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Complete thread -- Duh yourself. I'll be puzzled about whatever I want to be puzzled about.
Complete thread -- the poster listened but didn't answer until a later time when it
Complete thread -- exactly...that is why I had to go look it up. He couldn't snark if I gave him a script :)
Complete thread -- coming from anyone but guy, I'd probably think it was snark as well.
Complete thread -- too funny...I thought he was being snarky when he said it *sorry for the botheration*
Complete thread -- oh, believe me, I say similar to that too.
Complete thread -- "Persnickety" is a favorite of mine... hmmm... I wonder if it is because it describes me?
Complete thread -- I love that word. It's in the same vein as whippersnapper and persnickety, lol.
Complete thread -- haha..guy used botheration on this board and I had to look it up too!
Complete thread -- You have an extra letter in there or is it a "!"
Complete thread -- I gave it to her...but geez.
Complete thread -- eek - I don't have anyone who dictates "agreeance" and I don't like it either.
Complete thread -- I have just one FNP that uses that word and it is like nails on a chalkboard to me...
Complete thread -- it's in the dictionary..I would use it
Complete thread -- Disregard got it figured out - it was Duaklir!
Complete thread -- Medication dua-claire
Complete thread -- If you confuse so easily, perhaps you should go back to bed, or drink some coffee to wake
Complete thread -- ah... just saw you already posted that.
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I think I'd put "There were no" ... complications.
Complete thread -- The patient was in agreeance, which irks me. Are we in agreement? or...
Complete thread -- I drink it all day long because it's cheap but I like the taste. I didn't know they
Complete thread -- I am confused on what your post means or is asking
Complete thread -- oops, I just read t's message and I agree.
Complete thread -- I already said what I *think* it means in 2 of my posts below...
Complete thread -- or maybe they just checked the vision at a close range (near), hmm
Complete thread -- Hear point too, but does anyone know what it means re: vision?? Must be something to do
Complete thread -- should be there "were" no obvious. . .
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- could be either one - I hear "ranges" more often, but I like "planes" in this context
Complete thread -- what's normally heard? ESI Ranges of motion or planes of motion?
Complete thread -- thank you! now I know for next time! though I am not sure how the other helper did hear
Complete thread -- I apologize. It DOES sound like she says "point blank".
Complete thread -- just now re-posted, though I had sent job already with blanks next to left and right :(
Complete thread -- Pg. 72 BOS has:
Complete thread -- To the poster above, I'm a little puzzled...
Complete thread -- Sorry, OP, I didn't even snap there was a wav for this, and now it's gone...
Complete thread -- It sounds very clear "point blank" I'd go as dictated.
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear that too where I couldn't before :)
Complete thread -- quote clean coronaries unquote
Complete thread -- "clean coronaries"
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- Observe this: My moniker is "rme" and my posts are my contribution to the thread.
Complete thread -- thank you, I had never either so was unsure lol!
Complete thread -- never heard of "point-blank" to describe vision - maybe just wants you to leave a blank
Complete thread -- vision (either point blank or put blank)
Complete thread -- nevermind-doc correcting himself
Complete thread -- sp knee surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- "just to the level of the glot"
Complete thread -- just to the level of the (glottis?)
Complete thread -- "to the glot" glottis
Complete thread -- At this point, under direct visualization, the endotracheal tube was s ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not sure what numbering you are talking about - he isn't numbering at all.
Complete thread -- 1 - rate of a 2 - The patient is having a
Complete thread -- oops got an extra "2" not #22
Complete thread -- #22. based on source of trouble swallowing
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant patient that was found to have an abnormal PET ...
Complete thread -- rme (NOT poi) posted twice in this here thread - the initial post, the followup post.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- changing
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Truncal lipodystrophy and <____> nevus ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- contour
Complete thread -- Healthy soft tissue attachments had been left on the upper lateral nas ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thumb pressure
Complete thread -- The osteotomies were carried all the way up to almost nearly the media ...
Complete thread -- These were performed very carefully in a very routine fashion without ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- actually, not jmo (see link)
Complete thread -- an appearance of ?
Complete thread -- I don't think I'd put a comma between component and dorsal, but jmo.
Complete thread -- no. he dictated in one go. Dorsal hump poor nasal tip support and wide bony nasal vault.
Complete thread -- We separated the medial and middle crus of the lower lateral cartilage ...
Complete thread -- is the comma dictated?
Complete thread -- nope. but ball of the foot does.
Complete thread -- does bowl of foot make sense?
Complete thread -- nothing missing. its his way of saying component dorsal hump reduction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- something missing here?: Open rhinoplasty with component, dorsal hump reduction...
Complete thread -- of rhinoplasty
Complete thread -- A thorough and comprehensive review of the potential risks and complic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a finer (i.e., smaller caliber)
Complete thread -- Again, special care was taken to mitigate contour irregularities by us ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Note s/b created (not crated)
Complete thread -- I hear "the prospective"
Complete thread -- We identified the lateral border of the pectoralis major muscle and th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "outer quadrant slits of the tail of Spence of the "
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Symptomatic macromastia. 2. Bilateral ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with the thickness of the flaps being?
Complete thread -- He did say *in*, but I am not sure I would have left it in after his correction
Complete thread -- We then made the vertical limb incision superficially through the derm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- Did you hear the "in"...I kept it in the change because I
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I'm so glad you too felt he was changing his mind.
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is "pattern ?in superomedially" and googling does
Complete thread -- correction to * superiorly and centrally based* (no medially)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Symptomatic macromastia. PROCEDURE PER ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it at the same tension,
Complete thread -- I opened up the AC joint using electrocautery but no formal Mumford wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also I hear"released in the area"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "just getting ?the (or ?her)"
Complete thread -- She had some frayed tissue and a small area of arthritic changes in th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I also hear *do best with retensioning*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Can't get the blank...but R U sure he didn't say "not drop into the joint"..I seem
Complete thread -- I thought I would have to ....drop into the joint (not trap)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- We evaluated the labrum some more and found that she just had tremendo ...
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: I think he changed his mind to say "She did require" (from "I did require"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 "?a (or ?the) last bit of"
Complete thread -- I hear #1 "once we put her to sleep"
Complete thread -- Prior to going back, we did evaluate her. She was a little tight. Sh ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- (period) I could see a large trigger nodule.
Complete thread -- (period). There was a large trigger nodule.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "Appeared to be a large trigger nodule."
Complete thread -- The neurovascular structures were brought out of the way. I released ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no problem. thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Boy did I screw up that one. Sorry guy!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- abrasion of the biceps anteriorly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- CORRRECTION: What is hear is "Upon entering in the shoulder, moderate etc"
Complete thread -- and placing
Complete thread -- Upon entrance in the shoulder and moderate synovitis, obvious superior ...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- barely allowing passage of the endoscope
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- who is *U* and *my*? Who are you talking about? I owned my post so
Complete thread -- U referred to "my" initial post was vague, the one where you owned it fragile bone poi
Complete thread -- I quite agree with you. Your QA is incorrect.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did flag it but QA changed it back and said that they both mean the same thing.
Complete thread -- Let me re-answer....The paragraph given say "AAP cautions
Complete thread -- QA wrote "either way, they mean the same thing."
Complete thread -- Thanks for responding. I just posted a clarification.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your response, but if you read the sentence again, the doctor is saying that
Complete thread -- I would not...I would type labrum and tell spellchecker to ignore
Complete thread -- See below. I just posted a response.
Complete thread -- To say so-so has cautioned to use soy-based formula in
Complete thread -- If anyone could answer my post below about "caution to" and "caution against," I
Complete thread -- Also, my spell checker never askes if I want to accept spelling always or just once.
Complete thread -- So do I leave the sentence as I have it then? Thanks
Complete thread -- With Word I just manually override by deleting. Sometimes it
Complete thread -- spell checker wants me to type 'labrums'. How do I edit? Thanksb
Complete thread -- does anybody have an opinion on this?
Complete thread -- thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- border of the clavicle
Complete thread -- Subacromial decompression.
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dynamized nail seems okay with the context (when googling)
Complete thread -- I would only cap Westfield
Complete thread -- Does this sentence seem correct toward end ...dynamized nail? Thanks
Complete thread -- Should Westfield School System be capped?
Complete thread -- It is Suture Card. Thanks
Complete thread -- GRYPHON ANCHOR WITH PROKNOT. I think suture cart is correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l suture cart
Complete thread -- Do "caution to" and caution against" mean the same thing? I think they're opposites,
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap unless it was part of the name of a specific facility.
Complete thread -- convalenscent center or Convalescent Center?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- *both ways*...
Complete thread -- Google has it both words and MS Word spellcheck takes it as 1 word, so I'd say (SM)
Complete thread -- Is it finger webspace or web space to be exact? Thanks
Complete thread -- right, and for one to accuse another without a moniker, well...
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- is that your moniker?...I don't think I have seen *observer* around
Complete thread -- Mine has been in a pot pie for leftovers, so ... it is GONE now.
Complete thread -- Dieter Buck-Gramcko's tendon retriever.
Complete thread -- Perhaps further explanation would help on the word "fragile" sm.
Complete thread -- Yah and I'm placing sanctions on Turkey (not the kind of turkey you Americans are familiar
Complete thread -- s/l 'Deeter' Buck-Gramcko tendon passer. Can't confirm the first part. Thanks
Complete thread -- is that you,
Complete thread -- My ears want to hear "REA," but don't know what it would mean.
Complete thread -- *kinda* - cuts off too fast.
Complete thread -- WAV is kind short - filled out "something" at Monash...
Complete thread -- Hmmm...
Complete thread -- Rudeness. Can't use your moniker? can't contribute anything other than rudenss?
Complete thread -- Yeah, I was thinking something like that to describe caput medusae.
Complete thread -- mebbe some sort of troll code?
Complete thread -- mebbe some sort of troll code?
Complete thread -- I didn't mean you - I meant the helpful poster who gave us a "link" to her google search
Complete thread -- so thankful I blanked it. Glad we have wonderful QA too!
Complete thread -- Thanks, I did google it but nothing came up. This is why I
Complete thread -- yes, you too can google it
Complete thread -- Yes, fragile Crohn's disease.. lining of colon becomes very fragile and easy to damage
Complete thread -- blank filled in for the fragile _________ disease if anyone is
Complete thread -- further investigation with a colonoscopy and I filled out the ___ to go on the waitin
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- also, no comma after 55-year-old who has
Complete thread -- huh? what does that mean?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- QA filled in the blank..... fragile Crohn's disease....never heard of that...
Complete thread -- change my mind - has anal fissure, listened once again. No "has"
Complete thread -- I hear has had anal fissure
Complete thread -- or past anal fissure...
Complete thread -- post anal fissure (what I hear)
Complete thread -- has anal fissure?
Complete thread -- ischaemic heart disease (he has two stents),___anal fissure, obstructive sleep apnoea
Complete thread -- not that my opinion matters this late after the question.
Complete thread -- I just googled too and that is all I can come up with too. Maybe a stutter on the "ga" ?
Complete thread -- Me either - but "prominent" came to mind without hearing the wav.
Complete thread -- might be saying "both stents" (see where says "both" stents.
Complete thread -- fragile bone disease?
Complete thread -- Did you remove the wav? I don't hear one.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- __?___to "avoid" the uterine segments.
Complete thread -- Always try and post more clues, pt being seen for what? PMH etc
Complete thread -- With washing and negotiation, the scope...
Complete thread -- Could post the IR procedure
Complete thread -- full with food. The _______ endoscope was brought into the duodenum
Complete thread -- I think ok, but double check, rewind listen for left ischial "spine" sp
Complete thread -- tp has fragile s/l gabone's disease.
Complete thread -- She has ______ vascular marking
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Stomach was full with food. The *washing negotiation* endoscope was brought into the
Complete thread -- Therefore, a decision was done to approach *both stats* continuously.
Complete thread -- the internal os and _______ to the lower uterine
Complete thread -- delivering of the left *left ischial head*. The umbilical cord
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Flow control cannula?
Complete thread -- It was not grossly unstable. An anterior portal was created in the ro ...
Complete thread -- thanks all.
Complete thread -- sounds clear to me.
Complete thread -- I hear what nm hears.
Complete thread -- that makes sense but I sure can't hear it.
Complete thread -- alcoholic liver disease
Complete thread -- Father is deceased, had cirrhosis and alcohol _____ disease.
Complete thread -- yep... I didnt hear that at first, but you're right!
Complete thread -- "left" hepatic tree,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ha
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I like yours better than mine...
Complete thread -- I hear "zero to go"....it's a phrase...see google link to see how it is used
Complete thread -- ?EUS (endoscopic ultrasound)
Complete thread -- EUS ? (exam under anesthesia) ?
Complete thread -- will be suitable and consent obtained
Complete thread -- CP: cholangiopancreatography ?? (googles well with the "or transhepatic approach" ??
Complete thread -- , transhepatic will be ______ to go and consent obtained
Complete thread -- nevermind... I have dyslexia today!
Complete thread -- PC pleural catheter?
Complete thread -- need drainage procedure either by *C P* or transhepatic approach
Complete thread -- s/l an E O S
Complete thread -- Hopefully op returned, if not, maybe w/help for next time.
Complete thread -- and I've not had many pronounce that one right, so ... it was just my WAG.
Complete thread -- yep knew it looked familiar
Complete thread -- AREDS - PreserVision Eye Vitamin AREDS Formula Tablets
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know - never heard that one before
Complete thread -- like a sliding scale
Complete thread -- is also (a) scale for usage of... (?)
Complete thread -- is also s/l scoe-fir usage of intravenous insulin drip for initial control TIA!
Complete thread -- Never mind, I found WOC (wound, ostomy, continence). Interesting specialty :O /nm
Complete thread -- s/l "wock" consult (ESL). nm
Complete thread -- Pt w/foot ulcer. "s/l*WOC* consult and x-ray of leg to rule out osteomyelitis." sm
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- NM. Nodule.
Complete thread -- persistent consolidation of right lower lobe with left lower lobe s/l not-yule TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l air-itz formula 1 tablet TIA!
Complete thread -- I sent it in for query. Thanks for taking the time to help! :)
Complete thread -- E. faecalis?
Complete thread -- s/l e-k-salis and pseudomonas
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! Big difference. Updating my notes
Complete thread -- AND - allow natural death (see link)
Complete thread -- AND - allow natural death (see link)
Complete thread -- Finding some reference to vitamin D status in infant critical care. ?
Complete thread -- Considering life support for 1yo patient, on *A and D* status
Complete thread -- simply a mavelous guess
Complete thread -- good try! I've read too much on it today and gave up.
Complete thread -- and RDI (respiratory disturbance index). I still think the doc is getting something
Complete thread -- Hypoxemia or Hypopnea-Pulse oximetry-Index ?? (HPI...I am totally making this up as a
Complete thread -- Oxygen Desaturation Index (ODI)?
Complete thread -- Thanks, t.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's not just saying it wrong. I can't think of anything else either.
Complete thread -- Patient with cardiology issues as well as OSA seeing a cardiologist for followup.
Complete thread -- good solve, Q!
Complete thread -- with an effective orifice of (see link)
Complete thread -- benzonatate (fits the dose and COPD)
Complete thread -- St. Jude Medical™ Masters HP Series
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- the 17 HP valve __________ 19 mm St. Jude mechanical
Complete thread -- I got it. SOrry.
Complete thread -- Waterston groove
Complete thread -- opened in *waterson’s* groove
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- See link for examples of term
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "restrictive parameters versus essentially close to normal." ????
Complete thread -- Woops...didn't catch that ....thanks
Complete thread -- I'm checking...but note s/b indicates (not indications)
Complete thread -- does not have any COPD, maybe possible restrictive s/l pare-uh-tin-bur-tiss TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I can't find anything remotely close either. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- I couldn't find anything
Complete thread -- s/l men-an-zuh-date 100 mg 4 times daily as needed. TIA!
Complete thread -- I could hear it once I listened to my wav online. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Palmar fasciectomy for Dupuytren's contracture.
Complete thread -- you too Taco and all my other WB friends, Happy Thanksgiving:)
Complete thread -- you make a good case, lb... but no matter what, I bet it was "looping"
Complete thread -- or (see my link LOL)
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Could be either way, but I think he's referring to looping of the scope (see link)
Complete thread -- having said all that, it is great my husband gets paid for 2 days he didn't have to work!
Complete thread -- There were probably afraid of being bashed for asking people to work
Complete thread -- agree, but I'd say looping of the colon, hard to get the scope throuugh.
Complete thread -- I only had a half shift but probably have to work tomorrow...
Complete thread -- looping (of the colonoscope)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l lew-fing sm plse for context
Complete thread -- Happy Thanksgiving to you too! Working today but out of work more often than not.
Complete thread -- Enjoy your time off, guy! Lovely song, pretty video too. (see inside for English lyrics)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Listening to this made me want to sleep. <yawn>
Complete thread -- I kinda hear "esophagus" too - but knowing what the CT scan was for might help.
Complete thread -- good pickup, lb - I hope the OP sees it. + Happy Thanksgiving!
Complete thread -- Esophagus? wonder what the radiologist said?
Complete thread -- spilt - split?
Complete thread -- vitamin D supplements ______ was noted to be tender
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- penis Filatov flaps
Complete thread -- furl or flap (?) (sorta makes sense to me)
Complete thread -- It was a WAV. The doctor said "flow significant". That was the answer.
Complete thread -- inner collar skin in a *ferler* flap type fashion
Complete thread -- Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your vacation.
Complete thread -- Going on 3-day Thanksgiving Holidays
Complete thread -- Have a good day. Going on days Thanksgiving Holidays.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- had an accompanying ?
Complete thread -- The patient is an athletic 16-year-old male who had a traumatic should ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- some advanced. Also, should be "being evaluated."
Complete thread -- After undergoing MRI arthrogram and been evaluated, the patient was co ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- alpha angle
Complete thread -- I don't know, but that guy sounds exactly like Marco Rubio.
Complete thread -- The patient is an athletic 19-year-old female who was diagnosed with f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "without associated ulnar styloid fracture."
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: Four-part intraarticular distal radius fracture ...
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- Yes. (see link)
Complete thread -- Patient will have stool for culture as well as ova s/l cysts and parasites. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- viruses and
Complete thread -- Past history is unremarkable except that she does work around the chil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- ebullient
Complete thread -- Yes, I think poi is right with "incisions" (plural)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- to bring all the skin incisions into close approximation (he makes corrections)
Complete thread -- after corrections I think he says "to bring the skin incision into close approximation"
Complete thread -- Since these are the patient's words, they may not be medical and I
Complete thread -- At this point, then took the 2 remaining leads and implanted them into ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient states her mood is s/l am-bull-ee-on. TIA!
Complete thread -- "Putting English on the ball" in billiards means making it spin...I don't
Complete thread -- I think I hear "again it would give English" ....there is a phrase
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear "needle"
Complete thread -- we then placed an SCS lead up the posterior epidural midline coming to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction and the link.
Complete thread -- I think he says "finding"...also think it s/b "in the posterior" (not of) (see link)
Complete thread -- At this point, we then placed a Tuohy 14-gauge spinal cord stimulator ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I think I hear "are explicit to"
Complete thread -- See link below...how you get them is to click on "Archives by Date", then
Complete thread -- archives by date (top of board on the right)
Complete thread -- We additionally discussed the risks and benefits as they <____> ...
Complete thread -- Is there a way to call up/read earlier posts from 11/25/15. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Relief could not come to a more deserving lady.
Complete thread -- I wish her the best. I have high hopes for her. **Relief could not c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- What I think he actually said was:
Complete thread -- We then made a small portal with a #11 blade scalpel through this work ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No need for hyphen on stem cell concentrate. Some terms
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- EDTA. These were sent (see link)
Complete thread -- What is the procedure name?
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "as first flush," or maybe "this first flush"
Complete thread -- Free flowing blood marrow was then seen. We aspirated approximately 3 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- On #2 I have a problem...What I think I hear is "PSS" which
Complete thread -- #1 "locale"
Complete thread -- At this point, we blocked the lateral branches of the left L4 lateral ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think the second blank is anecdotally
Complete thread -- I can't make sense of what he wants for #2
Complete thread -- On #1 I think he changed his mind and wants " and that it has not been
Complete thread -- At this point, after having discussed the nature of this, that it has ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would change to "and, of course, there is a significant
Complete thread -- On the flip side of that is, in
Complete thread -- There is also possibly need for surgery, failure of the procedure to w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "last lead"
Complete thread -- we then easily passed a SCS lead up the posterior epidural midline com ...
Complete thread -- I believe it was an ER note, not an OP note. And in any case
Complete thread -- There 2 caroatid arteries left and right , U.S. showed zero to 49% occlusion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nevermind. turning for second level.
Complete thread -- #2 is "M-110" (see link)
Complete thread -- Pledgets soaked with Afrin were placed bilaterally in the nasal cavity ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a pleasant boy who has a history o ...
Complete thread -- Yes. See these google hits with photo
Complete thread -- A limited tenolysis was done using a s/l tenotome. Thanks.
Complete thread -- See link...49% would not be considered as needing operation, especially as
Complete thread -- Nothing flowed significant. A 49% occlusion (clogged) IS significant "no flow"
Complete thread -- ACL Bone Mulch and Arthrotek component
Complete thread -- because "elevated at for now" makes so much sense.........
Complete thread -- There is no specific rule about when compound nouns should
Complete thread -- :) thank you :)
Complete thread -- "occlusion, i.e., nothing flow significant." - how I hear it.
Complete thread -- or is it i.e., nothing, flow is significant?
Complete thread -- nothing "flowed" significant or flow?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nothing flow significant (it does not limit the blood flow)
Complete thread -- I THINK he's saying "flow significant"...see what you think
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- I agree with "for now"
Complete thread -- I wonder if cath-on is "cath(eter) and" was then inserted into the stomach
Complete thread -- Bet you're right with 5.9, though. I "kinda" hear it.
Complete thread -- I thought 12.9, but that would be more than "mildly" elevated from what I can find about
Complete thread -- this pubmed article on the nomenclature and symbols shows to use > (meaning
Complete thread -- typo...I mean "introducer cannula"
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "introducer catheter"...see link for google examples
Complete thread -- I can't hear diddly squat of any of that, but 5.9 sure doesnt sound right.
Complete thread -- Are you sure it is intravenous. That doesn't make sense in the context of the sentence.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- PEG tube placement, s/l intravenous cath-on sm for sentence
Complete thread -- 200.9 ?
Complete thread -- can't make heads or tails of it
Complete thread -- anyone hear 5.9?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- for now?
Complete thread -- I'd probably leave it as dictated...
Complete thread -- holesterol is mildly elevated at __ with a glucose of 6.4
Complete thread -- I definitely hear codeine, but have never heard forte after it before
Complete thread -- that's how I understood it
Complete thread -- you sure he doesn't say "Codapane Forte"?
Complete thread -- codeine forte? Or Panadeine Forte?
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- He clearly says "but" - and now I'm thinking it might make sense that way.
Complete thread -- I also hear *do*
Complete thread -- should I change the 'but' to an "and" maybe?
Complete thread -- okay, after one read, I was ignoring it. :) *not a clue*
Complete thread -- I was expecting "do not" from the context, but it sounds like "do" to me.
Complete thread -- bleeding and perforation but (?do or do not) need to be removed.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- me too? (I'm a big ol' wino)
Complete thread -- Wow. I guess I don't ever do that kind of medicine (genetics?). Nada clue.
Complete thread -- Fluff to POI
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Googled, and I think you got it right T. Google link that might give help to OP.
Complete thread -- Girl, I wish I could help. I've never had this one before, but googling, see it a few
Complete thread -- cheers! :)
Complete thread -- right. I can't document Roman or not, but I usually use 3-4, just don't mix 'em. :)
Complete thread -- I had a whole paragraph written here, but then my puter locked up. (SM)
Complete thread -- whichever way, don't mix - either - 3-4 or III-IV
Complete thread -- She says C to T. Which sign seems appropriate. I found them both ways but more >
Complete thread -- I found "metaphyseal broaches" - can you hear that?
Complete thread -- total knee - see msg.
Complete thread -- Parkinson's disease...
Complete thread -- OP is describing ingredients of a compounded topical pain preparation.
Complete thread -- any mention of reason for admit, dx, pmh or dosages given
Complete thread -- ahhh, thank you taco!
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "perhaps" ?
Complete thread -- giving the iron
Complete thread -- I think we can try ___ but if her iron levels fall in the near future again
Complete thread -- 82-year-old male with hypertension
Complete thread -- Yes - welcome! We actually have a lot of fun here sometimes (I do anyway).
Complete thread -- sounds like I should stick around here more. ;)
Complete thread -- I think you mean "infamous." You're right - there are plenty of helpers here...
Complete thread -- stuffing!
Complete thread -- I wanted to ask there who the famous 4 helpers are. I'm not here that often, but in the
Complete thread -- possibly because of the bullying that goes on here so often
Complete thread -- But, riddle me this. It is stuffing - or dressing? LOL (I stuff my turkey...)
Complete thread -- I didnt read any of the posts, its just what I heard, then i read the posts.
Complete thread -- I wondered that as well. I've come across the same thing once before...
Complete thread -- must be. Unusual for us not to be able to post, so he must've blocked it for some reason.
Complete thread -- strange - I wonder if it's something billybob did
Complete thread -- only option is "Return to Messages"
Complete thread -- I found orphenadrine and imipramine in a compound like that, but not much like your s/l
Complete thread -- Enevoprine medication?
Complete thread -- no you're not - I noticed that as well
Complete thread -- Am I the only one who can't post a reply on the thread started by "ter" about halfway
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- no probs - you obviously weren't the only one who heard it that way.
Complete thread -- It may not be a "real" word, but I wouldn't consider it slang and I'd use it.
Complete thread -- barrel-chestedness? verbatim but no slang allowed. Is this acceptable?
Complete thread -- sorry for confusing you all with "essentially."
Complete thread -- Hey, you know more than most! It took me a couple listens...
Complete thread -- fwiw- i heard essentially too and can't hear contributing at all, but hey what do I know?
Complete thread -- it wasn't "essentially" - taco and Q got it below.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that may be "essentially" ___?______pain
Complete thread -- Disregard this.
Complete thread -- go with the suggestion above of "palpable" ...I hear it now and it can make sense
Complete thread -- I wonder, however, whether she MEANT to say ....that may possibly be
Complete thread -- picked up *on* the CT scan that may contributing to her palpable(?) pain"
Complete thread -- that may be contributing to her possible pain
Complete thread -- It also is possible that X developed an intercurrent gastrointestinal infection
Complete thread -- Sorry can't get it, wait for others tho
Complete thread -- Starburst ... with smart popcorn ?
Complete thread -- #2 sounds like "some Smart Popcorn" (not sure about capping - I think it is brand name?)
Complete thread -- NUTRITION: When asked to list everything she ate in the past 24 hours, she reported
Complete thread -- You are roght, but I'm going out of town, so won't be around to wish a "happy"
Complete thread -- turkey day? We recognize/celebrate "Thanksgiving" but not until tomorrow.
Complete thread -- addendum Just noticed the "source" was cut of on copy/paste
Complete thread -- still here. thanks
Complete thread -- Wishing you a pleasant and peaceful turkey day if your household recognizes this day
Complete thread -- yes, I believe it is fine sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear it now too, fwiw, if the op is still there.
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- Polypoid tissue and ethmoid cells were *enlarged* using the microdebrider
Complete thread -- I like this.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- I thought maybe "like to determine with me" but can't make that out either.
Complete thread -- "to ___ with me" Sorry, I can't get it after many listens.
Complete thread -- concerned with ??
Complete thread -- thanks. sm
Complete thread -- Do you have more context? What comes before this sentence?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- rotting
Complete thread -- However, if there is anything that you would like to do ___ me, give me a buzz.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- reposted. thanks for letting me know
Complete thread -- He said it involved bone
Complete thread -- sorry posted my wav withou refreshing. pls upload it again.
Complete thread -- Looking in his mouth, however, he has a number of ___ teeth and dental roots exposed.
Complete thread -- As a result of that accident, he had some sort of surgical procedure done in his
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- when it was originally in ?
Complete thread -- It had the number 320 cc on its posterior surface. We initially injec ...
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Complete thread -- fundal
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Esophageal diverticulum x2, gastric polyp. ...
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Complete thread -- dissected down...with releasing? placing? of our retraction
Complete thread -- Of note, during the case, we made sure that as we dissect down and exp ...
Complete thread -- 1. bed
Complete thread -- I think you guys were wrong on the post six down re: instrument tray.
Complete thread -- Lateral side had significant chondral defect and wear here at the capi ...
Complete thread -- right you are :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- Kocher - link
Complete thread -- Well I don't think any of you were very helpful to the OP, it must be an inside joke.
Complete thread -- We then closed the portals using 3-0 nylon and turned our attention to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- what was threatening?
Complete thread -- "threatened" by whom?
Complete thread -- seam??
Complete thread -- he repeated "with the biceps" so take one out,...______ addressed?
Complete thread -- actually the 4 helpers didn't make up stupid garbage trying to make
Complete thread -- Uh oh. I think you are being threatened ter. Notice how the 4 helpers gave no help
Complete thread -- He had similar issues in his left shoulder and did better with the bic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-). he says rentensioning clearly and in samples also.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- You could see where it was
Complete thread -- Upon entrance into the shoulder, he did have significant fraying of th ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I also see "retensioning"used.
Complete thread -- R U sure he is saying "retensioning" and not "and tensioning" (see link for
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- chondrocyte
Complete thread -- Elbow arthroscopic evaluation and limited debridement and DeNovo/< ...
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Complete thread -- lateral collateral ligament
Complete thread -- and good looking out, ter, to notice how wrong that was. :)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Instability, pain, right shoulder biceps tendi ...
Complete thread -- it's only one person who thinks that, the usual suspect.
Complete thread -- Pls see last comment.
Complete thread -- I think you guys were wrong on the post six down re: instrument tray.
Complete thread -- Don't think this is an operating room tray. It is specific to the component.
Complete thread -- haha, that's awesome!
Complete thread -- Spelling error above. If you truly hear "fanning", it could be a visual description.
Complete thread -- Me too.
Complete thread -- It s/l it could be 'stop.' Thanks for the help! I will suggest but turn in.
Complete thread -- Could it be inframmamary cutaneous (said really fast?)
Complete thread -- DX: SUBLUXATION WITH INSTABILITY, SUBTALAR JOINT. Thanks
Complete thread -- that's all I'm finding similar also, which I don't hear him saying either.
Complete thread -- Thank you, guys!
Complete thread -- dang...
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Complete thread -- I am finding a HyProCure subtalar implant (see link) tho I don't clearly hear him say that
Complete thread -- sharing... my ☂
Complete thread -- hyperlink for above link inside
Complete thread -- very, very wag
Complete thread -- fwiw, should be "with regard to that"
Complete thread -- stabilization with arthrodesis, subtalar joint.
Complete thread -- I would lean to this suggestion(oasis) or some form of word fascia
Complete thread -- Sharing. surgical instrument tray & x-ray/imaging used in the OR, tools needed to wor
Complete thread -- Ignore-- just saw already suggested
Complete thread -- standing? nm
Complete thread -- nevermind, just got it. "with regards to that"
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- fasciocutaneous?
Complete thread -- Does he mention any deformities anywhere earlier in the report?
Complete thread -- No...it's an "f" sound, fanning, fanni..
Complete thread -- standing? Guess.
Complete thread -- Breast reconstruction. The s/l*fanni*cutaneous deformities were excised bilaterally.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Later again, he says axilla & corrects to maxilla; so safe for me to change
Complete thread -- I have nothing to contribute but a giggle on this one. :)
Complete thread -- Wow, I'm hearing Marfan, but that is wayy wrong. ?? SORRY!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- maxilla?
Complete thread -- pls sm, doc says "axilla" but that cannot be right. ENT OR report
Complete thread -- hmmm, ok thank you!
Complete thread -- I think I can visualize an umbrella tone on this x-ray...
Complete thread -- I thought that initially but sure sounds like it starts with an N to me
Complete thread -- anyone hear Lovan?
Complete thread -- my thoughts exactly...beat me to the questions
Complete thread -- they see the instrument tray on x-ray? Did they leave it there after surgery?
Complete thread -- Navane?
Complete thread -- tray is instrument tray. Dural may be drill..Transtibial femoral tunnel drilling
Complete thread -- tonsillectomy and anxiety and is currently on ___ and intermittent Nexium
Complete thread -- yes, I'm sure of that too-still thinking about it
Complete thread -- not much help but I don't think dural belongs in there at all
Complete thread -- ahhh, I was thinking I maybe heard that but had to be sure, thank you poi!!!
Complete thread -- invalid
Complete thread -- x-rays status post ACL reconstr.
Complete thread -- accident that left him some deficits and he is now on __ pension.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- typo=too
Complete thread -- what is legal aid toom?
Complete thread -- and maybe 1st one is "investigations with " but still not sure anything is in the blank.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- not so sure there is anything in the 2nd blank, sounds more like a stumble. SM
Complete thread -- oops typo..."to give (to) her (info on her medical/legal) rights and"
Complete thread -- Many women in general and in domestic violence not aware they have rights & legal aid toom
Complete thread -- I would think means "to patient (to) her (info on her medical/legal) rights and"
Complete thread -- to give her HER rights? Otherwise, looks fine.
Complete thread -- probably referring to her rights as a parent with a child in CPS custody.
Complete thread -- Nicole from social work to give her *rights and* domestic violence resources.
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone. I appreciate the feedback.
Complete thread -- I get that, I just don't see it as a reason to flag - and your other example said "showed"
Complete thread -- Here are images of what is seen during fetal heart monitoring (includes
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, need help, thank you!
Complete thread -- Didn't mean hear, either.
Complete thread -- oops, visualize tones
Complete thread -- You don't hear or visuaize tones.
Complete thread -- She refers to it 3 times in the report. It looks ridiculous, but that's what she gets.
Complete thread -- I don't see any reason for a flag.
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- not verifiable
Complete thread -- She refers to "fetal heart tones" in the following situations. Would you flag it?
Complete thread -- need more clues. Possibly Comfrey, alternative med. for back pain, osteoarthritis etc sm
Complete thread -- Possibly a diabetic med, just in a list with Farxiga, etc.: *comtray* ?
Complete thread -- Pls disregard this last one.
Complete thread -- Sorry Guy, just read your post - I agree with you!
Complete thread -- I hear: The fluid wave that......
Complete thread -- If still need the blank, repost wav? cuz nobody will get that blurred snippet
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- wav only gives snip of a word (?) Guessing you figured out last blank?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- Also, is it less depressed THAN in preop?
Complete thread -- I don't hear the wav, but "improve" should be "improved."
Complete thread -- The scar tissue is less depressed in preop and certainly improve. She ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- possible
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left knee <____> osteoarthritis, media ...
Complete thread -- yeah, what she said :)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- more here. see link
Complete thread -- adnexa always plural.
Complete thread -- matt
Complete thread -- rise?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think you have your answer...Having said that, I would transcribe as dictated
Complete thread -- compared to the other side 1 to 2+ compared...dislocate it but she did ride to the?
Complete thread -- Once under general endotracheal anesthesia, had the arms examined unde ...
Complete thread -- adnexum?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- you're right. That makes sense.
Complete thread -- I think I hear pertinent positives
Complete thread -- based on *a* 14-point
Complete thread -- Was conducted by office...there were no further treatment positives?
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: <____> questionnaire and based on 14-point ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I saw him in the office...him. After a lengthy discussion with him, he
Complete thread -- is a 37-year-old male with a history of right-sided Achilles tendon ru ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Primary repair
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right Achilles tendon rupture. PROCEDU ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A prerequisite
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- We also discussed liposuction of her flanks which will be done at the ...
Complete thread -- I case anybody else notices it, the CPT should be 14060
Complete thread -- it is OR guy. you are correct
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- an overall fee of
Complete thread -- Some excision of this scar as an extension of the Z-plasty would be do ...
Complete thread -- Winquist intramedullary saw, Winquist technique and Winquist III and IV).
Complete thread -- To clarify, light duty type (you don't need hypens, really)
Complete thread -- I think you should leave exactly as you have it. It reads perfectly clear.
Complete thread -- I believe expansion laminectomy also called decompression(open up) laminectomy
Complete thread -- copy/paste of above...
Complete thread -- that's how I do it, for -like, -type, and -wise anyway.
Complete thread -- I was thinking there was a rule to only hyphenate the last word
Complete thread -- Agree...at the time I didn't realize it was an acronym, although I
Complete thread -- someone will probably correct me, but I'd do it 'light-duty-type activity'
Complete thread -- light duty type activity or light duty-type activity?
Complete thread -- I think the discussion does not have to deal with trademark name,
Complete thread -- thanks for info, new to me.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing that.
Complete thread -- here's where I got corrected, if you're curious.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- yes, sometime in the last 8 years I was told (and verified) this is an acronym.
Complete thread -- billybob, see link. did you change your mind?
Complete thread -- fwiw this is what hpisum.com states:
Complete thread -- brand name is abbreviation for "all-cotton elastic."
Complete thread -- I looked in the archives, and it looks like the common trend here is to cap only the first
Complete thread -- I only use all caps before inhibitor.
Complete thread -- I've always capped the whole thing according to the brand name.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- only first letter capped
Complete thread -- That's it: Toe to groin. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Do I have to cap it all, or is first letter capitalized sufficient? P.S. No acct. specific
Complete thread -- You don't know if you're a he or a she?
Complete thread -- ...ACE wraps all caps.
Complete thread -- toe-to-groin?
Complete thread -- After bilateral knee surgery: Total 'groin' Ace wraps applied. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- Looks like you're the one starting the fight. If I knew I was going to be credited as a
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- and I'm pretty sure it is hyphenated (self-catheterization). I'd also put
Complete thread -- Omnicef?
Complete thread -- She was started on *amnicept* for a total seven days.
Complete thread -- never mind - bad day here (proximal tube)
Complete thread -- paraplegia, status post *expansion* thoracic laminectomy
Complete thread -- tubal ligation s/l proximetry? Sm for context please
Complete thread -- This must be the "group" I see so often here bashing
Complete thread -- Don't be picky, he/she hit wrong key, Looking to pick a fight. ?
Complete thread -- Mr. Sam Spacialitay?
Complete thread -- All I see is a Winquist classification.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- oops oops, read it wrong, you had it spelled right.
Complete thread -- I think you meant "equipoise"=balance/equilibrium
Complete thread -- s/l ischial, sacral ischial, sacral lateral ligaments. plse sm for context
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Oops! Thanks much!
Complete thread -- I think he is saying equipoise. Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- WITSY 4 still seems reasonable as WISC IV (wis-see four) IMO. Also note that
Complete thread -- Patient with atrial fibrillation/atrial flutter, status post
Complete thread -- s/l *WITSY-4*
Complete thread -- 0.125%
Complete thread -- 40 mg of triamcinolone and **8th percent** Marcaine was injected without difficulty
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- hooo-OOO ra-a-a somebody found it. Should copy to archives for others too
Complete thread -- thanks for returning for update
Complete thread -- maybe s/l intimated is- ulcerated "intimal" mucosa (inner most membrane or layer of organ
Complete thread -- hmmm.. thanks for the thought. I will relisten.
Complete thread -- Song classification
Complete thread -- or rather, attenuated?
Complete thread -- tenuated?
Complete thread -- missing word pls sm
Complete thread -- P.S. When it's bilateral, it's common to have them performed several months apart. Not
Complete thread -- QA didn't think it was a correction and left it as is.
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- List of eponymous fractures and other good ortho stuff at bottom
Complete thread -- Dd look, no luck w/epicondyle fracture classifications etc. Check back, others may get it
Complete thread -- Hard to tell. I don't think he's correcting himself, but I would probably flag since it's
Complete thread -- ISGAL since UR here and MP# still up can you listen, 4 down the page
Complete thread -- I listened several times, does sound like a stumble by dip in voice tone but do flag st
Complete thread -- agree because see where is says circumference of canal (round like rosette).
Complete thread -- It's pretty clear.
Complete thread -- addendum I notice on google 2 different 1st names, sam spacialitay mayB relative
Complete thread -- pg 818 Stedman ortho 5th Winquist also pg 2338 Tessier surg word book
Complete thread -- maybe rosette is correct? as in, in the shape of a rose? How clear is it?
Complete thread -- something twist, maybe? wag
Complete thread -- were placed in a *rosette* fashion circumferentially around
Complete thread -- that should say, was solidly fixed, however...
Complete thread -- the s/l*win-quist*, it was solidly, however, so an extended trochanteric osteotomy wa
Complete thread -- sounds like *Song* type 5 fracture of epicondyle, unable to document.
Complete thread -- It doesn't sound like a correction to me. I wouldn't have thought twice
Complete thread -- flagged - didn't feel safe to guess
Complete thread -- Does it sound like he's correcting himself from left to right or did the patient have
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flap
Complete thread -- Using a switching stick technique, anterior portal was established wit ...
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying "being uppermost"
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and positioned supine on t ...
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Complete thread -- I think he stumbles then says "to both of her shoulders while"
Complete thread -- This patient is a 38-year-old female who sustained injury <____ ...
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying "via the string(?s)...see google link for descriptions
Complete thread -- We will plan an outpatient stent removal in approximately 4 days’ time ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "clean (period)"
Complete thread -- We then were able to advance the Bagley semi-rigid ureteroscope up the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/b stone-free (with hyphen) one of those that keeps the
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Complete thread -- parencyhmal?
Complete thread -- We advanced a flexible 7.5-French ureteroscope up to the kidney and a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- through the stent (and left in?) the kidney
Complete thread -- *thumbs up*
Complete thread -- advanced through the stent and left in the kidney
Complete thread -- If this is the same patient below the stone was said to be on the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- stent in the left ? (left ____ of ?)
Complete thread -- this blank was also steinstrasse (courtesy of pie solving above)
Complete thread -- No ikdalm got it.
Complete thread -- The Teflon safety guidewire was advanced to the <____> kidney ...
Complete thread -- Well I THINK the last word is stone...and he does talk about the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- steinstrasse
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant woman with a history of 25 mm x 20 mm right ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. will flag it.
Complete thread -- I can't get tell if he's saying something, giving punctuation or just changing his mind.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right ureteral stones <____> after ur ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It could be "and"....where he would be saying there is a
Complete thread -- and vs. in
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Complete thread -- amputated flush with the...
Complete thread -- This was dissected free from the spermatic cord. High ligation was pe ...
Complete thread -- got it- 2 liters of oxygen
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- waistcoating ? describing the shape/tightness of the phimosis
Complete thread -- whitish coating
Complete thread -- He has fissuring, redness, and some phimotic skin that is s/l "waste coating"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- visor
Complete thread -- He may also take light walks outside protected by sunglasses and ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- Wonder if it was oblique (found this great hip positioning link..see link)
Complete thread -- In a mental status examination paucity is mentioned as part of
Complete thread -- yes, for paucity of thought. see link
Complete thread -- The patient appears to evidence s/l paucity during the evaluation, TIA!
Complete thread -- "T negative" is a kind of T-wave abnormality, so can be possible.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wag- *space less* could be *spaces at* since multiple discs
Complete thread -- Judet?
Complete thread -- global degenerative change of the disk space s/l less stern L1-L5. TIA!
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound anything like frog-leg. Thanks everyone. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Wouldn't be frog-leg, would it?
Complete thread -- That's a puzzler. I looked but couldn't find anything close. :(
Complete thread -- I've always used ball-tip probe in same context and would keep the hyphen.
Complete thread -- Anterior-posterior pelvis, s/l barking view anterior-posterior of the hip TIA!
Complete thread -- yep, this was my thinking too, especially since "borderline."
Complete thread -- oh, hah, I see your point even more now, T. they're *contradictory* umbrellas, lol.
Complete thread -- it's just trollery here, obviously.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. sm/link
Complete thread -- please learn how to use the ☂ properly.
Complete thread -- "borderline" though - so might be abnormalities in some leads, negative in others?
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I stumbled over this wonderful site for orthopedic tests.
Complete thread -- Bacitracin-Adaptic dry sterile gauze
Complete thread -- "bacitracin zinc"? and... googled
Complete thread -- hearing dry sterile gauze not dry cell but still a word before this
Complete thread -- Negative Lachman, *eric?* and McMurray, and pivot shift. sm
Complete thread -- erysipelas
Complete thread -- paronychia incisin and drainage
Complete thread -- Facial cellulitis / impetigo **radisyphilis**.
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- She was given preoperative prophylactic antibiotics. She was then pre ...
Complete thread -- Ictal blindness in the form of a whiteout or blackout may be reported
Complete thread -- good night. thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- I'm headed off to Dreamland. Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Glad to hear it.
Complete thread -- Last one is Dr Ruth Barton (physical therapy) also in Newport, Oregon
Complete thread -- 2nd one is Dr Michael Balm in Springfield, Oregon, 8 minutes from Eugene
Complete thread -- TYSM, Q! Back to normal now.
Complete thread -- First one sounds like Dr David Long whom I found in Newport, Oregon, 2 hours from Eugene.
Complete thread -- cc: _____ Eugene, OR ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Yes, I just found it too, but hits are not showing a hyphen.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i searched in samples with feeler and got ball-tip feeler
Complete thread -- Stryker talks about a pedicle feeler....I'm trying to find the
Complete thread -- I then proceeded to remove the ligamentum flavum. I exposed the later ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think she says "He feels debilitated by his pain."
Complete thread -- I made one misstatement...the color under the A is red, but when you
Complete thread -- ms word problem, not me (guy). don't know how to rectify it
Complete thread -- I'll hang here a bit to see if you have further question.
Complete thread -- At the top of the page click on the Home tab...In the section Font, there is a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr Andrew Maslona in Coos Bay, Oregon
Complete thread -- All of a sudden typing in red with red underline. Not sure what I hit. TIA!
Complete thread -- cc: _____ dictating place, but unable to figure out ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??20 mg??
Complete thread -- Not sure, but think I hear "ondansetron ____ mg one p.o."
Complete thread -- Since the patient had significant nausea following the procedure, the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he says "After careful observation for heme"
Complete thread -- The skin was then infiltrated with 1% Xylocaine and 25 mL needle. Usi ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Can't get it. Sry. Seems I'm not having much luck tonight.
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Mammary hypoplasia. PROCEDURE PERFO ...
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- Since the left crease was manipulated, we went ahead and placed Mastis ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it.
Complete thread -- Onfi ?
Complete thread -- On the left breast, we did carry our dissection further where we disse ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- is that on the ?
Complete thread -- We went up and proceeded the dissection superiorly and minimal dissect ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing practice. lol
Complete thread -- pectus
Complete thread -- wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and dropped,
Complete thread -- I also explained to her that there is a chance that in the operating r ...
Complete thread -- s/l odd-vee 2.5 mg/mm 5 mg every a.m. and 10 mg every p.m. TIA!
Complete thread -- Preoperatively, I discussed with the patient extensively on multiple o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- smaller because the right breast
Complete thread -- thanks, guy! :)
Complete thread -- Ricky S. Harika, M.D.
Complete thread -- it was evident that the left breast was much larger and therefore we w ...
Complete thread -- Ricky ____, MD. anesthesiologist, San Francisco area
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and relaxed, it
Complete thread -- Prior to prepping and draping the patient, we assessed the volume and ...
Complete thread -- in order to obtain good hemostasis. Likewise, the left tonsil was exc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- 2. sparingly ?
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- Posterior choanae (think it would be plural in your context)
Complete thread -- I think she's saying "posterio choana"
Complete thread -- may be. thanks.
Complete thread -- Likewise, left tonsil was excised. Following this, the nasopharynx wa ...
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, would think it is adenoids (plural) based on OneLook definition.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- significantly
Complete thread -- Following this, nasopharynx and oral cavity were copiously irrigated a ...
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- maybe he was pointing out the exceptions?
Complete thread -- OP posted T wave abnormaities, so can't be T negative too.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- can't say I've ever heard it, but maybe just T negative in... ?
Complete thread -- Yes. s/l team negative - sorry
Complete thread -- is it supposed s/l team negative? see "negative" inside the post.
Complete thread -- is it supposed s/l team negative? see "negative" inside the post.
Complete thread -- T-wave abnormalities, appears to be s/l team V1, V2. TIA!
Complete thread -- Liver transplant: Identified a bile leak after our s/l*3-prong* assessment
Complete thread -- I think propensity may be right
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I googled "Gleevec or *" for GIST
Complete thread -- Sutent
Complete thread -- Gleevec as well as* sutan*. The patient is admitted
Complete thread -- listening over and over-now hearing the word stain
Complete thread -- all I can come up with for a s/l is propensity, but not sure that even fits here.
Complete thread -- plan for pat with possible Raynauds and getting labs
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- oops, I meant to say 35-plus-year history
Complete thread -- I don't know what BOS3 says, but I would do "35-year-plus history"
Complete thread -- hmm, I've heard of "graying out" spells, and (of course) blackouts, but not familiar with
Complete thread -- yes, sharp waves are often referred to just as "sharps"
Complete thread -- best way to type this BOS3
Complete thread -- posterior temporal swelling with *sharps*.
Complete thread -- 69-year-old female with abnormal chest x-ray suggesting
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- me too - all I can get is #3 something about 'incarceration and obstruction of the bowel'
Complete thread -- you admit you posted this, yet you deny ever being unkind to pie?
Complete thread -- #1 - (and) concern (for/about?) intraabdominal infection. (?The patient's plan is for?)
Complete thread -- or "obstructs the bowel" at this level
Complete thread -- 3. The incarceration is obstructing the bowel...
Complete thread -- 2. Primaxin
Complete thread -- with fevers __________ repeat OR today for evaluation. Will place the patient on ___
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- thank you for the explanation - not too familiar with this.
Complete thread -- meaning when he tried to vent the vessel he got no flow (probably
Complete thread -- Might be saying "there was no flow vented"
Complete thread -- ESL doc, s/l "low vented" (fem-pop bypass & popliteal embolectomy) sm
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- 1. is Marinol
Complete thread -- 2nd one is just a stumble over "His last...His most recent"
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- sorry, no cap on that
Complete thread -- Scour
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- hip pathology s/l swores test
Complete thread -- which is it? Here you say "not me" and above you admit it WAS you.
Complete thread -- ty both
Complete thread -- I would use it. It may not be a "real" word, but the meaning is clear from the context.
Complete thread -- I would use it. Knee catches, need to uncatch.
Complete thread -- use of the word uncatch.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and yet you deny posting personal attacks (smh) - glad you are finally owning
Complete thread -- except the bicipital groove in not even close to the elbow (read OP)
Complete thread -- YES, i posted this and well-deserved and correct (in response to post, by the way
Complete thread -- base deficit (see link - note there can be an excess or a deficit as it is a computation)
Complete thread -- Guess we'll just have to agree to disagree.
Complete thread -- Ditto.
Complete thread -- Arterial gas pH of 7.37, *gait deficit* was 1
Complete thread -- some of use the ☂ to indicate a garbage post (to protect us from the falling garbage)
Complete thread -- Just curious...What exactly does the umbrella mean that caused such a stink on here? lol
Complete thread -- geez, I guess I was late to the party again.
Complete thread -- MLC is multi-leaf collimator- not very familiar with this, so not sure it fits context
Complete thread -- MLC = multileaf collimator.
Complete thread -- multi-leaf collimator (MLC). sm
Complete thread -- Postmastectomy radiation MLC blocks
Complete thread -- It is reasonable to examine the shoulder as well as elbow/arm etc
Complete thread -- hasta, pie
Complete thread -- p.s. to taco
Complete thread -- What!!!! Attributeing threads to me not me. This 4-5 member group are really something.
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- fluff to pie
Complete thread -- yes, you have been, but that's neither here nor there. your inanity just exhausts me.
Complete thread -- #1. an open wound
Complete thread -- You R correct, it did not come up 4 me on google. Also, don't be unkind, I'm not toward u
Complete thread -- oh good lord, Darlene. SEE LINK
Complete thread -- ? sure sounded like Integra but it's a vitamin. Wonder if meant
Complete thread -- shoulder exam s/l elbow tenderness
Complete thread -- opps, just saw you said got #1
Complete thread -- can't get #1 either but I betcha, if you scan the text, it's there
Complete thread -- Integra and
Complete thread -- Integra
Complete thread -- got #1. flagging #2. Thanks.
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is a gentleman who has had <____> for quite ...
Complete thread -- should be wax and skin WERE removed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- heel
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Open wound to the right Achilles <____& ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- can't get the 2nd - sorry
Complete thread -- #1 panopacification?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Still working on your blanks, but it should be "had been," not "has."
Complete thread -- I originally saw her back in August and at that time, she had <___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. Thanks for sharing the link.
Complete thread -- yeah, I just did "la" for location because I figured it might another city close by.
Complete thread -- Good job, pie! I tried but couldn't get it - maybe because I was stuck in Covington.
Complete thread -- Chris Leumas (see link)
Complete thread -- I agree with that one too.
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after "posterior chambers." jmo
Complete thread -- Covington, LA
Complete thread -- location?
Complete thread -- The patient is a high school student with a history of chronic nasosin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Wax and skin
Complete thread -- After informed consent, the patient was brought to the operating room ...
Complete thread -- good night. thanks.
Complete thread -- it's not about restrictive vs. nonrestrictive
Complete thread -- I'm off to bed. Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- That one is always a tricky one because it depends on
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think a comma really needed here: inflammatory changes, further corroborating
Complete thread -- If you mean anywhere following "probable", also yes, no commas.
Complete thread -- If you mean before the last 2 two words...yes, without comma.
Complete thread -- R U sure about "posterior chambers" (?plural)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. without comma?
Complete thread -- original cause
Complete thread -- Preoperative imaging reveals hyperostosis consistent with chronic infl ...
Complete thread -- ?tachypneic?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "He volunteers that he had"
Complete thread -- He is alert, oriented, not ____( 0:06:45.3) , and appears to be in no distress.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 58-year-old gentleman with a history of chronic right ...
Complete thread -- I wasn't worried about you correcting me, I was correcting myself.
Complete thread -- Please disregard my terrible grammar...moving in and out of plurals and singulars.
Complete thread -- I wasn't correcting you. We were posting simultaneously. When I
Complete thread -- oops, right, small q, generic.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- How cute!
Complete thread -- ?quetiapine? (Seroquel)
Complete thread -- Quetiapine ?
Complete thread -- :) Snoopy's one of my faves too. I used to have this pic of him (and Woodstock)
Complete thread -- Patient is on fluoxetine and s/l ket-uh-pewn for depression. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- That one's worth a Snoopy dance! (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I do believe you got it!
Complete thread -- allergic rhinitis ?
Complete thread -- Found that scalpels (blades) can have handle size and blade size...here is
Complete thread -- Foot callus is debrided with a s/l three-twelve blade. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- see link for explanation of versions...in the find box at top click on versions
Complete thread -- Sorry. Yes, versions. I didn't read your post correctly the first time.
Complete thread -- ...or...?extraocular muscles?
Complete thread -- ?extraocular movements? ...or...?EOMs?
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- reactive to light and accommodation. s/l versions were intact without nystagmus. TIA!
Complete thread -- severe COPD with associated asthma, mild obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, ________,
Complete thread -- yeh just saw that too, thanks very much for looking
Complete thread -- might mean XenoSure but says angio
Complete thread -- I find a XenoSure (see link)
Complete thread -- by the way not saying Angio-Seal
Complete thread -- performed patch angioplasty using "Angio Sure" (or s/l angioshore) pericardial patch
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "articular surface, which is why it was not visible, but"
Complete thread -- #1 through
Complete thread -- The instruments were then placed in the subacromial space. Extensive ...
Complete thread -- anterior-to-posterior (compound adjective of tear)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- subcutaneous?
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after seated
Complete thread -- percutaneous
Complete thread -- A percutaneous portal was made for insertion of the anchor and it was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- decompress
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Codeine, s/l say-gruh-tor, and Darovcet. TIA!
Complete thread -- ...and the surrounding tissues.
Complete thread -- After this, the wound was irrigated with copious amounts of bacitracin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- right near (dehiscence near the canal)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right perilymphatic fistula. 2. <_ ...
Complete thread -- Vera Pyle's 10th Edition shows Gamma Knife (where both
Complete thread -- Will turn in. Thanks
Complete thread -- looks like you worked through it and figured it out. Way to go!
Complete thread -- NO! THis is it: With cystotome, I initiated CCC, and this was continued with Utrata force
Complete thread -- I got the complete sentence now. It is: At this time I initiated CCC.... Thank you!
Complete thread -- Before final suturing, several areas were ______ for 'edge' repair.
Complete thread -- I think it is 'CCC'. Continuous curvilinear capsulorrhexis.
Complete thread -- This is an old report I found. The sentence I misunderstand might be similar to this:
Complete thread -- I can't find anything for PCC. But it could be, 'at this time I initiated PCC(?)
Complete thread -- you might have it...I totally missed the last part of the blank
Complete thread -- Could it be 'cystitome initiated PCC?
Complete thread -- 1. at this time??
Complete thread -- 2. Utrata forceps
Complete thread -- Thank you for listening and helping.
Complete thread -- It is 'no'.I tried to listen for that earlier and could not hear it. Ugh!
Complete thread -- pretty sure it is no areas
Complete thread -- no areas? small areas? (sorry, hard to tell for sure, maybe what follows
Complete thread -- #1 is right. Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- 1. viscous fluid extractor?
Complete thread -- thanks isgal
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- No, audio is very poor, I know. I will post two more wavs. Thanks, isgal
Complete thread -- 1st one - possible ___?
Complete thread -- 2nd one- desensitization
Complete thread -- really hard to hear but maybe persistently? can you get a better audio?
Complete thread -- The patient was ______ refusing LMA or airway support.
Complete thread -- hypertension,____ seasonal allergies, allergic _______with no prior surgical history
Complete thread -- glad to help :)
Complete thread -- Thanks, isgal. I had not heard OU for a long time.
Complete thread -- Of course! Means both eyes. That would make sense since he both works on both eyes and on
Complete thread -- both eyes
Complete thread -- What would OU stand for? Could it be a stumble? Thanks.
Complete thread -- interatrial connection gives 1800 hits and intraatrial connection gives 56, so I would go
Complete thread -- OU?
Complete thread -- with 4 quadrants of artery and vein dilation and tortuosity ____.
Complete thread -- inter or intra? (see message)
Complete thread -- I'm always getting mixed up with Gamma Knife and nail as far as which gets capped.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- anoscopy
Complete thread -- once scant drainage is present?
Complete thread -- four-quadrant ______ was performed, no abnormalities.
Complete thread -- last word is (sounds like scant drainage), but can't get what it is before that. ??
Complete thread -- or comma. put in, in .... ??
Complete thread -- deep Hemovac and then superficial ____ .
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thalessemia is one of those I think
Complete thread -- ok, thank you!
Complete thread -- *as is, not as it
Complete thread -- I would leave it as it. jmo
Complete thread -- According to Questyr, it "used to be" trademarked.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I also heard an I at the beginning
Complete thread -- how to fix a double "in" for -> " a coronary artery stent put in in June 2015 "
Complete thread -- thanks, vlad... I'm gonna take your word for it.
Complete thread -- No trademark, so I've never capped gamma nail.
Complete thread -- Would it be a Stryker "gamma nail" "Gamma nail" or "Gamma Nail"?
Complete thread -- Would it be a Stryker "gamma nail" "Gamma nail" or "Gamma Nail"?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Good one. I want your ears!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot - that's a new one for me too
Complete thread -- woot woot
Complete thread -- I think you got it taco! nice solve
Complete thread -- Mediterranean (never heard of it myself, but "Mediterranean anemia" googles well)
Complete thread -- wow, there is a moniker we haven't seen in a while! welcome back oaompp!
Complete thread -- indeterminate? (sounds like it starts with a I anyway...lol)
Complete thread -- She also was recently diagnosed to have a ___ type of hereditary anemia.
Complete thread -- May I inquire as to the context? That may help us decide if it makes sense or not.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure the definition of 'fracture' clarifies that 'fracture lesion' makes sense.
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- agree with isgal, and while we're at it, I'd put a comma after "wound" in last sentence.
Complete thread -- sure, fracture= break, crack, shatter, splinter, split, rupture
Complete thread -- I would move the comma from after "at which point" to before it. jmo
Complete thread -- S/l crurization.. maybe trying to say a form of crust-crustation
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- ditto (and I would put a comma before "obviously")
Complete thread -- papilla was, papillae were
Complete thread -- probably - googling "fracture lesion" gets results, but might also be "fracture or lesion"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- with it exiting
Complete thread -- cell count
Complete thread -- there is no fracture lesion.....make sense?
Complete thread -- wound as well as ____ as well as culture and sensitivity obviously.
Complete thread -- Hemovac drain was placed deep into the knee ____ superolateral to the incision
Complete thread -- this out, as he showed...
Complete thread -- from NexGen ... was then placed into the tibial tray and secured...
Complete thread -- this out. ___ showed no ...
Complete thread -- polyethylene insert ____ total knee was in place into the ____ and secured
Complete thread -- Decision was made to wash ____ showed no evidence of infection and again continued
Complete thread -- There was some *crurization* on the base of the fissure.
Complete thread -- impediment - check spelling
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- mixed in an 18-gauge needle and its contents ___ procedure
Complete thread -- Having completed this in the tibial tunnel, 1 cc of dehydrated amnioti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- attritionally -- also I think it should be "in" the coronal plane.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- TY. Would have never gotten it
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, massive rotator cuff repair was carried ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- my guess as well
Complete thread -- impetus?
Complete thread -- impedement?
Complete thread -- plan
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic subacromial decompressi ...
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Lidopen is lidocaine hydrochloride but agree it sounds like "fen" and not "pen."
Complete thread -- Time for me to count some sheep. Goodnight.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It sounds like "Lidophen" but I am only finding it as a Greek medication and
Complete thread -- The eye was examined. A temporal paracentesis site was made. <__ ...
Complete thread -- I too found it strange in the beginning because it contradicted
Complete thread -- i was just curious since Total, dense, nuclear sclerotic cataracts are all types of
Complete thread -- Found this in the archives...appears to be the quote from BoS2
Complete thread -- If you have BoS2, check out the section on commas where it
Complete thread -- Oops, minor correction...it's to use commas for more than 2 adjectives.
Complete thread -- Personally, I prefer yours without the commas. I thought
Complete thread -- in samples it is Total dense nuclear sclerotic (without comma) so was confused
Complete thread -- Thanks. i guess i was hell bent to read "cyclo". never occurred to me to check second page
Complete thread -- Since the commas are used to describe cataract, I would put semicolon before "left"
Complete thread -- I googled....cataract paracentesis....and as I was skimming
Complete thread -- commas correct in preoperative diagnosis?
Complete thread -- thanks, all.
Complete thread -- pls share that google search. i want to improve my google skills
Complete thread -- Me too...only I couldn't verify it....then sideport popped up
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing temporal "cyclo". good catch that sideport. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ???temporal sideport paracentesis??? (note, I'm finding sideport spelled various ways)
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- temporal ____?
Complete thread -- tried but no luck. sorry
Complete thread -- The tube was then inserted into the sulcus space between the pseudopha ...
Complete thread -- sending with a blank. leaving MP3 up for a while in case anyone wants to give it a shot.
Complete thread -- The reduction pattern is similar to the _____ reduction technique with ...
Complete thread -- My hearing may be blunted...it could also be plural...eyelets
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing islets but was not finding in google.
Complete thread -- eyelet
Complete thread -- The plate was secured with two 10-0 nylon sutures. The knots were rot ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Apparently no hyphens needed.
Complete thread -- Despite his pronunciation, it appears to be irido-zonulo-hyaloidectomy (see link)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Neovascular glaucoma, left eye. 2. Mali ...
Complete thread -- I did listen to the song afterward without watching the video. Definitely more tolerable
Complete thread -- Thanks isgal. its a beautiful song though. if u listen it on a music system. nice beats:
Complete thread -- I can only speak for myself, but I don't think you have anything to apologize for. My
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for the link.
Complete thread -- here is the search I used to find it
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that was Seidel negative.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- All I can get is "_______________(new paragraph)"
Complete thread -- A balanced salt solution was used to irrigate out the viscoelastic and ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- A Kelly punch was used to create a Descemet punch of the trabecular meshwork tissue.
Complete thread -- I think he is referring to the instrument when he says
Complete thread -- what r u hearing in the wav?
Complete thread -- Googlings shows there is a Kelly Descemet punch and it
Complete thread -- ***A Kelly punch was used to create Descemet punch of the trabecular m ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- hypotony
Complete thread -- Next, a self-sealing paracentesis incision was created through which M ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and to provide ? (s/l "proveed" to me)
Complete thread -- not sure. Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Is he saying "and appropriate" ?
Complete thread -- The patient was given 1 mL of subconjunctival injection of 50:50 mixtu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yes, I think you're right.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m hearing placed these in two 5.5
Complete thread -- I think there's something after "cuff"...not sure what tho
Complete thread -- I think I hear "crisscrossed these and placed two"
Complete thread -- We then placed 2 FiberTape mattress sutures, crisscross <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "the _____ subacromially"....Perhaps he'll mention the instrument later in the report.
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #1 "the needle"
Complete thread -- We identified the rotator cuff tear in the infraspinatus <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??bare??
Complete thread -- curved over in a knuckle-like appearance,
Complete thread -- She did have some, what looked like the superior edge of the subscapul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and retrieved"
Complete thread -- We placed 2 sutures in a crisscross fashion, mattress sutures, we were ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also s/b delamination-like (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "translated" (see google hits for possible support)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He also had significant delamination like tear of the subscapularis. ...
Complete thread -- Also he says "and used our posterior portal as a working portal"
Complete thread -- this is correct answer
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- switched
Complete thread -- I felt that he would likely benefit from placing a inferior/posterior- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- and attached to the
Complete thread -- traction
Complete thread -- Not positive, but didn't the OP state it was an accit specific thing or something?
Complete thread -- oops, I saw "drainage post, did not realize it was OP.
Complete thread -- We placed him in a lateral decubitus position. Appropriate bony promi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- shoot, not sure, seems contradiction to me. Flag
Complete thread -- inferior glenoid
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and had the right shoulder ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- just an fyi - the OP posted 3 hours ago the answer was *drainage*
Complete thread -- and jerk
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for enjoying the song.
Complete thread -- Ty, Q. Not clear to me, so flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Ranges makes sense. Means the "mix or balance of dye & pancreatic fluid sm
Complete thread -- Yes, it was the video I couldn't watch. Maybe I should listen to the song without
Complete thread -- I remember that thread - you were perfectly fine and trying to be helpful and she was just
Complete thread -- yes, it was the opposite, but it's made me leery of correcting people...
Complete thread -- thanks for listening. Flagged it.
Complete thread -- I should mention there is a "tray" term used in this procedure, but I
Complete thread -- ignore above
Complete thread -- Hemorr?
Complete thread -- Wonder if x-ray= x trey where trey means 3....so...X3...see stryker link (though
Complete thread -- Xopenex, Prevacid, the patient has medical marijuana, ______ , Atripla, fluconazole
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS2 when used in your context (page 427...meaning by dimensions) use a
Complete thread -- Triathlon size 6 13-mm s/l x-ray tibial insert. TIA!
Complete thread -- I saw that, but I figured that was the opposite - about not capping a generic. I don't
Complete thread -- (drainage)
Complete thread -- s/l "range" but seems odd. Plse sm
Complete thread -- Breg errr immobilizer?
Complete thread -- SP anterior inferior labral repair
Complete thread -- Love it. Ooh la la.
Complete thread -- you noticed!
Complete thread -- is. Review is.
Complete thread -- Review of systems IS or ARE otherwise unremarkable. Review is or systems are?
Complete thread -- good guess regarding me. not my cuppa either. :)
Complete thread -- ohhh...taco has crossed over to the restriction side! haha
Complete thread -- thanks for all the input. Going to use eroded with a flag.
Complete thread -- careful, isgal - I had my shit jumped all over last week for giving capitalization advice.
Complete thread -- That's actually what I heard, but I didn't think it was right so I didn't say it.
Complete thread -- Coreg should be capped
Complete thread -- That's what I sorta hear too, eroded. ??
Complete thread -- giving it to him as dictated due to additional PMH posted
Complete thread -- would eroded work? Other PMH:He has lost significant vision in the right
Complete thread -- I think I hear "rotated"
Complete thread -- can't quite get it, but it really should be "conjunctivae are red" (though he says "is")
Complete thread -- deviated nasal septum. Eyes appear slightly _____. Conjunctiva is red
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ankle exam
Complete thread -- thx guy - I enjoyed the music...
Complete thread -- good job - and I didn't even see that little 'b' in your s/l!
Complete thread -- finally got it. BMAC (Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- matrix?
Complete thread -- ankle surgery treatment s/l b merick
Complete thread -- Can you hear IUGR? (intrauterine growth restriction)
Complete thread -- Barrett's --- might be another word after that, and it'd be "areas... *were* still noted"
Complete thread -- delivery included a *giegr* (s/l spells)and malpresentation
Complete thread -- Areas of _____ was still noted with mucosal inflammation and erosions.
Complete thread -- DIN? (a setting for the bindings)
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you for the help, everyone.
Complete thread -- can you hear "IVCD"? That would fit. (intraventricular conduction defect/delay)
Complete thread -- maybe APC? (atrial premature complexes)
Complete thread -- Sorry. I should have mentioned that. Yes, that is the end of
Complete thread -- fluff to 'nm'
Complete thread -- okay, thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- is your s/l the very end of the sentence? Can you give us the word(s) that follow?
Complete thread -- I can't say 100% positively it is "absolute" but I'm pretty sure that's it.
Complete thread -- Results of EKG.
Complete thread -- there is a "fin" on water skis, but not sure if the doc means snow or water.
Complete thread -- thanks - I also heard absolute but wanted someone else to hear it too. see below for more
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sure, sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #1 is possibly "absolute" - but I might have a better guess w/more context
Complete thread -- #2 blood supply to the tumor
Complete thread -- Thanks - I feel so enlightened now. :)
Complete thread -- Can you please tell us where this tumor is?
Complete thread -- not sure, but "conclusions were the following:" <-- colon after "following"
Complete thread -- I think he says "gallbladder" (not "other" disease) and I don't agree with "he was"
Complete thread -- bindings-probably just hesitating
Complete thread -- skier-no nothing of the sport sp knee meniscus repairs.
Complete thread -- I hear character of the blood spot of the, I can't be sure of word B4 embolication sm
Complete thread -- true that. :)
Complete thread -- agree bump sm
Complete thread -- Obviously, until we do an ____ embolization, it will be difficult to determine
Complete thread -- Sorry, no luck finding your s/l
Complete thread -- kinda hard to know without understanding a word
Complete thread -- misjudging of the audience, methinks.
Complete thread -- definitely hear bump and thinks he means the pillow
Complete thread -- sp rotator cuff release- sling usage without the s/l bump or bun?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- lol - I couldn't even get through it myself
Complete thread -- yes, prominent bump, known as the 'Popeye' sign sm *****
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "he was ordered a HIDA scan"
Complete thread -- it's no Shiva Stuti, that's for sure. :/
Complete thread -- other disease and _____ ordered a HIDA scan
Complete thread -- shoulder Popeye sl/ lesion
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: Fractured *stay* sacrum.
Complete thread -- Have a nice night.
Complete thread -- Incision line was then taped with 0.5-inch Steri-Strips after applying ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- quite a bit of
Complete thread -- Using this elevator, depressed zygomatic arch was then reduced. It re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- outfracturing.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- how to write it?
Complete thread -- tester-inserted?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2 .... at a
Complete thread -- CLINICAL HISTORY: This 47-year-old African-American female has ____ j ...
Complete thread -- Infiltration of anesthesia with local was then done in the incision in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sock
Complete thread -- The pump was encased in a Dacron <____> which was opened sharp ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- In the posterior trunk, she has localized fat <____> discussed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- reverse total shoulder....with a failed rotator cuff
Complete thread -- If she does not tolerate injections etc, we might consider total shoul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I hear #1 "rim"...#2 her. I could get her to the rim" Also
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthesia was performed over the left shoulder. With rega ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, not hearing that. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Something like "with no help whatsoever. She had" or "were no help whatsoever. She had"
Complete thread -- The patient is a 59-year-old right-hand dominant female who I have bee ...
Complete thread -- dairy fat ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Should think it s/b "palpated" to keep with the past tense
Complete thread -- them out
Complete thread -- The subcutaneous tissues were dissected in line with the incision. I ...
Complete thread -- Patient has allergies to lactose, s/l oral fat, mold, and penicillin. TIA!
Complete thread -- I think we have to give the credit to the OP...i just confirmed it :)
Complete thread -- from what I was reading on google and what pie found on published med,
Complete thread -- I hear infraclavicular
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- pie and I were discussing and it appears that either term is acceptable.
Complete thread -- infraclavicular? I hear some extra syllables in there for that too though
Complete thread -- I listened for that but hear an extra syllable or 3 in there. thanks
Complete thread -- ???intraventricular???
Complete thread -- There is a grade 2/6 continuous murmur best heard at the ____ area which disappeared
Complete thread -- me neither. awesome find, poi!!
Complete thread -- s/b antrum (not antral)...referring to antrum of the stomach..not used
Complete thread -- OK, thanks guy.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right arm abscess and constipation. ...
Complete thread -- for gynecological and also
Complete thread -- The upper endoscopy was normal. Biopsies were obtained of duodenum, a ...
Complete thread -- oops. :)
Complete thread -- you spelled it sequellae, :_)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- MIPO (Minimally Invasive Plate Osteosynthesis)
Complete thread -- ? MIPO ? ...see link with google hits
Complete thread -- Open reduction and internal fixation with s/l *Meepo* Stryker plate ?
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what I said.
Complete thread -- isn't it sequelae?
Complete thread -- I'm confused. Arm and colon?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Not a rule, but usually they refer to sequellae (plural) since
Complete thread -- what appeared to be a
Complete thread -- After risks, benefits, complications, and possible sequela were discus ...
Complete thread -- I'll post back if QA fills it in. thanks for trying! :)
Complete thread -- I can't find anything. Sorry
Complete thread -- sending with other blanks anyway, thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- ...plasma processing and generation of fibrin glue. ____ per the Smit ...
Complete thread -- I learned/learnt something new too. I don't think I've ever heard conjoint tendon. Not
Complete thread -- Yes it does - new dictator to me - thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- p.s. - I see that there might be interactions, but they are sometimes prescribed together.
Complete thread -- yes, "and Fioricet" was my guess - and since they are both for headaches...
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- I have a guess, but first may I ask what the context/full sentence is?
Complete thread -- Medication s/l impurasat. Poor audio and speedy dictator. Sm
Complete thread -- ty-straight should be strength
Complete thread -- I vote for "in."
Complete thread -- ii this in or and on Jobe test
Complete thread -- I think "and"
Complete thread -- good catch, i bet you're right
Complete thread -- is "excessive" supposed to be "suggestive?"
Complete thread -- sorry, I didnt come back in time, but glad the other helper did. :)
Complete thread -- googled and found these websites, and that looks okay to me: see linky
Complete thread -- Dont want you to think nobody was helping, but i can't find anything on this. Sorry.
Complete thread -- thickening but not sure of infolding
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks so much
Complete thread -- MRI shoulder. does this make sense? S/l infolding of the labrum
Complete thread -- neck here signifies "stalk" "stem" "attachment"
Complete thread -- What ?
Complete thread -- I'm seeing neck lipomas and cord lipomas on this search, but not really together
Complete thread -- On rectal exam, the prostate is smooth. Sixteen cores were obtained from 10 areas.
Complete thread -- but he says neck OF the lipoma cord - is that right
Complete thread -- oops... that's news to me! thanks for the correction, poi, and sorry to OP for my mistake.
Complete thread -- I thought the same thing taco so I googled it and:
Complete thread -- "as well as" the patient still lethargic
Complete thread -- conjoined tendon, not conjoint
Complete thread -- that's okay - see my google results (link)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- that is what i was looking for and word slipped my mind
Complete thread -- google shelving edge of inguinal ligament
Complete thread -- conjoint tendon to the *shelving* edge of the inguinal
Complete thread -- *neck* of the cord lipoma
Complete thread -- True. I will see if QA figures it out. Thanks again, bkloli.
Complete thread -- How about, "labs are pending"?
Complete thread -- cool - I found cyanotic/noncyanotic, but never heard it called "pink" before -good find!
Complete thread -- yep - i hear it now. "worse" psychosis worse? or "as well as" ?? not sure
Complete thread -- Hmmm.. how was it dictated?
Complete thread -- what is the correct english term for labs that are still being process ...
Complete thread -- what is the correct english term for labs that are still being process ...
Complete thread -- good job - I stand corrected
Complete thread -- Found website that mentions "pink tet" when baby is not cyanotic. Thanks!
Complete thread -- inherited type? (I realize it is not much like your s/l)
Complete thread -- I don't think either one makes sense. Can he be saying pentalogy of Fallot?
Complete thread -- s/l *pain* or *pink* type of tetralogy of Fallot
Complete thread -- hearing would benefit by any chance
Complete thread -- high-pitch
Complete thread -- knee modalities- missing a word or 2 because of high-pinch sounds
Complete thread -- could not hear pitting
Complete thread -- I keep hearing another word between psychosis and patient.
Complete thread -- Does it sound anything like nonpitting?
Complete thread -- psychosis. Patient still lethargic.
Complete thread -- yea, not the feet, just the legs
Complete thread -- Pt had worsening of anemia most likely due to hemodilution (?)
Complete thread -- edema, mostly *nonpedal*, no clubbing or cyanosis.
Complete thread -- I thought clopidogrel but that isnt an ointment?
Complete thread -- Turned in to QA. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Turned into QA. Thanks again!!
Complete thread -- the context was "hypocalcemia after thyroidectomy"
Complete thread -- Different options have been discussed such as s/l 'core' conization, such as LEEP
Complete thread -- few questions
Complete thread -- Thank you very much ...
Complete thread -- There is Artiss fibrin sealant
Complete thread -- s/l espleti (spells)
Complete thread -- Thank you so very, very much. There is just one more, which s/l globitalgo ointment to me.
Complete thread -- last one is fatty acid.
Complete thread -- 2. is Lumigan
Complete thread -- 1. is atorvastatin calcium
Complete thread -- One correction on first post of Rx list. THanks
Complete thread -- ESL dictating while watching TV. Please help. I know quality is not so great.
Complete thread -- skin tear, not skin thear (just in case somebody tries to verify that)
Complete thread -- it was a typo I didn't catch
Complete thread -- Sorry: Here is rest of post: We secured the pedicle in a media ...
Complete thread -- Bilateral breast reduction
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- left (uh) renal adenoma.
Complete thread -- site of question(able)
Complete thread -- There is a 1.2 left ______ cranial adenoma
Complete thread -- right lower quadrant ______ abnormality on CAT scan
Complete thread -- I only find just over 900 google hits for hemotin. I'd go with hematin -
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- yeah it is patient's last name. Mr. ___. Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 I feel comfortable for him to leave with his buddy?
Complete thread -- first sentence - expecting him first thing in the morning
Complete thread -- #2 a call to us if he has any
Complete thread -- The patient understood the serious nature of the situation and the nee ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- at this point
Complete thread -- The patient was then discharged to recovery in unchanged neurologic an ...
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- is this still about the Flowonix pump?
Complete thread -- don't know (sounds similar to one below, starts with R?), but *polymyxin*
Complete thread -- will get back to the blank after i finish the file. will post here if i hear it. :-)
Complete thread -- in the pocket deep to the pump after we placed 3 ligatures of 2-0 Nuro ...
Complete thread -- actually "then was put"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Duramorph -- 20 mL. The ____ was then put
Complete thread -- The catheter was then tunneled to the pocket and a section of the tubi ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- 2. be PVCs had abated, we
Complete thread -- Do you know what it is?
Complete thread -- thinking there might be some
Complete thread -- also, I hear "thinking," not "taking down"
Complete thread -- 1. run of 2. ____ had abated, we then...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Chronic pain syndrome 2. Lumbar radicu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. not patient's name. it is something else
Complete thread -- Then, Soon, as the <____> what I was told to <___>. W ...
Complete thread -- quite comfortable that Mr. _____ [PT's last name] understood
Complete thread -- I hear comfortable that Mr. _____ understoiod
Complete thread -- feeling quite comfortable _____ understood
Complete thread -- will go, the approach, and feeling quite comfortable with it ___ under ...
Complete thread -- He was ready to proceed and had done some research on his own on the i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has been ?
Complete thread -- Thanks. i got it.
Complete thread -- This was done on the right breast. She also has a history of ovarian ...
Complete thread -- you can repost, if you want. I checked a couple of times, and no wav ever showed up.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- blink
Complete thread -- The lid position is slightly lower on the right that it is on the left ...
Complete thread -- The patient returns to the office today after having bilateral upper l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble verifying "split"...and I am finding support for "splint" (see l
Complete thread -- I'm sorry if this is too late, but I think it s/b "a 2.0 suture anchor" (see Arthrex link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- posterior split at 90
Complete thread -- 1. skin tear on the ...skin thear here, we debrided this...
Complete thread -- Overall, the fracture was held in an anatomic position, even though th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- raft this piece up......any screws would have had to penetrate
Complete thread -- It was a bit collapsed here, but it still felt amenable to a tension b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- probably somewhere in the....movement
Complete thread -- , probably somewhere in the ... movement
Complete thread -- "i would" sounded like "we" to me. thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Of note, prior to repairing or pinning, I was able to get full range o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. at first he said we
Complete thread -- tremendous, I would call it mild to moderate. Shuck (test)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Once I had done this, I tied this down and this held much better. I o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- shelled out the remaining fragments...
Complete thread -- maybe listen for herniation in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- I therefore removed the plate and placed a 2-point 0 suture anchor wit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- being careful OF THE neurovascular structures
Complete thread -- Pt with optic nerve edema
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. posting first sentence wav
Complete thread -- and of poor bony quality.
Complete thread -- 1. bony? A portion of the inferior aspect BROKE free, but I..2 - with it?
Complete thread -- something wrong with first sentence not on wav
Complete thread -- I was able to mobilize this being careful to neurovascular structures ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- although not quite full at her elbow...motion at her wrist as far as...
Complete thread -- She had good flexion and extension but not quite <____> elbow, ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left arm distal ulnar malunion, unstable dist ...
Complete thread -- Lumbar interbody fusion. A s/l*riger slash retractor* was placed and anchored to the
Complete thread -- wrong answer t. Hypocalcemia is not a normal occurrence
Complete thread -- Thanks for returning and sharing.
Complete thread -- agree with all the above. :)
Complete thread -- just realized - he must mean locule
Complete thread -- CT abdomen, s/l "small nocule of gas in the SMV" sm
Complete thread -- ok all's well that ends well.
Complete thread -- the "perfect" post was pretty close in time to nm's post...
Complete thread -- I know that. I didn't mean to sound snarky but don't know why
Complete thread -- bkloli was just guessin there...
Complete thread -- so op hears spreader and u think it must be strut. is that what u
Complete thread -- I bet is IS s/l strut graft per suggestion by b k l o l i
Complete thread -- perfect,
Complete thread -- Hypocalcemia is a major post-operative complication of total thyroidectomy sm
Complete thread -- I heard adipose but I think guy decided it was auricle. We
Complete thread -- attestation?
Complete thread -- ok, will try to hear that
Complete thread -- maybe "which is a normal occurrence" (?) (which it is)
Complete thread -- ?spreader graft
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I've heard of "strut graft" in the nose before?
Complete thread -- Hypocalcemia after thyroidectomy, which *is not a reoccurrence*
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...distal ileum may have a rather thickened wall?
Complete thread -- guess - some kind of septal graft?
Complete thread -- For me, I'd prob use approximate but proximate & approximate nearly same sm
Complete thread -- pediatric scope covering his stricture
Complete thread -- wav already gone but google.com + structures & find your blank
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- columella ?
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- proximate versus approximate
Complete thread -- . Pediatric scope ________ stricture into the second portion
Complete thread -- It appears that her distal ileum had a _________ thickened wall.
Complete thread -- Next, tympanomeatal flap was then grafted as an underlay under the rem ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- because the middle fossa dural plate was down so
Complete thread -- As the mastoidectomy was performed, it was necessary to take the canal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dura
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: There was extensive cholesteatoma in the left epi ...
Complete thread -- i.e.: with one being very recent
Complete thread -- ahhh. or very recent ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rather recent?
Complete thread -- with one being ____ recent and?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- with one being ____ (I hear dilation but not sure how that fits)
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: The patient had a long history of chronic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- small mass...mandibular nerve effacing? branch of facial nerve?
Complete thread -- is he correcting himself?
Complete thread -- Virchow-Robin
Complete thread -- small vessel white matter disease and thalamic changes with large ____ spaces.
Complete thread -- My image has been carefully crafted so that I appear powerful, yet lovable. :)
Complete thread -- Definitely fits. Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- *marginally oozing
Complete thread -- That kinda sounds like the blood was clipped. Can you edit to "clipped gastric ulcer that
Complete thread -- Farxiga?
Complete thread -- PMH (sm)
Complete thread -- _______, carvedilol, simvastatin, metformin, valsartan, fluoxetine, zolpidem.
Complete thread -- nevermind. I think she's saying clipped. nm
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- know
Complete thread -- iron supplement and _____ that we may be ignoring
Complete thread -- Wow, just wow!
Complete thread -- Silver lining is a hopeful side of what sees like a gloomy surface
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- how about let's not clutter up the WB with garbage
Complete thread -- („Ÿ‿‿„Ÿ) Me too, a great day is starting
Complete thread -- >^.^<
Complete thread -- (ɔ◔‿◔)ɔ ¢¾ (ɔ◔‿◔)ɔ ¢¾ (ɔ◔‿
Complete thread -- Another great day ahead, inspire this thought in others too.
Complete thread -- thanks!!! :)
Complete thread -- heterophile?
Complete thread -- HIV antibody screen is nonreactive. _____ is negative. RPR is negati ...
Complete thread -- Stedman's Radiology has both. I go with whatever's dictated.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- According to Stedman's Neurology, basal.
Complete thread -- CT brain
Complete thread -- oops, gotcha. P C and N in 3 separate columns. No idea what those are either then.
Complete thread -- The way I read it, there was a P column, a C column, and an N column with Y/N underneath
Complete thread -- oh, you already said that above. so if PCN is for Primary Care Network, for example,
Complete thread -- Yes and No ?
Complete thread -- yes, reef, involving taking in a reef of tissue, an infolding or tuck of tissue, sm
Complete thread -- never mind, she's just saying interval. not sure how I missed that
Complete thread -- I do not believe that she has prolonged QT syndrome; as you know, the QT ___ can
Complete thread -- I have nada clue.
Complete thread -- so in that case what would the Y and N means underneath it. the ...
Complete thread -- Processor Control Number (PCN) or maybe Primary Care Network
Complete thread -- On a prescriptin, what would P C N mean? it is a table forma ...
Complete thread -- I think you have a typo at the end - help with swelling
Complete thread -- I thought of that too but didn't post. Sounds like a winner, though.
Complete thread -- Tubigrip?
Complete thread -- lateral malleolus fracture - lace-up brace with s/l tru grip
Complete thread -- agree with tract
Complete thread -- would think tract as in pin tract
Complete thread -- CT scan ankle- is it track or tract
Complete thread -- Agree cantral ok because MRI showed nothing like stenosis of central spine canal sm.
Complete thread -- does to me
Complete thread -- does the word central make sense here?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- ramp up
Complete thread -- yah!!! thanks, that's been driving me crazy all night trying to remember that.
Complete thread -- titubation
Complete thread -- Thank you all!
Complete thread -- sorry. it is Tricare. was confusing it for a drug.
Complete thread -- in archives Tricor suggested for what clearly sounds like tricare
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- raft up to the joint? (like screws in a row like a raft)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but note typo of "fat" which s/b "far"
Complete thread -- I got a total of 6 screws distally, got 2 more locking screws proximal ...
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything close. Sry.
Complete thread -- S/L toodidation
Complete thread -- I did find San Francisco General Medical Staff Rule and Regulations
Complete thread -- googling is giving some hits regarding "come-and-stay surgery" (see link) so
Complete thread -- went with come-and-stay patient. thanks
Complete thread -- "come and stay patient"? anyone familiar with this? hyphens standard?
Complete thread -- down girl, down girl, I was just kidding.... geeeez!
Complete thread -- thanks. but if i won't do it, someone else will.
Complete thread -- thanks Vladimir. ☺
Complete thread -- thanks Pie for the nice buildup. haha. 💐💐
Complete thread -- thanks Taco. it's really generous of you. thanks for the support. 😊👍
Complete thread -- another thought, maybe actually struggling to find the term cauterized on sm
Complete thread -- Since ESl, wonder if struggling to find a translation for term looking for
Complete thread -- sealed?
Complete thread -- fwiw Dorland's uses the space for both mm Hg and cm H2O...but BoS2 says
Complete thread -- well, tyrannical or not, you do cut a dashing figure shirtless on a horse, I will say. :)
Complete thread -- Pappone lesions (after C Pappone) many like to name things after themselves sm
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- ESL doc, pretty sure he is saying "killed", but plse sm
Complete thread -- That person sounds really bitter and must be living in the past. Globalization is here
Complete thread -- actually, I'm sure the OP didn't spellcheck before posting. Down, boy...down...
Complete thread -- one of those things like an adenoid without the N...
Complete thread -- What is an adeoid?
Complete thread -- never mind - "turbinate"
Complete thread -- DX: Adeoid regrowth;**toritic** congestion.
Complete thread -- I can't document this for some reason. Can you attach a link?
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation lb
Complete thread -- and..i've never spaced mmHg, always all together. i've actually not seen it spaced, but
Complete thread -- My doc always says cm 'of water pressure" and never says H2O.
Complete thread -- seconded. so very well said, especially about him being a credit to the MT profession. :)
Complete thread -- Congrats from Taco (in NM, USA)!
Complete thread -- yep, my thoughts exactly when I read that.
Complete thread -- I hear "a certain" too.
Complete thread -- wasn't sure if it was *uncertain*
Complete thread -- I just hear -- ...also "a" certain... (bit of a stumble, but nothing else there)
Complete thread -- agree!
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- on the dome or across the dome (of the atrium). Saw hits regarding this on Google.
Complete thread -- arthritis
Complete thread -- seems logical with arthris
Complete thread -- vein isolation with connecting lesions of *Pappone* and targeting of chronic
Complete thread -- shoulder x-ray s/l joint spur deformity
Complete thread -- Oh- I would include "pressure" if dictated, I just did it "cm H2O pressure" instead of
Complete thread -- I almost asked that same question but then felt the distinction
Complete thread -- Good job on "interim" above, though. I don't think I would've picked that up.
Complete thread -- Don't think so. I first heard "using clear liquids" with no "he is" preceding, but then I
Complete thread -- and do you ever hear "cm of water" and spell that out or do ya do cmH2O?
Complete thread -- Your quality most always looks great, even before getting help from the board. Good job.
Complete thread -- I use mmHg.
Complete thread -- curious - when dictated, do you type out mm "of mercury" or use the chemical symbol mm Hg?
Complete thread -- I usually do it "cm H2O" (it is like millimeters of mercury, which I do mm Hg)
Complete thread -- thank you. This doc dictated as "cmH20" normally I hear "of water pressure"
Complete thread -- cmH2O or cm H2O is how I see it, my doc says "cm of water pressure" which makes it easier
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- needing to verify as I am seeing this different ways, is it cmH2O, cm H2O, cm/H2O
Complete thread -- and fecaliths are so charming! (those brown marshmallows in Lucky Charms cereal!)
Complete thread -- thanks sooooo much
Complete thread -- thank you! I tried and no luck. Great idea!
Complete thread -- Three times is a charm?
Complete thread -- oops oops, didn't mean to post 3
Complete thread -- thank you nm!
Complete thread -- Fecalith: A hard stony mass of feces in the intestinal tract
Complete thread -- I've heard "glistening" foveal light reflex before. Maybe that?
Complete thread -- Fecalith: A hard stony mass of feces in the intestinal tract
Complete thread -- Fecalith: A hard stony mass of feces in the intestinal tract
Complete thread -- fecalith
Complete thread -- There was a PVD in the left eye with a ______ [s/l history of?] foveal light reflex
Complete thread -- The interim report =meantime, meanwhile,
Complete thread -- s/l...fi-co-lift....sm
Complete thread -- surem makes sense, also means approach/technique (used)
Complete thread -- The __ report from the histology from the duodenal biopsies revealed a nonspecific c
Complete thread -- haters gonna hate
Complete thread -- knee injection - makes sense- seated approach?
Complete thread -- He appears _?__ enough. I hear--- He is "using clear liquids now.
Complete thread -- Congratulations! "Your" success will encourage even more MTSOs to send the work
Complete thread -- agree with vlad - that's how I hear it
Complete thread -- He might be saying "He appears well enough. He is on clear liquids now."
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "It appears," but that makes no sense if "were enough" is correct. sorry.
Complete thread -- of the inferior mesenteric artery. ________ were enough
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yeah, that works. see link
Complete thread -- He's saying a code number. I hear M54.16
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Radiculopathy lumbar region <____>. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- or the ability to have it done.
Complete thread -- The proposed surgery has been discussed with the patient and all the r ...
Complete thread -- If you can hear that, I would be comfortable with it. Makes sense.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Packs were placed into the middle meatus consisting of Nasopore on the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- septal
Complete thread -- The nose was injected with 1% Xylocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine in ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- yeah, what billybob said
Complete thread -- #2. bladeless -note also says "Bladeless 5 mm port was placed in a periumbilical..."
Complete thread -- "Bladeless 5-mm port" at beginning.
Complete thread -- pressure. Epigastric and 2 right upper quadrant bladeless ports were placed
Complete thread -- CO2 gas was insufflated to 15 mmHg...
Complete thread -- The abdomen was sterilely prepped and draped. Then, 0.25% Marcaine wi ...
Complete thread -- I hear the same
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- with large _____ ?
Complete thread -- Congrats, guy! And thanks for your continued good board etiquette and respectfulness.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- incarcerated. After freeing....attachments, we reduced this into the
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: The hernia was found to be incarcerated after freeing up th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- YAY!!! I'm so happy for you! There are some awesome helpers on this board and it's so nice
Complete thread -- I would like to thanks all the helpers on this board. Because of you ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- There was severe right atrial dilation _____ of atrialization of the right ventricle.
Complete thread -- I agree with this
Complete thread -- I would suggest no comma after eventually BJMO
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: necessitated placement (not placed)
Complete thread -- I think he's saying for #1 "One of the small arteries leading"
Complete thread -- #1 ____ the small arteries and the veins?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- #2 afterwhich
Complete thread -- Eventually, we were able to free up the lipomatous mass circumferentia ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying..."Eventually"
Complete thread -- After delineating the margins of the palpable mass, the skin was incis ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dorsally, but on AP is in ?
Complete thread -- Three pins were then placed, 1 crossed into the proximal phalanx head ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- physeal plate
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- epiphyseal
Complete thread -- The deformity was increased and distracted simultaneously and then the ...
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks.
Complete thread -- it kinda sounds like 60 and 70 cm here
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pedunculated?
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Sessile polyps were identified at *16 and 70* cm, one was s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I was just going to say the same thing.
Complete thread -- 16 and 70 cm?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rectal bleeding. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSI ...
Complete thread -- Blanked.
Complete thread -- Pt. presents with finger injury. Med list: Tramadol, *ac-thyrone* citalopram.
Complete thread -- ..possibly even trying to go in and repair *or reef* the portion of the
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thumb guard - gotta love new dictators!
Complete thread -- I heard that too but wanted confirmation. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- saying "externalward."
Complete thread -- Repair of all tissues ___ was executed,
Complete thread -- Thumb/hand pain: She has been wearing some little thumb s/l scarve. Scarf? Unable to
Complete thread -- :) thanks! lol
Complete thread -- I'm still hearing "images" in there, but it's getting closer, lol.
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- thanks BB, I flagged, clearly says pro and not sure what he means
Complete thread -- great - thanks
Complete thread -- I think he might have meant 10 mL of 2% lido with epi, but that would need a flag
Complete thread -- floor?
Complete thread -- 1. budesonide nebs
Complete thread -- think I got it thanks to your guys' help. How about this....
Complete thread -- s/l pro of the larynx, sm please
Complete thread -- adenosine elevated??
Complete thread -- poi, could you see arrhythmia on "still" images?
Complete thread -- my vote is "problems with this, certainly concerning to her."
Complete thread -- 2nd blank -- His oxygen saturations were reported to be in the mid 90s.
Complete thread -- help with local anesthesia, plse sm
Complete thread -- patient's ___did not show any ____elevated so will not go ahead with ___antidoting?
Complete thread -- oxygen,
Complete thread -- patient's still? images did not show any arrhythmia, so we did not
Complete thread -- I am open to any guesses
Complete thread -- with this, certainly... or with this. Certainly....
Complete thread -- alcoholic wanting detox and also took 10 Xanax -- ROS section
Complete thread -- He was started on prednisone and is on DuoNeb with _____. His _____ saturations were
Complete thread -- Ha ha ha! You insinuated yourself into this part of the thread.
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 60 tablets
Complete thread -- Klonopin 1 mg b.i.d. p.r.n., had ______ just about five or six
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is referring to I-STOP (program)...see link
Complete thread -- beat me to it! :)
Complete thread -- I-STOP (didnt research much, but google that, not sure if I-STOP or I-Stop
Complete thread -- he Internet System for Tracking Over-Prescribing (I-STOP) Act.
Complete thread -- agree - that have persisted.
Complete thread -- The patient’s *eye stop* was checked.
Complete thread -- I don't have any recommendation for "extremity and THAT HAS persisted". The
Complete thread -- I looked at the thread and the op didn't seem insulted or offended by it and replied to it
Complete thread -- Also "and notes them" (not it) for same reason
Complete thread -- Think it s/b "she still experiences them" (not it) since referring to symptoms (plural)
Complete thread -- I would take out the comma before "but" since there's no independent clause after it.
Complete thread -- I'd probably go with numbness... and (SM)
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct here in long sentence? Is numbishness a word?
Complete thread -- I listened several times and can't get it, sorry.
Complete thread -- if that is what nm1 is getting at, which was the question, then
Complete thread -- there are actually lots of little tricks for effectively searching...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Doesn't take a genious to 'google'
Complete thread -- make sense with the previous sentence saying a subareolar release...
Complete thread -- some national companies give detailed courses on 'how to google.' you might be surprised
Complete thread -- ok - thanks for your input, nm2. You make some good points.
Complete thread -- advanced that into *this area of* subareolar
Complete thread -- He did have numerous _____ colonic adenomas
Complete thread -- I take the .com as being a little corny but who isn't a little corny? I'm betting nm knows
Complete thread -- more fluff to jftr
Complete thread -- my question has nothing to do with 'guy', or you (whoever you are)
Complete thread -- Is that the complete sentence?
Complete thread -- If "guy" can be spoonfed daily, I don't see why anyone else should have to
Complete thread -- s/l discle
Complete thread -- I don't see people insult people by telling them to google.com all the
Complete thread -- so... does that mean you are the 'nm' poster and don't want to answer the question?
Complete thread -- people suggest to google all the time. I don't lose any sleep over it and u shouldn't sm
Complete thread -- It was not I :)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- Fluff to jftr
Complete thread -- Only thing that comes to mind is "longissimus" (see link)
Complete thread -- trigger point injection s/l longisnus
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- fluff to nm -
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear "round"
Complete thread -- round
Complete thread -- I reviewed these images in the office and there is no change in this ___ lesion that
Complete thread -- Wonder if he was saying "Merchant and sunrise views"
Complete thread -- For archives Lichtenstein tension-free mesh repair,
Complete thread -- Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repai/ mesh repair/operation sm
Complete thread -- This is more likely.
Complete thread -- that's exactly what I hear, and I've had no luck finding it.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Lichtenstein-type
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "luxating-type repair"..trying to keep the
Complete thread -- There is a contact layer with a brand name of Restore. At this
Complete thread -- inguinal hernia...A *lexus-teen* type repair was performed
Complete thread -- Thanks. This is the page I've been looking at, but none of the names there resemble what
Complete thread -- or not.. ?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I think this is him - check link
Complete thread -- s/l De van ches cu ? Devanchescu?
Complete thread -- link - can't find the s/l doc name but this might help you.
Complete thread -- sure, like a sinus tract - makes sense.
Complete thread -- masseter space,
Complete thread -- She has had stable evidence of multicompartmental plexiform neurofibroma involving
Complete thread -- sorry sent too soon see above. :(
Complete thread -- unclear word s/l sinus
Complete thread -- unclear word s/l
Complete thread -- gums and teeth?
Complete thread -- Oral cavity: Good s/l comp of teeth. TIA!
Complete thread -- isn't that usually for shoulder?
Complete thread -- it was preclude as you said
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Grashey
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- some type of knee x-ray
Complete thread -- just figured it out
Complete thread -- preclude
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l pra cru later in this sentence
Complete thread -- *restore veil* and on top of that antibacterial silver containing dressing Acticoat 3
Complete thread -- pneumobilia
Complete thread -- She does have significant *no moe bilia*.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ARTHROSCOPIC FINDINGS: 1. Glenohumeral joint: Grade 1 and areas of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like "for a;" depends on what goes before.
Complete thread -- Subacromial space: <____> subacromial bursitis with AC joint ...
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic retrieval of loose body ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and maybe operative before it
Complete thread -- can't get the 2nd one, but I think I hear something about preparatory in there
Complete thread -- 1. pressure. The patient
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating theater and underwent examinati ...
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: Unchanged cartilaginous <____> florid adh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- who is in the midst of
Complete thread -- who is in the midst of
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE IN BRIEF: The patient is a pleasant 30-year ...
Complete thread -- :) I knew what you meant, just joshing you.
Complete thread -- haha. no but can tell by the sound he made
Complete thread -- you could see him on Skype or something? ;) ;) ;)
Complete thread -- end of report. he did smile faintly after that. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "All of this _____"
Complete thread -- pin *within* the fifth digit (All of this stuff has been dictated by me...)
Complete thread -- Might be supported by Postop Diagnosis #2
Complete thread -- The screw originating in the proximal phalanx is more dorsal. A suppl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "MTPJ"
Complete thread -- HIPJ (new one on me ... see link)
Complete thread -- INTRAOPERATIVE C-ARM, LEFT FOOT: Multiple AP and lateral views reveal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I hear "the digit did then lay flat etc" ...#1 "used at the beginning of the
Complete thread -- The second MTPJ was still noted to be dorsally contracted and the digi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flush
Complete thread -- This was predrilled first with a 1.0 pin and then this pin was placed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "and decided that a"
Complete thread -- I hear "stacked"
Complete thread -- Subsequently, we did reciprocally plane to refine the alignment. This ...
Complete thread -- go with poi - I missed the "by"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- reduced reciprocally planing the joint (not using - he corrects himself)
Complete thread -- reduced by reciprocally planing the joint..(yes to the rest)
Complete thread -- Good bleeding was noted to be present throughout the bone despite the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Hintermann distractor
Complete thread -- This bone was removed from the fusion site and a <____> distra ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- This was a ... These tissues were elevated A layer from the
Complete thread -- A periosteal/capsular incision was created on the dorsal medial aspect ...
Complete thread -- just curious...how do you think it would be possible in this day and age
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. condyle and we will just monitor this. 2. DeNovo
Complete thread -- impingement TO paring this down again.
Complete thread -- Once we were done, we did do a light chondroplasty in lateral femoral ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- you don't have to apolgize Q...even if you have a different opinion/correction
Complete thread -- I think he's just saying "paring this down again."
Complete thread -- I think Q has the sentence construction better...(see above)
Complete thread -- Looks like we were posting simultaneously...I was not trying to correct you.
Complete thread -- We did debride using an electrocautery in several areas to minimize im ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a paring down ...opposed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- continuing...pare down and it looked etc
Complete thread -- #getting it to look very good. #2 In fact, a very .....#3 we were able to pare down and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- my suggestions (see message)
Complete thread -- We therefore using a combination of shavers, biters, and electrocauter ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ACL had some fraying of the anterior surface which we debrided and ann ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- and I hear "that we debrided" (not and)
Complete thread -- at the end of the case
Complete thread -- at the end of the case
Complete thread -- It overall looked good. It was stable and intact to probing. Meniscu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- coming to get it
Complete thread -- These areas she said developed probably in June and were noticed by he ...
Complete thread -- googling exact phrasing "range of motion strengthening" indicates
Complete thread -- I dunno. it's only been around for 17 short years.
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- Get over yourself and don't assume, a so often refrain of yours
Complete thread -- Is comma needed here after motion?
Complete thread -- suggestion for next time, list what is being ranged (ROM) of what joint
Complete thread -- all I can think of maybe synovitis/synovial cyst, comes up on google
Complete thread -- Thank you, Questyr. I really overlooked that word in my word book.
Complete thread -- stigmata - a mental or physical mark that is characteristic of a defect or disease
Complete thread -- I would think "stigmata"
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "lattice"
Complete thread -- Need help with word please...
Complete thread -- REtinal detachment repair with scleral buckle and panretinal photocoagulation.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- www.med.monash.edu/cecs/gastro sm.
Complete thread -- .
Complete thread -- radial head resection, s/l "in plish of capsule" see msg plse
Complete thread -- or maybe adduction? hard to tell without listening ...
Complete thread -- can someone tell me if doc is repeating pharse "to 90 degrees of abduction"
Complete thread -- from today?
Complete thread -- blanked it
Complete thread -- knee fluid labs
Complete thread -- good guess, mel!
Complete thread -- I think most people are aware of this "google.com" that you speak of... kind of rude to
Complete thread -- sheesh - every time I try to post a link I get the double post - sorry about that
Complete thread -- 'antececal' would work
Complete thread -- 'antececal' would work
Complete thread -- No, "anal cecal location" is not correct. Cecum and appendix are on opposite side of colon
Complete thread -- Ample fluid was recommended?
Complete thread -- Hypotension. ______ [s/l en-bell-phoid?] was recommended. ?
Complete thread -- thank you all so much for your help, I think this is going to be a flagging one.
Complete thread -- Never mind. s/l it ends with "thana" or something.
Complete thread -- found this (hint from LB) not sure what it is (Moorabbin) location
Complete thread -- I can't hear it clearly, but could it be Dr. Puneet Mahindra?
Complete thread -- Thought this page might help (see link) but I can't find anything that s/l - maybe you can
Complete thread -- I can't listen, I never can get rid of old wav, I get one shot then old wav stays.
Complete thread -- reading rather quickly, I take it, there are many locations?? sm link
Complete thread -- S/l Polly ***bana (molbana, morbana?) no help from me today. :)
Complete thread -- yep, i looked all over the website and there is NO listing for doc names.
Complete thread -- usually hear retrocecal - not sure what your doc means?
Complete thread -- locations can vary from reading, my guess is anal cecal location
Complete thread -- I did that and cannot find anything... All it talks about is jobs, not the actual current
Complete thread -- You need to start using google.com (Quicker 4U too.) link you can click and look around
Complete thread -- Doc name help for a CC, doc is a registrar in AUS at Monash Medical Centre
Complete thread -- or even "dry" incisions repaired.i
Complete thread -- acute appendicitis in an s/l*anna-cecal* location. It was partially retroperitoneal.
Complete thread -- I hear "cut of" (see google page with hits describing the instrument)
Complete thread -- upcoming lumbar surgery-only hear last half
Complete thread -- thought so
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Circumferential __________ APC was introduced and extensive
Complete thread -- s/l "dye" ??
Complete thread -- don't hear this mp3 ?
Complete thread -- Old wav was "Once this could" - (be felt)
Complete thread -- Once this could - (be felt)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The _______ incisions were repaired with Dermabond
Complete thread -- Once _______, the plastic sheaths were
Complete thread -- bilaterally ejected urine visualized?
Complete thread -- Bilateral _______ visualized. The cystoscope was then removed and the _____ fluid wa
Complete thread -- I can't hear that, but I'm not sure what I do hear. 2 syllables
Complete thread -- isgal could you take a listen to wav below since you are here
Complete thread -- MP3 already gone maybe missing word is "was done" ?
Complete thread -- don't hear mp3
Complete thread -- "was then" infiltrated. Wait for another ear. I think she turns her head away from mic
Complete thread -- Once this _______, there was no further
Complete thread -- the midline ______ was infiltrated
Complete thread -- nevermind- saying support her foot
Complete thread -- bunion deformity
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- AC.
Complete thread -- I then entered the subacromial space and performed bursectomy and acro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- performed, especially since the patient was not having
Complete thread -- The patient had a Buford-complex that I felt was present and therefore ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- improvement....viscosupplementation
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. amount of improvement
Complete thread -- Given this, the patient’s obvious lack of articular cartilage and the ...
Complete thread -- bolded and flagged. thanks.
Complete thread -- or as a guide too?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as a guide tube.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- after a percutaneous...( NOT here for)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- percutaneous hydrodiscectomy
Complete thread -- If the above post are related to this one, this suggest is wrong.
Complete thread -- The tie down grommet was sharply removed and the electrode cut and an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- used for her lower chest...
Complete thread -- Plan today is to remove the electrode <____> chest and abdomen ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has now become quiescent, here for percutaneous discectomy. However,
Complete thread -- The patient has had a previously placed spinal cord stimulator for a T ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- by sectioning its 1 silk tie-down
Complete thread -- A transverse incision was made through the old scar on the right. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- VAPR
Complete thread -- Think he is referring to VAPR (wand) (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear vapor but don't have time to verify this - have to get some kids up and out
Complete thread -- I noticed he had some thickened synovium and fat pad at this point whi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rebound synovitis, protecting against this.
Complete thread -- Through the spinal needle, I injected 80 mg of Depo-Medrol and 0.25% M ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Future ... of today's
Complete thread -- The remainder of the examination being normal, the scope was withdrawn ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The remainder of the examination being normal, the scope was withdrawn ...
Complete thread -- Got it. If she does live in Israel, it would be about 4 a.m. for her now.
Complete thread -- She has indicated she lives in Middle East,thought the is part of isgal could be Israel :)
Complete thread -- I thought it might be a public service announcement they might want
Complete thread -- Not isgal. I usually post as nm. Curious as to why it would make sense for her though?
Complete thread -- yes, I did. I googled trying to find a video or something to learn more about it,
Complete thread -- is this isgal? I think it would make sense to be transcribing if so.
Complete thread -- thanks, will listen again. did you hear the wav? It was actually pretty funny.
Complete thread -- well, as long as you're paid appropriately for it, np, eh? weeeird.
Complete thread -- not supposed to be - this was supposed to be an endocrinology report. The voice is
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear due to HER diarrhea
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- General transcription? (just curious)
Complete thread -- oops - and sorry for the double post too
Complete thread -- sorry - about
Complete thread -- colestipol
Complete thread -- sorry - about
Complete thread -- thanks - honestly not sure - I was given this to transcribe and have no idea what it's abo
Complete thread -- thanks - honestly not sure - I was given this to transcribe and have no idea what it's abo
Complete thread -- thanks - honestly not sure - I was given this to transcribe and have no idea what it's abo
Complete thread -- Repeat colonoscopy in 5 years due to family history of colonic polyps. ...
Complete thread -- that link is a mess in IE, better to use Firefox or maybe Chrome for it, gah.
Complete thread -- is this some kind of joke?
Complete thread -- Molotov
Complete thread -- Happy New Year, guy!
Complete thread -- If you happen to be holding a ____ cocktail or rock, do not throw it at passing cars.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- agree, just read, is a man-made form of vitamin B12
Complete thread -- attained? the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This was removed as best as possible with cold forceps polypectomy tec ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- site
Complete thread -- which is B12, btw, so does make sense with the B12 deficiency listed.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: History of incomplete polypectomy at 70 cm. ...
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: The colon was well prepped and tattooed <____> 70 c ...
Complete thread -- peeked even (bite me pie)
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamin ?
Complete thread -- thanks for the backup you two. I was afraid of my recommendation as
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- well, that was not the greatest link, they're comparing adult stem cells to
Complete thread -- typo, got and extra letter in there s/b embryonic
Complete thread -- s/l sigh-oh-albumin 1000 mg IM monthly. TIA!
Complete thread -- NO, don't flag, I listened is was embroyonic and I read entire long article. sm
Complete thread -- poi, I think you actually got it. was gibberish to me until I read your embryonic.
Complete thread -- will flat it. thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't think that is it or it surely would have been listed under
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- yeah. will upload them for sure. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- looks like fun. Make sure you take some pictures for facebook.
Complete thread -- embryonic injection??
Complete thread -- Today's Diwali so we were told to login at 5 a.m. so we may finish work early to celebrate
Complete thread -- what are you doing awake??
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Chronic left tennis elbow. TITLE OF ...
Complete thread -- What surgery was performed?
Complete thread -- The patient had the tourniquet released. The patient had the <___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everybody!
Complete thread -- I hear at the umbilicus area and suprapubic.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- subsequent?
Complete thread -- female patient, btw
Complete thread -- ...lower lungs, better seen on prior CT ____ chest x-ray on October 29 ...
Complete thread -- Anyone: Could it be he is saying 'three suprapubic' meaning 3 mL injected there?
Complete thread -- TY. :-)
Complete thread -- 2-plus-inch lipoma
Complete thread -- dictator says "2 plus inch" lipoma. Okay like that?
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation. Marcaine 0.5% with epinephrine, about 7 mL, at the umbilicus_____ s
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- ty-that's it
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for hanging in here with me Oasis!!! :)
Complete thread -- Good job!
Complete thread -- Okay..I do BELIEVE it was...prior to tying the last knot. Once the last knot was secured,
Complete thread -- Especially if it sounds like "last time," it certainly would fit.
Complete thread -- scalene block?
Complete thread -- oops see link
Complete thread -- See link. Supports "last stitch." Ctrl F "last stitch"
Complete thread -- Now that you said that, I'm wondering if he is saying "last tie"? You think??
Complete thread -- sp shoulder surgery
Complete thread -- Last stitch?
Complete thread -- I wish...It sounds like either lance stop, last stop, last time..If he would just slow his
Complete thread -- I wonder if he saying something regarding hemostasis?
Complete thread -- Oh thank you!!! Dang...I should have caught that
Complete thread -- Arteriogram with a #11 blade? Arteriotomy maybe? (not an but a #11 blade)
Complete thread -- flush-back was undertaken prior to the s/l"lance-stop*. Once the s/l*lance-stop* was
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I think it's free fills cuz they usually say free fills and spills of dye
Complete thread -- Exactly. Nobody owns that abbreviation, but whatever... haters gonna hate.
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- ___fills?
Complete thread -- intraosseous synovial cyst?
Complete thread -- free flow?
Complete thread -- MRI shoulder
Complete thread -- ?Spill and ???
Complete thread -- Looked up the trademark and it just says "dietary supplements," so I guess it's not
Complete thread -- you all are amazing! Thank you soooo much!
Complete thread -- tubal patency test. This showed ___ both tubes and she has regular 28-day cycles wi
Complete thread -- I have also seen Q use the JFTR (just for the record) so don't blame it on Taco (T)
Complete thread -- Nice to know my ears aren't completely shot. :) I heard the Micro part from the beginning,
Complete thread -- Not to mention it seems to be for babies. :)
Complete thread -- I heard that too (Microlyn)
Complete thread -- I thought I heard Microlyn, but that's a "digestive fiber," so don't think so.
Complete thread -- oh yeah, way to bite the hand that tries to help you.
Complete thread -- Interesting, thanks for sharing info
Complete thread -- That might be it, because Genie Solutions is Australian owned.
Complete thread -- Dictator may be referring to hospital software Genie Solutions Medical Software sm
Complete thread -- thank you for trying!
Complete thread -- I just think sea missed her manners classes and then when called
Complete thread -- all I see is someone viciously attacking a helper for no apparent reason.
Complete thread -- charted on Geni? (not verified..just what I hear for the last blank)
Complete thread -- it is posted, I just checked
Complete thread -- i'm not hearing any wav
Complete thread -- punctuation in case not a typo it s/b 3- to 6-week recovery (hyphen after 3)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Coversyl Plus ___ charted ___
Complete thread -- thanks for explaining why it didn't make sense... I didn't have time.
Complete thread -- have you tried google.com thermalgesic thermogesic
Complete thread -- ___ used to look after her gynaecologically
Complete thread -- doesn't make much sense to me
Complete thread -- I don't think it makes perfect sense at all.
Complete thread -- thank you poi !
Complete thread -- thank you nm!
Complete thread -- agree, makes perfect sense
Complete thread -- or flooding noted on light protection
Complete thread -- anyone else?
Complete thread -- or need or light protection???
Complete thread -- I would give it to him if clear - something midway between two or more different things
Complete thread -- ty- using unequal
Complete thread -- noted by?
Complete thread -- periods are much improved, lasting five to seven days with no clots or flooding ___ l
Complete thread -- mildly unequal? inadequate?
Complete thread -- questioning factored and compromised, make sense
Complete thread -- knee exam-diag grade 2 MCL instability
Complete thread -- thermogesic or thermalgesic?
Complete thread -- multilobed ?
Complete thread -- knee MRI
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, Oasis.
Complete thread -- ...synonym for got
Complete thread -- acquired?
Complete thread -- No. Not a quote from the patient.
Complete thread -- Was it a quote?
Complete thread -- The patient has coronary artery disease and presents for
Complete thread -- actually, jftr=just for the record
Complete thread -- JFTR = TACO=T IN THE ARCHIVES, LIKE TO HIT AND RUN
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The lower eyelid or orbicularis function is measured by a snap back test.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. posted below.
Complete thread -- in the upper abdomen and to some extent in the lower abdomen -- waiting for question.
Complete thread -- We have discussed this again today and have noted that unless she lose ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- just stumbling, imo. healing after
Complete thread -- The path report indicated that these were completely excised. He has ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- ah, okay. i did blepharoplasty snap test, and it googled well.
Complete thread -- not operative but new patient visit. Thanks. writing snap test.
Complete thread -- my suggestion is try the name of the procedure with snap test
Complete thread -- how did you google it?
Complete thread -- snap test or SNAP test?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a gate for a trailer.
Complete thread -- This is a 41-year-old male who injured his left arm picking up a < ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- but it did not...
Complete thread -- as bad as the
Complete thread -- She did have some tearing noted on preoperative MRI but did not appear ...
Complete thread -- might help if you were an honest person and didn't use different monikers to prove you're
Complete thread -- I'm with you mo/twag.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- breasts has not changed.
Complete thread -- Bain's ... Dr. Bain ??
Complete thread -- Her medical history with her breasts is <____>. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a previous patient of mine as well as Dr. <____> ...
Complete thread -- make that butthurt-whee my favorite word is in the dictionary now!
Complete thread -- i see a lot of butt-hurt in this thread. :_)
Complete thread -- That's OK.
Complete thread -- That's your opinion, not mine.
Complete thread -- That's right mo, it's not.
Complete thread -- Thanks, appreciate your help. Will remember that for the future.
Complete thread -- I don't need your luck or your attitude.
Complete thread -- Sorry I made that mistake with your name.
Complete thread -- geez, I think sea, as have all of us here, seen very bad ongoing attitudes
Complete thread -- Apparently the account/hospital name is sea's secret - none of our business.
Complete thread -- jftr - bkloli was not "mo" - I was, but you're right that I had no "attitude".
Complete thread -- Well thanks for using a moniker, sea. I'll be sure to never give you a suggestion again.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear
Complete thread -- i think it is as simple as 'likewise.' Thanks
Complete thread -- Loose body ______ was noted still attached to the labrum.
Complete thread -- Sea, that's rude and you are way off base. What bkloli said
Complete thread -- addendum I forgot, U might try google +acct hospital name + hospital software used
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- PAC PNGI sounds like a hospital software program,(pt record viewing
Complete thread -- Starting your sentence with "might help if" seems to indicate a bit of an
Complete thread -- I'm still just speechless. .... .... wow.
Complete thread -- wow, that's kind of a rude post, "you're a big help" - just wow.
Complete thread -- so you don't want to tell us where the account is?
Complete thread -- Omeprazole is capped per my account specifics so that's why I capped it. You're a big help
Complete thread -- okay, with nothing else to go by, here's my wild-ass guess...
Complete thread -- might help if we knew where you are or where acct is (also, omeprazole not capped)
Complete thread -- Doc spells these letters - have no clue! Oncology note, see msg.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- the limb leads
Complete thread -- I also did an EKG but only used ______.
Complete thread -- as he could just be describing the shape, it is possible
Complete thread -- There was an extra-articular *triangular* basilar fracture of the proximal phalanx.
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- whatever your account specifies - if no specs, spell it out.
Complete thread -- in minutes/days/weeks/months, etc., spell number? two to three days or 2-3 days?
Complete thread -- OH HECK... I hear that "br" word - burnished steel !!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ignore that one, go with the one below
Complete thread -- steel metal corneal protector.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ahh...he's saying "metal... steel corneal (correcting to steel)
Complete thread -- skin index of 6, 8 watts...
Complete thread -- to fixate the lid crease.
Complete thread -- running bite _______crease
Complete thread -- 2?s
Complete thread -- Prolene is capitalized...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that or Ian Willard but cannot verify either, sigh
Complete thread -- steel is okay, but i'm not finding the brener ? I find stainless steel though.
Complete thread -- Good job - thank you!!!
Complete thread -- bite is fine. I hear that all the time in eye surgery. and debulked (no hyphen)
Complete thread -- the end of the procedure, *brener steel* corneal protectors were placed and fractiona
Complete thread -- lac - slang for laceration (I'd spell it out)
Complete thread -- Another example...
Complete thread -- s/l orbital lack
Complete thread -- sounds like "Ann Willard" to me, but I haven't been able to confirm that.
Complete thread -- A guess, since can't hear it & don't use without a listen. Racemic Lasix (mixture)
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- the pre-tarsal fascia and running *bite* to fixate the eyelid crease
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She did undergo a gastroscopy with __ in 2009 - Dr is in Australia
Complete thread -- any stress (period)
Complete thread -- He denies intake of caffeinated beverages and _____.
Complete thread -- #2 is something about "transversus pollicis" and I maybe hear "C-arm" in there
Complete thread -- there was an audible "and palpable" click.... aligned "on" AP and lateral...
Complete thread -- #1 dorsal "force [angling]" volarly
Complete thread -- #2 is "additional stability" (not INstability)
Complete thread -- applying dorsal _______ volarly pushing the
Complete thread -- multi ?s
Complete thread -- not sure but you need semicolons in there with all those commas.
Complete thread -- Defer to taco, as above.
Complete thread -- I can hear historical here but really hear started below. You're probably right for both,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "historical provider" is what I hear for both sound files
Complete thread -- "started by provider" again?
Complete thread -- 900 mg at bedtime __________ , milk of magnesia 400 mg/5 mL
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "started by provider"
Complete thread -- 20 mEq tablet once daily __________, vitamin D 2000 units
Complete thread -- lopinavir/ritonavir (Kaletra) -- HIV med.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- two capsules p.o. in a.m. __________ tablet 200-50 mg takes two
Complete thread -- med s/l recetika
Complete thread -- Gastric antral vascular ectasia (GAVE)
Complete thread -- GI bleeding due to *Gabe’s*. He fell at
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes, hearing that, but believe must mean "amino acids-protein hydrolysate"
Complete thread -- vitamin D, amino acids, *protein Hydrolyte*, Aldactone, Demadex (can you hear this)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- At this point, the operative site was gently prepared by using <__ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- still no idea about #2 ... ___mized
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing both thermal and femoral. double minded
Complete thread -- the thermal ... not sure about #2 yet ... thermal
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Total hip replacement with chronic pain. ...
Complete thread -- Once in place and after confirmation of the fluoroscopy in proper posi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Or if poi's answer is correct, then it s/b "that was" (again to correlate)
Complete thread -- Think it s/b "There were"...to correlate with "that were"
Complete thread -- was small venous skin edge bleeding?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- There was no pulsatile bleeding. There was small <____> skin ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- all of our x-rays showed
Complete thread -- Think he's saying extensor tendons (not extension)
Complete thread -- All the screws were checked for stability and had excellent overall st ...
Complete thread -- gmta
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Oh, I see poi has made similar recommendation. I was not making
Complete thread -- 2. minus the styloid _____??
Complete thread -- I would think...We always selected 2 below this.....just from instinct...but
Complete thread -- 1, selected two below this....iatrogenic injury
Complete thread -- We always selected to below this and used a smooth locking peg to ensu ...
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Open reduction and internal fixation under fluoro ...
Complete thread -- no luck. Knowing the procedure might help
Complete thread -- This was then pinned with a K-wire through the radial styloid through ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- his name was Dr. Richard Steadman...not Stedman
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2. Steadman awl (sm)
Complete thread -- 1. repair
Complete thread -- After the medial meniscus <____> was performed, there was < ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- with the patient, he is made..
Complete thread -- I think the sentence ends with postop visit. After discussion...
Complete thread -- He is made nonweightbearing. Crutches were given.
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in a brace locked in full extension and was tak ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Without poi's suggestion and your answers, I could not get it either.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he is 36 years old
Complete thread -- at 36 years old did state...
Complete thread -- how old is he?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- palpable click, and pain in the medial joint line.
Complete thread -- Once the MRI was reviewed, we did discuss the possibility of repairing ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yeah, I couldn't get anything at all till I saw what he said previously.
Complete thread -- possible click, pain over the medial jiont line.
Complete thread -- After an exam, the patient has positive McMurray, possible ____ with m ...
Complete thread -- yeah. but he certainly did not sound like that to me at that point. :-)
Complete thread -- sorry I got interrupted...though I do agree with Q.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- again, the patellofemoral joint
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort. i though that too but he said previously
Complete thread -- I can't get it but since said *again, *...maybe you can compare with something
Complete thread -- The knee was then extended and the medial plical band was removed with ...
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Complete thread -- stress was placed on the knee (I would not start sentence with *the*)
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Complete thread -- At this point of time, the notch of the knee was visualized. There wa ...
Complete thread -- SpeedCinch™
Complete thread -- A probe was used to anatomically reduce this meniscus and at this poin ...
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Complete thread -- to the posterior capsule to help us restore a healing base
Complete thread -- At this point of time, we then took a rasp and performed an aggressive ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 3. pulled with a probe? 4. there was a large amount of stable root.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. nub of root. 2. was split posteriorly Can't get the other two.
Complete thread -- Once the probe was in the medial compartment, there was a small SLAP t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flap
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right knee medial meniscus tear of the posteri ...
Complete thread -- drizzle some chocolate syrup on, and I'll think about it. :D
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- bite me
Complete thread -- and if you said "bite me" to that, I would totally understand, lol.
Complete thread -- too long, even. ;) ;) ;)
Complete thread -- too long even
Complete thread -- I agree with pie...*I knew I was taking to long researching that darn hyphen lol
Complete thread -- btw, just hearing this: *The medial meniscal repair utilized 7 all-inside sutures..."
Complete thread -- all-inside sutures
Complete thread -- all-inside. see link
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Diagnostic and operative arthroscopy of the right ...
Complete thread -- Vitavite (?)
Complete thread -- thanks, I left a blank.
Complete thread -- OC "might" be oxygen cannula but can't figure the NB/NV? SM
Complete thread -- maybe OCNB (something nonrebreather?) I am guessing...
Complete thread -- s/l OCNV?
Complete thread -- D, amino acids, __________, Aldactone, Demadex, Venofer
Complete thread -- Guess U didn't see text, said SP=status post degen. tee sus=tenodesis
Complete thread -- was referencing recurrent which is the word you're likely to hear in
Complete thread -- How would degenerative tenodesis" work when tenodesis is a procedure, not condition?
Complete thread -- Maybe so, but even a late answer can go into the archives for the future MT who needs it.
Complete thread -- my take on quickly reading up has to do with gene mutation dysfunction
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm out of my realm here, but I see acute intermittent porphyria
Complete thread -- Ahh, makes more sense because he apparently said "fall in blood count" previously, and I
Complete thread -- LOL! No. Sorry about that.
Complete thread -- Can you hear "antidiuretic" for intermorphic?
Complete thread -- drops his blood further ??
Complete thread -- please see msg
Complete thread -- "drops that _____ (?farther?)" wag
Complete thread -- been anemic for a while, but _______ in spite of outpatient treatment
Complete thread -- safety??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He plays football as a running ____ and midget.
Complete thread -- s/l tee sus m/be tenodesis since mentioned degenerative tee sus
Complete thread -- The link shows there are two root words..recur and reoccur and
Complete thread -- I think Elvis left the building a long time ago!
Complete thread -- changes?
Complete thread -- arthrodesis?
Complete thread -- S/l retinopathy to me, but I think whatever he is saying is mispronounced since he's
Complete thread -- it's been said that a thing only occurs once, after that it recurs.
Complete thread -- disease?
Complete thread -- x-rays shoulder SP surgery
Complete thread -- Just so there is no confusion...Vera Pyle's does make
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- there is a labrum in the shoulder and it seems verifiable. see
Complete thread -- Here are forum comments on partial labrectomy CPT coding (see link)
Complete thread -- I still here previous wav dealing with L4 vertebral body
Complete thread -- s/l labrectomy for shoulder?
Complete thread -- been anemic for a while, but _______ in spite of outpatient
Complete thread -- no diabetes plus she had already dictated eye exam. This is apparently
Complete thread -- any mention of diabetes as in diabetic retinopathy, maybe she is misreading the term
Complete thread -- under HEENT: Nose – Deviated nasal septum. Mild _________
Complete thread -- 1 in Lachman, rather than saying Lachman grade 1
Complete thread -- periodic?
Complete thread -- previous ACL repair- s/l 1 n Lachman
Complete thread -- recurred not reoccurred
Complete thread -- can you give a few sentences prior to s/l, reason for admission
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- transforaminal approach. (period)
Complete thread -- The attention was then turned to the <____> approach <____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There is a word "preordinate" which can mean preordained...or
Complete thread -- patient will be admitted to ICU for s/l pre-order-it blood monitoring. TIA
Complete thread -- hollowed
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Today, I have discussed autologous fat injection of the cheeks, especi ...
Complete thread -- ok. Thanks
Complete thread -- link -first search you should do
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- required cutting and tearing and then closing in a....
Complete thread -- Marcaine with epinephrine was injected. A #15 blade scalpel was used ...
Complete thread -- that makes sense
Complete thread -- please help- thank u
Complete thread -- mp3 deleted now
Complete thread -- maybe more like... Allergies: To Accolate. Ondansetron and levofloxacin cause headaches.
Complete thread -- some say "allergies to," but she kind of messes that syntax up
Complete thread -- Accolate? (I also here two...not sure what that is about)
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: ____, ondansetron and levofloxacin cause headaches
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 at the fascia #2 The nodes were
Complete thread -- These lesions appeared to be large reactive lymph nodes that were pres ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would place a period after cells.
Complete thread -- 1. cells 2. to try to catch any
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- the knots being left
Complete thread -- with the knots being left
Complete thread -- The conjunctiva was then reconstructed with resorbable fast-absorbing ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to all. Maybe it is blue locked mist collar...had to send w/blank. nm
Complete thread -- A #15 blade scalpel was used to excise the dysplastic lesion which had ...
Complete thread -- Q --So far, no luck either, 4 sources, multiple section headings in
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It does to me, meaning talking about the age of the greater trochanter fracture sm
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I've heard of Babe, the blue ox?
Complete thread -- any chance it is Vac-Lok?
Complete thread -- I think there is a "mist" collar too
Complete thread -- I have heard of "blue rhino" ?
Complete thread -- Adult tracheostomy, uses a (s/l) *blue well oxmith* collar/nm
Complete thread -- Let me check my crystal ball.
Complete thread -- Ah. Acronym for 'fall onto outstretched hand'
Complete thread -- FOOSH
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying push-type
Complete thread -- pat with TFCC tear
Complete thread -- To anyone reading this...despite being given the answer, I'm
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Client filled in blank with Kahn 1 view.
Complete thread -- Did the OP even see this?
Complete thread -- I also wonder if paracentral-posterolateral (meaning both) could be intended??
Complete thread -- They seem to contradict each other, but I don't feel comfortable advising anything. If it
Complete thread -- doc correcting here? MRI Lumbar spine
Complete thread -- There is a thing such as Stryker outrigger (mounts) ?
Complete thread -- Not familiar with stem cell at all, but researching brings up nada. Sorry.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I can't find "exact phrase" but I think means docked+to placed in/inserted into sm
Complete thread -- s/l fracker
Complete thread -- appropriate insertion device *were outriggers* for alignment and impacted into the
Complete thread -- femoral stem and trunnion to be *docked* anteriorly to the acetabulum
Complete thread -- (she stumbles on levator ani)
Complete thread -- in the levator ani muscles
Complete thread -- I hear but also tender trigger points in the ___ ani muscles?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ok, thank you nm!
Complete thread -- I may not understand your confusion, but it says not to
Complete thread -- A guess, tender s/l trick (maybe means trigger) muscles, I don't have an ear for her yet
Complete thread -- she does not have any atrophy symptoms but also ___ muscles and right-sided vestibulo
Complete thread -- Invaginate= to infold one portion of a structure within another portion
Complete thread -- thanks for the update, much appreciated also
Complete thread -- see if you can hear "invaginated" sm ***
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- For me, I'd put as dictated, some companies when doing a QA eval, will mark off sm
Complete thread -- thank you-word is traverse. Wasn't catching "tra"
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he graft was then passed and s/l*vaginated* into the tunnel completely
Complete thread -- A guess (from articles read) may be var=variable cadence. sm
Complete thread -- "treatment and suture repair"?
Complete thread -- please see message inside:
Complete thread -- I hear "fibrous non union of the bone" wait for another ear tho
Complete thread -- amputee activity
Complete thread -- deformity, nonunion and _______ nonunion of the bone
Complete thread -- which will require ________ repair
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd do it like you have it (leave blank).
Complete thread -- doc rambled off labs and started to say estimated glomerular filtration rate but ...
Complete thread -- ...which is not displaced.
Complete thread -- longitudinal component to the fracture which is not _______.
Complete thread -- avulsion flap, sustained ________ of distal phalanx tuft
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- good job, way to go. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- It's prominence. Woot! New accounts are so stressful!
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- He has some s/l promise to the ulnar rod and wants to have the rods removed. Sound
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see link, Ctrl F 'stalk'
Complete thread -- took the stalk. ?
Complete thread -- This mass measured approximately 1 cm x 1 cm. Putting a clamp on it, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- oh, that other one was probably surgery center and not surgeon too then
Complete thread -- specifically at the digit, and the ability for it to reoccur.
Complete thread -- Risks and benefits of surgery were discussed with her including, but n ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- versus
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right ring trigger finger. POSTOPERA ...
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Complete thread -- done without difficulty under general anesthesia. ? There was thickening of the
Complete thread -- 1. he could choose a different doctor or a different surgeon, and he wanted to
Complete thread -- These include but not limited to bleeding, infection, death, continued ...
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Complete thread -- pedicle
Complete thread -- Abdomen was copiously irrigated and suctioned. Internal herniation fr ...
Complete thread -- sure, nuf--- x-ray post nasal x-ray see if any adenoids sm ***
Complete thread -- I've had term, slanging term "recon" views, meaning reconstructed views #1 etc
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- TENS
Complete thread -- finally got the newly posted wav but can't help sorry, maybe some clues
Complete thread -- I hear "belt with _____ back brace"
Complete thread -- Request ISO support <____>. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. posted full treatment..i mean full wav
Complete thread -- Just can't ever get rid of old wav. B4 cut off I think I heard one of them
Complete thread -- will flag most of them. thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- agree. I personally would have to blank almost all of them.
Complete thread -- yeah. guess so. thanks.
Complete thread -- I've got nothing for the last one.
Complete thread -- Patient safety comes first. Don't guess if you can't confirm from
Complete thread -- he spells wrong and he pronounce them wrong. don't know what to do
Complete thread -- With such bad spelling, I don't feel comfortable just using what they MIGHT be. Can
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. last wav up
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's spelling clarithromycin 500 mg
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. another wav up
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- He may be trying to spell atorvastatin 40 mg
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. second wav up
Complete thread -- I sounds to me like he's misspelling ondansetron 4 mg..then the clip ends
Complete thread -- not a doc, right? like a PA or NP? apparently trying to read handwriting.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Medications: Insulin 70/30 a.m./p.m., insulin regular 5 mg, Amour 150 ...
Complete thread -- nothing*
Complete thread -- nohing for #1 for me either. hearing moderate-plus pain for #2.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. posting wav again bit by bit.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's just saying "left" for #2
Complete thread -- ?? they were spelled incorrectly.
Complete thread -- For #1 I don't hear anything for the blank. Just paraspinal musculature
Complete thread -- sorry wav just left in the middle of listening but all are spelled for U
Complete thread -- insulin is in units, not mg
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- I hit enter too soon, but nevermind, I see U already received the answer.
Complete thread -- Palpation over the left paraspinal _____ musculature elicited moderate ...
Complete thread -- I sounds to me like
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Lyme disease
Complete thread -- Yep. You got it. Thank you for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- She was diagnosed with <____> April 2014, was diagnosed insuli ...
Complete thread -- ESL? I can imagine it being said exactly like that, if so.
Complete thread -- patient still has s/l reminiscent of that pain in the right upper quadrant. TIA!
Complete thread -- Medications: Insulin 70/30 a.m./p.m., insulin regular 5 mg, Amour 150 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- in thickness on both sides.
Complete thread -- The ligamentum flavum is thickened and measured 3 mm in both thickness ...
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Complete thread -- burned.
Complete thread -- She recalls having injection therapy twice during 2010 by Dr. Von Kaen ...
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Complete thread -- see link showing both in Fresno
Complete thread -- I hear "Dr Hatcher and Sunderson, PA"
Complete thread -- Referring Physician: _____ Newport Beach or Fresno, CA ...
Complete thread -- TY both - That's what I found too but definitely not what he's saying. Will flag.
Complete thread -- cone-down view or coned-down view ...see link for use with leg lengths
Complete thread -- cone-down view? (not sure if that would show leg lengths, tho' -- poi? you here?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "precluded"
Complete thread -- osteomyelitis - A *con-1* view shows minimal leg length discrepancy.
Complete thread -- The scope was advanced from the anus to proximal end of the sigmoid re ...
Complete thread -- Forget that. Hear waking more than I do above. No good with Aussie accents. Give me a
Complete thread -- Could she be accidentally calling her he? because it s/l including when he hits sister to
Complete thread -- just posted in case it might be helpful for your future reference. :)
Complete thread -- coaches
Complete thread -- thanks - too bad I already sent it in. I should've waited a few more minutes
Complete thread -- limited, particularly the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- pat with carpal tunnel syndrome
Complete thread -- yep-did that
Complete thread -- His echocardiogram was very limited, but _____ the subcostal views, and there was a
Complete thread -- any mention of skin basal cell carcinoma removal in report &
Complete thread -- If it is just "period" make sure you change it to "trochlea."
Complete thread -- nevermind just saying "period"
Complete thread -- x-rays knee
Complete thread -- OR even having the recorder/phone halfway down his throat... another peeve.
Complete thread -- well, union might be okay, they want the defects to "go together" -
Complete thread -- how about the one that dictates from about 5 feet from the recorder.
Complete thread -- don't know your s/l, but you have diagnosis mispelled
Complete thread -- s/l union arthroplasty
Complete thread -- I have actually sent notes to QA thanking them for getting blanks that I could not.
Complete thread -- I should be thankful for no feedback versus that kind of insensitivity. :)
Complete thread -- yep - that's why I love this job. :)
Complete thread -- skin basal makes more sense than skin and basal to me.
Complete thread -- oh, and by the way - (SM)
Complete thread -- No problem.
Complete thread -- I've had those days and have actually cried when it took over an hour to
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't mean to be insensitive...I have had many of those moments myself.
Complete thread -- Thank you for that. I'm literally in tears. Just especially discouraged today.
Complete thread -- Hoo boy, I sure know the feeling.
Complete thread -- Been here a long time, just sayin'...
Complete thread -- welcome to the world of online transcribing. :)
Complete thread -- Really discouraging to try and do a good job on a tough ESL and not get any positive
Complete thread -- ok thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd say it depends on your account specs - where I work we spell it out
Complete thread -- formatting question - serum gastrin 13 pmol/L (>55) <-- or (less than 55)??
Complete thread -- tonsils, *skin and basal* cell removal.
Complete thread -- I've heard Fick on caths, but not on echos, and never heard Teichholz at all.
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- or even "effusions" maybe.
Complete thread -- I get that word all the time at work and she also uses the Fick method on her echo reports
Complete thread -- I agree with this
Complete thread -- mebbe including waking her sister? (by touching her when she is sleeping)
Complete thread -- duh... "her sister" .... ??
Complete thread -- I hear "including his sister" with a stutter over he/his ??
Complete thread -- no biggie. But who is "jumping to conclusions"?
Complete thread -- can she be seeing a name in there? I also can only make out including
Complete thread -- including ___ -- that's all I can get.
Complete thread -- described as very tactile and likes to always touch things __ sister.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- one
Complete thread -- ahh, There were no posts when I went to google other than Taco answer of echo
Complete thread -- proximal pole in order to use *joy stick* to manipulate the fracture and to open
Complete thread -- yes - you beat me to it - SNRB (selective nerve root block)
Complete thread -- nevermind- SNRB
Complete thread -- some type of procedure for cervical pain
Complete thread -- what for? the correct answer was given and confirmed by OP
Complete thread -- Can you post a voice file
Complete thread -- Thanks. They usually just cut to the chase and say "ejection fraction." :)
Complete thread -- Teichholz it is. TYSM!!!
Complete thread -- I think you got it, bs - good one.
Complete thread -- Teichholz, or something similar...
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestion, but that's not it.
Complete thread -- Converting
Complete thread -- sorry , wait just got it.
Complete thread -- Fortunately, he has not missed any days of school, as well as ____ and she also encou
Complete thread -- yes, 1.25 cm
Complete thread -- kinda sounds like "recommend obtaining data review" - but I'm not sure at all.
Complete thread -- Converting 1 1/4 cm
Complete thread -- DOc is a pediatrician, just a check up for being born early
Complete thread -- echo?
Complete thread -- how about some more info/context? what kind of doc? what's wrong with pt?
Complete thread -- Systolic function by s/l take-hose is preserved at 65%. TIA!
Complete thread -- prominence
Complete thread -- "pericardial adhesions" makes good sense (google the term for more info)
Complete thread -- moderate-to-severe diffuse interstitial s/l prug-ness throughout the lung. TIA!
Complete thread -- clavicle on the right was numbed using lidocaine and s/l*vicro*.
Complete thread -- need help, long report, any help would be appreciated
Complete thread -- Vtach in setting of severe pericarditis and pericardial s/l adhesions. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- by an ophthalmologist with no issues, no RRP and recommend __ review at age 1.
Complete thread -- I think he says "She has gone against"
Complete thread -- not certain what he said
Complete thread -- sorry, I meant DBM putty
Complete thread -- DPM putty?
Complete thread -- However, since it gets better with NSAIDs (alleviated), I guess it's possible.
Complete thread -- Sometimes they say "aggravating or alleviating factors," but never heard "no aggravating"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- new one to me - thanks for sharing
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- NM. I think it's PiYo.
Complete thread -- Patient was doing yoga, hiking, biking, and the s/l pie-ro. (ESL) TIA!
Complete thread -- it is just pain in that area with no radiation and no s/l uh-grav-it-ing TIA!
Complete thread -- The ________ was inserted.
Complete thread -- What is patient having PT for?
Complete thread -- s/l center box cut
Complete thread -- ...in one passive exam, that is.
Complete thread -- Well, it doesn't make sense to have 3 abduction values in one exam.
Complete thread -- listened ver slowly and still hear ab all times-so that's what he gets
Complete thread -- Since the doc mentions it 3 times in the same passive exam, who knows. LOL!
Complete thread -- PT for shoulder rehab s/l car lel strings
Complete thread -- help with shoulder exam. Abduction said 3 times ?
Complete thread -- just found it odd, thought I would check.
Complete thread -- ahhhh, I see, thank you poi!
Complete thread -- link to google confirmation
Complete thread -- she is past her due date
Complete thread -- four post days?
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that too but what would that mean?
Complete thread -- for post dates?
Complete thread -- The pregnancy progressed unremarkably and ** had attempted induction of labour ___
Complete thread -- yes, I think so, how come?
Complete thread -- are you sure about that x-ray?
Complete thread -- drums however ?
Complete thread -- Any guesses??
Complete thread -- The right grommet I removed from the canal. Both __ look healthy and translucent.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- more associated I believe with the ?
Complete thread -- I tried not to take down too much of the CA ligament and to prevent es ...
Complete thread -- agree with isgal
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- suprascapular
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- releaseWe then did rotator interval release using electrocautery, went ...
Complete thread -- 2. fastening?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2. tensioning?
Complete thread -- 1. You could see the
Complete thread -- there is *a* higher rate
Complete thread -- We debrided throughout the shoulder and placed a modified figure-of-ei ...
Complete thread -- ...has a massive tear and thus a higher rate of failure (?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- and there is higher rate of
Complete thread -- I hear something like..."and has a high rate"
Complete thread -- From google, the s/l offered by the poster taco and text of OP
Complete thread -- We explained to him the risks, benefits, rehabilitation, and restricti ...
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- late but found this ---mesenteric vessels = (“jib-sail”),
Complete thread -- supratentorial symptom, SM
Complete thread -- feel patient is trustworthy, that people think this is all s/l supratutorial. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- roundly
Complete thread -- Miochol was placed into the eye and the pupil was noted to come down n ...
Complete thread -- correction:
Complete thread -- flaps in a cross...
Complete thread -- woot! out of the box thinking (kept hearing it as just "across")
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in a cross-stitching pattern
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tympanum
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- tried, but can't get it.
Complete thread -- Once the septum was entirely corrected and replaced back to the midlin ...
Complete thread -- thank you so very much for all your help!! So greatly appreciated!
Complete thread -- right on
Complete thread -- I do..sounded really clear and I spent a lot of time researching
Complete thread -- poi - do you agree he's saying "sail" and that it might make sense?
Complete thread -- asymptomatic?
Complete thread -- this picture looks like a sail also
Complete thread -- Yes - if I'm right, he's referring to the fold as a "sail" because of its appearance.
Complete thread -- yes, they do. so to verify, it be "sail" and not SAIL the acronym right?
Complete thread -- I do hear "sail" though and I think that may be it....see link
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- not sure, but it's not the SAIL mnemonic you described - anatomy is wrong
Complete thread -- forgot to mention, this is a lap appy
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- s/l "asacanthal" thyroid nodule
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help
Complete thread -- syndesmosis, pl. syndesmoses definition
Complete thread -- could it actually instead possibly be "syndesmotic screw" ??
Complete thread -- LOL - yep...
Complete thread -- http://www.synthes.com/sites/NA/Products/Pages/default_home.aspx
Complete thread -- well, geez, I guess I was a little slow with my guess...seems we all agree on Synthes
Complete thread -- here's a pretty good link for general medical MT "stuff"
Complete thread -- Don't have a good site for you, but I bet "zenthe san" is Synthes something.
Complete thread -- could "zenthe" possibly be "Synthes" ?? just a guess
Complete thread -- not sure on a web site, but I'ma go on a limb here and say 2.0 mm Synthes but not sure on
Complete thread -- surgical screws-need good site for referencing please
Complete thread -- duh...site not sit, but i guess ya'll figured out my mess of a guess.
Complete thread -- That is what I thought I heard too, but I could not find prior that added up to 5 weeks
Complete thread -- comes in (for) 5-week followup?
Complete thread -- zone IV EPB and EPL nerve repairs.
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I would switch one to a semicolon..see message BJMO
Complete thread -- ok, thanks so much
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. He stopped the blood flow locally.
Complete thread -- Pyramesh (link)
Complete thread -- At this time, *under local occlusion*, the distal anastomosis of the right
Complete thread -- Ah yes. Thanks.
Complete thread -- correction: kind OF program
Complete thread -- Yes...Thank you!
Complete thread -- yes, missed the word "the"
Complete thread -- Correct comma placement here for long sentence?
Complete thread -- glad I can help!
Complete thread -- yes, that is where I would want my injection, where it hurts
Complete thread -- in the sit of pain makes sense. or at the site of pain. ?
Complete thread -- Injection. make sense? In site of pain (?)
Complete thread -- ahh, I would have never got that. Thank you as always b k l o l I!
Complete thread -- I'm gonna "assume" a Hank dilator size 10...
Complete thread -- That's what I heard, but I didnt look it up.
Complete thread -- thank you b k l o l i! Is the H10 corrrect too?
Complete thread -- please re-post if you didnt figure out your blank.
Complete thread -- brackets (misoprostel) (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Prep, drape and EUA. Easy dilatation to H10 (____)
Complete thread -- still hearing the old wav?
Complete thread -- ^ this might be it ^ (I can hear "insurance" or "SAS" depending on how I tilt my head)
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- SAS approval - Special Access Scheme in Australia
Complete thread -- CO2 laser?
Complete thread -- yes, "keyed in" works - sm for one definition of 'keyed'
Complete thread -- insurance
Complete thread -- I don't where you're getting that. It is not what was dictated.
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- operative report/diskectomy
Complete thread -- The fracture "keyed" in nicely. SM`
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- colonoscopies and ________ she had five polyps
Complete thread -- s/l*go-laser* Endometrial ablation
Complete thread -- Once we get __ approval and the drugs are up from Western Australia
Complete thread -- polypropylene mesh and splints the mesh around the spermatic cord, ...
Complete thread -- and the internal oblique aponeurosis (and there is an "and" before "shelving margin")
Complete thread -- and its tail was loosely approximated...
Complete thread -- transversalis ____ superiorly.
Complete thread -- #2 is something about the "tails" (of the mesh) but can't quite get it.
Complete thread -- OK - yeah, I can verify "split mesh" (maybe hyphenated since it modifies prosthesis)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that's "A polypropylene ... WAS brought into the field..."
Complete thread -- polypropylene (but not sure about 'splint'? s/l 'split' to me, but can't verify)
Complete thread -- ring. ____ splint mesh prosthesis now brought into the field and ____ approximated
Complete thread -- If you can hear "old", that makes enough sense that I'd type it.
Complete thread -- and reflected ____ underlying groin region
Complete thread -- ok - not ESL :)
Complete thread -- ESL doc? He may be saying "its all connection" but really means "all its connections"
Complete thread -- You are SO GOOD. Thank you!! that's what she's sayin
Complete thread -- Possibly furuncle.
Complete thread -- he actually says *its* before that - its *alt* connection...
Complete thread -- skin lesion - s/l folongo. Treat with Keflex. That's all I have.
Complete thread -- all connection(s)?
Complete thread -- roid completely from *alt* (could he be saying old) connection to the uterus
Complete thread -- By golly, Darlene, I think you got this one! Good job.
Complete thread -- Thank you, I went with Turnbull and flagged it.
Complete thread -- addendum forgot to copy/post Vivacit-E prevents oxidation sm
Complete thread -- s/l by-vuh-set-ee =Vivacit On Zimmer Website
Complete thread -- I googled colon turnbull technique retro ileal* anastomosis
Complete thread -- retroileal yes and check Turnbull
Complete thread -- performance a derotation of the colon and a s/l* turnvil retro-ileal* anastomosis
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestion, Q. I don't hear that. Need to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- due to the (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- It needs to be noted that this patient has history of obesity, sleep a ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "primary cemented", a 38 mm" (see link, first
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "cancer in the"
Complete thread -- tibial polyethylene insert ultracongruent s/l by-vuh-set-ee TIA!
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of <____> family. Upper endoscopy w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "descent" or "descended"
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a Japanese <____> female with his ...
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- again too fast for me..but I do NOT hear period after gastritis and he
Complete thread -- (comma) but there was no
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- The scope was further advanced into the stomach. The stomach showed d ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear (period) after the word established, but the rest is too fast for me.
Complete thread -- flexible Olympus endoscope??
Complete thread -- Oops. I should have caught that.
Complete thread -- An oral mouthguard was placed. The nasal cannula oxygen was applied. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I just hear "next line" at the beginning.
Complete thread -- symptom of sleep apnea (not aucte)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he is not saying heading OPERATIVE FINDINGS. something else there
Complete thread -- airway...yes to short neck...think symptoms of...yes for Therefore etc.. (I think)
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: **It needs to be noted** that this patient has hi ...
Complete thread -- When she gets up, she has to get ready quickly, get _______ in the car, and then
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- all of the
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: The colon was found to be redundant in nature. I was able ...
Complete thread -- yep, I think so too; thanks. sent with a blank.
Complete thread -- s/l has/have been done (maybe means has been monitored)
Complete thread -- The patient's symptoms of his end-stage liver disease and hepatitis C ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- surveillance for
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks, but I think it's joint problem
Complete thread -- The scope was withdrawn evacuating excess air. Repeat EGD will be sch ...
Complete thread -- sleep problem?
Complete thread -- WAG based on sounds like -- non-metallic?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Placement of s/l numb-uh-tat-ic Carpentier-Edwards Physio-Ring vertical TIA!
Complete thread -- abdominal pain
Complete thread -- I find peds can have "blink" problem...what is the presenting problem?
Complete thread -- Should've stated - this is a pediatric patient so unlikely to be drink. thanks
Complete thread -- Not sure, but think I hear "drink problem"
Complete thread -- fever, weight loss, fatigue, anemia, mouth sores, _____ problem, halitosis
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "venous lake"
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Status post bilateral breast reduction with ...
Complete thread -- Nope nope, no disapproval and sarcasm has never been my style (tis not me) "smile"
Complete thread -- wav removed now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the suggestion, which is probably correct.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the suggestion, which is probably correct.
Complete thread -- S/l no ell might be Nortrel? I can't get the wav to open for me sm
Complete thread -- Please see post above. Thanks
Complete thread -- The patient has been bleeding heavy with clots since October 13, 2015. ...
Complete thread -- Provera with s/l No-ell for heavy menstrual bleeding.
Complete thread -- ??Arava (did u check drugs.com?)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Wow. Thanks, mt.
Complete thread -- Pressure was applied with a cotton-tipped applicator during the process
Complete thread -- interstitial cystitis, can't tell if doc is saying smudging or sponging, sm
Complete thread -- Vitrectomy, panretinal photocoagulation, etc. The pressure of the eye was ______ dur
Complete thread -- see google page with various descriptions
Complete thread -- Googling shows there are surgical chest pads and hip/thigh pads (some call them
Complete thread -- no one said you should type anything you weren't sure of
Complete thread -- Patient takes s/l Avear 2 tablets for arthritis.
Complete thread -- **chest-hip thigh** pads..Prepping for laminectomy
Complete thread -- blanked it, q/a put Invanz . . . didn't sound a thing like that !
Complete thread -- I didn't think nm disapproved - she said "good idea"
Complete thread -- You disapprove. I'm relatively new to the account, and I was
Complete thread -- agree with isgal - sounds like 1.0 to me (and it varies depending on lab)
Complete thread -- 1.0?
Complete thread -- showed a level of 1.3 with an upper limit of normal of __
Complete thread -- ...was climbing for a team and...?
Complete thread -- Good idea flag even though U found "density of premature ventricular contractions (PVC) "
Complete thread -- shoe inserts w/be like term orthotics. Cumulative ?? w/b like increasing degree of inserts
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sent to QA.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I found this
Complete thread -- I googled the phrase "density of pvcs" with "holter monitor" and got only 6 hits...
Complete thread -- found this..New 24-h Holter monitoring showed a significant reduction in the density
Complete thread -- Intensity makes lots of sense to me, but I don't think I've seen it measured by
Complete thread -- "We have ordered him new s/l: "culminative" inserts."
Complete thread -- Denver area
Complete thread -- Patient with PVCs
Complete thread -- any idea what town? CO is a big state, lots of places to go climbing.
Complete thread -- really could be anywhere
Complete thread -- Fortuna? but that's in
Complete thread -- how about the complete sentence?
Complete thread -- Colorado locale-patient was climbing s/l fortena and fell on loose shale..
Complete thread -- Orthopedic help: s/l: "culminative" shoe inserts
Complete thread -- yeah, but poster is still trying to figure out the missing med?
Complete thread -- Agree, my error, I looked up both and forgot which was which by time I got to WB
Complete thread -- I think that poster is talking about Alesse (which is a BCP)
Complete thread -- mebbe "a lacia"="Colace and"?
Complete thread -- Activella is HRT, not a BCP, as far as I can tell. Is that what you meant?
Complete thread -- eek just noted my typo s//b VMO (not VNO) =vastus medialis obliquus
Complete thread -- humm, difficult one, since in for hip pain, guessing some pain reliever med. But??
Complete thread -- maybe Alesse
Complete thread -- Wonder if clipping the term V to mean VNO=vastus medialis obliquus ?? sm
Complete thread -- medication s/l a lacia
Complete thread -- Thanks - I didn't think of that.
Complete thread -- Ah.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "generic Maxalt-MLT"?
Complete thread -- that was the discussion we had in facebook. After hearing the
Complete thread -- Med list - s/l general Maxalt-MLT
Complete thread -- Since retinol is vitamin A, shouldn't that be A retinol?
Complete thread -- further research: SP, DP, and T nerves
Complete thread -- dorsalis pedis and posterior tibial (DP and PT)?
Complete thread -- ACL reconstruction exam
Complete thread -- I don't know what I mean! LOL! Posterolateral V short for viscosupplementation!
Complete thread -- I understand
Complete thread -- I mean short for "posterolateral v."
Complete thread -- Maybe short for viscosupplementation?
Complete thread -- Injection
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- change my mind - Agree with BB "however"
Complete thread -- "over" stretch marks
Complete thread -- however (she does however have some)
Complete thread -- She has some lack of fullness superiorly in her breasts and she does h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think 3 different things..botox, lip injections, and a HydraFacial
Complete thread -- She wonders when she can have Botox lip injections and <____>. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a retinol
Complete thread -- She states today that she uses <____> at night as well as a mo ...
Complete thread -- it sounded like "protein" if anybody can come up with something like that.
Complete thread -- sending with a blank. thanks to all who tried. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- or two
Complete thread -- We will plan to see her back for followup. We will plan to get an ult ...
Complete thread -- We will change the dosing to magnesium _____ 360 mg t.i.d. (mor ...
Complete thread -- i figured. :-). thanks
Complete thread -- It had gathered itself
Complete thread -- 1) It gathered 2) this throughout
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It gathered this throughout
Complete thread -- I could see where the tendon had been pulled off to the distal inserti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- jersey finger in a sense that his
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is an unfortunate gentleman who was playing athleti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mode (period)
Complete thread -- She is in agreement with this treatment ____. We will plan ...
Complete thread -- thanks for returning and sharing
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- agree "it was within a capsule"
Complete thread -- it was within a capsule?
Complete thread -- At the beginning I think I hear "It was _______"
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: The patient had a 375 cc silicone implant that was ruptured ...
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- mass.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- got it - said it again later. Says "fatty content"
Complete thread -- thyroid ultrasound (calcification or increased ______ [fatty on-tin])
Complete thread -- thanks to all
Complete thread -- Agree. He says "across the," then starts over and changes to "across this..."
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help. I can't post a sound clip. I will send in for query.
Complete thread -- Maybe Lembert J is Lembert "stay" sutures (only a uess since can't hear it)
Complete thread -- this closed defect ?
Complete thread -- guess (since can't hear it (Lembert suture might be in there or Legapak
Complete thread -- Ya I am hearing Lembert now but also hearing Lembert J
Complete thread -- Lembert in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- s/l lumberjay 3-0 silk suture
Complete thread -- difluoroquinolones (difluoroquinolones, example) including sparfloxacin, a new quinolone ,
Complete thread -- Can he be stumbling over fluoroquinolones?
Complete thread -- yes, I heard "disclosed defect"?
Complete thread -- Sure did look, only approved for 2015 Rexulti major depressive disorder sm
Complete thread -- anyone hear "disclosed defect"?
Complete thread -- anybody have a guess!
Complete thread -- unclear word, help pls
Complete thread -- Physiomesh with about a 5- to 6-cm overlap was placed across the ___.
Complete thread -- Rapiflux?
Complete thread -- medication s/l Ruvavance 60 mg
Complete thread -- thank you all, I will flag
Complete thread -- I found a WEDJ Medical School in Sydney, but I can't say I hear that
Complete thread -- I hear "at ____<name of school?>" s/l ledge to me
Complete thread -- s/l "has led" to me but that makes no sense.
Complete thread -- She takes some getting used to, huh. May be a local school campus or sounds kinda like
Complete thread -- who has just completed her final-year examinations, ____.
Complete thread -- I hear Her symptoms "were" very ---of giardia "symptoms" years ago
Complete thread -- isgal you are a genius! Thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- giardia?
Complete thread -- Her symptoms are very reminiscent of __ that she suffered some years ago;
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you both!
Complete thread -- ditto - but dont hear anything after Russell
Complete thread -- I hear "Russell _____"
Complete thread -- There was also an episode of pancreatitis for which she saw ___ many years
Complete thread -- Sounds fine. He or she can't give more details without the CAT scan.
Complete thread -- I do not have the CAT scan for my *embellishment*.
Complete thread -- It's difficult a lot of the time, clipped sentences, slang, run-ons, short speak etc
Complete thread -- Ah..I was thinking the OP just misheard since this doc is already raising questions
Complete thread -- If can post wav again, maybe (new) others on board can listent for you
Complete thread -- Q I was trying to stay within probable verbatim acct specifics, the OP can change if need
Complete thread -- No because it would be a 'of recurrence'..not 'of recurrent' - you need
Complete thread -- total guess.. prostatic views (?para-- or "are" typical of deviated
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think s/b recurrent, given his history of radiation and repeated ____on occasion
Complete thread -- Really a WAG: "have the appearance" ????? Also s/b annular
Complete thread -- Don't know your blank, but would expect sentence end as "stricture
Complete thread -- see where it says "spared to provide adequate blood supply" sm
Complete thread -- prostatic views ______ typical of deviated
Complete thread -- s/l nontransection strategy
Complete thread -- history of radiation and repeated _______.
Complete thread -- He had a _______ and then he presented to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NS (normal saline)
Complete thread -- I will give her _______ IV and allow her clear liquids.
Complete thread -- thank you SO MUCH
Complete thread -- curved Allis
Complete thread -- tonsillectomy
Complete thread -- Zosyn bacterial infections such as urinary tract and skin infections and pneumonia
Complete thread -- ??doxazosin?? for hypertension
Complete thread -- Thanks! i did the same search but didn't get that as a result. That might be it though.
Complete thread -- prazosin (this is the best I could come up with using drugs.com
Complete thread -- Chronic renal insufficiency, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, past cataract surgery (sm
Complete thread -- any known conditions? (PMH)
Complete thread -- Rx that doc pronounces "exazosin" ? Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. plus 2. appose 3. leaves
Complete thread -- Internal incisions were closed with interrupted sutures of 5-0 chromic ...
Complete thread -- disruption makes sense.
Complete thread -- disruption vs destruction
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- they have to adjust placement of the tube sometimes
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- For me, I'd feel comfortable using term attentuation sm
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- procedures, and on cortisone therapy, therefore his frequency and nocturia.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Myrbetriq
Complete thread -- another mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- much urine.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- attempt was made at ERCP for biopsy and ___ which was unsuccesful
Complete thread -- goniometer
Complete thread -- s/l*gramometer* It's in impression, so not much more context to give.
Complete thread -- don't know if any of you are still reading this thread, but just in case, I had put
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- not otherwise specified.
Complete thread -- what does NOS stand for?
Complete thread -- ditto. some are duplicates with both 3 and 4 because I automatically hit that
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes. Google myocardial bridge for explanation of what it is. In America
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- IDSA=Infectious Diseases Society of America;
Complete thread -- Thank you :) nm
Complete thread -- AD - advance directive
Complete thread -- Power of attorney wants to talk to brother before she signs the s/l A&D form on/sm
Complete thread -- Have a BOOtiful evening!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- NM. Provision of
Complete thread -- same to you pie!
Complete thread -- just curious...who posted the umbrellas and why? Is that not a
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: s/l provisional hemodialysis TIA!
Complete thread -- NM. It's IDSA.
Complete thread -- Continue IV oxacillin for 28-day course. s/l I-dee-site guidelines (AHA). TIA!
Complete thread -- Cute and so true - having a hard time staying out of the chocolate
Complete thread -- YW! I use it for just about every med, even aspirin (arin)...
Complete thread -- Happy Halloween, everybody!
Complete thread -- I use the 1st 3 letters, so xar for Xarelto. But, on some I use the 1st 4. I dont know
Complete thread -- you too. :)
Complete thread -- Have a good day/night.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion on how to shortcut med names!
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Might he be saying "briefly asleep"?
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear too..just didn't think it made sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i m hearing "previously asleep"
Complete thread -- there is another word before asleep...???
Complete thread -- asleep?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I placed my hand over the most painful area and then used fluoroscopy ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ☂ - ☂
Complete thread -- Makes me feel like he's "not the best" and hopefully is not my doctor.
Complete thread -- cap the G - see link
Complete thread -- Nice to hear that! YW!
Complete thread -- you can't go by Google alone. irish surname so yes G is probably
Complete thread -- I had one that said "Status post *** in the past" for EVERY item on past surgical hx.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is Mcgeachey Hall (no cap G), THANKS.
Complete thread -- makes me feel like I have a tree branch up my nose
Complete thread -- makes me want to spit nails.
Complete thread -- does a doc ever make you feel almost schizo because repeated so much?
Complete thread -- heh heh - that too! (thanks, lb -can't believe it took 3 hours for someone to catch it!)
Complete thread -- It might take a capital G though (McGeachey). Not sure.
Complete thread -- By Jove, I think you got it.
Complete thread -- also is it ma-Jee Jee or "ga" sound like Magee-gee
Complete thread -- Maybe this? (See inside)
Complete thread -- or even Xarelto -- <grins>
Complete thread -- Any idea on the city?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- ouch... hurts just to think about it
Complete thread -- guy hit with tree branch. "There are no foreign bodies or tree branches in the nose"
Complete thread -- Maine psychiatic facility s/l Megeegee hall?
Complete thread -- thank you so much because I was having no luck and I have never, ever had such #'s lol!
Complete thread -- Apparently called SNOMED...a coding system..see link for PubMed article on it
Complete thread -- Ah...here's a better hit...Canadian...(see link, around page 16)
Complete thread -- I found it at a vet med edu site...but that's how they did it (see link)
Complete thread -- he spit out more, this is list, unsure if typed correct format ??
Complete thread -- is this how you type these numbers he rattled off?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1 - rechecking troponin unless there... 2 - perspective
Complete thread -- listen for rivaroxaban (Xarleto) - for anticoagulation and would fit that dose.
Complete thread -- Avoid __________ if there is AND from cardiovascular ______.
Complete thread -- s/l veroxin for CHADS-VASc
Complete thread -- Yep, he's originally from Canada but some of us use it too. It doesn't grate on my nerves
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Let's just hope OP reads our responses.
Complete thread -- I'm on the run. Look for a description the surgery on google..that might tell you.
Complete thread -- help with "and" or "in" (release distal ulnar median neuropathy)
Complete thread -- Agree. I was messing with copy/paste so late in posting.
Complete thread -- Might be his name for "time-out"
Complete thread -- Sounds like it is this doc's way of saying they performed a surgical timeout.
Complete thread -- Accusing me of fighting and having a very bad attitude is a personal attack.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Can you copy/paste more text? then somebody maybe able to help.
Complete thread -- I forgot to say, thanks for the good link too, helpful & saved
Complete thread -- I personally ruled that out because of word usage as noted, but whatever floats your boat.
Complete thread -- Pause *certfication* confirmed the above side as well as the above procedure.
Complete thread -- Stop fighting, very bad attitude "tood" OP posted "flagging" after your post.
Complete thread -- I explained this below - that the PR interval might be .19 seconds (190 msec) - and...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sorry, can't make out a thing. He takes some getting used to
Complete thread -- For me, I'd go as dictated "one nine" = PR is 0.19 (talking about the PR "interval"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree, excellent definition/expllnation for the OP too.
Complete thread -- if it is given in milliseconds (and probably is since QRS is), a PR (interval) of 190 fits
Complete thread -- Ventricular rate of 89. PR is *one nine*; left atrial enlargement noted.
Complete thread -- the "Coffee Talk" lady (Mike Myers) used to say "talk amongst yourselves" so maybe that's
Complete thread -- I would put a semicolon before painful...BJMO
Complete thread -- "inboard" also my thoughts, as you stated (toward the center) makes sense to me link
Complete thread -- I will check his ______.
Complete thread -- I think the Brits usually say "amongst." I know they say "whilst" all the time, which
Complete thread -- Yep. I guess we'll have to talk amongst ourselves (wait... is it 'amongst' or 'among'?)
Complete thread -- This must be "disappearing OP day." Oh well, we tried.
Complete thread -- Well, okay, it's an awesome guess if you're in on it too. :)
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation for sentence here?
Complete thread -- just "inward" was going to be my guess too (what? that's not a "good" guess?)
Complete thread -- Maybe "just inward" but no good guesses.
Complete thread -- Wondered about "inboard" but that's apparently just used with a ship/aircraft, etc.
Complete thread -- I did some googling and "scaffolding" seems okay, but I don't know what "inbort" is.
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- Yes !! Thanks !
Complete thread -- can you hear Linzess?
Complete thread -- Med help
Complete thread -- Ventralight mesh with Echo inflatable s/l*scaffolding* system. And s/L*inbort*
Complete thread -- Yah, the OP should've taken your advice and waited, in this case for your second opinion.
Complete thread -- "definition person" - haha - I guess that's a good "PC" name for her.
Complete thread -- I was tempted to play the part of the board's "definition person" but didn't think that
Complete thread -- Yeah, now I'm pretty sure about "leak" - I just hope OP comes back and sees it.
Complete thread -- I think you got it with "leak." I can find "warning leak" in this context, which might
Complete thread -- on second thought, I can *maybe* hear "leak" (and the /f/ is from "from")
Complete thread -- I can't really document it either - I'd like to hear "bleed" or "leak"...
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was what I heard, but I couldn't document it.
Complete thread -- sentinel leaf
Complete thread -- and the question was, was this a _____ from one of these lesions?
Complete thread -- please google simv and pressure support
Complete thread -- whatever it is, wouldn't there be a comma between 'wax' and 'skin'?
Complete thread -- polyp?
Complete thread -- cotton? like from a Q-tip?
Complete thread -- s/l...cod-nup obstruction of ears...sm
Complete thread -- ha, thanks
Complete thread -- I can hear it both ways, depending how I listen to it. Hate that!
Complete thread -- I do hear the little "to" in there, fwiw, but I have no advice for you.
Complete thread -- I think he is just saying "temporary cross-clamp techniques."
Complete thread -- would you mind telling me if you hear the same
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I wonder if he means "temporary-to-cross-clamp techniques." (see message and link)
Complete thread -- He says this multiple times but does not make sense to me
Complete thread -- using a 7-0 Prolene and temporary *to* cross-clamp techniques.
Complete thread -- I would go with take down and reserve use of takedown as a noun.
Complete thread -- the blade as well
Complete thread -- the blade?
Complete thread -- The shaver was utilized to takedown the flap tear as well as smooth th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- wound at the
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Delayed wound healing left hip post total ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a small T.
Complete thread -- The patient was flexed and then the redundancy was removed. We <_ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- First order of business ___ do
Complete thread -- After the patient was given general endotracheal anesthesia, the patie ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- can
Complete thread -- I can hear the "then" now
Complete thread -- bowel can (could?) rotate and then block or herniate
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bowel can rotate and block or herniate
Complete thread -- This pedicle of tissue forming an opening through which ____ was caref ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- and down into the subcutaneous tissue through anesthetized skin.
Complete thread -- He was moved to prone position whereupon sterile prepping and draping ...
Complete thread -- Once the viscoelastic was seen to be completely removed, BSS on anteri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ..removed, the irrigation...
Complete thread -- Once all of the
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also she is saying "The phaco machine"
Complete thread -- The phacoemulsification was then used to sculpt and remove the lens in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sculpt
Complete thread -- sorry for the confusion. MTMom figured it out though. haha
Complete thread -- The phacoemulsification was then used to <____> and remove the ...
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- guy sent me a clip through facebook..She clearly said *out of the eye*
Complete thread -- In my effort to keep my posts short, I end up raising more questions sometimes than
Complete thread -- No. I realized I was hearing the beginning of the clip. I screw that up sometimes.
Complete thread -- so you are editing. Was just checking, thanks. Obviously it makes sense, just
Complete thread -- the "in" part is at the beginning of the clip from previous sentence
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear "in", but burping the paracentesis is to remove
Complete thread -- don't you still hear "in the eye"? I do
Complete thread -- Yes. I was just posting my mistake below.
Complete thread -- MY MISTAKE...I heard "in", but definition indicates "out"
Complete thread -- I don't think so - if it's burped doc is letting air out
Complete thread -- Suggest removing the first "Then" from the first sentence.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- burped?
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: to allow air in the eye
Complete thread -- Then, 10 minutes were then allowed to pass with high pressure, after w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ???#1 fitted into the anterior chamber???
Complete thread -- WAGS #1 _____ into the anterior chamber #2 cannula filled with #3 into place,
Complete thread -- The graft was then inserted through the scleral tunnel incision ____ i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i think that is it.
Complete thread -- In the Find box at the top just click on Optisol and it will bring U to the paragraph
Complete thread -- This site indicates the fluid is Optisol...see what you think (see link)
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers.
Complete thread -- agree with Q
Complete thread -- The pre-cut endothelial keratoplasty tissue was placed onto a 7.5 mm v ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- trap door based 2. nerve in the depths of the wound
Complete thread -- #1 trapdoor in that base # median nerve in the depths of the wound
Complete thread -- another mp3 uploaded. pls sm.
Complete thread -- surface
Complete thread -- At this point, a corneal protector was placed onto the <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- A conjunctival...
Complete thread -- I am *thinking* that is a correction, but not sure.
Complete thread -- 53 minutes. End of procedure bleeding - none.
Complete thread -- i am hearing the procedure "beleiving" done
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Viscoelastic was then brought into the eye. A scleral tunnel incision ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- outcome of his
Complete thread -- patient has had a history of chemical ... vision-limiting effects
Complete thread -- Prior to the surgery, the patient had a history of <____> inju ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- endothelial ? see link
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Fuchs corneal dystrophy, right eye. POS ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Desyrel is"
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "he has been on at Columbia and it is helping him"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- I think I hear "related to his Decadron"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "31,000 (period) Discussed with wife. "
Complete thread -- maybe it was __________ and sugars.
Complete thread -- platelets of 31,000. ______ discussed with wife
Complete thread -- actually, if I'd seen it before, your "p" at the beginning might have helped
Complete thread -- Had to send. Fast/slurring on this, too bad. nm
Complete thread -- exactly!
Complete thread -- Neuro exam: There are no (s/l) cynofanies or field cuts noted on examination.
Complete thread -- that's what facebook's for, to hide our stupid guesses from the wb. ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- shoot...don't check facebook from my stupid guess
Complete thread -- got it, polymerase. thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- E-antigen-negative hepatitis B, genotype C with BCP mutation, but no _ ...
Complete thread -- plasmin activation?
Complete thread -- antithrombin deficiency, disorders of plasminogen or s/l plasma inactivaction, TIA!
Complete thread -- sounds like that..I'm going to enter it and flag it...Thank you!!
Complete thread -- he dictated a slew of other medications as well and only 3 issues in the PMH..smh
Complete thread -- Same here
Complete thread -- sorry, doesn't match history, but closest I could find for s/l
Complete thread -- memantine?
Complete thread -- pt with Hyp, OA, and hyperlip..on med s/l Mymantomen? 10mg see message
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- haha..I remember posting on this board when she was expected. She is
Complete thread -- My older 2 are away in school, but the next in line does help me a lot. Your
Complete thread -- entire thread is *fluff* - no question
Complete thread -- pretty amazing. I can barely get anything done with my 4-yo grandaughter around,
Complete thread -- Youngest is 2, oldest is almost 19. I work in the morning while they're all in school
Complete thread -- LOL! I bet my husband would agree with yours. :)
Complete thread -- how do you do that anyway? are they still running around your house
Complete thread -- you should know Mrs. 9 children. lol
Complete thread -- I don't think so, doesn't fit under impression. Thanks for listening, will flag.
Complete thread -- the other thread fell off the page anyway. what's his cure?
Complete thread -- dang, that wasn't supposed to go here!
Complete thread -- I thought so at first but don't think so anymore. Maybe appy?
Complete thread -- my husband thinks he has the cure for those headaches :)
Complete thread -- does that yawn sound like repair to you?
Complete thread -- prior ____
Complete thread -- 4. History of coronary artery disease, coronary stent, ___________
Complete thread -- can you repost your wav now?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- that's what I hear
Complete thread -- Here is a link that supports concentrically.
Complete thread -- conceptually? (and you posted over an unsolved wav file)
Complete thread -- concentrically?
Complete thread -- got it - fibula
Complete thread -- more information - ankle area
Complete thread -- over the base plate and found to be _____ reduced. Trialing of the
Complete thread -- Marked tenderness __________ collateral. Slight increased laxity but good endpoint.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- If there is hepatotoxicity from rifampicin, ___ and we will stop it
Complete thread -- circumferentially?
Complete thread -- placed over the base plate and found to be *consensually* reduced
Complete thread -- Yah, no argument from me. :)
Complete thread -- Good info. I'll file it away in my brain for the next time I hear that phrase. Thx, Q.
Complete thread -- yep - she's still insisting that "snug" was correct yesterday too.
Complete thread -- example of Darlene insisting she is correct (when not)
Complete thread -- oh stop it taco. I gave 2 ans, & stand pat, it could be either with more context
Complete thread -- You gave the WRONG answer, Darlene, why can't you just admit it for once?
Complete thread -- definitely pressure support due to the association with SIMV. Take it from a mom of a
Complete thread -- Thank you. I *wish* to think that "pressors" is a word.
Complete thread -- Oops...wrong link. This is the one I referred to.
Complete thread -- I tried to separate medical sites from non-medical sites...and
Complete thread -- Taco, the OP and helpers are not the entire WB. I sure learn from others
Complete thread -- how'bout vasopressors, pressors” refer to medications that raise the blood,
Complete thread -- That's true. Never would have gotten that myself.
Complete thread -- nah, not amazing but sometimes I get lucky.
Complete thread -- taco you are amazing! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Nah, I agree with you and didn't take it that way at all. I think it's just that one
Complete thread -- carcinogenic embryonic antigen levels? (CEA)
Complete thread -- "pressor" is not a "short-cut name", it is a "real" word - check a dictionary.
Complete thread -- There you go again - it is not that we (OP and helpers) don't know what "pressor" means...
Complete thread -- addendum, changed my mind, might be pressure support (but could also
Complete thread -- For sure - those two can be hard to distinguis