulses
Complete thread -- puts the hand dependent.
Complete thread -- patient is cooperative. Extremity __________ nevertheless there
Complete thread -- mostly when he ________. The patient denies taking any
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much!
Complete thread -- It's all good.
Complete thread -- GMTA. (Again we cross-posted).
Complete thread -- Vera's doesn't mention it, but further googling shows the
Complete thread -- I was just coming to say the same - in context of "cardiac index" it'd be a Swan-Ganz.
Complete thread -- I think they are 2 different catheter with 2 different uses. The catheter
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- BTW..I was not contradicting poi...we were posting simultaneously. I will
Complete thread -- Yes. (see link for google examples)...it is a common short speak
Complete thread -- I would transcribe that dictation as Swan
Complete thread -- referencing Swan-Ganz catheter
Complete thread -- Oops, here's the link
Complete thread -- Not all suffix words and prefix words are listed in the dictionary, but
Complete thread -- recommendation that a *swan* be placed to try to better establish the status of his c
Complete thread -- ah shucks! thanks. Though I would have to be a little humble and give
Complete thread -- so, will our new monikers be WBB1 up to WBB7? (word board bully)
Complete thread -- Aw, pshaw... shucks. I was just askin. *kicks dirt*
Complete thread -- But of course! How could we forget poi, the biggest WBully of them all!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- hey! don't forget me! WB7 now?
Complete thread -- oops - no, it would be 6 of us since the OP knew and was just asking for confirmation.
Complete thread -- *doing the happy dance*....see? it is all about winning!
Complete thread -- Wholefartedly - ha! (And with you, that makes 5 of us in agreement.)
Complete thread -- Be careful, lb. You might be a mean, rude, and hateful bully for asking.
Complete thread -- but yet you "through" them out there...
Complete thread -- I agree wholefartedly with all of this. It was a mistake and I would have corrected that
Complete thread -- nm - you DID mean to say "throw out" and not through out, correct?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Great thanks.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- or retropulsion, as the others have said
Complete thread -- and poi wins by 3 seconds!!!
Complete thread -- retropulsoin
Complete thread -- retropulsion
Complete thread -- retropulsion
Complete thread -- That's exactly how I would do it - squeegeeing.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- hedge fund
Complete thread -- C6 and C7 wedge compression fracture deformities without areas of s/l*retro-portion*
Complete thread -- squeegeeing?? Not sure how to put this from "squeegee"
Complete thread -- He previously worked in the __ business and currently lives with his wife in Brooklyn
Complete thread -- seems okay to me
Complete thread -- pain medication s/l pec ins
Complete thread -- premature ventricular beats and *one or two runs* of two to three beats of atrial ta
Complete thread -- Of course I didn't "hear" it - that'd be quite a trick to hear what someone meant to say.
Complete thread -- "He has had he has made" at beginning. OP, hopefully you noticed and corrected.
Complete thread -- There is nothing random about my responses.
Complete thread -- To me as well. "MT-wise," the standard 1:3 Hgb/Hct ratio cinches it.
Complete thread -- Agree and can't imagine an MT coming to any other conclusion.
Complete thread -- Without hearing anything, it was obvious to me too that he meant to say hemoglobin and not
Complete thread -- Taco, did you "hear" dictator; meant to say hemoglobin not hematocrit?
Complete thread -- By the way.Taco I research my responses & post them unlike you, through out random words
Complete thread -- ty-he did say no before malintent
Complete thread -- (I'm not OP, I just meant that I didn't catch that error in her post.)
Complete thread -- right, I missed that.
Complete thread -- but... are you missing the word "no" in there? I would expect there was *no* malintent.
Complete thread -- I would too - it's not a "real" word, but the meaning is clear (malicious intent)
Complete thread -- I would use it.
Complete thread -- use of the word malintent0 use it? is there an acceptable substitution?
Complete thread -- no, dictator said "hematocrit" when he meant to say "hemoglobin" the first time.
Complete thread -- Dictator giving the different changes (rise & falls) on blood draws on the hematocrit
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming, taco.
Complete thread -- yes, the lower values are really hemoglobin
Complete thread -- Good choice. He misspoke.
Complete thread -- No, toxin is not the vaccine, not the same as toxoid; allergy would be to tetanus toxoid.
Complete thread -- He really says 'toxin', but I will use 'toxoid'. Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- Note, recent hematocrit went from 13 to 8.5. Hematocrit dropped from 39 to 24.
Complete thread -- listen for "tetanus toxoid"
Complete thread -- yes, tetanus vaccine - also known as tetanus toxoid (TT), sm
Complete thread -- Under allergies: ...epinephrine, tetanus 'toxin', and tetracyclines.
Complete thread -- he gets a new hair-do?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the effects of some ?
Complete thread -- mental deterioration and ______ medications
Complete thread -- in sort of a flexed and
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- The fingers unfortunately were still <____> contracted positio ...
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Complete thread -- that we had. Unbeknownst to me and the patient, she had...
Complete thread -- These were the only implants that we had. The patient had actually &# ...
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Complete thread -- was out it was ?
Complete thread -- Once the lesion was freed from its cranial bone attachment, a straight ...
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Complete thread -- he was subsequently...
Complete thread -- The hair was twisted and wrapped for this purpose and the patient was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. New dictator. mostly we use heading INDICATIONS where he is saying this.
Complete thread -- The _____ for this patient is as follows ? (most I can get)
Complete thread -- Approximately 1 cm bone mass associated with the left frontal bone. A ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Sutter Santa Rosa
Complete thread -- Can't get it.
Complete thread -- Abdominal pain with ongoing episode, recent evaluation at <____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- both used in the
Complete thread -- The FiberTape were divided and crisscrossed over the top for SpeedBrid ...
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Complete thread -- , arthroscopic flow on/and hot ?
Complete thread -- Meticulously, the synovitis was resected with a shaver. Only a minor ...
Complete thread -- I stand pat with my answer and sources dear"anonymous hit and run poster"
Complete thread -- Thanks for definiton, lemme write that one down, good research!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but contracted ?
Complete thread -- I stand pat. it sure was not "conjoined" as you offered with no source given.
Complete thread -- The capsule was intact <____> anterior and posterior. ...
Complete thread -- You are so rude & hateful ( "t,Taco, Oscar. TIT) WHY ASK if you don't want an answer sm
Complete thread -- s/l contentional may be "conventional" chest CT, This is an imaging term used. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- All topical treatments have been attempted?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "treatments have ?already been" or "treatments have been" ???
Complete thread -- The patient is a 64-year-old lady complaining of constant pain, irrita ...
Complete thread -- Me too. He's very clear though. Thanks for trying! Flagging and moving on!
Complete thread -- I'm stumped.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray and chest CT with IV contrast s/l contentionally show a right-sided TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes I do hear *with this*
Complete thread -- that flipped into the joint
Complete thread -- You don't hear "with this"?
Complete thread -- he also says *a* partial medial meniscectomy
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. old wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- I came in the medial side
Complete thread -- I hear something like "with this, I came on the medial side"
Complete thread -- Grade 3 and 4 changes about the posterolateral aspect of the tibial pl ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "with ____ in the joint."
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Complete thread -- Radial tearing about the posterolateral meniscus <____> joint. ...
Complete thread -- 0 to 135
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "0 to ?155"
Complete thread -- I then performed an exam under anesthesia of her right knee. She had ...
Complete thread -- I think poi is right.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. old wav posted again for this one for reference.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- QA is wrong on this one...but I don't think it would have been changed if you had
Complete thread -- I think I hear "was repaired at 42 mm on gentle stretch"....but since
Complete thread -- pared
Complete thread -- he is saying pared.
Complete thread -- sorry. wav posted for this one by mistake. same word though.
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. thanks. i am hearing paired but qa changed it to repaired in the past
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. That's the flow of what's dictated. ?anoxic brain injury/nm
Complete thread -- Please make the clip a bit longer (should hear what's on both sides of the blank)
Complete thread -- Once the staples were removed, the excess skin to be removed was first ...
Complete thread -- Do you have any more info? What does "the extremity" have to do with her ab pain?
Complete thread -- Fem. collapsed w/ab pain. CPR by EMS. In ER, she was moving (s/l) *by notes* /sm
Complete thread -- Awesome. Thanks for the link. Will note in my book. I had Googled including the word 'prol
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what I was thinking, prolapse area and sector iridotomy area. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- I couldn't tell whether the prolapse happens in the sector
Complete thread -- Here's the link
Complete thread -- He may be saying, "and free up the prolapse and sector iridotomy"?
Complete thread -- Really? I was not able by Googling.
Complete thread -- Also I was able to confirm use of term "sector iridotomy"
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening again, Questyr. I will suggest this and turn in to QA. :o)
Complete thread -- I THINK U R right...I THINK I hear "___ sector" (can't tell if 'in' or 'and', but I hear
Complete thread -- Then 8-0 sutures were placed and copious viscoelastic was used in an a ...
Complete thread -- thanks to all who tried, sent with a blank.
Complete thread -- Since he already mentioned "biceps tenodesis"...I had researched to
Complete thread -- Today, her potassium is 5.2, and she has elected to take Kayexalate 15 ...
Complete thread -- subpectoral biceps tenodesis (SBT)?
Complete thread -- Give it up, t. Polite doesn't work with this one. She's wrong, as usual, but will never
Complete thread -- seems verifiable link
Complete thread -- shoulder procedure s/l SVD
Complete thread -- MRI of May 2, 2014 reveals *blunting* of the free edge of the posterior horn of the
Complete thread -- Oh, please forget I asked. I was trying to be polite.
Complete thread -- Taco in ans.U seem to totally misread/misunderstand I typed it out "Elevate & adjust sm
Complete thread -- Poi is trying to help me record from sound card now. I did not know one could post as an
Complete thread -- Tacoanswer to your question.chondral (as in costochondral)=ribs,=cartilage sm
Complete thread -- make sure it's set to record from the sound card for the best sound quality. btw, mp3
Complete thread -- Power mp3.
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- repair or resuture
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks.
Complete thread -- are you recording with power mp3 or a mic?
Complete thread -- I hear the mp3 repair
Complete thread -- if you want to send me your sound files send to email
Complete thread -- nevermind- A to P stability- now makes some sense
Complete thread -- s/l A to P stimulation? Knee exam
Complete thread -- Questyr was able to hear the MP3 that I recorded via Power MP3 recorder and uploaded
Complete thread -- Wow! So maybe that's the problem. I needed to use Firefox with the MP3 recorder. Only draw
Complete thread -- I used to also before I converted. Since no one can hear my audios, I am trying.
Complete thread -- mp3 came through, but I can't get it...perhaps someone else can
Complete thread -- I recorded again and uploaded.
Complete thread -- I just tried the WAV and it sounds likes the mp3...just microphone noise...I maybe can
Complete thread -- I use Firefox for everything except the Word Board. I open this site only in IE.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what I was using, but I myself am unable to hear the vf and others don't hear
Complete thread -- Oh! You heard it as a Wav? Thanks for letting me know. Thanks for your answer also.
Complete thread -- All that's coming thru is microphone noise.
Complete thread -- I used Power MP3 with Windows 10. It works fine for me. Have you tried that?
Complete thread -- omg! That was an amazing find - thank you very very much!
Complete thread -- 2005 Archives (found on google) shows a 4.2 Cuda shaver (see link)
Complete thread -- Sorry, my answer to you is 2 lines up.
Complete thread -- Oh, good. I am still having the same recording problems. You had kindly offered I could
Complete thread -- I was not able to hear the mp3 and now the WAV is gone...From what I
Complete thread -- Okay, please listen one more time if this time the MP3 uploaded. The s/l is
Complete thread -- I am here now
Complete thread -- can't hear it, can you just give a s/l?
Complete thread -- Having problems since I switched to Windows 10. Their program records only m4p files.
Complete thread -- I need to retry something else then. One moment. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I dont hear any mp3?
Complete thread -- Medial meniscectomy: Doc uses "4.2 coude-tipped shaver" to debride joint surfaces??
Complete thread -- and decision to try to ___ or resuture this wound was undertaken.
Complete thread -- Or just 'sector' iridotomy. I am able to Google sector iridectomy only.
Complete thread -- Were you able to hear the MP3? If yes, that would be great. I thought more of 'sectored?'
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "and stretchered" ???
Complete thread -- attempt to free up the prolapsed ___ iridotomy area from the corneoscleral laceration
Complete thread -- Hello, is poi here today?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- #3 signs change, would start on *empiric* antibiotics (agree w/bkloli on #1, others on #2)
Complete thread -- 1. pneumonia. Would defer antibiotics for now. Obtain cultures, sputum culture, blood...
Complete thread -- #3 ____ changes
Complete thread -- #2 recurrent
Complete thread -- #2 recurrent
Complete thread -- A few questions
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Part of what I here is "_____developed aortic dissection which was repaired." Could he be
Complete thread -- i do hear the effusion but not sure on the pleural part ?
Complete thread -- replacement with ____ of aortic dissection, which was repaired. ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was questionable for (not sure I hear pleural effusion after that though)
Complete thread -- The patient’s x-ray with _________ pleural effusion
Complete thread -- aortic valve replacement. ________, which is repaired
Complete thread -- definitely better answer than mine!
Complete thread -- me too - got lucky on my first google search
Complete thread -- I believe Ceretec is what it sounded like, I flagged it, but thank you.
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Ceretec?
Complete thread -- got it - zero-degree
Complete thread -- drawing a blank: S/l "zeer-dreeden-oscopy" sm for sentence pls
Complete thread -- I am finding they do nuclear bone scans...but can't find anything to match your s/l
Complete thread -- She had a 3D CT scan for arthropathy of Chopart -hope this helps. TY
Complete thread -- what is the pt being seen for?
Complete thread -- She is getting a s/l seratose scan today. Ortho surgeon dictation.
Complete thread -- Left bowel/aortic?
Complete thread -- pelvic cavity. ____ lymphadenopathy
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- that's what I thought too
Complete thread -- thanks, lb - new one for me also
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- Synovasure® PJI & NSA, Consists of tests for alpha defensin, CRP, and hemoglobin in
Complete thread -- check out Synovasure
Complete thread -- Knee aspiration of hematoma - blood sent off for s/l Symvasure?
Complete thread -- you would actually type "Elevate™ (product)"?
Complete thread -- agree with compatible
Complete thread -- #1 -- 8 x 5.7 x 6.7 (he says 8 over 5.7 over 6.7) #2 -- is compatible with
Complete thread -- #2 is comparable with
Complete thread -- showed lobulated _____ mass in the right AND This _____ metastatic
Complete thread -- good ears, isgal - I can hear that (now) too.
Complete thread -- lymph nodes?
Complete thread -- There were positive ______. She was advised (not 100% sure)
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. Arterial-relating to an artery or arteries.
Complete thread -- thinking yes since peroneal nerve palsy mentioned
Complete thread -- s/l arterial injury. Does this seem to fit situation?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- It does sound like "chondral" but that doesn't really fit with musculature.
Complete thread -- Sounds like chondral (as in costochondral)musculature to me sm
Complete thread -- I can hear "future" as well.
Complete thread -- I hear "conjoined" - sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like "future track of the Permcath
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- infiltrated along the _____ track of the PermCath
Complete thread -- still hearing old wav
Complete thread -- major and the ______ musculature was
Complete thread -- anesthetic was infiltrated along the *peach* track of the PermCath
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- trephine ?
Complete thread -- placed and two bone plugs were obtained with *trefon*.
Complete thread -- oh well, gave it a shot
Complete thread -- The fascia between the pec major and the *conjoined* musculature
Complete thread -- if you had read other poster's responses before posting, you would have seen it.
Complete thread -- "Excellent Oasis!!!! Gonna write that one down
Complete thread -- so far unable to find, can post a wav or MP3?
Complete thread -- pretty bad dictator. Occupation is a s/l zoodle
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- IMPACT procedure (Immediate Postnatal Access to Cardiac Therapies)
Complete thread -- Yes, ok, then I'd do Elevate™ (product) Dictator tone/sounds like continuation sentence sm
Complete thread -- sm for more info
Complete thread -- The baby was born via s/l impact procedure.
Complete thread -- maybe was saying ProAir.HFA (for asthma) sm
Complete thread -- didn't hear, but don't think it can be rotund and scaphoid. essentially opposites.
Complete thread -- Bayer aspirin and Epsom salts ?
Complete thread -- She has treated this discomfort over the years with heat and ice in he ...
Complete thread -- My examination today reveals that she has a large rotund, scaphoid abd ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. second wav posted. thanks.
Complete thread -- rotund.
Complete thread -- My examination today reveals that she has a large <____> scaph ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Slocumb
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr. John <____> her gynecologist. Macon, Georgia (may ...
Complete thread -- yeah, that is slang for became scared and decided not to go ahead with whatever
Complete thread -- She was considering a brow lift but *chickened out* right before the s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- breast
Complete thread -- She did have another MRI scheduled, she thinks, about 3 years ago but ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. it is correct.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "repairing" ?
Complete thread -- He had some tearing involving the superior aspect of the subscapularis ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- chewed
Complete thread -- His biceps did demonstrate some degenerative fraying and that was debr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He changes mind to something like "It was not obvious to
Complete thread -- The undersurface of the rotator cuff demonstrated some undersurface te ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- at the very least
Complete thread -- An MRI showed some tendinopathy but no obvious tear. Given persistent ...
Complete thread -- No problem. There are some on that list I hadn't heard of.
Complete thread -- I listed NM#2 because there was another nm posts above, the abc op
Complete thread -- Thanks for sharing, interesting; yes, I appreciate it, I googled sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. it is correct.
Complete thread -- A different "nm" with lists? That's hard to believe.
Complete thread -- link for Asahi Sion trademark
Complete thread -- I thought it was "two little areas" but ??
Complete thread -- well it was on my copy, Scion guidewire (Asahi) or some say Asahi Scion. Here it is again
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- *Asahi* that is (now you got me misspelling it!)
Complete thread -- two vital areas??
Complete thread -- No... what s/l "chee-on" or "shee-on" is just "Sion" (not Asashi)
Complete thread -- She has some wound breakdown in the very central portion of her abdomi ...
Complete thread -- That's what we heard too. But "Elevate" should be capitalized (like the OP had it).
Complete thread -- agree on at least the Asashi part (without hearing it of course)
Complete thread -- if not, google: EDC pregnancy
Complete thread -- the fact that you ask this makes me wonder if you know what an EDC is?
Complete thread -- I guess if you are "verbatim" you'd put 6/7 or 06/07 or however your account likes dates.
Complete thread -- June 7
Complete thread -- I hear --had had an "anaterior and posterior elevate and adjust".
Complete thread -- Okay, now mentions that fetus is more like 12 weeks, which would make sense that EDC is
Complete thread -- Not sure what is meant by EDC of 'six seven'. Can't be a date, such as 6 or 7th of
Complete thread -- I was initially hearing "valvular" and knew it wouldn't work with the A&P, so you might
Complete thread -- guess I will have to flag my second blank. TY all for the help.
Complete thread -- Ty for my first blank... i can still wait for my second blank...
Complete thread -- no, I take that back. Listened on another browser and doesn't s/l vulvar anymore.
Complete thread -- agree with "and adjust" and the other one "vulvar" area?
Complete thread -- I bet he's saying Sion.. Thanks.
Complete thread -- (Asahi) Sion? (was unsuccessful)
Complete thread -- and adjust (probably just means she had it adjusted)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- chronic total occlusion - s/l chee on wire or shee on wire
Complete thread -- thanks, it hit me as odd, because I would think: Black, of Jamaican descent,
Complete thread -- Perhaps a comma before 'from Jamaica.'
Complete thread -- Oh! Cannot believe I did that, spelling aside, is the phrase okay?
Complete thread -- descent
Complete thread -- tenosynovectomy?
Complete thread -- A 60yo female "of black decent from Jamaica."
Complete thread -- Bursectomy?
Complete thread -- I found this:
Complete thread -- thanks lb and isgal
Complete thread -- Yeah, or the patient can't and he is just reading what the patient put down.
Complete thread -- patient out from a right tarsal tunnel decompression s/l something ectomy.
Complete thread -- I'd say your doc can't spell. :)
Complete thread -- Medication spelled out: prop-hfc. Asthma, hypertension, pneumonia, steroid use.
Complete thread -- never mind, go with LB
Complete thread -- now I do. maybe severe memory loss? I would wait for someone else to listen
Complete thread -- CVA and memory loss is what I hear.
Complete thread -- do you hear memory loss?
Complete thread -- CVA something?
Complete thread -- 1. Very severe obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. 2. Central sleep ...
Complete thread -- got it. oropharyngeal phase. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- can you get a better audio? it's really hard to hear htis way
Complete thread -- 7. Dysphagia. Oropharyngeal _____. Barium swallow unremarkable
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pyelonephritis is what I hear
Complete thread -- pyelonephritis?
Complete thread -- Findings are consistent with right _____nephritis (think I hear it but not 100% sure)
Complete thread -- it happens to the best of us
Complete thread -- Thank you - guess I had a brain fart!
Complete thread -- *good was right, of course. You flagged, but for next time. If he's a new dictator, you'll
Complete thread -- "motor reflexes and pulses"?
Complete thread -- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program
Complete thread -- s/l ** Debbin Hardwicks Hearing Program **
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Not sure. otherwise good motor and pulses and sensation
Complete thread -- The patient has otherwise ______ pulses and sensation
Complete thread -- yes - that's what he says and "right system" is okay - meaning the RCA and its branches.
Complete thread -- Extremities _______ pulses
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- Chest ____ expansion ____ and they are clear to auscultation?
Complete thread -- and ungraftable and the _______system throughout its entire
Complete thread -- is within normal limits. ________. Lungs are clear
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 1. to where she went
Complete thread -- 2. referred
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- urgent care facility ______ presenting laceration on the left foreleg. The patient _
Complete thread -- valve type, should his...
Complete thread -- added wav
Complete thread -- The marginal system was small and ungraftable and the *right* system throughout its
Complete thread -- Further, we discussed the valve *tie* should his aortic valve needs replace
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Aptiom?
Complete thread -- anticonvulant s/l apneum
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- because it is also hard for her to breathe (I left out also)
Complete thread -- mouth-breather (according to onelook)
Complete thread -- is a mouth breather, constantly congested with snoring 2. on food when eats because it
Complete thread -- Had a sleep study which showed obstructive sleep apnea and the patient ...
Complete thread -- 4. she bites
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- 1. lesion that has been bothering her for 2 years. 3. smaller. It smells? and it gets
Complete thread -- #2. bites 4. bites
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 56-year-old female for right cheek lesions and ...
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- dependent
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- okay. I was just trying to help you figure out your issue for next time.
Complete thread -- You already guess the 2 units. That's what it was.
Complete thread -- again, if you want to send it to me via email I can try to upload to WB
Complete thread -- Right now I am on hold with Microsoft. He says that this is an issue he has not heard of
Complete thread -- That's it. The injections where to the face, so there must have been 15 injection sites.
Complete thread -- I did try. It recorded, but silently. So that's not it.
Complete thread -- 2 or 10...why not? injected in multiple sites for a total of 30 units?
Complete thread -- uh oh?? 30 units injected but only 2 units per injection site??
Complete thread -- maybe change the option to record a wav and give that a try.
Complete thread -- yeah, I think there is some kind of problem with your windows 10 and uploading
Complete thread -- Yes, I am sure I am uploading correctly. I do the same I did previously with wav files,
Complete thread -- Thanks for the offer! Now you guessed it already. I do have the Option box set at
Complete thread -- 10 units?
Complete thread -- That's it. Duh! THanks, poi.
Complete thread -- 2 units?
Complete thread -- If you can't hear it on the board, we can't either. make sure powermp3 is
Complete thread -- I don't know how to solve this. Sorry. But the blank sounds like t-n-s
Complete thread -- No, I cannot hear it myself on the Board. But I have had that problem with wav's at times.
Complete thread -- when I hit refresh, it is like there is no file there at all.
Complete thread -- can you hear it when you post on this WB board? Are you sure you are uploading
Complete thread -- Poi, I don't know how to solve my problem. I have downloaded the Power MP3 recorder
Complete thread -- no mp3 posted
Complete thread -- PAROTID REGION, 30 UNITS INJECTED, _____ PER INJECTION SITE.
Complete thread -- scratch that please
Complete thread -- front (fore) piece of the nail?
Complete thread -- WAG - 4-nail or 4 nail (like a measurement??)
Complete thread -- The nail plate is stented open with a s/l FORNEL which is still presen ...
Complete thread -- I'd rather see some action.
Complete thread -- It is so peaceful here today, nice!
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- NM. Stare or ptosis.
Complete thread -- Eye exam: Lashes are present. No s/l stare-uh-tosis. Normal ocular tension. TIA!
Complete thread -- apparently you can make words mean whatever you want too
Complete thread -- it reminds me of the "TDS=titrated second dose" post
Complete thread -- it reminds me of the "TDS=titrated second dose" post
Complete thread -- Yeah, that was unreal. I've seen it all now.
Complete thread -- I feel the same way...sometimes it is just so bad, it can't be ignored
Complete thread -- lol, thanks for taking over, poi. I was too taken aback to reply further. I shouldn't have
Complete thread -- sooo...She will take her blood pressure more UP, Master of physical therapy.
Complete thread -- ☂ Not a typo. A passing suture was passed. Link to Quattro suture passers has nothing to
Complete thread -- "the poster"?? Who do you think you're fooling dorame/nm/darlene? Maybe MTP=
Complete thread -- The poster did give option to "flag it" MTP might be job title tranposed MPT
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Not a bad explanation. I used do a lot of EP when in-house, but all of the terminology
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm doing QA & needed to know if what I heard as "ironic" might
Complete thread -- And what, pray tell, does "MPT" mean in this context? I've had dictators make up their own
Complete thread -- I'd probably flag post wav, sinus bradycardia, better than sinus arrhythmia or tachycardia
Complete thread -- S/L "ironic" EKG. Google doesn't show good results for that.
Complete thread -- You didn't google? Proximal BP makes sense
Complete thread -- I think it was a good suggestion. Poster said "I wonder," so...
Complete thread -- How can you say "It's a stumble/restart? I couldnt determine that without a sound file.
Complete thread -- Late, but wonder if passing passing suture is typo? (or not) There is suture passer sm
Complete thread -- agree it is one word "endpoint" What is going on, is they are sm
Complete thread -- Unable to find med (antibiotic) for antiinfection> I wonder if sm
Complete thread -- Google endpoint with "electrical block" (in quotes) and ablation.
Complete thread -- r u from the USA? There is "Savlon" but is not available here. U can order sm.
Complete thread -- s/l soplan to put on incisin site
Complete thread -- various areas for electrical block which was our *end point*. Repeat ablation will
Complete thread -- tiny dermal ? see link
Complete thread -- Approximately a 4-mm incision was made on the lateral aspect of the ca ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- noted not to have
Complete thread -- The obturator was then placed and the cannula obturator system was rem ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- proper tissue
Complete thread -- The elevators were then used to make a channel underneath the transver ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. just wanted to make sure.
Complete thread -- heloma durum in Stedman's Ortho Words
Complete thread -- Painful hammertoe deformity with associated HD fifth right toe, nonred ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Again is fracture with displacement including a large ?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left distal radius three-part intraarticular ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "IPG where the prior impedance lead was implanted"
Complete thread -- EXPLANTATION OF LEFT LUMBAR PERIPHERAL NERVE FIELD STIMULATOR LEAD: A ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and s___? modalities including ice. (I added slowed-down mp3.)
Complete thread -- The patient is a very pleasant 55-year-old with excruciating radicular ...
Complete thread -- i was hearing "and failed modalities including heat and ice"
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient is a very pleasant 39-year-old gentleman with RSD at the s ...
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your suggestions. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- while putting in gas
Complete thread -- tethered
Complete thread -- This is a 72-year-old gentleman sustaining a right ankle fracture on 0 ...
Complete thread -- withered?
Complete thread -- Patient had colostomy resection. Bowel was s/l wuh-tethered. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- various areas for electrical block which was our *end point*. Repeat ablation will b
Complete thread -- how about *to be*?
Complete thread -- not sure about "immediately"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "verifying on fluoroscopic imaging it flipped immediately"
Complete thread -- We then after drilling the femoral and tibial tunnels and passing pass ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- after being struck on his
Complete thread -- This is a 32-year-old male with left knee ACL tear, medial meniscal te ...
Complete thread -- Even a beginner would know never to consider sending something that can't be documented,
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- I hear something with counseling after the 2nd blank too.\
Complete thread -- I believe this would be an example of Darlene resorting to a personal attack.
Complete thread -- exactly what are you talking about? Did you abandon me as an
Complete thread -- poi: infant-toddler-adult abandonment issues then revenge
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you
Complete thread -- No medication listed for hyperlipidemia...
Complete thread -- pravastatin?
Complete thread -- No, it is not redundant... quad can be "activated" passively or actively.
Complete thread -- In first blank, I hear "milieu" something, "psychopharmacology" and something modification
Complete thread -- 2. counseling ______
Complete thread -- Medication help - inside - thank you!
Complete thread -- yes-would use activate (probaby correcting himself)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is this redundant? sp knee surgery
Complete thread -- Plan: MITP, labs ______, medications, one-on-one ____, family, discharge and disposi
Complete thread -- full *something* done and dictated? or...
Complete thread -- ok thouoght so
Complete thread -- Abilify had run out (not had ran out)
Complete thread -- even though
Complete thread -- adding
Complete thread -- still old wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- had been doing well ______ his school performance
Complete thread -- The patient seen for initial assessment. _____ This is a 15-year-old
Complete thread -- that's a good one
Complete thread -- 2. but much less, improved??
Complete thread -- 1. events
Complete thread -- No adverse ______. Still appears disorganized, manic and labile but much less ______
Complete thread -- deformity correction
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't know your answer - but it'd be medial "phalanx" (singular of "phalanges")
Complete thread -- I think we would all agree that nm.needs.help.
Complete thread -- Rituxan? Leukeran?
Complete thread -- haha-I thought they were saying "nm - please.get.help" I was agreeing!
Complete thread -- aforementioned? forefoot?
Complete thread -- and who (messy) might you (messy) be? Is it "wowie"?
Complete thread -- be designated for pathology. The *for meet* correction was evaluated
Complete thread -- drug. Prostate cancer and CLL s/l ru ru a tine
Complete thread -- THAT is it!!
Complete thread -- ??short thick neck?? (see link)
Complete thread -- Somebody needs to talk to someone about their (messy) issues... nm
Complete thread -- Patient morbidly obese "shortick neck".
Complete thread -- Googling showed they are 3 lobes (frontal, temporal, and insular) ...this article
Complete thread -- "golf clap" :)
Complete thread -- the definition of proximal=up is just so w-r-o-n-g! I had no words
Complete thread -- oooh... can I have an apology in quotation marks too??
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- OK, sorry, "apology to you poi" I figured it was Taco/Oscar, as usual.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- me either
Complete thread -- ok, sorry, "apology to you LB"
Complete thread -- Will hear "target (targeted) lesions quite a lot in cardio. example sm
Complete thread -- Please, dont EVEN bring me into this - I didnt post on this one at all.
Complete thread -- That answer confused the sh*t outta me. i'd say more info is also needed from OP- what
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