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Complete thread -- agree, Ms. Q
Complete thread -- Not surprising as glans penis has caused confusion for
Complete thread -- I note that many of the hits for glands are misspellings
Complete thread -- thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- U sent me on a quest! And I found there are glands inside
Complete thread -- that is what I was stating in my OP that google had equal hits on both terms used so was
Complete thread -- It is always glans of the penis, or glans penis. If you google glands of, glans comes
Complete thread -- No. I was addressing that response to the OP's question about the
Complete thread -- Thank you. The hits show 'soluble'..I inadvertently picked up
Complete thread -- glad you have one less blank hey hey, that's a good thing (Martha Stewart phrase).
Complete thread -- pretty sure that was regarding potential low-pressure lung field.
Complete thread -- thanks. I just wasn't sure because he said "of the penis" thanks!
Complete thread -- didn't hear wav but since talking about penis, it is glans penis
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- glands or glans. equal hits on google for both
Complete thread -- no questyr sTFR means soluble transferrin receptor
Complete thread -- you posted below never heard if it B4 Q.
Complete thread -- OP agree, that's what I heard too
Complete thread -- I can't say that I've heard the acronym used b4, but
Complete thread -- If the palpitations occur again, he agrees to let us know. We would want to obtain an EKG
Complete thread -- he agrees to let us know :) Thank you!!
Complete thread -- I've just never heard CTAB before, though it is possible too.
Complete thread -- I think you got it.
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: She says "We would want to obtain an EKG" NOT, we will not obtian an ekg
Complete thread -- I'm hearing something like "palpitations occur or are occurring... ?
Complete thread -- If the palpitations occur again he is to let us know. (or Harry is to let us know?)
Complete thread -- corrected... still unsure of blank though
Complete thread -- yes, I hear that now, thanks
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I was thinking 'CTAB - clear to auscultation bilaterally'. Of
Complete thread -- strokes or heart attacks?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- no idea. Audio starts at asteriks
Complete thread -- I'd think CTAP instead of CTAB (clear to auscultation and percussion)
Complete thread -- Ooooh. Wish we had that WAV to relisten to it.
Complete thread -- serum transferrin receptor...see link
Complete thread -- what does it mean, can't really find good abbreviation sTRF
Complete thread -- I think it is ok. CTAB=clear to percussion & auscultation bilat. sm
Complete thread -- or rub. Carotids normal intensity...
Complete thread -- I see by looking at the posting times, this is almost an hour
Complete thread -- Is the patient on a life machine or anything? Is this a hospital setting or
Complete thread -- I just got here. I'm looking. Never heard this phrase before with
Complete thread -- Lungs: CTAB and s/l potential low-pressure lung field. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes, it sounded to me as if the 2 meds listed were
Complete thread -- good find!
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it! Ty
Complete thread -- chronic migraine onabotulinumtoxinA prolonged efficacy open-label (COMPEL)
Complete thread -- it seems as if these patients are in a research study in Australia
Complete thread -- I've looked everywhere and see nothing. Might be something like (sm)
Complete thread -- sm s/l Compel Protocol
Complete thread -- I saw that too, but the way the sentence reads, it is more of a medicine.
Complete thread -- nm, found it finally sTRF
Complete thread -- STRF? See msg for context
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes, she is saying "CA2". nm
Complete thread -- see link...shows without hyphen
Complete thread -- and 2 (as in BRCA-2) (I don't know about hyphen or not, so ck that)
Complete thread -- metastatic breast cancer, had a BRCA-1 and "CHU," which were negative. tia nm
Complete thread -- ty all-need to move on, sending QA but antiferritin may fit
Complete thread -- "article preview of "Antiferritin antibodies are potential biomarkers for rheumatoid arthr
Complete thread -- antiinflammatory?
Complete thread -- Could be antiferritin...see link
Complete thread -- that's about it. Pat is at Rheum Clinic
Complete thread -- and DMARD medicines are the same?
Complete thread -- On googling, I started to put in adapa ...and at that point google
Complete thread -- typo...heard (not head)
Complete thread -- Whole sentence please? anything else besides RA?
Complete thread -- I head the 'he had' but that sounded like stumble to me, and
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- RA patient on Xeljanz and leflunomide
Complete thread -- typo adapalene
Complete thread -- Thank you both. Tried different spellings. I should have searched Differin.
Complete thread -- I hear .. or rub, he had, it is a normal intensity without a bruit
Complete thread -- adapalene (Differin Gel)
Complete thread -- gallop, or rub and there is a normal intensity
Complete thread -- adapaline gel see link
Complete thread -- "ad-a-lep-tine" external gel for acne? tia nm
Complete thread -- It hear "It"was a (or 'of') normal intensity" The problem is
Complete thread -- Everything you have is what I am hearing.
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Too late, but FYI...but has, again, no overt..etc
Complete thread -- Beg your pardon. I see post below already made that suggestion.
Complete thread -- lenticule..(not lentical) see link
Complete thread -- Thanks to everyone for help! nm
Complete thread -- It's a client template we have to leave as is. nm
Complete thread -- YW! :)
Complete thread -- Agree
Complete thread -- I guess it was just you Oasis. Thank you
Complete thread -- I wouldn't capitalize the "wound care center" unless that is THE name of the place.
Complete thread -- Charcot Restraint Orthotic Walker (CROW)
Complete thread -- CROW (all caps)
Complete thread -- Crow boot (see link)
Complete thread -- best to post voice file for a WBoard to listen. I have feeling "leave out is ok.
Complete thread -- Wound care note sm
Complete thread -- Please, take pity....I was tossing in possibilities of
Complete thread -- Thank you both for the help. The link was very helpful!
Complete thread -- Peak gradient is <40 and mean gradient is <20 for mild stenosis.
Complete thread -- What a powerful research tool, the computer! In my very first
Complete thread -- oops, I meant to type 17...
Complete thread -- I would say 70 based on this link...page down to mild, moderate, and severe measurements.
Complete thread -- Peak/mean gradient of 33/ s/l 17 or 70. I cannot confirm
Complete thread -- New FDA Striverdi Respimat (olodaterol) chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- New FDA Eylea (aflibercept) Injection. Diabetic macular edema. (injection)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- CT scan on a patient.
Complete thread -- some help with eye terms.might try this eye site after your shift to get familiar sm/link
Complete thread -- The syringe holding the desired gas or gas / air mixture should then be connected to
Complete thread -- bed of BSS (balanced salt solution)?
Complete thread -- maybe dollop of (see link)
Complete thread -- are you sure it is Dunlop?
Complete thread -- or unfolded ? (link)
Complete thread -- see link (about the 4th one down)
Complete thread -- s/l abuse might be bed of "host" ?? can post a wav file?
Complete thread -- lenticule spontaneously unfurled
Complete thread -- A cannula on *on air syringe* was then passed through a paracentesis
Complete thread -- The donor lentical spontaneously *unfrilled* endothelial side down.
Complete thread -- It was placed endothelial side up on *the bed of abuse* and roller.
Complete thread -- ????? 'B ray' = pANCA ?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Googling 6np brought up 6mp for me
Complete thread -- sure - reluctant - works for me
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- while I am somewhat *reticent* to do this beca
Complete thread -- we can ascertain
Complete thread -- obvious GI symptoms that ________, though mom says
Complete thread -- typo s/b Fosamax not Foxamax
Complete thread -- Oops..oidkec is me.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NOTE: He also seemed to correct himself, removing "elliptical"
Complete thread -- I think he's correcting himself again and says "don't put
Complete thread -- ?? a small then large Hill-Ferguson retractor
Complete thread -- what appeared to be _____ pilonidal cyst than inclusion cyst.
Complete thread -- ??small __?__ Hill-Ferguson retractor??
Complete thread -- Then, a small _____ Ferguson retractor placed
Complete thread -- except it was a little atypical; there was no sinus.
Complete thread -- The concern was for pilonidal cyst, except
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- before the patient’s prep. ____ pilonidal cyst.
Complete thread -- taped apart
Complete thread -- I am concerned about the comma between
Complete thread -- Buttocks _____.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- that's it. thank you so much
Complete thread -- I find the adjective precoccygeal is one word, but
Complete thread -- second one
Complete thread -- ??Excision of cystic structure, pre-coccyx area
Complete thread -- first one
Complete thread -- ??pre-coccyx area (not sure about hyphen)
Complete thread -- 1) rule out fistula in ano
Complete thread -- I'm finding bisphosphonate (such as Foxamax)..see link
Complete thread -- A few questions
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Diphosphonate correct. MD keeps dictating DIS-phosphate.
Complete thread -- Coombs
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr.
Complete thread -- rheumatology workup: direct Kuhn's Coons??
Complete thread -- lenticule was covered with storage medium
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The lentical was covered with ________ medium and set
Complete thread -- Castroviejo calipers
Complete thread -- wide palpebral fissure. Using _______, it was determined that a 7.5 mm
Complete thread -- I find Pamela M Klein, pediatrician in Pensacola
Complete thread -- and permission abuse situation? (permisson of use situation?)
Complete thread -- Might be Klyne in Alabama. Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I googled...autoimmune hepatitis 6....and google prompted the mp. Of
Complete thread -- vehicle/ ? usage situation (illegal usage?)
Complete thread -- Looks like you did OK..see link which seems to support the phrase.
Complete thread -- Must be it. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- thank you! I Googled unsuccssfully
Complete thread -- possibly
Complete thread -- I see Dr. Neil J Resnick, MD, linked with an obesity clinic? (see link)
Complete thread -- coverage as a result of a stolen vehicle ____ situation
Complete thread -- hyphenated
Complete thread -- Sry I had gotten that one wrong, but glad ltt was able to get it for U.
Complete thread -- 6-MP maybe 6MP (mercaptopurine)
Complete thread -- Pt diagnosed with autoimmune hepatitis was given s/l 6 NP
Complete thread -- When googling, I see many hits for "interposing an entity." Could that be it?
Complete thread -- Cannot find a gastroenterology doctor 'Reh-zeck"
Complete thread -- I settled on cut-mode. Thanks
Complete thread -- In the interim, we are in the process of interposing an *anterior* on behalf of
Complete thread -- dense 'cut-mode' view of the retina could then be obtained.
Complete thread -- That sure is it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- as well as malignancy with anti-TNF agents
Complete thread -- It's there now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- no wav there
Complete thread -- We discussed risk of demyelination as well as ______ with anti-TNF agents
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- I think occasionally the lens may just decenter slightly.
Complete thread -- occasionally her lens may just decenter ?
Complete thread -- Eye exam...
Complete thread -- googling clobetasol compound gives DermaZinc or ketoconazole?
Complete thread -- 2. The patient was given a prescription for a compound consisting of c ...
Complete thread -- Disregard..I see that either GTP or GPT can refer to liver tests. I had
Complete thread -- Except that inside your post it shows ALT/SGPT (so GPT not GTP as
Complete thread -- looks like checking for ongoing liver problem (ALT & GTP)
Complete thread -- You know, based on the text provided, there is nothing to
Complete thread -- No. Turned out it was UA.
Complete thread -- Actually the parasternal port in the article is for
Complete thread -- s/l parasew might be parasternal catheter (see picture drainage placement) link
Complete thread -- s/l B ray may be BJ (Bence-Jones Protein (Urine) -
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- RED FACE - Good gravy! I never even noticed that there. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Click on the Trademark box above.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Where do you do a trademark search?
Complete thread -- Trademark also shows one word.
Complete thread -- PubMed shows Glucoscan. They are usually very particular about
Complete thread -- glucoscans - 1 or 2 words, cap or no cap? Finding conflicting info. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- thanks Questyr
Complete thread -- Dilaudid
Complete thread -- pt with lupus, depression, fibromyalgia, asthma, Raynaud's
Complete thread -- For archive, patient w/CABG, then to *CVRR* (Cardiovascular Recovery Room)/nm
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- "pin-siting device down" also...keep in past tense..There WAS quite
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Questyr, thanks for replying to my hyphen (well-known) query below!
Complete thread -- R U sure it isn't GPT as the patient does have a history
Complete thread -- I sent it in. Thanks
Complete thread -- Can U make a WAV?
Complete thread -- Other 'p' words so far include paracentesis, pigtail, PleurX...none
Complete thread -- So glad it's not just me and I am totally incapable. Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- Okay.
Complete thread -- para-sew catheter (Does not sound like peritoneal)
Complete thread -- GTP, CK, and aldolase I think.
Complete thread -- I just checked again and can't hear any 'cyclohydrolase.'
Complete thread -- At the beginning of the sentence, is she saying, "We discussed
Complete thread -- demyelination control ______ with anti-TNF...I'm going back to listen
Complete thread -- risk of demyelination as well as ______ with anti-TNF agents.
Complete thread -- except if they say met(s), I'd pluralize it metastases.
Complete thread -- Thanks again, Questyr
Complete thread -- came up with cyclohydrolase (not sican aldolase)...see link and
Complete thread -- No prob. U may WELL B as smart as me, mayB just not yet as
Complete thread -- GTP "sican" aldolase
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! New to all of this and not as smart as you.
Complete thread -- See post above..answer turned out to be UA for spot urine test
Complete thread -- to find that, I googled...methotrexate sulfasalazine demard...and
Complete thread -- DMARDs see link
Complete thread -- You'll have to do it manually...PubMed...low-air-loss
Complete thread -- link didn't work..trying again
Complete thread -- since only all the adjectives together make sense, I
Complete thread -- I use google...put in....rheumatology labs and scanned for
Complete thread -- We discussed that given his elevated ALT, initial ______ such as metho ...
Complete thread -- You are awesome. I am new to this MD. May I ask which website you use for rheumatoid lab
Complete thread -- Yes, I do THINK so...UA for spot urine protein.
Complete thread -- Could it be as simple as UA for spot urine proteins.???
Complete thread -- hyphen placement. google and archives have different variation
Complete thread -- Thanks. I get no specifics on this account.
Complete thread -- Positive ANA: We will check ANA, IFA, RNP, double-stranded DNA, Smith ...
Complete thread -- if you aren't allowed slang, I'd expand to metastasis.
Complete thread -- I'm finding they can do a urine array (? verbal abbreviation
Complete thread -- The WAV file is posted now. THanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- Really WAG...Could your s/l 'B ray' = pANCA ?
Complete thread -- Consider that for=4 and may not be connected to spot urine protein
Complete thread -- I'm looking at all the rheumatology labs I can find..so far no luck
Complete thread -- dictated bony mets. Should I expand to metastases, guessing that is what is meant or
Complete thread -- Sorry for not giving more context. here it is
Complete thread -- Yes. Clearly saying semi's. Would scare the heck out of me!
Complete thread -- Can U hear 'array' anywhere in there?
Complete thread -- maybe you will hear different to me
Complete thread -- what is the sentence preceding?
Complete thread -- ??semi's?? meaning semi-trucks
Complete thread -- s/l 'B ray' for spot urine protein.
Complete thread -- Psychologically, his wreck was traumatic in that he was rear-ended and ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- at Clear Vista Drive
Complete thread -- Clear Vista Drive
Complete thread -- okay, thank you guys! :)
Complete thread -- He has been seeing Dr. Argote _______drive. ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- attendant - SM
Complete thread -- ??attendant"
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- In your sentence 'well' is an adverb modifying the verb. But
Complete thread -- he is well known to me. he is a well-known friend.
Complete thread -- The problem with this sentence is
Complete thread -- how would that work for "he is well(-)known to me."
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- try this test for a simple two-word compound modifier
Complete thread -- Yes, it's modifying the noun, medication.
Complete thread -- It is at beginning of heading followed by colon: High-risk medication: ......
Complete thread -- In Tessier 3rd ed Surgical word book pg 1360 found 7 listings sm
Complete thread -- if you can give the sentence, I can answer with more certainty, but yes.
Complete thread -- is high-risk medication hyphenated.
Complete thread -- I guess it was one of those strange misspellings that lingered. Thanks.
Complete thread -- commoningly heard term " exacerbating and no alleviating symptoms"
Complete thread -- I'm finding more for McCulloch
Complete thread -- that's it. thank you guys
Complete thread -- awesome.
Complete thread -- To further confuse me, I found this:
Complete thread -- sounds right
Complete thread -- hematology-oncology, hem-onc?
Complete thread -- hem/onc (hematology/oncology ?
Complete thread -- UPEP and refer patient to 'he-mock.'
Complete thread -- increased ' lambda fraction' on serum immunofixation
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Give way symptoms - a knee x-ray?
Complete thread -- I thought it was McCullough spinal retractors, but now I am finding on google SM
Complete thread -- Please ignore this post. I reposted right above. Thanks
Complete thread -- Pls ignore post right below.
Complete thread -- not sure of 'the recent films.'
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- for the prostate
Complete thread -- saw palmetto (what it sounds like to me
Complete thread -- His past medical history is significant for hypertension, gout, and pr ...
Complete thread -- Great. New to Rheumatology. Thank you
Complete thread -- I will flag. I thought maybe I was just missing something. Thanks
Complete thread -- almost sounds like the word is cut in half?
Complete thread -- low-sensitivity CRP (unlike high-sensitivity) as well as ESR.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- We will check s/l 'low' sensitivity, CRP as well as ESR
Complete thread -- got it, thigh folds
Complete thread -- The child is a 12-month-old girl who has asymmetric s/l fifolds and
Complete thread -- Awesome. Thank you guys
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- I hear 'due to clots (period).'
Complete thread -- I hear clots
Complete thread -- s/l clot to me.
Complete thread -- No comma before stable as it is the verb with the
Complete thread -- folic acid intermittently due to ____.
Complete thread -- Thanks, y'all.
Complete thread -- Yes thanks. I didn't mean to add a capital there.
Complete thread -- got it... somatosensory evoked potential monitoring
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- googling shows antiphosphtidylserine is one word..see link
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. google and archives had some things capped sometimes and not other times
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, no cap on droplet precautions...refers to
Complete thread -- antiphosphatidyl (no hyphen needed)
Complete thread -- antiphospholipid - not antiphons that I know of.
Complete thread -- looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- the way you have it is fine, it is HSV PCR - one test.
Complete thread -- How would you write the lab he is asking for?
Complete thread -- is this all correct? finding variations as far as caps vs non
Complete thread -- I got the 'chronic sclerosing sialadenitis' Thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind. My thoughts are on something else.
Complete thread -- Do you know what the s/l could be?
Complete thread -- Yes. I'd change "and no" to "or."
Complete thread -- She denies any other exacerbating and no alleviating symptoms.
Complete thread -- s/l tile adenitis. Pls. inform if list and commas looks correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for that info
Complete thread -- ty :)
Complete thread -- That's what I thought. Just could not make sense of sentence. Thanks
Complete thread -- trend
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- however, will _________ compared to previous inflammatory markers
Complete thread -- see if any other completed text(get old report, or see if current consults) if not, I'd
Complete thread -- corrected paragraph
Complete thread -- got it! contract-relax stretching
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying, or if I have it typed right
Complete thread -- placement of a gas bubble in retinal surgery is very common. google
Complete thread -- There was a lot of blood so he placed a “gas bubble” in an effort to keep the blood f
Complete thread -- It he said lateral, I'd make it lateral. Apparently, there are
Complete thread -- Thanks!!! :-)
Complete thread -- ex fix slang for external fixator
Complete thread -- Infectious disease consult - patient with syndesmosis/closed reduction
Complete thread -- patient with lateral tear
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- pressure in each eye 24 and 26 first time, then 16 and 14 on a repeat test.
Complete thread -- Not sure why this posted TWICE. lol Please see below entry. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Help with anterior segment eye exam?
Complete thread -- Help with anterior segment eye exam?
Complete thread -- okay thanks! I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think he is just spelling "s-e-r-o-u-s"
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- steinstrasse. Type: Term Pronunciation: st¨©n¡ästra-se. Definitions: 1. A complication of ex
Complete thread -- new to acct, unsure I am hearing right, and have blank
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- One, just as it is on the bottle.
Complete thread -- would you write it as one word or two?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- This could be due to adhesions or
Complete thread -- Suspect small-bowel obstruction. ________ in relation to prior hernia
Complete thread -- She drinks a vitaminwater a day. Cap vitaminwater? It's a brand but uncapped on bottl
Complete thread -- left-sided neglect?
Complete thread -- cantharidin, ------ extract from the blister beetle
Complete thread -- 1. I explained that molluscum contagiosum is a form of viral warts tha ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Do you know the city? nm
Complete thread -- s/l dr coberg delly
Complete thread -- I'm on the run...but might be something like 'Sensory neglect.' see link
Complete thread -- Got it, I think! Collateral circulation.
Complete thread -- Peripheral vascular disease
Complete thread -- s/l ess-ee is neglect and arm weakness. TIA!
Complete thread -- Don't use it if you're not sure. Flag instead.
Complete thread -- there is a connection of DVT and lupus (short name for systemic lupus erythematosus)
Complete thread -- Will use that. Thanks
Complete thread -- Exactly. I thought too it must be first name only.
Complete thread -- was that it? any other info?
Complete thread -- I'd bet DVT
Complete thread -- I'd flag, maybe its Dr. Inez (first name only), not enough info.
Complete thread -- All that is given is a diagnosis of lupus and Sjögren’s. Thanks
Complete thread -- cannot find an endocrinologist that s/l Dr. Inez anywhere. Must be Florida or Alabama
Complete thread -- Might be DVT=deep venous thrombosis, but need more info sm
Complete thread -- I can't determine what "DVP" would be in this context, so would need more info.
Complete thread -- Is DVP correct?
Complete thread -- That's it. Very tired today and have to work late into night.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- cytopenia, and need for q. 6 month CBC and CMP, as well
Complete thread -- . The risk of nausea and retinal toxicity, cytopenia ___ q. 6 month ...
Complete thread -- radiologic?
Complete thread -- serologic and "ergologic" evaluation
Complete thread -- now, not not :)
Complete thread -- thank you! I can not hear that :)
Complete thread -- arriving at his apartment,
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly. Audio starts at asteriks
Complete thread -- with ballottement?
Complete thread -- Exam showed tenderness along the medial retinaculum and lateral plica. ...
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- Thank you, nm
Complete thread -- suction effect (not affect)
Complete thread -- chloroquine probably
Complete thread -- reports morning stiffness and is intolerant of Plaquenil and s/l co-rah-quin
Complete thread -- Go to middle of the 2nd paragraph on the 1st hit.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- see link about grounding the patient
Complete thread -- okay... thanks. Wish I knew what he meant by that LOL!
Complete thread -- exactly what it sounds like to me.
Complete thread -- Ah, I see. Thank you for that helpful info.
Complete thread -- grounded???
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS 2 (page 343) or BoS 3 (page 109) they
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- hot biopsy
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- I don't think so. Not a med. She has not had *a DEXA* in many years.
Complete thread -- I always put those question marks in (). i.e., seronegative (?) erosive
Complete thread -- Dictated: The patient is seronegative question mark erosive arthritis.
Complete thread -- That's it! THanks.
Complete thread -- what link? I found zilch? Actually, your context, it is most likely a DEXA (scan)
Complete thread -- Pt with rheumatoid arthritis and PMR: medication s/l adexa
Complete thread -- thanks, Also, MTs may also hear second name QVA149 (Utibro Breezhaler)
Complete thread -- thanks now i can get some more with your help
Complete thread -- I can't get the rest.
Complete thread -- she stumbles on the 'with'..I think she replaces it with the 'when'
Complete thread -- with when he gives himself a hug....(so far, going back for more)
Complete thread -- protraction when he gives himself a hug and when he shrugs, his ? towards each
Complete thread -- Range of Motion: He has full range of motion with forward flexion, hor ...
Complete thread -- Glad we finally got it.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- ??that sound from her report as though they may have..etc ??
Complete thread -- sounds (shown?)from her report which shows (referring to a third party report like
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr.
Complete thread -- that "sound from her report which says" they may...??
Complete thread -- Will check a chest x-ray
Complete thread -- issues (period).
Complete thread -- lacks any sinus or pulmonary issues _____ . We will check
Complete thread -- It sounds like tests/plan to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think that is it. New doc.
Complete thread -- heading of tests (colon)?
Complete thread -- wav file. It is probably some punctuation thing but I can't make it out
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- He underwent a s/l urodiagnostic evaluation for gross hematuria.
Complete thread -- To: billybob I had occasion to use the Normal Labs box the other day and
Complete thread -- Nevermind, ESL doc saying "early." thanks.
Complete thread -- I did find it afterward. I posted the "Ah" to let U know. But, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Lyme titer came back positive and positive for "alley" Lyme. TIA nm
Complete thread -- Novartis
Complete thread -- link for Q
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- OP said it is not a word and asked, "would you give him uncopable?". I answered.
Complete thread -- Ah, it is a medication used outside the U.S.
Complete thread -- Not sure on your s/l but it is 85 cc (volume, not fluid)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help!
Complete thread -- I can't document either Ultibro or Ultipro at FDA. Where did
Complete thread -- Exactly, so that is why she needs to do it the way her account prefers it and
Complete thread -- Ultibro
Complete thread -- or maybe doc just came up with that "word" because s/he couldn't think of the right word.
Complete thread -- Medication "Ultipro" for respiratory condition.
Complete thread -- Depends entirely on her account also. I could never change that "nonword" especially
Complete thread -- pelvic ultrasound: there is "brittle seen" to the ovary, no free fluid. sm nmnm
Complete thread -- I disagree. Just because a word is not in the dictionary, that does not
Complete thread -- or 'unmanageable'. I just don't see using a nonword when there are real words that work.
Complete thread -- I had typo...so (not no) copeable and uncopeable
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- It was late. I liked it as well. Gives me something to consider for next time.
Complete thread -- Apparently we keep the 'e'..no copeable and uncopeable see link
Complete thread -- I would change it to "unbearable" unless you are "strict" verbatim.
Complete thread -- :) thank you! :)
Complete thread -- When using suffixes and prefixes, as long as you follow
Complete thread -- uncopable -
Complete thread -- I'm finding both roman and arabic apparently due to such reasons given as
Complete thread -- thank you both! :)
Complete thread -- Tanner II (not too) (think roman, but may be arabic). Will check.
Complete thread -- Tanner II, (early) .. I think I hear "early"
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I have no idea
Complete thread -- late, but could do s/m
Complete thread -- Also he says "against a school district is" (no 'there')
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you. I did not use the period though because that makes the 1st sentence
Complete thread -- What a mess. If I were not permitted to edit, this is what I would do -
Complete thread -- likely. From physical ... (only change I'd make IMO)
Complete thread -- condition precedent?
Complete thread -- school district there is a _____ precedent commencement
Complete thread -- I one time heard 'eggs in the ear' for exanthema LOL
Complete thread -- yikes. I am lost as to punctuation here.
Complete thread -- that's what I heard too, but it makes me feel like I'm hanging
Complete thread -- Actually, I believe the Doc dictates 'parenthesis' before 'plaintiff'
Complete thread -- ha, ha... I heard antelopes. Sort of laughing at myself right now.
Complete thread -- I also hear parenthesis after 'in that eye"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- breathing sounds in all lobes.
Complete thread -- wav file - Chest: Clear breathing sounds, ____. In for chest pain and syncope.
Complete thread -- ye, that.
Complete thread -- reports that after a trailer
Complete thread -- ?...that a trailer crank kicked back
Complete thread -- reports ___ after a trailer crank kicked back
Complete thread -- Need WAV or s/l.
Complete thread -- FYI PubMed shows PCIOL can be done as one (without space)
Complete thread -- plaintiff truck driver reports ______ trailer claimed kicked back
Complete thread -- GOT it! Cystotome! :)
Complete thread -- Phaco/PC IOL iStent, right eye (procedure)
Complete thread -- I have dumped and come back in twice, but I'm still only
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- working him up
Complete thread -- Eye clinic note ..
Complete thread -- a few problems 1) I think in your post there is a word(s)
Complete thread -- still two words, as far as I know
Complete thread -- is neuroforaminal acceptable now? or just neural foraminal?
Complete thread -- the new drug
Complete thread -- She feels that she needs to recline at times and is unable to frequen ...
Complete thread -- He has been tried on _____ Brintellix for depression is presently on ...
Complete thread -- using white LEDs as a light source for GI endoscopes
Complete thread -- entire colon are examined using a flexible lighted instrument called a colonoscope
Complete thread -- nice of you to share sample reports with coworker, yep
Complete thread -- High-Definition White-Light (HDWL) Colonoscopy
Complete thread -- Olympus??
Complete thread -- Okay. Know too that I just checked many pages in the archives for
Complete thread -- You're so sweet. Thank you so much for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- went thru 20 pages of wildcard phrases....Uncle.
Complete thread -- Ok. Thank you. Not ESL.
Complete thread -- I did GI for MANY years...they NEVER called it light-up..Is it an ESL doc?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q....Wonder if light-up would fit here.
Complete thread -- ??lighted??
Complete thread -- ??fiberoptic??
Complete thread -- I'm searching wildcard phrases...so far 'video' is the closest
Complete thread -- flexible s/l lad-up colonoscope was introduced. TIA!
Complete thread -- Have a great evening, and thanks again.
Complete thread -- At least this one was easier. ;) Yw.
Complete thread -- Yes! Must be it. Patient went to Mayo Clinic. You are something else! Thank you.
Complete thread -- ??Mayo note could not"
Complete thread -- Well I'm glad you felt confident about it. And I hope I
Complete thread -- What's making me hesitant is, having seen the pictures
Complete thread -- Lol. Thanks, Questyr. You crack me up. I erased it since I was pretty sure that was it.
Complete thread -- ..bilaterally that per the _____ notes could not be attributed...
Complete thread -- I tried to relisten, but the darn thing is gone...but sound from
Complete thread -- I think I hear..morphea-like lesions that come from her port...let
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I'm not completely convinced the QA got
Complete thread -- The still iffy part is, I think: ...that sound from her report as though....
Complete thread -- I hear morphea-like lesions too.
Complete thread -- Since morphea and lichen are 2 types of lesions and
Complete thread -- I listened to the pronounciation, which his different than 'lesions'. So I am sure on that
Complete thread -- corrected report back from QA:
Complete thread -- corrected report back from QA:
Complete thread -- I think it really is morphea-like lesions. Will post wav whenever this is confirmed ....
Complete thread -- for the archives morphea-lichen
Complete thread -- I forgot the hyphen
Complete thread -- oops see link
Complete thread -- Morphea lichen see link.. also ?as though there may have been?
Complete thread -- morphea-like lesions that '_____ come from her port' as though
Complete thread -- That makes sense too.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- see link...says to monitor every 4 weeks
Complete thread -- standing lab order
Complete thread -- ??see-in-a-month order??
Complete thread -- Lol. Hope you hear it now.
Complete thread -- Forget that. I had turned off my speaker.
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing a WAV. I checked and even dumped out and
Complete thread -- I can give you the s/l, but since the wav is posted, I don't want to mislead with what
Complete thread -- Oh good and yw.
Complete thread -- Is there a s/l?
Complete thread -- I do hear dyspepsia. Once I did, I recognized there is no 'gets' in there. Thanks for
Complete thread -- Okay...but the way the sentence is put together...
Complete thread -- She is given ____ lab order today
Complete thread -- Dyspepsia is it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Think it is Pepcid..see link
Complete thread -- or dyspepsia? (or gets-pep-cele)
Complete thread -- 'pep-cele' with the methotrexate?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Lidoject see link
Complete thread -- Foley catheter was placed after instillations of 10 mL s/l lido-jet syringes. TIA!
Complete thread -- okay ... gonna send to QA. Been in report for almost 2 hours =/ THANK YOU GUYS!!!
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- oh man! a 'Fick' question & I missed it! (I would've guessed 'Fick' from the context!)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- He says it then spells it!
Complete thread -- wav...see new thread above..this one was too messy to
Complete thread -- wav..I got another blank filled in on that one below. You'll love it.
Complete thread -- LOL! okay!
Complete thread -- thanks so much!! I have been in this report forever keep have the "too long in your Q"
Complete thread -- I get off at 4:30 (EST) but just happened by, so hopefully I helped some. gave a good one!
Complete thread -- Oh, it's done. I'll stop then. I'm sooo glad you were still about.
Complete thread -- Got it, believe it is torsades, form of polymorphic ventricular tachycardia. nm
Complete thread -- U need to correct to left VENTRICULAR end-disastolic etc
Complete thread -- where pessure was recorded (period). He says period a lot.
Complete thread -- mitral valve. Cardiac output was then measured by
Complete thread -- Q - thanks for the help on the below Dr. Choie report. He's a total trainwreck, but
Complete thread -- (not femoral artery) see message
Complete thread -- Pt. became cyanotic, apparently coded; developed (s/l) autositis (ortositis) after/sm
Complete thread -- demonstrating hardly any pressure gradient across the mitral valve.
Complete thread -- pulmonary capillary wedge pressure was done, demonstrating
Complete thread -- don't feel bad, his jobs are usually swiss cheese.
Complete thread -- At the juncture, a ?tributary catheter was introduced etc.
Complete thread -- left pulmonary artery
Complete thread -- ?Next a 7-French thermodilution Swan-Ganz catheter
Complete thread -- My sample of his cath -he is a MESS
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks! I posted an MP3 for more blanks and have another wav as well
Complete thread -- 3rd blank is - next, the left coronary
Complete thread -- Essentially for the left coronary 'injection'
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- OP, do not use 'critical lungs'..go with gapjoj's recommendation of
Complete thread -- Henry Chen, MD, is a cardiologist in california - but not in our database. you were right
Complete thread -- posted MP3 as well to continue with some more blanks. I have also another wav when 1st
Complete thread -- first blank - Patient is here for ____ CAD, 2nd blank, hypertension....next paragraph
Complete thread -- wait a minute, not sure that is right.
Complete thread -- doctor is "Elbert Chang" not Henry Chen -
Complete thread -- oh thank goodness LOL! I am struggling with this one =/
Complete thread -- Thank goodness you are still here. I don't feel very
Complete thread -- the blank before risks and benefits, he is just saying "next" like next paragraph
Complete thread -- this is the procedure report... this is what I have so far... swiss cheese. New to acct
Complete thread -- What procedure is he about to do?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- #2 I think he's actually saying "(Next paragraph). The risks etc
Complete thread -- #1 Patient is here for ?critical lungs, CAD. #2 Next, the risks
Complete thread -- sorry, here is dictation
Complete thread -- unable to make out the beginning. SS helper acct 354??
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Would think he is saying commensurate.
Complete thread -- does the word commenced make sense in this sentence?
Complete thread -- oh plz, could be a run on sentence, ya think? they do it all the time. Think,
Complete thread -- A guess. wonder if perhaps psych pt, found this disorder mephisto, (phobia)sm
Complete thread -- Exactly.
Complete thread -- Thot you'd like to know...see link
Complete thread -- what????
Complete thread -- You don't know it is correct. RA is not the same as eczema, for one thing. Perhaps you are
Complete thread -- Disregard..the ASA 2 explanation fits better
Complete thread -- uh huh, uh huh, "danger, danger" FDA and all that.
Complete thread -- UR looking for excuse. This is what U should have posted, U didn't & pertinent sm
Complete thread -- for future reference, the key context here was that it was preop.
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear it :)
Complete thread -- Soooo good!
Complete thread -- day 1, she remained afebrile. Vital...
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- All true. Only brought the additional info to the OP's
Complete thread -- considering the diagnosis, google shows an ESR would
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- I know what context is... the 1st helper's response was very broken english and I didn't
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- context=what being seen for, current problem.
Complete thread -- ASA as in American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Physical Status classification 2
Complete thread -- meant to change it to Bookwalter...
Complete thread -- a guess Bekhterev test sm
Complete thread -- They are planning surgery. Agree with ASA, as above person said.
Complete thread -- Bookwalter?
Complete thread -- thanks! I think I'll have to flag it.. :)
Complete thread -- it is its own paragraph. after exam and before assessment and plan.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- found Mephisto shoes, but really odd placement to list there so probably not it
Complete thread -- ?Buchwalter? see link
Complete thread -- vascular?
Complete thread -- lumbar spine films
Complete thread -- ?Bakody sign? see link
Complete thread -- Topamax, acyclovir, "myphisto," Niaspan, diclofenac, Vicodin. Pt with back pain. ty!
Complete thread -- "Buck Walter post" sm
Complete thread -- didn't feel like turning caps off
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- whoa, Nellie. You don't need to shout.
Complete thread -- helper is asking you to give us more info.
Complete thread -- agree with nm. need more info from you.
Complete thread -- CAN YOU PROVIDE ANY ADDITIONAL CONTEXT?
Complete thread -- anyone???
Complete thread -- s/l back-o-tee sign
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- A bit more info/hints to hang on to this abbreviation, can post more text
Complete thread -- ESL doc, after exam states what s/l ESA is 2. Past reports show variety (sm)
Complete thread -- minimal?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Meanwhile, sacroiliitis is most likely part of his ....
Complete thread -- word before sacroiliitis-nakes no sense to me
Complete thread -- perhaps not familiar how many products/meds/op techiques are used and
Complete thread -- Thanks, that was helpful. I can leave the abbreviation as is.
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- I hear "for agenesis of the biliary system."
Complete thread -- agenesis of
Complete thread -- verifying I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- If you are able to use the abbreviation without
Complete thread -- I don't see any of that in the OP's original post>?
Complete thread -- so you found a meaning for VBM, not sure that answers the question.
Complete thread -- make that mean (not means)
Complete thread -- thanks on both accounts it is supression of scalp edges
Complete thread -- VBM measures recognition memory for WORDS. Fifteen words
Complete thread -- good thought, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- caution
Complete thread -- wonder if VMTBM=verbal memory test battery means.....as
Complete thread -- yep - and that first sentence doesn't make sense to me either.
Complete thread -- thank you (and for the link)
Complete thread -- maybe "waiting for the placement (?) of the scalp...
Complete thread -- I also vote for uncomplicated - just sounds better to me, but I could be
Complete thread -- just as an aside...s/b low-average range
Complete thread -- the first sentence doesn't make sense? waiting for the place of the... ?
Complete thread -- well, maybe roll since you have roll before that.
Complete thread -- I am finding that VMT=verbal memory test...still working on BM
Complete thread -- free bone flap not roll flap
Complete thread -- Midas Rex craniotome
Complete thread -- should be MIdas Rax using ____
Complete thread -- A bicoronal incision was made waiting for the place of the scalp edges ...
Complete thread -- I would think "acute uncomplicated"..phrase is common..see
Complete thread -- I'm glad that '? possibly' wasn't too late for your report.
Complete thread -- psychological testing "s/l vmtbm was consistent with her estimated premorbid level"
Complete thread -- But it at least explains why we both hiccupped on the
Complete thread -- We sure did! I hear chips now too. Funny how we "pooped" in almost exactly the same way.
Complete thread -- ESL, cannot tell if "and complicated" or "uncomplicated" sm plse
Complete thread -- :) all good. I am re-listening to entire report now. I do hear that now :)
Complete thread -- something fishy about that "med"
Complete thread -- I'm afraid we 'pooped' on #2, o. :'(
Complete thread -- The OP had the first mention of prostatic tissue correct...I do
Complete thread -- Absolutely...(Boy did we miss that one!)
Complete thread -- #2 prostatic chips
Complete thread -- Typo..Note tho it is NOT a medication, not listed at FDA..etc
Complete thread -- I was just about to post, 'Boy, R we good!'
Complete thread -- wow - great minds, huh? - but you beat me by 1 second
Complete thread -- 1 - as far as (?) 2 - tissue was (or tissues were?)
Complete thread -- #1 ??as far as the?? #2 tissues were (or tissue was?)
Complete thread -- Scan down to ASSESSMENT for description with 'ruddy'
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- ??ruddy?? see link..also ? R U sure 'is' is not really 'with'?
Complete thread -- Note tho it is NOT and medication, not listed at the FDA...is
Complete thread -- skin exam
Complete thread -- just dictator phrasing, I'd go with it, She knows what it means, don't mess W/HER report.
Complete thread -- agree, I missed seeing that, was concentrating on s/l & was late night & in hurry
Complete thread -- agree "nm"
Complete thread -- s/l epitrex is correct =help to stop eczema flare-ups sm
Complete thread -- agree. "anyone other than the doc know? - than or and"
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ahh good, glad you got it.
Complete thread -- sent off the field
Complete thread -- got it, were sent off the field.
Complete thread -- if dictated, I'd put it. Which to me, means, "includes", but MAY B other issues not listed
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Wow...
Complete thread -- w/o any more context, guess is clopidogrel?
Complete thread -- Medication
Complete thread -- Same here. I always feel if I just tried a bit harder, I could get it, and always assume
Complete thread -- I love it when they can't get something too, makes me feel good.
Complete thread -- W/o seeing and doing exam, how would anyone other than the doc know?
Complete thread -- QA also flagged my ___ dermatitis question below.
Complete thread -- article re intoeing gait in children pg 361 2nd paragraph uses "than"
Complete thread -- I could not find it. I always thought it was in BOS. It was a big no-no where I used to
Complete thread -- Where I work it is an account spec to leave it out. Don't know that BoS addresses it.
Complete thread -- more external than internal rotation - I'd say than.
Complete thread -- I haven't seen anything about that. I always put it as:
Complete thread -- Google: "mayfield head clamp"
Complete thread -- refer back to OP's question
Complete thread -- suggest: Nutropin
Complete thread -- Is there a rule in the BOS about omitting the verb after a heading?
Complete thread -- and,
Complete thread -- The patient is noted to intoe when she walks and has a foot-thigh angle of zero
Complete thread -- methylphenidate is used with Prader-Willi syndrome
Complete thread -- metoprolol
Complete thread -- med s/l metofenolate and metropin
Complete thread -- rheumatoid arthritis med s/l epitrex
Complete thread -- I flagged as I could not hold it up any longer. I think part of the word was missing too.
Complete thread -- local?
Complete thread -- s/l some part of word is clipped off ... ends in "...cal" dermatitis - focal?
Complete thread -- gold?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I thought occult or adult. Just not sure
Complete thread -- old?
Complete thread -- the 2nd blank is "ellik'd" (evacuated using an Ellik bladder evacuator)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- All _____ bleeding was controlled with
Complete thread -- got it - which has not been done yet
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- celiac and thyroid serologies _____ has been done yet
Complete thread -- The patient "is" a newly diagnosed diabetic, not "has."
Complete thread -- doubt PET clamp & Midas Rex is a drlll. But, as suggested, prob "head" clamp. a
Complete thread -- choreiform= repetitive and rapid, jerky, involuntary movement
Complete thread -- There are a large number of pneumonias and I looked at many lists/articles
Complete thread -- The patient has a newly diagnosed diabetic. The patient also has cont ...
Complete thread -- Yup! Just found it...Thx so much!
Complete thread -- beta?
Complete thread -- Rapid Strep negative. ___ (s/l BT) Strep culture pending.
Complete thread -- Oooh, wonder if that's it!
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks so much for giving me your time and brain ...
Complete thread -- I think that's a good idea.
Complete thread -- ??chronic pneumonia??
Complete thread -- Chlamydophila (or Chlamydia) pneumoniae?
Complete thread -- No, it was not mentioned in the DX, as the pt. expired. Here's what t ...
Complete thread -- Is this in the list of diagnoses? If not, what is the sentence?
Complete thread -- I've got a patient who has multiple medical problems. The thing I can ...
Complete thread -- could U B hearing ??Midas Rex cranial drill??
Complete thread -- can you give us the exact sentence where you are hearing the term is used?
Complete thread -- actually, I would have blanked "something" here, not give her what she wants. It didn't
Complete thread -- Midas Rex... but that is not a "film" ??
Complete thread -- 'Here's something about Midas Rex..see if it would be used in your context
Complete thread -- Not sure but that certainly makes sense - THANKS This is a new ...
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- you sure its not head?
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- Give her what she wants then. They have to learn to dictate correctly.
Complete thread -- It's not the period that's wrong here. She really means what she said. She often says
Complete thread -- I have a doc that puts a period every 3rd word. Very frustrating. I change them.
Complete thread -- She dictates punctuation and put a period after "before."
Complete thread -- Without hearing it and the inflection, it is hard to know, but...(see message)
Complete thread -- the whole day the night before????
Complete thread -- Have to send it in. It is a stat. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- wav file, list of allergies for lady with hypoglycemia and altered mental status.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Unless it was a typo and he said 'infiltrations', in which case
Complete thread -- The verb in the sentence is 'were seen' ...the subject of
Complete thread -- Huh? was/were, where said. Infiltration of the mass into the
Complete thread -- Would think it would have to be Small-volume ascites as
Complete thread -- In case not a typo Infiltration (was) or Infiltrations (were)
Complete thread -- limitations, restriction, duration, (with regard to) regards, LB
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. I found DonJoy TROM brace.
Complete thread -- TROM (range of motion)
Complete thread -- distinct is okay.
Complete thread -- Oncology ESL
Complete thread -- provide an opinion with regards to limitations of ________ duration and need for IME
Complete thread -- continue "tee-lom" brace status post ACL reconstruction with autograft. tia nm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes. Her are examples of how the phrase is used. see link
Complete thread -- Patient comes in for evaluation of what she believes is a hernia.
Complete thread -- Thank you..
Complete thread -- Yes, you did mention that. So then you can throw it into
Complete thread -- Well...
Complete thread -- It would appear so...that something could be
Complete thread -- okay. to form or have an opinion; judge; think: He did not deem lightly of the issue. ver
Complete thread -- Oncology ESL
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- YES
Complete thread -- ??retropharyngeal??
Complete thread -- Oncology ESL
Complete thread -- see if this is what you are looking for..see link
Complete thread -- Flovent 220 mcg *puffer swallowed*
Complete thread -- I find there is such a thing as protein alimentation...see link
Complete thread -- Apparently there can be an anterior-posterior edge of
Complete thread -- s/b reapposing (only use hyphen if meaning would be
Complete thread -- ?protease
Complete thread -- google: orthopedic hip "triple sleeve"
Complete thread -- 6-mercaptopurine, and purine metabolism
Complete thread -- Sl*sixma-cath-am-per-ine* and s/l*puree-metabolism**
Complete thread -- agree with sleeve..trying to figure out the rest. ? triple sleeve, but can't find much
Complete thread -- think "se leaf" is sleeve
Complete thread -- s/l tripose leaf orthopedic surgery
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- after re-apposing the edges. .. had a Bacitracin dressing applied (not patch)
Complete thread -- that should have had a ? at the end, as it is just a guess
Complete thread -- protein ? elimination
Complete thread -- if anyone can give this a listen, I would really appreciate it. tia
Complete thread -- s/l proteeze elementation
Complete thread -- Does anterior-posterior edge of the tumor make sense?
Complete thread -- 2 blanks. please sm. thanks
Complete thread -- never mind, got it. division and inset
Complete thread -- OPERATION: ____ inset of flaps with excision of fibrous tumor of unknown etiology.
Complete thread -- Meant to post this under ?'s line of this thread.
Complete thread -- Mistake..I misread your post. There would never be a
Complete thread -- Perhaps the OP was not familiar with the
Complete thread -- I must agree, the comma is not
Complete thread -- Not sure why you have a comma after while.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- hahaha
Complete thread -- ethnicity
Complete thread -- Morphologically, the liver does not appear cirrhotic on the CT or MRI. ...
Complete thread -- Infuriating is more like it! I get so frustrated.
Complete thread -- inhaling a bison would be a huge feat. ;)
Complete thread -- Isn't it fascinating how our minds can be tricked. It happens
Complete thread -- This wasn't a matter of "adding" the 'the'...the doctor dictated it,
Complete thread -- Oh for heaven's sake. Sometimes I feel so stupid! VR put pressure and that was all I heard
Complete thread -- I hear - Chest: Breasts normal.
Complete thread -- wav file, in for hand numbness. This is physical exam.
Complete thread -- Have at it. I would say it as follows.
Complete thread -- I'll try one more time...
Complete thread -- Ooooh, thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- we wouldn't say "the" florid, though
Complete thread -- it's delivery device. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Then a s/l dilly wire was removed. He only says this once.
Complete thread -- Nice guess! I spent 20 fruitless minutes looking for bison huffing LOL
Complete thread -- ice and huffing?
Complete thread -- That is a good idea. I had already sent it in by the time I read this so it was too late.
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after sick. JMO
Complete thread -- yep, that's what I was just about to post, what I'm hearing too.
Complete thread -- I think I got it. tough family news today. I thought it would be something she ate.
Complete thread -- wav file. Patient with possible small-bowel obstruction.
Complete thread -- history of using amphetamines, bath salts,s/l bye-sin huffing. TIA!
Complete thread -- I guess SAS could be essay. Dictated fairly clearly though. Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- Verbatim... but no slang allowed. I was also told that ...
Complete thread -- ??could SAS one have the word "assay" in their somewhere??
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, not hearing that. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- s/l SAS one positive for cannabinoids. Thanks for the assistance.
Complete thread -- dystonic movement?
Complete thread -- Dx: Encephalopathy with s/l dis-urp movement with status epilepticus. TIA!
Complete thread -- If the account you are on does not allow slang, then coagulase. I give them whatever
Complete thread -- Patient will be given morphine and s/l tenz-all or tenz-off. TIA!
Complete thread -- but in this case I believe it is coagulase-negative staphylococcus, correct?
Complete thread -- just found coagulase-negative staphylococci
Complete thread -- coag-negative or coagulase-negative
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, same word
Complete thread -- thanks billybob! I sent report while back ago, but glad to have this for future reference
Complete thread -- Grossly looks like malignancy (?), biopsy done. JMHO.
Complete thread -- so it would look like this then....(sm)
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "question mark"
Complete thread -- blank 1 is "teeth" ... unsure what blank 2 is
Complete thread -- 2 blanks... EGD
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- thanks a bunch! had to send in as I had many blanks and had report for a VERY long time
Complete thread -- yes, I hear that now
Complete thread -- def not :) 57yo male :)
Complete thread -- unfortunately only 2 reports on this patient and no med list on either :(
Complete thread -- can you go into archives & see the med list on another report maybe?
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear __?__ 40 mg daily.
Complete thread -- Obvious pregnancy not correct.
Complete thread -- Sry oidkec is me.
Complete thread -- What I hear ??with brief pregnancy and apparent disease.??
Complete thread -- U R right that you can still sell a product even if the
Complete thread -- 'supposin to much
Complete thread -- now hear... per minute (_______________ was brief).
Complete thread -- agree, drop "the"
Complete thread -- more blanks (same report) ... med list
Complete thread -- That's all I can get.
Complete thread -- No. I don't think so. Disregard.
Complete thread -- You need to check out trademarks, registered; perhaps you are thinking if the trademark is
Complete thread -- ??per minute in sinus rhythm??
Complete thread -- ??The patient's blood pressure is in the 80s range. ??
Complete thread -- yes, that makes sense :) thank you! :)
Complete thread -- thank you! POSTED NEW WAV FOR THESE BLANKS
Complete thread -- Can you possibly hear ?? "No ICD discharge was noted." ??
Complete thread -- initially admitted to telemetry with weakness.
Complete thread -- #2 Apparently the patient lately has been noticing
Complete thread -- ____ per minute (says parentheses) than it cuts off.
Complete thread -- No isolated discharges were noted.
Complete thread -- I am soooo thankful you are here :)
Complete thread -- yes! :) thank you
Complete thread -- I don't hear capture?
Complete thread -- physician involved in the initial course of admission?
Complete thread -- progressively short of breath is all I got out of that so far.
Complete thread -- new blanks
Complete thread -- thanks... I think I now here...
Complete thread -- first two below blanks below
Complete thread -- and patient involved in the capture...in the initial process of admission.
Complete thread -- more blanks (MP3). The first couple blanks are in WAV post below
Complete thread -- the blanks are piling up. Reports like this make me feel so inadequate at my job :(
Complete thread -- 2 large blanks so far and just started report :(
Complete thread -- Another way to show this is to shift the sentence around, i.e.
Complete thread -- I'm not trying to be argumentative, but I feel I must
Complete thread -- florid is an adjective. Substitute any adjective in its place; we wouldn't say "the"
Complete thread -- Actually in this sentence it is a definite article..per OneLook
Complete thread -- I don't understand how that is a problem. It is modifying 'changes'
Complete thread -- Indeed. I would drop "the" as it is an adjective, however.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for sharing your knowledge. :)
Complete thread -- I don't care what you googled. The cecum is connected to the appendix.
Complete thread -- Since this is postop...the hypertrophic changes could (and
Complete thread -- I agree with hydrogen peroxide.
Complete thread -- I do find florid used to describe hypertrophic change on
Complete thread -- with florid (drop "the")
Complete thread -- lumbar spine MRI: postop changes at L5-S1 level with the s/l florid TIA!
Complete thread -- Ty for your assistance Q. I can hear the Eaton. Flagging rest and must move on.
Complete thread -- I should add, I'm not convinced bow=bone.
Complete thread -- Therefore changing my recommendation: only leave the
Complete thread -- I found this article which uses the terms Eaton Stage I etc and
Complete thread -- I cannot account for the s/l bow. The eden may be Eaton
Complete thread -- This article mentions both a Burton classification and an Eaton one. See
Complete thread -- I'm finding something about Eaton stage...going back for more
Complete thread -- X-rays show s/l bow-eden stage grade 2 osteoarthritis of CMC joint. TIA!
Complete thread -- Anyone out there...will you please tell Sugar how to
Complete thread -- Yes... I often hit enter instead of the send button and open a new thread
Complete thread -- :) As always - very appreciative of your help on the board!
Complete thread -- Are U familiar with how the Board works, Sugar? You can
Complete thread -- Hit enter too soon. I'm glad there was an 'and' in there.
Complete thread -- Yw. I'
Complete thread -- That is it I believe "lighted retractor and monopolar forceps were then used
Complete thread -- Archives 11/30/12 show it is lighted retractor..also see link but
Complete thread -- sorry - now I am seeing can't get hydrogen out of it.
Complete thread -- Just guessing, but maybe hydrogen peroxide?
Complete thread -- Question - surgical instrument used during breast augmentation. Please see inside
Complete thread -- lol! :)
Complete thread -- You're hot tonight! Keep it up. I'll just watch some TV.
Complete thread -- nevermind, got it :)
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she says
Complete thread -- oh, okay!
Complete thread -- Link is the same address, different page.
Complete thread -- agree. Just found another link too
Complete thread -- VASCU-STATT® single-use bulldog clamps
Complete thread -- I did find Vascu-Statt...see link...see what you think
Complete thread -- Trademark shows it (the trademark) was abandoned in 2013.
Complete thread -- There is nothing other than someone owns the TM of that word. There is nothing actually
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- yes, I know, did you find it? I went back to 6-7 pages on google sm
Complete thread -- Not sure of your s/l, but I don't think you'd cap Depot in this context ...
Complete thread -- yes, Vacustat (Excel surgical, Inc )covers surgical devices and instruments.
Complete thread -- nevermind... he repeats it again later... :)
Complete thread -- where is wound located? Could it be gargle with peroxide wash?
Complete thread -- unsure if saying tissue or not
Complete thread -- My take is a professional courtesy, esp if PA-C & I go with it, but, sm
Complete thread -- I mean disregard that M-W says it's a word. It is, but not with
Complete thread -- Disregard this.
Complete thread -- Link did not work properly..When I googled....define safen... one
Complete thread -- safen is a word...see link for Merriam Webster...sometimes
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ??guarded peroxide wash??
Complete thread -- googling comes up with benzoyl..tho not close to your s/l
Complete thread -- nevermind, I understand now.
Complete thread -- Skin lac - Wound care instructions include s/l garden peroxide wash b.i.d. TIA!
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- sounding this out, you do NOT want to know what my brain was sounding out.
Complete thread -- We would have to blank that where I work.
Complete thread -- then what would you have put when it is not a word?
Complete thread -- As long as you are allowed to do that (we aren't)...
Complete thread -- just hit me, I bet doc means Visanne and is saying viss-ann-ee
Complete thread -- s/l biss-onn-ee sm for context please
Complete thread -- going to recast sentence "to make his mobility safer"
Complete thread -- spelling of saften?? safen?? re-cast? acceptable coined word?
Complete thread -- Yep, interesting, and the account I was referring to in my other post is in Missouri.
Complete thread -- I have 2 docs who do the same thing. They get referrals from a local FNP and they always
Complete thread -- it is def interesting :) thanks
Complete thread -- It doesn't answer your question...I just found it interesting.
Complete thread -- I found this interesting.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- Ms. Smith. I don't understand why doctors do that, but mine do it all the time.
Complete thread -- what would you put if doctor keeps referring to an FNP as Dr. Smith in report?
Complete thread -- duh...glimepiride. thanks
Complete thread -- drawing a blank, med sounds like "ber-mep-a-ride" (multiple health issues). nm tia
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, Pain Management should be capped. I got
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I wondered that too...and when I looked it was being used
Complete thread -- I can find different "vacustats" on Google, but not a one of them used in surgery of any
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- upper limits
Complete thread -- upper limits
Complete thread -- spleen was enlarged ____ limits 12.2 cm
Complete thread -- wow - I was not even close. Thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Lhermitte's sign maybe
Complete thread -- Neurology note
Complete thread -- I think we watch and monitor her for the bug bites. (what I hear)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- s/l vacustats
Complete thread -- writer could be correct...the person who is writing this report referring to himself in
Complete thread -- She was seen by pain management as well as the *writer*
Complete thread -- wouldn't that be replacements. Just like bilateral mastectomies?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I can see where it can be confusing..there is bilateral knee replacement yet
Complete thread -- I understand.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- BoS gives the example that if a person has
Complete thread -- Would you put bilateral knee or bilateral knees? (I'd go with testes)
Complete thread -- Not sure--think I will flag. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- It may be pinning...see link...see what you think
Complete thread -- bilateral and plurals always throw me off
Complete thread -- Help with word please...
Complete thread -- Really? The appendix is connected to the cecum.
Complete thread -- ty very much
Complete thread -- See LINKS
Complete thread -- The cavity was packed *wet to moist* and dressing was appl
Complete thread -- what's the exact sentence?
Complete thread -- sorry, what's the pt's complaint?
Complete thread -- so, what's the pt
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Example(s): Canthacur-PS, Cantharone Plus (cantharidin) ... Generic Name, Brand Name ... C
Complete thread -- You're right, now that I listen to it again. Can't imagine how I miss ...
Complete thread -- Eligard (leuprolide) reduces levels of testosterone and is used to treat prostate cancer.
Complete thread -- Eligard?
Complete thread -- plantar wart med s/l kentcura
Complete thread -- He also has prostate cancer which I guess is what the drug was prescri ...
Complete thread -- carcinoma
Complete thread -- ACA (Affordable Care Act) ??
Complete thread -- Could use the sentence before this (if there is one) as
Complete thread -- What state?
Complete thread -- could it be "thick internal material"? (instead of thickened turnal?)
Complete thread -- med s.l sickodime
Complete thread -- *warrents* punch kit used for retrograde urethrogram
Complete thread -- breast abscess in a 32-year-old woman who is
Complete thread -- s/l*prepare agaform state regulation
Complete thread -- you need to google (next time) medical abbreviations and save it sm
Complete thread -- I don't find terminal cecum, did find terminial ileum tho
Complete thread -- agree, light bulb moment. regular rate and rhythm could be jus that for this pt sm
Complete thread -- I hear "Notes no cardiopulmonary...etc"
Complete thread -- constitutional
Complete thread -- We talked about potential injections moving forward; not appropriate at this point.
Complete thread -- terminal cecum
Complete thread -- No history of?
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks!
Complete thread -- I think blank #1 is: seizure disorder and depression. No idea what #2 is
Complete thread -- no idea, 2 blanks
Complete thread -- gonna leave blank. I tried finding past record and none come up when I search
Complete thread -- No FOBT. (fecal occult blood test)
Complete thread -- what is abbrev in rectal exam "no s/l FOVT" tyia
Complete thread -- I agree w/setting it off with commas...
Complete thread -- I tried finding a past report on same patient, but none come up when I search =/
Complete thread -- Really WAG ?? obtained in this office. He is here to go..??
Complete thread -- okay, I hear that portion now. Still unsure what else he says
Complete thread -- I posted slower one. Problem is with slowing, it distorts
Complete thread -- ??__?__. He is here to go over those. ??
Complete thread -- wow...can you slow Speedy Gonzales down any?
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- Soooo true.
Complete thread -- I "hear it" as talked about them (possibly moving forward), but not appropriate at
Complete thread -- I have no idea what "his" meaning is. I wish doctors would listen to their own dictation
Complete thread -- ??seal??
Complete thread -- thanks, doc is ESL, so very confusing - thanks for the reply
Complete thread -- Then I can see why you punctuate it that way..Then we only
Complete thread -- I think it needs commas.
Complete thread -- all i can think of is terminal cecal, but cecal what? Usually terminal ileum. I have no
Complete thread -- s/l terminal sail - pls sm for context
Complete thread -- I "think" it means that, moving forward, injections won't work
Complete thread -- If you separate any of it with commas you are saying
Complete thread -- I'd think... injections, moving forward, (are) not appropriate at this point.
Complete thread -- I would think not, but the phrase "potential injections moving
Complete thread -- Does sentence need a comma?
Complete thread -- I did too, but I don't think he finished saying it...because I
Complete thread -- he is wondering what else there is... (sorta drifts off to another subject ?
Complete thread -- I thought he meant what else there is (what other medications are available).
Complete thread -- I hear..He is wondering what else..if there is...so I too think he
Complete thread -- me too :( it is like he changed his mind what he was going to say. :(
Complete thread -- what else there is? I hear the what else but not the rest.
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- YW.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU SO MUCH! I can now hear it :)
Complete thread -- I hear "on her hand. They itch terribly and"
Complete thread -- have a blank. Unfortunately this is as loud as it gets
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- 100%
Complete thread -- I think I hear "edema contiguous to"
Complete thread -- Sorry, in for altered mental status due to lung CA to brain
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks all
Complete thread -- thank you both! I can now hear that too :) I kept hearing cement :( lol
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear...no significant subungual..
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- semicolon
Complete thread -- alginate?
Complete thread -- ??alginate?? see link
Complete thread -- *comma IS wrong
Complete thread -- To use a comma a wrong. Use either a period or a semicolon. I like the semicolon.
Complete thread -- semicolon looks good to me. The sentences are related.
Complete thread -- Would you use semi colon or comma here?
Complete thread -- The knee, TKA that got infected. nm
Complete thread -- Where is the wound?
Complete thread -- s/l *alendronate* type of dressing? Any ideas??? TIA nm
Complete thread -- good point
Complete thread -- yeah, but the dictator does not qualify it at all. Maybe a blank would be best
Complete thread -- But I see your point, so am changing my mind.
Complete thread -- agree with o. Had a positive culture, now did a test of cure to make sure infection is
Complete thread -- The link she provided showed home herpes test as one of them.
Complete thread -- I don't know why they'd be mentioning some home screening in the middle of
Complete thread -- ahhhh....that's it. thank you very much
Complete thread -- delamination?
Complete thread -- s/l dee-mal-nation (don't think demyelination fits) sm plse for context
Complete thread -- Considering the TYPE of lab tests this patient had and the s/l, I
Complete thread -- good plan!
Complete thread -- How about just transcribe as dictated. :)
Complete thread -- Not necessarily. I just read an article listing all the
Complete thread -- I would agree with test of cure.
Complete thread -- not sure... I think it'd depend on whole context of report, what else was said about it.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Basically, if not symptomatic, then it would be normal.
Complete thread -- grammar is. BoS just puts things we SHOULD know into one place.
Complete thread -- good question - found this: (sm) For example, a young, strong, healthy athlete may have a
Complete thread -- Thank you for your graciousness.
Complete thread -- Because of my insistence with the hyphens below.
Complete thread -- see what?
Complete thread -- Neither would I. 50 is low, but could be regular for the patient.
Complete thread -- who? what? where?
Complete thread -- Been there B4. No prob.
Complete thread -- At what point would you? Just wondering.
Complete thread -- test of cure negative?
Complete thread -- me neither
Complete thread -- looks like some home testing product -link
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- What state of the country is the patient in?
Complete thread -- OMG! I think doc is pertaining to ACT for asthma control test. thanks
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- Would you flag heart rate 50 and later says regular rate and rhythm?
Complete thread -- VDRL negative. Urine culture positive for GBS. s/l testacare negative.
Complete thread -- I'm sure it is, but I cannot find documentation and wondered if anyone knew. Thanks nm
Complete thread -- I humbly ask your forgiveness. I see it now. Ugh!
Complete thread -- could be the medical assistance form maybe.
Complete thread -- asthma, possible seizures, and medical assistance forms to be filled out. tia sm
Complete thread -- Could use more info. Why is patient being seen?
Complete thread -- "Act form" score is 9. Clearly said, never heard of this? nm
Complete thread -- I had to leave before I could address that blank, but
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- ??preponderance?? If not, here's list of other possibilities.see link
Complete thread -- Nope. Way too many hyphens
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- Labs - Breast Cancer
Complete thread -- BOS stands for Book Of Style - Books of Style are their own referrees.
Complete thread -- there was arrest of the heart (not rest) (they deliberately stop the heart)
Complete thread -- Can't even abbreviate right...
Complete thread -- and I agree 100%.
Complete thread -- agree - that was one (of the many) inappropriate hyphens suggested
Complete thread -- No hyphen is required because
Complete thread -- patient-specific-instrumentation (patient-specific is fine, but no hyphen after)
Complete thread -- oh, I forgot about that one. LOL
Complete thread -- but this is not considered an adj-noun combo. Not everything IS. Nowhere
Complete thread -- I was referring to the post: also hyphen with "total-knee arthroplasy." - nm
Complete thread -- I think OP googled & just looked/stopped at first article shown only nm
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- ??purpura noted??
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ??Quebec??
Complete thread -- NOTE: cc s/b changed to mL ...BoS 2 and BoS 3 on dangerous
Complete thread -- s/l PREVEC
Complete thread -- And as stated above, BOS suggests hyphenating adj-noun combos.
Complete thread -- there are actually rules about hyphen use - not just a matter of style.
Complete thread -- Don't really want to get involved in this mess, but I disagree. Not all of those are
Complete thread -- I actually think it reads better with the hyphens
Complete thread -- her whole post was signed JMHO. ;)
Complete thread -- Perhaps this will help, see link, discussion section.
Complete thread -- Oh, Lord!
Complete thread -- actually, you didn't say it was JYHO in your post.
Complete thread -- Thank you for all your input and help.
Complete thread -- well, that's your opinion.
Complete thread -- ocular adnexa?
Complete thread -- It's a matter of style, not right or wrong!
Complete thread -- Just don't want her doing it wrong. I'm chilled.
Complete thread -- I said it was JMHO...chill.
Complete thread -- 4-year-old child's eye exam
Complete thread -- Thank you, SBH
Complete thread -- Not everything needs hyphenation. Total knee arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- I've also never seen that hyphenated anywhere.
Complete thread -- purpura
Complete thread -- adjective-noun combo...BOS states to hyphenate.
Complete thread -- and I thought I was the hyphen ho!
Complete thread -- never seen that hyphenated. Stedman's shows no hyphens in any total (insert) arthroplasty
Complete thread -- bilateral knees, minimally invasive, patient-specific ... instrumentation, custom cutting
Complete thread -- also hyphen with "total-knee arthroplasy."
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- That is how I found it... :) I knew it but did not know why.
Complete thread -- Not sure if comma placement is correct?
Complete thread -- crap - had I googled the phrase 'take a different tact' I'd have found it. gah!
Complete thread -- ahhh thanks. I couldn't tell what he was saying.
Complete thread -- Yes, I found that too. Just wondering if anybody is familiar with this.
Complete thread -- PE
Complete thread -- Tack - see inside
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- amino acid formula like Neocate—also referred to as an elemental formula—is specially desi
Complete thread -- tact? (SM)
Complete thread -- alimental formula perhaps?
Complete thread -- paracecal hernia had around 5000 hits compared to only 2600 for pericecal hernia?
Complete thread -- Neocate is a hypoallergenic, nutritionally complete powdered elemental formula designed fo
Complete thread -- "Neocate elemental" formula
Complete thread -- We had a bike and brew thing recently in Santa Fe to celebrate craft beer week.
Complete thread -- maybe, but it doesn't look like OP was really looking for an explanation, and just wanted
Complete thread -- no, craft beers are everywhere
Complete thread -- I would think a hernia would be along the cecum, not around it.
Complete thread -- paracecal or pericecal hernia? (More hits for paracecal on Google) Not sure.
Complete thread -- I would think: 25-foot walk TEST in 9.2 seconds
Complete thread -- consider: sclerosing pancreatitis
Complete thread -- just for whoever is reading this post in the future. it is not a mistake. :) " fabella
Complete thread -- new for me3, thanks Diane.
Complete thread -- new word for me too! thanks, oaompp!
Complete thread -- OP Just wanted to let ev1 know had to flag it, and they also left blank
Complete thread -- I had never heard of fabella before. What you can learn on this board amazes me!
Complete thread -- I sure should have researched that better!
Complete thread -- I saw that in a search and thought it was an error. Thanks.
Complete thread -- caput
Complete thread -- word sounds like cap or capet or caplet - arrest of labor
Complete thread -- This is a mistake. It has to be patella. I am blanking the second part. Thanks.
Complete thread -- yes, it was of. I just didn't elaborate in the post. Thanks.
Complete thread -- showed "multipartites fabella"
Complete thread -- IMO, sequelae pancreatitis doesn't sound right. Perhaps sequelae of pancreatitis...but ?
Complete thread -- I think she is saying sequelae. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Thickening of the anterior pararenal fascia consistent with s/l esclori pancreatitis
Complete thread -- If clearly dictated, I would leave as is.
Complete thread -- Superior medial gutter, *lateral gutter*, and superior lateral gutter ...
Complete thread -- Maybe dictator was relating to the upper and lower arms on each side? ...
Complete thread -- ok ...thank you
Complete thread -- It appears that might be what he is referring to where he chases
Complete thread -- something closer to *liquid chaser* is googled
Complete thread -- is it liquid chaser??
Complete thread -- I'm finding some liquid called Chase...but let me check further
Complete thread -- swallow study
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Mind you, I did not test the likelihood of the numbers, just the
Complete thread -- It would sound right if he said: "walk, this in 9.2 seconds". Can
Complete thread -- The patient ambulated a 25-feet walk s/l this is 9.2 seconds. TIA!
Complete thread -- Oops, U R right gapjoj! Nice to know we have each other's back. ;)
Complete thread -- I don't understand your post.
Complete thread -- drowsy it is - thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- We have several "craft beers" here, if anyone wants to visit....see link
Complete thread -- the OP had "and" in there, so ...
Complete thread -- agree, not capitalized.
Complete thread -- drowsy for sure. awake, drowsy, and sleep state
Complete thread -- Seems it s/b awake, drowsy and sleep
Complete thread -- Disregard this.
Complete thread -- Think it s/b "normal awake drowsy sleep state" no 'and'
Complete thread -- ??drowsy??
Complete thread -- EEG demonstrated normal awake s/l dorsey sleep state TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the education!
Complete thread -- Craft beer can be twice the alcohol content of regular beer (6 pk = 12 pk)
Complete thread -- thanks for you help!
Complete thread -- people don't have 4 upper extremities, but they do have forearms.
Complete thread -- that Kraft beer, appears to be very localized in Colorado, so unless patient
Complete thread -- craft or crafted beers. as made at a microbrewery.
Complete thread -- Alcohol intake consists of a 6-pack of craft or beer or Kraft beer per week. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes. see link
Complete thread -- cancer patient. my question is how anyone has 4 upper extremities.
Complete thread -- #3 s/l "on a Martin arm" not familiar with this...I'll check
Complete thread -- last part, he stops and starts and repeats, cannot get all the words
Complete thread -- what happened? did pt fall? any mention of x-ray findings? radius/ulna fractures?
Complete thread -- and the atrial retractor was placed and
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- struggling on this new acct
Complete thread -- maybe forearms (fore upper extremities?) - can you tell us more about it?
Complete thread -- What a mental image. I would have considered it
Complete thread -- "the long bones of the 4 upper extremities." 4 upper extremities???
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- OK, thanks.
Complete thread -- YW, Q. I appreciate everyone's help around here.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. I really appreciate it.
Complete thread -- s/b dictated
Complete thread -- It was clearly dictated so that is what the doc got.
Complete thread -- From yesterday...total partial knee (no change/flag made...transcribed as dictaed)
Complete thread -- I think I hear ..The aorta was identified...
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Means that approximately 90% of his pain is in his
Complete thread -- What does that even mean? Sounds nonsensical to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- If he had said a ratio of 90 to 10 you could have done it as
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- Pain in back is greater than in lower extremities in a ratio of "90s to 10." TIA!
Complete thread -- Thought you'd be interested not only in the brief
Complete thread -- Googling shows there are other brand names...I would give him fluoro glow strip
Complete thread -- surrounding dictation
Complete thread -- doc says "fluoro glow strip" would you type that? I see Ful-Glo fluorescein strip
Complete thread -- oops, you are right Q!
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after dissecans...rest OK ...IMO
Complete thread -- That's how I would do it, yep
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate with ie in the sentence?
Complete thread -- Trademark site shows all caps...but that is not necessarily how
Complete thread -- I hear over-and-over too
Complete thread -- See link..this is how the government refers to its facility...you
Complete thread -- found at top of page, tried it, but don't understand how to use it :(
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- me too... that is what I hear
Complete thread -- over-and-over? (no time to verify this, but that's what I hear)
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Bridgeport state of Corrections or Bridgeport State of Corrections?
Complete thread -- Pilar (I think - never heard that, but looked it up and seems to fit)
Complete thread -- unsure what he is saying
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- good - I'm a gonna go with it then.
Complete thread -- Looks good to me.
Complete thread -- chain-of-lakes-type stenosis -- too many hyphens? (SM for context)
Complete thread -- Sometimes I hear them 'out loud' in my head! LOL too.
Complete thread -- It is shown toward the bottom of the page.
Complete thread -- It is registered as hana ...here is the registered trademark owner
Complete thread -- Sry, ostium possibility is the best I can come up with. Uncle.
Complete thread -- thanks, I did a search & not finding good connecting example, so-oooo
Complete thread -- ooh... that makes better sense. I didn't think "trust" was correct...
Complete thread -- s/l agvate may be aggregate of (a guess) sm
Complete thread -- Could "of steum" = ostium ??
Complete thread -- Wonder if Stenson's duct or Stenson's is somewhere in there.
Complete thread -- That's not working. Don't wait for me. I'll try to find something but
Complete thread -- Thanks. I looked in other sites and found that generally they were.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- LOL!!
Complete thread -- I initial cap it - Hana
Complete thread -- I'm thinking stenum=sterno ...and trying to find surrounding words
Complete thread -- Oh my, so sorry. Yes, it is parotitis and should read
Complete thread -- Hana table, HANA table, hana table ? seeing registered trademark in google for each
Complete thread -- I have no idea myself. I have never typed that report
Complete thread -- Need U to look at your message to make sure what U R
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b "but initially our thrust" (not trust)..AND
Complete thread -- I asked her that and on the old thread she indicated that
Complete thread -- Patient has parotis need help with PE see message
Complete thread -- geez, L, I'm getting to know so many details about you and your family...
Complete thread -- Would all those categories be capped then? I have never done one of these
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- not "in quotes" saying IMPULSE .. see my other posts. Sorry so disjointed :(
Complete thread -- It was space and base. I thought base would make sense but I heard space.
Complete thread -- 0.59, NA/ 0.46, 98% (new line) "Impulse Control Composite"
Complete thread -- he says "backslash space"
Complete thread -- then after says "new line, in quotes"
Complete thread -- I hear "space" not "base" 0.46, 98%
Complete thread -- Manufacturer's website has AmeriGel...see link
Complete thread -- wav file - he is saying something after every backslash. I have 2 words.
Complete thread -- stedman's medical equipment has as Amerigel
Complete thread -- disregard- other helpers got it while I was typing my crap guess
Complete thread -- thank you... was just posting that I figured it out too :)
Complete thread -- some kind of gel? s/l "a mary gel"/"a merry gel"/"emery gel"
Complete thread -- oops...AmeriGel
Complete thread -- Amerigel (wound dressing) see link
Complete thread -- Amerigel
Complete thread -- looking at all the chemo trials and combinations, can't find anything that s/l that - o's
Complete thread -- yeah - this lady is having her bigguns reduced; that's what I was leaning towards, thanks
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- they can and are prescribed together; there is also prazosin
Complete thread -- 36 DDD according to the tag on mom's...
Complete thread -- dictated: she wears a "36 triple D bra" -- is it "36 triple D" or "36 DDD"
Complete thread -- Is it the patient's name possibly?
Complete thread -- could it be EPIC (early postoperative intraperitoneal chemotherapy)?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "ee-bick." nm
Complete thread -- can you give a better s/l? (eee-eee-bye-kyoo?)(eeee-bick?)
Complete thread -- high-dose "ee-biq" is being continued for sarcoma of large intestine. TIA nm
Complete thread -- sterile speculum exam?
Complete thread -- s/l zero speculum exam
Complete thread -- denied vaginal bleeding. *Face* prenatal course was essentially uneventful.
Complete thread -- Sometimes I get lucky and if I say the s/l out loud I can hear it. LOL
Complete thread -- both very helpful, thank you.
Complete thread -- made by Stryker
Complete thread -- Try Vitoss (Vitoss bone graft substitute synthetic bone graft
Complete thread -- I was looking for input if anyone knew if this particular combo was used. SM tia
Complete thread -- is VTOS correct?
Complete thread -- that was a really great guess, nm
Complete thread -- terazosin is used for hypertension, and 20 mg is the max dose...
Complete thread -- lisinopril 20 mg and "terazosin" 20 mg once daily for hypertension. SM tia
Complete thread -- But I wasn't sure if TG male meant "he" was a trapped man or a trapped woman.
Complete thread -- agree made a mistake and learned something new., that's a good thing
Complete thread -- I don't know how you got it but you did-you're good
Complete thread -- Think of it like a man trapped inside a woman's body or a woman inside a man's.
Complete thread -- o a o m p p can you share how you found Direx - DiRex thanks
Complete thread -- abrupt onset?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll listen again! That makes sense!
Complete thread -- thanks for that. I'm still confused (but not about my gender, ha ha)
Complete thread -- s/l pro tons it
Complete thread -- I really have no clue LOL.
Complete thread -- wikipedia sez, for what it is worth, s/msg
Complete thread -- need to keep in mind on google search, when you see 3 dots (...) means their sm
Complete thread -- I heard that facebook has a bunch of new categories for gender beyond M and F.
Complete thread -- It might mean the same thing or close. "Relating to people who have a sexual identity
Complete thread -- I think prob "means" cepahad (describing location/direction) in area of concern
Complete thread -- what does it have to do with then? Am I conflusing transgender with transsexual?
Complete thread -- OneLook says SM
Complete thread -- Could it be in my office?
Complete thread -- I never really thought about it, but I didn't think is anything to do with a sex change?
Complete thread -- does "transgender male" mean originally male or now male?
Complete thread -- Any ideas? Thanks!
Complete thread -- what a ho.
Complete thread -- she is really being strict with??
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I'd also do "return-to-work" note (but maybe I'm a hyphen slut?)
Complete thread -- just caught I repeated easy... easy-to-digest carbohydrates. Thanks!
Complete thread -- really getting instructed on easy-to-digest carbohydrates.. ?
Complete thread -- She has really been instructed (?)... also I'd do "easy-to-digest"
Complete thread -- cannot seem to catch the words he is saying
Complete thread -- :) Thanks. It is hard with the feeling of anything less than perfection is not allowed
Complete thread -- We've all been there, done that.
Complete thread -- thank you for that. I have been beating myself up since I did that :( rough day so far
Complete thread -- No, look at it like you made a mistake and learned something new.
Complete thread -- small polyp s/l cephalaginous
Complete thread -- yep, I'm a moron
Complete thread -- oh my....
Complete thread -- He's just stuttering on menometrorrhagia - nothing in front of it that I can hear.
Complete thread -- was going by initial google search and saw the word and throat symptoms, thanks for that
Complete thread -- 50 is correct.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Did you research that term at all? Menometrorrhagia has nothing to do with the throat.
Complete thread -- menometrorrhagia, maybe a stutter before that, but not "throat."
Complete thread -- I believe 50 mg is correct
Complete thread -- got it! throat menometrorrhagia
Complete thread -- s/l throat _____ metrorrhagia
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "his integument" for a heading. Thanks
Complete thread -- vitamin B6 *50* mg (i think it is 50 and not 15)
Complete thread -- On exam, patient in no distress and "a-teg-u-ment." TIA nm
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I had arrest in my head and could not hear anything else~
Complete thread -- retinal tear, last in 2011 (what I hear)
Complete thread -- wav file - in for diuresis. I think I have the first part but still missing a word
Complete thread -- Lantus for the diabetes?
Complete thread -- found Gastrex
Complete thread -- listed in rx list s/l gastrex.
Complete thread -- PMH: Diabetes, hypertension, hypothyroidism, hyperlipidemia. Patient takes s/l
Complete thread -- Never mind. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- requiring BiPAP and s/l avex management.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ??akinesic??
Complete thread -- CXR demonstrated esophageal narrowing with s/l aye-kine-ease-ic pattern. TIA!
Complete thread -- I should add that I think there s/b a comma after faint.
Complete thread -- my take, pt admitted for "right knee" prob. Past hx partial(or)/total
Complete thread -- I think it is faint discoloration, blanchable discoloration and
Complete thread -- I think the faint is modifying discoloration, so s/b faint.
Complete thread -- Yes. Both BoS 2 and BoS 3 indicate they recommended
Complete thread -- Sounds like it. Thanks. Should be faintly blanchable, right?
Complete thread -- agree but also need to listen (next time) for C-ANCA & P-ANCA
Complete thread -- oops...see link
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- agree, been that trend very long time
Complete thread -- ??blanchable??
Complete thread -- I was JUST posting that when I saw your response. Nonetheless,
Complete thread -- Duh!! Sacroiliac joint 'films'
Complete thread -- Here is a list of some rheumoid tests..ANCA is way down the page.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- S/L Sacroiliac joint "somes". A blood test. Any idea? Thanks
Complete thread -- no wav yet?
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- anti not capped. anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody. (SM)
Complete thread -- very faint ____, bilateral feet
Complete thread -- probably ANCA - Anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody
Complete thread -- Context please, give sentence before and after these words. We can't help you without
Complete thread -- I am Googling. New to this, but I can't confirm .. joint 'somes'. Also dictates INCA.
Complete thread -- I've heard of spot protein before - google spot protein, it is fine.
Complete thread -- I don't understand what U R asking.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I don't under what U R asking.
Complete thread -- Not capped.
Complete thread -- AlsoP: Sacroiliac joint 'somes'.
Complete thread -- Yes. Not sure if capped. I'll check goole.
Complete thread -- Rheumatoid workup: Urinalysis with 'spot' protein
Complete thread -- You did great. Helps to know I'm not alone. :) Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Google does not show anything that I can find that
Complete thread -- That's exactly what I wondered if it was "A" as in aryepiglottic or just "a" as in one.
Complete thread -- No, sorry.
Complete thread -- I find there is aryepiglottic fold in that region. Trying to find
Complete thread -- there are vocal folds in there and aryepiglottic folds. ?
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- On laryngoscopy, larynx demonstrated normal epiglottis, s/l A-fold, & arytenoids. TIA
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- NOTE: typo....s/b supernatant not supra
Complete thread -- Thanks a million, Questyr
Complete thread -- It is supranatant. THanks so much. Would never have guessed or heard that.
Complete thread -- typo supernatant
Complete thread -- Think I hear supranatant...see link for definition
Complete thread -- I posted the wav now, just for you to listen. Thanks
Complete thread -- typo ??suppurating??
Complete thread -- See link to book on liposuction..highlighted suppurative
Complete thread -- Okay. I forgot to mention it is only a liposuction. So your suggestion would not be it.
Complete thread -- Does really sound like 'supinating'. He may mean your suggestion? Do you need wav?
Complete thread -- ??supperating??
Complete thread -- aspirate fat and 'supinating' fluid (Never heard him say that before)?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I will let you know.
Complete thread -- U R right...slip of my fingers and calcified brain cells. ;) Sry OP.
Complete thread -- "non-Hodgkin lymphoma" if you follow rule/trend against use of the eponymous possessive.
Complete thread -- When I check google I'm not getting hits that indicate
Complete thread -- Oh, I think I have it. #2 History of partial/total...went from partial to total. Flagging
Complete thread -- They wear me out! Thanks so much for your input!
Complete thread -- Also, in dictated, non-insulin-dependent diabetes
Complete thread -- I hear ya...
Complete thread -- I rarely get any jobs from my main acct anymore :( maybe 2 or 3 reports every couple days
Complete thread -- Thank you for help.
Complete thread -- typo (non-Hodgkin's lymphoma)
Complete thread -- except with eponyms (non-Hodgkins) or letters (non-A hepatitis)
Complete thread -- Both BoS 2 and 3 indicate no hyphen for non prefix...one word unless
Complete thread -- non hypertrophic or non hypertrophic
Complete thread -- typo #2 I think it just needs a label of left or right from Doc or QA
Complete thread -- Actually #1 is clear. Patient has had a right total knee which
Complete thread -- Glad to help! I just hope I'm on when you are to help! We dont get to hold jobs at all,
Complete thread -- I agree. the more i look at it, the final diagnoses (especially No. 1) are confusing.
Complete thread -- Unless had a revision from partial to total: Right total knee, revision (from partial)
Complete thread -- It is not clear if patient has a RIGHT total knee and
Complete thread -- History of "total partial knee"?
Complete thread -- I see nothing wrong, maybe had partial knee THEN total knee. but, you dont need a comma
Complete thread -- Do you see any problem with this diagnosis? (see message)
Complete thread -- thank you so very much! You rock! :)
Complete thread -- okay then, here it is for him LOL
Complete thread -- Uncle.
Complete thread -- this was Choudhary
Complete thread -- Mody, right? Here's what I have:
Complete thread -- Good deal! He's another mushmouth!
Complete thread -- got it! :) found a report with just the right wording...
Complete thread -- well-healed right shoulder. She has been ? recent...
Complete thread -- SS acct 354 echo help
Complete thread -- typo ..well-healed right shoulder. She has been...
Complete thread -- I hear...well-healed right should. She has been...
Complete thread -- I thot I heard well-healed shoulder in there too, but
Complete thread -- R U sure you have given the section of the tape that
Complete thread -- I "think" i hear she has a well-healed shoulder. She is ...
Complete thread -- The patient is status post right shoulder arthroscopy with capsular an ...
Complete thread -- Yw. Glad I was in time.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! I had my hand on the mouse to click the button that sends it to QA when I
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ??tethering??
Complete thread -- He had a burn scar contracture of his neck which caused a s/l kettering of his head.
Complete thread -- Yes, she did!!
Complete thread -- No. U wrote what you thot U heard and indicated direct/Direct? Giving
Complete thread -- Glad you found it, I didn't google, just wrote what I thought I heard.
Complete thread -- Haha! Good one! Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- A lot of misspellings did the trick. When I spelled it wrong enough, it popped up.
Complete thread -- Wow. I was trying to document a brand name, but
Complete thread -- Found it - Direx - DiRex
Complete thread -- I thought it sounded like that but needed to make sure it was not the name
Complete thread -- direct (Direct?)
Complete thread -- electrophysiologic study, WAV file - there is only static after and a new sentence
Complete thread -- Based on low long it's been on the WB, I think we've declared 'uncle'.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Is this one done?
Complete thread -- WAG ??Dr. Harris for further eval(uation).??
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I really think its just a bad sound file.
Complete thread -- is he a horror or is it just me?
Complete thread -- oops see link
Complete thread -- Yes. See link...3rd one down the page..
Complete thread -- But also can't say that I heard everything that was written B4 that
Complete thread -- I just am not sure..thought I heard proximal..or..possible..or..?
Complete thread -- partial fissuring? and there is another word with the subacromial bursitis...
Complete thread -- Links takes you to top. Go to page 10.
Complete thread -- MRI of the right shoulder taken at Brooklyn Heights Imaging on 4/29/14 ...
Complete thread -- I actually was speaking of x-ray,but I can imagine in
Complete thread -- new for me - I've never heard it on an angio before.
Complete thread -- Patient is laid on his right (or left side) then body (or maybe
Complete thread -- I see it as Omni™ Flush too.
Complete thread -- They tilt the patient on the table at an angle to get an oblique view of
Complete thread -- what is right and left "pelvic" oblique? I've not heard that before.
Complete thread -- I double checked archives above and they documented it as 2 words as shown
Complete thread -- also - Omniflush®
Complete thread -- Durrr, lol...Yes, thank y'all
Complete thread -- in case not typo, whereupon is one word conjunction
Complete thread -- agree with limited
Complete thread -- limited contrast??
Complete thread -- Since the word 'rim' is used in the definition of the pelvic brim, I would
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think they are the same thing, but the pelvic (b)rim is the more appropriate wording.
Complete thread -- ah-thank
Complete thread -- During the entire procedure, sl*luminate* contrast was utilized
Complete thread -- pelvic rim is top of pelvis - (SM) (from what I found on googling)
Complete thread -- doc goes back and forth with pelvic Brim to pelvic Rim
Complete thread -- Nah, just used to typing his reports for nearly 10 years. :)
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Here's my sample of his colonoscopy:
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- Good ears! Now I hear "There are a few early diverticula"
Complete thread -- This is what I hear, too.
Complete thread -- and I now hear "there are some hemorrhoids" not "a hemorrhoid"
Complete thread -- I hear "There is (are) early diverticula in the" see link to support 'early'
Complete thread -- There are a few early diverticula in the sigmoid. (you'll get dr hung soon enough, he's
Complete thread -- unsure what I am to put. Audio starts where blank is as there was long pause
Complete thread -- I hear "lasts approximately 1 hour at a time."
Complete thread -- In fact I hear "and lasts approximately"
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear the "lasts" now too.
Complete thread -- comes and goes, lasts approximately 1 hour at a time.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think she stumbles and says , comes and goes about approximately 1 hour...
Complete thread -- don't know if it would help us... but where is the pain?
Complete thread -- the pain comes and goes, not ___ 1 hour at a time
Complete thread -- I'm not finding a lot...but often I am finding "retraction" rather
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- A 30-beat run of ventricular tachycardia is what he means.
Complete thread -- Okay, I know normal heart rate is 60-100 bpm but... (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- MRI, shoulder. Focal s/l reflection?
Complete thread -- To: "ms" of yesterday's 'jolly fellow' post. In the end, what was it?
Complete thread -- PubMed shows 199 articles using hyphen and 44 using virgule
Complete thread -- see link...scan down to Rule 3 friendly-looking dog
Complete thread -- normals:
Complete thread -- 30-30 is that correct?
Complete thread -- not NAC, I meant ANC
Complete thread -- if that is the NAC, I've never hear it put as NE absolute before.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I have never heard this before, "NE absolute." Just making sure.
Complete thread -- In labs, NE absolute was elevated at 9.8. (absolute neutrophils?)
Complete thread -- flexion/extension
Complete thread -- flexion-extension or flexion, extension..How would you put in these two
Complete thread -- I need a long dip in a cold pool, then a frozen drink (with something good in it).
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Aah.. I did not just miss 1 post, I missed every post below SM + OP thinking it was a
Complete thread -- Agreed.
Complete thread -- I was getting confused by the posts as well. It wasn't just you. :)
Complete thread -- My total mistake, I misread the above posts.
Complete thread -- I guess... kind of strange way to phrase it but
Complete thread -- you don't disagree - you, OP, and helper are in agreement on this...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had found the others when I searched. My guess is they are misspellings of that.
Complete thread -- apologies - I missed 1 post as I was reading.
Complete thread -- cuz I want to and I don't know better?
Complete thread -- friendly is also another adj
Complete thread -- 0.035 Mandrel Guidewire sm & link
Complete thread -- that is what WE have been saying all along.
Complete thread -- I posted that already. Adverbs, not adjectives. Go back to page 126. it matters
Complete thread -- Do a search on this - hyphen in a compound modifier with ly - every site that came up said
Complete thread -- BOS III page 128, Do not use a hyphen in a compound modifier to link an
Complete thread -- I disagree. What I learned was that words with the ending ly do not get hyphenated.
Complete thread -- Guidewire for stones - Mandrel, Mandril, or Mandrill? I looked in archives and there
Complete thread -- Because
Complete thread -- this is all I have that is close. Amplatz Left=AL 1, Ultrathin & ultra-select sm
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for the scholarly-looking example.
Complete thread -- Anybody thing bring on might be a possibility here? Thanks.
Complete thread -- That's true. I was just trying to be nice.
Complete thread -- does not have anything to do with BoS. It is grammar. Any grammar site says same
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Maybe they don't use BOS. Thanks for your help. It should not have a hyphen per BOS2.
Complete thread -- brought up because helper did not clarify just said "most -ly words don't get hyphenated."
Complete thread -- So BOS 2 says no hyphen because it is an adverb. If it was
Complete thread -- why.
Complete thread -- And this account uses BOS 2. Thanks for the help everyone. I'm settled.
Complete thread -- I would hyphenate
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- poorly can be both adverb and adjective.
Complete thread -- BoS 3 page 128 just says not to use it with adverbs ending in ly. back
Complete thread -- I haven't heard that before. Can you give an example of a -ly adjective?
Complete thread -- ly adverbs, but you do hyphenate ly adjectives.
Complete thread -- What artery and side? It might help me.
Complete thread -- no hyphen and most -ly words don't get hyphenated.
Complete thread -- The 2 previously-placed sutures. This does not need a hyphen/modifier, right?
Complete thread -- can find very little to justify a triscaphoid articulation, see links and use your
Complete thread -- Angiography: An *ulta 1* or *alta 1* 6-French guide was advanced...
Complete thread -- s/l bron means of uterine manipulation.
Complete thread -- it's fine
Complete thread -- x-rays show scapholunate dissociation with degenerative changes at s/l
Complete thread -- she is resolved... (corrects herself) ...she is determined to ride her bike
Complete thread -- yes, meaning PPD test (to rule out TB as etiology) "for the" splenic calcifications
Complete thread -- about this patient to possibly repeat a PPD test *for the* splenic c
Complete thread -- works at a summer camp from 9-5, five days a week. She ___ her bike i ...
Complete thread -- right. the OP replied "No, but really curious as to your question."
Complete thread -- it's a Holter monitor
Complete thread -- when you asked about it, OP said "no" (not in U.S.) -- or were you confused like I was?
Complete thread -- oh, sorry - for some reason I misread OP's reply above...
Complete thread -- If you are not the OP, how do you KNOW this isn't a U.S. account?
Complete thread -- It was just a thought...I'd run across a comment in BoS when
Complete thread -- This isn't a "United States" account - so the values were correct. We need to know things
Complete thread -- with a glucose of 16 and creatinine of 413, I'd think pt was IN the grave.
Complete thread -- and if that is the case, an international MT should say that, so we know how to help
Complete thread -- typo..on either side of the noun being modified
Complete thread -- Also this is a noun-adjective compound noun that is hyphenated on
Complete thread -- Great, thanks.
Complete thread -- I would put semicolon after 10
Complete thread -- I would say with the rom statements.
Complete thread -- Not sure what sentence pain free is to go with here?
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know outcome.
Complete thread -- It might have explained the 2 lab values billybob was
Complete thread -- No, but really curious as to your question?
Complete thread -- outcome was QA left blank for the doc to fill in. (think probably was hysteresis)
Complete thread -- Those are the formal names in the link, not what the OP posted.
Complete thread -- yes, I would. is workers' compensation board capped sm & link
Complete thread -- what are the ROMs of body part
Complete thread -- According to BOS2 (310): Use decimals, not fractions, with percents.
Complete thread -- Is this medical facility in the U.S. ?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- typo trypan blue
Complete thread -- VisionBlue (brand name) a.k.a. tryptan blue see link
Complete thread -- Ophthalmic surgery ...
Complete thread -- creatinine 4.13?
Complete thread -- random glucose 116?
Complete thread -- This link is for Australia.
Complete thread -- Typo s/b Another WAG ??revealment??
Complete thread -- Another WAVG ??revealment""
Complete thread -- A-V Search Hysteresis (AVSH) is a feature available in dual-chamber ... pacing in pacemake
Complete thread -- A pacemaker having a hysteresis feature which permits intrinsic heart activity, controlled
Complete thread -- WAG ??supervised fluoroscopy?? see link
Complete thread -- *to
Complete thread -- The patient is supposed ro provide fluoroscopy?
Complete thread -- did you look it up?
Complete thread -- no, it is 413, pt has some grave problems - thank you very much!
Complete thread -- ...pacemaker with escape rate hysteresis of about 40 per minute
Complete thread -- makes sense, but a urea and boy that creatinine is high compared to the urea. I'd think
Complete thread -- interstate workers' comp info
Complete thread -- interstate worker's compensation? never heard of
Complete thread -- wonder if "but a urea" plse sm for sentence
Complete thread -- It would be 27-1/2%
Complete thread -- what? interstate where?
Complete thread -- never. are you 100% sure doc said that or is that what you hear?
Complete thread -- i was told to capitalize worker's comp since it is a national thing, like capitalizing
Complete thread -- Doc dictating lab values, says "body urea" not blood urea, anyone heard before?
Complete thread -- no, I flagged, will repost later with my feedback
Complete thread -- yea, all I still hear is something that s/l 4 minutes... ? sorry.
Complete thread -- any way you can post a sound file?
Complete thread -- never heard that word on an echo before.
Complete thread -- google keeps giving me hysteresis, think I had better flag tho - thank you!
Complete thread -- something like escape beats (usually hear that) and maybe rapid asystole
Complete thread -- added more
Complete thread -- even with a long wav, i dont think it'll help. s/l she says was performed for minutes 4
Complete thread -- 27-1/2 , need the - to join the whole with the fraction.
Complete thread -- need help with first time doing a holter monitor, sm pls
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- actually thinks he says interstate instead of state
Complete thread -- What region of the body is being discussed?
Complete thread -- can you add a bit more before your ______? hard to catch this short segment
Complete thread -- up to my discretion, private practice, thanks.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap unless the state name was attached and 27.5%.
Complete thread -- abduction _____
Complete thread -- 2 questions on how to type...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- fluoroscopy
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. a definite fracture. indeed, a fracture.
Complete thread -- isolative
Complete thread -- Fracture
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- AXIS IV: Some ________ behavior by history, but not substantiated
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Prevacid can/is be given to infants. sm
Complete thread -- thanks, I flagged
Complete thread -- thanks, Q
Complete thread -- alignment said hopelessly wrong?
Complete thread -- anneal?
Complete thread -- WAG ??enablement??
Complete thread -- s/l ee-nail-ment
Complete thread -- You have such a good ear, "o".
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. I thought the various hits were supportive.
Complete thread -- no, just another nickname for meth
Complete thread -- He did crank last night. Should crank be capped? Thanks.
Complete thread -- I slowed it way down, very clearly 34, was for surveillance so I think correct.
Complete thread -- #1 - above-mentioned #2 - certainly no
Complete thread -- maybe for something like cancer surveillance, certainly not for a regular screening.
Complete thread -- is a 90-year-old female with ____ past medical history with shortness of breath that
Complete thread -- These make more sense. Perhaps you can hear this/these.
Complete thread -- What was the post-procedure diagnosis? I'd still be on 3-4 said fast.
Complete thread -- Then would blank and flag.
Complete thread -- PDF file (see link) with 6-month vaccinations, maybe said them fast, PCV, HIB?
Complete thread -- Apparently possible...see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 34 sounds very odd. I'd guess 3-4 (threeto four said fast can s/l 34)
Complete thread -- Thanks, but baby does not have GERD. Doc lists this in immunizations? nm
Complete thread -- (colonoscopy) we took more than s/l 34 biopsies (not 3 to 4). Does 34 sound odd?
Complete thread -- my roly-poly guy also says "plump" and "chubby" a lot in ab exams.
Complete thread -- could be...see link
Complete thread -- thanks, typo. nm
Complete thread -- In case not typo, s/b rotavirus
Complete thread -- 6-month-old receiving Prevnar, "Prevacid", and rotovirus. TIA nm
Complete thread -- Just so long as they don't describe ME as "roly-poly" ;)
Complete thread -- Mine says uses the phrase "plump belly"
Complete thread -- one of my docs described a man once as "roly-poly"
Complete thread -- To ms: Don't do that to us! Jolly Fellow is just too
Complete thread -- oops...link
Complete thread -- ??jelly belly?? see link..scan down to diagnosis..but
Complete thread -- Bowl full o'jello?
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it figured out. some audio was cut off.
Complete thread -- Word help - protuberant abdomen a and s/l "jolly fellow"?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I like the parentheses so I used your suggestion.!
Complete thread -- 10 mg x 4 = 40 mg in a day max; OP is questioning 40 mg b.i.d. (= 80 mg a day)
Complete thread -- It looks like I posted 4 minutes later than your decision, but
Complete thread -- Thanks, but "up to wheelchair" is what she says and it is fine.
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- Changing to general bedrest with a flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Another question, why capitalize "the Insured" - ?
Complete thread -- every one says up to 10 mg up to 4 times a day, depending on severity.
Complete thread -- then you cannot add. 2 mg to 10 mg, 2 to 4 times daily 10 mg 4 times a day
Complete thread -- I was thinking same thing -- sometimes SSRIs are used, so are benzos, for bipolar.
Complete thread -- Noat sure what the "quotes" are - or who said that, but Paxil is used for bipolar.
Complete thread -- Ooops sorry - Did not see my origional post - I will flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- I see nothing here that indicates 40 twice a day for any reason.
Complete thread -- OOops sorry for the repost above - I didn't see it - but here is more
Complete thread -- Would you question a dosage of Valium 20 to 40 mg twice a day?
Complete thread -- Management of Anxiety Disorders and Relief of Symptoms of Anxiety. Depending upon severit
Complete thread -- since you don't share diagnoses, it does sound high, but w/o knowing
Complete thread -- it is a lot, but not unheard of... if dictated clearly, I wouldn't flag it.
Complete thread -- If it was dictated Valium 20 to 40 mg twice per day, would you question that?
Complete thread -- Not saying "in general."
Complete thread -- s/l bedrest ***general*** (sm)
Complete thread -- where I work, we have to blank it and not use quotes, so go by your company's rules.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- When it is the patient spelling the med AND if the doctor
Complete thread -- med called Deltan?
Complete thread -- THx
Complete thread -- yes, DTR (deep tendon reflexes, sensation, strength....
Complete thread -- Should I have comma after DTR? Unsure...
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Lived and learned at this for 15 years now. You never stop learning.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- hamstrung isn't really that unusual either - these are just idioms.
Complete thread -- and hamstrung... severely restrict the efficiency or effectiveness of.
Complete thread -- one definition of stripe=▸ noun: a kind or category
Complete thread -- "of any stripe" is an idiom, basically any type...
Complete thread -- of any type?
Complete thread -- stripe works
Complete thread -- Thanks. I kept listening for dermatones for some reason. Thought it sounded like climate.
Complete thread -- I want to say he is trying to say dermatomes, but that's a guess.
Complete thread -- autonomous
Complete thread -- Given that we have no Staphyloccus aureus of any s/l stripe, will discontinue
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- ditto. Wow. lol
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. I NEVER would have gotten that!
Complete thread -- few colonies! Thanks for all the help.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am pretty sure I should give up at this point. It's just not clear enough.
Complete thread -- I hear mild retractions
Complete thread -- lol gotcha. more coffee for me.
Complete thread -- Plesiomonas shigelloides (f
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Could also sound like G. callmies. He is very fast.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Not finding it.
Complete thread -- No, thanks. I did. He is talking kind of fast, just at the part
Complete thread -- check link
Complete thread -- pseudomonas? Check a list of gram-negative rods
Complete thread -- I keep hearing interruptions
Complete thread -- gram-negative rod, s/l shickalmess, which is not otherwise speciated
Complete thread -- mild retractions is what I think he is saying.
Complete thread -- sorry, please ignore s/l in post (if possible)
Complete thread -- has been having mild _______ according
Complete thread -- Good point. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Typo "positional, that is, worse when he sat up" ...better finish
Complete thread -- mentioned (sp)
Complete thread -- right there. "text it mentoned "social aniety" - nm
Complete thread -- Tho they do not address your question specifically in
Complete thread -- where?
Complete thread -- acinar is first off an adj. as in acinar cell and refers to a cluster. Doubt
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- total guess acinar (if able post wav for WB to listen for you) before using guess sm
Complete thread -- the % is what is confusing me.
Complete thread -- My boo-boo. I didn't see your post (and yet it was 1st!). Sry
Complete thread -- For the 2nd I hear ""divisional, that is worse when he sat up""
Complete thread -- For 1st blank I hear hygromas.
Complete thread -- anxiety typo
Complete thread -- "aniety"?
Complete thread -- it's an OK abbreviation, not slang
Complete thread -- in your text it mentoned "social aniety"
Complete thread -- considered acceptable abbreviation for intravenous
Complete thread -- IV is fairly commonly used. I've rarely been asked to actually expand IV.
Complete thread -- is IV considered slang or an abbreviation? I'm thinking slang but
Complete thread -- generalized anxiety score? Depression/anxiety?
Complete thread -- Karnofsky? though 6 is way, way too low. ECOG?
Complete thread -- some kind of score on physical exam.
Complete thread -- CAT scan was reviewed, again there is a ductal *kinsbar*. Previous cystic lesi
Complete thread -- okay... somewhat positional, ____ worse when he sat up.
Complete thread -- somewhat positional, ..... when he sat up.
Complete thread -- or positional? just don't hear divisional.
Complete thread -- also, I don't hear division, sounds more like occasional to me.
Complete thread -- 1. hygromas. (?)
Complete thread -- He had been admitted about 10 days earlier to North Shore University H ...
Complete thread -- The patient most likely has underlying _____angioma that is still not ...
Complete thread -- instead of "an occipital"
Complete thread -- agree, says "reports of a occipital headache"
Complete thread -- As regards your thought that it might be gaping...I
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ?? "occipital headache" ??
Complete thread -- That is what I heard. Thanks
Complete thread -- reports of a hospital headache
Complete thread -- wav file, in for vision loss and headache.
Complete thread -- recanal or recanalization=creation of new blood canal(channel) in the thrombus
Complete thread -- As this is a referral letter, the medical info on the patient
Complete thread -- I always find things RIGHT after I post. LOL Thanks
Complete thread -- I would, yes, but depends on what client wants also
Complete thread -- tip when stuck, try a glossary hunt, peripheral smear glossary sm
Complete thread -- You're too quick...lol
Complete thread -- found this (SM) by googling ankylosis of frenulum
Complete thread -- Never mind. I searched in a different manner and found some good sources.
Complete thread -- so, in this case, would you type out "also known as"
Complete thread -- Okay, entire thing is all soft tissues. SM
Complete thread -- change that, ankylosis might make sense. Let me just keep listening
Complete thread -- Ankyloglossia and (he says) anklyosis of the upper midline labial frenulum.
Complete thread -- In letters I have always tried to not use many abbreviations, other than say common lab &
Complete thread -- What is the whole sentence? could it be "Service: Inpatient" ?
Complete thread -- can you be admitted to hosp as a "service patient" ?? ty
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- BoS 3 says same thing
Complete thread -- typo above-knee amputation
Complete thread -- typo above-knee ampulation
Complete thread -- BoS 2 says a.k.a. (to differentiate it from AKA which is above knee amputation)
Complete thread -- I did find "activated lymphocytes"..see link
Complete thread -- The biopsy was consistent with focal fibrous hyperplasia aka traumatic fibroma. SM
Complete thread -- Good luck.
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying some very low, but I am going to defer to expert
Complete thread -- I'm not going to be much help. Not my area of expertise. I'll
Complete thread -- Or different thought- Could the "low" be "no" or "though" decreased number etc?
Complete thread -- No, it's separately said - cells - pause - s/l San Verlow or San Bralow
Complete thread -- In the 1st s/l could "san" be the "s" from cells so that
Complete thread -- Just as further addition, he specifies later that there are teardrop cells. Thanks.
Complete thread -- SM please
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- I hear that too.
Complete thread -- here are some possibilities ...see link...I'll relisten too
Complete thread -- cell in the left anterior?
Complete thread -- eye exam...
Complete thread -- Looks like it would have been a good possibility.
Complete thread -- How about aging thrombus?
Complete thread -- Of course.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your help Q. Need to flag and move on now.
Complete thread -- If it is at mid to distal position shouldn't 'and' be 'in' ??
Complete thread -- I can't find or think of anything for s/l ape-ing
Complete thread -- here are exact phrase possibilities for thrombus in the femoral vein..see
Complete thread -- Thank goodness...I was searching in the wrong place and coming up empty
Complete thread -- see link...seems to make sense
Complete thread -- got second one finally - at mid-to-distal position
Complete thread -- Could be recanalized - does that make sense though?
Complete thread -- How about ??"recanalized __?__ thrombus"??
Complete thread -- is the s/l reh-call-ized or ree-call-ized?
Complete thread -- to get us started here are possible phrases using wildcard for 1st blank see
Complete thread -- Doppler showed chronic s/l re-call-ized ape-ing thrombus in the femoral vein. TIA!
Complete thread -- I found no reference in BoS 3 equal to the one in BoS 2 pg 361. Perhaps
Complete thread -- Yes thank you. I have not heard that word before:)
Complete thread -- Lasegue??
Complete thread -- s/l leseg testing??
Complete thread -- If I find perfect instruction, I'll post, but I personally would do it that way too.
Complete thread -- The indexing to these books is not the best in the world...so
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will go with 2 x 3 inches
Complete thread -- In BoS 3 page 243 but discussing different topic they show
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- my QA seems torn on this as I have repeated, and they removed, and vice-versa =/
Complete thread -- hmmm not sure now.
Complete thread -- Since it is verbatim I will leave as 2 inches x 3 inches
Complete thread -- So far looks like make it 2 x 3 inches
Complete thread -- Archive under inches says not to repeat, quotes BoS, but no page nor edition
Complete thread -- In a different part BoS 2 says do not repeat units of measure unless
Complete thread -- he dictates 2 inches x 3 inches
Complete thread -- To clarify..if he dictates 2 inches x 3 inches; or if he dictates 2 x 3 inches
Complete thread -- I would give it as U show if he dictates it that way. I did
Complete thread -- 2 inches x 3 inches or 2 x 3 inches? No account specs for this one.
Complete thread -- me too!! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Glad I could help.
Complete thread -- Should add I was too late to hear the WAV..going by previous experience
Complete thread -- yes! that is it! thank you!!! :)
Complete thread -- I just arrived. See what you think of the above.
Complete thread -- ??or acupuncture,??
Complete thread -- (hearing pink floyd in my head singing) is there anybody out there?
Complete thread -- I would have expected to hear something like...and then
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- nevermind... I got it.
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- got it: The posterior pharynx without erythema, edema, lesion, or exudate.
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- The sentence was "ABDOMEN: Soft. No edema." Surely you know MTs do, do this all time.
Complete thread -- I've looked everywhere & can't find a thing that s/l gemsen, jenson, jantzen, jameson..sry
Complete thread -- That's the best I can do with s/l..??transplant?? or ?? subsequent??
Complete thread -- ??subsequent??
Complete thread -- ??transplant??
Complete thread -- Forget stem cell...they would be doing the cartilage biopsy for
Complete thread -- Here's the link showing the comparison results. Can U hear
Complete thread -- I'm finding that stem cells are are different type of
Complete thread -- I am finding that ACI=autologous chondrocyte implantation and
Complete thread -- I will listen again for "stem cell" Thank you so much for your help.
Complete thread -- It is the knee.
Complete thread -- Is there possibility U R hearing ?? 'stem cell' ??
Complete thread -- Which part of body? knee? hip? other?
Complete thread -- Okay..I'll start checking with that as the jump off point
Complete thread -- I questioned that as well, but he states ACI twice clearly. When I google,
Complete thread -- R U absolutely sure of ACI...could that be ACL?
Complete thread -- possible cartilage biopsy for s/l "gemsen" ACI reconstructive procedure
Complete thread -- It almost sounds like he tries to start the sentence with 'BB', then
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- Ah, I see. I remember the post now.
Complete thread -- google: "abdominal edema"
Complete thread -- I'll explain it to you. The original post dropped off the page...
Complete thread -- :( I had already sent it :( darn :(
Complete thread -- just noticed he said difficulty breathing twice (redundant)
Complete thread -- It is not for the MT to decide what the doc is referring to. Surely, you know this.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- aaah, okay, that fits!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Shear stress is an entity unto itself. It has nothing to do with reflexes.
Complete thread -- me too?? what the heck? drive-by-posting??
Complete thread -- Got it! it is "fussy" :) she is a 5yo
Complete thread -- or coughing?? no clue
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is saying hypoxia?? LOL!
Complete thread -- dropped off what page? i'm lost on
Complete thread -- huh? He says everything else pretty clear, but what is "foffy" or "fossy" - no idea here.
Complete thread -- Dr. Mad-Gab... not sure what he is trying to say
Complete thread -- thank you for trying.. gonna have to give him a blank
Complete thread -- yes, I know :(
Complete thread -- he is spelling out "tired" after he says it but then says something else
Complete thread -- dropped off page I guess, it came up here??
Complete thread -- can't get it, but starts with ----and M something
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Tell us how is different animal. Shear stress used often in dictation and articles
Complete thread -- Dr. Mad-Gab... not sure what he is trying to say
Complete thread -- 20th, 17th, and 14th (and is dates in month?)
Complete thread -- 8+ is term this facility uses when referring to labs
Complete thread -- Glad you got it...I got sidetracked.
Complete thread -- Yes and with your drug I got the first one too..etomidate. Thanks!
Complete thread -- rocuronium...see link
Complete thread -- s/l accomodate rock-your-own-e-um and rapid sequence intubation done. TIA!
Complete thread -- CHADS AND CHADS2 & can hear CHA2DS2-VASc (vascular) sm
Complete thread -- 3 visits is not much to me
Complete thread -- She didn't want to keep you waiting. If know meaning there would be less questions
Complete thread -- That what Med Trans is allll about, 'definitions & spelling. Clear, many don't look it up.
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- Excellent link - Thanks Questyr!
Complete thread -- BTW viral load (as you 1st showed it)
Complete thread -- Here's chart that shows the numbers.
Complete thread -- Of course. Sorry. I'm such a cardiohead!
Complete thread -- If U R asking about the phrase, yes. See link. If you are
Complete thread -- hepatitis C viral load of 413,393 - Does this look correct.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I don't understand: The rest of her 8+ is quite good
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Yes...thanks!
Complete thread -- I should also add that since 'aceous' is a legitimate suffix..see
Complete thread -- ha -- I was just waiting for you to come along defining all the terms for us!
Complete thread -- buttressing makes sense to me.= support or stabilize it. sm
Complete thread -- I jusr reread my post, I meant to say "abdomen" (instead put extremities)
Complete thread -- I too prefer under neuro, however, they do dictate "HEENT" & start cranial nerves & fits
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- edema under extremities does fit such as anasarca sm & link
Complete thread -- It is now in McGraw Hill's Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine at
Complete thread -- keratinaceous cyst - Medical Dictionary - sm & link
Complete thread -- Sometimes they say keratinaceous but not a real word. You might have to go with
Complete thread -- small care-uh-nay-shush cyst behind ear. TIA!
Complete thread -- If you didn't do the exam, you have no clue where it is. I'd stay safe, and NOT add
Complete thread -- You can have edema pretty much anywhere. Leave it
Complete thread -- OK -- my head still tells me that a finding of "no edema" doesn't go under abdomen exam.
Complete thread -- just curious as you could have abdominal edema, but whatever.
Complete thread -- you transcribe a few thousand exams, you learn what observations go under what headings...
Complete thread -- how do you know it was edema there?
Complete thread -- I'd put no edema under extremities, even tho he didn't give that heading.
Complete thread -- that is what I thought too, but was unsure due to southie accent :)
Complete thread -- I hear paresis
Complete thread -- unsure if saying paresis or paralysis, or if something else... says twice
Complete thread -- a buttressing flap? "d flap is a reliable buttress"
Complete thread -- Had to go back to get the link. Here it is
Complete thread -- ??transposition flap?? see link
Complete thread -- soft tissue "buttrisin" or "abutrisin" flap. sm
Complete thread -- Margaret, R U the Margaret from a few years ago on this board?
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- OK thanks.
Complete thread -- absolutely not. "a" health center" no
Complete thread -- no I wouldn't -- it'd be like saying she works as an office manager.
Complete thread -- Health Center here..
Complete thread -- Would you cap Health Center her?
Complete thread -- might be Tm voiced "team," or "T m" transcutaneous monitor nm
Complete thread -- I agree with the closed reduced. I missed that one.
Complete thread -- You only think I'm stressed because I used all caps, which looks like shouting. That's
Complete thread -- I am finding the closeD....but no hyphen
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure it s/b "it was closed-reduced" but I'm going
Complete thread -- I will do my best not to accommodate you in the future. If it causes you that much stress
Complete thread -- Nobody threatened you, OP; just don't shout next time, that's all.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- it was pinned using 3 K wires and it was with surgeon's satisfaction
Complete thread -- Sorry, change 1st to first (I typed that out of habit)
Complete thread -- #2 is "the reduction"
Complete thread -- Also need some semi-colons
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry it bothers you. And that is nice that you don't care that it doesn't bother me.
Complete thread -- reduced and it was _______ using three AND under fluoroscopy, _______ reduction was t
Complete thread -- you're right Q. No wonder I was thinking MTP... sheesh, all this shouting had me conflused
Complete thread -- Actually looks like OP mistyped originally as all fractures are in the foot so
Complete thread -- YOUR CLIENT IS NOT ON THIS BOARD. I DON'T CARE IF IT BOTHERS YOU, IT BOTHERS ME.
Complete thread -- I hear was resected at the neck...and to bone pieces
Complete thread -- make that MCP JOINT
Complete thread -- AND COMMAS TO SET OFF SECOND MTP JOINT...right back atcha, L
Complete thread -- Doesn't bother me any. :) Client wants that part that way.
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- In case not typo, s/b closeD reduction
Complete thread -- Sorry o, I had to use all caps just.for.you.
Complete thread -- has been .... UTIs ?
Complete thread -- Disregard. Subsequent checking of differential diagnosis of
Complete thread -- doesn't sound like visits since that'd be heckuva LOT of visits.
Complete thread -- agree on bone fragment. I WOULD ALSO COMMA AFTER FIXATION, LEFT FOOT.
Complete thread -- I can only hear 'otomy' not the beginning
Complete thread -- bone fragment. (next time, lose the caps before you post - it is obnoxious)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will do that.
Complete thread -- REMOVAL MIDDLE PHALANX _______, TENOTOMY AND CAPSULOTOMY
Complete thread -- I'd move it to under Neurologic heading (if you can move stuff); it doesn't fit with neck.
Complete thread -- Can the cranial nerve II through XII be left under NECK heading?
Complete thread -- ??myelomatous??
Complete thread -- This can't be a date but could it be 20, 17, 14 as in visits for physical therapy,
Complete thread -- see link...there is Artane (trihexphenidyl) for Parkinson's
Complete thread -- I wonder! great suggestion thank you - will see if I can catch it
Complete thread -- ??several??
Complete thread -- If only they let us edit everything. Punctuating as is at least
Complete thread -- non-medical word, s/l spenn-ulled, sm for context plse
Complete thread -- I've had to add several words into mine, and I have also found words that I didn't add
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- also
Complete thread -- varus or valgus instability
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- with borderline patella ______ moderate lateral patella
Complete thread -- Negative _____ Lachman, posterior drawer, anterior
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- I can see how it could go either way, but I'd vote for no cap in this case.
Complete thread -- cap or not?
Complete thread -- technique and polyp at 90 cm area felt *thermush* and so ink
Complete thread -- can you fix 'he has' to His external rotation in abduction is only... ?
Complete thread -- Last sentence - see inside. Not sure if my comma placement is correct
Complete thread -- thank you all!! :)
Complete thread -- I'll buy that. I'm pretty sure it is just some little non-crucial word there.
Complete thread -- maybe he says "Encouraged her on SBE" ???
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- maybe just "encouraged IN SBE, etc." and the rest like I put below
Complete thread -- what dirty procedures? SBE is self breast exam here.
Complete thread -- I think it is just an "ah" pause.
Complete thread -- can't get first word, but says SBE and then I hear it slightly different than you have it.
Complete thread -- POSTED NEW WAV... BETTER SOUND
Complete thread -- I can barely hear it, but it does s/l encouraged ? SBE, ..
Complete thread -- ditto - I had to turn down my music to hear it at all
Complete thread -- I know, right. If I ignored all the words that spellcheck didn't 'know,' it'd be a long
Complete thread -- He says SBE in there but in this context it'd be self-breast examination.
Complete thread -- does that fit with this history?
Complete thread -- I can barely hear it even with my volume to the max???
Complete thread -- definitely not name at all :(
Complete thread -- encouraged ___(?name)___ SBE
Complete thread -- thanks guys
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- spellcheck is a product - it doesn't "know" stuff
Complete thread -- yes. Google: fecalized contents
Complete thread -- CHADS
Complete thread -- docs coin docisms all the time. I mean it clearly means fecal-like contents
Complete thread -- mine either
Complete thread -- sure sounds like fecalized, but that word won't go through my spell checker.
Complete thread -- fecalized? just verifying
Complete thread -- Is this acct 580? he sounds really familiar to me
Complete thread -- What a hoot!
Complete thread -- sheer stress is a different animal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh, good lord...fibromatous
Complete thread -- fibromacous tumor?
Complete thread -- not really, neither could stand alone, maybe were discussed with......
Complete thread -- lipomatous, maybe?
Complete thread -- flaggged
Complete thread -- or, and I add that she was started on Reglan... ?
Complete thread -- and I hear that she was started on Reglan?
Complete thread -- emptying problem and ______. She was started on Reglan 10 mg
Complete thread -- Mass is either some sort of giant cell tumor of the tendon sheath or s/l "falomatous"
Complete thread -- drugs in a list, includes s/l tri-fen-a-dil ?
Complete thread -- Have to flag and move on. Would love to know for future reference though. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l teen oxygen is 95% on room air. TIA!
Complete thread -- Here's hoping that's the worst of your worries. :)
Complete thread -- I will go with it....just was hanging in doubt with that!
Complete thread -- I think so.
Complete thread -- yes...totally agree with that..am sorry i didnt check before....thank you
Complete thread -- Exercise, diet, physical therapy; all discussed with her and husband. semicolon ok?tx
Complete thread -- OneLook shows definition has to do with optic papilla. Don't
Complete thread -- synovitis fits best ....thank you
Complete thread -- it sounds like synovitis too
Complete thread -- is it pseudoneuritis by any chance?
Complete thread -- see link..FYI ADD=articular disc disorders
Complete thread -- ??Significant synovitis was also noted.??
Complete thread -- forgetting pseudo for the moment, can U hear synovitis in there?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- the sudo probably = pseudo ...give me a minute
Complete thread -- Considering that the 'S' stands for prior stroke, I would
Complete thread -- TMJ internal derangement
Complete thread -- Is there a CHAD score or is it always CHADS with the S? TIA!
Complete thread -- 174, 108, 448
Complete thread -- maybe QA removes the flag if they figure it out or approve it
Complete thread -- * stretch
Complete thread -- consider: muscle stetch reflexes
Complete thread -- Very understandable, breaking word into parts; calling it "GI tract" cheats the esophagus!
Complete thread -- TY! You are right. I need to take more time. I viewed GI as stomach/intestine vs dig tract
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Not clear enough for me, flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- some friendly advice from
Complete thread -- I"m always over-thinking. Thanks for being polite in your responses.
Complete thread -- ypur question How can esophageal varices cause a GI bleed? Again, the flag was removed.
Complete thread -- and to answer your question, "How can esophageal varices cause a GI bleed?"
Complete thread -- ....especially since he changed from esophageal bleed to GI bleed.
Complete thread -- stretch sheer reflexes 2+
Complete thread -- Yes, I guess I was thinking stomach/intestines.
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- The esophagus is part of the upper GI tract, and varices bleed. #2 makes sense
Complete thread -- If able to recall voice dictation, this is best, & to give a listen, the reason is sm
Complete thread -- #2 sounds perfectly okay to me. #1 sounds incorrect. No way to figure out
Complete thread -- ...but that doesn't sound like your s/l
Complete thread -- Maybe "deep tendon reflexes 2+," but that doesn
Complete thread -- something "reflexes 2+..."
Complete thread -- Muscle s/l stretch sheer fixes 2+ in biceps, triceps & brachioradialis bilaterally.
Complete thread -- Could someone explain if the following excerpts of dictation make sense? (sm)
Complete thread -- Very enjoyable!
Complete thread -- since no decimal points dictated, we always have msec 174 msec, et cetera.
Complete thread -- okay, I see. Yes, it's msec. Tysm. I understand now.
Complete thread -- lmbo - I love it (and I love that original song) -lb
Complete thread -- Check out this grammar lesson...
Complete thread -- one web page has:
Complete thread -- look for results in milliseconds (msec)
Complete thread -- ECG report - I'm not sure of these values
Complete thread -- I hear...prednisone (period).
Complete thread -- Just noticed I accidentally did a combo form of dorsolateral
Complete thread -- If you're going to separate each direction, shouldn't there also
Complete thread -- google white surgery for the location in question, probably individual facility
Complete thread -- Sorry, went away for awhile. Many thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I am hearing a "p" word like period or pattern. He
Complete thread -- Right foot proximal, dorsal, lateral aspect cuboid region.
Complete thread -- I see what you mean...proximal dorsolateral aspect cuboid region sm
Complete thread -- I hear "later" but...
Complete thread -- short mp3 posted - long pauses before and after
Complete thread -- oops..think proximal dorsal, lateral (s) and cuboid region..etc
Complete thread -- Sounds like first he designates the areas of the right foot
Complete thread -- Right foot proximal dorsal lateral...upon palpation. This sentence confuses me.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- could be mitte
Complete thread -- scan down to approval criteria
Complete thread -- I see at this insurance link that they have number of
Complete thread -- Thanks, I appreciate your opinion.
Complete thread -- I would put comma after male and after XX...BJMO
Complete thread -- OK for punctuation?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd guess only the doc know what he means. makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- what does doc mean by "M" here? plse sm
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- I'm findings references to white surgery, red surgery, green surgery and
Complete thread -- Mention of "Red Surgery" in archived reports, think White might be correct
Complete thread -- "Patient was seen by *white* surgery" for wet gangrene emergent surgery.
Complete thread -- gigglesnort
Complete thread -- punctuation, sentences, lots wrong.
Complete thread -- Forget this...I googled PCR not PCM....going back to play now.
Complete thread -- Googling shows PCR is a test performed on a virus...Different
Complete thread -- agree...
Complete thread -- ??provocative test?? see link
Complete thread -- Unless I'm mistaken, that's a diagnosis, though, not a lab test.
Complete thread -- umm... CMP for someone with dyslexia?
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway - found protein-calorie malnutrition
Complete thread -- Will draw CBC, PCM, C-reactive protein, TSH and lactose tolerance test.
Complete thread -- Sounds like Brock or rock test for carpal tunnel syndrome?
Complete thread -- This time same number but 30 seconds.
Complete thread -- However mine was 24 seconds
Complete thread -- I just did it and it is still 2,710,000.
Complete thread -- so, that went up by 10,000 since the last post about it.
Complete thread -- I just looked at kerfluey and got About 2,720,000 results (0.32 seconds)
Complete thread -- That blank is like my brain today... it happens.
Complete thread -- Disregard the link...It's a blank page. Don't know how that happened!
Complete thread -- Yes..I have noticed, and don't know why...sometimes it
Complete thread -- I wondered because I looked once and the number went up. odd.
Complete thread -- sometimes those hit counts are bogus - billybob said something about that once...
Complete thread -- wow!
Complete thread -- Correction kerfluey gets 2,710,000 hits!
Complete thread -- Well you won't believe this, but kerpluey gets 1,200,000 hits!
Complete thread -- winner! Her report didn't go kablooey after all! (feeling relieved)
Complete thread -- Ah. Now this research is very important..we're not really playing.
Complete thread -- gapjoj's kablooey without quotes gets 211,000 hits!
Complete thread -- but the quotes were only around kerflooey, it is the everything went part.
Complete thread -- I would. these 50-second psych notes are doing crap for my line count.
Complete thread -- Do you sometimes get the feeling we would rather play words than work?
Complete thread -- Ah. Might have been because you used quotes.
Complete thread -- here is how my search went...not sure why such a hugh difference
Complete thread -- :-D
Complete thread -- Wait, I see below poi had kerflooey but showed only 9000 hits. Wonder
Complete thread -- Eh, he got kablooey... I think I kablooey'd his report... LOL
Complete thread -- I would have never gotten it since I was looking for a drug!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- You're a genius! That's it!
Complete thread -- oops..see link
Complete thread -- ??and so Foley bulb??
Complete thread -- 40,600 with a Merriam-Webster hit at top..kerflooey..see link
Complete thread -- s/l sul-fall-a-bulb or so fall-a-bulb was placed (see context)
Complete thread -- What fun...I get to start my lunchtime with a laugh! Thnx.
Complete thread -- This guy is a trip.
Complete thread -- it's a winner - 10700 google hits
Complete thread -- kerpluey (159 google hits) kerplooey (827 google hits) kerflooey (8320 hits)
Complete thread -- ah! how about kablooey?
Complete thread -- well, I can spell "t-h-i-s" but how about "kerplooey" - SM
Complete thread -- ugh...I have a psych doc who has his way of speaking. how to spell this?
Complete thread -- Happens to me all the time. :)
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- this is what happens when you can't use your expander haha
Complete thread -- I think....HNP (herniated nucleus pulposus)
Complete thread -- HNP - herniated nucleus pulposis
Complete thread -- s/l H and P ??
Complete thread -- thank you!! I can now hear that clearly :)
Complete thread -- Nexium indefinitely.
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- ??which an inflatable Cholangiocath??
Complete thread -- I was just looking at a page and wondering that myself. Quite a stretch but
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- who you callin silly?
Complete thread -- wondering if "CAN" might be some slang for CoAgulase-Negative? but can't confirm such
Complete thread -- terminal ?
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I am still not sure but think I will flag to be on the safe side.
Complete thread -- that the end of the ________ extensor tendon
Complete thread -- top of pg bacteria shows Staphylococcus capitis, but might be "pan"
Complete thread -- google CAM staph - community-aqcuired .. ?
Complete thread -- yep, can or canned. hmmmm
Complete thread -- This is what we go by too.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sent wav. Pan sounds good but I keeping I hear that C or K sound
Complete thread -- pan as in pan sensitive?
Complete thread -- sounds like Can staph or canned staph
Complete thread -- my employer goes by BOS 2
Complete thread -- not sure, relisten for "passage of DYE" into the duodenum.
Complete thread -- ??leukocyte count 2.2??
Complete thread -- s/l radio cholangiocath
Complete thread -- I BELIEVE they are trying to bring to the attention of the readers of
Complete thread -- silly
Complete thread -- no-definitely hearing "2.2"
Complete thread -- might add that patient has mixed connective tissue/systemic lupus
Complete thread -- leukocyte 10.2 or something to that effect
Complete thread -- I don't have BoS 3, but I thought you could do a range as 6/10 to 10/10...
Complete thread -- saying loo-co-sigh-tan (my slash was to indicate syllable)
Complete thread -- Can you clarify what sounds you are hearing? Is he/she
Complete thread -- OP's post reads "Does this make sense HERE"
Complete thread -- the question was "does this make sense HERE?"
Complete thread -- labs CBC
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS 3, page 268..they recommend
Complete thread -- huh? kind of depends on where "here" is. Where did that say that???
Complete thread -- just to clarify - "jerk" refers to the reflex (like when they tap knee w/ hammer thingy
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- In case not typo..s/b overall
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- kind of depends on where "here" is. Might be "REFLEXES: Symmetric..." but makes sense.
Complete thread -- I think ok talking about the knee and ankle jerk reflexes being symmetric (equal)
Complete thread -- she is 6 up to a 10/10 (and I'd use hyphens in bone-on-bone)
Complete thread -- Try MTjobs.com
Complete thread -- ignore this unkind poster. Nothing wrong with your post
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Does this make sense here? This is what I am hearing..
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- you are sure a sloppy typist. I couldn't hire you.
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- go to mtstars . com for job listings
Complete thread -- Wow...what a reference site!
Complete thread -- I know U said he is clear..just throwing this one out there-reciprocating-see link
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- home based mt
Complete thread -- KUBs would certainly fit the context.
Complete thread -- kidneys?
Complete thread -- and perINeal is IN between
Complete thread -- I think this MIGHT be KUBs were good.
Complete thread -- what's wrong with the pt? Has he had back surgery?
Complete thread -- s/l cages were good
Complete thread -- I was sooo wrong. I saw "raft plate", converted
Complete thread -- is to remember peroneal as on the leg
Complete thread -- Easy way to remember - perOneal Orthopedic
Complete thread -- U have one person saying 'no' and another saying 'yes' ...so
Complete thread -- ? loupe light
Complete thread -- raft plate
Complete thread -- what's the next sentence? (wondering if "leak" might be blending with next sound, cuz
Complete thread -- I think "raff plate"=raphe (as oscar indicated)..I just wasn't
Complete thread -- left canal occluded with wax and removed with a "loop leak." nm
Complete thread -- there is a supplement by this name
Complete thread -- He is not definitely saying it - that's just what you hear
Complete thread -- yeah, that would be wrong
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me
Complete thread -- ...or just plain arytenoid
Complete thread -- I was confused cause prior report said perineal tendonitis...that must be wrong.
Complete thread -- might be "cricoarytenoid arthritis." Give context next time.
Complete thread -- perineal area between vag opening and anus, peroneal to do with leg
Complete thread -- s/l fulcras might be fulcrum
Complete thread -- stenosing tenosynovitis leads to both problems
Complete thread -- right.
Complete thread -- SM - Peroneal is one thing - trigger finger is the other problem.
Complete thread -- here's a helpful excerpt for explanation
Complete thread -- ...good response. Continues to require...
Complete thread -- Perineal/Peroneal? To do with thumb..and possible later injection to perineal sheath?
Complete thread -- LOL! Thanks for being kind, O.
Complete thread -- "given" in this sentence means considering
Complete thread -- oh well, live and learn. "Voldyning" was new to me, so thanks for that!
Complete thread -- Made up, but if you use it, I think you'd lower-case it (like "bovied") - right, guys?
Complete thread -- I don't think so, made-up word.
Complete thread -- Referring to using Kerlix? Would Kerlixed be appropriate? nm
Complete thread -- wrapped it with Kerlix is my take on that. ?
Complete thread -- derm: I "kerlexed" the lesion on the right arm. tia nm
Complete thread -- no need for apologies :) glad you figured it out too! :)
Complete thread -- I figured that out after a minute or two. :) Sorry. I did listen, and
Complete thread -- send/listen to WAV files is on left and send/listen to MP3 files is on right
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks to all the help... I think this is it... (sm)
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- probably just misspoke.
Complete thread -- I always make sure my files play before I even post.. I always click refresh after I post
Complete thread -- At least it was sent to QA, but they will look at me like a ding dong!
Complete thread -- I hear "I did state that we would like this under 7."
Complete thread -- probably this one had not loaded fully yet. It is there now
Complete thread -- state that we would like to ... (hear a 7)? ..
Complete thread -- I clicked on "listen to sound files" and the below automatically plays.
Complete thread -- Thanks, O. Crap, sent it in with a flag. Never heard that measurement in voldyning.
Complete thread -- Me either.
Complete thread -- I can't catch it either - but I think I hear "after we do" instead of "have to do"
Complete thread -- did you click MP3??
Complete thread -- sounds like after "given" should be a period and "his" should be "He has...
Complete thread -- I don't hear your sound file. I hear the one below.
Complete thread -- The patient is status post total thyroidectomy, which was done in June.
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- in spirometry, volume is measured in liters - seems OK to me.
Complete thread -- ah hah. Figures.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I was referring to 3 L being weird. Only see cc per sec as measurement.
Complete thread -- She said that he ambulates using tone before. I did not understand that either
Complete thread -- Reliance on tone - if that makes any sense at all, but that's what it s/l to me.
Complete thread -- thanks! I figured lap was laparotomy sponge, just didn't know they came as 5-yard
Complete thread -- My guess is "stated being in MVA" (article "an" was left out and "in" was heard as "an")
Complete thread -- It was 5-yard lap(arotomy sponge).
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- in sounds like an - how about "in MVA" (diagnosis certainly fits)
Complete thread -- full can?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not stated being 'in' an, but an, so how about MBA?
Complete thread -- Great explanation!
Complete thread -- yes - voldyning. Here's a link w/2 hits (one from this WB) that support use of that term.
Complete thread -- Hospital quirk. They always refer to spirometry as "voldyning."
Complete thread -- no, wait... how about being in an MVA? That's better than my NBA guess.
Complete thread -- is the patient a basketball player by any chance? (being in the NBA?)
Complete thread -- lumbar pain; stated being an *N B A*; diagnosis: Contusion
Complete thread -- No pain to supraspinatus in sounds liike "fulcras" position?
Complete thread -- So Dosepak is a brand-name dose pack, does that mean all dose packs are Dosepak brand?
Complete thread -- Voldyne is a brand of spirometers? that does not seem to be right?
Complete thread -- Don't know why you question tendon or ligament??
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry, I have tendon inside but not sure that is what it is
Complete thread -- radial carpal *ligament* was tender
Complete thread -- Incentive spirometry: The patient voldyning greater than 3 L. What? Is that right?
Complete thread -- enthesopathy /en¡¤the¡¤sop¡¤a¡¤thy/ (en¡Èthĕ-sop¢¥ah-the) disorder of the muscular or tendinous
Complete thread -- enthesopathy
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- I found it. Having trouble with this site updating today.
Complete thread -- Dosepak is not just Medrol. Dosepak IS the packaging itself and used for many
Complete thread -- thanks, y'all
Complete thread -- She has undergone an MRI of the right shoulder at which time it was noted
Complete thread -- That all was in there! Thank you so much once again~
Complete thread -- The patient was then placed in deep Trendelenburg. A "5-yard lap" was then
Complete thread -- Agree w/oaompp - that's exactly how I do it, "dose pack" unless it is a Medrol Dosepak.
Complete thread -- for augmentation and repair
Complete thread -- wav file. I think he is changing his mind but I am missing a word
Complete thread -- Here is the thing. If you Dosepak, it has to be capped because it is the packaging that
Complete thread -- she uses prednisone dose packs when needed. (or dosepaks)?
Complete thread -- See link. This is the same for Word 2010.
Complete thread -- good thought, I flagged it, tho. Thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like he's talking about (distally) toes 2, 3, and 4.
Complete thread -- I took the word bone out of my search, is what I meant, before ....
Complete thread -- going with articulating. Took the word bone out and I found some good sources
Complete thread -- raphe
Complete thread -- The tibia was divided with a s/l ticulating bone saw, as was the fibula.
Complete thread -- raft?
Complete thread -- should this be II, III and IV, or 2, 3, and 4?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Venous does not sound correct.
Complete thread -- is this ok
Complete thread -- Schatzker V right tibial plateau fracture
Complete thread -- thnks, will try that.
Complete thread -- drug help - s/l*Hypertine*
Complete thread -- may be in normal.dot.
Complete thread -- I kept adding entries to autocorrect Word pl sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...metabolic equivalents of task.
Complete thread -- METs.
Complete thread -- Functional status is around s/l 4 mats. TIA!
Complete thread -- NM. porous ingrowth prothesis. tnx
Complete thread -- Sounds like "porcine growth prosthesis" ?
Complete thread -- the new one is there but the old one may be in your computer cache SM
Complete thread -- maybe VH ene is VSI (meaning the H sound like S) sm
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- You are amazing and always such a great help. Thanks a lot, Quesyr.
Complete thread -- BTW do the seach in the New Search box
Complete thread -- On the subject line Address it To: billybob then proceed to
Complete thread -- How interesting. How do I post a question for billybob? Just post a question now?
Complete thread -- I was told loooong ago you're supposed to erase your old
Complete thread -- A general question: When I try to listen to my latest posted wav file, sometimes I get
Complete thread -- Me too.
Complete thread -- I think that's it: Obturator and sheath.
Complete thread -- I THINK he's saying "obturator and sheath" ...give me a bit more time
Complete thread -- Found it...I think I found support for obturator/sheath, but
Complete thread -- should be there now. I still hear the old one though (clearly hear 'its obturator now)
Complete thread -- I exited then came back in (twice), but the old one is still there.
Complete thread -- sorry. let me try again
Complete thread -- I'm not finding the new WAV
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch. YOu having helped me with that, could you listen to a part of
Complete thread -- Obturator or operative sheath? Same dictator as below. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think he used 'was' because it is inserted as a unit ...
Complete thread -- Good enough, I guess. When dictated 'sheath and dilator is..' would that not be plural
Complete thread -- Obturator makes sense and I do hear 'its obturator' I'd use it IMO.
Complete thread -- Barely. I am trying to hear it. 'its' is correct. Must be 'obturator.'
Complete thread -- Thank you for the input!
Complete thread -- Can U hear ??sheath and dilator with its obturator??
Complete thread -- oooh....I like that....
Complete thread -- Can't hear that. He also has never dictated 'Seldinger' before. I may just flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ??with Seldinger was passed?? see link
Complete thread -- Could there be something like 'obturator' in there?
Complete thread -- The sheath and dilator ??with __?__ was?? passed...I'm going back again
Complete thread -- InterStim placement. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Good suggestion. I think now it is "or anesthesiological"
Complete thread -- WAG ?? "anatomical or physiological factors"??
Complete thread -- abdominal protuberance and anatomical s/l or-in-ess-logical factors - TIA!
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. Not sure why I couldn't find. :)
Complete thread -- I would only add mg wherever he said it, once or twice, but ONLY where he added it.
Complete thread -- google - sphericity humerus
Complete thread -- it may definitely sound like that...but is he "definitely" saying that?
Complete thread -- What is the whole sentence? any other diagnosis? "context" perhaps
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- I can find hits on humeral sphericity.
Complete thread -- I went ahead & bolded it just in case.
Complete thread -- So far I find nothing to support arachnoid arthritis...I've
Complete thread -- I bet he means arachnoiditis but saying it wrong. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Need help with word...
Complete thread -- Arachnoid arthritis does not make sense to me. JMHO.
Complete thread -- Rheumatoid arthritis?
Complete thread -- arachnoid arthritis??
Complete thread -- great!
Complete thread -- Sounds like a good idea.
Complete thread -- arachnoiditis?
Complete thread -- I definitely hear a -zole at the end.
Complete thread -- thanks you! fits with history of psoriasis.
Complete thread -- arachnoid arthritis??
Complete thread -- clobetasone?
Complete thread -- I hear gli-pit-i-zone?
Complete thread -- possibly omeprazole
Complete thread -- propranolol, ipratropium bromide, fluticasone nasal spray, ____________, stool
Complete thread -- thanks for the input. I have 5 previous office visits and this was
Complete thread -- No, I do not think he is correcting himself, think he
Complete thread -- got the blank - right otitis media
Complete thread -- Includes mild obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, GERD, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea
Complete thread -- And presenting complaint?
Complete thread -- What stage of pregnancy? early? delivered already? other?
Complete thread -- I don't feel good about this. Let me check further.
Complete thread -- wow. just wow.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- I have complained, I just get told to *do my best*
Complete thread -- they add "mg" wherever they want when dictated.
Complete thread -- exactly (car radio), though he isn't driving. I get this all time. Thx all for trying.
Complete thread -- Oh wow. Can't get it. Sorry. I think I would be tempted to lodge a complaint.
Complete thread -- Ridiculous. He must be driving his car with radio turned on (some Middle Eastern music lol
Complete thread -- not just dragging out Z? TZeeeee
Complete thread -- Can make sense of how these numbers go. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- Left-sided rib pain could be musculoskeletal in origin. No definite ________ was
Complete thread -- Client preference ..but if
Complete thread -- Thanks. I heard it all except for special. Hear that now. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- I see, add the 'mg' twice then.
Complete thread -- special care nursery is what I hear
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- wav file, infant with feeding problems.
Complete thread -- Yes, 5 mg/325 mg.
Complete thread -- Mostly wondered about the 'mg' added.
Complete thread -- I came across the same page. It does not show the 'mg' added, but since dictated after 5
Complete thread -- seems so...see link
Complete thread -- yes, it's 5/325 (the 5 is hydrocodone and 325 for acetaminophen)
Complete thread -- Dictated "Lortab 5 mg 325, twenty dispensed" Is Lortab 5/325 mg correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. TZE sounds better than what I thought at first!
Complete thread -- I searched but all I got was pages of foreign names.
Complete thread -- Yes, it does. I will put it but flag. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- Now that I hear the WAVE, forget teensy...I too hear TZE..I'm
Complete thread -- s/l TZE
Complete thread -- It sounds like TZE more than teasy..
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it is something like TCE or TZE or... or... ?
Complete thread -- Sent a WAV file
Complete thread -- TZE? Tz is short for trapezium but I dunno what the E would be for - just throwing out a
Complete thread -- ??teensy??
Complete thread -- He is in for a wrist sprain
Complete thread -- I wonder if she's just stuttering ??thruh throbbing??
Complete thread -- sounds like teasy E fracture
Complete thread -- Based on description of procedure on google I would think
Complete thread -- did you get it? what was it? or did you just give up?
Complete thread -- ^^that's exactly what I heard^^ can't make out that word before throbbing either
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- - throbbing and usually 10/10 but might be a tiny word before throbbing.
Complete thread -- He rates his back pain as achy, stabbing, burning, dull, sharp, ____(0 ...
Complete thread -- grasped with a s/l ball of snare
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- listed in Stedman's cardiology as well as surgical equipment as Gore-Tex
Complete thread -- Still has live trademark with hyphen
Complete thread -- I don't see it as all one word, must be your spell checker.
Complete thread -- Since there is a sliding mechanism, bar may well be it. Thanks for
Complete thread -- Has Gore-Tex suture been changed to Goretex? It may just be my spell checker
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- I actually think instead of 'mark' it is "bar"
Complete thread -- Probably just typo, but..??"An additional mark"??
Complete thread -- Now I hear "swabs x3".
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- 2nd blank correction ??"soft sponge x3" ??
Complete thread -- 2nd blank - swabs x 3
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- now hearing: Betadine swabs x3 .... thank you!
Complete thread -- swab sticks #2??
Complete thread -- 2nd blank ?? "soft __?__ and scrape" ??
Complete thread -- 1st blank ?? mark ??
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- Brilliant, that's it! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- And this too would seem to support it...see link
Complete thread -- I think poi's answer is best - fits perfectly with the context with no stretch of the s/l
Complete thread -- good one oscar!...I was looking for a fancy word.
Complete thread -- TEGwire?
Complete thread -- tool use?
Complete thread -- ??V-18?? (Boston Scientific...see link) bottom of page
Complete thread -- Eye clinic note..
Complete thread -- ??could I-I = Glidewire ?? as the name is Glidewire Advantage
Complete thread -- aortic wire? WAG
Complete thread -- e exchanged that for a s/l *VH-ene* wire, and this wire went all the way down to the
Complete thread -- ooh - good one, poi. I found II=internal iliac, but didn't think that made sense.
Complete thread -- image intensifier (part of C-arm)
Complete thread -- brain is gone today. Were reflected. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- flaps were s/l fledgeted off the proximal phalanx
Complete thread -- and we changed the s/l* I-I (eye-eye) to a 180-degree angulation.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I wondered the same thing, but cannot find it documented sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. I cannot find anything after an exhaustive search either. sm
Complete thread -- I googled...killian syndrome..and it gave me Pallister-Killian see link
Complete thread -- sorry! just found on one-look Pallister–Killian syndrome
Complete thread -- child with developmental delay, has s/l palace-ar-killian syndrome?
Complete thread -- I checked for phrase usage with wildcard "celestone * 12 mg" and
Complete thread -- B for betamethasone?
Complete thread -- Celestone B 12 mg (pt recd to stop labor) B?
Complete thread -- OP-no need to respond...I'm sure poi nailed it.
Complete thread -- sorry, I was typing what I heard, it should be transcribed 5/5
Complete thread -- Oh thank you. That clears up my confusion.
Complete thread -- In that sentence there is no statement of result...Also R U
Complete thread -- all 5 over 5? (I don't hear clavicle)
Complete thread -- Don't you just love 'em?
Complete thread -- "to his" sounds okay..some might say "for his" or "with his" but
Complete thread -- Thanks. He then goes on to say that the ureteroscope was
Complete thread -- ??Tru-Pull?? see link below someposted the other day
Complete thread -- the elbow on the left side ____clavicle 5. He had intact
Complete thread -- OneLook Merriam Webster Thesaurus indicates surveil and
Complete thread -- s/l truebolt brace for the knee
Complete thread -- His motor strength was 4+/5 *to his* finger abduction, finger adduction, grip strengt
Complete thread -- cystoscopy. The bladder was thoroughly surveilled. A right retrograde pyelogram..
Complete thread -- Could he be saying Xeloda...?? ... see link for possibilities
Complete thread -- Thanks both.
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I can now hear that too :)
Complete thread -- or sometime after 5...
Complete thread -- will be starting the ?
Complete thread -- starting the Xarelto some time after 5 p.m. today
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- see link..scan down to hiatus and Z-line. I think she is
Complete thread -- got it, ameliorated. Was hearing a "d" in the beginning.
Complete thread -- right shoulder soft tissue injury "da-mill-iated" with chiropractor and NSAID. tia sm
Complete thread -- Any idea about the also part. Almost sounds like Zolsa. She says period after it.
Complete thread -- it would be quite the uterus!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- yes, just google: esophagus diaphragm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it's funny - I've never paid much attention before but I've had 3 doctors...
Complete thread -- I was just typing that out, but what OP said
Complete thread -- what I keep hearing, "A lot of midesophageal spasm"
Complete thread -- Thank you, again!
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- findings in the esophagus, the s/l diaphragm was at 40 cm from Z line.
Complete thread -- I used the words...breast cancer biopsy additive...see link
Complete thread -- sure is a huge amount - like enough to fill a small swimming pool!
Complete thread -- May I ask what you used to search, because my search (sm)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- p.s. ?? 3800 liters is a huge amount. Needs a relisten.
Complete thread -- I see your point...I wouldn't cap calcium..
Complete thread -- I believe it's "glycine was 3800 liters...."
Complete thread -- I THINK this supports use..but will check further for meaning.see link
Complete thread -- Biotin isn't the brand name though, so I wouldn't cap it.
Complete thread -- see link...I think I would cap it
Complete thread -- The patient is status post
Complete thread -- no caps for biotin
Complete thread -- yes - but the question was how to type cc'ing verbatim. Q got it.
Complete thread -- metronidazole?
Complete thread -- courtesy copying
Complete thread -- med s/l matrisinol
Complete thread -- This may one day become a word based on googling
Complete thread -- Trust me, nobody sends CARBON copies anymore.
Complete thread -- Yes, I still use a typewriter and carbon paper to type a copies.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both sets of ears :) That was it.
Complete thread -- ??Achilles tendon repair??
Complete thread -- Achilles tendon?
Complete thread -- see link cc'ing
Complete thread -- These are discharge diagnoses. It posted before I wanted it to.
Complete thread -- just because you don't send copies anymore doesn't mean everyone
Complete thread -- Status post "akitty sending repair, status post inguinal hernia repair x2.
Complete thread -- we don't send carbon copies anymore. I'd just put we will be sending a copy...
Complete thread -- verbatim acct. how to type the word s/l cc ing a copy.
Complete thread -- Too late, but just got here, but N1 lymph node (TMN classification)? Maybe??
Complete thread -- never mind, sent it on
Complete thread -- Lung pathology. Lymph node "N I" biopsy: Multiple fragments of
Complete thread -- That is what I was thinking too. Thanks. I'll leave it in with a flag.
Complete thread -- I'm sure is a typo, but Chvostek
Complete thread -- not necessarily;#6 might be acute anemia w/different cause than chronic (e.g. blood loss)
Complete thread -- Doc dictates list of diagnoses. #6 Anemia...#10 Anemia, chronic. Take out #6?
Complete thread -- (the M can stand for any of those things in EOMI)
Complete thread -- extraocular muscles/movements/motions are intact
Complete thread -- Under PE section. Dr. states s/l EOMI. Negative Chvstek's sign.
Complete thread -- is it included in normal.dot?
Complete thread -- stimulation equal. *Flexation* withdrawal... (period after equal)
Complete thread -- Could this be Seibel handpiece?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- equal *flexation withdrawal* at the hip
Complete thread -- s/l sidebell handpiece
Complete thread -- I'm not familiar, but perhaps this link can help you.
Complete thread -- Can anyone help me taking backup autocorrectin Word2010? sm
Complete thread -- I can't find a way to make your sentence make sense. I
Complete thread -- If I find it anyway, I'll post for you even if too late. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I'm looking. Trying to verify glycemic (glyceme with) or such
Complete thread -- I am sending in.
Complete thread -- same endometrial ablation note.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Nevermind it is tenaculum site
Complete thread -- s/l tap magulum site
Complete thread -- you need a comma after broker
Complete thread -- yeppers :)
Complete thread -- U don't like it when they bounce those adverbs around? I get
Complete thread -- how he inserts respectively ..
Complete thread -- What am I missing?
Complete thread -- nails across the chalkboard anyone? ""hemoglobin 10, hematocrit 30 (
Complete thread -- anion gap???
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- excuse typo...I was so excited
Complete thread -- I just found something interesting! I went to the OneLook
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't think of anything close to "ope".
Complete thread -- In your example above "for the long term" ...term
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- fertile cervical mucus (googles well)
Complete thread -- s/l fur-ral mucus
Complete thread -- oops,..,.see link
Complete thread -- On this link they show it 2 ways, one of which is mmol/L and
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I just don't know, has a hard ending like "ope" or will flag - thanks
Complete thread -- looks good to me!
Complete thread -- pretty low for a glucose, eh Q???
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- ?? a glucose of 5.6??
Complete thread -- Normal chemistry, s/l "a gope of 5.6." Creatinine 93.
Complete thread -- OneLook Merriam Webster's shows long-term is a permanently
Complete thread -- BoS 3, page 448..same as BoS 2 roman numerals
Complete thread -- Did you figure it out yet?
Complete thread -- Ah yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- Only the neutrophils and lymphoctes are part of the
Complete thread -- long term. If it was long-term Xarelto, then yes hyphenate
Complete thread -- long term or long-term?
Complete thread -- Figured it out it was "pop"
Complete thread -- Acinetobacter enterococcus
Complete thread -- or some sort of Acinetobacter?
Complete thread -- citrobacter amalonaticus ?
Complete thread -- s/l cynobactor enliticus
Complete thread -- small palpable ?
Complete thread -- The patient has a small sounds like pab and McMurray?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- broken up - different tests.
Complete thread -- I say okay as is
Complete thread -- Should this be broken up into more than one sentence or ok as is?
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- could be however....
Complete thread -- or overt pleural effusion ... (I recognize this doctor)
Complete thread -- #2 problems during this admission.
Complete thread -- overt pleural effusion also was noted?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- we have her walking around; unfortunately,
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- cannot make out what he says
Complete thread -- makes complete sense
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- and mostly likely would have been digested by then anyway
Complete thread -- plethoric?
Complete thread -- pat in congestive heart failure. PE: She is s/l pluth er ig
Complete thread -- I think so too, just wasn't sure if I was just wanting to hear that.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think it is also 'have been very'
Complete thread -- I am very (have been very?) impressed with the overall quality
Complete thread -- Thank you! I sent mush mouth with a blank, lol
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- I did spend some time researching but could not find anything for your s/l
Complete thread -- pills would not cause artifact on CT scan like metal does.
Complete thread -- I can verify "knot surgically removed" on Google (albeit few). Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree with well-dated (they are sure about the dates)
Complete thread -- well-dated is verifiable.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Pregnancy at 39 weeks ______ dated, history of C-section x2.
Complete thread -- PMH: status post s/l knot removed from neck. Pretty clear. S/L anything else?
Complete thread -- thanks, poi! I trust your opinion about this kind of thing.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I agree with o's interpretation of this.
Complete thread -- As in Roll
Complete thread -- ya know, they call Alabama the Crimson Tide...
Complete thread -- No she hasn't been shot (I happen to know the patient). I'll go with ...
Complete thread -- could it possibly be pill fragments (partially digested)?
Complete thread -- yeah - they used clips in the nephro and the clips look like bullet fragments on the CT.
Complete thread -- that was in regard to the nephro. not the fragments.
Complete thread -- I think bullet fragments are fine. Where does your report say anything about
Complete thread -- Or even George, who may have been Henry's
Complete thread -- He really doesn't. Thanks
Complete thread -- i hate when doctors dictate punctuation as they rarely get it right. I'd change it to
Complete thread -- My interpretation is that it was read as bullet fragments, but they were not really...
Complete thread -- maybe had been shot and he just didn't dictate that? I think it could be bullet fragments
Complete thread -- like "dated well" with ultrasound and/or LMP maybe?
Complete thread -- weeks' gestation or weeks of gestation?
Complete thread -- gestation?
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- He dictates periods. Would you change to a comma after talus in the 1st sentence
Complete thread -- 39 completed weeks *well* dated
Complete thread -- good answer, bb!
Complete thread -- adial osteotomy versus proximal carpectomy and anterior-posterior sl/*sub-si-rectomy*
Complete thread -- you look for it there just in case Henry Crimson created it.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree, why comma?
Complete thread -- interferential (google interferential stimulator)
Complete thread -- s/l inter ferential stimulator
Complete thread -- I needed to know how MPIII fit.
Complete thread -- If you think 10 and 40 are legitimate measurements for I's and O's., then
Complete thread -- >?
Complete thread -- That link is about how to intubate with a fractured mandible?
Complete thread -- it is named for the appearance, why would whonamedit have it? It should
Complete thread -- must be new? 10 and 40 do not fit for I's and O's.
Complete thread -- then u must be new
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 77 indicates roman numerals. Did something change in BOS3?
Complete thread -- Disagree. I have a doc that does daily progress notes and always gives the net --
Complete thread -- OMG how can this be interpreted as "snarky" Thanks O, was fairly sure sm
Complete thread -- What was meant, how dicttor eyeballs the number 1040
Complete thread -- but, I & O (intake and output of fluid) "two" values NOT total
Complete thread -- agree (be sure COMMA after Brokenbrough nm
Complete thread -- I would have cap (but not a biggy either way(to me) I looked everywhere sm
Complete thread -- Good catch!
Complete thread -- Based on 'nm's' posted observation, it is possible what I
Complete thread -- Oh, there was 1 mention of it in the archives that was capped.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought it was just a new term to me.
Complete thread -- never heard that - didn't even know what a duvet was until I looked it up.
Complete thread -- My first pages or so, it was capped or had just crimson capped. If you google
Complete thread -- I had only seen it capped. Odd how searches reveal different things. I did not cap.
Complete thread -- I find it many ways. I also am seeing it lowercase. I see no reason for any
Complete thread -- my thought something missing in Level V, nodes numbered to ID , but no findings listed?
Complete thread -- doing a rotator cuff tear surgery. Dictator uses crimson duvet. Is there a reason
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Never mind..... Polysubstance Abuse!
Complete thread -- What would be a psychiatric diagnosis of "PSA" ???
Complete thread -- Oasis may well be right, but you should NEVER guess at allergies, as
Complete thread -- arabic numbers
Complete thread -- NOTE: In the picture they use uppercase letters, but in
Complete thread -- I found it
Complete thread -- see link shows pictures of levels..use roman numerals and
Complete thread -- Intubation assessment. s/l MPIII. Does that stand for mallampati scoring?
Complete thread -- for the record - this "ooo" is not me
Complete thread -- Odd. when I have numbers similar 1040, I've had tons of dictators refer to that
Complete thread -- Brockenbrough (needle)?
Complete thread -- I've not heard anyone refer to a thousand as 10 hundred.
Complete thread -- there is nothing 'incorrect' in saying 10 hundred for 1000, nor "unusual."
Complete thread -- Maybe "normally" wasn't the best word choice, but "ten hundred" is not correct/proper way
Complete thread -- I guess what is normal for one is not normal for another.
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- I agree - very good chance, and if I was betting, I'd bet on 1040.
Complete thread -- maybe just stumbling....thanks
Complete thread -- No, but a thousand is the same as "ten hundred" technically, so
Complete thread -- this is a link to a google search for "how to write ten hundred thousand forty"
Complete thread -- s/l "Brickenbecker" atrial septostomy blade
Complete thread -- I vote for a net balance, but "ten hundred and forty" is not really a number. Probably
Complete thread -- omg, how snarky.
Complete thread -- urine volume is 800 to 2000 milliliters per day. 10 and 40 is absurd.
Complete thread -- never mind....duh!
Complete thread -- is he saying "and is exhibiting what sounds like"? ...
Complete thread -- I've never heard I's and O's read at 10 and 40.
Complete thread -- the way who talks? people who don't know how to say numbers?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- trileaflet
Complete thread -- he is exhibiting what sounds like... (sm)
Complete thread -- He does stiffen up ______ withholding be
Complete thread -- echocardiogram "tri-a" leaflet valve s.m.
Complete thread -- on 2nd thought, I'm wrong. I read it wrong to begin with and this can't be 2 measurements
Complete thread -- agree with a blank - it could be the net value or two values.
Complete thread -- dictator take? eyeballing it? They measure those things.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Aldactone?
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: *duck tack toe*
Complete thread -- prob dictator take (view/eyeballing it) on the numbers. Link how to write etc
Complete thread -- papillary thyroid cancer - ESL
Complete thread -- hundred is where?
Complete thread -- New FDA Rasuvo (methotrexate) injection
Complete thread -- agree, this IS the way they talk and 2 different measurements 10/40
Complete thread -- I don't find support for cardizem as "pill in pocket" though; there is support
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- True, but at some point, finding from lab slip/tech &lab specific, sensitive or susceptibl
Complete thread -- agree on neo
Complete thread -- two separate measurements. I'd have to blank.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- NM found it. degarelix (Firmagon®)
Complete thread -- For archives. Jentadueto (linagliptin and metformin) is used to treat type 2 diabetes
Complete thread -- oncology medication? "started on hormonal therapy with first dose of S/L
Complete thread -- 1040 sounds like an average, I'd go with it.
Complete thread -- drawing total blank, doc discussion I's & O's says "ten hundred and forty" - 1040??
Complete thread -- ...instead of periods that is.
Complete thread -- I would have used semicolons, but that would be just another way to do it.
Complete thread -- in this case it sounds like the pill in the pocket is 60 mg of Cardizem, however
Complete thread -- agree - sitting IN a chair
Complete thread -- Great, thanks.
Complete thread -- IMO I would do it just as you did.
Complete thread -- Would you have this as one sentence or is it ok as it?
Complete thread -- Thanks, that is what I did.
Complete thread -- like the post below, not picky, but 5-foot, whatever-inch, xx-pound, etc. etc.
Complete thread -- not really picky, but used as an adjective, it should be hyphenated.
Complete thread -- no space between q.6 per BOS
Complete thread -- q.6 hours or q. 6 hours??
Complete thread -- agree, very common slang for amiodarone (they shouldn't but they do)
Complete thread -- demand troponin said another way, false elevation (not pos. for M.I.
Complete thread -- I'd flag dose. Might have meant "changed" instead of increased. Splitting up dose
Complete thread -- and a comma in here -"heart failure, acute on chronic" if we're being picky
Complete thread -- agree with that - esp. since it says "although" the other med was increased
Complete thread -- also, low-salt, low-fluid diet. end-stage nonischemic ...
Complete thread -- I just noticed that Poi - that'd be decreased from 40 to 20 IMHO...
Complete thread -- I believe that means they are likely due to demand ischemia. see link
Complete thread -- The 2 pills used is flecainide (Tambocor) or propafenone (Rythmol)
Complete thread -- agree - google demand ischemia troponin
Complete thread -- Is that Lasix an increase? "The patient’s recent Lasix dose was increased from 40 to 20"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- seems supported - troponins, which may be positive due to cardiac demand mismatch
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- positive troponins are likely *demand* in the setting of heart failure
Complete thread -- amiodarone? (if shortspeaking, I would flag)
Complete thread -- probably amiodarone - fits the dose and the PMH
Complete thread -- amiodarone maybe.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- The patient’s home medications include *amio* 200 once daily, aspirin 81 once
Complete thread -- CME- Cystoid macular edema
Complete thread -- eye exam....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, I don't hear that at all. do however hear mastodynia.
Complete thread -- Did U mean, "Yah.. it should be foot"?
Complete thread -- sheesh. I need a break. Yah, it should be foot. Sorry y'all.
Complete thread -- yah.. it should be feet.
Complete thread -- agree with this, except it'd be 5-foot 11-inch (not feet)
Complete thread -- roentgenograms (but recheck my spelling) = x-rays
Complete thread -- radiograms or radiographs?
Complete thread -- 5-feet 11-inch, 272-pound, brown-eyed, bald-headed, right-handed ...
Complete thread -- s/l run kin grams
Complete thread -- I hear osteodynia, listened several times -bone pain
Complete thread -- you go, Q
Complete thread -- Ty. In that case, here comes the Snoopy dance!
Complete thread -- Don't be so modest. Not just pure luck - masto and acid both have an "ass" in there!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. At the end, she took her head out of her armpit and I could hear her much
Complete thread -- I was just guessing b4 the WAV was even posted...PURE luck!
Complete thread -- I do hear that now! That would have been my last thought! Thanks
Complete thread -- that's what it sounds like to me
Complete thread -- I hear mastodynia now...
Complete thread -- I sent a wav file. I am not sure. I do not like osteodynia but not sure I hear the c
Complete thread -- oop - coccydynia was my guess, but now I hear mastodynia. Q got it!
Complete thread -- I like it much better than osteodynia!
Complete thread -- WAV file sent
Complete thread -- oooh - you beat me to it. That was gonna be my guess!
Complete thread -- Then too, what if you are just not hearing the first letter...
Complete thread -- coccydynia?
Complete thread -- It really was not a sentence, just a PMH listing.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- those quotes get me every time. I always try first without them and if too much
Complete thread -- what's the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did a general one on Google and it gave me nothing. I knew you could do that but
Complete thread -- Problem is, in a PMH it could be anything not necessarily
Complete thread -- you're right, poi. I used quotes and only got like 5 hits - now I feel stupid.
Complete thread -- did a *dynia search on onelook, anything here look like it would work?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- She is doing a past medical history. Very soft spoken and speedy. It sounds like
Complete thread -- google your phrase, seems supported
Complete thread -- btw -- I don't think it is "scored" sm
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything, possibly was deleted after OP got their answer
Complete thread -- vaginal hysterectomy - uterus was "cored" sm
Complete thread -- vaginal hysterectomy - uterus was "cored" sm
Complete thread -- I should add that I can hear the last WAV fine.
Complete thread -- Is that mp3 file still there? or Am I having a problem with system?
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- pellucid-like
Complete thread -- Eye examination
Complete thread -- Thank you to both who responded.
Complete thread -- Makes no sense to me either.
Complete thread -- I'm trying to make that make sense, but not having much luck either.
Complete thread -- ESL doctor.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Yes, as 132 was talking about the verb form..which
Complete thread -- thanks for all input
Complete thread -- oh, okay... gotcha. I was only addressing the question at hand, not giving general rules.
Complete thread -- okay... but "sitting any chair" doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- whichever, just be consistent, using same format throughout.
Complete thread -- yes, I never said it did not. I just wanted to clarify that like many modifiers,
Complete thread -- Think this is more appropriately covered on 126, as an adjective.
Complete thread -- Dictator always says "any" and is verbatim account.
Complete thread -- but high-grade modifies chondromalacia, no?
Complete thread -- agree with dashes, like Q did. But shouldn't it be "sitting IN A chair" (vs "ANY chair")?
Complete thread -- if they are modifiers, I agree. but if it is not modifying, no need. it was high grade.
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS 3, page 132 indicates to refer to a
Complete thread -- I hyphenate words with "high-" so I vote for high-grade.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- multifocal high-grade chondromalacia or multifocal highgrade chondromlacia?
Complete thread -- I would do it this may, BJMO
Complete thread -- MHO, see msg.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Do I have this punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- Doctors may recommend the "pill in the pocket" approach for people with paroxysmal atrial
Complete thread -- I use mozilla, it works fine.
Complete thread -- well isn't that fam dancy. Never heard of it. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- click on the 3 hit
Complete thread -- Never heard of it myself...but see link
Complete thread -- Ever heard this before? What the heck does it mean?
Complete thread -- So GC not so great as everyone thinks.
Complete thread -- Yeah - I'm not able to listen with Chrome either.
Complete thread -- This only happens in Google Chrome. Not IE8
Complete thread -- I do that, but then I get another page with how to send
Complete thread -- click in green above on this page where it says send/listen to WAV
Complete thread -- How do I listen to a Wav file? I click on "here" nothing happens.
Complete thread -- Sounds like a cut-off before medication, my guess is that the word is
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wasn't sure if he had gotten another word in there or it blipped out. Thanks
Complete thread -- I don't know what he is saying, but I don't think it is medication. Blip in the audio.
Complete thread -- sorry. my bad. SHE has ... arghhh. apologies for that. Listening now for word.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Do you think that last is still medication?
Complete thread -- have episodes, ... HAVE more severe episodeS?
Complete thread -- just a description of the bone. that it appears like a shelf.
Complete thread -- I researched turning your phrase around a bit - shelf of bone calcification in Achilles
Complete thread -- Odd. I tried to paste documentation but I could not get that to work.
Complete thread -- Anatomy
Complete thread -- wav file, forgot to put where I think the word is wrong.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- There is no appreciable calcification noted in the Achilles tendon insertion nor a
Complete thread -- neo- (combining form) prefix meaning new
Complete thread -- underwent a complex left primary total hip arthroplasty for severe rheumatoid
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Yes ray is correct.
Complete thread -- right ring *ray* metacarpophalangeal joint
Complete thread -- i thought it might be that, but DTR is so clear. But i think you are right.
Complete thread -- PCR?
Complete thread -- Will order a herpes simplex *DTR* - cannot find reference. ??
Complete thread -- testing...
Complete thread -- Who said the dictator is reading a lab slip? For all you know, he might have said the
Complete thread -- agree, think depends on what lab tech wrote on lab slip, dictator is reading
Complete thread -- any chance this is a newborn?
Complete thread -- NB could also sound like MV, NV, MB - even though I don't know what those
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Non
Complete thread -- From what I can find, Neo/Poly/HC otic is verbal abbreviation for
Complete thread -- If U don't feel this is it, say so and I'll look further
Complete thread -- Found it in archives...put in neo/poly...check hits..see what U think
Complete thread -- I'm finding Neo/Poly/HC otic....let me see if I can find good link
Complete thread -- s/l*Neofilic* otic solution - med list
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- seated
Complete thread -- Well-seated or well-seeded mitral valve? TIA!
Complete thread -- I've always used sensitive, but I see you're right, susceptible is preferred.
Complete thread -- Good. I would feel okay with (n.b.) meaning then.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Cannot say for sure. Among other things NB could mean
Complete thread -- Patient presented with oral lesions and pain in the neck (NB). What is NB? TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your input. Supposed to expand and wondered what the differentiation was
Complete thread -- I see Stedman's Abbreviations only lists susceptible although I sometimes hear
Complete thread -- Yes, I do too.
Complete thread -- I've always considered them interchangeable - if doc doesn't say which, I use susceptible
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Only if it matters to you, pal. It was free advice -- take it or leave it.
Complete thread -- That thingy between 5 and 325 (the /) is a slash (or a virgule if you want to be fancy)
Complete thread -- U R right, slash, my error
Complete thread -- the "dash" not slash... being questioned was "daily-has" which now I know to be done as
Complete thread -- the "dash" not slash... being questioned was daily-has"
Complete thread -- How do you know when MSSA means susceptible or sensitive? TIA!
Complete thread -- entertained= give attention or consideration to an idea.
Complete thread -- the dash indicates a combination drug/dose hydrocodone 5 mg & acetaminophen 325 mg
Complete thread -- ?? does it really matter in the subject title of the post? just curious
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- but if it ain't entertainin' then you ain't doin' it right!
Complete thread -- Nobody :-) the trouble I've seen...Nobody :-)
Complete thread -- new term for me! He says it clearly, but I've never heard of that before.
Complete thread -- egg
Complete thread -- Not sure I'd even want to know any more "c-word" on this one...
Complete thread -- ooh yeah, great term! Sounds like a Dr. Seuss character.
Complete thread -- and it is "a lot" -- two words.
Complete thread -- No -- what you have there is a hyphen. A dash ( -- ) has a space on either side.
Complete thread -- poikiloderma of Civatte
Complete thread -- ?? anyone?
Complete thread -- 1. Probable p ____. These are dilated blood vessels which are usually ...
Complete thread -- doc likes to dictate "dash" ALOT. In this instance it is med list, is this correct?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- but "entertaining" it would not mean doing it... right? on report it was done
Complete thread -- which was why she didn't have to "undrape" (whatever that is)
Complete thread -- undrape the skin on her...? I don't get that part. But she maybe was wearing a thong?
Complete thread -- thong?
Complete thread -- The patient did not undrape the skin on her external genitalia. She w ...
Complete thread -- link search box for SACH, san antonio community hospital.
Complete thread -- might be Ahn (korean cardiologist there) Never mentioned specialty tho
Complete thread -- aggressive bony irrigation was then "entertained" to avoid etc
Complete thread -- prolonged ineffective mastication
Complete thread -- ? cetirizine
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- What is an RN3 and an RN3C, and is that the correct way to type the credentials? TIA!
Complete thread -- :) yeppers :)
Complete thread -- can't get a blank...
Complete thread -- I love it when QA ca't
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I hear that too.
Complete thread -- UPDATE: Report back from QA. They left the doc blank as well as the patient name too :)
Complete thread -- think I now hear: Aggressive bony irrigation was done during the case
Complete thread -- I dunno, something like that. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- done on the case?
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- I recorded it and tried slowing it down, still couldn't get anything better
Complete thread -- Really WAG ??without mucous drainage??
Complete thread -- no nasal drainage?
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear ___?___ mucous drainage
Complete thread -- past reports are not consistent to have "normal" that I can find. Blurts too fast
Complete thread -- Okay...I cannot find specific phrase of
Complete thread -- I'm finding that prolonged mastication can cause dysphagia so
Complete thread -- thank you :) I could not hear that prior :)
Complete thread -- dilute out?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking "mass extication"=mastication. Working on
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- I'll go check on that.
Complete thread -- i hear something like "prolonged defect in mass extication*
Complete thread -- I think mastication is in there...but let me check on effective
Complete thread -- I found liposuction could be used for hyperplasia, but I
Complete thread -- Disregard this
Complete thread -- swallow study
Complete thread -- hyperplasia would make sense...see link
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Ptosis of the breast with lipodystrophy of the axilla and ...
Complete thread -- some ... something?
Complete thread -- Woops...dermatitis...started on s/l sum-para-zeen TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Your link shows "to restore to a former place or position" too.
Complete thread -- This one from OneLook has it...see link
Complete thread -- I thought so too..and checked her doctor's list and it wasn't there.
Complete thread -- I haven't done any searching, but ann-john-new sounds kinda like the word "ingenue"
Complete thread -- however, (see link)
Complete thread -- Good to know!
Complete thread -- Going with it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- could work. google polyphasicity eeg
Complete thread -- EMG opponens pollicis demonstrated increased s/l poly fay-sis-ity TIA!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Thank you! :) glad to know! :) I see that now, dont know why did not come up on initial
Complete thread -- In BoS 2 page 209...when they speak about using a
Complete thread -- ?? problem? no problem here
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- See pg. 285 BOS2
Complete thread -- I agree, where I work, not one account allows the #sign. We were told to use "No." in
Complete thread -- And I agree, I can't use # either; so, we use No. 1 if dictated as 'number 1'
Complete thread -- The uterus was replaced... put back where it belonged. What the problem?
Complete thread -- Sometimes go to the "document archive" and put in the doc's # (his dictating number that
Complete thread -- I did, thanks
Complete thread -- IF that is your account preference, fine. I have to do stuff like that also, but just want
Complete thread -- I thought so too. First time I have had that happen to me on this acct. Tried variations
Complete thread -- OH BTW, I've been doing this for nearly 30 years. Typed in offices, typed in facilities,
Complete thread -- all I can do is say I'm sorry and that if my reports happen to ever have this changed
Complete thread -- many thanks
Complete thread -- that is odd!
Complete thread -- 0.038 (mm) guidewire
Complete thread -- sigh. whatever. Suture sizes are set by UPS. They have nothing to do with number
Complete thread -- sorry, now hear 0-3-8 (do I transcribe as 0.38?)
Complete thread -- A "zero three" guidewire was inserted thru the stricture into the bladder.
Complete thread -- no need for apologies :) I didnt post because I was hoping my helper who had same acct was
Complete thread -- interesting thing was I could not find the patient anywhere either on this one =/
Complete thread -- sorry, I didn't know, no one said where it was.
Complete thread -- will post when I get back from QA :) sometimes they are able to do name and sometimes not
Complete thread -- no, this is San Antonio Community
Complete thread -- thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- being that this is referenced under AAMT BOS2 under the letter N and titled "No., #"
Complete thread -- UCLA Physician S Anjani Mattai, MD - UCLA Health
Complete thread -- gotta be a new one. see link - and that person isn't on it
Complete thread -- :) I have tried all sorts of variations and different letters the name could start with or
Complete thread -- That is ENTIRELY different from insisting BoS says something it does not state. Suture
Complete thread -- Sounds like some new doctor? Never heard him give this for an assistant before. I'm
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- being that I know my accts, I will stick to No. in place of # since it is not allowed
Complete thread -- okay, but still # sign is not allowed anywhere on my accts... and No. to be used instead.
Complete thread -- hang on, lemme ck
Complete thread -- those are NOT related to SUTURE sizes, READ the pages 380-381
Complete thread -- This is a great explanation of sutures...
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS2 p. 284
Complete thread -- it states on that page, Precede by # or No. if the word “number” is dictated.
Complete thread -- page 72 is not even talking about suture size, but 380-381 is. I'd verify
Complete thread -- looking for my SS helper acct 354, s/l Dr. Ann-john-new ?? trying to find
Complete thread -- # sign not allowed on acct, and per AAMT BOS2 p. 74 use No.
Complete thread -- not no. 1. it is #1
Complete thread -- I keep running into this Sauve Kapandji Procedure (doesn't sound like your s/l)
Complete thread -- going with "replace" as def states 3. to put back or return; restore to its rightful place
Complete thread -- ?? my guess would be re-placed, but other reports show replaced, so not sure
Complete thread -- status post a left wrist lunate capitate fusion sl*La-barry* procedure
Complete thread -- replaced or re-placed in this instance??
Complete thread -- makeR, that is
Complete thread -- no trouble... problem is I already sent the report as that was all I was trying to get :(
Complete thread -- eh, never mind, I don't know what he's saying
Complete thread -- suuuure you're not... we all know what a trouble make you are, Q.
Complete thread -- I hear, "The cecum, previously, above, was quite prominent." like he mentioned it above
Complete thread -- I'm not trying to make trouble...but I fell on this and
Complete thread -- the old 'uh balb' = 'uh valve' not 'above' Got it! ;)
Complete thread -- "above" is "valve" :) He says The ileocecal valve was quite prominent
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I THINK i'm hearing "The cecal period above was quite prominent" ..I'm
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- thank you! that is it. He says "The ileocecal valve was quite prominent. " :)
Complete thread -- all I could make out was quite prominent.
Complete thread -- someone on MTStars a while back had "taenia in a colonoscopy" but I didn't verify it one
Complete thread -- teniae coli (also taeniae coli) so, either or
Complete thread -- Not sure he says ileocecal valve again... something was "quite prominent" - cecal area?
Complete thread -- workin on it... but isn't it taeniae? (I could be wrong)
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Love how my c-word has caught on:)))
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tudorza Pressair (aclidinium) is used to prevent bronchospasm in adults with chronic bronc
Complete thread -- ahh ha
Complete thread -- Zoloft, Plavix, Protonix, *thadorsa, press air* Symbicort, and Zyrtec.
Complete thread -- I did hear it, and I'd say nope, nope, nope, nope to those WAGs. Sounded just like
Complete thread -- chronic obstructive lung disease?
Complete thread -- Other diagnoses are chronic *sock and lung* disease and she
Complete thread -- Pradaxa? Xarelto? Eliquis? apixaban? (MP3 is gone, so I can't hear it)
Complete thread -- yes lol!
Complete thread -- don't you hate that?
Complete thread -- nevermind... he says "separated by semicolon"
Complete thread -- he is saying something between #3 and #4 that I cannot catch
Complete thread -- I really appreciate the help, thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. I would not have gotten that.
Complete thread -- Frustrating... Sorry
Complete thread -- Would make more sense. I suppose I'll have to blank, which I rarely do for him and then
Complete thread -- ha, that's it
Complete thread -- not the blanks..but think he might have said hopelessness, helplessness
Complete thread -- good suggestion!
Complete thread -- WAG ??victim of??
Complete thread -- Don't ask me how, but I can hear both...and can't figure out either
Complete thread -- what about cilostazol? I don't really hear that, but he's got that accent
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- I hear ya. I would think Plavix would make more sense in context.
Complete thread -- Ha, IKR? It's not Celestone cuz he wants PT to check with cardio to be off for
Complete thread -- Both are there.
Complete thread -- Maybe Celestone, but I don't really hear that. I would have to get used to his accent to
Complete thread -- 2. The patient is stressed and feels *wick um* for family abuse and needs counseling
Complete thread -- Let's try this again - PT was started on s/l celestin and aspirin...
Complete thread -- I'll wait for you to repost before helping the other...
Complete thread -- in relation to sadness
Complete thread -- Hey, I just posted an MP3....
Complete thread -- perseverating would fit
Complete thread -- Affect is appropriate with _______ sadness, feelings
Complete thread -- Speech is somewhat *posteriorating* on daughter-in-law.
Complete thread -- PT was started on s/l celestin and aspirin...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- I sure hear a "pan" in there. Pantoprazole is what he says.
Complete thread -- sucralfate not sulcrafate
Complete thread -- Wav file now posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- link to trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- sulcrafate is correct. There is no 'pan' before prazole though.
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- "Duavee is used in the treatment of hot flashes"
Complete thread -- Duavee 0.45/20
Complete thread -- can you whine one more time.
Complete thread -- Duavee 0.45-20mg Tablets comes up.
Complete thread -- sucralfate.... pantoprazole ??
Complete thread -- meds s/l 'socraftate, (ec) toprazole. Only hx is Dysautonomia with cardiac dysrhythmi
Complete thread -- no idea, not finding anything that comes close to what I think it s/l
Complete thread -- Got it...
Complete thread -- I'd suggest that too if I was giving soup, but I'm not.
Complete thread -- YW...it is rhytides, though.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- glabellar?
Complete thread -- Plastic Surgery for Wrinkles
Complete thread -- no drain left.
Complete thread -- would suggest "and" her power (not "in")
Complete thread -- nice find
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I hear "nothing left."
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- No specimen obtained. No _______ on the left.
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- I hear him saying filled, not flushed
Complete thread -- per each, not 10 inch (but spell inch, not symbol, per BOS) - SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 5000 units/mL 2 cc (mL) per each catheter
Complete thread -- to avoid catheters in the skin? (tension applied or attention?)
Complete thread -- 5000 units/cc to ________ 10” catheter
Complete thread -- Great attention was applied ________ catheters in the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- more definitions for propagate
Complete thread -- to the left upper chest?
Complete thread -- You got it.
Complete thread -- "in" ?? sorry
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- propagate is to be fruitful and multiply, by the usual routes of reproduction, or by sprea
Complete thread -- control, attempts ? right atrium.
Complete thread -- advanced towards the right atrium (no "10" in there)
Complete thread -- propagate a fracture?
Complete thread -- placed in subcutaneous tunnels ______ left upper chest.
Complete thread -- in a vessel loop ... Vessel loops are used to control and/or isolate a vein.
Complete thread -- good find. I also found this information s/m
Complete thread -- under fluoroscopic control, a 10 ______ to the right atrium
Complete thread -- sorry, please ignore info in parentheses
Complete thread -- dissected from surrounding tissue and *placed on vessel loops*.
Complete thread -- I'm blanking this. Thanks.
Complete thread -- No need for hyphen in "brain dead". I think "act of" is "active" but I'm still working on
Complete thread -- I found several references to pataka in children with autism or speech disorders, .....
Complete thread -- all " act of myenyee to be removed.
Complete thread -- maybe "duh" was really the poster's name?
Complete thread -- I guess we all can just agree to disagree...no need for the rude "duh."
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- sometimes it is best to get the c-word out there right off the bat...
Complete thread -- Of course, your context refers to a number of individual units; OP's does not.
Complete thread -- I can't come up with a thing. I was trying to think, maybe, if this is a child then
Complete thread -- I have that issue a lot w/docs dictating local "X Medical Center" as "X Hospital"
Complete thread -- is pt a child? does she have a diagnosis?
Complete thread -- seconds were allowed to pass, one by one!
Complete thread -- okay, just wasn't sure since "clinic" was not part of actual name :) thanks!
Complete thread -- I would since it is giving the name of the facility instead of just saying "the clinic"
Complete thread -- would clinic be capped in this case?
Complete thread -- Psychiatry
Complete thread -- I was just going by that the poster said wasn't it one thing which it is. Usually t.i.d.
Complete thread -- OK - not looking for a fight. Maybe it's a "rule of thumb" but this doc said b.i.d.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- t.i.d. is the general rule of thumb. OF course, depending on what the patient
Complete thread -- agree - not either/or. It is what it is. It are not what it are not.
Complete thread -- self-retaining Sims. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Now sounds like first a fab weighted thin retractor
Complete thread -- Though "grammar" is in your search, the results are not about correct grammatical usage.
Complete thread -- period with some psychosocial stressors? (not the blanks)
Complete thread -- repair
Complete thread -- First a "fabrety thin" retractor was placed in the vagina.
Complete thread -- wanted to defer ______ until summer.
Complete thread -- I disagree with that - plenty of different dosing schedules for Xanax, including p.r.n.
Complete thread -- patient had _____ depression, hopelessness, ... After initial _____ the patient was o
Complete thread -- Xanax is usually t.i.d.?
Complete thread -- See link - Zymax (possibly, but if you can't determine what the doc said, flag always,
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- phacoemulsification and trabeculectomy
Complete thread -- Eye exam....
Complete thread -- I hit enter too soon. Good. Because found another poster
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It is Xanax! Thanks so much for the suggestion
Complete thread -- Maybe not....also found article saying Xanax can make GERD worse
Complete thread -- ?Xanax? see link...can be used for GERD caused by anxiety and
Complete thread -- s/l zi-max 1 mg b.i.d. TIA!
Complete thread -- But the context doesn't refer to a number of individual units, it refers to a total
Complete thread -- those 2, are two of a kind, nonsense juvenile gutter stuff
Complete thread -- Those are pretty similar-sounding.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yeah. What fun. (tho I do understand the point they make)..
Complete thread -- What was the 2nd one, if you don't mine me asking?
Complete thread -- Q, I think we are on the same page on this one! LOL!
Complete thread -- It is unchanged in BoS3 page 98..Time examples given
Complete thread -- uncinate
Complete thread -- foraminal stenosis from s/l un-sin-it and facet hypertrophy TIA!
Complete thread -- I would vote for "were" in this example. (see message)
Complete thread -- 427,000 results for "60 seconds is a minute" and 3 results for "60 seconds are a minute."
Complete thread -- Sorry rp for misinforming you.
Complete thread -- I know, right?!... I've had my finger in plenty of WB pies, she just has no idea who I am.
Complete thread -- See link showing sites where both was and were are
Complete thread -- last link and I'll rest my case for "was" (especially since "was" was what was dictated)
Complete thread -- If you view the 60 seconds as one unit of time, I agree
Complete thread -- another link in support of "was"
Complete thread -- Agree w/"was" - singular used for amounts. I'm still trying to find good documentation...
Complete thread -- 60 seconds is a single unit of time
Complete thread -- It depends how the sentence is cast. I'm trying to find
Complete thread -- THAT was the best laugh I have had! Thanks ydkwia. I get accused
Complete thread -- I think "was" is correct when it comes to time; the whole (60 seconds) was allowed to pass
Complete thread -- Got it! Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes in your context. But "A record of 60 seconds was set" because
Complete thread -- The injection was given and 60 seconds was allowed to pass. Edit to 'were' right?
Complete thread -- Yo, D -- that wasn't poi "attacking" you about your "Pneumovax" answer. It was ME.
Complete thread -- No prob. Some times, even when I would think I KNOW
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot! Will edit and flap
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Probably said it wrong, it is 0.062
Complete thread -- However, by looking at the definition of both, it is obvious which one to
Complete thread -- Dictated six point 2 K-wire. Is there such a size? I usually hear 0.062(for toe)
Complete thread -- Thanks for all input. I did flag so will see what they say.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Quesyr. MD pronounced phalanges not as -phah-lan-gees' but as in 'flanges.'
Complete thread -- My input on this sentence (w/o too much editing). Underline and flag EMG
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- phalanges
Complete thread -- excess "phalanges" or "flanges" removed? Thanks.
Complete thread -- without editing, which probably isn't allowed (see inside) it is very awkward
Complete thread -- That makes sense what you are saying. Yes, he does perhaps get lost.
Complete thread -- that's pretty bad. No one treats for an EMG, that is a test that shows results. I
Complete thread -- This sentence reads akward - ideas?
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- I'm weary of you poi. Stop doing to me, what indeed you are doing.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion - maybe Klonopin is what he is saying - it i ...
Complete thread -- Klonopin? there is clomiphene but that's generic Clomid, not what you want.
Complete thread -- Yes thanks - I got the 2nd one -- any thoughts on the first? ...
Complete thread -- 2nd one ?Prazosin?
Complete thread -- oh---ohhhhhh, sheesh
Complete thread -- Psychiatric meds for treatment of anxiety in autism
Complete thread -- musta been thinking of that C ... ya'know
Complete thread -- SNL is Saturday Night Live I think
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- Wayne's World.
Complete thread -- Sounds like someone is jealous she is not getting attention
Complete thread -- I take that back...THAT was the best laugh I have had:))) Love it
Complete thread -- what 2 are you talking about Darlene? There are more than 2 people on this thread.
Complete thread -- couldn't resist posting what the urban dictionary said it was....
Complete thread -- those 2, are two of a kind, nonsense juvenile gutter stuff
Complete thread -- what does this mean - "not worthy (SNL)" ?
Complete thread -- I concur...Thank you ...
Complete thread -- Just so you know, unless it is because of client preference,
Complete thread -- No. It is "again without cutaneous"
Complete thread -- ??subcutaneous??
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- help with ortho
Complete thread -- that is so awesome :)
Complete thread -- I'm happy to help any time I can!
Complete thread -- maybe means foreign (body, loose body) central approach (surg/technique)
Complete thread -- sweet!! :) I struggle with this acct. It is like 4th in line behind others, so do not get
Complete thread -- Mody echo sample
Complete thread -- No prob. I just knew I was not hearing "revealed". When
Complete thread -- You got it! He says nearly the same thing all the time. I have his echo too if you want.
Complete thread -- thank you so very much!!! :) you rock!! :)
Complete thread -- acct 354? I have been trying to find a past report with an exam in it by him. Thanks for
Complete thread -- never mind it is aspirin and..
Complete thread -- Ask for an *N* statin therapy.
Complete thread -- Sample for Mody
Complete thread -- this is one of my docs, Q.
Complete thread -- CV system examination: Regular rate and rhythm. S1 is normal. S2 is normal.
Complete thread -- CORRECTION examination _?_ normal. S1 normal. S2
Complete thread -- I do NOT hear "revealed" ..See message
Complete thread -- no idea, new to acct, and not finding a past physical exam for this doc
Complete thread -- I sent it in. I thought perhaps Colace but I thought it started with a B. Ended up with 2
Complete thread -- sorry colace should be Colace (capped) :)
Complete thread -- I am hearing colace 100 mg
Complete thread -- I really didn't help when I slowed it down right there either.
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- Kyprolis?
Complete thread -- Yours sounds better than mine. I thought it started with 'sp'
Complete thread -- That is where I was. He already had mentioned Dulcolax. Will flag. I have found
Complete thread -- Sorry, everything I try & google brings me to spicules on what I think I hear. grrrrr
Complete thread -- Hmm..."number next" and then "dew-ko-lis: Dulcolax or colace? Not clear though.
Complete thread -- wav file, his PMH is hypertension, hypothyroidism, and glioblastoma multiforme.
Complete thread -- and there is also a D&R. Took me a while to figure out it meant duck and run
Complete thread -- That's all I could come up with w/o asking for "C" and then having to D&C(duck&cover)
Complete thread -- don't feel bad, I saw C-word and thought the exact same thing!
Complete thread -- Best laugh I have had all day:)))
Complete thread -- whew ~ glad I wasn't the only one! I was really thinking, *how rude, they didn't
Complete thread -- He probably had an arthroscopy? I don't know what foreign would mean. Sorry.
Complete thread -- poi!! If you were thinking what I think you were thinking, you DO have a gutter mind!
Complete thread -- I am gutter minded, too, because I thought of that first when I posted:)
Complete thread -- gutter mind here...took me a minute to figure out which C-word you were referencing
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- approach to what?
Complete thread -- (shhh
Complete thread -- it's obvious the words in quotes were spoken, and obvious that you did not give
Complete thread -- plse disregard, accent threw me (long QT)
Complete thread -- s/l T-O-T (spelled as an acronym) plse sm
Complete thread -- But you also put your s/l in quotes - that's why 1st helper asked if you had 2 questions.
Complete thread -- s/l *foreign* central approach
Complete thread -- So that is how you do that!! I always wondered how to ask for the c word
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- My guess, too. In which case, we have no sentence and it's a guessing game.
Complete thread -- my guess is that the quotes were dictated, quoting the pathology report.
Complete thread -- ________ "and" GI suggests another location, however
Complete thread -- plurative (plural) ?
Complete thread -- That may be it...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- it's hard to tell if that is the exact sentence because of the quotes
Complete thread -- yes, but what is the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- It sure looks like putative GI adenocarcinoma and maybe
Complete thread -- You are right...
Complete thread -- It really helps if you give the sentence before your word, the sentence of your word, and
Complete thread -- Ah well. Sometimes that's all U can do.
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- wag ??positive _?_ GI adenocarcinoma??
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- what's the beginning of sentence? and pathology from what exactly?
Complete thread -- I guess more accurately it is stenotype since shorthand was scribbles :)
Complete thread -- I need to get more short forms in my brain. Mostly straight type =/
Complete thread -- shorthand... I still remember how to write my first name, and that's about it.
Complete thread -- I will check that. That's the only one. TY ...
Complete thread -- No apology necessary. s/b is old (old) charting shorthand (at
Complete thread -- You have 2 areas in which you placed """". Did you have 2 questions?
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- GI adenocarcinoma
Complete thread -- s/b =should be
Complete thread -- I apologize for not knowing this term, but what does s/b mean? :) thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I sure appreciate this board and all helpers :)
Complete thread -- U misunderstand..I understand that, and I agree with
Complete thread -- elements
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I am hearing what I posted, and my blank was "related to her hiatal hernia" :)
Complete thread -- I hear what prior helper posted: related to her hiatal hernia :) thanks!
Complete thread -- 2 things..??syndrome which was negative.They told her??
Complete thread -- sorry, forgot to fix the lead-led
Complete thread -- This could be...
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- I thinks stumbles there. esophageal in nature or hiatal hernia
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- did you listen for regional lymph nodes on that one? Just wonder if we keep trying or
Complete thread -- ...related to her hiatal hernia.
Complete thread -- I heard white cell too. Not enough syllables for microscopic
Complete thread -- Sounds like...
Complete thread -- Yes I think that is it, thanks kindly
Complete thread -- 3-week point (use numeral 3 rather than "three" here to be consistent)
Complete thread -- curious if this acct is 587? doc sounds familiar
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I will relisten...
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- three-week point or three week point?
Complete thread -- maybe?
Complete thread -- I would take out the 2 commas, trend is to use less commas
Complete thread -- posterior? And some feedback below would be super nice.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't comma after healed.
Complete thread -- had resolved in 2006
Complete thread -- Do I have this punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- Cantaloupe obesity. It's not quite as big as watermelon obesity.
Complete thread -- cluster migraine? did you give up on your nodes question below?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Migraine
Complete thread -- okay. but there's still a lot wrong with the sentence
Complete thread -- word help - s/l "canta-lo?" obesity
Complete thread -- Ah, sorry. You too Oscar.
Complete thread -- no, I meant gapjoj. But it is nice to meet you, Diane/oaompp. :)
Complete thread -- tis I again. LOL
Complete thread -- not is, all i hear is microscopic negative
Complete thread -- yep, error on my part. sorry!
Complete thread -- how'd you get triple-negative from triple-positive? or was that an error on your part?
Complete thread -- something lymph nodes?
Complete thread -- white cell?
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- regional lymph nodes? (and I agree that this sentence needs work)
Complete thread -- triple-negative (ER and PR and HER2/neu) cancer, bilateral in nature although
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- microscopic is negative?
Complete thread -- Pereyra procedure
Complete thread -- No. I am not. Same name ever since new computer. Diane
Complete thread -- any sugar or any protein, ______ were negative.
Complete thread -- there's a lot wrong with the sentence
Complete thread -- Correct...
Complete thread -- Patient has had a previous s/l prayer procedure. TIA!
Complete thread -- working on your s/l, but s