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Complete thread -- agree, ound it on google.com (exam of joint aspiration)
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me...plastic surgery? ...
Complete thread -- nodular findings
Complete thread -- what is the complaint?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Jowl *lipoptosis*. ...
Complete thread -- believe this is correct
Complete thread -- crystal analysis
Complete thread -- went back to relisten, the voice started at "all the parts of etc"
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you.
Complete thread -- no, didn't say that, so much noise, doing good to get what I listed
Complete thread -- good one (must do psych reports ?)
Complete thread -- are you saying you don't hear nodular?
Complete thread -- sleeve (gastrectomy surg procedure for weight loss.) Said in text nm
Complete thread -- I hear "all the parts of the thyroid noted"
Complete thread -- parts?
Complete thread -- Calcification in azygos node noted. Nodular _______ of the thyroid noted.
Complete thread -- duh, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for trying everyone. Guess I better flag it.
Complete thread -- posterior left _____ "toward" the left lung base
Complete thread -- showed pleural thickening in the posterior ____ the left lung base
Complete thread -- heck, nevermind
Complete thread -- on 2/7/14
Complete thread -- CT chest, without contrast, on XXXXXX showed pleural thickening in the posterior
Complete thread -- wow, OP made a very clear post on the subject, as usual, don't get it.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- stumped on lab work, s/l re-fair pls sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- per the BoS, mid can stand alone or used as a prefix. When used as a prefix, mid is usual
Complete thread -- who wants an inhibited hedgehog? I don't get it.
Complete thread -- I think it is 5% formalin (google foot soaks 5% formalin warts)
Complete thread -- Sending in. Thx!
Complete thread -- s/l 5% for-mune foot soaks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ...meaning how you would use mid alone.
Complete thread -- midcalf or mid to lower calf
Complete thread -- is it midcalf or mid-calf?? Archives have both, so was unsure.
Complete thread -- and who diagnosed the patient (you have diagnostic)
Complete thread -- DSM-IV 310.2
Complete thread -- concussion syndrome DSM *roman numeral 4 3 10 point 2*. Accompanying medical
Complete thread -- ? some plates
Complete thread -- "sub plates" placed in his back?
Complete thread -- agree with O
Complete thread -- I hear this also.
Complete thread -- I tried to hear "inhaled" but can't quite - maybe "oral corticosteroids"?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- of inhaled steroids?
Complete thread -- SORRY. you're got obliterated. need to redo
Complete thread -- is pt in a group home? I might hear "group home statement has also been requested"
Complete thread -- LOL, I keep thinking he is talking about some kind of sleeve too but cannot figure out wha
Complete thread -- side effects of _____ steroids
Complete thread -- A _________ sleeve has also been requested? (actually sounds like cook and slave haha)
Complete thread -- comedonecrosis is okay too
Complete thread -- under fracture
Complete thread -- re-recorded at a more normal speed
Complete thread -- under dislocation
Complete thread -- under fracture-dislocation
Complete thread -- can you record this at a normal speed? all of his dictations sound like they are in slow-
Complete thread -- oooh I remember that .. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- usually, adverbs (moderately) are not attached by hyphen.
Complete thread -- moderately displaced
Complete thread -- wow, thanks, I sure did look for pathology specimen/stain etc, got zip
Complete thread -- THx. No account specifics here.
Complete thread -- moderately-displaced or moderately displaced??
Complete thread -- rerecorded
Complete thread -- ...has been requested
Complete thread -- something treatment as been requested (?)
Complete thread -- Worst .wav I have ever heard.
Complete thread -- Hi, just wanted to let those who tried to help us with that goofy sm
Complete thread -- private hospital waiting list. ____has also been requested once the date of surgery
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows fracture dislocation under fracture and then hyphenates it later
Complete thread -- Monteggia fracture-dislocation
Complete thread -- You need a hyphen: fracture-dislocation.
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- See link - maybe the med will jump out at you. Not sure, but s/l it starts with "D"
Complete thread -- I'm finding Dapa-Tabs made in Australia. Not sure if it's a part of Noten (another Aussie
Complete thread -- Do I need a comma between fracture and dislocation? See
Complete thread -- is currently on Noten, _____, aspirin and Lipitor, as well as potassium
Complete thread -- leaving blank
Complete thread -- egad...you're
Complete thread -- that makes sense. Your welcome.
Complete thread -- Portland- did check out cities and seen Rogue River-definitely "grouper"
Complete thread -- what's the current city in Oregon, how close to southern border?
Complete thread -- Rogue River? (Oregon)
Complete thread -- Thank you both. I left as dictated.
Complete thread -- did you note "excrescences" (not exertions)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- would leave as dictated
Complete thread -- this is a longshot- a city (I assume) s/l "royal grouper"
Complete thread -- When doctor says something similar to what's inside, how do you handle it?
Complete thread -- Thanks poi
Complete thread -- It isn't abrasion either. It is bruising.
Complete thread -- I think that is it. I slowed it way down!
Complete thread -- umbilical?
Complete thread -- got it, umbilical. i need a nap.
Complete thread -- abnormal?
Complete thread -- No, mesh is not used for the Shouldice procedure, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Working with a headache! sounds like "vocal"
Complete thread -- Some kind of mesh? NM
Complete thread -- Never mind - it's Lambl's TX NM
Complete thread -- Findings on echo (SM)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pt is s/p Shouldice hernia surgery. Inguinal exam...
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- try taut
Complete thread -- it is version
Complete thread -- they don't always put stuff correctly. s/m
Complete thread -- He says 5 foot tall....
Complete thread -- blather
Complete thread -- that was supposed to be s/l TOUGH
Complete thread -- no feet or inches symbols in narrative. 5 feet tall
Complete thread -- distributions, compartment *though*, capillary refill less than 2 seconds
Complete thread -- 5 feet tall or 5' tall?
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone.
Complete thread -- here if "in Print" confirmation on word version, if neededj
Complete thread -- I find references for "Angle class" as well as
Complete thread -- yes, I know what google is... thanks for the tip... but I already tried and was verifying
Complete thread -- I used to have an orthopedic surgeon who said "version" all the time. Drove me nuts but I
Complete thread -- eversion fits
Complete thread -- yes, I know. A tip, google.com + your phrase. Will help you.
Complete thread -- I should mention that in the plan, Dr. says that
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- wonder if fiber bar?, 2nd guess bowl? (as in cereal bowl)
Complete thread -- cribriform and comedo necrosis were the s/l
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- The patient is an 84-year-old male status post THA.
Complete thread -- so is thyroxine okay then?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- can you share?
Complete thread -- mortise (with an 'e')
Complete thread -- this is not a lab... this is med list
Complete thread -- yes, mortise
Complete thread -- if he is saying the L... I do not hear it
Complete thread -- thyroxine is the actual hormone, levothyroxine is the synthetic form.
Complete thread -- yes, you may hear; will order a thyroxin or thyroid antibodies sm
Complete thread -- can you hear L-Thyroxine?
Complete thread -- Fibula fracture with subluxation of the *mortis* (depression or groove?)
Complete thread -- MacIntosh blade sizes sizes 0 (neonatal) through 4 (large adult).
Complete thread -- med list doc says "thyroxin" ... not levo... and no dosages.
Complete thread -- thank you, poi
Complete thread -- Dunno. Not Mallampati, though. If I could've made it out, I would've posted my answer.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. Instead of a surgical fusion there is self-fusion.
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you.
Complete thread -- what did he say?
Complete thread -- I was thinking a number 4 too.
Complete thread -- Not sure about a 40 Mac -- maybe a #4?
Complete thread -- MacIntosh. Agree that 80=ET (unless you hear "eight-oh" in which case it'd be 8.0)
Complete thread -- would it be 40 MacIntosh blade was inserted and an ET tube was
Complete thread -- MacIntosh
Complete thread -- ET tube
Complete thread -- A s/l 40 McIntosh blade was inserted, and an s/l 80 tube was easily
Complete thread -- nevermind, got it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- High-grade DCIS was noted with s/l quivaform and communonecrosis.
Complete thread -- It'd be Mallampati (with one 't'), but that's not what he said.
Complete thread -- Mallampatti (class) III
Complete thread -- defect from the
Complete thread -- we proceeded to close the _______15 mm trocar site at the umbilicus with
Complete thread -- taking down all the _______ while taking down the plication
Complete thread -- s/l fiber bowl or fiber ball
Complete thread -- Still waiting. Thank you :)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Warthin or Warthin's
Complete thread -- list in past surgical history: s/l Wartman's tumor left neck. (no context,sorry)
Complete thread -- Oxygen saturation 99% on room air. HEENT: ______ class III.
Complete thread -- I thought she was saying "I had (or I've had) a chance to later cofirm," but
Complete thread -- However, further workup demonstrated a right lower lobe lung mass as w ...
Complete thread -- L4-5 spondylolisthesis that has ___.
Complete thread -- maybe saintkell is a better s/l
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l stkell concrete contractors in nj
Complete thread -- yes, saline implant (bag filled with salt water).
Complete thread -- breast augmentation with s/l "saline". Quite clear...
Complete thread -- ignore Word grammar check for technical language.
Complete thread -- is right, I will go with comma...our QA wants a comma. thanks!
Complete thread -- take out the comma. I personally would use a dash. Lymphadenopathy - appears to be
Complete thread -- 1. Lymphadenopathy, appears to be improving. Word underlines this punct. help!
Complete thread -- looks right - see link
Complete thread -- s/l lateral uncoverage?? Would that make sense here?
Complete thread -- supposedly, I have heard it said, human bite worse
Complete thread -- interesting, thanks for sharing.
Complete thread -- must be doctor office dictation, not acute care, they do dictate generic and or brand
Complete thread -- hedgehog inhibitor is a new one on me!
Complete thread -- Slutty
Complete thread -- for ARCHIVES...Genentech's vismodegib marked the first approval for a Hedgehog inhibi
Complete thread -- Personally, I think the semicolon is an elegant solution... sm
Complete thread -- eggzactly, Ooooo
Complete thread -- duh...MS word (Not MW)
Complete thread -- If you use MW Word, spellcheck would have found your word?
Complete thread -- O - why not a semicolon; and, in fact, ..... ?
Complete thread -- you said it, charLie Brown!
Complete thread -- That makes sense now! Thanks
Complete thread -- no, you are right. it is sounded. Thanks
Complete thread -- I thought I heard PA. It is saturation, he was 91%
Complete thread -- per the PA? Is it saturated or sounded?
Complete thread -- Finally got back, it is there.
Complete thread -- The old wav keeps playing
Complete thread -- An EKG appears to be analogous to one that had been done in November 2 ...
Complete thread -- wav again.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l: appears to be analagous to one that had...
Complete thread -- Ignore, go with analogous
Complete thread -- I thought that could be it.
Complete thread -- appears to be now the latest one done in nov
Complete thread -- analogous to
Complete thread -- Good grief
Complete thread -- Actually, no in 30 years of transcribing, being a transcriptionist, I don't remember
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- technically, 3 commas correct, but it's slutty to use them all -just use the ones around
Complete thread -- , and because there are two complete sentences joined by and
Complete thread -- good idea. Thank you
Complete thread -- , and, in fact, or and, in fact, ??
Complete thread -- use onlook for chronic and then open M-W
Complete thread -- He reports being chronicly tired-how do I spell chronically? Is that correct
Complete thread -- The Lego Movie
Complete thread -- He is attending school full-time, watching TV, playing video games bri ...
Complete thread -- Some tumors involve the nerves that lie near the carotid artery
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- outer annulus and touch the pain fibers in this area, .
Complete thread -- never heard it being done?? must not be medical transcriber
Complete thread -- merely mentioned as, you went anonymous, no need.'darn tootin it is.' k k j p n c
Complete thread -- Nontender bilateral sized notches.
Complete thread -- darn tootin it is.
Complete thread -- it's ok LB for difference of opinion
Complete thread -- OR maybe he was restating instaed of saying nontender to bilateral side nuances--restated
Complete thread -- I still think it is sciatic notches
Complete thread -- might double ck "size" given ??(large, small etc) There are vertebral notches sm
Complete thread -- thank you too
Complete thread -- Amazing! Thank you!
Complete thread -- phyber?
Complete thread -- equally reactive bilaterally?
Complete thread -- sciatic notches
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- whaaaa
Complete thread -- Summit Medical Group - Doctors - Rajesh Rao, MD
Complete thread -- Rajesh Rao?
Complete thread -- I think nuances ok; nuance' means a slight, or subtle, difference;
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- Kadian?
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- looking for a Dr. Row or Raugh in NJ (Might be connected to summit medical group)
Complete thread -- The patient’s ankle jerk and knee jerk 2+, equal *active* bilaterally
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: ____, Zanaflex, Klonopin, Lamictal and Prilosec. ...
Complete thread -- oops, "snme" did not get deleted b4 posting
Complete thread -- could it be air-charged catheter?
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- means on bending is 8 inches from the floor with fingertipsnme
Complete thread -- school name in your account area, google school names?
Complete thread -- Urodynamic study - s/l air stretch catheter
Complete thread -- few of questions
Complete thread -- could it be "see Justin" ?? whoever that may be?
Complete thread -- oops..forgot to put in my *usual* name.
Complete thread -- that is what I heard too. Was trying to figure out where that was.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, found it, will add to my list
Complete thread -- s/l "St. Justin" to me
Complete thread -- sometimes they give brand and generic i.e.Metamucil generic psyllium
Complete thread -- does have a tight schedule as she is going to ____ in due course
Complete thread -- I hear what sounds like difficult (not sure it makes sense though)
Complete thread -- imo
Complete thread -- ok, thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- I hear distal. and agree with beta blockade.
Complete thread -- maybe... can also maybe hear distal
Complete thread -- does anyone hear "difficult" for #1 maybe?
Complete thread -- 1. distal? 2. blockade
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate?
Complete thread -- we have __ bleeding gastric angiodysplasia /will not tolerate beta block ___easily gi
Complete thread -- I think joint fluid is considered a noun (like amniotic fluid or even brake fluid), so I
Complete thread -- got it - Mucillium
Complete thread -- Pt is taking s/l "mu-psyllium" sm pls
Complete thread -- you just like to argue for the heck of it; I can't be further bothered with you
Complete thread -- I can accept research. I don't think the syntax works with fiber.
Complete thread -- late does not matter "O", OP do return (so for next time) & others benefit
Complete thread -- well, let's see, can't accept, research an ans why not, that would work,.sm
Complete thread -- further on the right side?
Complete thread -- ? C5-6 level, far more on the right side
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't think that's correct (what's a pain fiber?)
Complete thread -- I would, and comma also after colored.
Complete thread -- Is comma needed after golden?
Complete thread -- agree, hepatitis B virus (HBV)-
Complete thread -- distended
Complete thread -- I know this is way too late, but "receiving" IV contrast?
Complete thread -- crural
Complete thread -- Could possibly stand for "virus" NM
Complete thread -- unable to find; have stedman rad 4th but old 2004, zip on google.
Complete thread -- hep B "V" surface antibodies
Complete thread -- there (is) still one segment of the duodenum...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a bit to blurred, might get if slow down to a warble, not heard him in awhile
Complete thread -- fibers (like pain fibers) smv
Complete thread -- oops, should be dialysis pt or both.
Complete thread -- maybe saying left "lower" can't find kruller, I know pt diabetic tho
Complete thread -- remaining liver tissue (or was it just a typo?)
Complete thread -- s/l kruller
Complete thread -- disc bulge at the C5-6 level *fiber* on the right side.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- CBD was _________. She had evidence
Complete thread -- There are ________ one segment of the duodenum
Complete thread -- disorder and no history of ulcer disease, *cola* disease, and no bleeding
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Levothroid? (sometimes said like "levothyroid." but I don't see hypothyroidism on there)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thankyou!
Complete thread -- main bump?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- abnormal earlier and not have the _______ two days ago
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "carotid" nerve tumor
Complete thread -- some dehydration but was normal.
Complete thread -- daily, Lomotil, *lava tarid*, Carafate, and oxycodone.
Complete thread -- She was more confused, hypotensive, ________.
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin is 15.2 which may reflect some __________ normal.
Complete thread -- Patient needs to take steroids prior to s/l risabine IV contrast.
Complete thread -- s/l Kemp's? (see Archives, top left)
Complete thread -- positive ____ test on the right side, negative on the left side.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- eye grounds?
Complete thread -- Slip and fall accident. Patient fractured her sacrum. She
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "the patient with distended..." tender is nontender???
Complete thread -- Abdomen: ____ and distended abdomen with PTC placement. The patient’s ...
Complete thread -- tine... like tines on a fork :)
Complete thread -- okay thanks
Complete thread -- as dictated.
Complete thread -- thank you ! :)
Complete thread -- 3/4 or 0.75 ?
Complete thread -- PubMed prefers hyphenated, either acceptable.
Complete thread -- "and her shoes were number nine." Only one way it rhymes.
Complete thread -- is it midcalf or mid-calf?? Archives have both
Complete thread -- we need to invent a slide you sit on...
Complete thread -- moving on. Thanks
Complete thread -- SM for wild guess
Complete thread -- sorry, fixed text... please see this one
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he is saying
Complete thread -- "thin-section coronal CT" See Message
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- Meckel's cave
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- nodular growths?
Complete thread -- You say potato, I say potato... tomato, tomato. all different pronunciations, same thing
Complete thread -- Not wrong, just different. Depends on where you live.
Complete thread -- I guess I'm wrong. UK (British) teen, American tyne. Well, that figures. We pronounce
Complete thread -- You should check the dictionaries on OneLook (with sound for pronunciation). Dictator pron
Complete thread -- I'm in the US, not France... clementYne
Complete thread -- exactly...klem-uhn-tahyn, -teen; French kle-mahn-teen
Complete thread -- I believe tynes is correct
Complete thread -- teens (clementines)
Complete thread -- I tried and came up blank.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- yep, I'd pronounce that clemen-tynes (tiny oranges)
Complete thread -- got it, clemintine
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "coats" but couldn't verify.
Complete thread -- wav file, food sure seems to stump me!
Complete thread -- "quotes" (but I don't know what he wants in quotes...
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- which was noted to be subserosal nodular ____consistent with bile duct ...
Complete thread -- See inside for my INTERPRETATION
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- anybody? Please...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- please help. This was said all in one breath. I cant figure out where to put commas
Complete thread -- Link below
Complete thread -- Michael A. Sermersheim (Neurology)?
Complete thread -- indiana account
Complete thread -- fun listening to surgeons debating about whether they'd rather have a human bite, cat
Complete thread -- stable in no apparent distress?
Complete thread -- It sure could be.
Complete thread -- Sure it's not just "appears to be in no apparent distress"?
Complete thread -- wav file, leg fracture playing soccer at school.
Complete thread -- very welcome, here to help & make life a bit easier MTing
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks for the new meds. I just realized that I can add them
Complete thread -- I forgot to mention -- comma after splenic infarct, (comma)
Complete thread -- s/l coly-lysthiasis, looks like cholelithiasis (gallstones,)
Complete thread -- new FDA Northera (droxidopa)neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (drop in BP)
Complete thread -- splenic infarct and s/l coly-lysthiasis
Complete thread -- new FDA Monovisc (sodium hyaluronate)osteoarthritis of the knee.
Complete thread -- Monovisc (sodium hyaluronate)osteoarthritis of the knee. sm
Complete thread -- new FDA Tivorbex (indomethacin capsules) pain sm
Complete thread -- a guess (a lot of anemia types) might be delta (thalassemia)
Complete thread -- some sort of anemia and need for transfusions....
Complete thread -- I think it's "freely." thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- WAV. patient with left-sided weakness, signs of subacute stroke.
Complete thread -- Breast cancer patient about to start TCH chemo.
Complete thread -- agree, commas
Complete thread -- Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- Oh, but Ultamet, not Ultramed.
Complete thread -- I've always heard Corail pronounced "koh-rye" in Ortho, so you've got the right thing.
Complete thread -- I see several different names, but none that s/l "Cry" -
Complete thread -- Left total hip arthroplasty with DePuy (s/l) Cry Ultramed System (cannot confirm)/sm
Complete thread -- The "st" sound would blend together = frost stis
Complete thread -- rather -- is/will --stumble
Complete thread -- or was a stumble/restart (is/was)
Complete thread -- Stitch likely was dictated when you look at the s/l given, frost-is.
Complete thread -- To me, looks just fine as is.
Complete thread -- agree, but I would not include word "stitch" since not dictated, sm
Complete thread -- maybe not reading it right or know where the period goes and inflection
Complete thread -- values that low indicate serious problem. Normal platelet count ranges 150,000 -450,000 sm
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- thank you both! :)
Complete thread -- for satiation
Complete thread -- for satiation?
Complete thread -- cannot catch
Complete thread -- Frost stitch
Complete thread -- A s/l frost-is will be placed to suspend upper eyelid. TIA!
Complete thread -- platelet values can be very high or low, 3000 is possible SM
Complete thread -- Question about platelets...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Erythemic enlarging *roughened* lesion left side of the nasal dorsum ( ...
Complete thread -- She is just jealous we don't share our bon bons ~ though I think her "identity" is
Complete thread -- no, those are all findings on the 1 exam.
Complete thread -- I prefer the periods.
Complete thread -- I don't know why you don't just use commas
Complete thread -- Do periods look ok here?
Complete thread -- tip? medial tip of the tibial plateau?
Complete thread -- You are not doing "real" transcription. You'd never leave off something dictated.
Complete thread -- medial tap tibial plateau fracture doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- left it off???? oh-oo, not good at all. If doing hospital acute care sm
Complete thread -- s/l medial tap may be as in "aspiration of joint" fluid sm
Complete thread -- good guess...
Complete thread -- ?stammering on tibial
Complete thread -- thx i ended up flagging
Complete thread -- There is nothing to "sound-like". It is a written word. Surgical specimens.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!! :)
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamin
Complete thread -- Wild guess: "post-fasciotomy?" NM
Complete thread -- left it off instead of flagging it? we'd get reprimanded for that.
Complete thread -- med help... any guesses?
Complete thread -- Wild guess: "crepitations" for both words. NM
Complete thread -- Possibly "oxygen requirement?" NM
Complete thread -- medial-top?
Complete thread -- medial-type
Complete thread -- s/l a medial tap??
Complete thread -- giggle snort
Complete thread -- If we had a "sounds like" would really help too.
Complete thread -- I tried, just couldn't figure out anything that fit
Complete thread -- On googling - distal radius fracture with vertical ...as soon as I typed "di" dislocation
Complete thread -- how about dislocation?
Complete thread -- that doesn't even make sense. "who have done this yourself" wha??
Complete thread -- nm, I give up
Complete thread -- If we had more info perhaps, what kind of surgery? hysterectomy?
Complete thread -- LOL. Let 'em eat cake. My big girl panties are on.
Complete thread -- hey, LB, did ya notice post below... someone crying under your bon bons?
Complete thread -- s/l post-Frankwell signs
Complete thread -- ok, well, yeah, now that you say that, I can hear it that way too.
Complete thread -- are there any other clues about where/what this MIGHT be? I even checked Stedman's Oncol
Complete thread -- Same here, nada
Complete thread -- obese with no tenderness, no masses. (what I heard, sorry ooo)
Complete thread -- Looked everywhere and everyway I can and come up wtih absolute ZILCH on ANY of those
Complete thread -- ...soft, obese, was not tender, and there are no masses.
Complete thread -- I don't know the blank but I do hear either nontender or no tenderness
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Abdomen is soft. ______ noted and there are no masses.
Complete thread -- increased fatigue, weakness and fatigue, or week's fatigue
Complete thread -- Hopefully someone can help us. Cancer doctor doing surgery sm
Complete thread -- He presented with ____ fatigue, black stool.
Complete thread -- Tolterodine
Complete thread -- drug for frequent urination
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- cardiology colleague
Complete thread -- Selection? (selection of antibiotic?) relisten on cardiology colleges...? cardiology
Complete thread -- adding
Complete thread -- cardiology colleges. ID evaluation. *seduction* requirement will be followed, at th
Complete thread -- Lung exam please see msg
Complete thread -- got it: according to the chart
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: _____ the patient is allergic to allopurinol.
Complete thread -- just found it! Malyugin ring
Complete thread -- yes, I was correcting myself from t.i.d. to b.i.d.
Complete thread -- s/l my-loon-gee-an ring (ophthamology consult) sm pls
Complete thread -- Rules, top right corner.
Complete thread -- Explorational lateral compartment?
Complete thread -- It was something they don't normally include in the report so left it off.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- or was that a correction?
Complete thread -- cry cry, who have done this yourself, oh yeah. What goes around et
Complete thread -- huh I don't see where dictation stated b.i.d.????
Complete thread -- why did you type t.i.d. if it was dictated b.i.d.?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- more: pls sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- perhaps your "separate" is surface?
Complete thread -- She is taking morphine s/l "free" release 30 mg t.i.d. (not slow/sustained/immed)
Complete thread -- or just Walleye -The designation of the Walleye as an "air-to-ground missile" is a
Complete thread -- The "Walleye I" was a purpose-built weapon, rather than simply a modified ...
Complete thread -- try google.com + anxiety medication see what comes up.
Complete thread -- s/l *wallieye separate* missile
Complete thread -- I'd call 'em back if can't remember right? Plus share with us too.
Complete thread -- I made a phone call and the oxygen saturation was 90%, the 136 was something else, can't
Complete thread -- ______(s/l bisection or dissection?) need to post a voice file with this type of thing
Complete thread -- agree, leave as dictated
Complete thread -- symphony may be lab instrument used. Symphony/Multiplex (Rainin Instruments) sm
Complete thread -- 4000, no comma in 4-digit numbers.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I prefer to use hypen when 2 of same letters together, easier read
Complete thread -- S/L stinger= Stenger nm
Complete thread -- BIPAP (for sleep apnea) not an actual medication but I have doctors do that.
Complete thread -- med list-
Complete thread -- He had a negative *stinger* at 4,000.
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't make sense of the 136 either.
Complete thread -- meta-analysis, metaanalysis, or metanalysis? I can find all 3. Is one more
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- or the 90% is the FiO2??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I would do bone-on-bone but not specific-increased.
Complete thread -- no mottling (of skin)
Complete thread -- bone-on-bone? and specific-increased? or without hyphen?
Complete thread -- ABG question:
Complete thread -- bos 2 says: (SM)
Complete thread -- Materna prenatal vitamins sm
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I would type that 1975 to 1976
Complete thread -- Do you normally put ' before 75 for 1975?
Complete thread -- ventricular?
Complete thread -- ICD interrogation negative for any *metchulair* arrhythmias.
Complete thread -- agree, "or questions" Sincerely, xxx Gastroenterology
Complete thread -- and it was seen again as it was missed on the withdrawal. (The previous withdrawal)
Complete thread -- Always post context and full surrounding text. Never make your s/l the first word or the l
Complete thread -- that makes sense because they withdrew and reinserted.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I think I hear "questions" but no idea what
Complete thread -- Nevermind! It is perisplenic.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- any acute problems or _____.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I am definitely writing this down in my book of hard to find phrases!
Complete thread -- pedobarograph
Complete thread -- polyp was seen again *and it was missed on withdrawal* and this was removed with the
Complete thread -- Not locating "perisplenius" or "parasplenius" mass
Complete thread -- s/l Peter Bare graft study (sm)
Complete thread -- , no fever, no _____ joint pain, no dysphagia
Complete thread -- CMV?
Complete thread -- Prenatal vitamin or drug - s/l *materna fairma*
Complete thread -- supplementation with ______ feeding _______ during the day _____ to increase the stoo
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- a FODMAP diet
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a happy spitter
Complete thread -- He is _______. I will be happy to see him
Complete thread -- She has been on Levsin and *fog mog ta* with no significant improvement.
Complete thread -- s/l sil-ex-uh-co TIA!
Complete thread -- tx. Would you flag or leave it like like I wrote it?
Complete thread -- thank you , billybob
Complete thread -- it means the time stamper can't tell time very well?
Complete thread -- piecemeal, see link.
Complete thread -- how do you write "piece meal" or "peace meal"in this context
Complete thread -- cyl
Complete thread -- what does it mean "oh two, eight oh PM"? Is that a time?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- pls
Complete thread -- "dihydroergotamine (DHE) nasal spray" SM
Complete thread -- I cannot document "DHG"
Complete thread -- it is warm autoimmune.....nevermind
Complete thread -- Tp has s/l won autoimmune hemolytic anemia diagnosed. Is this von?
Complete thread -- makes sense if the pt did have hypospadias...wish the OP had told us that.
Complete thread -- girl...you got it right. where are the bon bons??
Complete thread -- "she calls this a partial knee." - not the doctor, he calls it arthroscopy.
Complete thread -- Reading the sentence as posted, you could just as well believe HE dictates the
Complete thread -- shaft=penis
Complete thread -- normal skull? slurred
Complete thread -- is that an abbreviation or an acronym (HELP)?
Complete thread -- Well, we are bored and lonely so obviously have time to explain ourselves over everything
Complete thread -- might be phthisis (as suggested) because of def & drug used (Avastin)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes I would, as the patient said it...NOT the doctor.
Complete thread -- My thoughts too, Poi. Someone out here today has it in for me with anything I answer. I
Complete thread -- it looks as though the dictator is indicating "she calls this", as in the patient said. I
Complete thread -- arthroplasty can be done via arthroscopy. If the arthroscopy shows damage, then they perf
Complete thread -- you would leave it even though an arthroscopy is not a knee replacement?
Complete thread -- I would probably leave it - but you know your account better & might just want to flag.
Complete thread -- clearly says arthroscopy... not arthroplasty. Would you leave/change or blank it?
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- oh, is this you LB?
Complete thread -- yeah, I'm always late to the party :)
Complete thread -- How about "phthisis"? ...
Complete thread -- Looks like we all came to the same conclusion. :) (and I do try & help, no matter what
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll listen again for ptosis.
Complete thread -- ptosis starts with pt... wondering if it is something that starts with pt as well ?
Complete thread -- uveitis?
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- after its founder, Dr. Frederick Mohs
Complete thread -- Mohs surgery, also known as chemosurgery, developed in 1938 by a general ...
Complete thread -- s/l mows on his nose
Complete thread -- I discussed these findings with her and recommended Avastin injection ...
Complete thread -- cross adduction?
Complete thread -- I tried googling cross reduction neuro exam, but it took me to "cross adduction"
Complete thread -- think I got it - cross adduction
Complete thread -- s/l "cross reduction" plse sm
Complete thread -- sorry, she also said about not sure abbreviation, I was only trying to HELP
Complete thread -- the question is "ommis glow"
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :) did not think of that :)
Complete thread -- MVI motor vehicle incident?
Complete thread -- not saying MVA, but is that what he means? or is there something that is MVI or MDI?
Complete thread -- AFOF might be anterior fontanelle open and flat ??
Complete thread -- ? on his skull, AFOF
Complete thread -- beats me, ty for wag
Complete thread -- Thanks so much both of you!
Complete thread -- yep, infrared saunas, supplements, ....
Complete thread -- infrared saunas
Complete thread -- context????? something saunas, supplements?
Complete thread -- _______ saunas
Complete thread -- luminous glow?
Complete thread -- sorry. I uploaded the new one
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- antibiotics, lactulose, craniosacral massages, ____supplements, dietary changes and r
Complete thread -- infant exam HEENT/NECK: s/l "ommis glow" AFOF, no LAD, anicteric
Complete thread -- thank you, poi
Complete thread -- smooth
Complete thread -- ok flagging
Complete thread -- that wav is terrible. I cannot hardly follow anything.
Complete thread -- sorry. I'll wait. I did not notice your wav
Complete thread -- interactions are not_____
Complete thread -- The small possible polyp ____ and was destroyed by the removal
Complete thread -- thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I submitted report. Doctor had "flow-through phenomenon" on previous reports, but still..
Complete thread -- okay
Complete thread -- I'd put 600-800 (or 600 to 800)
Complete thread -- And, I explained it poi. I do read/reference meanings and structures involved
Complete thread -- is this how you would write six to eight hundred mg?
Complete thread -- s/l "flow through phenomenon" The patient previous multiple lumbar spinal...
Complete thread -- I wasn't questioning what you heard, just the explanation and info of
Complete thread -- Just left a blank...thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- sorry, I tried. It sounds to me like ik-me-uh.
Complete thread -- you are right poi; no mention of Op title, but does involve penis, whether.
Complete thread -- TVH. D: The weighted speculum was then exchanged for the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- circ is short-form for circumflex
Complete thread -- Crohn's disease is what pt has
Complete thread -- I don't
Complete thread -- what is the patient be treated for?
Complete thread -- anyone hear "to protect the Humira"?
Complete thread -- circumflex artery?
Complete thread -- He had a stent placed in the LAD. He also has a mid s/l circ high-grade stenosis.
Complete thread -- Ballottement is a medical sign which indicates increased fluid in the suprapatellar pouch
Complete thread -- patellofemoral (all one word) ballottement
Complete thread -- your reference is referencing hypospadias - that was not in the original post.
Complete thread -- the argue-rrrr, seesm to have forgotten the whole point (ileocecectomy)
Complete thread -- protect the __________
Complete thread -- patellar femoral *belotman* on the left.
Complete thread -- This does not leave us with a lot of options to _____.
Complete thread -- oops, had cap key on in error
Complete thread -- MEANS distal shaft as opposed to ventral. Meatus between the glans and the distal shaft";
Complete thread -- I didnt take it as rude, I just have no clue what it means LOL
Complete thread -- I hear --and so that the meatus was in the disal shaft
Complete thread -- oh, I agree. Was just trying to make sense of it. Perhaps is saying
Complete thread -- Not real sure, but that's what I heard. ??
Complete thread -- not that I am getting anything better but...
Complete thread -- does that make sense? the meatus moved to the distal shaft?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- exophyting is "iffy" - not very reliable hits when I search it.
Complete thread -- Yes that is definitely it!
Complete thread -- and so that the meatus...
Complete thread -- hmm, yes maybe it could be that, thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- urethral meatus and _______ the meatus was in the distal
Complete thread -- can you hear "end feel"?
Complete thread -- not your link, the NIH link in the other post. (not a link, I copied & pasted it into
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "en-teal"
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/#nfpr=1&q=exophyted
Complete thread -- well, the web page posted references "exophyting" and not even exophyted...
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but I can reference exophyting.
Complete thread -- is exophyted even a word?
Complete thread -- this is what I hear
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I thought so. Thank you.
Complete thread -- ? normal position of the anus, normal sacral spine
Complete thread -- 1. malposition?
Complete thread -- disease, no _______ of the anus, no _______, a dilated rectal vault full of firm
Complete thread -- ? exophyted
Complete thread -- exophytic - pertaining to growth of a tumor outward
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- potential is in there (with potential for, potential of... something like that)
Complete thread -- no, not %. It is given as a measure of time - could it be 1-second cap refill?
Complete thread -- Have you ever heard capillary refill stated as a
Complete thread -- Surgery
Complete thread -- left mastoid effusion ____ mid ear involvement
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sounds like sludging to me, and it fits context - pt has had sludge at her stoma site.
Complete thread -- didn't get that myself...
Complete thread -- tx for trying. I uploaded wav
Complete thread -- She has had three to four episodes of moderate ___, but nothing that would cause her
Complete thread -- Duocal (I started to google "duocount" and got as far as "duoc" when answer was suggested.
Complete thread -- Mother is also adding *duocount* to his food and cereal.
Complete thread -- thanks maybe I will upload a wav
Complete thread -- maybe pt is a nurse? was it at work? at home? is pt old, young?
Complete thread -- where is the pain? RUQ/epigastric? Could be talking about sludge in the gallbladder seen
Complete thread -- not unless someone peed on the
Complete thread -- incisura ?
Complete thread -- not really but I can't think of what it might be
Complete thread -- distance between umbilicus and s/l in-sis-or of the introitus TIA!
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Sterile *flesh 7* pigment was used for the nipple. ...
Complete thread -- the patient has moderate "sludging" does that make sense?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ramen
Complete thread -- hip and ankle pain status post fall
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- maybe romaine (as in lettuce), but without more context, just a wag.
Complete thread -- trying to take a bowl of s/l roman (with o as in orange)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- interval and inferior and posterior recesses. A posterolateral accessory...
Complete thread -- flagged. ...
Complete thread -- The arthroscopic shaver and Bovie cautery were used to release the cap ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd personally take out just one comma (not saying that's the only way, though).
Complete thread -- Comma usage and hyphen? I'm probably overthinking this…
Complete thread -- another link for Kitty. (or just google bipap settings)
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- I was learning toward noticeable, like no noticeable "elevation" in cup to disk... ??
Complete thread -- normal optic disc "cups" (cup ratios)?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Really? When a doc pronounces a word wrong, we're supposed to type it wrong? Where do
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- In case you're wondering, a semicolon is okay after quotation marks. Agree with helper
Complete thread -- SM - what I'd do with the word "however"
Complete thread -- how would you punctuate this
Complete thread -- John Steven Marino
Complete thread -- According to some... I don't ever.
Complete thread -- I would think it would be worsening hump given the context.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- you aint MTing rite. ;)
Complete thread -- gah... I just realized I was hearing the LAST wav file. omg...
Complete thread -- wow, this is a totally different sound file that I just heard...
Complete thread -- Maybe Google city/town and neurosurgeons in that area, might get lucky? I can't get it by
Complete thread -- Same poster who is arguing below that a surgery=appendicitis. Walks like an abc123, no?
Complete thread -- city? state? an
Complete thread -- s/l John Molino, he is a neuro-oncologist with an office in Port Washington?
Complete thread -- hospital
Complete thread -- (if you know the hospital, you can probably find the neurosurgeon there on their website?
Complete thread -- Please CC not "see"
Complete thread -- Please see this letter to Dr. ..... Dept of Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- I also think spondylysis is "spondylosis" or even "spondylolysis"
Complete thread -- s CC - wav
Complete thread -- That's all I see in Sted's surg too.
Complete thread -- going to have to flag, thanks.
Complete thread -- is that abc123? shootmeknow justkillme? interesting.
Complete thread -- I found Rosen curette.
Complete thread -- no, wish I could
Complete thread -- up- and down-biting curettes?
Complete thread -- NM -- how is a surgical procedure "equal" to a medical condition??
Complete thread -- s/l upround and rosa curets ? is curettes correct?
Complete thread -- hmmm... suspiciously similar to what was said about your guess, bmppae/nm/jz/abc123.
Complete thread -- I just copied and pasted from the website. They forgot it. :)
Complete thread -- missed one: Chief, Glen Cove Hospital
Complete thread -- exactly, and with errors (mispronounced words) it is our job to correct them.
Complete thread -- whoa what a title!!!
Complete thread -- thanks for link, been looking for a better one, ie, more clear
Complete thread -- Why do people get their panties in a bunch? I surely can't hear von Willebrand out of
Complete thread -- naw, don't believe it for a minute
Complete thread -- re-read the post, you didn't even "understand" what that poster even said.
Complete thread -- really? hmmm.
Complete thread -- I can't "hear" Bourneville's syndrome in the s/l provided by the OP
Complete thread -- and, I do supply ans - in fact, many of them correctly. wait for that apology, because it
Complete thread -- Actually, I did make it "MTing" - and I've been "MTing" for over 30 years. So, yeah, so,
Complete thread -- I can't "hear" von Willebrand in the s/l provided by the OP
Complete thread -- oops, and you have "abd obesity" - either and obesity or abdominal obesity??
Complete thread -- you have "A-fib" and then "atrial fibrillation" on your list
Complete thread -- found: Bourneville's syndrome ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for the reply, doesn't s/l VWF - going to flag, thanks again
Complete thread -- (neurogenic bladder with recurrent UTIs (no comma after bladder and no "a" in there.
Complete thread -- s/l pure-in-bih-vill syndrome might be von Willebrand sm
Complete thread -- Ashesh Mehta, MD, PhD (neurosurgeon), director, epilepsy surgery, CNI’s Comprehensive Epil
Complete thread -- can you catch name. doctor is in NSUH
Complete thread -- can you catch name. doctor is in NSUH
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ESL doc, s/l pure-in-bih-vill syndrome sm plse
Complete thread -- it is a treatment that CAN be used, but it is used for Crohn's and probably a number
Complete thread -- oyster shell calcium twice a day, losartan 100 mg...
Complete thread -- Medications: Omeprazole 40 mg daily, glimepiride 4 mg daily, gemfibro ...
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- I think it is okay according to this article (link)
Complete thread -- Looks okay to me.
Complete thread -- Is this sentence ok grammar-wise?
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks I caught that before I sent off.
Complete thread -- "yeah, and so" you never made it MTing did ya. Never supply any ans, just argue
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- on 2-point
Complete thread -- may be hearing 10 over 3, does that make any more sense?
Complete thread -- He had greater than *10 mm and 2 point sensation* - how is this written
Complete thread -- IPAP and EPAP settings, 7 and 3, though those sound low to me?
Complete thread -- forgot my context:
Complete thread -- s/l BiPAP 7 over 3 ?
Complete thread -- likewise ;) ;) ;)
Complete thread -- Yeah, and so, it is also used to remove part of the ileum, so whatsyerpoint
Complete thread -- ooh - the suspensive hyphen -- good point!
Complete thread -- you're right
Complete thread -- it would have to be bone- or ligament-wise
Complete thread -- I don't need to reread anything. What the heck is your point?
Complete thread -- yes, I know, I just meant for comparison purposes...
Complete thread -- reread OP post. Previous surgeries; back in November she had an SBO and an __________.
Complete thread -- Now I want a cookie - chocolate chip:)
Complete thread -- test of cure is a generalized phrase to test for cure of anything, not just urine
Complete thread -- oh, okay. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- a buffalo hump is a dorsocervical fat pad
Complete thread -- I use hyphens with -wise words, cuz that's the way they crumble...
Complete thread -- it sounds like test of care, but the term is "test-of-cure urine" - google it both ways.
Complete thread -- ligament-wise or ligament wise??
Complete thread -- uh
Complete thread -- I believe it is test of cure.. to be sure her infection is cured
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- agree with test of care urine
Complete thread -- mind boggling
Complete thread -- test of care urine??
Complete thread -- that should be docisms are
Complete thread -- docism are understandable "wrong" words. That's why they are a docism. There is
Complete thread -- many errors are "understandable". He is using the wrong word. It is an error.
Complete thread -- Exact sentences...
Complete thread -- it is not an error, it is perfectly understandable.
Complete thread -- no, it does not = appendicitis. It is a surgical procedure. Not the question
Complete thread -- okay, thank you much!
Complete thread -- Oh puhleeze. If other docs use it and depending on her account, then she CAN use it.
Complete thread -- No. You might use a "docism" when there's no real word. When there's a real word, use it.
Complete thread -- Use the real word - ileocecectomy.
Complete thread -- so which should I use? ileocecalectomy or ileocecectomy ? verbatim but we correct if wrong
Complete thread -- ? ileocecectomy =advanced appendicitis.
Complete thread -- just another docism s/m
Complete thread -- ileocecectomy is the word
Complete thread -- ileocecalectomy ? said very clearly. Not a word, so ?
Complete thread -- what is the exact sentence, before and after?
Complete thread -- Maybe saying something like a worse appearing?
Complete thread -- Have to move on, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, the area in brackets is what bothers me. I think I am missing something.
Complete thread -- I tried. I could not get as much as you had.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Patient with Cushing's disease. It is a buffalo hump but doctor is saying Worchester. nm
Complete thread -- ? what about paced, or based
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- context might help, but how about a dowager's hump?
Complete thread -- I guess it depends where you're from
Complete thread -- temporally
Complete thread -- she only
Complete thread -- s/l tem por ly
Complete thread -- Submucoperiosteal _____ flap was created and lateral
Complete thread -- thanks and sorry
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of s/l * Worchester * hump? nm
Complete thread -- thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- ok, thought so but wanted confirmation
Complete thread -- Thanks. Got to doubting myself.
Complete thread -- right.
Complete thread -- I would say yes. "signs" were ... right?
Complete thread -- the verb in this sentence is were, isn't it?
Complete thread -- Sure. Like the saying "pave the way"
Complete thread -- You can repost now...
Complete thread -- EP (electrophysiology)
Complete thread -- you recorded over my +wav... I am reposting. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Submucoperiosteal _____ flap was created and lateral
Complete thread -- floor and treatment has been *paved* primarily to address main condition
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- not my blank...the study :) still need the blank :)
Complete thread -- this is a holter monitor
Complete thread -- cannot catch what type of eval... sounds like an abbrev...must expand
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- detrusor musculature would fit
Complete thread -- involution of the suture line with the sl*di-tri-sure* musculature with interrupted V
Complete thread -- thanks, will use the through
Complete thread -- clarification, degrees and/or percent(age) can/may be used interchangeably
Complete thread -- C1 through C7 is the more correct way, though with the lax way they do things now,
Complete thread -- C1 *through* C7 on the left or C1-C7... he says through
Complete thread -- phenol or Medrol =Treats asthma, allergic reactions, inflammation, sm
Complete thread -- s/l phely I believe = phenol = anesthetic drug sm
Complete thread -- can you repost wav, it's gone now
Complete thread -- That is what I heard. thanks
Complete thread -- 8.4
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- wav questioning my ANC count
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Mine usually put ability to ambulate under gait/ neurologic iow
Complete thread -- Would you use musculoskeletal as a heading here, or put ambulation elsewhere?
Complete thread -- might be slurring s/l tee-you-in ?Humulin U-500 in insulin pump sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Makes sense - they use cards to place stool on
Complete thread -- Sure. Sometimes hear as Hemoccult cards.
Complete thread -- The parents actually brought *guaiac cards* the day of the procedure.
Complete thread -- Got it, MOCA
Complete thread -- This is in New Hampshire. Sounds like milka or nilka.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- voided?
Complete thread -- developmentally
Complete thread -- Urine was s/l foted for cytology. thank you
Complete thread -- dairy in his diet. He is _____ appropriate
Complete thread -- *a* bowl - yes, a bowl is a big open area (as opposed to a "run" which is more of a trail)
Complete thread -- skiing injury
Complete thread -- She is status post right frontal ventriculoperitoneal shunt placement with an ____ va
Complete thread -- Patient will require a s/l tee-you-in U500 in the insulin pump. TIA!
Complete thread -- named for surgeon César Roux
Complete thread -- Roux-en-Y (capital "r"). See Archives, Stedman's GI, etc.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- choledochojejunostomy.
Complete thread -- biliary enteric bypass with roux-en-Y ____jejunostomy
Complete thread -- you, Billybob!
Complete thread -- within normal limits.
Complete thread -- are we supposed to go as dictated? pls help!a bit confused here :)
Complete thread -- cy·to·ge·net·ics. noun plural but singular or plural in construction
Complete thread -- Cytogenetics within normal limit/limits? is it plural or singular?
Complete thread -- laxity of the fascial covering of the abdominal muscles and pelvic girdle.
Complete thread -- was not aware of the back pain and discomfort that can be associated w ...
Complete thread -- I think Elvis has left the building...
Complete thread -- Isn't postsurgical supposed to be one word? Depo-Medrol is
Complete thread -- new sentence starting with she
Complete thread -- Solu-Medrol??
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- post surgical pain
Complete thread -- yw :)
Complete thread -- Yes! That's it. TY so much. Never heard of that before :) NM
Complete thread -- kissing
Complete thread -- would make sense (to me), like piggyback to the IV
Complete thread -- Not hearing those either. Thanks for trying. nm
Complete thread -- bridging or maybe endplate
Complete thread -- Got it! Stricture of vaginal opening! Thanks for helping, billybob
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob. To me it sounds more like....stricture of 'vagi-loping. I typed the H&P
Complete thread -- Radiology help
Complete thread -- second word vaginosis... restrictive, restriction vaginosis?
Complete thread -- Dyspareunia with scar tissue and stricture of __________.
Complete thread -- moving on... thank you
Complete thread -- s/l in back of
Complete thread -- what i'd do:
Complete thread -- thanks - still not sure so flagged it.
Complete thread -- I did fix that.
Complete thread -- did you notice the link to Silver Academy Day School in the post above?
Complete thread -- This treatment is called MPT: melphalan, prednisolone and thalidomide.
Complete thread -- nasogastric tube placement - NTP? Just a guess.
Complete thread -- thanks ODB
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- good point.
Complete thread -- I see a lot Kenalog-10 and to separate 2 numbers, I'd comma between them.
Complete thread -- Would you use are to keep the same tense or not? Not op.
Complete thread -- "feet" in this case. (but it'd be 5-foot-tall woman)
Complete thread -- were
Complete thread -- dictated "5 foot tall"...should be 5 foot tall?? or 5 feet tall??
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- what town/state is it?
Complete thread -- and, comma after Pap test was negative, and ....
Complete thread -- normal. Intercourse is not painful.
Complete thread -- was/were ?? SM please
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks...a long sentence:)
Complete thread -- We will continue her on s/l MPT for now
Complete thread -- Gynecologic exam...
Complete thread -- This is what I would do...
Complete thread -- Xylocaine and Kenalog-10 50 mcg/ml
Complete thread -- Wow. Couldnt get that. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ISIS (International Spine Intervention Society)
Complete thread -- I found this - D-Mannose and left a note for QA. That is close. Could not find the
Complete thread -- did you try googling it with the town/state?
Complete thread -- s/l ices guidelines
Complete thread -- Lasegue
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation?
Complete thread -- s/l Silver Day Academy. child is 6th grader at ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I wonder if the "fe" part means iron, but I've searched around and found nothing either.
Complete thread -- Spurling test on the left and bilateral positive straight leg raise, ___and Valsalva
Complete thread -- Will flag. I have tried every combination I can think to try.
Complete thread -- Will flag. I have tried every combination I can think to try.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!! ...
Complete thread -- the right wav is there now....
Complete thread -- hematochezia
Complete thread -- also iron deficiency.
Complete thread -- wrong wav
Complete thread -- Diemannofe 500 mg supplement? Cannot hear the first letter really so that could be v
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Complete thread -- thanks, I was not 100% sure.
Complete thread -- sunrise, weightbearing
Complete thread -- yes, did say that... thanks so much all
Complete thread -- Spurling test on the left and bilateral positive straight leg raise, ___and Valsalva
Complete thread -- sunrise, weightbearing or sunrise weighbearing?
Complete thread -- I was wondering the same thing...
Complete thread -- Looks like, to me, the OP isn't coming back, and percent degrees makes no sense to me...
Complete thread -- s/l "byelta" but wonder if it is Byetta (for diabetes) ?
Complete thread -- medications include Diamicron, lithium, ____ and prazosin, having had the Lexapro and
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- No where in your explanation do you use percent degrees
Complete thread -- agreee
Complete thread -- Aside from that %, I think you did it the best way it can be done, unless... SM
Complete thread -- I don't know how any one could measure a percentage of degree(s)?
Complete thread -- how about we wait for OP to answer that... I doubt it is % degrees.
Complete thread -- no, OP is correct on the incisions. No hyphen with metric measures.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Definitely heard "2 mg" and "high-dose." I will flag. Agree with your comment, too
Complete thread -- might HAVE said % & degrees; if CLEAR, I'd go as dictated sm
Complete thread -- I would question that as well - 2 mg is not an especially high dose. SM
Complete thread -- 17- to 18-cm incision I used to transcribe knee ROM as 10-90-95 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I guess what is tripping me up is the "high-dose Coumadin" 2 mg?
Complete thread -- might want to flag, however, dictator responsible for doses, NOT US AT ALL.
Complete thread -- Any comment as to why? Thanks!
Complete thread -- leave it
Complete thread -- why would you leave it out?
Complete thread -- 95% degrees? did he/she say percent degrees?
Complete thread -- Are these written correctly? 10 to 90 to 95% degrees and 5 to 115 to 120
Complete thread -- ethylene chloride can google.com it
Complete thread -- Any suggestions before I flag this? Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- agree, me too.
Complete thread -- usually hear ethyl chloride ?
Complete thread -- agree with Oasis. Exactly how I'd do it.
Complete thread -- Then I would type as I did below. Anyone else?
Complete thread -- Yes, tall was dictated.
Complete thread -- s/l es-tuh-lene- chloride TIA!
Complete thread -- Oh, was the "tall" dictated or are you thinking you should include that?
Complete thread -- A 5-foot-tall, 94-pound thin white female in no acute distress.
Complete thread -- A 5', 94 pound... or A 5' tall, 94 pound?
Complete thread -- DLCO
Complete thread -- high-dose Coumadin 2 mg? (see message)
Complete thread -- Pulmonary function test
Complete thread -- cold cup biopsy forceps?
Complete thread -- could he have started to say forceps? kinda a stutter, just cold biopsy forceps?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I didn't find term force (the cold forceps is opposite of hot forceps)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- in all quadrants of the
Complete thread -- perform a curettage _______ the uterus obtaining a moderate
Complete thread -- I forgot to lower case the "coined terms"dottering or dottered technique
Complete thread -- cold force biopsy forceps?
Complete thread -- included, but not limited to _____, bleeding, infection, no pain relief,
Complete thread -- another thought; maybe indeed is what is meant, i.e., emphasing device not USED sm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- hmm, can post a wav maybe? Thunderbeat device has 2 uses, but not sure what is meant
Complete thread -- good point
Complete thread -- also, down the road you may hear them slanging it T3
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help:)
Complete thread -- no comma after "stated"
Complete thread -- #20. I only corrected that which was incorrect.
Complete thread -- #20 are given? or number 20 are given?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for your help. I got the last one - reticulocytes done
Complete thread -- Tylenol No. 3 (see link)
Complete thread -- Is this how you would write this?
Complete thread -- from the beginning.
Complete thread -- takes 1 or 2 when he took 6. The patient reportedly told 4 last
Complete thread -- or two ______ he took six. The patient reportedly _____ four last night
Complete thread -- suicidal ideation from ______. The patient stated he just
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thunderbeat device which was *not activated* on the colon
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Complete thread -- I agree - no good way to reword I can think of, and I'm pretty sure I've used it before.
Complete thread -- might rewind & relisten, only thing can think of is curettage sm
Complete thread -- recent
Complete thread -- He will probably say this again. If there were a good way to change, I would have.
Complete thread -- four exchanges on the cycler......... a total of six exchanges?
Complete thread -- here it is, in print, dottering, (coined technique)
Complete thread -- no wav?
Complete thread -- would have caught that proofing-sweats
Complete thread -- I hear "cycler" in there but that's about it.
Complete thread -- I have a doctor who loves that word, and I always give it to him.
Complete thread -- number of years and his _____ colonoscopy
Complete thread -- I would go with sweats also. (and swallowing, not swelling, that's a given)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- cautery was cut in *currange*. The IP was transected.
Complete thread -- Is it difficulty swelling or swallowing? how about sweats?
Complete thread -- Is it difficulty swelling or swallowing? how about sweats?
Complete thread -- she does notice 'she has' (instead of shuts) fatigue and shortness...
Complete thread -- For lack of a better idea, I am giving it to him. Cannot think how to reword.
Complete thread -- diagnosis of dermatomyositis
Complete thread -- screening?
Complete thread -- She does four ______ and after that she puts _____ and then after
Complete thread -- He dictates peristalsed clearly. It fits the context. I know it is not a word. How
Complete thread -- s/l queasy colonoscopy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you... that is what I was thinking too, but wanted to make sure :)
Complete thread -- You can also google.com Charles Dotter + surgeon MUCH info link
Complete thread -- Never mind, he says it again, so it's correct as stated.
Complete thread -- Tp with dehydration with resulting hypernatremia and acute
Complete thread -- Tessier surg book page 1816 shows LeVasseur retractor ??
Complete thread -- metal-on-plastic-type noise, but I might just be a...
Complete thread -- ugh
Complete thread -- mandible and a *lavasiay* retractor.
Complete thread -- hyphens or ? metal on plastic type noise
Complete thread -- #1?
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing your find
Complete thread -- The ______ osteotome was used
Complete thread -- Ty!
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Complete thread -- Yes,I've heard of Dotter SM for what it's about
Complete thread -- his pain did not subside
Complete thread -- emergency room, he _______. He tried taking over-the
Complete thread -- livedo reticularis
Complete thread -- ESL. Patient with chronic RUE pain. Doc is
Complete thread -- I cant hear hawkins... Thanks so much for trying
Complete thread -- Thank you~
Complete thread -- Hawkins test - can't get the next word. you have paw and that's all I heard after
Complete thread -- TIBC is the next word but there is still another word after TIBC that I can't get.
Complete thread -- There is a Becton, Dickinson and Company in NJ
Complete thread -- She has a positive ___test on the right. She uses her ___.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's acceptable and how I would do it. You could also put it as 11,200.
Complete thread -- Social History: She works for s /l Beth in Dixon or "Bexon Dixon" or Beth and Dickson
Complete thread -- Is this correct? WBC 11.2 thousand. Not sure how else to type it.
Complete thread -- a part-time basis. have experience (no "an"). home-based work.
Complete thread -- will check back in the morning if anyone is able to help.
Complete thread -- I am looking to work on part time basis from home. You can contact me ...
Complete thread -- will repeat ferritin level in 3 months but also get CBC _____________ at that time.
Complete thread -- SMOG enema. Thought I'd post this link for documentation/sm
Complete thread -- I think so. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- dental student?
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 30-year-old active ____ with a history of AC ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming :-)
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- This is a 23-year-old African American, gravida 4, para 2, who delivered on..
Complete thread -- I figured, but it's nice to see it in print. Thanks.
Complete thread -- dottered is right
Complete thread -- dottered
Complete thread -- and the winner is... cath team... Thanks
Complete thread -- Chest pain. He was noted to have ST elevations in the ER and the s/l tap team
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- could be, O, but ...if they have no 'spital, then I'm not visiting.
Complete thread -- it's full. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ? normal
Complete thread -- med effects and issues?
Complete thread -- ? ectasia of the
Complete thread -- something enlarged
Complete thread -- maybe "effects" in the "fexin" part? no idea here...
Complete thread -- not sure, but I wouldn't comma around 4 cm.
Complete thread -- Pediatric GI
Complete thread -- HEENT: Pink conjunctivae. Nonicteric sclerae. S/l 4 extraocular movements.
Complete thread -- CT scan question… Any ideas? Thank you!
Complete thread -- from a travel site - there is no major hospital on Bora Bora
Complete thread -- well, it was in 1993... maybe they had a hospital then?
Complete thread -- what is odd is, I heard Bora Bora and thought the next would be the name of a hospital,
Complete thread -- off-label (non-approved) many many meds & implantables are not FDA approved sm
Complete thread -- thank you all for your help!
Complete thread -- that's okay...I thought heard "Bora Bora or Serbia" but figured that needed a flag either
Complete thread -- Thanks so much - another new one on me!
Complete thread -- I was not even going to say that I heard agoraphobia --
Complete thread -- google saline bag scapula (no quotes)
Complete thread -- s/l in Bora Bora, ____ in 1993
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought I heard saline but could not verify that anywhere.
Complete thread -- I guess they could use a bag of saline as a bolster -makes more sense than ceiling, anyway
Complete thread -- saline would make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- shoulder arthroscopy
Complete thread -- sounds like ceiling, saline?
Complete thread -- **** first had a gastroscopy ____ in 1993.
Complete thread -- ty
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Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- variety - a particular kind of person or thing. sure, it works
Complete thread -- disc herniation with left facet hypertrophic change?
Complete thread -- dictionary shows it means in or at the center so it works
Complete thread -- herniation of extrusion *variety* at level 4-5 with compromise
Complete thread -- central disc herniation *of the left* facet hypertrophic
Complete thread -- s/l centric herniation
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- Bellevue Pain 5 prescription? Anyone heard of this? Can't verify.
Complete thread -- He remains on the lithium and ____
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- for oligo (oligohydramnios)
Complete thread -- stat team pager
Complete thread -- stat team page was activated and a stat (no caps?) C-section
Complete thread -- time stat team __________ was activated
Complete thread -- if nothing follows, the correct way is with an apostrophe s. hornblower's, and
Complete thread -- INDUCTION OF LABOR _________ FOR PRIMARY
Complete thread -- higher gradient means more severe stenosis
Complete thread -- hornblowers or hornblower's (w/o sign)?
Complete thread -- Should this be 1:128? Yes. It is a ratio so shown like that
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- correct, it's a ratio... that's the way to do it.
Complete thread -- yes, titer...istics. Test Indications: Useful in the diagnosis of ehrlichiosis.
Complete thread -- Ehrlichia IgG was positive on two separate occasions at *one to one twenty ei
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing. I've heard of google glasses, but not sure "exactly" the uses.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- pretty cool!
Complete thread -- Near-infrared (NIR) fluorescence goggle system
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Complete thread -- B. burgdorferi
Complete thread -- his prostate cancer prevention. We advised
Complete thread -- MS Clinic - s/l Bee-berg dor-free antibodies?
Complete thread -- not only for his heart, but also his prostate
Complete thread -- Renassist
Complete thread -- yes... "attendant" risk means the risk that goes along with
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- discuss with him at length regarding potassium and *attendant* risk with him
Complete thread -- It seems that his *veen assist* program has stopped
Complete thread -- his cholesterol low _______. His prostate, as we
Complete thread -- followup one word
Complete thread -- FibroSURE (link)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He has known chronic hepatitis B with no evidence of portal hypertensi ...
Complete thread -- s/l osseous manipulation
Complete thread -- Once she is feeling better, she can go back to ____manipulation as needed.
Complete thread -- cannot be construed as abnormal...
Complete thread -- All other muscles showed normal-appearing motor units with a good recr ...
Complete thread -- Looks like the name Wilde sometimes follows Weil-Blakesley at companies that sell
Complete thread -- although when you Google, both pop up, more hits on 'Wilde-Blakesley.'
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch, billybob! I needed that confirmation.
Complete thread -- archives only show Weil-Blakesley and Blakesley-Weil.
Complete thread -- Wilde-Blakesley or Weil-Blakesley forceps? (ENT surgery)
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Is Nembutal inhaled? Not
Complete thread -- I really highly doubt bulbous. I just don't see that it fits here at all.
Complete thread -- no doubt. i can't keep track of initials/monikers, i only remember who O and ooo are.
Complete thread -- didn't quite finish. was going to say, I guess since we both start with a "k" now, were
Complete thread -- I'm formerly bhpcak.
Complete thread -- Respectfully disagree, as per the severity summary (chart) in the link enclosed.
Complete thread -- oops, that should have been posted below. LOL
Complete thread -- me. It says in the post, not trying to "steel" your thunder lb... but I didnt post that.
Complete thread -- Uhhh...that isn't LB. I'm LB. I dont know who that is.
Complete thread -- When giving a sound-aliked, give a sentence before, the whole sentence, and the sentence
Complete thread -- who's lb?
Complete thread -- not trying to steel your thunder lb, merely mentioned drug contents
Complete thread -- that's what I said below, but it's an off-label (non-approved) use for it.
Complete thread -- Adderall is a stimulant (amphetamine) so would fit depression
Complete thread -- bulbous thickening of the wound edge epidermis as opposed to the thin ...
Complete thread -- disagree, other way around, 16 is the most severe
Complete thread -- yw. Unfortunately, it appears that you can't edit with Windows 7 Sound Recorder the way
Complete thread -- Thanks - I think I'll just leave a blank. LOL But thanks so much for your time!
Complete thread -- sorry, you'll have to google Windows 7 and Sound Recorder.
Complete thread -- 7
Complete thread -- I did, I also looked googled 20 xr and antidepressans starting with A,
Complete thread -- what version of Windows are you using, XP or 7?
Complete thread -- I mean it looks like it opens up the entire file - how do I get just a portion?
Complete thread -- It is a wav file, it is on my desktop and on my express scribe - but I don't know how to
Complete thread -- also, you can try Archives up above for XR 20 mg and 20 mg.
Complete thread -- do you know where your sound files are on your system? if in WAV format, you can
Complete thread -- I do think that *may* be it, but it doesn't sound like it - how do I post a sound file?
Complete thread -- can you possibly put up a sound file?
Complete thread -- Hmmmm, he very distinctly says aT enaw - See inside for more info
Complete thread -- actually, there may be an off-label use for it for depression too.
Complete thread -- Adderall? (for ADHD, not depression, but comes in XR and 20 mg)
Complete thread -- I think this is a depression med. S/L "atenaw" XR 20 mg 1 tablet
Complete thread -- Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- LOL!! yes
Complete thread -- Yeah, I thought it kind of weird too that she would be a runner at this point.
Complete thread -- that's what I thought I was hearing too, but I've never heard him say
Complete thread -- cannot run
Complete thread -- Couldn't confirm, left blank. nm
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with sarcoidosis symptoms, deconditioning, etc.
Complete thread -- Med s/l nu-embatol inhaled daily as needed. Past med. history here: /sm
Complete thread -- While this is true, ... nevermind. This is true.
Complete thread -- Yes, I would like to know. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ? low Gomco suction
Complete thread -- ...but I do agree it is 16, as 60 would be severe aortic stenosis.
Complete thread -- I believe the "15, 16, 17" etc. are the author's references, not gradient measurements.
Complete thread -- Thanks for input....I ended up flagging.
Complete thread -- After listening to him further, he may be saying "pluri" vesse ...
Complete thread -- just made my day with a big chuckle chuckle, gotta remember that one.
Complete thread -- I have only used archives about twice, takes to long, & mostly guesses, google much better
Complete thread -- agree with "my final answer is" 16 and here is why
Complete thread -- that would make no sense in the sentence
Complete thread -- Thank you - that looks so much better than what I had.
Complete thread -- lol, she is saying bulba, but she should be saying bulla (plural bullae)
Complete thread -- lateral on coverage; just a "clipped" sentence I think or short speak
Complete thread -- may mean ?? BULBOUS - fat, round, or bulging
Complete thread -- there you go!
Complete thread -- I think correct - Adson tissue forcep creates less trauma but still pinches the skin edge
Complete thread -- she is a wound care nurse
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- I think they might mean bulla
Complete thread -- added +wav now... hoping someone out there today can help. Saturdays seem scarce
Complete thread -- bulba??
Complete thread -- I am going with Adson's
Complete thread -- Addison's or Adson's?? Clearly said Addison's, but only see that referencing disease
Complete thread -- make that 'asphericity'
Complete thread -- I wonder if "pori vessels" could be "pampiniform plexus"? (see message/link)
Complete thread -- mild sphericity of her femoral....?
Complete thread -- same here, but I would comma after the and, pain.
Complete thread -- lateral on coverage ... seems like there is a word missing somewhere?
Complete thread -- varus something?
Complete thread -- This is what I would do...(see message)
Complete thread -- YW! As you can see, I like to show my research work as I go along! LOL!
Complete thread -- thank you SO MUCH!
Complete thread -- Final answer is 16. LOL!
Complete thread -- 60 would be severe aortic stenosis.
Complete thread -- thanks - I am going to try that next time!
Complete thread -- Okay, obviously I don't know because based on this link, it would be 16
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, I mean 60 based on that excerpt. Someone please chime in.
Complete thread -- Don't know for sure, but based on the link and excerpt in message, I would say 16.
Complete thread -- s/l mild ace varisity??
Complete thread -- 16 or 60 - anyone know what would fit here, please?
Complete thread -- I am finding it easier to google search a term followed by thegreatdictator.com
Complete thread -- semi-colon placement ok? should the rest of the commas be semi-colon as well ?
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- I like tickle a butt better
Complete thread -- couch, you do mean couch
Complete thread -- I'd say it's fine.
Complete thread -- :) ty
Complete thread -- Is this okay or should it be as a list??
Complete thread -- nice post
Complete thread -- "hycosamine" ;)
Complete thread -- Charming. Dictation like that makes my day. I have one who in the Social History
Complete thread -- ThanQ - I originally had it under neck, but then he listed other nodes as well.
Complete thread -- lymphatics
Complete thread -- Very helpful, thanks so much !
Complete thread -- what heading in PE would you list all lymph nodes under (neck, axillary, groin, etc.)
Complete thread -- this is what all of mine state in acct specs
Complete thread -- as long as your account specs say it is. All of mine say it is :)
Complete thread -- Is is ok to use an abbrev. under the "chief complaint" heading
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- agree, Ticlid, but I am going to defer....etc
Complete thread -- think he is stating the drug "Ticlid" and then saying "but"..continuing sentence
Complete thread -- s/l tickle a butt... end of day for me... I need help :(
Complete thread -- once again... typed it on here wrong. Couch... not cough. sheesh! end of day
Complete thread -- to get off the pot? (toilet) at night
Complete thread -- uh-uh or huh-uh in Wiktionary.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- uh-uh would be a single negative. not sure how to do it when said 3 times.
Complete thread -- anyone??
Complete thread -- that is supposed to be cough.. not cough
Complete thread -- LOL, I love it.
Complete thread -- As I started telling her one of my patient's has a dog named 5-mile, s ...
Complete thread -- how would you spell "uh, uh, uh" ? as in "no, no, no" ??
Complete thread -- erysipelas - HOW does he get aripsellis out of that? Venting
Complete thread -- well, we did have 10 minutes to come up with an answer to all those ~
Complete thread -- kinda hard to decipher what you need with all the (~) thingies,
Complete thread -- No wave. Thanks to all. Moving on to the next tape. Cheers
Complete thread -- could be "see pathology report" or something like that.
Complete thread -- Yes. Could be anything but that was closest
Complete thread -- can u post a wav??
Complete thread -- what is (Sigmoid) pathology? is that a sounds like also?
Complete thread -- ERCP - worst tape I have ever heard. I have lost my mind.
Complete thread -- thank you
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Complete thread -- I can hear "fulgurated," but he sure is tongue tied with it! Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I ended up leaving a blank for the posting below. All I kept hearing w ...
Complete thread -- actually fulgurated, if spelling counts
Complete thread -- fulgerated. And did you ever get your s/l dis-scented from below? 3 helpers offered help.
Complete thread -- Colonoscopy with hot biopsy polypectomy sm
Complete thread -- to the level of capsule?
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- connected to continous bladder irrigation. The patient was placed in supine position ,
Complete thread -- posted as wav
Complete thread -- not posted
Complete thread -- left and right lateral _____ of capsule to a point not beyond the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- inserted _______ connected to continue with bladder irrigation ____
Complete thread -- different...Anti-nuclear antibody (ANA), double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) antibody, and extract
Complete thread -- agree with ANA/DNA
Complete thread -- ANA DNA antibodies or ANA/DNA antibodies?
Complete thread -- hehe
Complete thread -- mp3 doesn't match
Complete thread -- blood clots?
Complete thread -- and right lateral _____ of capsule to
Complete thread -- More bladder _______ clots were noted
Complete thread -- a great ASR funny: Cialis = "all I ask" how ironic!!!
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- found this - could he be correcting 4 to 2?
Complete thread -- (note to OP) PET is an acronym, should be capped
Complete thread -- No prior records to look at to help me with this one,
Complete thread -- THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! nm
Complete thread -- agree with avid
Complete thread -- google pet scan fdg avid - I think your word is avid.
Complete thread -- pet abbot???
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- I'm surprised Stedman's even lists it. As far as I know it is slang, and I'd expand if
Complete thread -- is it verbatim when it is listed as mets in Stedman's Radiology/Oncology?
Complete thread -- we are verbatim acct... but no slang is allowed
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- I consider that slang and expand to metastasis, but "mets" if you have to be verbatim.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l Vas Cath did he remove a catheter?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- that would make sense - it's an idiom, meaning as an incentive
Complete thread -- yes, hyphens as you have them
Complete thread -- my guess would be "mets" because Stedman's Radiology has mets=metastases
Complete thread -- mets (metastases)
Complete thread -- METS, mets, or METs?
Complete thread -- capped?
Complete thread -- as to be defined malignancy or as-to-be-defined malignancy ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- what's the procedure?
Complete thread -- Equistream tunneled catheter
Complete thread -- The catheter was *cut*.
Complete thread -- The catheter was then introduced into superior vena cava. *Blood* was easily aspirate
Complete thread -- I think it actually might be "use as a carrot"? :)
Complete thread -- Right femoral _______
Complete thread -- Placement of ________ catheter through
Complete thread -- ...using weight reduction Isopure to help her lose weight?
Complete thread -- Going with it. Finally found some documentation. Thank you.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Status post total hip arthroplasty and subsequent periprosthetic
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- We found 29 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word beetroot:
Complete thread -- "Continuous low suction (30 to 40 mm Hg) or intermittent high suction (120 mm Hg) ... The
Complete thread -- beet root capsules or beetroot capsules? I see both
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- intermittent *low wall* suction
Complete thread -- pulse was (slang) palp ?- pulse ?PEA (pulseless electrical activity)
Complete thread -- to set off the term I presume same as caps would do or " " would do
Complete thread -- I know.. I just want to do what I am supposed to LOL! :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd agree with not expanding those too, but if your QA is gonna be persnickety about it...
Complete thread -- I used to only do diagnoses, but then QA dinged me for not expanding DVT and GI (sm)
Complete thread -- agreed - I expand if the lab or test itself is part of the dx
Complete thread -- nice example of exception since it is a diagnosis.
Complete thread -- Most accounts really don't count tests, they are not important to correct coding which
Complete thread -- we don't expand common labs, MRI, etc. where I work
Complete thread -- you should address that question to your supervisor or QA. I would not expand a test.
Complete thread -- UNLESS it is "elevated LFTs" and then I will expand in that case.
Complete thread -- I do not, since they are not a diagnosis but a test
Complete thread -- in standard surgical or standard sterile, but i do hear standard
Complete thread -- question for QA's
Complete thread -- prepped and draped _______ technique.
Complete thread -- thank you all :)
Complete thread -- true, with the roids and discharge, but a guttate rash could be anywhere, right?
Complete thread -- Maybe 2 different headings, skin and rectal.
Complete thread -- sorta almost would fit under "RECTAL"
Complete thread -- I don't get the dashes suggestion.
Complete thread -- I'd use "skin"
Complete thread -- bureaucratic billing/insurance/healthcare industry experience
Complete thread -- which header should I put this under in exam?
Complete thread -- ? descended
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Complete thread -- "new step" not sure if this is a piece of equipment of device?
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- This is the muscle that changes the shape of the lens.
Complete thread -- yep... just got it at same time :)
Complete thread -- nevermind... got it .. ciliary muscle
Complete thread -- ciliary muscle?
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- cannot catch
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- I was thinking dehisced ?
Complete thread -- desiccated? (dried up)
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Complete thread -- Pt with decubitus ulcer sm
Complete thread -- I would leave it as is.
Complete thread -- fits. If the inflammation isn't "flaming red" or "calmed down" (quiet)
Complete thread -- inflammation is quiet ? pls sm
Complete thread -- not sure, but in this case, I might, or dash on each end of sentence
Complete thread -- ?gyrus. sm
Complete thread -- would you cap this or not?? certificate of medical necessity ??
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Complete thread -- genu it is ! Thanks!
Complete thread -- parrot-beak
Complete thread -- Small ____ tear anterior AND Small ____ horn (same ?)
Complete thread -- I think the limb broke when the holy cow jumped on.
Complete thread -- genu?
Complete thread -- hippocampal?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- patient with pilomyxoid astrocytoma
Complete thread -- sounds something like - free percentage of 6?
Complete thread -- something happened with wav but added again
Complete thread -- one of 5.5 and ______ which puts him
Complete thread -- HFA
Complete thread -- no BOS page 57: "Do not, for example, capitalize a ...
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Complete thread -- every-two-week regimen; every-three-month vacation
Complete thread -- every-two-week regimen and every three-month vacation..is this right?
Complete thread -- no it is very clear... it is h.h.s. ...
Complete thread -- listen for: 90 mcg at h.s.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Funny what the proper placement of a period will do! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- removed. Had a normal colonoscopy as mentioned....
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you!!
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- letrozole?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. I am blanking it.
Complete thread -- Sorry - I didn't read the whole message. Disregard my "colonic" mention.
Complete thread -- What about "occult colonic malignancy"?
Complete thread -- Polycystic ovarian syndrome
Complete thread -- No problem. Me either. Lol. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I don't have any other guesses.
Complete thread -- male.. Also sounds like "an acute dungit"
Complete thread -- If female, "a gynecologic malignancy should be excluded"?
Complete thread -- I can't get that. Thanks though. He might be stumbling.
Complete thread -- BoS also shows no hyphen .
Complete thread -- That is my GUESS, not the gospel!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you much!
Complete thread -- mass lesion, unclear etiology. Malignancy should be excluded.
Complete thread -- "sounds like he is saying "pulse was period" but maybe he swallowed the word -" Reaching
Complete thread -- s/l uncleodungit malignancy should be excluded.
Complete thread -- manufacturer's boxes. Only time there is a - is if 3-0 Vicryl or similar
Complete thread -- no -.
Complete thread -- no, I'm not reaching - she mentioned this right under her OP
Complete thread -- hyphen or no hyphen? archives and searches have both
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- I never heard the OP say that.
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- Would you cap rheumatology in this sentence?
Complete thread -- right. I have a cross-sectional picture if you want it.
Complete thread -- No problem. Thanks for your help though.
Complete thread -- I guess I misunderstood your question.
Complete thread -- OK. Ligament of Osborne covers the ulnar nerve....
Complete thread -- Perhaps I am not well-aquainted enough with anatomy. I thought he is talking about the
Complete thread -- Yes. If you look at the defnition (inside) I think you'll agree
Complete thread -- (the way it was posted made it look like a blank, but there was none.)
Complete thread -- say pulsewas outloud, then say pulseless (thrown in a little CPR...)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- ...hourglass narrowing and reactive hyperemia "in"? the ligament of Osborn
Complete thread -- OP had "pulse was"... now how does pulseless get in there. It could be a number of things.
Complete thread -- This is one I'd say however you spell it, it is gonna be okay.
Complete thread -- LOL! :) sounds like a Batman term :)
Complete thread -- hmmm... it is not in my Stedman's Comic Book Words book
Complete thread -- thanks... I used google and got many variations, so was trying to verify
Complete thread -- whammo bammo? (googles pretty good)
Complete thread -- how would you spell whamo-bamo??
Complete thread -- Sheppard Pratt - Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- 14-year-old with autism.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, I see why you want it...Coronary artery disease (item b4)
Complete thread -- As stated, it was in a list of diagnoses.
Complete thread -- thank you so much...I was not hearing that Merck Sharp and Dohme :)
Complete thread -- comma Merck, ...
Complete thread -- OOPS Merck Sharp and Dohme
Complete thread -- Merck and Dohme
Complete thread -- the limb is bending... hang on
Complete thread -- nasonex manufacturers s/l shark and dome ?
Complete thread -- I agree too
Complete thread -- I'm gonna join LB on the limb. She became apneic and pulseless. (period, end of sentence)
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense
Complete thread -- agree with combined meaning systolic and diastolic
Complete thread -- I'm going out on a limb, once again, and gonna say pulseless period. usually fits apneic
Complete thread -- combined, maybe meaning systolic and diastolic CHF
Complete thread -- what do they say before that?
Complete thread -- I didn't post wave - I just thought based on the picture someone might ...
Complete thread -- In list of diagnoses: "combined" congestive heart failure. Cannot document.
Complete thread -- was thready? was absent? was slow? was happy? was jumping for joy?
Complete thread -- if you didn't hear anything, can we?
Complete thread -- maybe he said apneic, pulseless. i can't hear your file, if you posted one.
Complete thread -- Pain injections
Complete thread -- good one!!
Complete thread -- ? generally asymptomatic (I think that's what I hear)
Complete thread -- oooo-that's it
Complete thread -- iridocyclitis
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I'll wager on keratoscleritis.
Complete thread -- I usually use that as a heading and would expand anything under it.
Complete thread -- eye disorder
Complete thread -- If a doctor starts a report with Cause of Death - do you treat that as a
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I had one I always use and I could not make it work today.
Complete thread -- sorry, but I hate your doctor. he is such a mushmouth. I commend you for what you do get
Complete thread -- history of urinary tract infections ________ asymptomatic
Complete thread -- it was Dencorub
Complete thread -- consider Panectyl (Benadryl - for pruritus)
Complete thread -- http://profiles.ehs.state.ma.us/Profiles/Pages/ChooseAPhysician.aspx?Page=5
Complete thread -- Found this - Richard D'Entremont - makes sense, he is pediatrics too
Complete thread -- I found spelled this way but that is psych and I do not believe that to be correct as this
Complete thread -- How do you spell a physician name sounds like detriment? Massachusetts
Complete thread -- pazopanib
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- bladder or bowel
Complete thread -- weakness and she denies _______ dysfunction
Complete thread -- chemo drug s/l...pee-nose-a-bib...sm
Complete thread -- disregard (going with three separate)
Complete thread -- blepharoptsosis repair, pls sm
Complete thread -- called clipped dictating, some mild, localized. A benign prostate
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ty..
Complete thread -- yes - "harken back to" is a phrase.
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you both soo much!
Complete thread -- Yep. Google harken back.
Complete thread -- I heard that too, crackiness ??
Complete thread -- crackiness? crackliness?
Complete thread -- She will often s/l harken back to losses such as "I wish my mother was alive"
Complete thread -- In the removed specimen I could feel a bit of _____ suggesting a tiny bit of glass.
Complete thread -- ? syringotomy (drainage of syrinx)
Complete thread -- Arm was taken through ROM and did not s/l la-route. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you both for the explanation. :)
Complete thread -- sometimes doctors are TOO helpful haha
Complete thread -- sizes of 0
Complete thread -- size 0 (zero) is what it means
Complete thread -- APC in pulse mode? (argon plasma coagulation)
Complete thread -- Gastro
Complete thread -- capital (letter), not couple - capital M, etc. MAC anesthesia, residual AVMs
Complete thread -- Exactech Equinoxe shoulder arthroplasty s/l zero baseplate, s/l zero poly
Complete thread -- She definitely puts a 'p' as the first letter. I thought of Lamictal. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Gastrointestinal Dictations - EGD terms
Complete thread -- Lamictal?
Complete thread -- s/l panictal
Complete thread -- Med help
Complete thread -- stable, nondisplaced
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- and see what this globulin deficiency is consisting of.
Complete thread -- has paraprotein ________ consisting of his potassium
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Is this sentence ok without comma?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- C-ANCA, P-ANCA, blastomyces...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- can't think of anything but myringotomy that relates to the ears.
Complete thread -- virtual?
Complete thread -- s/l reversal colonoscopy
Complete thread -- ENT question sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- #1 "he dribbles a little", #3 "at all since". Can't quite get #2, and #4 is cut off.
Complete thread -- no change medically since I saw him last. Fourth cut off.
Complete thread -- ok, that is what I heard
Complete thread -- ridiculous!!!! multiple ?s
Complete thread -- benign
Complete thread -- He had a TURBT for _______ disease and eventually had
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- thanks both of you
Complete thread -- I accidentally hit enter too soon. It's not capped.
Complete thread -- ? Anti-citrullinated protein antibodies (ACPA)
Complete thread -- sounds like Toluene to me.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- bending forward
Complete thread -- Prolonged standing, walking, laying down, bending___evening hours increases symptoms
Complete thread -- apposition-wound edges were in good apposition and sutured sm
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Motrin or Advil. _____ gave him and spoke
Complete thread -- wav starts right on blank, so it's hard to get the beginning, but...
Complete thread -- HIV might not be there either.
Complete thread -- His urine is __ for GC, Chlamydia, and HIV, ??
Complete thread -- Never mind. It is toe. I looked for it but had too much copied to verify toe
Complete thread -- generally area. He _____ all of which were negative.
Complete thread -- wav file.
Complete thread -- I'm sticking with apposing. Depending on how you phrase
Complete thread -- he means "dint" - it is a word. Type it into OneLook box above for definition.
Complete thread -- This word is always giving me trouble.
Complete thread -- I'll feel stupid if that is it, but I bet it is. Thank you.
Complete thread -- he spells D-I-N-T - what does he mean?
Complete thread -- Augmentin?
Complete thread -- Patient with fistula and an umbilical infection.
Complete thread -- what was the s/l?
Complete thread -- Nevermind I got it!
Complete thread -- This is a physical exam on a pt with back pain. Please see message. Thanks!
Complete thread -- c-ANCA and p-ANCA?? ("PA and CA"=p-ANCA?)
Complete thread -- thanks for the help. Think I will post again in the morning with a sound file.
Complete thread -- yep, had just decided to go with that, thanks.
Complete thread -- Our patented Via-Guard® suction tips provide high-quality, clog-free and dual-action Poole
Complete thread -- opinions on "pool tip" vs. "Poole tip" suction?
Complete thread -- he says "a n a *pause* ca *pause* c a p a (saying the characters for all)
Complete thread -- Does he say CAPA or is what you put a sounds like CAPA? There ...
Complete thread -- ceretec scan must be it THANK YOU!!!! ...
Complete thread -- C-reactive protein? CT-guided CAT scan? Ceretec scan?
Complete thread -- Infectious disease
Complete thread -- no problem, wasn't rude.
Complete thread -- Okay. I will go with 'sheath.' Thank so much to you both!!
Complete thread -- Oh man!
Complete thread -- LOL! I hear sheet.
Complete thread -- Poi, I am sorry. I didn't mean that to sound rude.
Complete thread -- I hear sheath.
Complete thread -- WAV posted. I hear 'sheet'. Need input though, please
Complete thread -- okay, was just my suggestion.
Complete thread -- It sounds more like 'sheet'. Therefore I am uncertain. Thanks, Oasis. Will post WAV
Complete thread -- Just s/l "with"
Complete thread -- Well, there are some reputable references to sheet.
Complete thread -- Google has both, but more hits for sheath.
Complete thread -- sheath
Complete thread -- aponeurotic sheet or sheath? See complete sentence
Complete thread -- At this point, would recommend ANA, CA, and CAPA, and CA blastomyces antibodies.
Complete thread -- inflammatory... Sigh
Complete thread -- 2.8-cm cystiic lesion with s/l some turic changes, most likely
Complete thread -- moving on. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- Credes ? Crede maneuver. to help w/urination
Complete thread -- Credé's maneuver
Complete thread -- s/l crudates??
Complete thread -- This is a PFT report
Complete thread -- PEG polyethylene glycol is one of the vapors used in some E-cigarettes.
Complete thread -- long ugly snorts make me gag!
Complete thread -- yes!
Complete thread -- wow!
Complete thread -- oooo..I had one that they swore had narcolepsy. he'd fall asleep on nearyly EVERY
Complete thread -- ewwww....and chewing - that's right up there too!
Complete thread -- agree - s/l peg but prolly patch... and my quitting time too - g'night
Complete thread -- does sound like pad but patch makes better sense.
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks. My quitting time!
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying patch. Patch makes sense.
Complete thread -- I sent a WAV -
Complete thread -- sounds like peg. Guy is in for chest pressure.
Complete thread -- my pet peeve is a large rude disgusting belch in my ear, and no apology
Complete thread -- aw, shucks...
Complete thread -- My gosh, you are good at this! I was just coming to say he had ear surgery.
Complete thread -- external auditory canal
Complete thread -- I've got a neurosurgeon who can't get through a 1-min report w/o yawning at least once...
Complete thread -- wav file, Not sure if it relates but they removed his eye.
Complete thread -- ... yes! you are right! she is written for :) Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- that's what it sounds like to me too, 'she is written for'
Complete thread -- I know... the least they could do is apologize and repeat =/
Complete thread -- she is written for (I think)... and grrrrrr - I can't stand yawners!
Complete thread -- doctor yawns... cannot catch
Complete thread -- oh I like that...hope OP sees it. (good clue was the use of both)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- I googled images... and it appears that everyone uses it that way, but none of it is trad
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- benign prostatic hypertrophy
Complete thread -- okay, just looked on that site and it has it has Flax Seed Oil as well =/
Complete thread -- secondary to _____ hypertrophy.
Complete thread -- that'd be a slurring of letters, but nothing like the s/l... anyway it was
Complete thread -- rxlist.com
Complete thread -- can I ask which site you use then? I have always trusted in drugs.com
Complete thread -- I see way more on perifoveal. see msg
Complete thread -- examined both in standing and lying position?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- only see parafoveal in 1 dictionary.
Complete thread -- one reason I never use drugs.com.
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- Medicine dictionaries Medicine (5 matching dictionaries)
Complete thread -- drugs.com has it as Flax Seed Oil so that is why I asked on that one
Complete thread -- Periods and commas always go inside quotation marks, even inside single quotes.
Complete thread -- no caps for sure
Complete thread -- Period inside or outside quote?
Complete thread -- standing wide?
Complete thread -- He continues to have parafoveal telangiectasia (or perifoveal)?
Complete thread -- and testicles were
Complete thread -- Both scrotum____ examined in the standing wise position
Complete thread -- is it flaxseed oil or Flax Seed Oil? many variations in archives, google, drugs.com
Complete thread -- I would therefore opt (no comma)
Complete thread -- I would,
Complete thread -- correct comma placement?
Complete thread -- mild localized what?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- guess slurring some mild, "localized", and a benign
Complete thread -- orchalgia maybe
Complete thread -- mild s/l olcalzia
Complete thread -- wonder if means "pathognomonic"characteristic or diagnostic of a specific disease
Complete thread -- feet is preferred over the symbol. 6 feet tall
Complete thread -- yes, (bone) marrow lesions sm
Complete thread -- Ya, it's kind of fuddled.
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't finish. Perhaps he meant to back up over the and
Complete thread -- I think might have stumbled/restarting might delete "and came down",
Complete thread -- don't like the "and came down"..what would that be.
Complete thread -- marrow changes is also an option to listen for
Complete thread -- same way you do abdomen, inject air to separate the organs for better smi
Complete thread -- Does last sentence read ok?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you can angioplasty a fistula. No, google is not just an index. look up terms
Complete thread -- Mine does not really say so I guess either is correct?
Complete thread -- calculated to be
Complete thread -- Depends on account. Mine want 6 feet.
Complete thread -- Should be 6 feet tall or 6' tall?
Complete thread -- Ty! I appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- and dealing in the parts area of the boat yard?
Complete thread -- how I would punctuate (agree of marrow lesions)
Complete thread -- He works in a boat yard ____ in a boat yard.
Complete thread -- MRI of the lumbar spine for a patient with chronic low back pain
Complete thread -- Perfect, thanks.
Complete thread -- Hawkins is how Stedmans has it.
Complete thread -- Negative Hawkins/Hawkin's/Hawkins' test?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- to be or not to be... to a or today... those are the questions
Complete thread -- s/l to a to me. to a PSA ?
Complete thread -- or omit the 'to' -
Complete thread -- calculated PSA... but after that is it "to be" or "today"? poi?
Complete thread -- 63.5 mL, calculated to PSA...
Complete thread -- to be 63.5 mL and _______ PSA to be 0.07
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ha! for once!
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- agree - poi beat me to it
Complete thread -- History of CA of the
Complete thread -- Not DSL. Mine seems to change randomly though, since they disconnected & reconnected me
Complete thread -- thanks... thought so too but wasn't sure if I was missing something
Complete thread -- got it. sorry!
Complete thread -- Impression: ______ prostate with no areas
Complete thread -- 2/2/06 was gonna be my guess also. I have one doc who dictates dates one number at a time
Complete thread -- That is it. TY
Complete thread -- February 2, 2006?
Complete thread -- hasta, bonzo/kclpaj. Thanks for telling us about your new name!
Complete thread -- oh, duh ... (LB). bedtime for bonzo here. hasta, day crew.
Complete thread -- cancer N0, had a radical prostatectomy at *2 2 0 6* and has done great
Complete thread -- how did you figure out the former random moniker?
Complete thread -- are you on DSL? mine changed constantly when I had DSL.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- man! I was just getting used to you being blpogh.
Complete thread -- Mine changed too, and my internet hasn't been down. (LB)
Complete thread -- Viibryd (for depression) (also fits with Pristiq too)
Complete thread -- Med help - patient seen for carpal tunnel syndrome
Complete thread -- correct. Patient is female, and it does start with her father
Complete thread -- the patient's. He always gives a number to how many brothers, sisters, and children
Complete thread -- it looks like the pt is a female. The history starts out talking about her father.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- choppy but perfectly fine. Those are sentences. But I am confused by the
Complete thread -- formerly b h p c a k, by the way (Internet went down, and now I apparently have a new IP).
Complete thread -- AutoHotKey is one (won't work in EditScript, though, in case you might ever go to that).
Complete thread -- Needing to know if periods are what I should be using, or something else.
Complete thread -- Does OneNote do that? Not familiar with what it does.
Complete thread -- I mean something where you can record macros
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- peau d'orange
Complete thread -- peau d'orange
Complete thread -- InstantText and ShortHand are very popular.
Complete thread -- s/l toe duh rog change
Complete thread -- Productivity help
Complete thread -- *Pneumonic* problems include psoriasis, prepatellar bursitis, left knee pain, l
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- Bone marrow expedites knee-replacement healing? | abc7.com
Complete thread -- So I am hearing 'spun down' correctly, you think? :)
Complete thread -- "sample of bone marrow is removed and then spun down in a centrifuge..."
Complete thread -- Knee ACP injection as well as s/l spun down marrow injection, primarily medial compar
Complete thread -- thank you so much! It was just in time.
Complete thread -- he's saying skin graft
Complete thread -- Have to move on, have a stat coming up.
Complete thread -- with regard, there should be no s even though they say it.. totally different thing
Complete thread -- Reads nicely to me.
Complete thread -- oops - meant to blank stringer which is what it sort of sounded like
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Glad I waited. Vertical did not make sense. So new to the
Complete thread -- Vicryl
Complete thread -- I think she is saying vertical
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- tendon sheath patterns in hand using air insufflation techniques
Complete thread -- I think a lot of production has to do with wrong software counts. sm
Complete thread -- just might be oral albuteral "abuterol into the airways of children with acute RSV ).sm..
Complete thread -- I thought it was certainly. Thanks so much - certainly or extending less likely
Complete thread -- bifurcation, "certainly" from the right
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- agree if used to dictator and it is clear nm
Complete thread -- especially after she plays the organ at church nm
Complete thread -- wrong MP3 - may be long tract signs?
Complete thread -- There is nothing to suggest multiple sclerosis and nothing to explain ...
Complete thread -- this wave posted at 03:08:24. r u still waiting for the reply? cause i ...
Complete thread -- fair amount of lower back pain and left leg pain, especially after she plays ____.
Complete thread -- Possibly. I'm not too familiar with him…Thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- ? hypothyroidism
Complete thread -- ESL doctor and not catching one word. Not much surrounding text to help.
Complete thread -- aww, well, I hope it does help. Try Dragon. It's about 80 dollars now ...
Complete thread -- I think you're right. When you can't get what you used to get in half the time, something
Complete thread -- wow, you sound like me. I think line counters are wrong/we getting ripped off
Complete thread -- I used to do 2000 lines easily. Now I can't even get the minimum required by my job, which
Complete thread -- I think for one thing we all need to demand more pay per line
Complete thread -- I hear ya, I have just now developed carpal tunnel after bragging
Complete thread -- could be signs and symptoms, but I agree with blpogh
Complete thread -- those "twist tongules" (as my brother used to say when he was over-imbibed) will getcha
Complete thread -- Not sure on that one. I know when they "want" you to expand, you should, BUT our rules
Complete thread -- Geeze, the first 2 times she got this answer weren't enough?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- 20/125+ if not followed by another number 20/125 +2 or for ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- verbatim, parentheses were dictated.
Complete thread -- numbness/tingling?
Complete thread -- Could be upper trapezius ...
Complete thread -- yes. but why parentheses in the first place???
Complete thread -- We changed her dosing to b.i.d. (versus t.i.d.) Another period after bracket here?
Complete thread -- This is from written text, sorry, and wrote N/T. thanks!
Complete thread -- No, this is from a written note . Just wrote N/T. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ?? AD (anterior deltiod)
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Another one (sorry). Physical therapy: "S/S"...see inside:
Complete thread -- agree "he upper trapezius (UT), lower trapezius (LT), and serratus anterior (SA) of subje
Complete thread -- Possibly..thank you!
Complete thread -- She is repeating the drug later in the report and still says it the sa ...
Complete thread -- UT - upper trapezius?
Complete thread -- is he saying the slash? N slash T?
Complete thread -- Here it is:
Complete thread -- oral albuterol???
Complete thread -- What is the exact sentence it is used in?
Complete thread -- talk to your account manager. Some are actually very nice and may switch you to a
Complete thread -- Physical therapy report...doc refers to "UT firing" when discussion neck area. Help!
Complete thread -- Physical therapy report, doc keeps referring to N/T (not nontender), example:
Complete thread -- I have recently started a new account 3 weeks ago and am making
Complete thread -- Ok thanks.
Complete thread -- 1 m/o treated for RSV with s/l oral pure all TIA
Complete thread -- I'm not much help because my production has actually gone way down over the years. I
Complete thread -- that is not what cephalization means
Complete thread -- I have almost 30 years in this field... Practice, practice, pra ...
Complete thread -- I think the 0 and 20 are "degree" views ?
Complete thread -- Yes...Kind of...:) 0 and 20 indicates degree of angulation obta ...
Complete thread -- you are right
Complete thread -- that's a good point
Complete thread -- how do you insufflate a tendon sheath?
Complete thread -- totally agree about the flag
Complete thread -- production and quality go hand-in-hand with experience and...shortcuts, shortcuts,
Complete thread -- Does this make sense. Doc changes mind all time....
Complete thread -- (you're right, I didn't hear the wav)
Complete thread -- Find the right fit and this is something different to everyone. For m ...
Complete thread -- Need some advice
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- circumcision, I just came back to say he repeats it next sentence (U/box)
Complete thread -- Where is he suturing? I found evidence for horizontal U (box) stitch.
Complete thread -- it's insufflation.
Complete thread -- Suturing, dr. says using a "U box" stitch. Are these 2 separate styles & he is
Complete thread -- yea, thats why i said below "maybe, big maybe" but I have heard it used like that before..
Complete thread -- Did you even read what cephalization is?
Complete thread -- maybe... big maybe
Complete thread -- I'm going on a limb here & guessing cephalization. Google cephalization injection...I
Complete thread -- S/L sufflation
Complete thread -- OMG, ok. I really need coffee. 125... of course. ty
Complete thread -- write it....not right. darn sound-alikes!
Complete thread -- 20/125 plus or 20/125+ is how I'd right it. 20 is the starting number - I've never heard
Complete thread -- Thank you. You got the correct spelling too!
Complete thread -- totally disagree
Complete thread -- hi all. I need ophthalmology help, see message for sentence plz
Complete thread -- ChloraPrep (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- buttock was prepped with "cora prep"??
Complete thread -- Thanks much!
Complete thread -- must not have heard the wav
Complete thread -- lysozyme
Complete thread -- s/l * LICE - uh - zahn ** levels
Complete thread -- Gastrointestinal Dictations
Complete thread -- hereditary cirrhosis?
Complete thread -- I think ~serabine is "serum iron" and it'd be mcmol/L (micromoles per liter)
Complete thread -- Gastrointestinal Dictations - Please help
Complete thread -- Gastrointestinal Dictations
Complete thread -- I don't have a clue. It is really hard to get when the s/l right at the start
Complete thread -- ty for last one
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- unless can determine if kidney or cardiac,, no way to be sure, but AVF
Complete thread -- Med list - tamsulosin, irbesartan _____ recall/recalled.
Complete thread -- I would also use a colon after fractures to introduce the list of fractures.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would not put the comma after hip but after hospital, if you're trying to delineate
Complete thread -- Because my years of experience says that is the best thing to do for the patient.
Complete thread -- Is this correct for punctuation?
Complete thread -- well at least we both heard the same thing...
Complete thread -- water circulating pump shoulder arthrosis is what I hear
Complete thread -- water circulating pump shoulder arthrosis
Complete thread -- appropriate but for previous underlying problem, i.e., 1/13/14 for ________.
Complete thread -- appropriate but for previous underlying problem, i.e., 1/13/14 for ________.
Complete thread -- you can find lots of hits for anything
Complete thread -- ...and abiding (unchanging) would be the opposite of abating.
Complete thread -- abating (no cap for gabapentin)
Complete thread -- Abating sounds very similar and would be more correct.
Complete thread -- angioplasty is only performed on blood vessels
Complete thread -- I agree with Oasis.
Complete thread -- why?
Complete thread -- Pt on Gabapentin which is abiding her hot flashes. (clearly abiding - make sense?)
Complete thread -- HLA-B27
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: He has a history of high blood pressure, thyroid ...
Complete thread -- Could it be ABF (aortobifemoral [bypass]) per Stedmans Abbreviation Word Book
Complete thread -- well, I did find a lot of hits with googling angioplasty fistula, though. SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- probably not this as it would be a complication of
Complete thread -- I bet ESL, he is messing up the vessel angioplastied. I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- yah, I don't believe you can angioplasty a fistula.
Complete thread -- aortoduodenal fistula (ADF)
Complete thread -- eh...but not so sure on the angioplasty part.
Complete thread -- could also be thrombectomy of AV fistula (AVF)
Complete thread -- I do find extended deep femoral angioplasty (which would be EDF) not ADF =/
Complete thread -- broad (wide based coverage) -because of pregnancy they want to be specific
Complete thread -- unfortunately that was all that was dictated on it in PMH/PSH
Complete thread -- I blame myself not making sure both expansions were in IT. I use CVA for both because
Complete thread -- I kinda hear that too, but no idea. Do you know where the thrombectomy was?
Complete thread -- want to make sure I am hearing correctly. ADF? what does that expand to if correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was how I read it. Our account uses the last comma in a series so I had to
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- you have both an upper pole calyx and a lower pole calyx, so I would not
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- sorry you didn't catch it, but don't blame the expansion
Complete thread -- Me neither, but there are some decent hits googling for such...If you clearly
Complete thread -- would you put a comma after lower pole? I think it is lower pole calyceal system
Complete thread -- s/l tribune (must be trigone, but pls sm)
Complete thread -- wanted to make sure I have PEEP expanded correctly here in this context
Complete thread -- I recently started using Instant Text and did not catch it only had the 1 expansion :(
Complete thread -- oh no! :( I just sent this too :( stupid expansion was wrong one :(
Complete thread -- ^^^ please note
Complete thread -- CVA tenderness is costovertebral angle in this context!
Complete thread -- agree with amphetamine (re: metabolites on urine toxicology)
Complete thread -- Yes, there are many, but I'd say that most docs mean pyelonephritis, especially in the con
Complete thread -- there are many pyelo's... including such as pyelocystitis ??
Complete thread -- pyelonephritis. which other do you think?
Complete thread -- thanks, will remember that one.
Complete thread -- ?? offensity? Could it be: the nature of her propensity
Complete thread -- doc just says pyelo... unsure which pyelo to type
Complete thread -- well-healed bikini scar AS WELL, without inguinal.....
Complete thread -- ? Avamax
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- There is no quadriceps or gluteal s/l substitution on gait analysis. TIA!
Complete thread -- oh shoot, my error, disregard the post on SMX, not totally awake I guess
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- may be zeroing in a "stimulant drug" sm
Complete thread -- SMZ has 2/3 of the same letters but doesn't sound at all like SMX...
Complete thread -- see link, but still this is a guess and you should flag.
Complete thread -- It is aussie
Complete thread -- s/l katie might ne keloid scar? (tho not like your s/l)
Complete thread -- but the dosage would not be 20 mg. I wonder if this is an aussie account?
Complete thread -- this was a copy/paste yu did not state TMP so just delete it
Complete thread -- Agree, this is more of an account preference (verbatim) to not change clipped sentences.
Complete thread -- SMZ-TMP= sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim (antibiotic)
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- flag it, any allergy, just flag it.
Complete thread -- Imuran is capitalized. Hate to guess on meds, I'd flag 'em.
Complete thread -- Patient allergic to s/l ebay nifimi.
Complete thread -- Please SM
Complete thread -- maybe brute?
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- without being s/l broat on that, ...
Complete thread -- Depends on accounts. I have some that state in the acct info to add it, but
Complete thread -- s/l "but katie scars well. ? See msg for context. Entire Physical Exam..
Complete thread -- Question:Is it necessary/accurate grammar to add "the" before the word patient?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- There is something called the lymphatic basin. Not sure it fits but see definition below.
Complete thread -- Doctor dictates only a partial report.
Complete thread -- ...see quote.
Complete thread -- yes, that's just the first quote I came up with in a search.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I still think the doctor is mistakenly saying
Complete thread -- "Concerta is neither an amphetamine or a methamphetamine. This drug is classified" ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wrongdoing.
Complete thread -- Urine was also collected which showed methadone which is not being pre ...
Complete thread -- Concerta is an ___ nad will probably appear in his urine toxicology test
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We often say "oh" instead of "zero"
Complete thread -- ok. thanks. will write zero instead of O. though he is saying O. ...
Complete thread -- I favor: presentation, signs and symptoms
Complete thread -- They are all numbers.
Complete thread -- The CPT codes for the procedure are 19350-50 for the bilateral nipple ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Okay as is.
Complete thread -- I would say "presentation signs and symptoms..."
Complete thread -- presentation signs and symptoms or presentation, signs, and symtpoms
Complete thread -- Should this be one or two sentences or ok as is?
Complete thread -- that's the name of the head covering, I'm not just mumbling, lol
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I'd do it like so:
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- located on google search and archives
Complete thread -- Yup, semicolons after each MD.
Complete thread -- I would do as head/neck myself
Complete thread -- Can I use commas here or do I have to use semicolons?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- head/neck or head-neck?
Complete thread -- post mold splint?? correct
Complete thread -- Gabriel Theodore Tatarian, D.O. sm
Complete thread -- but he is in PA, not NJ Dr. Gabriel Tatarian MD is Neurologist in Philadelphia, PA
Complete thread -- fibrocollagenous
Complete thread -- Gabriel T. Tatarian
Complete thread -- s/l Gabriel Pyterian, DO, or Gabriel Tyterian, DO, in New Jersey.
Complete thread -- Breast biopsy
Complete thread -- trigger joint injection
Complete thread -- oh. Thanks so much. I appreciate that
Complete thread -- it means they did a trigger 2 times IOW - in other words.
Complete thread -- what does it mean times two? (also what does IOW stand for?)
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- x2 was ... notable muscle jump (trigger is not plural trigger was done x2 IOW)
Complete thread -- notable muscle jumps
Complete thread -- deep trigger times two were done into the muscle with _____, with a total volume of 1
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- moving on...thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- starts to say "with..." then changes to "for evaluation of"
Complete thread -- brought to the ER with ____ of his ecchymosis on his thoracic and lumbar areas
Complete thread -- hijab
Complete thread -- HEENT: Normocephalic. She is wearing ___ which was not removed. No s ...
Complete thread -- that's what I hear, too
Complete thread -- cauterize something if there is a...
Complete thread -- agree with undergone
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure, but please verify "had undergone" in the sentence inside (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- clots out, cauterize ______ there is a little polyp or growth.
Complete thread -- Edex
Complete thread -- Edex
Complete thread -- requires the injection ______ for his erections
Complete thread -- "Brooks suture"??? This is an ortho doc, saying the skin was closed s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- found Caverject for injection?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- requires the injection technique *Eject* for his erections
Complete thread -- yep, that would fit. Glad you figured it out!
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying - can't hear that though
Complete thread -- I think it's Connective Tissue Clinic. Wouldn't have got that without your help
Complete thread -- She has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
Complete thread -- I hear "tissue" clinic -- what is she being evaluated for?
Complete thread -- maybe this-- The Metabolism Clinic (including the Lysosomal Center)
Complete thread -- She has been evaluated in the Metabolism Clinic _____ Clinic
Complete thread -- I do believe it's seeded
Complete thread -- Yeah, I was thinking on the lines of a seated prosthesis...never mind
Complete thread -- watered down juice was not the questions. It was the 12% that was being questioned.
Complete thread -- ...wait on that!
Complete thread -- seated
Complete thread -- He had a s/l seeded hemarthrosis and is improving on Keflex.
Complete thread -- E. coli (not capitalized Coli)
Complete thread -- I figured it, out, sorry, "exclude peptic ulcer disease " thank you!
Complete thread -- I have organised a repeat gastroscopy to ____ and will keep you informed of her progr
Complete thread -- Makes sense. TY
Complete thread -- Catheter specimens of urine (CSU)
Complete thread -- I found CSU= catheter specimen of urine -- that would fit.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! :)
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- thank you for trying... Will flag.
Complete thread -- well, small not large.
Complete thread -- no, try large hyaline fovea?
Complete thread -- my wish?
Complete thread -- high line of fovea ?
Complete thread -- arranged _____ (arranged something)
Complete thread -- Dr. Mark Gottron 905 Spruce St. Irwin PA 15237
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ditto. it's 2 different planes/axes. not like "inferior-superior" or "anterior-posterior"
Complete thread -- hence I ____ for a booked admission for next week but if we do not hear any further,
Complete thread -- as other helper suggest L-shaped strut graft sm
Complete thread -- I dont see anything that s/l that in the doc lookup link (above).
Complete thread -- not just in California. It is a big chain.
Complete thread -- CVS in California= CVS pharmacy
Complete thread -- maybe is slurring. The word "synoptic" means "with the same eye" or "seeing together.
Complete thread -- PCP Dr. Mark s/l Grattin in Pennsylvania. Ty. (I found Grattan but in Hawaii.)
Complete thread -- Here is one page from google on watered down juice (can't do copy link ??)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I just do: inferior posterior
Complete thread -- Got it--It is fibrinous exudate. ...
Complete thread -- It sounds like "rubinous exudate." ...
Complete thread -- rubor and exudate?
Complete thread -- I've never heard of Rubino's exudate and Google has nothing that I see.
Complete thread -- inferior-posterior or inferior, posterior?
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like anosynoptic
Complete thread -- Yes, I did. It made sense. A company that makes senna. My account is new
Complete thread -- but did you google "CVS Senna" ? (that's what it is)
Complete thread -- I flagged it because I had another blank towards the end.
Complete thread -- I thought I did too.
Complete thread -- I sorta hear CVS ??
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks
Complete thread -- ahh
Complete thread -- wav file. I have one thought but it seems odd.
Complete thread -- nothing to suggest colic
Complete thread -- back pain but _____ colic and he has
Complete thread -- Got it. IT is *AUA* score sheet.
Complete thread -- Aw, should have had that, thought he said some protocol.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It should be there now.
Complete thread -- stone protocol
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Do you hear renal colic or biliary colic
Complete thread -- YES! TY
Complete thread -- He has chronic back pain but not any *stress* colic and he has a dime-sized stone cau
Complete thread -- This product is a combination of B vitamins used to treat or prevent vitamin deficiency.
Complete thread -- Folbee Plus?
Complete thread -- AMTS? (abbreviated mental status score)
Complete thread -- *flo b plus* ?? given in med list . . . .
Complete thread -- Please SM
Complete thread -- Nope, no MP3 there.
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- The only thing I can think of is single but that makes no sense really.
Complete thread -- Not - not getting a file.
Complete thread -- Trendelenburg Sign (March Test)
Complete thread -- I am getting an MP3 file.
Complete thread -- Is he trying to say felodipine?
Complete thread -- Proscar once a day. _________ score sheet and a flow rate
Complete thread -- . He takes ________ labetalol he takes for his blood pressur
Complete thread -- after a tree limb fell on him striking his back
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic low back pain.
Complete thread -- in Labs: *singo* series 69, 128, and 103. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- He is currently on disability, but he otherwise works as an actor director.
Complete thread -- He reports that this began in 1982 after a ____fell on him, striking his back.
Complete thread -- got it, "black" sponge
Complete thread -- is "back sponge" correct?
Complete thread -- nothing there. Not lots, not little, nada, zilcho, zip.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- of 5 degrees.
Complete thread -- There is left axis deviation _____.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- L-shaped
Complete thread -- spreader grafts, columellar strut graft, and S/L L BRACE strut graft??
Complete thread -- hmm, don't know why didn't get it up on google "12% watered down juice" LOTS there
Complete thread -- thanks - caught that
Complete thread -- idea of leaving
Complete thread -- this is where I found it - 140 Bergen Street
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks - not sure either
Complete thread -- Got it - IAC
Complete thread -- As you know, we performed a subtotal with the idea leaving the ____ component
Complete thread -- anything is possible... Look out your window. Do ya see me?? =)
Complete thread -- Medrol is a steroid. Not sure if they say generic prednisone if it would be dose pack or
Complete thread -- Eisenhower?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l irvintower or ivinhower middle school in nj
Complete thread -- Dosepak has a trademark. I usually hear it with Medrol, but perhaps it's used otherwise
Complete thread -- started her on a steroid dose pack. Is that how it's transcribed? Or is it Dosepak?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would think we were neighbors except I'm not vegan and my toddler is a
Complete thread -- I have him at 30 Bergen -- lots of doctors there.
Complete thread -- Alexander Stoler, MD, 140 Bergen St, Newark, NJ 07103
Complete thread -- dr stroba 140 bergen street nj
Complete thread -- My neighbor is vegan and feeds her 2-yo that stuff, and she absolutely loves it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'm no fan of hummus, but I have a toddler who practically lives on the stuff.
Complete thread -- Okay, that is it! I never have heard of half this food before this job!
Complete thread -- Maybe hummus? I know some people who eat pretzels with it
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- this is a nutrition consult. It sounds like pretzels on/or homints or hominis
Complete thread -- Latina actually.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 26-year-old ___ woman
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I got 0 too...
Complete thread -- GU/GYN: Some...
Complete thread -- Says GU slash GYN: Some vaginal bleeding
Complete thread -- Respiratory: Negative. Cardiovascular: Negative. Gastrointestina ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- certainly warrants a workup
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- slow weight velocity, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, and alopecia _____ warrants a workup
Complete thread -- Could mean a product containing 12% of juice when reconstituted.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but googling it got 0 hits?
Complete thread -- google.com your phrase,12% watered down juice make. it's there
Complete thread -- I actually hear chicken, pasta, and vegetables.
Complete thread -- dinner pasta and vegetables, snacks include...
Complete thread -- Does 12% watered down juice make sense?
Complete thread -- apples, cookies, ____ pasta, and vegetables
Complete thread -- very interesting reading this
Complete thread -- sharing a new abbre op term SCIP protocol sm
Complete thread -- I had one regarding "peoples." YW!
Complete thread -- TY Oasis. I am having a brain fart right now
Complete thread -- People's is still correct, however.
Complete thread -- Oh my goodness, that is incorrect. There is such a word, of course.
Complete thread -- No such word as peoples to make possessive.
Complete thread -- people's
Complete thread -- Forgetting peoples' or people's names? Drawing a blank here
Complete thread -- He (is able to...stumbles...) can at least do word and number...
Complete thread -- agree with this
Complete thread -- Thanks, I should have thought of that. LOL
Complete thread -- "He continues to do word. . ." is my guess. He changed his mind and
Complete thread -- communicate? Not likely.
Complete thread -- yes, i think artificial disc placement
Complete thread -- or maybe just artificial disc placement, not sure
Complete thread -- on 2nd thought, artificial disc replacement
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tried, no clue
Complete thread -- He and his wife deny any memory or personality changes. He is able to ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I discussed the risks, benefits, and alternatives to conservative trea ...
Complete thread -- magnification?
Complete thread -- sent on with a blank. thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- MP3. opinions appreciated on platelet count
Complete thread -- The parietal sutures were removed. They were inspected under _____ __ ...
Complete thread -- try here under Phonetic Search exactly as you have it, and
Complete thread -- ...he was on s/l OCTOmorphine 90 mg a day... thanks ...
Complete thread -- MP3 deleted (multiple other blanks in this whole document due to poor audio anyway).
Complete thread -- thanks. I'll leave it up for a little while longer for others, but I think it may be
Complete thread -- sorry, I listened several times and can't get it.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, patient with wrist pain.
Complete thread -- click on it and it will tell you.
Complete thread -- At the Onelook link above, what does "warning" mean?
Complete thread -- another sentence
Complete thread -- and muscularis mucosa, heard it as soon as I posted.
Complete thread -- Thanks, couldn't get a D sound though (I tried).
Complete thread -- ESL lamina propria s/l and was clear eshmakils.
Complete thread -- or, D3 (bones)
Complete thread -- DI may be diabetes insipidus. pituitary gland may produce a condition known as diabetes in
Complete thread -- Thanks - OP, not outpatient
Complete thread -- I'll go along with that. He is an ESL, so when I listened I could make that out.
Complete thread -- vitamin B3?
Complete thread -- s/l P3 deficiency
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- last report of the day, unable to catch
Complete thread -- If no specs, it is correct as is.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Unfortunately, we aren't given acct specifics in most cases, so it's pretty much
Complete thread -- depends on your acct specifics. mine are all different.
Complete thread -- She was admitted on or around the 24th of January of this year. Change to January 24?
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me, he would "have" a DI even if it was low or zero.
Complete thread -- Desaturation events per hour of recording time (desaturation index: DI)/nm
Complete thread -- In ICU w/stroke, pituitary bleed. Impression, no evidence of "DI" /nm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- check out: rhodiola drops
Complete thread -- just states prn
Complete thread -- doc says under med list "radiola drops"... do you think he means Ricola drops?
Complete thread -- nice link to share, just in case ya know somebody who is looking for a life goal, like sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- well, it could be trace/2 if they're doing right and left.
Complete thread -- or maybe mainstay treatment
Complete thread -- maintenance stage
Complete thread -- Flag
Complete thread -- ...opioids :)
Complete thread -- maybe long-term pain (stumbling) treatment with opiods?
Complete thread -- would you just leave as dictated or flag?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Sm I would do like this
Complete thread -- Loyola Marymount.
Complete thread -- See link for list of film schools in USA.
Complete thread -- What area is the hospital you are transcribing for?
Complete thread -- Does this context sound appropriate:
Complete thread -- The patient requires a total hip replacement; however,
Complete thread -- Thanks for that. I had never heard it that way before.
Complete thread -- addendem - here is your source from google. sm
Complete thread -- sure, I've heard it, just means just barely made the 2 range, sm
Complete thread -- Reflexes: *"Trace of 2*." Never heard this statement before?
Complete thread -- of such a procedure??
Complete thread -- (he/she) understood the for first blank
Complete thread -- I discussed the risks, benefits, and rehabilitation associated with me ...
Complete thread -- yw. ah, I hear that now, was wondering why I didn't hear "recurrent." he's so fast.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. he says "postop diagnosis same". ...
Complete thread -- carpal boss? (I'm hearing "postoperative" diagnosis, not preop)
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: Recurrent ganglion cyst and slight ____. ...
Complete thread -- Help with comma placement please
Complete thread -- TIA is the most liekly guess. Got any context?
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- Nothing for PIAA, TIAA, but found DIAA (Drug-Induced-Aplastic Anemia)
Complete thread -- I can't find, never heard of, TIAA
Complete thread -- doctor dictated under PMH that patient has a hx of a TIAA... never heard of a second
Complete thread -- I'm amazed I found this. Mahurkar. Thanks.
Complete thread -- So the cardiologist is a cardiothoracic surgeon. I'm thinking it's a type of
Complete thread -- I think QA was wrong. Agree with
Complete thread -- s/l mahoka
Complete thread -- flagged.
Complete thread -- wasnt sure if something followed
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- nevermind, ignore
Complete thread -- unsure about #4... seems like it is not right.. cant catch it
Complete thread -- I am needing to verify this, because it doesn't seem right to me
Complete thread -- Pulmonary hypertension, asthma, ASD. No coronary artery disease, _____________.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ticagrelor belongs to the group of medications called platelet aggregation inhibitors ...
Complete thread -- s/l tri-cag-ular 90 mg b.i.d.
Complete thread -- amazing! I was trying too hard! Thank you. :)
Complete thread -- Got it. Dobbhoff feeding tube. Happy V-Day, all. nm
Complete thread -- sea fans (just learned this the other day on this board)
Complete thread -- I WISH it was as easy as defects! lol s/l sea-fanz
Complete thread -- The (s/l) gah-pah feeding tube was then prepared by placing/sm
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. It's an EGD procedure and inserting feeding tube. Can't find "name"/nm
Complete thread -- defects??
Complete thread -- need more context - standard EGDs don't normally involve feeding tubes.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- EGD. The (s/l) *gah-pah* feeding tube was then prepared.../nm
Complete thread -- thanks for listening. Was pretty much my thought but thought
Complete thread -- I hear what you hear, but either we are both hearing it wrong or he misspoke. SM
Complete thread -- see: peak flow meter
Complete thread -- posted mp3
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me - something was misspoke or misheard. Can u post a wav?
Complete thread -- is use of a peak flow called CPAP? (SM for context)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you. :) I'll Google that one!
Complete thread -- teed up = ready to go
Complete thread -- 90-year-old gentleman with endstage hip arthritis.
Complete thread -- ?Spiriva
Complete thread -- could it be a long-acting spray?
Complete thread -- Osgood-Schlatter
Complete thread -- There was evidence of an old “osgood sloz” change.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- long acting
Complete thread -- sorry I meant cholinergic
Complete thread -- Yes it is an anticholinergic for respiratory problems.
Complete thread -- good, makes sense.
Complete thread -- ah, my absolute "favorite" ESL, Eastern European.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone, slowed it way way down, think it is disinhibited after all
Complete thread -- I would say Slovanian/Polish accent
Complete thread -- do you know what it is for. it it an anticholinergic?
Complete thread -- inundated? (less overwhelmed)?
Complete thread -- ESL? if so, what kind of accent? still thinking...
Complete thread -- might be, the end of the word sounds like "dated" (thought maybe disorientated but
Complete thread -- disinhibited?
Complete thread -- s/l I have told him this is a surgical lesion...etc.
Complete thread -- I told him that this is a surgical lesion, in my opinion, and should be removed
Complete thread -- bipolar consult (ESL) s/l diss-in-ee-dated sm for sentence pls
Complete thread -- partial nephrectomy
Complete thread -- would try to do this as a ______ and just take out the tumor
Complete thread -- . I told him ____ surgical _____ in my opinion
Complete thread -- Word help - medication s/l "sip-ry"
Complete thread -- I can see how it sounds like that, but I think what s/l "meanwhile"="be more" (specific)
Complete thread -- I do hear "In the meanwhile"
Complete thread -- I am considering writing? though I hear "precipitating"
Complete thread -- not "in the meanwhile" -- SM
Complete thread -- there is a wav posted
Complete thread -- In the meanwhile, _____ change in antibiotic
Complete thread -- Actually it's Cadiere (Cadiere instruments used in robotic surgery)
Complete thread -- I'm finding Cartier grasper on Google. Think Cartier would be pronounced that
Complete thread -- yes, you are understanding correctly. Okay, will do that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- If I understand, it appears that NP is just saying the Correa as Coheuh.. and just not
Complete thread -- NP doing dictation, keeps stating what s/l Dr. Daniel Co-he-uh...SM
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- Electrophysiology study (EP)
Complete thread -- EP study and a possible
Complete thread -- thank you so very much
Complete thread -- cannot catch
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I have heard colicky often
Complete thread -- The patient seems to be over in one area? (should that be pain?)
Complete thread -- Deformity in which there is flattening of the thenar eminence, and the thumb lies
Complete thread -- simian hand, like a monkey's paw
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- The patient seems to be over in one area, not a *colicky* pain.
Complete thread -- a nodular benign
Complete thread -- can't even find any?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient is a
Complete thread -- be causing the pain, ______ benign prostate
Complete thread -- ignore this completely. Sorry.
Complete thread -- is retention the right word?? Obviously meaning retained, but is retention correct?
Complete thread -- sorry... my page had not refreshed, so I posted over your wav... you will want to repost
Complete thread -- urine that looks good. ______ find a white cell
Complete thread -- secondary to the robotic-assisted total laparoscopic
Complete thread -- 1 - total, 2 - examination under anesthesia, diagnostic
Complete thread -- including examination under anesthesia, diagnostic laparoscopy
Complete thread -- The robotic arms were docked, and a s/l*car-d-A* was placed on robotic arm #1.
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- cannot catch
Complete thread -- I use my judgment and common sense, and the docs I work for appreciate that. But I don't
Complete thread -- Just a thought. MAYBe they meant starting it in the morning.. not the dose
Complete thread -- Still, never leave anything out of a dictation, no matter how small.
Complete thread -- It's a judgment call. Maybe you wouldn't, but it really doesn't affect pt care.
Complete thread -- I think she meant to take 3 in the morning, just said it wrong, but agree w/Oasis -
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- yep spelling looks right, I was to sleepy to look up spelling
Complete thread -- That is why it needs to be flagged...unclear.
Complete thread -- callosity
Complete thread -- Thanks, but she said "3 times a day," so I'm not sure how she can mean that.
Complete thread -- calociity ck spelling (callus)
Complete thread -- maybe means (3 separate occasions/days) in the morning (time)
Complete thread -- s/l ** co - LA - sit - ee collacity??
Complete thread -- Yep, just one LONG morning
Complete thread -- Hmm, I wouldn't leave anything
Complete thread -- On Fridays, it FEELS more like 3 mornings...
Complete thread -- something like, "when it is convenient" or "at her own convenience" - SM
Complete thread -- 3 times a day in the morning? Does this make sense? I only have one morning each day.
Complete thread -- culture and ______ when she catheterizes
Complete thread -- thought I heard something like that too but not quite sure
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- bleeding (?) and some odorous urine
Complete thread -- lupus
Complete thread -- She was recently found to have ______. She has hypothyroid. She has had depression
Complete thread -- because she was having some _____ odorous urine and we called
Complete thread -- seems the best course of action
Complete thread -- I actually think she is trashing Crohn's disease (she does that often)
Complete thread -- also tried similar search starting with "k," by the way, and with syndrome
Complete thread -- I see one potential here (see link), but I'm reluctant to suggest it...
Complete thread -- Mother deceased - _______ disease. Father deceased – multiple MIs.
Complete thread -- I hope that does not make her use the wrong word and that could be a major ding.
Complete thread -- Nov 27, 2012 - PURPOSE: The intraumbilical incision is being used more frequently, with in
Complete thread -- nothing wrong with intraumbilical (mine was)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- intraumbilical? incision in tubal ligation
Complete thread -- sorry. I misstated. 1/2 hour or half an hour later as you put it. sorry.
Complete thread -- I've never seen 1/2 an hour used anywhere. 1/2 hour or one half an hour.
Complete thread -- both are correct, believe a matter of personal style or account specific.
Complete thread -- I am confused on why QA changed from half an hour to 1/2 an hour
Complete thread -- found this "The zero deadspace tracheal tube"
Complete thread -- Yes, possible. Thanks.
Complete thread -- maybe correcting his use of oh to zero (6.0)?
Complete thread -- Patient intubated with 'six point oh zero' orotracheal tube. Meaning 6.00?
Complete thread -- hahahaha
Complete thread -- don't try this at home.
Complete thread -- see, it is a *man* joke :)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- I would leave it. With his explanation, it really makes sense.
Complete thread -- can't win a pissing contest that way.
Complete thread -- questioning #8 and #12 and do I leave that way or change
Complete thread -- he says this before: Blood pressures at home were probably running in the 115-130 range.
Complete thread -- that is what he said, must be an inside joke.
Complete thread -- Definitely sounds like "board" - what does he say before that?
Complete thread -- s/l pee over the 2nd board?
Complete thread -- thank you!! :) I hear it now :)
Complete thread -- measured and careful?
Complete thread -- agree, just found it - subtended mesentery. A lot on google
Complete thread -- speech is measured in caracle??
Complete thread -- see linky :)
Complete thread -- I've never heard it before either... and not blushing. In this job, I learn something new
Complete thread -- can't find EHO (or AHO) Here is a glossary of terms for next time.
Complete thread -- agree!!
Complete thread -- what? when? where?
Complete thread -- okay, you can blush.
Complete thread -- it was subtending mesentery (I had never heard it before, didn't think it was right)
Complete thread -- DOSING: Diclofenac should be taken with food to reduce stomach upset. The recommended dose
Complete thread -- I'ma come visit you!
Complete thread -- agree with 50
Complete thread -- and, after listening, I do hear 50
Complete thread -- waitaminute. what is the answer? (never a fool)
Complete thread -- if you look up Voltaren, I'd go with 50
Complete thread -- blushing - never mind (I am a fool)
Complete thread -- right in the middle, central valley.
Complete thread -- I hear 15, but research looks more like 50.
Complete thread -- I hear 15.
Complete thread -- drawing a blank here, s/l sub-tending mesentery sm plse
Complete thread -- 15 mg or 50 mg ?? both have tons of google hits and cannot tell
Complete thread -- whereabouts california
Complete thread -- No, bp, it's ernie here. Snow here too, but sounds like you have it worse.
Complete thread -- hush your mouth. we rarely get snow in AVL, NC, but we sure got a doozy yesterday.
Complete thread -- sunshine and 70 degree here in drought-striken California
Complete thread -- *heavy sigh* its been a long day.
Complete thread -- LOL, is that you O? thanks for the help. I'm SO out of here. We have 9 inches of snow &
Complete thread -- I was just not sure if was saying crumpling ... which means to suddenly flop to the ground
Complete thread -- I like: end of my week; I'm braindead (kidding ; )
Complete thread -- Yea, I can see that...just the way it was said, LOL
Complete thread -- what kind of doc, and what's the diagnosis?
Complete thread -- punctuation help please. end of shift, end of my week, and i'm braindead
Complete thread -- made sense to me. Sitting on toilet, cramping, and bending over at the waist.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. That was included on my Instant Text program when I typed in VAC
Complete thread -- technically it is with regard to... regarding, or ending a letter with Regards,
Complete thread -- I can't picture "cramping over a toilet" but being ESL, I can understand it.
Complete thread -- (i cant find it as vacuum aspiration...unless it is talking about
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- I'd put vacuum-assisted closure if I had to expand.
Complete thread -- what's the gist of claimants problem?
Complete thread -- name of procedure, no abbrevs allowed. Application of wound VAC
Complete thread -- only diabetic *oma I can find is xanthoma
Complete thread -- Environmental Health Officer, EHO?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you.
Complete thread -- cramped over on the
Complete thread -- cannot catch
Complete thread -- MP3 posted - thanks!
Complete thread -- What does EHO mean with regards to an IME?
Complete thread -- Diabetes (sorry - ESL. horrible s/l!) :)
Complete thread -- not really. "certainly the possibility" of what?
Complete thread -- microscopic bleeding in there?
Complete thread -- sitting hear pleasantly (? vs presently)
Complete thread -- I saw that, but I did not understand when I asked the question that it meant the dextrose
Complete thread -- sorry, the and does not belong...my error
Complete thread -- if I can minimize that (not sure the "and" fits there?)
Complete thread -- Does last sentence make sense? (Ganglion cyst on foot)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- letting you know that EIC is epidermal inclusion cyst
Complete thread -- just so you know... it was EIC ... epidermal inclusion cyst
Complete thread -- does she ever come back and read anything?
Complete thread -- soemthing about considering he is having bleeding, maybe he then continues on with I plan
Complete thread -- it is a measurement, just like Tylenol 1000 grams.
Complete thread -- But, I showed you how it is 12.5 g (and every web site has it as that too?)
Complete thread -- Kudos to you. I can't understand a word he says.
Complete thread -- ahah, found it: superficial inferior epigastric vein (SIEV)
Complete thread -- check spelling. ViOptix, maker of a device that measures tissue oxygen levels for various
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- ViOptix T.Ox™ system.
Complete thread -- found: The ODISseyTM (ViOptics, Inc., Fremont, CA) measures tissue
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- recurrent hematuria again and today confirming _____ bleeding
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- Rizzuti?
Complete thread -- I know how it is used, but I've never seen a liquid in grams. I'll flag it.
Complete thread -- s/l Vioptic or Bioptic ? (same TRAM flap surgery)
Complete thread -- no comma, and I would put feet and not '
Complete thread -- He is a healthy-appearing man. He is healthy appearing.
Complete thread -- no comma needed
Complete thread -- s/l rizutti or rezudi clamp (same TRAM surgery)
Complete thread -- healthy-appearing or healthy-appearing, (I see both ways)
Complete thread -- Electrolytes include sodium, potassium, CO2, chloride. BUN/creat is for kidney. LFTs for
Complete thread -- I am not sure what others to separate with a period as well
Complete thread -- TRAM flap surgery - s/l SIEV or SEV vessels.... also, ? gem clips ?
Complete thread -- BUN/creat are kidney functions and I guess they want em separate (I usually keep em w/CMP)
Complete thread -- QA deleted reversible and blanked it
Complete thread -- separating labs
Complete thread -- it googles well, i found it on several sites by googling D50 at 12.5 g low blood sugar
Complete thread -- I found: D50 is used in emergency care to treat hypoglycemia
Complete thread -- D50 in gram(s)? See msg
Complete thread -- did not. sorry
Complete thread -- heard that too
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sitting here?
Complete thread -- She has been ______ presently in no acute
Complete thread -- a temporary handicapped placard for 3 months, just awkwardly worded, versus
Complete thread -- handicap, temporary?
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- is unsure if it is related to that, when she has relations. ????
Complete thread -- There is no pattern to it. She is sexually active _____ related to that when she has
Complete thread -- they are two opposite movements, can not do them at the same time, so
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- every since that?
Complete thread -- internally/externally
Complete thread -- internal externally or internal, externally?
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- Oops -knee and shoulder surgery
Complete thread -- You're probably not reading this anymore, but I was asking about the end of the sentence.
Complete thread -- was not really sure of that either?? he is such a fast mumbler!!
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- The first time it passed and she ____ that either.
Complete thread -- thanks will relisten for that
Complete thread -- ahh, now I get it. Looks fine to me
Complete thread -- found MiniMite® anchors ?
Complete thread -- The patient is status post left shoulder arthroscopy, subacromial decompression, dist
Complete thread -- self-lubricating
Complete thread -- had no trouble ______. The only thing
Complete thread -- comfortable using the new ______ catheterizations
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- intermittent
Complete thread -- comfortable using the new *sub lumanin* catheterization.
Complete thread -- He is on Flomax. _____ catheterizations.
Complete thread -- I will send to QA and see what they come back with :) Thank you all!
Complete thread -- That is what I heard for first one too.
Complete thread -- for the first one, I hear "negative for inducible ischemia"
Complete thread -- first is reversible.
Complete thread -- posting new +wav to include both sections
Complete thread -- it is an MD...
Complete thread -- is it an NP dictating?
Complete thread -- negative reversible ischemia (not reducible)
Complete thread -- going to post +wav now
Complete thread -- is this +wav answered so I can post one?
Complete thread -- negative inducible ischemia?
Complete thread -- second time states it, s/l reduced redistribution ischemia
Complete thread -- reversible ischemia.
Complete thread -- negative reducible ischemia?? have a +wav, but waiting for other to be answered. SM
Complete thread -- why so vicious? I'm a helper giving an opinion, not arguing with anybody.
Complete thread -- not cap'd on the Wheeless page either.
Complete thread -- yep, I dont think that fits at all.
Complete thread -- I don't think DIC fits? Disseminated intravascular coagulation
Complete thread -- may be missed
Complete thread -- I don't care what you think, but whatever. The modality to break up the scar including
Complete thread -- don't think word is "graft"; don't think the antecedent to "including" is scar tissue, but
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I just checked my stedman's ortho and it is not capped in any reference there???
Complete thread -- than 5 mm in size _______ due to the quality
Complete thread -- breaking up the scar tissue including the graft ... :)
Complete thread -- shuck test is capped in Stedman's SM
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- NAPD no acute pulmonary disease???
Complete thread -- looks better - but I'd do it like this... SM
Complete thread -- poor inspiration film.
Complete thread -- how does this look??
Complete thread -- how does this look??
Complete thread -- somewhat lordotic in ______ film
Complete thread -- thank you... here is the cleaned up paragraph...
Complete thread -- okay..instead of "done recently" he is saying "none recently"... still not sure how to
Complete thread -- you also repeated the sentence about "total hips"
Complete thread -- not "done" - it is "none recently". Needs repunctuation also, but I'll let another helper
Complete thread -- anyone have any ideas for me on how to punctuate this section between the ***
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- could you share what ASLO is & how found. Wonder if s/l is axonal?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- re-post from below... unsure how to punctuate.. verbatim
Complete thread -- googling your s/l sephalomacia brings up cephalomalacia, which in turn brings up the word
Complete thread -- posting a +wav
Complete thread -- hx is patient was taking a needle and popping previous boils
Complete thread -- nope... he says "having said that, done recently"
Complete thread -- ahh could be; infant GERD to lower acid?
Complete thread -- here is entire exam
Complete thread -- if so, he running the d from old to the beginning of abbreviation. Does DIC it fit?
Complete thread -- metabolites?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that 6-MP *metabolus* be obtained. any ideas
Complete thread -- SMAC (see Archives above for more info)
Complete thread -- antiepileptics are sometimes given for neuropathic pain??
Complete thread -- was a word missed? just before ___ done recently? Culture maybe?
Complete thread -- old DIC?
Complete thread -- CBC, ______ profile
Complete thread -- Axid suspension
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- How the heck is that gonna help?? "-leptic" is not "lipemic" -nothing about statins at all
Complete thread -- looking for expansion of what s/l EIC
Complete thread -- lemme help ya more. Lipemic=lipids=cholesterol. Many side effects with "statins" sm
Complete thread -- unsure how to punctuate this... verbatim acct
Complete thread -- I hear axis suspension, not sure what that s/l drug is tho
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sounds like feels forward, but think means falls forward
Complete thread -- CHANGED TO
Complete thread -- She is on ______ 0.7 cc 3 times per day
Complete thread -- Not sure why would break up a graft, don't think so.
Complete thread -- thank you, oasis. It was pretty clear.
Complete thread -- in which tree TRUNKS had been stacked. (not tree trucks)
Complete thread -- not sure what drug that IS. ? antiepileptic drugs, or lipemics??
Complete thread -- She still ____forward in a slightly forward flexed position
Complete thread -- right.
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much. Will flag the rest.
Complete thread -- I would not since I don't know what it is.
Complete thread -- did you even look up the word, helper? Makes perfect sense if you know the definition.
Complete thread -- Would you use anti-leptics?
Complete thread -- Yes, I am going with Tegretol 200 mg x3 as the dosage is 600
Complete thread -- British doc? I found "NOCTE" under UK medical terms - meaning "every night" (Latin)
Complete thread -- but I think she means three tablets here
Complete thread -- Doctor dictates Tegretol 3 times 200 mg nocte
Complete thread -- Word sl antileptics
Complete thread -- I thought it s/l grass or graft, but didn't think graft made sense as a PT modality. SM
Complete thread -- Graft, got it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l axis suspension
Complete thread -- Thank you! Never heard that before!
Complete thread -- METs.
Complete thread -- hemoglobin?
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- METS
Complete thread -- she may have had a breast surgery THEN a mastectomy. I'd give it to him.
Complete thread -- The patient is able to handle
Complete thread -- Verapamil is 180 mg. I dont know what your 1 to 150 is.
Complete thread -- Otherwise, I think it is okay. Coreg each day every 12 hours.
Complete thread -- Is "a day" possibly "every"?
Complete thread -- does this need to be flagged? Can it be a day and q.12 h?
Complete thread -- amazing. Yes!
Complete thread -- with encephalomalacia?
Complete thread -- Area of chronic hemorrhage s/l "within sepholemacia" on the right inferior lobe
Complete thread -- anybody? Any clues?
Complete thread -- thank you, b h pc a k
Complete thread -- thanks so much.
Complete thread -- tyramines
Complete thread -- seems fine to me, about the only way I've ever heard glancing used (besides re: "looking")
Complete thread -- Caffeine and s/l "tiramenes" or "tye-ra-meez"
Complete thread -- verapamil ER 181 to 150. This is on the med list. What does that mean
Complete thread -- I think he means touching it slightly. I found it a few times in google.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She went to the emergency department and _____ at that time was normal
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- VATS?
Complete thread -- I think so. Thank you
Complete thread -- "glancing his head" (in context) does that make sense? Never heard it used like
Complete thread -- you will either have to flag or if you are allowed change it.
Complete thread -- s/l betz/bass/bess, can't make it out exactly
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- looking for s/l "medisel" honey.
Complete thread -- med list: Prevacid, vitamin C, D, and E, Singulair, Norvasc, ______, Allegra, Dyazide
Complete thread -- Should I give this to him?
Complete thread -- Thanks, both of you. Haven't heard that one before. No wonder I did not recognize.
Complete thread -- ostium, if singular
Complete thread -- Waldeyer's ring
Complete thread -- Waldeyer's ring
Complete thread -- Part of it also involved _____ in the nasopharynx.
Complete thread -- never mind (free air inside)
Complete thread -- s/l "free inside his abdomen" pls sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- bos2 example: The patient is a 35-year-old African American man.
Complete thread -- African American or African-American?
Complete thread -- Never mind. Chikungunya
Complete thread -- travel-related illness, r/o Dengue fever and "chickengonia."
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I mean on the right.
Complete thread -- something I would question is the successful placement comment
Complete thread -- twinges
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- Great, Poi!
Complete thread -- Hmmm... If you can post a sound file, that'd help. I am not sure what kind of coil/coils
Complete thread -- One more question: Should 'ostia' not been 'ostium' as it is singular?
Complete thread -- Just found it myself and meant to post. Thanks a lot though, poi.
Complete thread -- Essure
Complete thread -- Okay, I see it in Google now! YW!
Complete thread -- Found Xcel in a urology surgery book.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis. She really does say "bladed".
Complete thread -- Honestly, I am unsure if this is for contraception. I assumed it.
Complete thread -- but I'm seeing it for a bladeless trocar?
Complete thread -- Only one I know is Mirena coil, or Levonelle® (in the UK)
Complete thread -- Xcel (or XCel)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- A #12 "XL"bladed trocar was introduced through the fundus. Correct?
Complete thread -- What is the whole sentence please?
Complete thread -- s/l "ee-sher" or "ee-shah" coil (Contraceptive)
Complete thread -- I would not use the commas
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- apothecary
Complete thread -- some type of magical cream
Complete thread -- I'd think off to Physical Therapy as opposed to off FOR physical therapy.
Complete thread -- got it.. erysipelas...
Complete thread -- this is a stat transfer dictation. Here is a little more in body of report
Complete thread -- tried - unable to get it.
Complete thread -- cannot catch
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks all of your for your time and imput.
Complete thread -- Agree. I struggle with PT cuz it can go both ways. No biggie, but I wouldn't cap here.
Complete thread -- pretty clear (to me) - pre-meals.
Complete thread -- boy, it sure does sound like "pre meals" to me. I guess it makes sense.
Complete thread -- use of her pain medication has gone back to more of the usual use of ___.
Complete thread -- ? Captialize physical therapy?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks so much both of you. Will try to upload wav
Complete thread -- I would capitalize that.
Complete thread -- using pain medicine before eating? I would think that would cause an upset stomach.
Complete thread -- Well, that explains why I am not finding many hits. TY so much!
Complete thread -- no, not really
Complete thread -- per bos2
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- No. It's too general of a sentence to be able to tell. Don't cap.
Complete thread -- does "pre meals" make sense in this context?
Complete thread -- Neoral
Complete thread -- benazepril, CellCept, aspirin, allopurinol, amlodipine, clonidine, _______ Aranesp
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- periods - it is a statement "the question becomes..." not actually a question.
Complete thread -- is PT capped in this or not?
Complete thread -- would you use periods or question marks?
Complete thread -- see link for Osborne's ligament
Complete thread -- Doc is saying "Oswald's ligament" sm
Complete thread -- I thought she could be. It did not sound like quadrants, corners is too far off. Sent to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? I think she's swallowing "borders"
Complete thread -- finally got it. It was ASLO
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- this is what the original post was, but I'm still lost.
Complete thread -- Nothing else was dictated at all?
Complete thread -- thank you so much MT!
Complete thread -- with wrong information - it is not "Picture Archive and Communication Radiography" that
Complete thread -- Okay. It is definitely head. Later it fits into context and he repeats it a few times
Complete thread -- low-level
Complete thread -- does the word "head" make sense in context? should I flag it? Maybe he meant hand?
Complete thread -- has been most likely using it to medicate some anxiety and _____ depression.
Complete thread -- how about you tell us what was dictated?
Complete thread -- sorry, was being seen for dizziness. sorry I didn't check in - got crazy here
Complete thread -- I think that could be it because it kinda sounded like a little something s.m.
Complete thread -- well i haven't got anything else.
Complete thread -- need a bit more text to help ya, can do?
Complete thread -- ? NSAID dependent
Complete thread -- stop being a jerk, she/he gave meaning and purpose - more complete answer
Complete thread -- actually, just "kinda" like. ;)
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. will flag
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I hear right side .....something, was in ... but can't get it - he says it too fast.
Complete thread -- don't want to spill it on the security roller doors
Complete thread -- Hmmmmm.........He stutters through it so bad so I am not sure. Thank you for helping!
Complete thread -- lower. on aplo ,it is some type of CNS inflammatory disease
Complete thread -- It's so cold outside. Perfect day for hot soup. Why you got no soup?
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- I'm sure other helpers are correct. But...
Complete thread -- you are a genius nm!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Nick Christelis
Complete thread -- anhedonia
Complete thread -- symptoms of anhedonia?
Complete thread -- ^that's a wag, btw^
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- some name... have you checked doctors specializing in PM in that area?
Complete thread -- seeing Ms XX is what I hear
Complete thread -- I was trying to listen and someone has put another wav in.
Complete thread -- me either. I did not know if he was weirdly saying she has face swelling or not
Complete thread -- She has been ____ for pain management and has trialled several
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- was
Complete thread -- it does sound like face, I was just looking for a sounds like. No sure if
Complete thread -- Rosenberg-Bergstrom (is characterized by renal insufficiency, among other things)
Complete thread -- there is something after right side
Complete thread -- phase dependent?
Complete thread -- s/l right side was in the year 2000??
Complete thread -- thanks for the feedback
Complete thread -- unsure... s/l face?? does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Include bronchoscopy XX/XX/XX, right side _________ in the year XXXX
Complete thread -- From yesterday's post: S/l CR cath/intervention...no luck...QA blanked it also.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Ortho note s/l roof-in-son surgeon syndrome
Complete thread -- thank you both.... I will check those out :)
Complete thread -- Hellooooo...???
Complete thread -- wrong, it was complete expansion of PACS
Complete thread -- or bifidus (maybe saying bifidum)?
Complete thread -- bifidobacterium
Complete thread -- no sentence, just list
Complete thread -- Antibodies to phospholipids (aPLs)?? Do you know exactly what they're lookin' for?
Complete thread -- probiotic s/l duh fid um or tuh fid um ?? 1-2 a day. (med list)
Complete thread -- stumped on a med, s/l adelmon. Sm for context
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. :)
Complete thread -- this is actually written unclearly. looks like AbLO.it follows ANA. ...
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- load?
Complete thread -- The patient had a bronchoscopy done which is what confirmed the near total _______
Complete thread -- when reference to God, do you cap Him and Himself?
Complete thread -- I know, that is why so interesting, more definitions & spelling known, easier it get
Complete thread -- consider: VOR (vestibulo-ocular reflex)
Complete thread -- oops VO 'vestibulocochlear organ'
Complete thread -- what is patient being seen for? Syncope? Dizziness?
Complete thread -- ? vestibulocochlear(VO) auras manifest in vertigo or deafness and even drop attacks.
Complete thread -- thanks... just learned it myself within the past year. Somethin' new every day.
Complete thread -- good one O, probably not many have heard of it
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, new one for me.Neovasc Tiara
Complete thread -- yes but bhcpak gave partial info below, right?
Complete thread -- referring to feeding tube/nutrition G tube, J tube sm
Complete thread -- ahh, maybe I hear the 8
Complete thread -- he only says one by though
Complete thread -- It is reducible with s/l go on the toes. (see inside for full context, please). Stat
Complete thread -- Xeroform is available in four sizes: 1"x8", 2"x2", 4"x4", and 5"x9".
Complete thread -- Bacitracin ointment, *one by* Xeroform, fluff dressing gauze, Kerlix, and then Ace.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oversewing and Graham patch the area with drain placement, and
Complete thread -- Not a problem - I sent in, was holding it too long.
Complete thread -- both
Complete thread -- over the area with
Complete thread -- reposting as mp3
Complete thread -- I accidentally posted over your wav file. Please repost yours.
Complete thread -- Sending in, thanks
Complete thread -- "v-o aura" Neurology consult
Complete thread -- oversewing and Graham patch _____ drain placement and then the
Complete thread -- sent wav file -
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Patient with G port and J port - sounds like alimen
Complete thread -- pads were _____ . No residual AND identified using ____ Allis clamps.
Complete thread -- Graham patch (not sure about "with area" part)
Complete thread -- returned to the OR for oversewing and *gram pat with* area with drain placement
Complete thread -- He joined the Coast Guard and served many years on a coast guard ship. (Cap only 1
Complete thread -- just like bhcpak said below.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I would not have gotten that.
Complete thread -- VACTERL
Complete thread -- thanks to both
Complete thread -- wav file, not sure what I hear makes much sense.
Complete thread -- I think we had a discussion the other day about disc/disk, and the consensus was "disk"
Complete thread -- maybe he had one disk herniation and now has a second disk herniation?
Complete thread -- what is the whole sentence? could it be Asacol?
Complete thread -- I vote for "and"
Complete thread -- digital would be the digits/fingers, right? so digital and wrist.
Complete thread -- and wrist extension or in wrist extension ??
Complete thread -- Patient was in for hammertoe repair
Complete thread -- can give dix, PMH or HPI to help nail down what to connect s/l to?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- FCE = Functional Capacity Evaluation
Complete thread -- Here is what PACS is and stands for sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I hear it now :)
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- prone active flexion?
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he is saying
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- An *F C E* carried out at XX Consultants
Complete thread -- good point, I agree. And good catch on the upper/lower - I missed that one.
Complete thread -- help with med
Complete thread -- thanks for the context - I'm trying but I can't think what it could be.
Complete thread -- but if *says* "half an inch," then I would edit/transcribe as "half an inch difference"
Complete thread -- 1/2-inch difference. "firth" = girth? "upper" = lower?
Complete thread -- girth (not firth)... about a half-inch difference OR about 1/2-inch difference
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- leg show him to have about *½”* difference between - how would you right says half an
Complete thread -- some context? (MRI of what? what kind of doctor? PMH?)
Complete thread -- shows him to have a *second* disc now
Complete thread -- Do you mean Kerasal? Looks like that's for
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- biceps tenodesis
Complete thread -- i.e., from radiation therapy for breast cancer, mayhaps.
Complete thread -- repeat surgery ____ (the examinee states
Complete thread -- is it radiation burns? Carrasyn (cream) could work for that.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- breast
Complete thread -- you are right. i am wrong.
Complete thread -- I could hear the "pax" but didn't know what it was.
Complete thread -- Agree. It is not small distention. It is small-bowel distention.
Complete thread -- There's Carrasyn but hear more as a wound dressing. Think it's a
Complete thread -- but I want to hear something like...
Complete thread -- on the PACS?
Complete thread -- It would be on my account. It's modifying distention.
Complete thread -- He sees a masseuse on his own.
Complete thread -- He sees a masseuse on his own?
Complete thread -- I found Karasal cream (where is this skin irritation?)
Complete thread -- ?? ____ on his own. (all I can get) 2nd followup is 2 words.
Complete thread -- I would not capitalize.
Complete thread -- I can't get your blank, but small bowel is not hyphenated.
Complete thread -- chiropractor, approximately once a month ____. He does followup
Complete thread -- She also had skin irritation that responded well to *kerison* cream.
Complete thread -- cannot be done __________. His white count
Complete thread -- Metzenbaum?
Complete thread -- s/l mesamoth scissors. Carpal tunnel release.
Complete thread -- Her step-up, step-down 8-inch step is without assistance from the othe ...
Complete thread -- Cap fetal cardiac program? Looks like official name is Fetal Heart Program so unsure.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- geez, now it makes sense. The first sentence of your original
Complete thread -- Nevermind...figured it out. Vascular sheath. Ty to anyone who may have tried to get this
Complete thread -- This was before all that...
Complete thread -- Help please with name of sheath in rad report-sm
Complete thread -- Not sure how to write this one?
Complete thread -- what is before this? Does he ever talk about the left wrist? Which is injured?
Complete thread -- Corrected version..
Complete thread -- Thx all.
Complete thread -- I think "Right wrist for comparison." should be a stand alone sentence.
Complete thread -- The doc always says....(see inside)
Complete thread -- know this is late, but for future reference, check out Verbrugge clamp.
Complete thread -- There is no gross dislocation, right wrist. For a comparison, ... (maybe)
Complete thread -- perhaps straight and then angling the tube 20 degrees while forcing the ulnar deviation?
Complete thread -- me either, on the gripped
Complete thread -- agreed...must be something with angles...
Complete thread -- ...and a gripped ulnar deviation view demonstrates...(though I can't document gripped).
Complete thread -- what is 0, 20? Period after dislocation?
Complete thread -- Does this make sense
Complete thread -- never mind. I'm blanking it.
Complete thread -- I'm getting farther than I thought. It's not LV but elbow ___ something
Complete thread -- Ulnar fracture. S/l LV brooch clamp.
Complete thread -- thanks all. just going to blank it and free up WAV board for others now.
Complete thread -- I hear _r__dering, can't get anything else
Complete thread -- thanks, but I'm not getting that.
Complete thread -- ? Urinating?
Complete thread -- WAV. Morbidly obese patient.
Complete thread -- chronic lung abscess and fungal disease seems less likely. Also, _______ cocci
Complete thread -- yeah, guess I will. Thanks to you and billybob too
Complete thread -- and promote remodeling
Complete thread -- though, honestly, I'd probably just blank it.
Complete thread -- uranium?
Complete thread -- I have 4 previous reports and the only mention of exposures
Complete thread -- radium?
Complete thread -- to control her blood pressures and to _____ of her ventricle.
Complete thread -- Includes significant COPD/asthma, chronic respiratory failure, history of ___________
Complete thread -- p.s. it is MitraClip Percutaneous Mitral Valve Repair System - Abbott Vascular
Complete thread -- SM for Tiara
Complete thread -- >?<
Complete thread -- I posted under the wrong place. Sorry. It says mitral in the post, so I guess.
Complete thread -- the other message below the other poster was supposed to go here
Complete thread -- Really?
Complete thread -- except it's the mitral... Not aortic
Complete thread -- TAVI?? perivalvular, BTW
Complete thread -- listen for transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), in place of tiara?
Complete thread -- A mitral clip would not address the paravalvular leak, I do not think ...
Complete thread -- My pet peeve. You post a question and never return (or so we think).
Complete thread -- perhaps you hear "slabs" and he is saying something else.
Complete thread -- Speech wreck only knows what people 'enter' in there. Coker is wrong.
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank YOU!
Complete thread -- who conducts this information to?
Complete thread -- I don't think the should be assumed at all.
Complete thread -- I don
Complete thread -- ...lumbar spine pathology ________ to anesthesia service
Complete thread -- epinephrine(adrenaline) soaked (nasal) packs ?
Complete thread -- She was having a widespread period? (sounds like a mess)
Complete thread -- I have looked everywhere and not finding it, so ....
Complete thread -- and it is epinephrine-soaked (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- gauze?
Complete thread -- surgical procedure(OP not mentioned) global means widespread
Complete thread -- p.s. dr. does not say swabs or pads, "slabs"
Complete thread -- has anyone heard of epinephrine soaked "slabs" used (nasal surgery)
Complete thread -- Oh, it's worse than I thought!
Complete thread -- Ya mean 5 seconds
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks, both of you.
Complete thread -- Are you going to let us in on what was actually said, as in 'context'
Complete thread -- Oh, I was short 0.05 seconds!
Complete thread -- First thought is brief for spironolactone.
Complete thread -- short for spironolactone?
Complete thread -- WHAT? global ventricular..what does that have to do with the price of milk -- or soybean
Complete thread -- Medication dictated as 'spy-ronno' (spirono?) Medical Hx: sm
Complete thread -- add an "S" to Edwards as in Edwards Lifesciences Corp(not a biggy)
Complete thread -- I guess could be dictator style. Screaming, in context=something obvious.t
Complete thread -- since you can have milk with soybean in it, but you can't get a soybean out of milk.
Complete thread -- milk-related compounds * I think it should be soybean-related compounds like milk.
Complete thread -- or two doughs (i like my pie with a top crust)
Complete thread -- Spellcheck doesn't like a LOT of words - but it doesn't mean that it isn't a word. It
Complete thread -- disappointing is a word
Complete thread -- It is an issue if a dictionary is "oneline" but if it is recognizable. If there is a
Complete thread -- oh good grief lol, lol, lol
Complete thread -- Only with metric would you use the "point" numbers.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- interscapular back pain
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- 1/2 not .5
Complete thread -- 1/2
Complete thread -- is it 1-1/2 or 1.5 teaspoons?
Complete thread -- Some shortness of breath. ___________ back pain with activity
Complete thread -- probably, but we have no way of knowing unless you give some context, as others have
Complete thread -- it probably IS a misspelling - what is the sentence, please
Complete thread -- another option would be "streaming", but sure sounds like screaming.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks :)
Complete thread -- I was wondering who/what was screaming also. haha
Complete thread -- context??
Complete thread -- lol!! :)
Complete thread -- I did try a dictionary...but being spellcheck did not like it, I thought maybe "online"
Complete thread -- I clearly hear and
Complete thread -- what's the sentence?
Complete thread -- I keep trying to hear "stringy" but does s/l screaming. Hmmmm... mine just sits there
Complete thread -- so should it be screaming and yellow or screaming yellow?
Complete thread -- that is what I hear (had to check the dictionary for screaming
Complete thread -- it is a word but not common and does not mean the same as eradicate.
Complete thread -- unsure if this is what he said... or if even typed right.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is irradicate a word? If you google it, there are many hits, but unsure if just
Complete thread -- agree with sexual
Complete thread -- I think the heading is "allergies to medications" (for this provider), though why
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: To medications milk related compounds including soybean.
Complete thread -- I also hear "sexual" diseases, not infectious, but he stutters and I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- maybe saying buccinator pain ?
Complete thread -- good one.
Complete thread -- tae kwon do (sometimes all one word - taekwondo)
Complete thread -- the urolgist and said there was concern?
Complete thread -- I actually hear "another" urologist (but otherwise, I agree - would be "a")
Complete thread -- or take one dough. - a type of martial arts
Complete thread -- patient also mentions excess *buccination* He was told of the options of
Complete thread -- a urologist (not "an")
Complete thread -- by an urologist and ______ concern near the frenulum area
Complete thread -- There's quite a bit of info if you google for it.
Complete thread -- don't take my word for it - poi hears "days" too
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Oops.
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like he stumbles on 3 and changes his mind to 4.
Complete thread -- 3 to 4+ blood on the dipstick
Complete thread -- he's really saying Foley, thanks for the suggestion, will flag it
Complete thread -- 4+ blood on dipstick
Complete thread -- can you hear "Fogarty" catheter? That'd make more sense.
Complete thread -- urinalysis, he still has ____ and he is probably going
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Insertion of right transfemoral Edward valve, pls sm
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I agree with days. No biopsies were necessary. Sorry, can't get blank.
Complete thread -- lolol. It's fine if you don't get what a "global period" is. It happens to all of us
Complete thread -- I was notified because?
Complete thread -- I hear 10 to 15 years
Complete thread -- I explained all the findings in great detail and no biopsies necessary _______ 10 to
Complete thread -- and was slow to heal. _____ because of low platelet
Complete thread -- By the way, thanks!
Complete thread -- I certainly will! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Hmm, good thought. Not sure, though.
Complete thread -- ahhhhh, ok thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- sounds like "was more at 9 o'clock position" to me.
Complete thread -- another definition "sigh" Severe impairment of global ventricular function
Complete thread -- yes, trouble earlier, but this one wasn't me - seems I'm not the only one
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- I just cannot hear that, in past report he said "abutting" but I cannot hear that this tim
Complete thread -- more than one definition. No mention of surg, right?. Was general definition that is used.
Complete thread -- s/l involved
Complete thread -- agree with MT Apo B levels are used, along with other lipid tests sm
Complete thread -- Is O having trouble posting today?
Complete thread -- squamous cell cancer and the margin was _____ at 9 o'clock position
Complete thread -- See what it is below.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I wouldn't guess that
Complete thread -- got it - (an APO-B)
Complete thread -- lab results on lipid profile, pls sm
Complete thread -- sorry, nevermind
Complete thread -- probably doctor office progress note, totally different than
Complete thread -- that is called context
Complete thread -- Well, I would have been right. It just seemed odd to me.
Complete thread -- ?? Until March 13??
Complete thread -- short
Complete thread -- global period is the amount of time before, during, and after a surgical procedure that co
Complete thread -- global period is the amount of time before, during, and after a surgical procedure that co
Complete thread -- global period is the amount of time before, during, and after a surgical procedure that co
Complete thread -- ? see our cath/intervention...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Medicare, all follow-up care—including the treatment of complications—is included in the 1
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I send it in. Never heard that expression before.
Complete thread -- yes, can acquire trigger digits and carpal tunnel syndrome
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'd type it & send it on then.
Complete thread -- sounds okay, acquired trigger fingers
Complete thread -- Progress report.
Complete thread -- This is for orthopedics and there was nothing else said.
Complete thread -- the dictation had absolutely nothing else on it? is this an addendum?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- context please
Complete thread -- wav file, femur fracture
Complete thread -- This is all that was dictated. What does this mean? Never heard before.
Complete thread -- It's either Alzheimer of Alzheimer's (never Alzhemiers)
Complete thread -- please post back if find out what CR.= ?catheter-related cath
Complete thread -- syndrome and*acquired trigger digits*.
Complete thread -- I'd suggest 2 points cremation = 2-point discrimination...
Complete thread -- ? burgeoning
Complete thread -- medial nerve *level* wrist and
Complete thread -- I cannot seem to make virgin mucosa fit with colitits
Complete thread -- some things doctors say never cease to amaze me lol
Complete thread -- well-healed incisions... need the - in well healed there. and yes, no pull
Complete thread -- well-healed incisions... need the - in well healed there. and yes, no pull
Complete thread -- Grip and pinch strength is 5/5, *6 miller 2 points cremation* total digits tests.
Complete thread -- thx...that is what i did
Complete thread -- area of the incisions, no *pull or* tenderness and no signs
Complete thread -- virgin?
Complete thread -- virgin?
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- I could see a tiny bit of ___ mucosa in the splenic as well as the hepatic flexure
Complete thread -- agree, anytime you end a sentence with an eponym like that, it needs the apostrophe.
Complete thread -- apostrophe - Alzheimer's - when it stands alone like that.
Complete thread -- apostrophe - Alzheimer's - when it stands alone like that.
Complete thread -- Alzheimer's or Alzheimers?
Complete thread -- Just came across that after starting thread. Capitalized?
Complete thread -- thanks, but it was fairly clearly abrogated. I think he just malaprop'ed.
Complete thread -- releve? (relevé)
Complete thread -- Couldn't agree more! ...
Complete thread -- thank you both for trying!
Complete thread -- Help with word...
Complete thread -- occasionally there were some? Not sure
Complete thread -- s/l "and occasionally 1 small one the ... " but that doesn't sound right
Complete thread -- Findings included two diverticula in the sigmoid and ___ on the right side
Complete thread -- I absolutely hate when they say abbreviations as though they are words!
Complete thread -- Thank you! I knew I had heard it before and was on the tip of my tong ...
Complete thread -- I cannot document CR cath/intervention.
Complete thread -- s/l CR cath/intervention (see message)
Complete thread -- Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) - I am not sure how you sl sounds but
Complete thread -- Moving on. thanks
Complete thread -- haha, I was just a hair late !!
Complete thread -- yes, technically called Geocaching. Finding hidden "treaures" using GPS coordinates.
Complete thread -- I mean geocaching - thanks for help! NM
Complete thread -- Geocaching so caching is probably it, cache is the word
Complete thread -- OK I think it's geoaching - he just said it wrong! NM
Complete thread -- oh, caching.. let me find the spelling
Complete thread -- Is he saying tibia ant short for tibia anterior?
Complete thread -- No, it's some type of thing, like a scavenger hunt, I think NM
Complete thread -- it is still on the secondary list put out by JCAHO.
Complete thread -- probably not but canoeing?
Complete thread -- Grr I know this word but can't place it! Hobbies include: SM
Complete thread -- a guess lumbar interbody fusion; Cotrel-Dubousset Instrumentation;
Complete thread -- s/l see-bow
Complete thread -- This is a 4-compartment fasciotomy
Complete thread -- wav file, I am almost 100% on this
Complete thread -- agree with NM A high impedance electrode could help prevent thermal noise problem.
Complete thread -- involuted= curled or curved inward, floundered=moved ackwardly
Complete thread -- yes, loss of cartilage (aka "endstage osteoarthritis" or "bone on bone"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? anal (verge) in a cephalad direction
Complete thread -- ? imbricated =overlapping of edges
Complete thread -- we use "nightly" or "at bedtime" no big preference, just not q. h.s.
Complete thread -- side-viewing .. 2nd is vision without difficulty ____ to the second portion
Complete thread -- The _______ duodenoscope was passed into the esophagus under direct vision, ________
Complete thread -- it depends on account specs - where I work, we replace with "at bedtime"
Complete thread -- is q.h.s. acceptable now?
Complete thread -- Nevermind - going to go on. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Valleix
Complete thread -- The only thing I can think of for the peroneal nerve is Tinel sign
Complete thread -- sounds like velick sign
Complete thread -- s/l "anad-cephalad direction"
Complete thread -- never mind, sending on. thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- the correct word is on the tip of my tongue. s/l "abrogated," VR put "embrocated."
Complete thread -- The patient has a diagnosis of osteoarthritis of the knee
Complete thread -- She had a congenital hemangioma of the right cheek that had *involuted ...
Complete thread -- That's what speech picked up, too, but I can't be sure.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- high impedance?
Complete thread -- found Gill procedure, but not like your s/l
Complete thread -- Read on a s/l "high impede um filter" to mask extensive EMG artifact.
Complete thread -- lumbar laminectomy and fusion, ____ procedure, s/l Katrel
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- semicolons needed with internal commas like that
Complete thread -- Does this read ok with comma placement?
Complete thread -- you mean, 'if not having helpers listen'
Complete thread -- Yep, I heard cough too, but didnt say anything since I thought I was hearing things.
Complete thread -- ah yes that makes sense...thx
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Is second sentence ok here?
Complete thread -- I was thinking of 'coughing' also. He just put a 't' in there. Agree with 'anterolateral'.
Complete thread -- agree with cough ...
Complete thread -- cough?
Complete thread -- I actually hear anterolateral but cannot get your word.
Complete thread -- The pain is anterior lateral, worse with overhead activity in abduction, _____, a
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- increased work of breathing
Complete thread -- He does not have any increased ____ of breathing.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Good grief. The way he said was dual-air not dual air-compression. Thanks!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- air-compression wraps - two of them - dual
Complete thread -- maybe not dual air but just plain dual as in 2 wraps
Complete thread -- last one might be calf span, meaning the circumference
Complete thread -- Venous stasis plan: Dual-air compression wraps. Cannot document "dual-air."
Complete thread -- status post right knee arthroplasty
Complete thread -- yep - opposite ends. Glad to help!
Complete thread -- Thanks, oscar! I've found "trismus," but "tenesmus" fits better!
Complete thread -- tenesmus
Complete thread -- Pt with diarrhea
Complete thread -- Thanks - I just could not hear the beginning.
Complete thread -- Montelukast
Complete thread -- good idea to flag, esp if not have helpers listen
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, have to flag
Complete thread -- finger-to-nose, heel-to-shin ___. still a word after shin
Complete thread -- mild?
Complete thread -- Is for agressive lowering
Complete thread -- For aggressive lowering
Complete thread -- marked, moderate?
Complete thread -- got second one: Reflexes 2+, symmetrical, toes downgoing.
Complete thread -- got it: Pupils 3/3, brisk...
Complete thread -- PLAN: ______ of lowering the blood pressure to a systolic of 140 to 160 initially
Complete thread -- cerebellar hemorrhage with some *odd* compression
Complete thread -- to nose _____ Reflexes ____ symmetrical.
Complete thread -- Cranial nerves ______ brisk
Complete thread -- Aphakia lack or loss of the lens of the eye
Complete thread -- yeah, thought so too
Complete thread -- I sorta hear what the other does, but the sound file sorta "drags" like it is a tad slow.
Complete thread -- Only word I know is aphakia (or an aphakic eye)?
Complete thread -- *aphaking* in the left eye.
Complete thread -- so, how did it turn out, please? Did they correct to "dose"?
Complete thread -- I just cannot hear that, any other guesses?
Complete thread -- This issue was uncommon?
Complete thread -- The issue ___ had a bout of PR mucus and was given some antibiotics which
Complete thread -- Me too - all the time. This VR has gotten good and you really have to watch.
Complete thread -- normals Knee flexion 0-130 -Knee extension 120-0, not sure if stumble or
Complete thread -- yes it was -- I didn't read the post very carefully (obviously)
Complete thread -- good on "nm"
Complete thread -- Regression of sea fans was observed in all the four eyes
Complete thread -- I know, right? I'd much rather transcribe from scratch.
Complete thread -- Darn. I guess the doctor forgot to tell her of that option.
Complete thread -- That is so clear. Amazing when doing VR how only what VR puts is what you hear!
Complete thread -- attachments
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Glad I flagged the sentence. Already returned.
Complete thread -- symmetrical grimace to sternal rub, moves all limbs...
Complete thread -- what a lot of trouble to go to -- she could sell 'em on the street for $$$$.
Complete thread -- yep, they rub real hard on the chest to get a response.
Complete thread -- consider: DOSE medications appropriately (not *those*)
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Flexion and extension of the knee is 0, 0 to 130 degrees.
Complete thread -- *To sternal rub* moves all limbs symmetrically.
Complete thread -- He is saying coffee grounds. I finally got it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I caught that too, thanks
Complete thread -- The patient's OxyContin will be discontinued.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- *then* I would
Complete thread -- I changed to this and flagged the sentence just to be safe.
Complete thread -- She did take a pause between nephrotoxins and those.
Complete thread -- Is there a way to punctuate this so it makes sense? All punctuation is mine.
Complete thread -- pseudoexfoliation (1 word)
Complete thread -- presence of 3+ nuclear etc
Complete thread -- 3+ (3 plus)
Complete thread -- is the presence of ____ nuclear sclerotic cataracts
Complete thread -- I hear that too ooo oooo
Complete thread -- OP had that one already...
Complete thread -- patient's death certificate was signed..... patient eventually was
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- has "no" complaints (fix the last sentence)
Complete thread -- event, please refer to ____
Complete thread -- 2nd: event ??
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Only can get first blank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient __________. For further details of the patient’s __________.
Complete thread -- not much of a running start there, but I hear "when"
Complete thread -- .renal consult? "...at home that we were asked to see because of elevated ..."
Complete thread -- initially improved______ the patient was discharged
Complete thread -- possible fall at home. _____ elevated BUN and creatinine
Complete thread -- Capital CO2 (cO2 might be okay, but I've not seen it typed that way)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yep, bet she misspoke.
Complete thread -- or "and stable" ?
Complete thread -- No, she says gallbladder, but I think she got confused since she was talking about the
Complete thread -- potassium 4.9 "and steady" or
Complete thread -- potassium 4.9, and *stated* cO2 is 25 and the patient’s liver enzymes
Complete thread -- no... are you sure it is not a GoLYTELY bowel prep? that would move her bowels.
Complete thread -- Ever hear of a gallbladder bowel prep?
Complete thread -- thanks so very much!!!
Complete thread -- so sorry
Complete thread -- retropulsion.
Complete thread -- paclitaxel (Taxol).
Complete thread -- THank you very much.
Complete thread -- famotidine comes to mind.
Complete thread -- s/l....klack-la-tax-ol....sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There is no sign of any underlying *retro pulshun* noted.
Complete thread -- drug name s/l fem-oc-a-dene
Complete thread -- that was my 1st choice, then listened & heard "round" in there real quick?
Complete thread -- round, react to light and accommodation.
Complete thread -- Pupils are reactive to light and accommodation.
Complete thread -- HEENT: Pupils _______. Neck: Supple
Complete thread -- thanks BB
Complete thread -- congestive heart failure, myocardial....
Complete thread -- coronary artery disease, _______ myocardial
Complete thread -- nothing changed, but archives haven't been indexed recently.
Complete thread -- Does anyone besides me have trouble finding anything in archives?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- seems right to me.
Complete thread -- never mind. I got further into the report and it does make sense.
Complete thread -- wav file, just wondering if the 2nd half of the sentence is correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- also, listen for "splicing" wires, wire splicer
Complete thread -- Google underground distribution cable
Complete thread -- works as a *distribution* slicer
Complete thread -- What is your guess,
Complete thread -- (Hoping this will help, barb)
Complete thread -- traumatic? i.e., surgical removal of a L kidney due to traumatic damage?
Complete thread -- He had s/l chromatic left nephrectomy. thanks. past hx.
Complete thread -- that was what I was hearing also, positivity or something like that. flagged
Complete thread -- I guess I misunderstood. I thought the problem was that OneLook IS an unsafe site.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard positive * neuropathy
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for the hope you give us, bb! What a pissaroo if OneLook became verboten!
Complete thread -- (sry!:-) I can't any more distinguish doc's words than fly to the moon. Garbled, lo vol.
Complete thread -- ( I kowtow to y'all
Complete thread -- Head CT: see message Thx - barbv
Complete thread -- Please look again at a question about to drop below bottom margin:
Complete thread -- found it - it's from December 18, 2013
Complete thread -- it was actually from quite a while back. Any time I post anything in this box, it shows
Complete thread -- sounds like lower extremity neuropathy to me?
Complete thread -- thank for the suggestion oasis.
Complete thread -- I actually think it is 2 different things. It sounds like some *tivity word.
Complete thread -- postherpetic neuropathy?
Complete thread -- Includes mild COPD, history of ___________ neuropathy. History of some hematologic
Complete thread -- problem should be fixed by now, but maybe wait a few days to be sure.
Complete thread -- I'd "assume" it was a copy & paste from before.
Complete thread -- testing --- ignore please.
Complete thread -- ok then, my browser remembered it
Complete thread -- the site doesn't remember from an earlier post; that's your browser.
Complete thread -- sorry - it doesn't. The site remembered that from an earlier post
Complete thread -- I'm still trying to figure out where the chest pain comes in...
Complete thread -- got it - served as historians
Complete thread -- and developed severe ____ chest pain that is getting worse.
Complete thread -- me either. I wanted to hear cystic...but didn't.
Complete thread -- That's what I heard but wasn't going to say because it made no sense
Complete thread -- s/l mystic, but... ?
Complete thread -- Sad news. I find it very helpful and use it
Complete thread -- MRI of the right knee showed full-thickness chondral thinning with sub ...
Complete thread -- thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- It was in Google Chrome that it was blocking it
Complete thread -- I sorta figured that out too late...
Complete thread -- The asterisks were for the missing word. I'm going to try to make
Complete thread -- languish? she did stumble over clotting but i can't get that word before it.
Complete thread -- management of his fluid status will be...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, blpogh. That is so kind of you
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. I have other blanks so will flag report. Not going to post them all.
Complete thread -- testing... ignore please.
Complete thread -- this should temporarily remove it.
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- It does for me. I clicked the google link it showed ...(see link)
Complete thread -- It does for me, Norton stops it every time.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Yes. Google imperforate anus colostomy.
Complete thread -- Has anyone noticed the onelook.Com is coming up as an unsafe Web site?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- do you need a colostomy bag for that?
Complete thread -- imperforate anus would work...?
Complete thread -- All those letters have soundalikes in transcription, but I think "CCD" is abbreviation
Complete thread -- S/L he was gonna say remain but changed it in mid-word, remain/tain?
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me, he did not see a doctor because he has no money (financial reason)
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- never mind, see previous MP3 has not been answered yet.
Complete thread -- MP3. patient with possible TIA.
Complete thread -- add wav
Complete thread -- okay I see my wav is not clear. Skip the wav. Maybe you can figure it out with my someth
Complete thread -- sounds like remain tame or maintain or???
Complete thread -- topical pain cream, FTCCB,
Complete thread -- Sounds like include "inperfidanous" or including "perfidamous"..
Complete thread -- His other congenital malformations include_____, for which he had a
Complete thread -- The management of ___________ will be left to his kidney doctor and his primary care
Complete thread -- squamous metaplasia
Complete thread -- The patient’s biopsy showed benign patchy ____________, negative for malignancy.
Complete thread -- memory
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated
Complete thread -- Got it! Celluvisc! He sure didn't pronounce it very well.
Complete thread -- Pt with dry eyes
Complete thread -- Seems it would make better sense as: Recent memory and remote m ...
Complete thread -- pls ASAP, its stat
Complete thread -- yes! thank you so very much! :)
Complete thread -- Pinckneyville Community Hospital?
Complete thread -- I also heard dialysis unit
Complete thread -- sorry, Carbondale, IL... not chicago
Complete thread -- can't catch name of hospital... Chicago, IL
Complete thread -- okay thanks :)
Complete thread -- I think she stumbles before and says "and the dialy*discharge*...
Complete thread -- this is all I can make out.. and I am guessing
Complete thread -- sorry I uploaded the previous one again. It is there now
Complete thread -- wav file isn't there
Complete thread -- needing more help
Complete thread -- oh my goodness... thank you!! :) I hear it now that you provided it to me :)
Complete thread -- History of V-tach status post AICD.
Complete thread -- needing help... cannot understand
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- late frames
Complete thread -- Enterobacter cloacae?
Complete thread -- have Enterobacter cloacae?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sounds like inter-bacto-chlorika
Complete thread -- the sentence does not make sense a written
Complete thread -- no. It is called a fifth of vodka. Patient drank half.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- the thing to look 4 is google source www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ VS number
Complete thread -- everything seems to want to point to "appendicovesicostomy‎" but he spelled out other
Complete thread -- guess aortic hemiarch replacement; Bentall procedure; Cabrol procedure
Complete thread -- anyone??
Complete thread -- a fifth of vodka, half of a fifth of vodka JMHO
Complete thread -- doctor spells out... and only 59 google hits "appendicoumbilicostomy"
Complete thread -- no, if write one-fifth, that is partial, a fifth is entire bottle.
Complete thread -- guess- Bentall procedure with hemiarch surgery
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated "a fifth of whiskey
Complete thread -- I would take out one of repeat sentences "He is not short of breath."
Complete thread -- critical care service?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- JMO, but I would add musculoskeletal heading
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone - it was blood sugar with an omitted O2 saturation.
Complete thread -- would you use hyphens or not?
Complete thread -- so when doctor dictates the patient drinks a fifth of whiskey, you type one-fifth?
Complete thread -- Severe anemia. Will placing the patient in *CCS* and consider transfusion.
Complete thread -- half a fifth is fine...they drink half of one of the big bottles of vodka
Complete thread -- would you continue under same heading or make new one?
Complete thread -- half of one-fifth maybe?
Complete thread -- half-a-fifth of Vodka... is that how you type it? half-a-fifth?
Complete thread -- Hmm, all I can see on Google is hemiarch "replacement" surgery.
Complete thread -- please see msg
Complete thread -- Thank a ton. Yeah will expand it. Thanks. :-) ...
Complete thread -- though 998.3 worked in top right box, but not helpful with this particular blank anyway
Complete thread -- 1. Seroma? 2. late effects? (you don't need to expand CVA?)
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: ____ and disruption of surgical wound, 998.32, right lower ...
Complete thread -- agree. unless there's some new pasttime called "ankle hiking."
Complete thread -- great - thanks
Complete thread -- I would say ankle hiking-type boot
Complete thread -- ankle-hiking-type-boot...would you hyphenate this?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Aneuploidy is not capped in the sentence.
Complete thread -- 1. appropriate? 2. Aneuploidy.
Complete thread -- Fetal ultrasound ... (2 blanks)
Complete thread -- I wasn't guessing "Os-Cal" -- I was talking to the one above who put OSCAL.
Complete thread -- infectious colitis, mucous colitis, ischemic...could be many things.
Complete thread -- ulcerative is all I can think too
Complete thread -- just state, I would rather not name names, just need a policy in place for all to follow.
Complete thread -- thanks for your input, sm
Complete thread -- Os-Cal?
Complete thread -- ? colitis ulcerative as a potential adverse side effect of OSCAL
Complete thread -- ulcerative colitis?
Complete thread -- Past hx is significant for knee arthritis and s/l oss-cuss colitis managed by Dr. X.
Complete thread -- It means, no policy has been put in place for the QA to follow, thus
Complete thread -- did you mean to run ASMRTR all together? Might want to put commas or expand?
Complete thread -- okay, yea, blood -
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me; reports of fine touch. Google for definition
Complete thread -- I think I found it: Fluk knee strap. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- I showed the patient a s/l "flute" brace for jumper's knee. ty!
Complete thread -- I think he is saying light-blood-stained brown-colored stool (unsure on hyphens)
Complete thread -- Hx:patient has been having light-blood stain on toilet paper with cramping
Complete thread -- yes, obvious and yes, nontender! :) thank you! If he is meaning mucusy, not sure what
Complete thread -- I only expand diagnoses usually.
Complete thread -- I think you're right. 156 isn't an O2 sat. I'd say blood sugar is right.
Complete thread -- not blood-stained
Complete thread -- mucus and light brown stained brown colored stool
Complete thread -- Yep, obvious external hemorrhoids. No palpable mass. Nontender. Tiny amount of mucous,
Complete thread -- Tiny amount of muco?? ... Palpable external?
Complete thread -- ...or normal O2 saturation
Complete thread -- ? Obvious external hemorrhoids
Complete thread -- are they saying something like "pt has good O2 saturation?"
Complete thread -- that's the definition for "turgor"
Complete thread -- needing help :(
Complete thread -- please re-listen for blood sugar
Complete thread -- Doesn't make sense to me, but then...
Complete thread -- oh, I agree there is such a thing. Is 156 within the range?
Complete thread -- upon looking up blood turgor is "fullness or tension of fluid within a vessel".
Complete thread -- I finally did see that - sounds complicated! Thanks for the reply
Complete thread -- isn't that blood sugar? -yes, there should be 2 values
Complete thread -- Make sense? - "Pt. has an O2 saturation and blood turgor of 156. Shouldn't there b
Complete thread -- Yeah, I NEVER would have come up with that! ...
Complete thread -- ...head lice! QA must have just pulled that out of their *@&%!
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- Wow! Absolutely incorrect. See what Gammasan is used for (link)
Complete thread -- According to QA, it's Gammasan. ...
Complete thread -- after googling, I think I am wrong on this, though IMO the logic
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- it is one device, even if applied applied to both legs.
Complete thread -- would you expand SCDs to sequential compression devices (or device?)
Complete thread -- GlutaMed (a natural vitamin) ??? but, being meds, I'd probably flag them and not even try
Complete thread -- thank you. Was not sure if he was saying possible next to portal :) He stumbles alot
Complete thread -- into possible
Complete thread -- unable to catch
Complete thread -- That has to be it - thank you!!! ...
Complete thread -- stuck on two meds (very heavy accent), plse sm
Complete thread -- I think it may be GamaSTAN (see link). Gamma globulin injections for CFS.
Complete thread -- ugh - yep that's it
Complete thread -- I'm going to send it to QA. I'll post the feedback. ...
Complete thread -- No, that's the problem...I can't narrow it down! ...
Complete thread -- is there any clue what this is for?
Complete thread -- s/l gamma sun
Complete thread -- This is it.
Complete thread -- active? (ROM is usually active or passive)
Complete thread -- views reveal
Complete thread -- it is erector spinae muscles
Complete thread -- musculature bilaterally. *Tactic* cervical range of motion is tested
Complete thread -- I don't think they learned at all and still will get...
Complete thread -- yep, sorry, just didn't complete. I knew someone here would point it out eventually.
Complete thread -- Be careful, though, as some -ly words can be adjectives and need hyphen (ex. scholarly).
Complete thread -- OK thank you.
Complete thread -- I think the rule is: never hyphenate with an adverb ending in "-ly"
Complete thread -- listen for: thoracic bony process
Complete thread -- never hyphenate with an adverb (anatomically)
Complete thread -- anatomically-aligned or anatomically aligned?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yeoman's/femoral stretch test?
Complete thread -- something like ?seated dural stretch test
Complete thread -- *yoletsy moral* stretch test
Complete thread -- bony?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thoracic *bunny* muscles
Complete thread -- Edobor-Osula
Complete thread -- trying to find a Dr. Edobar Asulu, pediatric orthopedic surgeon in New Jersey.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying; left blank nm
Complete thread -- I didn't catch that.
Complete thread -- you got it right.
Complete thread -- needing to verify this is right
Complete thread -- ? skull base
Complete thread -- skull and pia ?
Complete thread -- Head CT: see message Thx
Complete thread -- He has no sensory changes, *reports of* fine touch. Reflexes are 2 to 3+.
Complete thread -- Okay, I'll stop. I hope they learned not to bite the hand that tried to help them.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- canagliflozin
Complete thread -- Patient needs to restart insulin. Discussed s/l can-uh-co-flo-zen. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ejection fraction in the range of (not ejection range)
Complete thread -- and exertional incompetence.
Complete thread -- sorry, nevermind.. just got message I have had report too long. Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "exertional incompetence" but not sure that's what he meant.
Complete thread -- here is the dictation
Complete thread -- did he mean replaced, re-placed, or repaired? This is a stat.. thanks :)
Complete thread -- I just moved on from mine. Not sure if your post above is now the MP3 or not :)
Complete thread -- I guess I will make an executive decision on this and just delete it.
Complete thread -- Not sure. I gave her a blank, but thank you for helping.
Complete thread -- duh,
Complete thread -- progressive cough and dyspnea and ______.
Complete thread -- click on send/listen to wav/mp3 (above). It gives directions.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. Can you help on my +wav directly below this post? :)
Complete thread -- sorry. no dashes.
Complete thread -- ejection FRACTION in the range of...
Complete thread -- ? left lateral anal region
Complete thread -- really needing help on this one
Complete thread -- oh... you are saying there are no "hyphens" not 's. You confused me
Complete thread -- ??? I'm confused on where you are seeing an 's ??
Complete thread -- there are no -'s between 0 and Vicryl or 5 and Ethibond. #5 Ethibond and 0 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- painful hemorrhoids
Complete thread -- AS, MR, TR (aortic stenosis or sclerosis, mitral regurgitation, tricuspid regurgitation
Complete thread -- mild *A S M R T R*
Complete thread -- you posted over my +wav...so I am reposting mine. :) thanks
Complete thread -- cough and dyspnea and ______.
Complete thread -- he dictated "replaced".. do you think he meant "repaired" ?
Complete thread -- I would love to know that as well
Complete thread -- unsure if I need to remove something
Complete thread -- Except some major companies use this little piddly stuff to ping their employees to death
Complete thread -- This happens where I work ALL the time, but it doesn't go against our total QA score. The
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ilium
Complete thread -- this is a THA
Complete thread -- cannot catch it
Complete thread -- oops, completely. need more coffee...
Complete thread -- heh heh
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- completedly into ?
Complete thread -- I'm surprised you got as much as you did. What a nightmare.
Complete thread -- direct vision, advanced ______ second portion
Complete thread -- lethality? (as in suicidal/homicidal?)
Complete thread -- Are directions posted on how to make a sound clip to upload?
Complete thread -- depot
Complete thread -- Sounds like a version of lithiasis, maybe lithiaty. That's not a word
Complete thread -- anxiety?
Complete thread -- depo, Depo, or depot?
Complete thread -- Psych note (ESL doc with Hispanic accent).
Complete thread -- let it go
Complete thread -- Here's what you say:
Complete thread -- It could take a brain surgeon... LOL
Complete thread -- you could try telling them is doesn't take a brain scientist (in caps) and finishing with
Complete thread -- wha?
Complete thread -- You know I did that one time and then I was asked well which
Complete thread -- It is a managaement issue, employee (QA) instructions not provided to follow.
Complete thread -- any mention of osteoporosis, then would fit
Complete thread -- I would give the examples, to email the manager, no mention of which QAs sm
Complete thread -- I know. I know. But if they're costing me the little pennies I make... ya know
Complete thread -- It was Ventolin. TY
Complete thread -- That is true. I just get nervous not to PO the QA
Complete thread -- All I can give is for where I work. The account decides how they want, whether to follow
Complete thread -- It is something for example one QA likes q.4 h., other likes q.4h. other likes every four
Complete thread -- is it something that only 1 way is 100% correct? Or something that can be done more than
Complete thread -- How do you deal with conflicting information from QA when QA marks one
Complete thread -- otherwise it would be otorhinolaryngology.
Complete thread -- only thing I could come up with 2.4 mL and sounding like. is
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- ENT yes, would be Ear, Nose, and Throat.
Complete thread -- List of meds: s/l Sortia or Fortia 2.4 mL q.d.
Complete thread -- question for QA's
Complete thread -- If it is trademarked all caps, and this is, it is all caps. Period.
Complete thread -- the actual full trademarked name is "RAM Cannula," see link.
Complete thread -- Because trademarked words are always capped and we
Complete thread -- it is trademarked all caps, RAM. why would that be wrong?
Complete thread -- ty, yes, i saw that. I guess if all caps is wrong, I'll find out
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot, nm.
Complete thread -- Maybe, thanks ;) nm
Complete thread -- Neotech has trademarked a RAM Cannula
Complete thread -- there is step-and-shoot CT angiography - sounds like he is saying step
Complete thread -- RAM cannula - is RAM all caps, is it an acronym? it's not in stedmans
Complete thread -- does she have a child named Owen?
Complete thread -- History of C-section for (s/l) Rowen. Any ideas? /nm
Complete thread -- CT angiogram _____ showed severe emphysema and no pulmonary emboli.
Complete thread -- thanks for the advice D
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- :) golly! LOL!
Complete thread -- got it! He says, He's a chef. He has chronic back pain. :)
Complete thread -- good deal!
Complete thread -- current?
Complete thread -- I got it!!! He says... He's a chef. He has chronic back pain. Later in SH he says he is
Complete thread -- he said that sentence after the blank... but cannot figure out the blank
Complete thread -- Revealing slightly diminished breath sounds. No _____ wheezes, rhonchi, or crackles.
Complete thread -- A divot on it
Complete thread -- he i