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Complete thread -- well it's a "myth" because SM
Complete thread -- Agree PASTA =partial articular-sided tendon avulsion) lesion) lots on google
Complete thread -- After reading, I think it is contour calcification of laryngeal calcifications. Post wav?
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l kuh-leel 4.5 mg p.o. daily. TIA!
Complete thread -- chondral?
Complete thread -- agree. ty again.
Complete thread -- I actually think he is saying "acted as" "mushed together)
Complete thread -- This would make more grammatical sense, but I hear the "of" or "ive" sound pretty clearly.
Complete thread -- Tyvm to both. I will go with "This acts as a compression stitch for..."
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying "this acts (acted?) as a compression stitch....
Complete thread -- Will it make sense???
Complete thread -- or this active compression stitch ???
Complete thread -- I hear this act of compression stitch
Complete thread -- Uploaded another mp3.
Complete thread -- actually "for the rotator cuff repair, PASTA repair."
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- #2 "with a" also agree with PASTA. Your file starts right on #1 so couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- I think the "passed the repair" is "PASTA repair"
Complete thread -- mp3 help. left shoulder arthroscopy with rotator cuff repair. pls sm.
Complete thread -- no, thanks, it is clear as bell. One for QA (will post if I find out).
Complete thread -- If clear, I guess it would make sense since the shoe would act like a tumor in the sense
Complete thread -- I get that. I wasn't talking about this case, just asking bkloli about her specs.
Complete thread -- ah huh, sure it does, first line mass effect
Complete thread -- I would have put 2:00, and I'll tell you why (but I don't think it matters either way)
Complete thread -- lidocaine in there? 2% lidocaine?
Complete thread -- No mention of a mass, though.
Complete thread -- here's one that does
Complete thread -- but that isn't talking about shoe wear.
Complete thread -- of the? I dont think "with the" makes a whole lot of sense (?)
Complete thread -- with the
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- elbow joint injection- 2 little words
Complete thread -- I tend to agree with Oasis.
Complete thread -- some kind of nasal packing "Two lawn-teen packs with adrenaline"??
Complete thread -- In medicine, a mass effect is effect of a growing mass that results in secondary patho
Complete thread -- Oh I see - but, I didnt know where the OP was or what type of account.
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- sp knee arthroplasty
Complete thread -- then
Complete thread -- Looking at the definitions of mass effect, it does not fit, in my opinion (see link)
Complete thread -- often associated with Julius Caesar though sometimes thought
Complete thread -- does mass effect fit here?
Complete thread -- After this was done, liposuction was performed in a flank and then the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Meralgia paresthetica ... femoral cutaneous pulsed
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Neuralgia ____. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNO ...
Complete thread -- Good night and sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- I'm off to dreamland. Goodnight.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "no hair in the excision"
Complete thread -- A full-thickness skin graft was harvested from the right groin. Extre ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying paraspinous....(not superior spinous)...sorry
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I mean of the beginning of THIS clip
Complete thread -- #2. back fat ?
Complete thread -- Give me a bit more of the beginning of that clip as it sounds
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- is it paraspinous muscle or superior spinous muscle?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- Not sure on #1...could he be saying "as"
Complete thread -- Kupffer (see link)
Complete thread -- The lesion was well encapsulated in most parts of the lesion on the an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "including superior spinous and"
Complete thread -- Grade 2 iron staining, principally in _____ cells.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Giant lipoma of back, 10 cm x 12 cm. P ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see link for explanation of the spelling change
Complete thread -- Fasanella-Servat internal Mueller muscle (Some add an 'e' to Muller when
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Ptosis of left upper eyelid. POSTOPERAT ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and creating a unibrow, staged excision"
Complete thread -- In order to close this without moving the eyebrows medially ____ stage ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ????First stage serial resection????
Complete thread -- I'm not sure but ???First _____ resection??? (I thought I
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Dysplastic lesion of forehead and nose and upp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Correct except for the correction I posted regarding "extended"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. rest of the sentence correct? between asterisk?
Complete thread -- No. "all the deep roots that were there below the skin"
Complete thread -- I think for the blank "all the deep roots below"
Complete thread -- I think he said "significant roots which extended in multiple directions"
Complete thread -- Under general anesthesia, the patient was prepped and draped in a ster ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. :-)
Complete thread -- Note that BoS2 uses the hyphen. Don't know about BoS3.
Complete thread -- Don't know if your company follows these guidelines, but
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Think he corrected himself to:
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- *I then made a 4-cm incision over the distal one-third radial shaft of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- As for the blank...I think he changed his mind. First he
Complete thread -- s/b closed reducing (trying to reduce without opening up the patient)
Complete thread -- I tried multiple attempts at close reducing and pinning including tryi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- was abundant callus formation
Complete thread -- Oops...,Here's some google/PubMed support link
Complete thread -- I would go with entero-enteral anastomosis. Two part of bowel
Complete thread -- A time-out was performed and preoperative antibiotics were given. I t ...
Complete thread -- enteroenteroanastomosis, entero-enteroanastomosis, or entero-entero-anastomosis ?
Complete thread -- i would have
Complete thread -- shoot! I wish I would not have added the :00 then :( so you would have left "2" by itself?
Complete thread -- in this case, the doc did not say o'clock, or I would have put that, he just said "2"
Complete thread -- BOS2 PDF (not my book itself or PDF that came with book) but the PDF of book that employer
Complete thread -- not sure I understand what you guys are saying. I am stating that I found this mistake in
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- hyperesthesia.
Complete thread -- Mammogram was not completed on the right as she has s/l hyper-theen-ee-uh on that TIA
Complete thread -- caesarean is an acceptable variant of cesarean and the OP spelled it Caesarean, not
Complete thread -- our acct specs don't allow "o'clock" for time, only for location, like a mass at 2 o'clock
Complete thread -- Well, seeing that it was a wrong spelling (Stedman's is known for that), did they
Complete thread -- according to BOS - pg. 290 it is cesarean....
Complete thread -- and not sure if this pertains to it, but: (see BOS reference)
Complete thread -- No, I put o'clock (again, according to our acct specs)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I got sucked into my reports. Thanks for replying!
Complete thread -- if they say 2 o'clock, do you put 2:00?
Complete thread -- cesarean
Complete thread -- According to our acct specs, we would leave that as dictated, at 2.
Complete thread -- thanks (wonder what QA used?)
Complete thread -- Update to yesterday's post on BOS2 p. 297 PDF error
Complete thread -- Realized I have 2 PDF copies, one that came with book and one from employer
Complete thread -- I looked at my actual book, and it has Salter, but the PDF I have has Slater
Complete thread -- how very odd
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!!!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- and I'd put a comma after 'left'
Complete thread -- perhaps
Complete thread -- 2:00
Complete thread -- Thank you, Betty. :)
Complete thread -- would you just leave time as "at 2" or would you put p.m. in this instance? or what?
Complete thread -- Usually needs to be reworded.
Complete thread -- There was an overactive pelvic floor, ___ slightly worse on the left for which I have
Complete thread -- The OP should have been asked for (or s/h provided) previous sentence or more context.
Complete thread -- gf - the first time I ever voted, I voted for you!
Complete thread -- thank you all so much for the help!
Complete thread -- I should add that in your context, it depends what he
Complete thread -- Could be. She starts off with "the" and might be correcting to name.
Complete thread -- anyone hear "with Jack"?
Complete thread -- "this this" is grammatically correct (see grammar link explanation)
Complete thread -- Here is definition of exitus (see link)...adding prefix of 'pre' would
Complete thread -- caesarean
Complete thread -- Still spelled it wrong. I give up. This is why I have it in my abbreviations.
Complete thread -- I mean ceasarean, sorry.
Complete thread -- I don't think "caesearean" should be capped.
Complete thread -- with child???
Complete thread -- Good. I am not a crook!
Complete thread -- #1 s/l for increasing.
Complete thread -- as in almost on his/her way out? Can't find any documentation for that.
Complete thread -- had a placental abruption ___ presentation with a PV bleed to the Women's with ___,
Complete thread -- Never mind, spellcheck turned up "pre-exitus"
Complete thread -- Pt terminally ill, under PE says "he looks almost *pre-exitous*
Complete thread -- I hear that now, thank you Richard Nixon :)
Complete thread -- Could it be "slough-like"?
Complete thread -- There were acetowhite ___lesions that appear to be low grade at 7 o'clock and 11 o'cl
Complete thread -- okay, thank you all!
Complete thread -- It looks like he/she is just completing a thought. I'd omit one of them, but if you must
Complete thread -- it was probably just a stutter
Complete thread -- I'd drop one of the "this" -
Complete thread -- is this proper grammar? "She is going to come forward for this this cycle"
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- thickened?
Complete thread -- the endometrium at that stage was quite___ and abnormal and on the report of the ultr
Complete thread -- it's thick
Complete thread -- IL-1 inhibitor (is this an RA patient?)
Complete thread -- thank you for responding. board seems a little too quite
Complete thread -- black
Complete thread -- fresh eschar?
Complete thread -- s/l fec eschar
Complete thread -- Oh, that's good!
Complete thread -- valsartan
Complete thread -- use of valsarton see link
Complete thread -- SP knee reconstruction -
Complete thread -- thienopyridine
Complete thread -- I think I hear the word "including" in there again but can't make out the rest. Sorry.
Complete thread -- The patient had pain in right shoulder, failed conservative measures. ...
Complete thread -- Never mind, I'm seeing in the archives that it's slang for trapezius.
Complete thread -- Is "traps" some kind of slang for trapezius? I haven't heard this before.
Complete thread -- Really a WAG, ???a trial of ____ with Plavix???
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- I can hear that
Complete thread -- can it be "femoral groove was "spared" of chondromalacia.
Complete thread -- The patient is on a s/l *diane-o-pear-a-teen* with Plavix
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- #1 with electrocautery.
Complete thread -- There was a pathologic medial plica shelf which was also excised ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- not sure if that's her, him, or it
Complete thread -- which made her more susceptible to this
Complete thread -- the first part of the s/b is patella alta
Complete thread -- The patient did have a large lateral facet secondary to a Jagerhut-typ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- I thought I might have heard "slight" in there but really can't make anything out
Complete thread -- I think for #1 beside mild
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- I think for #3 and minimal spurring starting to form laterally.
Complete thread -- #3 starting to form laterally
Complete thread -- s/b Jagerhut-type
Complete thread -- #2 sunrise
Complete thread -- The patient did have a large lateral facet secondary to a Jagerhut typ ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I'm still no help.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. for #3 i am hearing
Complete thread -- I can't get #3
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "rope"
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 fibrils coming apart.
Complete thread -- The lateral joint line did show a comminuted anterior horn tear of the ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort everybody
Complete thread -- me neither
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- The femoral groove had similar chondromalacia in the central portion w ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I think you nailed it.
Complete thread -- I can't get it....I thought it was something like..."reaction. There
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was noted, so 40 mg ???
Complete thread -- second blank pls
Complete thread -- There was a central defect which however was ____ severity. After thi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I'm not totally sure how he wants to correct what he said, but I do
Complete thread -- There was a central defect which however was ____ severity. After thi ...
Complete thread -- probably too late, but you have it misspelled.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "did have"
Complete thread -- The medial joint line was thus visualized. There was noted to be norm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It stands for 'all terrain vehicle'
Complete thread -- ATV
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 43-year-old male who sustained injury t ...
Complete thread -- If you have BoS2, go to page 149...I believe it falls under
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- thanks for responding. Guess I am confused on cap or not to cap.
Complete thread -- I just don't like to bother with them.
Complete thread -- Here is the Proprietary info from the FDA (2008)
Complete thread -- Cookies aren't "bad" and you can delete them anytime you want under "Internet Options"
Complete thread -- Wonder if the doc is saying 'adhesions'
Complete thread -- eye prosthesis, status post reconstruction with swelling and s/l head-hay-shins TIA!
Complete thread -- The company's website shows their product is patent pending...I would cap.
Complete thread -- just curious Q. Would you still cap that with no active trademark (I checked using
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I'll jot that down for next time around and see if it fits.
Complete thread -- indirect
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bilateral inguinal hernia and ventral hernia. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. this is it!
Complete thread -- See above thread for possibility of Hermesh
Complete thread -- I found more description at the herniamesh.com website, but they
Complete thread -- I'm finding something called Hermesh at some sites on google (here's one for instance) see
Complete thread -- We had a similar question last month, but never had a conclusive answer (see
Complete thread -- The peritoneal defect from the sac excision was then closed with 0 Vic ...
Complete thread -- m hearing "her" mesh. repeated in body of report also. posting that wav
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Promesh repair (see link)
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Ventral incarcerated incisional hernia. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with no further
Complete thread -- Bleeding antral ulcer was identified. Biopsy was obtained. Cautery w ...
Complete thread -- Pain level is 6/10 on the s/l med-co-agent scale. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "start an acid blocker due to gastritis today"
Complete thread -- The patient was awakened from anesthesia and was taken to recovery roo ...
Complete thread -- Also in BoS2, page 98...states "hyphens are always used in some compound words" and it
Complete thread -- NSP is not my cup of tea either. I don't have a problem with guns, but gun control is a
Complete thread -- Mine has Salter..the book shows it is the 2nd printing of this 2002 publication
Complete thread -- Also "test shows".....or "tests show" (U need noun-verb agreement)
Complete thread -- No thanks. I'm apolitical.
Complete thread -- It was osseus. Thanks everyone for the input.
Complete thread -- Me too. You're welcome!
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- now I'm curious but my BoS is at work & I'm on day #1 of vacation, so can't check 'til
Complete thread -- I seem to only use the plus symbol on reflexes, edema, range of motion, etc. Thanks!
Complete thread -- hmmm.. not sure, but I think it is either: 20-plus years' or 20-plus-year history
Complete thread -- Is this typed correctly? He has 20-plus-years smoking history.
Complete thread -- ? osteodegenerative
Complete thread -- osseous?
Complete thread -- CXR: Chronic obstructive changes with incidental finding of s/l oh-shills TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you, Poi!
Complete thread -- Glad to help! I find the sound so much sharper from the sound card.
Complete thread -- nuclear stress test - will look the same on both rest and exercise scans (a fixed defect)
Complete thread -- fixed defect?
Complete thread -- Stress test show no ischemia or s/l fixed effect. Ejection fraction is preserved. TIA
Complete thread -- thanks for the isgal...I use Power MP3 with a microphone. Didn't even
Complete thread -- capecitabine
Complete thread -- pt with rectal adenocarcinoma recommended S/L Capasedaven? 825 mg/m2
Complete thread -- there was a little bit of
Complete thread -- You're right, it's used in pharmaceuticals too.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I will leave vf a little longer, then turn in to QA.
Complete thread -- and also developed a ?? (OR..and also opened a ) ? sorry...still bad sound file.
Complete thread -- how odd. I just copied and pasted from what mine had.
Complete thread -- Might go with the pantoprazol (as an ingredient in the capsule) by looking at this:
Complete thread -- VF is a bit better now, I think. Thanks for trying again.
Complete thread -- I hear it now. it is accompanying. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Go with mt's answer. It makes sense.
Complete thread -- mine has "Salter"
Complete thread -- it was med list and now that I already sent it prior and now seeing this, I am wondering
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "appropriate" but that makes no sense. I hope someone else gets it
Complete thread -- accompanying?
Complete thread -- news is one thing, but this isn't the board for political discussions (try NotSoPolitivus)
Complete thread -- THis one might be easy. I just want to be sure I hear correctly. Thanks
Complete thread -- Of course I couldn't hear. I am not even familiar with 'felon'. Thanks
Complete thread -- felon
Complete thread -- ABSCESS/______, LEFT MIDDLE FINGERTIP. OPERATION PERFORMED: ...
Complete thread -- he was giving patient's medication list
Complete thread -- I have Windows 7 and I think have been unsuccessful trying in teh past.
Complete thread -- I never caught this error in AAMT BOS2 before, page 297
Complete thread -- I don't know how to record from sound card. Sorry
Complete thread -- I find that recording it from the sound card is a lot clearer than from the speakers.
Complete thread -- Surprise, surprise. White House calls for more gun control after Oregon shooting. They're
Complete thread -- I can try but doubt it is clearer.
Complete thread -- FDG-avid
Complete thread -- on whole body PET scan pt had S/L epi-G-avid? osseous lesions of the lung
Complete thread -- Any way you can make a clearer wav?
Complete thread -- the skin had deteriorated and ___ wound here about 3 mm in length
Complete thread -- :( Such terrible news.
Complete thread -- Live stream video just now said 13.
Complete thread -- I just saw 13 dead. They probably don't have the final count yet. Heartbreaking.
Complete thread -- Maybe the OP will come back and give us some context
Complete thread -- I saw 10 dead, but even 1 is too many.
Complete thread -- I have a sneaky suspicion this is not what the doctor ordered. :)
Complete thread -- Another school shooting, 7 dead and 20 injured. Ho hum, just another day in the
Complete thread -- page 2 here has the strangest list of things that it's used for - quite a variety
Complete thread -- Looks like it has a bunch of purposes, but it's mostly for shaving and soap. see link
Complete thread -- I wondered about Polymox (amoxicillin) but that doesn't have WSR after it.
Complete thread -- How did the doc dictate this? What is he using this stuff for?
Complete thread -- I see it in cement too...??
Complete thread -- But the WSR stands for water soluble resins? Don't think it's a med but is used in shaving
Complete thread -- My doc usually says "risk stratify" - so I'd go with it.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I was just about to suggest that. That's what I'm seeing
Complete thread -- going with Polyox WSR
Complete thread -- medication dictated as "poly (doc paused) o-x (slash) wsr"
Complete thread -- think so-see definition
Complete thread -- s/l stratify her treatment
Complete thread -- I agree - if you hear it clearly I wouldn't question it.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I really don't think I'd question this. Instead of the middle, they put it at the end?
Complete thread -- -Celect filter was advanced and positioned *at the end* of the sheath.
Complete thread -- force ratio
Complete thread -- 2nd word- clinical correlation would be helpful
Complete thread -- MRI of hip 2 words
Complete thread -- hip exam after surgery
Complete thread -- :) love the long-winded answers as they give clarity :) Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'm glad you asked... and I'm going to answer beta-blocker with a hyphen.
Complete thread -- beta-blocker or beta blocker ?
Complete thread -- I found it without a problem. It was a journal article, not a google search, so...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- the patient said Congress has "malintent" towards her.
Complete thread -- It googles well enough.
Complete thread -- Is malintent a word?
Complete thread -- might be "supratrochanteric" but "superior" is okay if you hear it that way.
Complete thread -- s/l superior-make sense
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- Yay! :)
Complete thread -- I would put "running after she does this..." anad then new sentence When she has...
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- That was it!! Thank you, DDE!
Complete thread -- Sorry, I have no advice - I listened again and still hear it like that. Maybe just leave
Complete thread -- that is what I thought too. Verbatim but we correct if wrong. Unsure how to re-word
Complete thread -- that first sentence is definitely off, but it does sound like what he is saying
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- #11 sounds like Ambien
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly, does not seem to make sense
Complete thread -- 35-year-old female being seen by Cardiology for tachycardia and
Complete thread -- Sorry, now I see it was already sent.
Complete thread -- automatic?
Complete thread -- here is one link
Complete thread -- I found Omni-Tack used for hernia surgery (and now can't find it again).
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying! I sent it without the name of stapling device.
Complete thread -- can't find anything like that - sorry, I tried.
Complete thread -- splenorrhaphy
Complete thread -- Weird. Found it, but only when searching with Nasopore... Hemopore.
Complete thread -- what kind of surgery?
Complete thread -- nasal surgery s/l hemapore
Complete thread -- if there were two procedures, it could be inter, otherwise I agree w/intra
Complete thread -- dictator emphasized inter and had to double check but always thought
Complete thread -- intra
Complete thread -- The skin was approximated using s/l*oni-make* stapling device and the procedure was t
Complete thread -- is it interprocedural or intraprocedural
Complete thread -- you sound like a politician
Complete thread -- Artificial Tears.. I appreciate your help. Have a good day.
Complete thread -- I think you're right about glaucoma; can't think of what else it'd be.
Complete thread -- type 2 diabetes, s/l glycoma, depression, dyslipidemia.
Complete thread -- look it up (google.com)
Complete thread -- DJD not TJD
Complete thread -- thanks a lot isgal
Complete thread -- DJD with
Complete thread -- Left knee arthritis, left knee ______________ likely medial meniscal t ...
Complete thread -- thank a lot isgal
Complete thread -- I yield to below.
Complete thread -- He is correcting...medication. She has been given (left knee AND RIGHT, not hemorrhoid)
Complete thread -- medication. She has been given a prescription for the left knee MRI to rule out medial
Complete thread -- The patient will continue with the anti-inflammatory medication has be ...
Complete thread -- thank you isgal
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- to wear and tear rather
Complete thread -- The patient presents today for a left knee evaluation. She had injury ...
Complete thread -- thank you isgal
Complete thread -- Muscle spasm present. Lower extremity strength
Complete thread -- ______________ strength, sensation and DTRs are intact. ...
Complete thread -- thank you. I will recheck for left scope arthroscopy ...
Complete thread -- I would change it to something like: She developed pain in the knee which progressively
Complete thread -- but you need to fix up the sentence
Complete thread -- progressively increases
Complete thread -- she developed the pain in the knee progress of the ______ was treated ...
Complete thread -- thank you isgal ...
Complete thread -- later on that day
Complete thread -- sorry wav posted
Complete thread -- with wav
Complete thread -- Can you give us a s/l or post an audio? There's no way we can even guess otherwise.
Complete thread -- The pain ______ on that day was so severe that she went to the emergen ...
Complete thread -- thank you isgal
Complete thread -- 3-stop U-turn and was rear ended by another car
Complete thread -- The patient was making the restart U-turn and was ______ car ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think a minimally invasive ____ high parietal lobule has the best chance of giving
Complete thread -- and widen??? not sure at all
Complete thread -- No consideration therefore was made of taking down the rotator cuff fo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- cross sectionally
Complete thread -- The patient presented to clinic with MRI demonstrating absent ACL with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "with Cloward bone dowels."
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Left knee failed anterior cruciate liga ...
Complete thread -- Especially considering the statement that follows
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Could be.
Complete thread -- m hearing constricted and compressed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get the blank, but from the sound of his voice I think
Complete thread -- An incision was made dorsal to volar and center of it and then the dis ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- used to get down to the...also he says "blade to go through"
Complete thread -- An oblique incision was made over the first dorsal compartment using a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I was commenting on #1 a correction and #2 what he said (in case I was not clear)
Complete thread -- I hear "tearing posteriorly inferiorly"..he corrects himself to "switched
Complete thread -- He had some labral tearing posteriorly and inferiorly as well but not ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Hyphens may not be necessary. Googling shows it both ways.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "labral anterior-to-posterior repair/?cuff (or ?rotator cuff) repair
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left shoulder instability, anterior and poste ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- did a slight
Complete thread -- We did debride throughout the shoulder again and then liberated the ro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. we freed it up 2. our space here
Complete thread -- Once we went in the joint space, we did place a whipstitch to the bice ...
Complete thread -- sorry Darlene...no more time to play tonight. Perhaps you can explain
Complete thread -- 4th paragraph of link Darlene...exact copy and paste of link
Complete thread -- indicate you two poi & T gave yhe bad advice, in need of ☂ but ignored
Complete thread -- I don't see anterior superior"skate" in link. 3 dots on google indicate a separate article
Complete thread -- post has nothing to do with this thread
Complete thread -- I thought google was your friend? Here is a link that might help you.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- a guess, starts with an "F" ? frayed tissue throughout
Complete thread -- I hear "on frayed tissue"
Complete thread -- frayed
Complete thread -- Surgical specimens may be contaminated with microorganisms or malignant cells.
Complete thread -- Upon entrance into the joint, moderate synovitis was encountered and d ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- forgot the link
Complete thread -- I hear "anterior superior skate" (no time to research though)
Complete thread -- Hey poi & T How does mannitol& sorbitol?- fit hysteriscopy distention fluid
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "appropriate consents were obtained"
Complete thread -- all specifics?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Don't know the blank, but I hear "with him before the consents were obtained."
Complete thread -- I explained to him the risks, benefits, and rehabilitation ____ were d ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- anchor suture
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right shoulder massive rotator cuff tear, ins ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- foot
Complete thread -- oops here's link
Complete thread -- He may be using verbal shorthand for megaloblastic macrocytic (see link).., but I
Complete thread -- i guess this dailymotion site is operative only in India.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Chronic diabetic ____ ulcer, right foot. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Patient has chronic anemia that is s/l megalo macrocytic. TIA!
Complete thread -- must be. thank you.
Complete thread -- Yep, you're right!
Complete thread -- Ah! I think you're right.
Complete thread -- I think that was OP with a self-good-grief (beta=B)
Complete thread -- genu valgum? (knock knees)
Complete thread -- s/l genovulgras (sm for context) thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, but if you google "beta cell large cell lymhoma" you get zero hits. The
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Good grief, if you google "b cell large cell lymphoma," you get many hits. Sigh!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I checked abbreviations.com to see if they had an
Complete thread -- I'd probably let it go if dictated. It's understandable imho.
Complete thread -- I believe you are right. Thank you.
Complete thread -- skew deviation?
Complete thread -- Beta cell large cell lymphoma. Would you accept that for large B-cell lymphoma?
Complete thread -- NM. Think this is view.
Complete thread -- Patient is allergic to s/l pro-pin-ase. TIA!
Complete thread -- Extraocular ROM is full. I do not see any obvious s/l you deviation. TIA!
Complete thread -- I usually don't point out typos but I thought it was funny since you were correcting
Complete thread -- yeah, correcting my mistakes starts getting rather drawn out so I gave up :)
Complete thread -- um... you mean you forgot to add a *word*?
Complete thread -- maybe inflated? or deflated? Assuming it means change in
Complete thread -- OP - do you hear the words bone and belly, or guessing on bone or belly?
Complete thread -- fleeted
Complete thread -- forgot to add work "moot" for moot point :)
Complete thread -- I was actually trying to *logic out* why there would be zero hits
Complete thread -- more info here. TY for your help. s/l flaited
Complete thread -- Note: I believe the term is "out to length" (no 'the'). Googling
Complete thread -- could be muscle/bone since tenodesis is attaching muscle to bone.
Complete thread -- ....however this has been gradually s/l flaited (psychiatric note)
Complete thread -- In which case perhaps you should blank and flag because he might
Complete thread -- With all the rain I've had lately, I need one of those ella-ella-ellas.
Complete thread -- belly (google muscle belly)
Complete thread -- s/l muscle bulk or belly standpoint
Complete thread -- catching just a fuzzy start and ending with articular
Complete thread -- Googling shows there could be intraarticular involvement. If you hear it, I would use it.
Complete thread -- keyword *material*
Complete thread -- I'd use craniocaudal (vertical) direction) disk migration sm
Complete thread -- I have found reference to disc craniocaudal migration...the
Complete thread -- I still think it is handy to umbrella a really bad answer so others
Complete thread -- shoulder procedure-questioning intraaticular components-racing through
Complete thread -- you're probably right, I'm no expert, and we don't have the full context anyhoo.
Complete thread -- oh good - that's handy. I always have to go looking for that umbrella.
Complete thread -- yeah, I think the disc material can migrate, just not the disc itself, it is
Complete thread -- umbrella fluff
Complete thread -- ☂ Just me trying to save one for a copy & paste if I need it.
Complete thread -- I can't post links, but when I google craniocaudal disc migration ...
Complete thread -- Poi? Does this one warrant an ☂
Complete thread -- and neither is "Cranial caudal disc migration"
Complete thread -- might add "craniocaudal disc migration" is not verifiable.
Complete thread -- I would use the combined form - though neither is wrong
Complete thread -- Cranial caudal disc migration or craniocaudal disc migration?
Complete thread -- so you're saying "in u linus" is really "epiphysis" or "physis"?
Complete thread -- anybody need an umbrella? I got one below :)
Complete thread -- and not likely since we can't hear it... I'm at a loss on this one
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You weren't rude and just asked a simple question so
Complete thread -- still not sure but great guess-blanking
Complete thread -- epiphysis or physis as in distal fibular epiphysis
Complete thread -- not that it matters since OP is flagging it...
Complete thread -- what? Are you suggesting that "specimens" is really "specimens and instruments"?
Complete thread -- WAG...malleolus
Complete thread -- remove the dirty specimens and instruments
Complete thread -- insufflation
Complete thread -- submerged in saline solution. Gentle _____ with the proctoscope was
Complete thread -- i think maybe - will flag
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- foot exam
Complete thread -- could he have said (or meant to say) dirty instruments?
Complete thread -- yes,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- inter-loop (?)
Complete thread -- releasing the adhesions. _____ small bowel adhesions
Complete thread -- was there bowel rupture? (I would think that is pretty *dirty*, though
Complete thread -- sustentaculum?
Complete thread -- proceeded to remove all the *dirty specimens used* during this part of the surgery
Complete thread -- yes - impending? (sounds like compending though)
Complete thread -- Can you hear it now
Complete thread -- ORIF s/l sustan tach lin
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there?
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- sorry, I didn't mean to seem rude or anything, I was just curious
Complete thread -- foot status post fasciotomy for the ______ compartment syndrom
Complete thread -- well, 50 cc may very well work (if they put in an implant and describe it as cc ...why
Complete thread -- if you are asking me, I typed *what I heard* and said that was what I heard.
Complete thread -- is is normal to put amounts of DCIS in cc's?
Complete thread -- Sorta what I hear too, but its kinda muffled?
Complete thread -- 10 mm. (corrected from 30 mm) 50 cc of
Complete thread -- Left, oncoplastic breast reduction _______ DCIS
Complete thread -- Thank you so much Franklin D Roosevelt and poi!
Complete thread -- awl and?
Complete thread -- The discectomy was completed with an s/l*awly* rongeur
Complete thread -- forgot a hyphen (used to my autocorrect)
Complete thread -- 12-year-old son
Complete thread -- 12-year old son
Complete thread -- She has recently had a squeeze from her ___ which has given I think a delayed bruisi
Complete thread -- Tenon's tissue and check ligaments
Complete thread -- s/l Tiance tissue and s/l chek-lorig-mans
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Only googling shows it should be 2 words...drop arm
Complete thread -- Thank you Questyr!!! I would have never found that!
Complete thread -- yeah, the first thing I did was try a different spelling :)
Complete thread -- ??Qlaira?? see link
Complete thread -- also find the pita(bread) type description here (link)
Complete thread -- I have given her a prescription of ___ and Zoely to trial sequentially
Complete thread -- Nice link poi. Don't U just love the way doc's spell?
Complete thread -- did find this (sm and link)
Complete thread -- I cannot verify this term. Has anybody heard it before?
Complete thread -- He said it again later in the report and stated Pitta-type tear and spelled it.
Complete thread -- maybe PO stands for posterior oblique?
Complete thread -- it's droparm sign
Complete thread -- s/l P-O-type tear
Complete thread -- test for shoulder- s/l form drawer sign? In quotes
Complete thread -- got it- indolent
Complete thread -- s/l indu len infection
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- that's my guess too
Complete thread -- thanks, pie - I like that first link even better!
Complete thread -- shotgun blast ?
Complete thread -- OK, here's one I've never heard: Patient was hit with a "chuckumblast" with some
Complete thread -- Have a great day! (Link doesn't work for me)
Complete thread -- Good night all. Less work today.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "so an in situ"
Complete thread -- in situ
Complete thread -- I then obtained hemostasis using bipolar electrocautery and I fully fl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The right arm was exsanguinated and the tourniquet was inflated to 250 ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "splitting" (#1 and #2)
Complete thread -- What is the next sentence?
Complete thread -- #3 of the
Complete thread -- I decompressed the ulnar nerve throughout its course both proximally a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "out of its" (or "out of the") ...#2 "not"
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- As he has failed all conservative measures, he was consented and broug ...
Complete thread -- Good. I used to have an electrophysiology account and have heard it all a zillion times.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He changes his mind to end up with "epinephrine; half into the thoracic, one half into etc
Complete thread -- yeah. m hearing connected. Thanks
Complete thread -- I injected 20 mL of 0.25% Marcaine with epinephrine *into the calf, in ...
Complete thread -- Listen carefully and you'll hear "connected."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I like this better
Complete thread -- pocket, connected the leads to the...
Complete thread -- affixed the leads to the pulse generator?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and I fit the leads to the pulse"
Complete thread -- I irrigated the pulse generator pocket and ____ pulse generator and im ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- canal, the top of the lead just above the inferior end plate of T8
Complete thread -- I thought I hear *preoperative* but was unable to confirm since wav changed
Complete thread -- We then irrigated the wound thoroughly, obtained hemostasis using bipo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I should add....I think he says 'preferenced'
Complete thread -- preferenced...remove the word 'at'...while he says 'vertebrae' it s/b vertebra
Complete thread -- The C-arm fluoroscopy identified the appropriate level and identified ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and felt like it was beneficial both for"
Complete thread -- felt like it was beneficial both for
Complete thread -- He had good coverage over the trial and ____ for decreasing his medica ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would transcribe as (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he repeated himself and literally said
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY: The patient had a L4 to S1 fusion. He had n ...
Complete thread -- yeah, this Virgule Vixen agrees with distal ulnar/volar aspect
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- comparable
Complete thread -- The patient had a number of surgeries and it made all of the surgery d ...
Complete thread -- but an umbrella was needed *somewhere* in this thread, so let's just
Complete thread -- hmm, I don't think you deserve this one for yourself. those parens
Complete thread -- mass about the distal ulnar, volar aspect of her forearm
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, my interpretation, dictator term/style that means the MRI provided sm
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be interosseous (not intra)?
Complete thread -- I too think resectoscope is in there (with some distention media used media C02?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oops, wrong image (they're all good, though). *here* you go.
Complete thread -- maybe dssn is after her name indicating a degree of some sort
Complete thread -- Consider cross union
Complete thread -- here you go. :)
Complete thread -- gross union means, it is (fused) visible by eyeballing it as opposed to x-ray (imaging)
Complete thread -- it can cause bony union, so I think gross union fits.
Complete thread -- pls check
Complete thread -- I'm glad you agree!! lol. I felt so incompetent. Her simple last name was hard to understa
Complete thread -- Thanks, all!
Complete thread -- glad you got it... what was she saying?
Complete thread -- She sounds like someone is chasing her and will kill her if she doesn't spit out the words
Complete thread -- No. But I understood it now. I am not used to this new dictator. Thanksb
Complete thread -- or Purisole? (which is mannitol/sorbitol)
Complete thread -- Ugh! I don't like the way she talks. Thanks
Complete thread -- Virgule Mary might like it this way: distal ulnar/volar aspect
Complete thread -- Are there any letters in her name that sound like that?
Complete thread -- a #10 trocar
Complete thread -- A Veress needle was insufflated up to 15 mmHg. A ______ was placed infraumbilically
Complete thread -- Surgeon states her name, then adds what s/l d-s-s-n. What could this be? Thanks
Complete thread -- I might be tempted to put a hyphen: distal ulnar-volar aspect
Complete thread -- were those parentheses dictated?
Complete thread -- mannitol? sorbitol?
Complete thread -- Is this okay or do I need additional punctuation in words in parentheses?
Complete thread -- ah damn... that link isn't right
Complete thread -- haters gonna hate (or so I've heard.)
Complete thread -- I can't seem to find a trademark for Army-Navy retractor, not even a "dead" one.
Complete thread -- That is interesting. I always say Legos too, but apparently it's only Americans who do
Complete thread -- resectoscope?
Complete thread -- the operative hysteroscope with s/l *resect-a-sol or saw* as a distension media
Complete thread -- wow!!! you must be the queen of time management. keeping it going with one was
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions.
Complete thread -- Wow. Thanks. New term for me.
Complete thread -- pardon the double post
Complete thread -- well, each way is found in one "dictionary" (Wikipedia, Medical Dictionary, respectively)
Complete thread -- enthesophyte (or enthesiophyte?) hang on... lemme check spelling
Complete thread -- another link on same subject...
Complete thread -- another link on same subject...
Complete thread -- osteophytes is all i can think of, maybe another word before osteophytes?
Complete thread -- on the subject of plurals of brand names, I found this "mental floss" on the subject...
Complete thread -- some area of s/l stee-zee-oh-phytes over the greater trochanter. TIA!
Complete thread -- fwiw There is dispute in the archives, but I believe it s/b Army-Navys . I found
Complete thread -- I'm down to 2 cups and the 2nd one is usually cold by the time I finish it.
Complete thread -- thanks anyhow - flagged it
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- also, I think the word "in" doesn't belong there.
Complete thread -- innocuous?
Complete thread -- I tried, but I keep seeing Accolade II without any other word in between. Sorry.
Complete thread -- s/l noculus sacral insufficiency fracture
Complete thread -- Disregard
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- well, yeah, my coffee maker thinks I'm having 8 cups but it is only 4 in my mug.
Complete thread -- I have search high and low for Stryker hip component, sm
Complete thread -- I disagree - "poly" is indeed slang/short form for polyethylene...
Complete thread -- agree Bjork flap. Googles well
Complete thread -- More like large mugs for me. :)
Complete thread -- okay thank you
Complete thread -- For me, iIf clear, I'd go as dictated. This is not "slang" per se in this context
Complete thread -- I think you may have more clues to yur s/l in the body of the OP note
Complete thread -- Note to pluralize k
Complete thread -- thanks poi :)
Complete thread -- nice solve taco
Complete thread -- I not sure precisely what procedures the doctor is saying
Complete thread -- ? Bjork
Complete thread -- would "poly" be considered slang? or not?
Complete thread -- yes, bringing all the weight down on the knee
Complete thread -- I enjoyed my usual 4 cups.
Complete thread -- all the way down the knee up? is "up" the last word of the sentence?
Complete thread -- then placed into the *oric* flap and
Complete thread -- I hope you're all enjoying National Coffee Day.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for the help
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, dictator clipping the sentence I believe & prob means sm
Complete thread -- need a little help with this sentence-don't think the word bringing is correct
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be ascending aorta and/or aortic valve - not two separate things?
Complete thread -- s/l gene e all skin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What's wrong with just the way you have it? Not sure I'm understanding the question.
Complete thread -- Thank you all!
Complete thread -- all biological
Complete thread -- also because he is "resting comfortably" it sounds more immediately postop.
Complete thread -- not sure how to transcribe "ascending aortic valve" for which he is followed
Complete thread -- Oooh, even better.
Complete thread -- Yes. Wonder if both s/b plural.
Complete thread -- Also, "taken out" doesn't make sense to me. ??taken now??
Complete thread -- Unless he means postop from the recent right total knee but agree it's weird. Postop
Complete thread -- WAG ???prostate chips???
Complete thread -- prostatic chips?
Complete thread -- cauterization was achieved and *positive* chips were collected
Complete thread -- the whole thing seems weird to me...
Complete thread -- Maybe he just means it as in to go ahead with the scheduled replacement but a weird way of
Complete thread -- Nope, I agree with "the known."
Complete thread -- That's the first thing I heard too.
Complete thread -- no, I'm hearing "known" with a long /o/ sound
Complete thread -- yes, it does sound like plural "fibroids" (though I note it is singular later in report)
Complete thread -- anyone hear benign?
Complete thread -- I hear "to do change" (which isn't much better)
Complete thread -- Then we both are hearing wrong.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "the known intracavity fibroids,"
Complete thread -- All i hear is "Decision was made to change..." ?? I must be hearing wrong.
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- ooh - pardon me, my bad, the wav was answered, it was an MP3.
Complete thread -- known (but unless the WAV below was yours also, you posted over an unanswered WAV)
Complete thread -- At this stage, it seems to me that it is likely to be a ___ intracavity fibroid but w
Complete thread -- Decision was made to __________.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ostia?
Complete thread -- endometrium appears normal, ____ seen bilaterally, nil adnexal masses palpable.
Complete thread -- That's what I went with but wasn't entirely comfortable on my own. Thank you.
Complete thread -- anterior, anteroseptal, and apical akinesis?
Complete thread -- Coronary artery disease.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Google shows ganglion impar block
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Coccydynia. TITLE OF OPERATION: ...
Complete thread -- comprehensive exam?????
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- can continue to study
Complete thread -- me neither but he does use the confidence again in the same manner
Complete thread -- We have also looked at an SRF InSPIRA implant with 770 cc on the right ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not to me.
Complete thread -- does this make sense (in quotes)
Complete thread -- in the wholesale
Complete thread -- She is a business owner ____ flower business. ...
Complete thread -- pot/kettle. :) wow, 9 for you? (1 for me) all biological or other?
Complete thread -- wow!
Complete thread -- take care. 2 of my own (1 boy and 1 girl) and 1 adopted boy.
Complete thread -- off to visit the in-laws now. ttyl
Complete thread -- The earlier thread fell off the page, so I'm continuing here.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2+1. :-)
Complete thread -- 9 :) You?
Complete thread -- anterior
Complete thread -- :-) how many kids do you have?
Complete thread -- The soft palate was suspended with a suction tubing, non-latex, and th ...
Complete thread -- yeah. :-). i thought i spoiled your breakfast. haha. therefore i change channel from
Complete thread -- I agree. One of my kids is anaphylactic to dairy, fish, and peanut, so I can't see making
Complete thread -- sorry if what I wrote was offensive. Just cultural differences. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- i myself have turned vegetarian. no restriction on the family though.
Complete thread -- sorry to spoil your breakfast.
Complete thread -- hypnotics
Complete thread -- The patient was placed on the operating table in a supine position. A ...
Complete thread -- are your wife and kids also vegans or did you do that yourself? I don't think I would be
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- that's a good analogy, guy. thanks for the perspective.
Complete thread -- no worries, I knew what you meant. :) here are the song lyrics in English, btw.
Complete thread -- its neural foramina and it looks like it is "enormous amount of" maybe disc
Complete thread -- You should have put a warning in your subject line. I nearly lost my breakfast. ;)
Complete thread -- I didn't mean to imply that you can't find anything though. :)
Complete thread -- nice. thanks again. :)
Complete thread -- thanks. I considered that too, but this guy is all about crossing his t's & dotting i's,
Complete thread -- also found this: (could not find anything that talked about 3 times a month)
Complete thread -- I am concerned that he may be referring the AFP-L3 (see link) tho he does not say "L3"
Complete thread -- thanks, poi. and from what I can see, AFP-3 would also mainly be used in pregnancy?
Complete thread -- my opinion is 3-monthly and I did find: (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The entry point was L1-2.
Complete thread -- wow, sorry, really messed up the copy/paste on that. reposting here:
Complete thread -- There was clear, free flow of cerebrospinal fluid and a styleted cathe ...
Complete thread -- opinions on punctuating: AFP-3 monthly or AFP 3-monthly?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- able to receive on #3. connect TO catheter
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Malfunction of intrathecal catheter, spinal s ...
Complete thread -- aww, shucks y'all, thanks. (but isgal is right, this one wasn't much of a challenge)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not sure but it might be a saline sterile dressing.
Complete thread -- I watched some of the "Meet Your Meat" videos which are
Complete thread -- i have turned a veggy myself.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- subcuticular ....and included a _____? sterile dressing
Complete thread -- The posterolateral incision was closed with 3-0 Vicryl and 4-0 Monocry ...
Complete thread -- little baby calves are adorable. l live near a farm and see them
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- attempts were done to remove; however, it could not be fully removed
Complete thread -- The loose body was also identified and ____; however, it could not be ...
Complete thread -- true that! :-)
Complete thread -- I think you got it! Going to use it with a flag to confirm. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't hate cow eaters. I think cow is a very cute animal and I love it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to address her?
Complete thread -- i don't drink it (but in my childhood my maternal grandmother bathed me with it, lol)
Complete thread -- She was placed under general anesthesia and then placed in a lateral d ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was confirmed, the patient was then transferred
Complete thread -- After risks and benefits were discussed with the patient, the patient’ ...
Complete thread -- famotidine
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho, 4th edition (no idea why "lock" & "walker" are capped, but I just do Cam)
Complete thread -- sorry sound file already gone
Complete thread -- Ex-PRESS shunt (Alcon, Inc)
Complete thread -- thanks for trying Q
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Timolol, latanoprost, _______, losartan, Lasix, lamotrigine, and topiramate.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr. I think I will flag in case this is not a stumble.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure...he is either stumbling and saying "on the superior limbus" or there is
Complete thread -- Not sure if the blank is 5th or fixed. Fixed would make more sense. Any feedback?
Complete thread -- I can hear...incision on this ______ superior limbus through.....
Complete thread -- Ex-PRESS shunt placement, eye.
Complete thread -- I was thinking you shouldn't knock it unless you tried it. Indian people
Complete thread -- Lumbar-s/l*a mot-a-ca-ma* disc
Complete thread -- The movie name is in the title of the clip :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for that, pie. It's pretty poorly written, but it does shed some light on what's
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- what???? what's that got to do with anything? Is that all you know (think you know) about
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! I learned something, I never really knew what it stood for! I think I'm
Complete thread -- Found a book "A Manual of Orthopaedic Terminology" initially
Complete thread -- Yeah, it is weird since it is an acronym and should be CAM.
Complete thread -- I wish I knew. I usually put Cam, but some docs spell it for me as all caps.
Complete thread -- I find in Vera Pyle's Current Medical Terminology, 8th Ed, the
Complete thread -- Okay, lets nitpick. I come across "cam boot' and see several in archives and on
Complete thread -- please disregard my question
Complete thread -- Green thick purulent secretions were seen. Do I need commas?
Complete thread -- Exactly what answer are you giving? The OP isn't asking what the words mean.
Complete thread -- Yes, I recall reading about Cologuard replacing colonoscopy
Complete thread -- Clearly, you don't research, you should. Go ahead provide an answer for OP
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you taco!
Complete thread -- this approximately
Complete thread -- we should consider a further colonoscopy as ideally one would contemplate ____ six mo
Complete thread -- if it s/l tenotomy OR sheathotomy how can the answer be "flexor tenotomy and sheathotomy"?
Complete thread -- Since multiple digits mentioned & flexor tendons, may be saying sm
Complete thread -- That doesn't surprise me from a country where the people drink
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- being that "trans-" means over or through, "transprecordial" makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- pie can find anything
Complete thread -- transprecordial
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, I cannot post a sound file. I also found that about th ...
Complete thread -- a tenotomy is cutting of tendons? and reading up on it, sheathotomy is usually done on (SM
Complete thread -- I hope it is ribbed...
Complete thread -- bwa ha ha ha
Complete thread -- Laceration to multiple digits
Complete thread -- wait - 6 months for "her new PSA" ?? huh?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yep, i hear that too. and I can't get the blank either.
Complete thread -- I can't get blank - but I hear "in *the face of a* completely normal PSA"
Complete thread -- can you please check again
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- and some say size doesn't matter.
Complete thread -- Dosing is no more than 1 pill per day (per their website) all I can hear is "q." though.
Complete thread -- no mp3 there
Complete thread -- erectile dysfunction _______ diagnosis in a patient with
Complete thread -- Levitra 20 mg ________ on an empty stomach
Complete thread -- No need to be sorry!
Complete thread -- I'm going with periostitis and a flag.
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- ASCAD -- atherosclerotic coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- s/l ASCAT or AZCAT status post bypass and subsequent stent placement.
Complete thread -- I was going by what my doctor said. It appears he's not as informed as what I thought.
Complete thread -- Let me add: Patient being seen after inversion injury to ankle.
Complete thread -- Ankle and tib-fib x-rays: No evidence of s/l "paracytis" -- see inside
Complete thread -- from what I've heard, it doesn't actually replace colonoscopy
Complete thread -- Thanks. Did you know about Cologuard genetic testing for colon cancer which virtually rep
Complete thread -- Gene test finds which breast cancer patients can skip chemo
Complete thread -- ESL doc says the patient lives in a small condom.
Complete thread -- hey pie, I am amazed how you managed to find the plot and movie name? haha
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Polymyxin B
Complete thread -- i think it is not only criminal but also amounts to capital punishment here.
Complete thread -- After this was done, there was yellowish pus coming out of the maxilla ...
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- got it - Legionella antigen
Complete thread -- CTs revealed extensive tree-in-bud opacities and a positive ______ antigen.
Complete thread -- puckering of the skin
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I read it was decriminalized, then the 153-year-old colonial days law (British ban) was
Complete thread -- oh, it was set in Miami, so the Indian ban on homosexuality is moot.
Complete thread -- yes, good point. interesting. I found a plot summary for the movie.
Complete thread -- oops typo is maybe
Complete thread -- Even with it suggested in comedy I'm surprised, because it's "illegal" to be gay in India,
Complete thread -- The point you raise is may be confusing to some readers, so
Complete thread -- It s/b 'us' ...See this grammar link, bottom of page, which answers same type question
Complete thread -- I haven't seen the movie but it looks like the mom is having somw misu ...
Complete thread -- We.
Complete thread -- I didn't understand much of it either. I didn't realize that was her son. Maybe
Complete thread -- Get rid of "who"
Complete thread -- Your opinions please - we or us? sm
Complete thread -- thanks. yes, occiput to C5.
Complete thread -- agree, it was occiput
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I heard radiculopathy status post occiput to C2 to C5 fusion
Complete thread -- bi-monthly and that
Complete thread -- He has better energy, and he has been taking testosterone injections ___ and that
Complete thread -- plication =taking tucks in a structure to shorten it.
Complete thread -- I'd love to know more about the context. pretty confusing to me,
Complete thread -- oy vey, I'm betting it was "occiput." sent on with blanks now, though. thanks
Complete thread -- mp3 for the second time he says it, a little clearer
Complete thread -- btw: short "i" ... s/l a-sip-it
Complete thread -- s/l asipit, accipit, a sipet ?? to C5 fusion
Complete thread -- Here are 5 PubMed articles with reference to 50/50 mixture (I used
Complete thread -- 2. ____ was prescribed to be used twice daily for the tape dermatitis ...
Complete thread -- Yes, lb, thanks for that reference. I do believe the : would be more appropriate.
Complete thread -- Wiki was just a reference to the phrase "half and half." I wouldn't use it to verify.
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- too tired tonight...
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- punctum
Complete thread -- non-tendre cystic nodule with a central /sl punter
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- BOS Pg. 348 (not sure this helps, but I'd put a 50:50 mixture?
Complete thread -- Since it would be a half and half mixture, I would type 50/50 (see link)
Complete thread -- 50/50 or 50:50 ???
Complete thread -- performed?
Complete thread -- hmm another recent dictator used this term proned, wonder if means sm
Complete thread -- Yes, heads. Tip 4 next time google.com head gastrocnemius and soleus
Complete thread -- I think I would use it, dictator term/preference more than one definition
Complete thread -- Well, that was different. :)
Complete thread -- spine x-rays
Complete thread -- Botox injection
Complete thread -- sphenopalatine
Complete thread -- s/l soono palatine block
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- sp Achilles tendon rupture repair
Complete thread -- I've heard them both said. It depends what you hear,
Complete thread -- is it "Facies symmetrical." or "Face is symmetrical."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes, I think that makes more sense, CT sinus (scan).
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing Had CT sinus which showed extensive
Complete thread -- nasal congestion (who?) has tried medications, without any helping.
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 57-year-old patient with nasal congestion. He ...
Complete thread -- just for fun
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Yes. Sorry for the typo.
Complete thread -- u mean Washio right?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to end up with "Wasio-type" (see link)
Complete thread -- He changes his mind to end up with "
Complete thread -- Meticulous hemostasis was obtained in the bone with cauterization and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "scalp"
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Radical supratentorial resection of tumor of scal ...
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- The lesion appeared to be similar to a neurofibroma or schwannoma in c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "pore. It was incised with a centimeter"
Complete thread -- Under general anesthesia, the patient was prepped and draped in a ster ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ear. It was excised with its
Complete thread -- The helical rim was then closed in a complex pattern using resorbable ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Googling comes up with 'Darwin' ...see link for google hits
Complete thread -- The abnormal cartilage was then grafted to the helical rim. A pocket ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This is #2. The one below is #1.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "into" ....Can't tell if there is a word following 'into'
Complete thread -- I think I hear "to allow for then reconstruction where the"
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- The fasciocutaneous flap was elevated up above the area of the conchal ...
Complete thread -- There was an
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. There was a ...2. on the back for
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried down to the cartilage that extended from the tr ...
Complete thread -- It is Bacillus cereus. Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Googling comes up with Bacillus cereus (see link) as a possibility
Complete thread -- Bacillus cereus?
Complete thread -- could be Staphylococcus or s/l bass-uh-less-your-ee-us, which can cause acute
Complete thread -- thanks, that's what I'm hearing too. not strictly but still too verbatim where I work
Complete thread -- What I *think* I hear is "pulse sat" ... what I think she *means* is
Complete thread -- Consult on a 16-month-old... see MP3
Complete thread -- Thanks. Enjoyed our discussion.
Complete thread -- I'd lean toward leaving as dictated because what matters is how the dictator looks at it.
Complete thread -- I can see the logic for both...I believe AAMT was looking at
Complete thread -- I saw that but the old AAMT said it was "was intact" and claimed it was one of the most
Complete thread -- yeah, I think I am going to leave him a blank on his "take-off/take-up" whatever it is LOL
Complete thread -- It could be. Here is a link describing the nerve root sleeve
Complete thread -- then again, maybe this instead... ? hmmm
Complete thread -- No. I don't think so. This is when they are doing things like angiography. (see
Complete thread -- do you think it could be this instead?
Complete thread -- I'm not surprised. I am interpreting it that he said "take-up" in the
Complete thread -- I did find this in Stedman's Radiology... do you think this would be a match?
Complete thread -- Yes. And as it happens, this specific question was asked of
Complete thread -- getting zero hits for "take-off fluoroscopy" or "take-up fluoroscopy" with our without
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- typo...I hear "take-up fluoroscopy" (not uptake)
Complete thread -- thank you so very much! I was completely lost after going over and over again
Complete thread -- see message--I think this is breakdown of all that was done. Can be
Complete thread -- nerve root sleeve take off?, fluoroscopy, ...
Complete thread -- s/b "dissected free" (see OneLook definition, adverb #2 definition)
Complete thread -- unsure where sentence begins and ends, audio begins where ** starts
Complete thread -- Thank you - will remember that rule.
Complete thread -- units of med doses are singular, so was.
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- deftly?
Complete thread -- then 10 mL *was or were* placed into the balloon?
Complete thread -- wouldn't this be like recent and remote memory WAS?
Complete thread -- Very s/L* depthly (or dactyly)*, the testicular vessels and vas were reflected off to
Complete thread -- It's ok. I'm only a bystander and wasn't involved in this. I should have clarified I
Complete thread -- Sorry...
Complete thread -- You should have written s/l plike shun or similar cuz I thought your s/l rhymed with frict
Complete thread -- had these for some time ?
Complete thread -- That may be right...
Complete thread -- I'm not 100% sure, but I think "plication" would fit (no idea about "pliction" though)
Complete thread -- Sounds like...
Complete thread -- wait - does it sound like "pliction" or "plication"?
Complete thread -- Still sounds like...
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know the link was to a google search
Complete thread -- think I am gonna go with "A–OK" being that is what is in Webster's and not the A-Okay
Complete thread -- Googling (see link for suggestive hits) indicates it might be 'displacement' .See what
Complete thread -- had these some time?
Complete thread -- I should have mentioned that I had came across different variations and so was unsure what
Complete thread -- Breast Surgery
Complete thread -- see link for 3 choices from Dictionary.com
Complete thread -- with a CT of his abdomen and pelvis. He has previously had ____ which were normal.
Complete thread -- how would you type "a-okay" ? A-okay?
Complete thread -- split would fit the context, so you might be right about that.
Complete thread -- plicated? (I'm finding a lot of results with "commisure plication")
Complete thread -- just thought maybe he is saying split in an odd way.
Complete thread -- valvuloplasty, s/l supplate/sublate/sublate plse sm for sentence
Complete thread -- I'm sorry you can't hear it, but that's what he says. The OP and I both hear it clearly.
Complete thread -- I don't hear that parameters. It starts with an F
Complete thread -- so clear
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- in another (also ... he does know there is a *higher incidence* of phlebitis)
Complete thread -- in another
Complete thread -- PSA is in order ______ six months
Complete thread -- parameters
Complete thread -- His other _______ are within normal limits
Complete thread -- I agree that you answered your own question - should be separated in this context.
Complete thread -- question word combo
Complete thread -- I don't understand your point. It can't mean 'for' in this
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know! (don't know why I didn't think of that)
Complete thread -- blank was outflow portal
Complete thread -- very very good one - b k l o l i----"isoproterenol infusion"
Complete thread -- I worked for years at Rancho Los Amigos Ca Rheumatology Dept sm
Complete thread -- that'd be some kind of freaky knee surgery that uses a big toe portal.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- Not enuf info, Could also be related to kidney pole and tube reconstruction
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- s/l hal = hallux toe portal. (Hallux first digit of foot)
Complete thread -- I heard it, but couldn't figure it out.
Complete thread -- can I politely disagree with this answer without being called a bully?
Complete thread -- In fact, "earliest activation sites" even gets its own an acronym (EASs)
Complete thread -- with early such, with the crista terminalis with several distrinct
Complete thread -- I think "earliest" works better
Complete thread -- WAG...Abbe-McIndoe (vaginal) and tube reconstruction?
Complete thread -- 1. and early (or earliest?) sites were at the
Complete thread -- 2. Lesions
Complete thread -- BOS2 pg. 427 if dictated "times 5" then it s/b transcribed:
Complete thread -- with atrial pacing __________ crista terminalis with several distinct areas. _____ w
Complete thread -- still don't hear it. Can you try a wav? (previous wav is answered)
Complete thread -- I&D, D&C?
Complete thread -- fallopian tube reconstruction.
Complete thread -- past medical history
Complete thread -- operative?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- no- s/l hal toe or al toe
Complete thread -- I don't hear any MP3 (also, I do it "acute-on-chronic")
Complete thread -- Geez, thanks Gang. This dictator drives me nuts.
Complete thread -- antibiotics?
Complete thread -- antibiotics?
Complete thread -- antibiotics?
Complete thread -- s/l invatics
Complete thread -- No urinalysis is _______.
Complete thread -- anterior?
Complete thread -- knee surgery portal site
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Cepacol lozenges or the like advised for throat discomfort
Complete thread -- Further management will depend on symptoms. ____ discomfort at the pr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- apple-core
Complete thread -- Digital exam showed a firm mass on the anterior wall of the rectum. V ...
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He changes to: "and the vitamin D3"..."and B12 307"
Complete thread -- Time to say goodnight!
Complete thread -- Labs in June were remarkably normal including hemoglobin 14 g, serum a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- formed
Complete thread -- A 63-year-old man who has had several months of rectal irritation char ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bad
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is an unfortunate gentleman with a ____ scar subseq ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- was *cleansed*, sterilely prepped and draped
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- verbal and written consent *were* obtained
Complete thread -- Note that sequela is singular...sequelae is plural. I would
Complete thread -- I think I hear "The abdomen"
Complete thread -- After risks, benefits, complications, and possible sequela were discus ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would start a new sentence at "Linear"
Complete thread -- either reflux or
Complete thread -- The EGD exhibited irregularities of the distal esophagus near the GE j ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I do see in BoS2 ...if using the letter "x", use the lowercase...i.e. x5
Complete thread -- I don't know the current protocol for diagnoses sections...whether
Complete thread -- times five
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Screening colonoscopy. POSTOPERATIVE DI ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- typo...palpating it posteriorly"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "screw with a washer ?and get good bite and purchase, reducing etc
Complete thread -- I think I hear "nerve with my finger, palpating it posterior"
Complete thread -- Then, using manual manipulation and forceps, I was able to position in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Now, after hearing poi's suggestion, I think I hear "sustaining an elbow"
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #2 "an outlying" ...can't get #1
Complete thread -- sustained an elbow dislocation
Complete thread -- 1. ___? elbow dislocation 2. outlying facility
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: The patient is an 11-year-old male who had ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- He says "graded at 3 out of 5" (some write it as 3/5)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- s/b L4 and the L5 dermatomes (plural)
Complete thread -- There is trace reflex at the left Achilles. Motor function is ____ wi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but absent
Complete thread -- Examination of the dermatomes of the right leg reveals diminished derm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- not
Complete thread -- ??now??
Complete thread -- He states that he is ____ receiving physical therapy at this time. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- For #1 I hear "and eating"...but can't confirm that...don't even know
Complete thread -- #1. and eating??
Complete thread -- #2 stress, rising from a chair and
Complete thread -- His pain is made worse by sitting, walking, standing, bending, running ...
Complete thread -- My apologies. Woodrow needs his slumber.....
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. this is it.
Complete thread -- I find a Dr Justin Paquette, a spine surgeon in LA, CA (see link)
Complete thread -- i m hearing dr. justin puckett
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Justin Burkett but licensed acupuncturist, not doctor
Complete thread -- I'm researching number...but the rest is "for evaluation"
Complete thread -- There are facet joint degenerative changes. The patient was also seen ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- oops see link
Complete thread -- It is spelled Stevinson (see link) also don't cap county road
Complete thread -- unable to verify it
Complete thread -- Lol, could be the same ones I had written the definitions of in the margins and have
Complete thread -- I have a list of 6 or 7 words/terms I'm going to be looking up shortly from "Friendship"
Complete thread -- You were right and QA was just assuming. It's on them now.
Complete thread -- I would use Emerson to build my personal vocabulary. Loved reading him. Usually no one
Complete thread -- ... that was a good one!
Complete thread -- ... that was a good one!
Complete thread -- I was just curious what others would have done. I blanked it and QA put it back in.
Complete thread -- I'm on my way to go read that one now...
Complete thread -- I would have flagged because misspeak could have gone
Complete thread -- Quoted phrase not found (PubMed) you can find anything on Google though.
Complete thread -- Polyarthralgia rheumatica (157 hits on Google) Polymyalgia rheumatica (144,000 hits)
Complete thread -- I just skimmed over the book and "Friendship" was always my favorite. Lots of wisdom in
Complete thread -- I always thought it had something to do with being at work...
Complete thread -- I couldn't post links until I put the page at 100% by holding down teh CTRL key
Complete thread -- ahhhh! Many thanks.
Complete thread -- listen for isoproterenol infusion
Complete thread -- Cervical makes so much more sense. I've never heard of surgical traction.
Complete thread -- totally stumped here, pls sm
Complete thread -- s/l surgical traction-hearing this clearly but only cervical traction coming
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- never mind, scratch that
Complete thread -- yep, that too
Complete thread -- infected shunt?
Complete thread -- I agree with ya Q, that's exactly what I heard.
Complete thread -- I'd not comma since it usually is tandem and toe-heel (usually says heel-toe) - or (SM)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- Gait and station are normal including tandem toe and heel walk.
Complete thread -- No...make that "half the dose *actually* every week"
Complete thread -- Also I *think* he says "half the *dosage actually* every week"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "renal cystic disease,"
Complete thread -- I can't get it either. Sounds like something that starts with "sh"? Any clues in the rest
Complete thread -- I'm still hearing the old mp3
Complete thread -- it's all good. I spell mine "Momma," not "mama." :)
Complete thread -- testicular hypogonadism, BPH, _______, occasional nocturia
Complete thread -- fever from infected source ?
Complete thread -- Oh, my. I can't get anything. If the whole report sounds like that, I am impressed that
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Fever and infected _______. A stent was placed by
Complete thread -- you're right. It took me a minute to figure out what was going on
Complete thread -- On 2nd thought, it does make sense if he has a ureteral stent.
Complete thread -- (wav, not MP3) I also hear his stents. Don't know how that fits the context though. ??
Complete thread -- It seems the WAV matches the thread right below this one.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "these stents" or "his stents" ????
Complete thread -- WAV posted doesn't match the text
Complete thread -- He had an MRI which was normal. He has also had a ___ ultrasound which was normal
Complete thread -- making a lot of urine means _______ are probably not obstructed.
Complete thread -- I have his book of essays and remember liking that one also but definitely need to brush
Complete thread -- note on that google search
Complete thread -- Thank you, taco.
Complete thread -- durotomy (I found that by googling "chiari decompression" and "y-shaped *"
Complete thread -- I thought so. My favorite essay of all time is Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Self-Reliance"
Complete thread -- Chiari decompression: Y-shaped s/l*cure-otomy*
Complete thread -- I know, because I'm that tr poster. :) From "As A Man Thinketh," my favorite essay of all
Complete thread -- Good deal. thanks for the update.
Complete thread -- I thought maybe the "from a s/l comal" was run together from McConnell... not from a ...
Complete thread -- :) thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you for all the suggestions. I did send on with a blank to QA. It
Complete thread -- (note that I am not the same Teddy Roosevelt that posted up above in thread)
Complete thread -- Bully for you!
Complete thread -- great guess, lb, and nice supporting link!
Complete thread -- She can't be a bully unless she thinks she is: A man is literally what he thinks, his
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- should have also put "guessing" in there.
Complete thread -- Mcconnell taping (see link)
Complete thread -- could be saying a "combo" of taping, a Cho-Pat brace, and orthotics
Complete thread -- knee taping
Complete thread -- agree - ditto. and next, we'll be lumped together as instigators or whatever the word
Complete thread -- and, at this point, the OP hasn't come back and has probably sent it on.
Complete thread -- rhizotomies - got it
Complete thread -- Patient scheduled for right L4-5 and L5-S1 ______ s/l "raise-otomies"
Complete thread -- please keep who out of whose threads? and what "topic" do you agree with?
Complete thread -- you're assuming that "staged" is correct - it is part of the s/l and, as suggested, might
Complete thread -- Probably best to flag or wav. Dictators jump around, back & forth, clipped. Ya never know
Complete thread -- Please keep me out of your threads. But, I do agree with the topic.
Complete thread -- I thought that too, but then the sentence...
Complete thread -- Dorland's definitions of the prefixes peri and par(a) show:
Complete thread -- s/l card ih zil may be Cardizem (mentioned hypertension)
Complete thread -- oh wait! Not the "comma mama" from below - just noticed that. I'm
Complete thread -- I, too, think that commas are pretty important, especially as in the above sentence.
Complete thread -- yes, that's what I heard too. Sorry for leaving out the word "test."
Complete thread -- On #3 I hear "Patellofemoral test"
Complete thread -- Yes, I stand corrected.
Complete thread -- not sure about the comma, but it'd be "text within the parenthesEs," wouldn't it?
Complete thread -- My guess was going to be exactly what bkloli guessed - hospital stay *somewhere*
Complete thread -- (apologies for the dangling participle)
Complete thread -- or some town?
Complete thread -- hospital stay at "some hospital" ??
Complete thread -- That is correct, but in this case, looking only at the text within the parenthesis, the
Complete thread -- As per Chicago Manual of Style....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear it now too. You have much better ears than I do!
Complete thread -- And you seem to like to repeat yourself, Darlene.
Complete thread -- Patient with atherosclerotic vascular disease
Complete thread -- Character counts. You seem to like to bully Taco, I have seen it
Complete thread -- also, no biggie, but I hear "perhaps we can" (rather than "he can")
Complete thread -- perhaps (he stutters a bit before saying it)
Complete thread -- and you are supporting your claim with "xx"?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- I heard it before but couldn't get it. It sounded something like "dysgraphia" which
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- Cool.
Complete thread -- Hey, its okay - but I will remember next time to put something to that effect. :)
Complete thread -- I think the comma is correctly placed.
Complete thread -- agree, no MP3 there. can you upload it again please?
Complete thread -- intake? but just a wild guess
Complete thread -- can't get current MP3 up
Complete thread -- thank you very much isgal ...
Complete thread -- McMurray's....anterior drawer and Lachman are....patellofemoral
Complete thread -- Tenderness to palpation of the medial aspect of the joint line slightl ...
Complete thread -- over the age of 70, but if he curtails his fluid ______ he can get his nocturia down
Complete thread -- thank you isgal ...
Complete thread -- occult ....tibial plateau
Complete thread -- I wasn't looking for it - that's why I saw it. If I would have been looking for an error,
Complete thread -- Cannot rule out _______ fracture of the lateral aspect of the ________ ...
Complete thread -- thank you isgal ...
Complete thread -- correction: erythema, ecchymosis, or open areas
Complete thread -- a minute amount of the varicose veins
Complete thread -- sorry, lb.
Complete thread -- Woman with swollen left knee but there is no erythema ecchymosis over ...
Complete thread -- In this case, I'd use ASSESSMENT/PLAN at the very beginning, but that's just me.
Complete thread -- the link post was to show the OP how I begin a search and then pretty much found 6-shooter
Complete thread -- ...although it sounds more like a "plan" he's giving.
Complete thread -- thank you isgal ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Yes, t is for taco - I'm not hiding.
Complete thread -- #1 period then goes to 1. dx # 2 ongoing losses
Complete thread -- Assessment (?), number 1, ongoing losses.
Complete thread -- tract infection. ______ AND not including ongoing ______.
Complete thread -- You sure show who you are T Taco
Complete thread -- dang! I spent such a long time looking and didn't catch that.
Complete thread -- BS does make a multiple-band ligation device, but theirs is not
Complete thread -- health *aide, not aid
Complete thread -- Also, I hear "still afraid"
Complete thread -- health aid instead of help aid, nothing else missing. also, "would," not "with"
Complete thread -- She is doing physical therapy but she is afraid of going back to work ...
Complete thread -- Oh, could have fooled me (and apparently did). :)
Complete thread -- thank you bkloli ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- There are two-- Boston Schientific AND Cook Medical)
Complete thread -- did you mean (dis) comfort in right lower eztremity. No idea on "fc"
Complete thread -- arggh - I hate when I click a link and it is just a google search of the OP post.
Complete thread -- Curious. What was the incorrect punctuation?
Complete thread -- yes six shooter and retrofitted sm
Complete thread -- was given the option of
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The patient ___________ possibility of pain in the muscle relaxant med ...
Complete thread -- I'd just go with 6-shooter since it doesn't seem to be a part of the name although I found
Complete thread -- retrofitted - provide (something) with a component or accessory not fitted to it during
Complete thread -- yes on 6 shooter
Complete thread -- GIF scope and *retrofitted* with a Boston Scientific hemorrhoidal AND This was *six s
Complete thread -- thank you isgal ...
Complete thread -- going with peri, as dictated.
Complete thread -- *meniscus
Complete thread -- tear of the posterior horn of the medial mensicus
Complete thread -- Left knee MRI showed the __________. ...
Complete thread -- please find the context nc
Complete thread -- I found incorrect punctuation in this article about National Punctuation Day.
Complete thread -- peri/paradiskal posterior osteophytes. Dictates peri, but I think it should
Complete thread -- To you too, cm! :)
Complete thread -- LOL! Good one!
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- heel pounding? Only 2 bones in hip femur and pelvis
Complete thread -- Too far in the future, but I have been having premonitions that involve a gun and my life
Complete thread -- Happy National Punctuation Day!!
Complete thread -- More context would help, ie., following sentence or condition.
Complete thread -- thk you taco ...
Complete thread -- 2 words in hip exam
Complete thread -- pancreatitis (no virus)
Complete thread -- discombobulated after they took away your mountain?
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Significant for asthma and chronic _______ viru ...
Complete thread -- thk you taco and William McKinley ...
Complete thread -- Why did I leave leave "period of" out? No idea. :)
Complete thread -- the risk he is putting himself in the future
Complete thread -- 1- the risk he is putting himself? 2- pain after?
Complete thread -- on and off for a prolonged period of
Complete thread -- on and off for a prolonged
Complete thread -- The cervical pain was severe _____________ time and associated the pai ...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I can hear that now too. good job!
Complete thread -- i hear related instead of or
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- the risks ________ future for chronic disease _________. He should
Complete thread -- or without the "or"
Complete thread -- Clostridium difficile or?
Complete thread -- quite early to develop __________ colitis
Complete thread -- He is sustained on the Norco medication and ____ S/L "fc" ...
Complete thread -- got it thank you isgal
Complete thread -- anyone give this a listen?
Complete thread -- radicular feature? symptoms
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: Lumbar disc herniation, lumbar disc bulges, lumbar strain ...
Complete thread -- 2.3 bone screws 10 2.3 x4?
Complete thread -- 10
Complete thread -- COMPONENTS USED: Stryker 4-hole plate, 2.3 bone screws ____ 2.3 x4. ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- no probs. posting my wav now.
Complete thread -- thk u and i was unaware, sorry guy
Complete thread -- should i post my wav now?
Complete thread -- in the past he did the MRI after the surgery (you posted your wav over guy's)
Complete thread -- He would like to continue with the one that helps him for sleep. He d ...
Complete thread -- thk you isgal
Complete thread -- Gentle manipulation, flexion, and extension was then carried out and t ...
Complete thread -- the level above the posterior spinal fusion
Complete thread -- The patient will also be scheduled for the lumbar epidural steroid inj ...
Complete thread -- changed audio to a louder and clearer mp3
Complete thread -- he will rank highly __ the faculty would like to keep him around for the next 6 years
Complete thread -- glad to help!
Complete thread -- been there many times. glad you got it!
Complete thread -- p.s. thanks x2. the "correct" one is in the Assessment, and thanks to you,
Complete thread -- thank you! just came back to post that (came up correctly later in the VR draft)
Complete thread -- ERI - elective replacement interval
Complete thread -- mp3 added. sorry about the big gap; the one after, before "specifically," was even longer.
Complete thread -- s/l VRI ? googled every way I can think regarding ICD and voltage and VRI.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- i have read LensEx or similar somewhere. not getting it now.
Complete thread -- Seems to be LenSx (see link for google hits)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- lensectomy. He's "saving you time" by leaving out the last part.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Nuclear cataract, right eye. PROCEDURE ...
Complete thread -- Maybe. I think I hear that now...but don't know if I'm being influenced by the suggestion.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m hearing "tension and stay on the bone". is it correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I hear "We did more careful ?wide dissection and retraction..."
Complete thread -- (sm)
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Removal of hardware and bone grafting with DBX bo ...
Complete thread -- procedure?
Complete thread -- We did more careful dissection and retraction ____ here on the postero ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- We were able to get the screws...
Complete thread -- screws out.
Complete thread -- 1. covered 2. We did have to use an
Complete thread -- Had the left lower extremity prepped and draped in normal standard sur ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There was significant?
Complete thread -- This required 3 throws. The Tegaderm was then removed and the posteri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- did not provide any substance within the needle
Complete thread -- substance for?
Complete thread -- The patient’s bone was noted to be very soft and the bone just cavitat ...
Complete thread -- Not sure of purpose of biopsy, but it makes sense to me, a colored clip as a means
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- which was central fibrotic...
Complete thread -- Attention was directed to the lateral aspect of the left heel and post ...
Complete thread -- smaller sized?
Complete thread -- Nope. She's a pretty clear dictator. Maybe just got confused. Thank you tho!
Complete thread -- radiographic clips?
Complete thread -- I placed small *red sized* clips in the biopsy cavity. Breast biopsy
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- shrapnel
Complete thread -- the patient could not get an MRI scan because he had s/l*shrap mole** in his eye
Complete thread -- yes, I've been reading about it. Here's a link... check out the "conclusions section"
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me (I'm not personally familiar with this subject but...
Complete thread -- or tobacco history of heart disease (caused by tobacco?)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- 80s, with tobacco history, of heart disease
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Failure of endothelial keratoplasty, graft placement. Antigenic correct?
Complete thread -- hmm.No diabetic drug as is given & mentioned twice too, or dictator sm
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- something millimeter (7 mm?)
Complete thread -- okay - thanks!!
Complete thread -- Bacid is a probiotic?
Complete thread -- diverticulosis in the right colon along with a single___ polyp in
Complete thread -- sm (medication s/l bassid?)
Complete thread -- Hoke-typ
Complete thread -- s/l hope type Achilles lengthening
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- got it! Eales disease
Complete thread -- s/l Gill's? disease or some type of exudative retinopathy.
Complete thread -- Only thing coming to mind is atorvastatin, but the dose doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- creatinine ______ 0.98 which
Complete thread -- pt with diabetic neuropathy, gastritis, and NIDDM taking S/L isorvastan? 150 mg
Complete thread -- and it is actually - corrected for Proscar
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Cancer-specific PSA is defined as PSA corrected for the PSA
Complete thread -- Have you seen the Republican debates? A bunch of them fit in that category.
Complete thread -- I thought of the same thing! (meaning me - alert and confused much of the time)
Complete thread -- i'm on the run, but these hits would seem to indicate can be both...see what U think
Complete thread -- Thank you. (now that I think of it, I may meet that criteria)!
Complete thread -- thank you taco! I hear indrawing now, thank you mt also!
Complete thread -- oops more info
Complete thread -- PSA has now plummeted to below 3, *corrected for* it is about 5.8,
Complete thread -- not contradictory - alert is more about wakefulness and confused is a mental state.
Complete thread -- fwiw..first hit shows PLoS-Public Library of Science..the article indicates
Complete thread -- on googling, it looks like "indrawing" is acceptable, but spellcheck might not like it.
Complete thread -- contradictory? Currently no acute distress, alert, confused, resting comfortably. Sm
Complete thread -- indrawing or dimpling (maybe it is in-drawing?)
Complete thread -- ?in-drawing/indwelling/indurated?
Complete thread -- thanks - don't anybody spend more time on this - I flagged and sent in - will post later
Complete thread -- There is an___ dimpling associated with a soft mass effect clinically within the bre
Complete thread -- I'm finding PLOS (or PLoS) protocol but can't find what it stands for. See link
Complete thread -- I hear --this is in dilation
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Now seeing bkloli's post, I like her punctuation better.
Complete thread -- Not sure...Think I hear..."This was in the dilation."
Complete thread -- bladder; this was in the dilation. ???
Complete thread -- thanks - it s/ it starts with a P, wonder if he is making up pt recovery after surg?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- posterior wall of the bladder ______ the dilation
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ERAS protocol? (enhanced recovery after surgery) see link
Complete thread -- Pt comes for laparoscopic hemicolectomy according to the s/l Peer-ess protocol?
Complete thread -- A filiform and follower
Complete thread -- There was meatal stenosis and phimosis noted. _______ was used to dilate the meatus.
Complete thread -- Thank you Questyr, t and poi!
Complete thread -- "any sort of peripheral nerve compression. (Stop) If that is normal, then we.."
Complete thread -- Thank you all
Complete thread -- new one for me, but I'd use two words or hyphenated
Complete thread -- This link shows it is 2 words...chair lift (see technique section)
Complete thread -- I think he says *stop* after compression. If that is normal...
Complete thread -- any sort of
Complete thread -- any sort of
Complete thread -- can you hear Phalen or Phalen's test?
Complete thread -- nerve conduction studies to try to exclude ___ peripheral nerve compression study
Complete thread -- listening over and over, pretty sure it's chairlift test-makes sense
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- so U R hearing negative lift talo?
Complete thread -- ahh, ok, well thank you Questyr!
Complete thread -- Can we have a better s/l ...tay as in lay or tah as in ah?
Complete thread -- hearing the word lift but not making out what's before it
Complete thread -- Just so U know, Questyr=Q. I only write my full name once because
Complete thread -- test for wrist
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- I'd have put a 70-degree flexion angle - but, that's just me.
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #1 surgery, particularly injury to the facial nerve
Complete thread -- #2 great auricular ....also he says "risks" (not risk)
Complete thread -- about the risk of this surgery, in particular ___ facial nerve as well as the ___ ner
Complete thread -- Disregard. I did not read labels correctly.
Complete thread -- See link for labeled image showing they are not the same thing
Complete thread -- ah, just seen your post and thanks
Complete thread -- got it Using pillows, I supported...
Complete thread -- using pillows, we (or I) supported
Complete thread -- ESI
Complete thread -- One MT gold star to you. Glad you solved it. "Smile"
Complete thread -- I am thinking they are one in the same (see link)
Complete thread -- Stedman's and other sources list the 2 possible expansions. If you place posterior
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- For me, I'd go by context i.e.,.posterior inferior CEREBELLAR artery (brain) sm link
Complete thread -- I can't hear it, but "full" is a pretty safe bet.
Complete thread -- PICA: Abbreviation for posterior inferior CEREBELLAR artery AND posterior inferior
Complete thread -- Neck supple. ______ range of motion.
Complete thread -- was on leave yesterday. Mom admitted to the hospital and got her first ECT shot.
Complete thread -- pretty sure the rest of the world calls it being "on holiday." vacation is American
Complete thread -- ohh - that explains why it so boring around here.
Complete thread -- I realized that after I posted and it was too late.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Did a refined search with term 'x-ray'...even better hits ...see link
Complete thread -- Could be. See google hits how the term can be used.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I think guy is on vacation :)
Complete thread -- typo...means it has not slid too far down her arm
Complete thread -- has not pistoned ....see link...it means it has slid to far down her arm
Complete thread -- but has not adjusted too far down her hand. Prob IS positioned
Complete thread -- how about positioned? He does say "has" but
Complete thread -- well, you did agree with me, so no umbrella necessary :)
Complete thread -- errrgggg....wrong! you forgot to say "what is?"
Complete thread -- that is what I hear also
Complete thread -- I think I may have been able to now hear that :)
Complete thread -- :( I cannot hear that at all, and I really want to be able to hear that lol!
Complete thread -- sounds to me more like "has not just been too far"
Complete thread -- questioning if he says "pistoned" does that make sense?
Complete thread -- cannot get what he says
Complete thread -- the answer is "flatulata suspension"
Complete thread -- ah yeah, my bad, umbrellamez-moi. I got that all ass-backwards...
Complete thread -- That's it. Multiple! I thought it was something like 'above' medical problems. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I heard the wav...multiple medical problems
Complete thread -- what does your word sound like? give us some clues
Complete thread -- did you post a sound file? did you have a sounds like?
Complete thread -- See message. Thanks
Complete thread -- Great. Thanks billybob. I will post the wav for the post below again. So glad you're worki
Complete thread -- anticholinergics.
Complete thread -- Previous trials of _____ not effective. (Urinary urgency/frequency)
Complete thread -- See message. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- if it is verbatim, then I would use a slash (otherwise would put an "and" in there)
Complete thread -- sorry so late, but thanks for the help
Complete thread -- Patient with frequency urgency symptoms. Do I use a slash or comma? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought he said 'locked' transverse.
Complete thread -- my thinking is colonoscopy is retrograde, they start in the distal colon
Complete thread -- Never mind. It's "J".
Complete thread -- got it - fascia lata
Complete thread -- Patient with congenital ptosis (s/l flatulata suspension?)
Complete thread -- proximal s/l*J* was seen curling in the upper pole of the kidney..What could it be?
Complete thread -- biased splint also sounds okay (SM)
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me. I like the "just enough weight to not crush a grape." Good description
Complete thread -- yes - they advance scope to cecum (distal) then do exam on withdrawal of scope back (prox)
Complete thread -- they moved from distal to proximal
Complete thread -- I think it is correct as written..the exam starts in the distal colon
Complete thread -- Does the second sentence in this paragraph make sense?
Complete thread -- s/l he is correcting from perhaps longitudinal to transverse
Complete thread -- shouldn't this be "distal" rather than proximal? Sm plse
Complete thread -- Trigger finger release
Complete thread -- If it is of any help..BoS2 pages 95-96 say to use
Complete thread -- maybe ? detached= "detected" (no wall motion due to thickened pericardium).
Complete thread -- For me, I'd go with "insertion of acromion", (but your choice of coursse sm
Complete thread -- I don't understand "Cardiac motion was not detached??
Complete thread -- s/l "in a clot" makes sense to me (can't get or take proper reading
Complete thread -- Could U B hearing"The right ATRIAL pressure was NOW measured..."..from A Swan Ganz..."???
Complete thread -- Also note s/b were obtained (not was)
Complete thread -- i did
Complete thread -- good suggestion
Complete thread -- checking
Complete thread -- undersurface
Complete thread -- I don't think insertion fits there.
Complete thread -- thinking insertion would be correct but not
Complete thread -- shoulder x-ray -not sure if this word is insertion sounds like cut off
Complete thread -- agree 100% on QA.
Complete thread -- diddletoo
Complete thread -- sure - google pleural reflection (SM)
Complete thread -- something does not sound right. IF the pressure was NOT measured, how was it noted to be
Complete thread -- the catheter may have been *in a clot*. Retrosternal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- mobilization of the *pleural reflection* was carried out
Complete thread -- there might be hints in the rest of the report as to what was happening
Complete thread -- temporally related to ____ (related in time)
Complete thread -- urethral infections _______ related.
Complete thread -- or one with a dictionary? I'm not an entire world and I didn't need the definition either
Complete thread -- some more great input from nm, a day late and a dollar short
Complete thread -- Good point! I didn't think of that.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- For me, I prefer no to use slang. Most employers have set of account specifics to follow.
Complete thread -- mid-glute okay or is it gluteus
Complete thread -- Yeah, I'm dead like you, and I must have been a man in that life since I could vote.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- Other grammar sites, like GrammarBook.com, say to hyphenate -free suffixes along with a
Complete thread -- Or I guess you could be dead, like me. :)
Complete thread -- on a grammar website, I found: (SM)
Complete thread -- You better let Guinness Book of World Records know you're the oldest person alive. :)
Complete thread -- guessing maybe missing a word? Fasciotomy (and surgical) tenotomy
Complete thread -- Did you hit wrong key maybe ? L5-51 fusion.= L5-S1
Complete thread -- how to punctuate these sentence-run on is confusing
Complete thread -- I voted for you every time!
Complete thread -- I'm finding that -free words, like self- words, are always hyphenated.
Complete thread -- damn electoral college, ha ha
Complete thread -- Great! I actually got the popular vote THREE times, elected twice.
Complete thread -- How's that second term going, Grover?
Complete thread -- I always hyphenate it but don't really have any proof that it's correct either.
Complete thread -- I don't have a link to prove it, but I've heard here that it is always hyphenated.
Complete thread -- pain-free or pain free?
Complete thread -- Good catch. I hate those two words because they can sound so much alike and there are
Complete thread -- ty-insurance
Complete thread -- PSH: Left elbow s/l fascii tenotomy
Complete thread -- well, if nm agrees it must be so.
Complete thread -- agree "urethral"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- overall procedure, risks, benefits discussed / overall procedure with benefits discussed?
Complete thread -- not sure but the last word before discussed is benefits, and it is urethral dilatation
Complete thread -- It reminds me of "internist," but I'm not sure it fits your context.
Complete thread -- All _____ discussed with ureteral dilatation
Complete thread -- insurance?
Complete thread -- s/l intra nest
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'd say pain medication
Complete thread -- s/l pen
Complete thread -- Thank you !
Complete thread -- you beat me by 6 seconds, lb.
Complete thread -- ASIS? (anterior superior iliac spine)
Complete thread -- maybe anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)
Complete thread -- s/l ASAS or ASAF or AFAF or (see message)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did not notice that many instances when I search and on this link, i only see
Complete thread -- to face the power of
Complete thread -- the labrum taking great care _____ of the ArthroCare
Complete thread -- well, Keel sponge was an easy one to find, see link.
Complete thread -- copiously irrigated out. *Keel* sponges were placed
Complete thread -- weeks with a short cervix 4 mm for rescue. Exam indicated cerclage
Complete thread -- thanks, I put a query on it. ...
Complete thread -- maybe had placement of pain pump which shows up as an artifact on imaging
Complete thread -- metal/metallic artifact
Complete thread -- ??pin??
Complete thread -- pant?
Complete thread -- spring? You'll get better results searching with spelling "artifacts."
Complete thread -- radiograph
Complete thread -- You, are not the entire MT world; just one with very low self esteem I suspect.
Complete thread -- They often dictate like this, I'd just go as dictated, not to worry.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- thoracic subependymoma?
Complete thread -- subdural hygroma???
Complete thread -- Ahhh...Thank you!!
Complete thread -- is status post thoracic s/l*sub-a-pron-oma* and decompression
Complete thread -- hey, I just had a blank, and it was -- query. Thanks, lucky I saw this.
Complete thread -- meso just means in the middle/intermediate fwiw
Complete thread -- Maybe meso-oophoron, but I'm getting mostly para- and epo-
Complete thread -- oophoron = ovary. Not sure about the meso.
Complete thread -- ?mesovarium (only a guess, I am not sure)
Complete thread -- meso-?something" from along the... ?? I'm not much help, sorry.
Complete thread -- transected the mesosalpinx and s/l*meso-o-o-fron* along the edge of the fallopian tub
Complete thread -- on rare occasions, I shine - then am immediately humbled by something else!
Complete thread -- good one, mt - bet that's it
Complete thread -- query
Complete thread -- Patient with abnormal EKG and dyspnea.
Complete thread -- I'm afraid of what kind of "entertaining facts about your health" you learn while getting
Complete thread -- Thanks, this was very helpful.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't think anyone needs the definition of cerclage!
Complete thread -- Thank you mt!
Complete thread -- https://www.facebook.com/specialistsondrummond
Complete thread -- Also, if you don't feel this falls in the 'key term ' category, the link should
Complete thread -- I don't think the genus is capitalized without the species.
Complete thread -- link did not work for me
Complete thread -- typo...Sartre
Complete thread -- new line. Because of the discussion we had
Complete thread -- My first thought is that this s/b single quotes, not double
Complete thread -- no, but there is wine (scroll down to Pap night)
Complete thread -- ____ discussion we had at the MDT meeting in regard to ***
Complete thread -- LMAO!!!! Hahahahahaha
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Which is right: "throat spasms," or "throat spasms",? sm for sentence
Complete thread -- Should ehrlichia be capped in this sentence?
Complete thread -- I think you're right - amount is the subject, so "amount was"
Complete thread -- supposed to be "by" not for
Complete thread -- I'm thinking: There WAS a moderate amount of secretions that WAS suctioned.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ooh - sounds like a fun event! I wonder if there will be hors d'oeuvres?
Complete thread -- There was/were a moderate amount OF secretions that was/were suctioned. Was/were?
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- thank you isgal!
Complete thread -- a PPD (for TB) I think could be part of a polyarthritis workup
Complete thread -- lab test, s/l VPD or BPD? Sm for context please
Complete thread -- got it :) :)
Complete thread -- no, I doubted it as well - that's why I put not one but two question marks.
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear smear night - without the S, but I'm trying to find some reference to such
Complete thread -- anyone hear "Pap Clinic smear nights"??
Complete thread -- Hmm, I can kinda hear that, but do you think she would schedule it 9 months in advance?
Complete thread -- I guess it is probably tophi. Found it - he just dictated it with the R sound.
Complete thread -- tophi (plural of tophus)
Complete thread -- Gout: No tro-fi noted
Complete thread -- kinda sounds like "May 9th" ??
Complete thread -- got it - dusting.
Complete thread -- She may well come to our Pap Clinic ____ at Specialists on Drummond
Complete thread -- early central posterior subcapsular "dustum"?
Complete thread -- thank you for the suggestion for recording but I am not able to
Complete thread -- the only way is if...sm
Complete thread -- word cut off? also, sentence: "does not have an acute acalculous studies for definition"
Complete thread -- I wish I could help you, but I'm not sure how anyone can know if there's a word there
Complete thread -- missing word? sm pls
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- Here's a good resource for various assessment tools
Complete thread -- For now, it is appropriate to see whether she responds to ______.
Complete thread -- Vineland? Gilliam?
Complete thread -- Must be.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- L-methylfolate (all one word - the 'el mitile' goes with the 'folate')
Complete thread -- I would guess he means 18K today and 16K yesterday?
Complete thread -- Autism Assessment
Complete thread -- white count says *18 thousand 16 thousand*
Complete thread -- med s/l el mitile
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ACOG supports cervical cerclage placement up to 28 weeks' gestation sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- of, relating to, or acting as a cause. adjective - "the causal factors associated with
Complete thread -- causal - expressing or indicating a cause. Sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- With proper consent, he underwent cystoscopy.
Complete thread -- cause for? cause of?
Complete thread -- I see rescue cerclage but not sure how or if it pertains here (22-5/7 weeks, no th)
Complete thread -- the bladder there was no *causal* hydronephrosis. There does not appear to be any ur
Complete thread -- His PSA for his age is normal at 5.59 _______ of a cystoscopy only trace blood
Complete thread -- Never mind: changed to: He also inquired about having a TURP
Complete thread -- I think he is saying - evaluation of gross hematuria. He said noticed increased nocturia
Complete thread -- I am not sure this make sense or that I am hearing correctly. Plesae help.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't get first part but... "he has noticed he has increased nocuturia..."
Complete thread -- biopsy and he refuses...
Complete thread -- biopsy ______. He does AND prostatitis. _____ recently his PSA
Complete thread -- here for evaluation of _______ increased nocturia in the past few months
Complete thread -- pardon my dust...
Complete thread -- weeks with a short cervix 4 mm *for rescue* exam indicated cerclage.
Complete thread -- NeuroTherm
Complete thread -- At that point, the medial branch nerves were identified under fluorosc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Prior to having this procedure,
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Lumbar facet syndrome TITLE OF OPER ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- is a restless sleeper but don't know blank. maybe desire for a nap and blah blah (sorry)
Complete thread -- She also has snoring and has a restless sleep with difficult arousabil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This is a 4-year-old Caucasian female with ongoing sore throat, chroni ...
Complete thread -- removed in "routine fashion". s/l Using the name lithium nasopharynx (but not use it)
Complete thread -- sorry. i mean Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I can't get it
Complete thread -- Left tonsil at this point was removed in exactly the same fashion. Us ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ?Gentak?
Complete thread -- Conjunctiva was then closed with running 6-0 plain catgut suture. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- secondary growth, irritation, and tearing; mass which appeared to be
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right anterior subconjunctival mass with secon ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Doppler ultrasound used to identify
Complete thread -- The patient was evaluated in the preoperative area and ____ to identif ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Pain, jaw claudication, elevated sedimentation rate, history of
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Pain ____ sedimentation ranges to polymyalgia ...
Complete thread -- T taco such chutzpah
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 4 Grieshaber iris retractors
Complete thread -- In the anterior chamber, separate anterior chamber paracentesis was ma ...
Complete thread -- the "ending" of thalassemia which I assumed was the word, audio problem
Complete thread -- jag...
Complete thread -- I saw that too, but didn't ask.
Complete thread -- what is sina thalassemia
Complete thread -- I agree with Chet.
Complete thread -- Plana appears to be the correct answer (see link-vertebra collapsed).
Complete thread -- I actually don't hear "no" but maybe. I really think I'd flag this one unless you know
Complete thread -- I hear " No history of significant " sina" thalassemia traits"
Complete thread -- I'm going to visit her now--I just had an awful premonition!!
Complete thread -- "No history of significant" is what I hear.
Complete thread -- about 9 ounces of vodka per day. _______ history also significant
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Moving on.
Complete thread -- the rest of the symptoms to do not fit with MPS, ie patient has normal
Complete thread -- L1 is s/l ply nuh may be plana/planar (vertebra planar joint)
Complete thread -- fractured L1 and T12 with collapse. L1 is completely s/l ply-nuh. TIA!
Complete thread -- That might be it. Thanks! NM
Complete thread -- Ditropan
Complete thread -- Rx that sounds like "digipan". Pt with prior CABG and stents, now with valve issues.
Complete thread -- how did I get involved in this? I hadn't even posted on this thread??
Complete thread -- Thanks "Q" I guess OP w/figure it out. MPS is associated with primary skeletal dysplasia
Complete thread -- Though I note the abbreviation at your link and at abbreviation.com is MPS not m/p or mp
Complete thread -- MP skeletal dysplasia may be MP=mucopolysaccharidosis. sm
Complete thread -- ekk got that wrong s/b thoracoscopic inspection,
Complete thread -- I'm too far removed from report content to assist in your decision. But I'm glad I
Complete thread -- chronic fibrous pleuritis, trapped IN anteroposterior and lateral space
Complete thread -- The really true colors coming out about yourselves b k l o l i and poi.
Complete thread -- you sent me on right track.
Complete thread -- searching skeletal dysplasia I found a footnote showing d/m/p phalanges and
Complete thread -- does anyone have an idea
Complete thread -- what does m/p mean?
Complete thread -- malleolus
Complete thread -- thank you so much-new doc and not used to him
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "lateral process" ??? see link for google hits
Complete thread -- I'm here. Give me a minute to research.
Complete thread -- Not sure if U mean total of 3 syllables or 3 plus the end...What comes to
Complete thread -- anybody there? Ankle x-ray
Complete thread -- uneventfully? or maybe postoperatively at next sentence? nm
Complete thread -- MmmMargarita: Our Mutual Friend
Complete thread -- Only thing close re: GERD= generic lansoprazole (Prevacid)
Complete thread -- wowie oasis, excellent find !
Complete thread -- s/l sigh-clo-fit =I think slanging cyclosporin and tacrolimus (tac)
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- agree Cover-Roll ® Stretch - It googles well and much quicker
Complete thread -- splay
Complete thread -- foot exam
Complete thread -- opening word for sentence, 3 syllables s/l ends with reee
Complete thread -- Patient has a primary s/l pol-is-dan-oh. TIA!
Complete thread -- It's always Cover-Roll.
Complete thread -- coverall or Cover-Roll- have seen the long debate in archives and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- anterior superior process
Complete thread -- good support for intermuscular septum, so I think it works
Complete thread -- Upon incising this area, a rasp was used to smooth off the anterior __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "septa of the muscle" but not a lot of support for the phrase on google
Complete thread -- Using a #15 scalpel blade an incision was created down to the level of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- midtarsal joint
Complete thread -- She also had what seemed to be a soft tissue coalition between the cal ...
Complete thread -- hats off. Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Silfverskiöld test.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- midfoot pain, lateral column pain, ...that on ____ test
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: The patient had a long history of _____ pa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- gastroc reposition?....plantar heel injection.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Gastrocnemius Equinus, right foot. 2. ...
Complete thread -- NM. Need to move on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Immunosuppression drug s/l sigh-clo-fit 200 mg twice a day. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oral topical was applied to the tonsillar beds?
Complete thread -- Once good hemostasis was achieved, nasopharynx and oral cavity were co ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- after excision with tannic acid (she then spells it)
Complete thread -- Once the right tonsil was excised, left tonsil was likewise excised an ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no, that's not a good idea to do with sound files. can you not access the wav on the wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- sorry, listened but couldn't get it. I feel for her, but she really should have
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Recurrent ear infections and adenoid hypertro ...
Complete thread -- Inguinal lymphadenopathy...looking for why it's present.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks everyone for your help.
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- can you give us some idea of what they are looking for, or what patient's presenting
Complete thread -- Bartonella henselae?
Complete thread -- Blood cultures are pending. s/l bart-uh-no-uh-hen-so-lie antibodies are pending. TIA!
Complete thread -- No, but I know Margarita. :)
Complete thread -- fluff to JAG (way off topic)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yup, crus is correct. See link.
Complete thread -- "linaza" is Spanish for linseed (flaxseed) but obviously that's not it. Sorry, I can't
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- t - Q
Complete thread -- Q...
Complete thread -- He states he takes s/l LOONAZA for his GERD.
Complete thread -- Note: s/b peritoneal reflections were divided (see link for
Complete thread -- fluff to t
Complete thread -- I actually like "held" better in this context, and I thought I could hear it too.
Complete thread -- I like your answer better, but didn't re-listen
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Well, at least now you know. I don't mind expanding actually, mo lines = mo money.
Complete thread -- It is redundant, but I wouldn't delete it as it not incorrect and won't affect care.
Complete thread -- She said she had some emesis and vomiting 2 or 3 days ago. Would you delete one
Complete thread -- unfortunately, with our employer it is the whole section. My previous employer it was
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- milked
Complete thread -- Hey, Rud - better watch your woman! Lucy is down below flirting with Ulysses!
Complete thread -- ha ha - you made you look her up and learn something else new!
Complete thread -- Oops, I thought you were talking about my Rutherford! We don't like Grant!
Complete thread -- Thank you, taco. We love him too.
Complete thread -- you're funny, usg (laughing with ya, not at ya!)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- doesn't have to be a "name" per se - we can talk about my demons or my baggage...
Complete thread -- Oh, you want names? Uhhmmmmm... i'm not good at that. Darlene can come up with better
Complete thread -- Thank you, kind soul. LOLOLOLOLOL
Complete thread -- held
Complete thread -- The cystic duct was ______ retrograde and was quadruply clipped
Complete thread -- infecious = infectious...and with that I will just quit trying to spell today :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could be incorrect, but I think because of the chronic infecious processes,
Complete thread -- please excuse the typo tracted=tract
Complete thread -- Thoradescoscopic? (unable to verify that word) - I do hear tracted
Complete thread -- Would "tract" work? Just guessing, so...
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- Now I hear rayfee at Oxford Dictionary too. At first I thought reefy. lmao
Complete thread -- Come to think of it, I sometimes hear long a too, rayfee, but usually short a, raffy.
Complete thread -- That was Oxford Dictionary (reefy). American Heritage is rayfee. My point was that the
Complete thread -- mine too - raffay
Complete thread -- ☂ OK. But it won't be the same unless you call me names now!
Complete thread -- chronic fibrous pleuritis. This was a *trapped* inferoposterior a
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh, go 'head, gimme one. that way D won't feel so alone.. ;)
Complete thread -- mine always says "raffay" so... yea, it is raphe either way
Complete thread -- West Coast physician, so probably so. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Apparently correct pronunciation is "reefy" (mine usually say raffy)
Complete thread -- yep - see linky
Complete thread -- yes to both rip-stop and limbs
Complete thread -- raphe ? (though I don't usually hear it pronounced that way)
Complete thread -- locked to configuration to create a “rip-stop” configuration. These *limbs* were th
Complete thread -- underlying rectal muscles were dissected off the midline *reaf*
Complete thread -- think it's the accent-first time with this doc, oozing
Complete thread -- I was gonna guess "dehiscence" but I like mel's guess (oozing) better than mine.
Complete thread -- could it be oozing?
Complete thread -- sp arthroscopy exam - said clearly - never heard "no easing"
Complete thread -- good one, Q!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Let's just hope "Done here" means you are leaving.
Complete thread -- jg - did you get your answer below?
Complete thread -- to bring back to see me
Complete thread -- "in the rooms" doesn't sound quite right?
Complete thread -- to bring that to see me ??
Complete thread -- She is anxious enough ____ see me next week for the results.
Complete thread -- Could fit context of urine obstruction, Valsalva test for urine obstruction. Done here
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- it has been a long week!
Complete thread -- yes, that is it, thanks
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- WAG...but could "and abracka"= end bracket ?? as if he is
Complete thread -- no, you made a good point - for most of us, that advice would apply.
Complete thread -- I wonder ...couldl he be saying "no bleeding caused, no false passage"...as in
Complete thread -- duh me... just saw that. just gimme my umbrella for today.
Complete thread -- OP said no abbrevs allowed in that whole section, though.
Complete thread -- nodoubt
Complete thread -- actually, you don't need to expand NG since it isn't a "diagnosis" per se, just like EKG
Complete thread -- Not sure on your s/l, but I'm pretty sure you drop the 's on Monsel solution (named after
Complete thread -- yes - google false passage urethra
Complete thread -- Does this make sense
Complete thread -- area clensed with Betadine and s/l abracka
Complete thread -- :) thank you so much!
Complete thread -- oops - sorry! I didn't see your second example - on that one, I *would* add "tube".
Complete thread -- nasogastric output is fine, you don't need to add "tube".
Complete thread -- no abbrev allowed in assessment/plan section -- how would you expand NG?
Complete thread -- There is nothing to win or lose, and no cost involved here.
Complete thread -- Back off! You are not an expert; you just want to win at any cost.
Complete thread -- can't think of anything - but is it positive or negative (you said it both ways)
Complete thread -- Very short note.
Complete thread -- what are the surrounding words?
Complete thread -- it was a WAV file - quit mucking up threads you know nothing about.
Complete thread -- avascular. Without blood or lymphatic vessels; may be a normal state
Complete thread -- or even intermediate, as in culture results to antibiotics, I intermediate.
Complete thread -- Eggzactly, and it s/l the s/l. *Somebody* just doesn't want to believe my answer is right.
Complete thread -- Breast cancer studies. s/l*op-nazi* count was positive.
Complete thread -- and it even says lower urinary tract symptoms before the LUTS...
Complete thread -- ☂ Valsalva does not fit the context. The answer is "LUTS".
Complete thread -- agree100%
Complete thread -- s/l valotsa might be Valsalva (manuever/test)
Complete thread -- yes - improves *his* obstructive LUTS (you maybe "no sure" on LUTS, but that's what it is)
Complete thread -- improves (his) is obstructive. No sure on LUTS ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Great! Thought that might be it.
Complete thread -- with all factors (he stumbles and says "rather" in the middle of it)
Complete thread -- capture
Complete thread -- Tachy therapy was turned on __________ otherwise being in normal range.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The patient’s right ventricular ______ threshold is 0.5 volts at
Complete thread -- obstructive LUTS (lower urinary tract symptoms) (the /v/ sound comes from obstructiVE)
Complete thread -- Personally, I like the first way, but...
Complete thread -- s/l obstructive valotsa
Complete thread -- fluff to t
Complete thread -- almost 7-year-old male? or almost-7-year-old male? or no hyphens at all?
Complete thread -- fluff for AJ
Complete thread -- Relpax for migraines? Guess for archives.
Complete thread -- I know it is late, but for the record, I have a doc that dictates slashes for BBPS
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- spinal s/l fer fer e scope
Complete thread -- His past medical history is significant for polymyalgia rheumatica, en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "and I need to have a procedure up there, I forgot to put:" Extensive synovectomy,
Complete thread -- Z-Pak?
Complete thread -- We scoped the knee with findings noted above ____ synovectomy superior ...
Complete thread -- medication sounds like Repack?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- got it...tenosynovitis of it. A partial....
Complete thread -- not however...can't get that word..sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. restricting. 2. however?. A partial
Complete thread -- Under direct vision, we incised the _____ bands. The flexor tendon wa ...
Complete thread -- peristalsis?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. non-incarcerated. saying in the report elsewhere also
Complete thread -- a non-incarcerated
Complete thread -- I hear something like "the known incarcerated" ...Does patient have such?
Complete thread -- Careful inspection of the abdominal cavity revealed normal findings ex ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- clip applier?
Complete thread -- and artery were controlled proximally with clip ___ placement (not sure if
Complete thread -- cyst duct and artery were controlled proximally with clip ______ placement
Complete thread -- Cholangiogram was not performed secondary to a small cystic duct. Gal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and symptoms?
Complete thread -- The cord lipoma was identified and removed from the cord as well to mi ...
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Complete thread -- preperitoneal (spelling error on my part)
Complete thread -- Direct preperiotoneal dissection
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: ____ allowed us to identify and reduce incarcerated right i ...
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Complete thread -- makes sense to me (sm)
Complete thread -- coccyx
Complete thread -- Under heading "study method", in 2nd paragraph
Complete thread -- This PubMed article separates them by commas
Complete thread -- Still checking, but it's possible they are separated by + symbols as
Complete thread -- see link....they apparently rate 3 segments, probably numbers
Complete thread -- Boston Bowel Prep Score was "A TWO THREE TWO". Boston B ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could part of #2 be "with adjustable" ???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- infraplacement. 2nd one is cut off
Complete thread -- See, nonconfrontational. We both heard "and" but I
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Exotropia. 2. Diplopia. 3. Previous ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- threads of
Complete thread -- *like*
Complete thread -- The cornea should be avascular, but a damaged cornea will become vascular
Complete thread -- The graft was then sewn in place with interrupted ____ 10-0 nylon sutu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- donor corneal tissue?? What is procedure?
Complete thread -- I assumed (since you posted under my post) that it was meant for me.
Complete thread -- Because of the irregularity of the lesion, a Hessburg-Barron cut of th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I understand. I wanted to re-support the "avascular" to you and
Complete thread -- 1. A swab 2. reposit
Complete thread -- There was also obvious pus around the exit hole. ____ was sent for cu ...
Complete thread -- I will say again Q, I don't need links to prove to me what I hear...
Complete thread -- I found this set of anatomy flash cards...(see link) which is why I re-thought (and think
Complete thread -- suggestions below
Complete thread -- sorry. by mistake.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- She was brought to the operating suite where in the supine position un ...
Complete thread -- I hear portion of "THE iris", and I also hear "and vascular"
Complete thread -- oops...not "and vascular"...think he's saying avascular
Complete thread -- highly scarified and ..(also he actually says "of iris" ..no 'the'
Complete thread -- She was brought to the operating suite where in the supine position un ...
Complete thread -- Oooh I like this even better.
Complete thread -- sitting in?
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- From what I was reading, the concern is that the right mainstem
Complete thread -- Also I would put a period after "clear" and start a new sentence.
Complete thread -- could it be 'hitting' on?, like bumping into?
Complete thread -- I would think "heading in"...various google articles discuss malpositioning..
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Thanks, I gave it to him.
Complete thread -- I'm finding similar support. I would feel comfortable using it.
Complete thread -- see link, paragraph below table 1
Complete thread -- no, perinidal is very clear. I am seeing a few references to perinidal and intranidal
Complete thread -- Can you possibly hear "paraclinoid aneurysm" ???
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- Any other info given about the aneurysm?
Complete thread -- Perinidal aneurysm? Haven't been able to document.
Complete thread -- I don't understand. How did he say it?
Complete thread -- Or maybe "Interim"
Complete thread -- ??Interval??
Complete thread -- placed on ceftriaxone. s/l in-ter-uh cultures so far show Gram stain with TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr. He did not say it this way. I will use virgule then.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Ethanol-caused cirrhosis. (Another way of saying alcholic cirrhosis I would think.)
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I find the hyphen is used to express the items exchanged, but
Complete thread -- The patient is allergic to Ritalin and tare-ram-uh-zeen. TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would use hyphen.
Complete thread -- He is apartment bound or he is apartment-bound?
Complete thread -- PANRETINAL PHOTOCOAGULATION, SILICONE OIL-AIR-18% C3F8 EXCHANGE.
Complete thread -- Just watched a day in the life of Arden Hayes video - WOW! He's the coolest!
Complete thread -- Just watched a day in the life of Arden Hayes video - WOW! He's the coolest!
Complete thread -- six zero so you don't type 16 (one six)
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob. I could only find prodrome and prodromal also. Should I edit to prodrome
Complete thread -- prodrome ( or maybe "inventing" prodroma backformed form prodromal)
Complete thread -- stiffness, and pain in a typical s/l pro-dro-mah for this patient,
Complete thread -- I had only heard about the "cousin marriage" of Teddy Roosevelt...no gay rumors before
Complete thread -- as in Abe's *humble opinion*
Complete thread -- as a matter of fact...
Complete thread -- I'm a ho, you're a ho, everyone's a
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Abe's ho is correct.
Complete thread -- Four score and seven years ago... know that one too?
Complete thread -- effect imho.
Complete thread -- probably like you have it, with commas?
Complete thread -- affect or effect here?
Complete thread -- Rufus...
Complete thread -- Awesome. I'm impressed. If you get to YT, look up Arden Hayes. What a little whiz kid!
Complete thread -- p.s. I had recently watched a video by "The Young Turks" on YT re: James Buchanan.
Complete thread -- cool...
Complete thread -- portals
Complete thread -- folds
Complete thread -- Not quite sure on how this needs to be typed-**spinal needle, #11 blade, pencil-tip
Complete thread -- Yes, I knew. "We" were actually waiting for someone to bring it up. I'm learning a lot,
Complete thread -- hip exam after arthroscopy
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I think you are right, meant to say 20 mL, so flagging is best.
Complete thread -- Anybody?
Complete thread -- I won't change, just want to verify that I should flag.
Complete thread -- Then, 20% of 0.5% lidocaine was injected into sites. 20% should be mL, right?
Complete thread -- thank you taco!!!
Complete thread -- Rufus - did you know about this before today? (about you and James B.?)
Complete thread -- that IS pretty interesting and I had never heard that before.
Complete thread -- got it - Evicel
Complete thread -- This thread was just what I needed after a long crazy day! LOL
Complete thread -- Checked for hemostasis. Surgicel, Fibrillar and s/l **amp-fo-seel** were placed. sm
Complete thread -- Yeah, we're not taught a lot of things in school. I hear it's even worse today and the
Complete thread -- just coming to that conculsion as well
Complete thread -- I thought it was pretty interesting. Sure wasn't taught in school.
Complete thread -- that is my guess too
Complete thread -- Maybe he means 60 (six zero)
Complete thread -- BMC injection- questioning 66 mL- doc says...
Complete thread -- Too late, wav is gone.
Complete thread -- Fluff about Old Buck - (and Mr. King)
Complete thread -- I dunno, is it???
Complete thread -- or should I say "Old Buck"? (I guess you never went by "Jim" or "Jimmy")
Complete thread -- maculopapular
Complete thread -- developed a significant viral illness associated with a ___ rash and sore throat
Complete thread -- I'm in need of a giggle today - go for it!
Complete thread -- ah, come on, throw it out there for us, Jimmy!
Complete thread -- I could throw out a guess on the first part too but it's TOO crazy so I will keep quiet.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that too
Complete thread -- absolutely identified? -- crazy guess
Complete thread -- thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- something "identified on the histology" (like lb said yesterday) but can't get first part
Complete thread -- not many other clues but here it is
Complete thread -- if the report is not too long, can you cut and paste it here for us?
Complete thread -- I recommended Helicobacter eradication ___ histology, I am just confirming he has com
Complete thread -- Thank you. I did change that!
Complete thread -- arc interface?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- This is what I had templated
Complete thread -- found it to be 40 mm. ______ preoperatively.
Complete thread -- It was opened completely until the s/l"arc of Ace" was visible.
Complete thread -- I sent it in for query and they had to send it to the doctor for clarification.
Complete thread -- it's empty can
Complete thread -- and actually I do it as "cross-arm" not as one word
Complete thread -- crossarm adduction, ___, empty can, and Yergason... (I don't think it is "showed")
Complete thread -- cross arm testing
Complete thread -- I think 'overt' fits
Complete thread -- upper ext exam s/l overt
Complete thread -- again, unless slang is allowed, I'd expand 'lytes' 'derm' and 'echo'
Complete thread -- await blood cultures
Complete thread -- s/l "white" blood cultures
Complete thread -- also, unless your account allows slang, I'd spell out catheterization on #4
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- MAC stands for mitral annular calcification...
Complete thread -- Patient with atrial fibrillation.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- "other venous tributaries" would make sense - you need a plural for "were ligated"
Complete thread -- Never mind, it was Pruitt-Inahara shunt
Complete thread -- Another for ESL a s/l**brue-it-an-a-harra* was brought into the operative field
Complete thread -- ESL Carotid Endarterectomy, by neck incision
Complete thread -- Although a little late, thank you
Complete thread -- what I hear: sewing the capsule to an anatomic position
Complete thread -- Having completed this, luggage tag sutures were then placed using a sp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- An elevator was used to elevate the anterior capsule along with the la ...
Complete thread -- This would probably be a more sensible answer.
Complete thread -- in concern for
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Can you hear "in turn for"?
Complete thread -- Therefore, no rotator cuff repair was carried out. The CA ligament wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- placed through ... (excuse me) the rotator cuff.
Complete thread -- Subcentimeter loose bodies were visualized and evacuated, but they wer ...
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- sounds like junctional? I didn't research this though
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left vulva ____ nevus. POSTOPERATIVE DI ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- when he comes for his first postoperative visit
Complete thread -- The patient had a soft sterile dressing applied. He tolerated the pro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- after taking all the excess fluid out
Complete thread -- We then copiously lavaged the knee with several bags of fluid to drain ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- We did remove significant amount of this without destabilizing the kne ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- which was again...(sorry)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. rest of sentence ok?
Complete thread -- which again was ....
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried down to the palmar fascia ____ very, very fibro ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "in the mid palmar area"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in the palmar area
Complete thread -- Attention was then turned to the hand. A normal incision for carpal t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- proximally over the humerus? (it isn't IN the humerus)
Complete thread -- 1. up to where I could not longer... 2. freed it
Complete thread -- We dissected down and we were able to identify it in its bed and relea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- slip?
Complete thread -- He had significant fibrosis and actually had anomalous muscle ____ aro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input, Q.
Complete thread -- At first I thought it might be coronary and graft anatomy identified, but
Complete thread -- Note - for some reason they are not in alphabetical order, but the two are not far down
Complete thread -- No. It s/b effect. See link for MT list which includes difference between the two
Complete thread -- The patient had CABG with coronary s/l in graft anatomy identified. TIA!
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Is affect correct here?
Complete thread -- Maybe that is what he means - says it clearly though. THX!
Complete thread -- trospium
Complete thread -- s/l *trospic* medication
Complete thread -- The patient is allergic to s/l sigh-am and codeine. TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Great! I'm glad I posted - I was just walking out the door and almost didn't.
Complete thread -- Great! I'm glad I posted - I was just walking out the door and almost didn't.
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file so we can listen to how she dictates?
Complete thread -- when ya gotta go ya gotta go - good thing it was suctioned!
Complete thread -- OMG! thank goodness I was awake for this speech error nm
Complete thread -- I don't usually see it abbreviated, 14-French.
Complete thread -- Is French abbreviated? There was a G-tube 14 French 1.5 cm button in place.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your efforts, I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- I thought that too, but enalapril is category C in 1st trimester, then D in 2nd and 3rd
Complete thread -- oh, wondered if the drugs were taken during the mom's pregnancy - sorry
Complete thread -- ex fix (external fixator)
Complete thread -- Thanks, but this is an 11-month-old baby, so I don't think she would mention that
Complete thread -- ORIF s/l "x x"
Complete thread -- got it - broad
Complete thread -- I wonder if pregnancy category C? WAG, but both drugs are in that category
Complete thread -- Further down the medication list, she dictates "C-carvedilol." No idea what the C is for.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- ? ABC = AVC (AV canal)
Complete thread -- medication C-enalapril maleate? She spells it for me "C hyphen etc." Can't find it.
Complete thread -- ESL doc, abdominal hysterectomy, drawing a blank sm plse
Complete thread -- heart defect s/l unbalanced ABC?
Complete thread -- No, not if it is hyphenated.
Complete thread -- Must be 'columns.' Thanks
Complete thread -- The s/l calms were reapproximated with 2-0 Vicryl sutures
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wow I misunderstood that! never mind :-/
Complete thread -- Oh my word...Yes, lol. What a LONG DAY! Thank you!
Complete thread -- umbilical?
Complete thread -- I think yes, cap, since the University name is given, it is a specific not generic dept.
Complete thread -- is doc simply telling you to capitalize?
Complete thread -- Findings at surgery were ventral and *vocal* hernia with incarcerated fat
Complete thread -- Cap department of neurosurgery?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both, I can hear that now
Complete thread -- There is Tulane...but not in NY (New Orleans)
Complete thread -- ?Tulane in New Orleans
Complete thread -- s/l tuwain university? possibly in NY but can't be sure
Complete thread -- would it be calories though?
Complete thread -- He's not overweight, just a big fat cheater!
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- a 2 to 3 cm?
Complete thread -- She had _____ hiatal hernia.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes - hyphens!
Complete thread -- It sounds like we're looking for a procedure name? I found this...
Complete thread -- 24-calorie-per-ounce formula or 24 calorie per ounce formula?
Complete thread -- maybe. SM (Mulder click)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l dorsal click- make sense?
Complete thread -- an oldie but a goodie (the song - and you too!)
Complete thread -- clindamycin? clarithromycin? lots of -mycins, but don't guess unless you can truly hear it
Complete thread -- drug allergy to s/l chlor my sin
Complete thread -- omg...i am so old. i know this song!
Complete thread -- Not sure on 'union' though.
Complete thread -- sure - see link
Complete thread -- Total hip helps,
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. The more I listen, it s/l syndrome of, but I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- symptoms of colovesical fistula?
Complete thread -- A 57-year-old woman presents to cardiologist for preop evaluation as well as
Complete thread -- thank you all for trying, will flag.
Complete thread -- yeah, I think standard is right, but I'm doubtin meds - sounds more like an N word
Complete thread -- I heard it start with "S" so this may very well be it.
Complete thread -- eradication with standard meds?
Complete thread -- I think the last word is histology... that's all I can get so far.
Complete thread -- with ______ identified from the histology. I am ... (sorry, that's all I got)
Complete thread -- I recommended Helicobacter eradication ___ I am just confirming that he has come to
Complete thread -- perhaps he is intending to say both movements are negative cross/abduction?
Complete thread -- I think the BMI system is screwed up. I've heard it said that Tom Brady is "overweight"
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- no need to feel silly - I actually had to google around to solve it.
Complete thread -- I'm 5'3 and 158, so... I'm thinking this is "average" LOL. I refuse to consider me as
Complete thread -- sigh if she wants to, sigh if she wants to... you would sigh too if it happened to yoooouu
Complete thread -- I agree with Pres. Fillmore on this - "weight of 123 pound"
Complete thread -- gigglesnort. I like the intials better.
Complete thread -- I found one site that had recanalized umbilical vein, so maybe canalized ?
Complete thread -- Liver transplant: he falciform ligament and s/l*camized* umbilical vein were divided.
Complete thread -- Oops, pardon those initials.
Complete thread -- I guess that can be opinion (average, underweight, overweight).
Complete thread -- My concern with the patient was that any further distal *bleeds was for the risk* of
Complete thread -- I am going to send it in and see what they say. Thanks for the help!!
Complete thread -- agree-adduction
Complete thread -- Yes you are right.........feeling silly.
Complete thread -- I listened again, still hear 153 pounds? but, you may be right. 5 feet tall and 153
Complete thread -- this one is probably "TUR defect" - not sure about your cyst question.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying it wrong? abduct (away from body) adduct (toward)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I found milk of calcium cyst, so maybe milk/magnesium? WAG
Complete thread -- shoulder exam. Confused with cross arm abduction adduction
Complete thread -- also another query.....s/l QR defect
Complete thread -- s/l milk and malik magnesium cyst
Complete thread -- I think I hear 123 pounds, which would equal a normal BMI with his short height.
Complete thread -- I sigh a lot all day long. *sigh*
Complete thread -- and who are you, the sigh police? She can sigh if she wants to.
Complete thread -- No need to sigh.
Complete thread -- "frank" would make better sense - flank does not fit anatomy.
Complete thread -- shoulder exam s/l flank tenderness
Complete thread -- OK - no offense intended. I just wondered because you just had a lot of errors.
Complete thread -- I saw that - nice of you.
Complete thread -- am not a student ...
Complete thread -- maybe its an MT working on a student...
Complete thread -- I listened 6 times and finally got it all for the OP. *sigh*
Complete thread -- sure thank you ...
Complete thread -- are you an MT working on a real note or a student?
Complete thread -- wheelchair is one word. "Weight upon 23 pound" doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- Pulse not capitalized (there's a comma after the blood pressure reading)
Complete thread -- Average-built gentlement sitting in wheelchair, comfortable, not in distress.
Complete thread -- GENERAL: Average ______ gentleman sitting in wheel chair VITAL S ...
Complete thread -- first word is staples
Complete thread -- x-ray after remote ACL reconstruction
Complete thread -- thank you for the effort taco ...
Complete thread -- #1 eosinophilia or basophilia (and #2 he actually says easy "bruises" not "bruising")
Complete thread -- #1 eosinophilia --- #2 easy bruising and bleeding
Complete thread -- The patient has no __________________ and again the patient has no sym ...
Complete thread -- gets dialysis almost every day and on three occasions he is found to h ...
Complete thread -- I agree on both accounts.
Complete thread -- Not sure what "whydesa" is. Should it be Vidaza or something?
Complete thread -- thank you very much ltt ...
Complete thread -- I have recommended we transfuse 2 units of packed cells. (2) We will proceed...
Complete thread -- PLAN: I have recommended ________ to the ________. ...
Complete thread -- thank you very much James K Polk ...
Complete thread -- paroxysmal atrial fibrillation?
Complete thread -- with an absolute neutrophil count of, and platelets of 124,000, A full chemistry profile
Complete thread -- Today’s labs revealed white count of 0.8 ________________ 0.1, hemoglo ...
Complete thread -- thk u very much mejecd
Complete thread -- *myelodysplastic syndrome.*
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Female with a classic syndrome _________ transfer with sec ...
Complete thread -- flagged and sent
Complete thread -- s/l something-sheath and verumontanum?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "incision, a deltoid-splitting incision, and etc"
Complete thread -- The labrum appeared intact. I then removed the arthroscopic equipment ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- AC joint tenderness, type 2 acromion causing impingement
Complete thread -- He has a full-thickness rotator cuff tear seen on MRI. He has ongoing ...
Complete thread -- Part of it is my recording with a microphone rather than file editing. I really
Complete thread -- You have my sympathies...what an awful sound!
Complete thread -- thanks for listening Q
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- TYSM for all your help, Q!
Complete thread -- PMH: Significant for COPD, ___________, DVT and PE, hypertension, depression
Complete thread -- I just confirmed Stevens tenotomy scissors can be used in this surgery.
Complete thread -- Yes...it is his way of saying Stevens tenotomy scissors. I would give it to him as he said
Complete thread -- I'm finding there are Stevens tenotomy scissors...let me see if
Complete thread -- Does Stevens tenotomies make sense?
Complete thread -- I'm working on this
Complete thread -- dissection taken through subcutaneous tissues with use of s/l steven-sin-om-ees. TIA
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- TYSM, Q!
Complete thread -- Archives show someone saying they found in Tessier's Surgical Word Book capitalized
Complete thread -- beath ...don't think it is capitalized, but I'm double checking
Complete thread -- Drill holes in the patella using an ACL guide and s/l beef pin. TIA!
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- Denonvilliers (some use an apostrophe after the 's'...this OneLook medical dictionary
Complete thread -- reflection in s/l den-om-vee-ase fascia over top of the vasa and seminal vesicles TIA
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Can't get them.
Complete thread -- The paracentesis ports were created at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock positio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Yes...visible inferiorly
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I hear "visible ______"....something like inferiorly or anteriorly
Complete thread -- Sry. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- I heard the "re" and the beginning of a "p" sound, and reposition
Complete thread -- On examination, the patient was found to have a dislocated intraocular ...
Complete thread -- can #2 be reposition the intraocular lens?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- WAG for #2 "to replace" ?????
Complete thread -- I think for #1 "a dislocated"
Complete thread -- The patient is a 73-year-old gentleman who suffered a car accident app ...
Complete thread -- crepitus with ?varus
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- I just hear unit (no other word)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Also contacts (plural)
Complete thread -- I hear "unit" (there may be another word after unit, but I can't say for sure)
Complete thread -- A transverse incision was then made through the old scar and carried d ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The above captioned? patient has....
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: ____ has had a deep brain stimulator in fo ...
Complete thread -- AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD AWKWARD
Complete thread -- Nice link! But I don't think it necessarily has to be a test. Might be. I'm hoping op will
Complete thread -- crepitance is my pet peeve...
Complete thread -- can you refine your s/l? vowel sounds long or short, accent on which syllable?
Complete thread -- You ask, "Isn't the format set...?" The only format I know of is dictate-transcribe.
Complete thread -- If it's a legitimate orthopaedic test, should be listed here, but I looked under M and
Complete thread -- My doctor likes me to use crepitance but I could really use some help with the s/l.
Complete thread -- and your point being?
Complete thread -- HOWEVER... BOS has:
Complete thread -- not sure on your s/l, but I've found a lot of arguments about "crepitance" -- SM
Complete thread -- Thanks. ;) nm
Complete thread -- I dont get your rant. However they say it, i type it.
Complete thread -- On knee exam, crepitance with s/l *maroz* and patellofemoral grind. nm TIA
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- See link...article talks about Hasson side port being use...and
Complete thread -- 5 mm laparoscopic ports (?) nm
Complete thread -- Why do some people have to reinvent the wheel? PA dictates medication/sm
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thank you so very much!
Complete thread -- Lots of help with cholecystectomy.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying something like "model E6" ..This link gives a
Complete thread -- or maybe saying "Prolene hernia system" (not sure if H and S are capped)
Complete thread -- could "no-new-sist" be "nonabsorbable"?
Complete thread -- Inguinal hernia: A Prolene sl*no-new-sist* mesh was then placed
Complete thread -- Account spec wants neuroforaminotomy...I argued it before :) Thank you! Also, please sm...
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but s/b neural foraminotomy
Complete thread -- me thinks the doc pronounced it wrong (not that they ever do that...) :)
Complete thread -- yea, not cap'd in this one
Complete thread -- yeah, decided to go with A+ to C's. Maybe she got more than one A+ but too bad.
Complete thread -- I'd just put from A+ to C. or C's.
Complete thread -- agree - interventional radiology
Complete thread -- "Her grades are ranging from A+'s to C's" <-- any better way to do it than A+'s ?
Complete thread -- good decompression was confirmed with the examining s/l*dit-mar*.
Complete thread -- axillary
Complete thread -- axiallary mass -
Complete thread -- Interventional Radiology (is usually what IR guidance stands for)
Complete thread -- where is the cyst?
Complete thread -- sounds clear but not finding much s/l IR guidance IR aspiration
Complete thread -- TKA..after listening over and over. SM
Complete thread -- but... but... I mentioned that too in my post. But I *heard* -jecture, so... ?
Complete thread -- I agree - bend would be my first guess, then bed, but if you can't tell...
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done.
Complete thread -- oooh, I like this one!
Complete thread -- Googlin' colon bit/band/bed/bend, I came up with bend making the most sense. but you were
Complete thread -- Shhh...all I can come up with is some slang tibial capsule adhesion ? sorry!
Complete thread -- The tibia *cap-hese* was removed with care to protect the medial collateral.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ?? particular juncture
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help!
Complete thread -- me again with the GI surgery, ESL doc s/l bit/band/bed/bend, sm plse
Complete thread -- it DID sort of sound like that, but... ?
Complete thread -- LOL, I thought I heard that too, but makes no sense to me either
Complete thread -- great, that's what I thought but wanted to check - have a good day
Complete thread -- true, and I think Q's answer was the best one.
Complete thread -- not sure that even makes sense, but that's what my ears heard.
Complete thread -- particular conjecture??
Complete thread -- I'd say avascular plane. If it was vascular, it'd bleed a lot more. I've always heard
Complete thread -- If things are stable and well at that _____, I will probably discharge her back to y
Complete thread -- question re: Vascular/avascular sm for context please
Complete thread -- I liked Q's answer (stretch); that, or dictated backwards and meant "6 hip exercises"
Complete thread -- I googled hip 6 exercises (came up with hits), then googled hip 7 exercises and
Complete thread -- nevermind- plastic bandages
Complete thread -- drug allergies to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- you forgot the other letter that sounds like B and P - it is T1
Complete thread -- I'm not familiar with "ackward" -- did you mean awkward?
Complete thread -- The patient's left carotid on s/l B1 imaging
Complete thread -- you're missing some question marks (did you? did I not?) and "back off" is 2 words.
Complete thread -- I actually did read &research (did YOU) I said ackward wording, did I not. Backoff.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- methinks you're right
Complete thread -- Go as dictated?? How is it clear that "hip 6" means core strengthening?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think "they" think we are still in the basement of the hospital, hidden in a cubicle.
Complete thread -- I hear "a problem talking, confusion (don't hear "and some"
Complete thread -- For me, I'd go as dictated, ackward wording, but clear what is meant
Complete thread -- A problem talking and some confusion
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: _____ talk and confusion
Complete thread -- it's probably a local thing and doc just *ass*umes everybody knows...
Complete thread -- flagging. Thx!
Complete thread -- the one I found was in Minnesota (I think?)
Complete thread -- He is postop day 8 thoracotomy with s/l chaps to the left wall, biopsy consistent
Complete thread -- I'm finding "hip stretch exercises" on googling "hip * exercises"
Complete thread -- s/l hip 6 exercises
Complete thread -- R U sure he said "moving 8 mm of bone"...I would have thought "removing"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes, they do make "holes" in the tibia for knee replacement.
Complete thread -- The *holes* were made in the tibia after aligning for rotation
Complete thread -- thanks (and good morning!) LB - I just found one single hit that confirms 4D...
Complete thread -- found a VA that has 4D as Short Stay Care Unit/POPS
Complete thread -- s/l it could be some type of rehab unit at the VA too.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- btw - pt is 95 years old with dementia, if that helps (maybe D=dementia?)
Complete thread -- in relation to?
Complete thread -- cannot confirm this "... may be eligible for the s/l "4-D" unit at the VA.
Complete thread -- knee MRI
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- knee-to-table (I think it makes sense, picture the leg in figure-of-4 position, distance .
Complete thread -- too fast but does this make sense on lower ext exam
Complete thread -- 1. However, because there was.... sequential vein graft to the diagonal and left anterior
Complete thread -- origin of __________ left anterior descending artery __________ intervention
Complete thread -- Weir excision ____ (of ala?)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Unacceptable cosmetic appearance of her no ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- grow anything
Complete thread -- The drainage continued after placement of the drain which I felt was g ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "to kind of eliminate," but looks like a run-on sentence there. "would like to have"
Complete thread -- She has some mild depression superiorly where the implants were in pla ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- do this in the office
Complete thread -- We will plan to set up a time to ____ under local anesthesia. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- smokes
Complete thread -- Her primary concern in the abdomen is the excess skin that is present ...
Complete thread -- Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I hear "outcomes" too...I just mistyped outcome because that is what I expected to hear
Complete thread -- I not sure what I am hearing at the last sentence...it's minor...but
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think he's saying Where the calcific deposit was, it involved about...etc
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- looked good (period). Because it did involve ..., I (not it) felt like
Complete thread -- Where the calcific deposit was involved about 80% of the depth of the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in a palmar to central position
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Procedure Performed: Left thumb CMC ligament reconstruction and debrid ...
Complete thread -- What procedure(s) is/are being done? Maybe I can find a sample of the surgery
Complete thread -- #2 leader
Complete thread -- A guidewire for Arthrex TightRope was then placed onto the thumb metac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I'm sorry it's too late for me to relisten. I don't doubt what
Complete thread -- #1 subsidence?
Complete thread -- #2. essentially
Complete thread -- I can hear that now too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She presented with increasing pain and x-rays did show some ____ where ...
Complete thread -- immobility?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- m hearing arthritis and instability
Complete thread -- base of the thumb -sorry can't get the blank
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, but I think I hear "and steroids. (Postop diagnosis same)" See what U think.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: Left thumb basilar thumb arthritis and ____. ...
Complete thread -- I hit enter too soon....So he is describing the locations of
Complete thread -- I'm sure U R right as gastric emphysema is gas in the stomach wall (all
Complete thread -- He said "glass" so clearly but it must be gas... nm
Complete thread -- Surg. consult, abdominal pain./sm
Complete thread -- LOL. It was Capio. Dr. spelled it wrong in document and I posted this before double check
Complete thread -- Oops...new link
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- CAPIO® Suture Capturing Device
Complete thread -- I can't find any documentation for that.
Complete thread -- It was straight Capil needle device.
Complete thread -- There are several problems (I think) in the post...but wonder
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l *straight-cap needle device*,
Complete thread -- s/l gloozak, sm for context please ESL doc
Complete thread -- I actually did find it as "flabella" in several places...
Complete thread -- Where I work...they'd have jumped my butt for that since it is not the right word, but...
Complete thread -- some people don't actually read the inside of posts.
Complete thread -- Thanks Q - I'm sure you're right (I actually put "flabella" -see my post under lb's below)
Complete thread -- I actually put "flabella" (based on Wikipedia saying that's an alteranate sp. of fabella)
Complete thread -- as it says in my post - "flabellum" is not a medical term at all, singular or plural.
Complete thread -- The problem is the meaning of flabellum/flabella doesn't match the context.
Complete thread -- flabellum (plural flabella),
Complete thread -- Oh, I thought you were saying I misspelled it in my post.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- and sorry - got the other
Complete thread -- oops- meant to post this above. sorry Q
Complete thread -- I think the word you want is cathartic.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Forgive the typos...my computer is at a strange angle and I've trying to adjust to it.
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/#q=fecalization+%22slow+transit%22
Complete thread -- Oops..here's the link for "slow transit" support
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "slow transit" (see link for examples" and
Complete thread -- small bowel indicating low *transit*. I have advised him. AND Take *a cathardic* on
Complete thread -- thanks for input everyone
Complete thread -- Oops. Gave you wrong link. Here is the correct one.
Complete thread -- This is further info and x-ray of what you already mention in your post.
Complete thread -- I think he "means" fabella as in os fabella (see link) Various
Complete thread -- oh, and "wiki" - Ijust don't trust that page since anyone can (SM)
Complete thread -- I would flag or give him the correct word. He'll never know he's saying it wrong
Complete thread -- s/l flabellum? pls sm.
Complete thread -- whew - I'm glad you clarified cuz I always give 'em what they say.
Complete thread -- In your context it would be hyphenated.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "wide bore" but means "large bore" ..nonetheless, I would give him it
Complete thread -- A s/l*wide board* Foley catheter was left in the bladder
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Biplanar fluoroscopy was used throughout procedure to confirm fracture ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. anybody for blank #2?
Complete thread -- from cutting chicken...
Complete thread -- This is a 32-year-old male with the left thumb laceration ____ in whic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and jamming
Complete thread -- This is a 38-year-old male who was playing sport where he sustained a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying #1 his #2 waiting
Complete thread -- The patient was then placed back into ____ brace. The patient was tra ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Maybe he's just saying "cast saw" ... as I find that on general googling
Complete thread -- What is the surgery...I think he's naming some type of saw and
Complete thread -- Before it was scrubbed, a ____ was used to remove the cast and once th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he changed his mind to end up with "sweating in the cast. He
Complete thread -- With regards to the left forearm, he also has signs of hypertrophic gr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Not sure..could he be saying "Good decompression." See link for PubMed article
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left ring finger trigger finger. PROCE ...
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- Do you want to repost this one? If so, I'll wait a minute or so.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. below wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Oops...disregard. I posted too soon. Turns out in the end it can be either.
Complete thread -- Correction: s/b With regard (not regards) see link for explanation
Complete thread -- having the pin pulled out in the
Complete thread -- Oh, I see it is a new one.
Complete thread -- WAV does not match posting.
Complete thread -- This is a 10-year-old male with bilateral distal radius fractures who ...
Complete thread -- A light bulky dressing was applied. Findings, ____. Estimated blood ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- technique in aseptic fashion.
Complete thread -- A time-out was held and the above information was confirmed. Local an ...
Complete thread -- I like it -- Tippecanoe and
Complete thread -- along those lines, could "pearl" be p.o.?
Complete thread -- Will the real POI please
Complete thread -- oral (vs IV)?
Complete thread -- for an area of?
Complete thread -- Patient's s/l pearl magnesium has been replaced. Hypomagnesemia probably TIA!
Complete thread -- atypical appearance for a s/l eric consolidated lobar pneumonia TIA
Complete thread -- thanks :-)
Complete thread -- EtOH, see link.
Complete thread -- not sure if that explanation is correct, but it sounded good :)
Complete thread -- ETOH - found interesting explanation of acronym (sm)
Complete thread -- Etoh or ETOH?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I agree it makes sense. (that poi is not this poi)
Complete thread -- It seems to be saying what the last sentence in the first paragraph
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. Perhaps I don't understand what concerns you.
Complete thread -- BRain CT
Complete thread -- nm - please see link
Complete thread -- Levis are jeans.
Complete thread -- Sorry about that, but if it is arthroscopic, I would say "just in the," but
Complete thread -- Since it is
Complete thread -- SLAP repair, superfast dictator plse sm
Complete thread -- Mormons have a special underwear. Is that
Complete thread -- OOOhhhh...a cowboy in Levi's and a hat. That's it.
Complete thread -- he continues - He is a mormon wearing garments as underclothing
Complete thread -- Are you joking? A man with a cowboy hat and a Levi's skirt or dress.?
Complete thread -- Levi's sm
Complete thread -- Levi's. Google "Levi's jeans"
Complete thread -- he is a tall man dressed in "leviys" and a cowboy hat
Complete thread -- Me too, for sure!
Complete thread -- Very difficult without a wav to hear. This is what I have with J catheter
Complete thread -- Better if a wav avail, if not, and clear, I'd go as dictated because
Complete thread -- disregard
Complete thread -- I think the first is "J wire over the catheter"
Complete thread -- Please see message
Complete thread -- ream and = debridement? another guess
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "extensive reaming (not "ream and"), capsular release, etc" ?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much - new one for me!
Complete thread -- shoulder arthroscopy extensive s/l ream and
Complete thread -- I think the "es" is "is" ...but don't know the "gin"
Complete thread -- just a simple word but can't get it
Complete thread -- see link - bowel bag pops up frequently
Complete thread -- Radiotherapy for prostate cancer...
Complete thread -- think saying gluteus medius (just saying glut mee)
Complete thread -- EMG for back pain- does knee make sense in this sentence
Complete thread -- "in the teres"?
Complete thread -- tenderness?
Complete thread -- If you saw my neighbor, you'd know it is rolls. lots and lots.
Complete thread -- shoulder pain
Complete thread -- nevermind. got it.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- She is concerned with the *roles/rolls* of skin and fat that are prese ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It does break up the scar line superiorly (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- Examination today reveals that the Z-plasty has healed well; although, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- she could stop the
Complete thread -- She states that Dr. Sumrall mentioned that ____ Herceptin once we star ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thin
Complete thread -- The last stage would most likely be nipple-areolar reconstruction with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- frame
Complete thread -- She is in a 48DD cup bra and would like to be as small as her ____ per ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- James Shields, Jr located in Warner Robins, GA
Complete thread -- The patient is a 54-year-old lady who is referred by Dr. ____ regardin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- Yes, now I can hear that. Good one!
Complete thread -- excess?
Complete thread -- He may just be stumbling on the word skin...but I'm not entirely sure.
Complete thread -- reposted wav. Thanks.
Complete thread -- WAV did not come thru. Please repost it.
Complete thread -- She does have some vertical wrinkling in the upper lip and at the corn ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- is not going to
Complete thread -- Examination of her abdomen reveals that it is flat and certainly ____ ...
Complete thread -- Here are some other examples...see link, item 2
Complete thread -- I don't believe there should be a comma after then. Here is
Complete thread -- Supinator it is with this ESL- TYSM!
Complete thread -- brachioradialis reflex (also known as supinator reflex)....???
Complete thread -- Biceps, triceps, s/l supine-uh-tell reflexes, and knee reflexes are 2+. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- L1-T12
Complete thread -- Then, 0.5% Marcaine with 1:200,000 epinephrine with a 25-gauge needle ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- abductory force
Complete thread -- The suspensory ligament was transected at this time. A lateral capsul ...
Complete thread -- and Q doesn't have a link?? Must be Bizarro Q.
Complete thread -- thanks for the link, Q
Complete thread -- oh my baaad...not often you are incorrect. I thought for sure you would have a link.
Complete thread -- As you explained, either is correct. When using the noun
Complete thread -- Unless they're assessing the pain to determine if medication (injection) is appropriate. I
Complete thread -- Oops ...My baaad. Sorry for making incorrect response, but more
Complete thread -- how about "numeric" pain scale
Complete thread -- "medic agent" s/l "medication" but that doesn't fit. Other than that, I had nothin'.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- is this the *real* poi?
Complete thread -- Probably either way is acceptable, though - I don't have a link, but...
Complete thread -- Could it be "medical pain scale?"
Complete thread -- I mostly just hear "pain scale" - I can't think of anything like your s/l
Complete thread -- Sacroiliac pain has returned at approximately 6/10 on the s/l medic-agent scale. TIA!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Triquetral fracture Fracture of the triquetrum.
Complete thread -- is it triquetral or triquetrum avulsion fracture
Complete thread -- wrist films are usually done with the hand in pronation. What is radial pronation?
Complete thread -- inclination view
Complete thread -- "in pronation"
Complete thread -- I think
Complete thread -- all I can come up with is radial deviation ?
Complete thread -- X-rays s/l intonation views
Complete thread -- Don't go pretending to be the president poster now...
Complete thread -- I do wish you would make up your mind though. First I misplaced my demons,
Complete thread -- isn't that what you are for? *yawn*
Complete thread -- Obsessing baggage issues poi, U need to get some help.
Complete thread -- That is true. She has been known to not bother to read the post before *guessing*.
Complete thread -- well, I guess it is specific for *a* location, we just haven't figure out
Complete thread -- The time stamp is not specific for a location. The time difference between two
Complete thread -- Didn't BB mention the time stamp not updated with software change
Complete thread -- Why rush to judgment and assume the guesser saw the post above when guessing?
Complete thread -- thanks for my daily dose :)
Complete thread -- thanks. i was off today but spent prolly 15 minutes till i tried wear... my southern
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi. *I* am the OP and came back hours later to see nm's brilliant "guess".
Complete thread -- one hour after the OP posted the answer. (21:53 to 22:49)
Complete thread -- It looks like this is the poster who gave all the information not OP
Complete thread -- thumbs up
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- oh! damn good find, lb! Google "wear facets" with "bite" or "occlusion
Complete thread -- yes, it is very, very clear now, thank you!
Complete thread -- Once the correct answer is posted, anyone who is interested can Google it for themselves.
Complete thread -- ah good glad you got it, you had not posted yet when I googled
Complete thread -- since can't hear it, a guess s/l sheeon may be SION™ (as in ASAHI®) SION™ )
Complete thread -- I think this is "wear facets" - (google that with maxillomandibular fixation)
Complete thread -- I think I found it - Sion (Asahi Sion wire) - thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- I have to upload it with blanks - but I still would like to know if anybody can figure
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- he says it again "shee-on" (sm for context)
Complete thread -- cardiac cath - s/l "a shee on" wire - see inside for context
Complete thread -- however several *wire facets* were used to gauge his bite.
Complete thread -- Regional nerve blocks performed of the inferior and lateral portals
Complete thread -- I blanked it. All I could hear was my s/l. Thank you for your help.
Complete thread -- If it is Linzess, I'd look for a history of IBS or constipation to help confirm.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ah...yes Mr. Pres,you are correct.
Complete thread -- ok - did you get the other corrections?
Complete thread -- possibly Linzess - but don't guess on an allergy if you can't hear it clearly.
Complete thread -- going with saucerization
Complete thread -- List of allergy medications. Sorry for all caps, but I'm copying and pasting
Complete thread -- post a sound file if you can, and we can be of more help
Complete thread -- or possibly even "osteophyte formation" said real fast?
Complete thread -- ossification - OF the glenoid. He has also had some (take out "all"
Complete thread -- saucerization maybe. Also "finds" s/b "findings" and "as well since" s/b "as well as his"
Complete thread -- shoulder x=ray
Complete thread -- I think U R right to question this...I'm wondering if he MEANT "anterior pain" with
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- But, it is spelled Councill.
Complete thread -- I found this...
Complete thread -- Council is a catheter- so you heard it right.
Complete thread -- DRAIN: #16 *Council*
Complete thread -- s/l anterior tension on shoulder exam
Complete thread -- I'd say context because it sure didn'd sound like that to me.
Complete thread -- I found an article on narconon.org discussing Pep Spice (not
Complete thread -- Actually, I posted on the thread below that amphetamines give false-positives on
Complete thread -- I don't think it is pep pills...
Complete thread -- I was researching it as you were posting. See thread below. I believe
Complete thread -- I found many drug abuse terminology sites mentioning pep pills (amphetamines) and
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- hey, Q, if you're not too busy, can you research "pep" from my question below?
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if he is saying "too loose union"....These hits (see link)
Complete thread -- is that just a guess based on the context or did you hear it like that?
Complete thread -- ("then it" and "the knee" sound very similar... but either way it has the same meaning)
Complete thread -- I *might* hear "the knee was brought into extension"
Complete thread -- degrees, near full extension
Complete thread -- Nice to have the dead presidents on board - much better than 'nm'
Complete thread -- Then it was brought to extension ??
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe John contributed the Profore Lite answer. :)
Complete thread -- well, if those wise guys say so, it must be so.
Complete thread -- I thought you skipped Adams, but I found him.
Complete thread -- 125 to 130 degrees __________ extension
Complete thread -- delayed union??
Complete thread -- um...I guess I know now, though that is pretty mindboggling
Complete thread -- Oh, but don't you know SM
Complete thread -- ok, thanks.
Complete thread -- technically, it probably should be "subjectively" but I would not flag...
Complete thread -- Objectively, she said that her symptoms went down from 10 to 3. Would you flag?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- some kind of malunion clavicle fracture.
Complete thread -- at their attachment
Complete thread -- more context...
Complete thread -- PEP or pep or Pep for a drug of abuse? (I think it's like spice)
Complete thread -- division of superior pole vessels ________ to the thyroid capsule
Complete thread -- yes!
Complete thread -- lol - I know the feeling
Complete thread -- compensatory?
Complete thread -- ah well... I guess I'll have to do my own work.
Complete thread -- lumbar exam s/l ca pis a tory
Complete thread -- I did before but couldn't get the blank. I guess he took it down.
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav - is it just me?
Complete thread -- There was some synovitis anteriorly along this component which we shav ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- voluminous
Complete thread -- The inferomedial portal was made and scope was introduced atraumatical ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I bet you're right, though it's a bit too quick for me to be sure. If you can hear it
Complete thread -- can #1 be adductor canal block?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2nd blank - A2
Complete thread -- DESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURE: The patient was placed under general anesth ...
Complete thread -- The patient was placed under general anesthesia ____ block was perform ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear clear nylon.
Complete thread -- Adequate hemostasis was obtained. Fascia was then closed with 4-0 ___ ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- ignore this...it is preoperatively..he apparently likes that word
Complete thread -- Thanks. not sure though.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- maybe prophylactic??
Complete thread -- Preoperative? (though redundant since he says preoperatively at the end of sentence)
Complete thread -- Preoperative markings were made in the upright position prior to surge ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this definition
Complete thread -- On the right side, an inferior capsulorrhaphy was carried out as well ...
Complete thread -- Woops....1. Multivitamin. 2. s/l war-ter-ler. 3. Lisinopril. TIA.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- I hear "laterally" as well.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- reposted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Laterally????
Complete thread -- Wav was incomplete. Please repost.
Complete thread -- Inspection of the pocket revealed it to be significantly contracted me ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- limited series
Complete thread -- Recommend the patient to continue prescription medication prescribed b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "slight pain at level C1-C4."
Complete thread -- Upper Extremities: Pinwheel testing revealed normal sensation bilater ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, Q. I can't hear that. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Think I hear "very blurry"
Complete thread -- #2 Pleurisy,
Complete thread -- Eyes: Diplopia ____. Nose and Mouth: Hoarseness, drainage. Breathi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thyroid
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ?arthritis? ....seems to google (see link)
Complete thread -- Review of Systems: Positive for diabetes, hypertension, ____ disease, ...
Complete thread -- knees: Normal ROM. No active s/l Ay-sees noted. TIA!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I hear the same but it sounds like she is driving in bed with the massager..haha
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "turn, especially to drive."
Complete thread -- thanks for the feedback
Complete thread -- Right-sided neck pain which is constant. She grades it as
Complete thread -- But I understand some systems have a way to blank and ask confirmation.
Complete thread -- I would not use those unless I could confirm them.
Complete thread -- just curious Q...would you use those or flag?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- If he is misspeaking (which of course we don't know) he could be saying
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I tried..no luck confirming either medication I hear
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Medications: ____, Protonix, Synthroid, one half aspirin, Celebrex (1 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. :-)
Complete thread -- corrected and slowed to a
Complete thread -- Sometimes people are twisted around in their seats when
Complete thread -- The impact shot their vehicle forward with her going out of control cr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing it but thought it was contradictory
Complete thread -- against the seat facing forward
Complete thread -- against the seat facing forward
Complete thread -- During the accident, she was wearing the seat and shoulder belts with ...
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- thank u
Complete thread -- I see I'm rather late responding...
Complete thread -- is there a missing word where you have the ????
Complete thread -- celecoxib (Celebrex)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Part of the answer lies with the patient's previous history (I think) because
Complete thread -- pls help, CXR
Complete thread -- He is single and has 2 children. He is disabled but he was_________. No pets/birds.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: 1. Latex. 2. s/l sell-uh-cop-sid. TIA!
Complete thread -- :o))
Complete thread -- that is why I didn't mention anything in my first suggestion...I thought it was a
Complete thread -- ....has a speech impediment and so could have mispronounced. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Ugh! Thanks, poi. Trying to listen for that. I will turn in to QA. P.S. This doc actually
Complete thread -- I thought there might be...lower capsule of the mass?
Complete thread -- I kind of hear 'villo-capsular' mass. But I have to relisten.
Complete thread -- I hear that too, but I think there's another word before it which I can't get
Complete thread -- capsule of the mass?
Complete thread -- Anterior neck mass, probably cervical lipoma.
Complete thread -- Degas?
Complete thread -- tap (tap dance)
Complete thread -- cap (kneecap)
Complete thread -- top?
Complete thread -- da Vinci
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "the path of the hamstring graft harvest site"???
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l
Complete thread -- you've a typo...autograft
Complete thread -- knee exam after surgery
Complete thread -- just for clarification..the subject comment was a direct quote of Darlene's
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Panjang? (island)
Complete thread -- She has traveled in ____ in January 2015 and Ghana in January 2014
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes - aortic dissection can cause chest pain, and the CT scan ruled that out as the cause.
Complete thread -- I can hear that. Does that make sense
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes as you have one base per lung and bibasilar wouth be both lung bases (see link)
Complete thread -- post answered above (just so others don't try to solve)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- both words check out okay and makes sense to me - I'd use it if you hear it clearly.
Complete thread -- Oh my goodness, so sorry about the triple post!
Complete thread -- extracalvarial cephalohematoma? Can't document this.
Complete thread -- is this redundant? "bibasilar crackles bilaterally"
Complete thread -- extracalvarial cephalohematoma? Can't document this.
Complete thread -- extracalvarial cephalohematoma? Can't document this.
Complete thread -- ruled out dissection (?)
Complete thread -- had CT of the chest ______. Normal
Complete thread -- and I'm too busy swaying things to my nonsense... or is it your nonsense? Either way, I'm
Complete thread -- that must be why I can't "confront my past"...too busy looking for my demons.
Complete thread -- This post is worthy of a
Complete thread -- models
Complete thread -- I think she just moved down below to yell at poi and her misplaced demons.
Complete thread -- Feel free to give Q your own version of what she should be thinking.
Complete thread -- I think nm has left the building
Complete thread -- shoot, I was looking forward to the explanation :)
Complete thread -- Sorry - I was too slow on the draw. :)
Complete thread -- I understand. I was posting my question at the same time as yours and had not seen yours
Complete thread -- It does not support it at all. That's what the ☂ was for.
Complete thread -- The camera you reference is not related to x-ray. It's a Sony camcorder.
Complete thread -- I tried your link and cannot understand how it supports "mounts" in the OP's
Complete thread -- ☂ this post and link have absolutely nothing to do with the question.
Complete thread -- True. But the ones I do know about are making my blood pressure go up
Complete thread -- 3D shoulder series,mounts
Complete thread -- WHAT!! YOU (not me) started your usual aggressive junk. STOP POI
Complete thread -- It is hard for me too, but we tried and that's all we can do.
Complete thread -- ? booking sheet
Complete thread -- maybe can nail down the form if list state of dictation, somebody can help you
Complete thread -- and this: with the pain in the left lower extremity was still there
Complete thread -- thanks all..... for big help ...
Complete thread -- shoulder x-rays
Complete thread -- this part - "States that the injection did help in significantly through reduce the pain"
Complete thread -- #1 wearing the brace while #2-3 it would definitely benefit the overall well-being and
Complete thread -- 1 - wearing the brace while; 2 - the overall; 3- ability to work longer hours
Complete thread -- yes, but your sentence below is full of errors. If you repost that whole sentence, we can
Complete thread -- We will continue with the consolidated treatments. The patient has be ...
Complete thread -- maybe someone knows this- upcoming surgery-filled out a s/l bocum sheet
Complete thread -- no it's a long dictation from single doctor ...
Complete thread -- correction: He is still forced to work (not to drop)
Complete thread -- *you're
Complete thread -- your welcome - are you going to post the extended wav from below? It really shouldn't be
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Complete thread -- #1 too much of the #2 continues to b
Complete thread -- He is still forced to drop to work as a cab driver and due to financia ...
Complete thread -- sure isgal thank you ...
Complete thread -- If you post a longer wav, we can help you with that.
Complete thread -- square one - but you need to fix up the sentence
Complete thread -- lateral aspect?
Complete thread -- States that the injection did help in significantly through reduce the ...
Complete thread -- thank you bkloli ...
Complete thread -- one word is fissuring, other may be anterior aspects
Complete thread -- a first
Complete thread -- thanks all. appreciate for the help ...
Complete thread -- The patient presents today for follow up evaluation. The Patient is s ...
Complete thread -- MRI
Complete thread -- yes, on relistening, now I'm sure it is "chiropractor care." Thx for the backup, isgal.
Complete thread -- I hear chiropractor care
Complete thread -- or maybe "chiropractor care"
Complete thread -- chiropractic care
Complete thread -- added wav. please help to identify the word ...
Complete thread -- maybe "cold pack to the area"?
Complete thread -- My guess is some kind of medication...
Complete thread -- sorry - all I can think of is "cold pack" for the "kerpak" part of it.
Complete thread -- that's true "big difference" ...
Complete thread -- diagnosis is as follows
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This step
Complete thread -- reducing the tendon to reduced position. ____ was repeated on the con ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It wasn't a "suggestion", it was a correction.
Complete thread -- I think you are hearing correctly...
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks.
Complete thread -- if we know what is wrong with the pt, we may be able to figure out blank.
Complete thread -- Each individual suture was then *Krackow’ed* up to the individual side ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thank you for the suggestion isgal and the blank word am not able to g ...
Complete thread -- what's the diagnosis?
Complete thread -- Correction: He *has* been advised (not is)
Complete thread -- It sounds like "failed"- maybe he meant to say failed carpal tunnel "release"?
Complete thread -- The patient will benefit from the cervical epidural steroid injection. ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right hand ____ carpal tunnel syndrome. ...
Complete thread -- thank u for the help taco ...
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- to, again, diminishment of the range of the
Complete thread -- Upper and lower extremity strength, sensation and DTRs are intact with ...
Complete thread -- thk you isgal. able to hear the same ...
Complete thread -- Spurling is negative?
Complete thread -- Also, crepitus-like
Complete thread -- period after "throughout." ____ is negative.
Complete thread -- On physical examination, still painful and crepitus like range of moti ...
Complete thread -- thk you isgal ...
Complete thread -- "discomforts" is part of the previous sentence. Med is Advil.
Complete thread -- patients name is different isgal ...
Complete thread -- am not able to hear the same and I have added wav now could you please ...
Complete thread -- (unless the patient's name is Discomforts - I sure hope not)
Complete thread -- I mean this part: Discomforts still continues to work...
Complete thread -- Arthrotec? Also, something's wrong with your sentence.
Complete thread -- He has improved a lit bit in the lumbar area. Discomforts still contin ...
Complete thread -- thank you billybob ...
Complete thread -- pretty much in the same area...is a lot worse
Complete thread -- The patient presents today for follow up evaluation. He still complai ...
Complete thread -- The stones were carefully removed with s/l "déjà vu"
Complete thread -- She has had no problems with healing at home. The pathology report di ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to final pinning of the
Complete thread -- Multiple AP and lateral views revealed sequential reduction ____ first ...
Complete thread -- I understand - I just wanted to make sure guy didn't put that into the report.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- he said Modified McBride Bunionectomy and Lapidus Arthrodesis, Left Side before
Complete thread -- Sry. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- he is saying name of the standrad dictation. i am unable to figure out what that name is.
Complete thread -- I think he was just giving us the sentence following his blank. If he
Complete thread -- agree, but what is he saying after dictations? dictations for ____
Complete thread -- I don't think "At the end" is part of it. He says, "At the end, we'll say, the patient..."
Complete thread -- Also I am hearing "dictations" (so there may be more than one template to use)
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- The limb was exsanguinated. The tourniquet was elevated to 325 mmHg. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- Nevermind. I see you caught it and posted a thread above.
Complete thread -- I think he changes it to "at its middle and distal one-third"
Complete thread -- Seems there is a problem with this sentence...see message
Complete thread -- The proximal arms retracted into the proximal plantar vault and its di ...
Complete thread -- Don't change. He clearly said arms.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't think you should change it. Arms is very clear. We would
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. should i change it?
Complete thread -- Yes. I posted that below. But I do not think it is "arms"...I think it is arm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- that is what I hear, I just couldn't make sense of it. I thought he
Complete thread -- that is what he is saying. i think he uses a lot of wrong words. like below i think he
Complete thread -- My typo...I meant to correct that part to distal as possible...
Complete thread -- what would distal as proximal mean?
Complete thread -- R U sure he didn't say "The proximal arm was retracted" ???
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Again, this was sectioned as distal etc"
Complete thread -- The proximal arms retracted into the proximal plantar vault and its di ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nonweightbearing as much as possible and follow up
Complete thread -- The patient was noted to have tolerated the procedure well and left th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Profore Lite-type
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Can't tell for sure, but would not be wrong to use as you show IMO
Complete thread -- I find there is a PCA (patient care associate) position
Complete thread -- is he saying multiple layers with multiple rolls or just correcting himself?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "Profore light-type"
Complete thread -- She works as a PCA? TCA? at Jersey Shore University Medical Center.
Complete thread -- Minimal pack was applied to each incision. A 4 x 4 was applied over t ...
Complete thread -- ☂ sorry I fed the troll
Complete thread -- yes you started the fight here..I can't tell it is you till you start your usual whining
Complete thread -- I asked you to leave me alone many times, no interaction ever!!!
Complete thread -- "wowie low self-esteem and insecurity here. Grow up! - wow low self esteem"
Complete thread -- meow, Shame on you poi. I feel very secure in my skills, never my style to steal credit
Complete thread -- true, it is always very, very clear when someone else solves it...
Complete thread -- wowie low self-esteem and insecurity here. Grow up!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- AgreeI hear "grasp" the muscle, Steven's hook in the inferotemporal.. it's very very clear
Complete thread -- Also I think it is inferior temporal sulcus not inferotemporal
Complete thread -- I think I hear "to grasp the muscle in a Stevens hook in the inferotemporal sulcus
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done?
Complete thread -- I agree with poi "or the" see link for image of those bones
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- or the
Complete thread -- Pls help
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Complete thread -- thanks to all for your thoughts
Complete thread -- presence IS not..I agree nm
Complete thread -- grasp the muscle? graft the muscle? with its tubing? so it can be?
Complete thread -- A lid speculum was placed on the left side isolating inferior oblique ...
Complete thread -- nor would I
Complete thread -- nor would I
Complete thread -- Ya and the plural of 'keratosis' is 'keratoses', and 'poro-' is a prefix meaning 'callus'
Complete thread -- I did get 4000 results when googled porokeratoses with quotes, so I would use it.
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- Would you cap Pain Clinic here?
Complete thread -- Ya only comes up with porokeratosis.
Complete thread -- type that into the OneLook box above - it's a better resource for these kinds of questions
Complete thread -- Is porokeratoses a word? I cannot find it if I Google but that is what I hear.
Complete thread -- That's what I was finding, but it sure doesn't sound like it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- It's September 10 where I live. 2:01 am here
Complete thread -- Yeah I know most places "across the pond" are 5-6 hours later than me.
Complete thread -- and thanks for keeping the board up without interruption... keep up the good work!
Complete thread -- ah, thanks for solving the mystery, billybob
Complete thread -- But it IS September 10th in some places (see my link to find out where)
Complete thread -- when Dotster stopped providing service abruptly, I switched to 1and1 SM
Complete thread -- after midnight now... which would be Amsterdam, for one place.
Complete thread -- Now it's supposedly Sep 10th
Complete thread -- What I meant to say is, "I agree with poi."
Complete thread -- mucocutaneous?
Complete thread -- Why does the time say after 11 p.m.? It's not 11 p.m. anywhere in the
Complete thread -- mucocutaneous junction?
Complete thread -- operative report (eye surgery)
Complete thread -- or "continuous ambulatory monitoring" (of saturation)?
Complete thread -- "continuous air monitor"?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- extensor aspect?
Complete thread -- knee exam
Complete thread -- or Caucasian adult male? We could go on and on, but OP flagged it.
Complete thread -- pursuing, not pursing
Complete thread -- CAM also stands for complementary and alternative medicine. Maybe the patient was also
Complete thread -- I give up.
Complete thread -- I second that umbrella - you can't just "go with" something if you don't know what it is.
Complete thread -- why doesn't this surprise
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Consider go as dictated IF clear. Thinking 50% is rate of oyxgen sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, will flag
Complete thread -- okay -
Complete thread -- no ideas here either... sorry
Complete thread -- I find they can do simultaneous palpation of radial and
Complete thread -- No idea, sorry. And I had a son with a trach and belonged to several
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- osteochondroplasty-said clearly- okay? Would u use it?
Complete thread -- Ahhhh, I see. Thank you so much isgal!
Complete thread -- (bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy)
Complete thread -- BSO
Complete thread -- is not very responsive and a therapeutic ____ is preferred sooner rather than later.
Complete thread -- cam
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- was it dictated as "cam" or "C-A-M"?
Complete thread -- Is this dictated clearly? I'm not finding anything.
Complete thread -- On trach collar 50% *CAM*, SPO2 100%. Blood pressure is 157/85, rate of
Complete thread -- under cardio exam- this is exactly what is said-how to type
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- adjacent to this area?
Complete thread -- If the subject is "cultures" then, yes, cultures ARE pending, but a "set" of cultures
Complete thread -- MRI hip s/l stair
Complete thread -- agree are pending
Complete thread -- That is what I was thinking. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ima gonna hafta disagree w/you, lb - "set" is the subject, so "set IS pending"
Complete thread -- Yes, but "cultures" is in the prepositional phrase
Complete thread -- cultures are pending -- set of cultures
Complete thread -- I'm sorry: He has a set of blood culture that ARE pending...
Complete thread -- He has a set of blood cultures pending. Set: singular or plural for SV agreement?
Complete thread -- yeah BFB big fat blank
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for reply, not hearing mini or micro.
Complete thread -- could he be saying mini discectomy or microdiscectomy?
Complete thread -- lumbar laminectomy, bilateral "meniscectomy" L4-L5
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- tilt test (tilt table test) ?
Complete thread -- Knee replacement. Osteophytes removed with a "sreecle wrench osteotome" as it
Complete thread -- some kind of test under cardiovascular
Complete thread -- I thought it was Pacific, but not sure that's right either
Complete thread -- I always thought they were eastern time - 2 hours later than my mountain time.
Complete thread -- I didn't realize until after I had posted either. I can never figure out the time stamps.
Complete thread -- You're right - I didn't realize it had been so many hours...
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, I think we are both way too late. Oh well. Trying not to let it get to me.
Complete thread -- ^this is what I hear also^
Complete thread -- searching and nothing-thinking yes, he's stumbling
Complete thread -- could he be stumbling over prior?
Complete thread -- knee exam after injection s/l pre-prior band of tissue
Complete thread -- definitely noticed a good 3 weeks of improvement
Complete thread -- says good, then changes it to very good
Complete thread -- hey I got it thank you "I hear" ...
Complete thread -- now am able to hear as "definitely noticed a good ________________ ...
Complete thread -- definitely noticed a very good improvement
Complete thread -- The patient presents today for followup. States that she ______ ...
Complete thread -- The patient presents today for followup. States that she __________ ...
Complete thread -- AYF football player who plays s/l unlimited AYA ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't think he's saying anything there
Complete thread -- The inspection was then made of the patient’s septum and prominent nas ...
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Complete thread -- in it after it had been
Complete thread -- Attention was now turned to the left side where the smaller 530 cc siz ...
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Complete thread -- we had
Complete thread -- A sizer of approximately 575 cc was placed on the right side that was ...
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Complete thread -- had slipped
Complete thread -- Everything below the muscle was removed. Because the implant ____ sup ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tented in
Complete thread -- incision was now deepened with electrocautery through subcutaneous fas ...
Complete thread -- this one is Seibel chopper too
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- yeah. :-)
Complete thread -- U R right Guy, found Seibel chopper
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is Seibel chopper. like poi suggested on FB. :-)
Complete thread -- I hear something like "cyclo chopper"....I can confirm chopper,but
Complete thread -- first one is Seibel. thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2. The pressure was adjusted to 15?
Complete thread -- The lens was then injected into the capsular bag without difficulty. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- _____ chop (sorry, can't get it)
Complete thread -- BSS was used to hydrodissect the nucleus. The nucleus was rotated fre ...
Complete thread -- four quadrant paracenteses
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- four quadrant ...iris hooks
Complete thread -- Prior to making 2.4-mm wound, a 15-degree blade was used to make ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I always have trouble getting up subsequent wav,"continuous" may be in there sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- carried around to a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- unable to make out what he is saying. click link, look over, might see something
Complete thread -- Then, 2.4-mm keratome was used to make a biplanar phaco incision to th ...
Complete thread -- s/l word vex = word recognition sm
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Visually significant cataract, right eye. ...
Complete thread -- Pure tone audiogram results include a s/l word-vex score of 96% on the left. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yep. Thanks!
Complete thread -- slurring "carotids" maybe?
Complete thread -- presence is not,
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Neck exam reveals no lymphadenopathy or goiter. s/l car lips are symmetric. TIA!
Complete thread -- Or in this PubMed article they talk about polyps that harbored premalignant
Complete thread -- Could U B hearing "solitary" ??? Apparently those are higher risk for neoplasm. (see link)
Complete thread -- Somebody doesn't know what umbrellas are for.
Complete thread -- NM. It's bradykinesia.
Complete thread -- s/l apparently kinesia scores 2 on fist opening and 2 on finger tapping.
Complete thread -- "harbored" polyps
Complete thread -- Sounds like it could have been it. I sent it in. Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- node of Cloquet?
Complete thread -- s/l nodical kit
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- egg-zactly
Complete thread -- but...okay
Complete thread -- comma after impending just doesn't fit though
Complete thread -- Going to type like this: alcohol withdrawal impending, DTs yesterday, alcohol induced moo
Complete thread -- it wasn't in that clip but it was dictated in Axis I
Complete thread -- and....and.... and... we may never know what the OP was asking, though you might be
Complete thread -- I didn't hear "yesterday"
Complete thread -- impending DTs yesterday? Thought strange with the word yesterday
Complete thread -- Also on Axis I, alcohol-induced mood disorder, questionable impending DTs
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- Alcohol dependence, alcohol withdrawal *lay pending* DTs yesterday.
Complete thread -- fairly ?
Complete thread -- see link (OneLook Medical Dictionary - supra- and super- in your context the same
Complete thread -- supra-abduction is this word okay? Not really finding it though
Complete thread -- There are no major cells seen with this and I am _____ happy
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- but - OP never said one way or another. ?
Complete thread -- Type "Modic type" in "Search Archives" box above. I don't see a definitive answer but both
Complete thread -- unless there are any concerns on the imaging ___ her forward.
Complete thread -- aha! Thank yoU!
Complete thread -- op is prolly talking about Modic endplate changes
Complete thread -- ProGrip?
Complete thread -- Left ____ inguinal open hernia repair, 18 August 2015
Complete thread -- and I'm pretty sure those are Roman I and II.
Complete thread -- maybe you're looking for Mobitz ? Not sure what you mean...
Complete thread -- it is Modic type 1 or I - nothing too specific in archives
Complete thread -- s/b thanks for "link"
Complete thread -- thanks for lin 7
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- duh, thanks
Complete thread -- Cook extraction
Complete thread -- found this, not sure it is IT Evolution Shortie Mechanical Dilator Sheath Set sm
Complete thread -- and _______ extraction of ICD, right atrial
Complete thread -- I used a Cook *shortie* device
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- no, osseous ridging seems more likely to me.
Complete thread -- false profile
Complete thread -- hip x-ray s/l osseous reaching... make sense to you?
Complete thread -- X-rays s/l first pulse profile??
Complete thread -- maybe ? s/l exfim is (Ax-fem bypass) A guess since limited info to go on sm
Complete thread -- os as in os acetabuli
Complete thread -- Could it be axillobifemoral surgery? ...
Complete thread -- Troch injection s/l "touching os, took out" ...
Complete thread -- The second time she started to say "fem pop" surgery and corre ...
Complete thread -- There are X-Firm compression stocking, but the word "underwent" makes me unsure.
Complete thread -- pcoket; laser and *quick* extraction of ICD, right atrial and
Complete thread -- vascular disease
Complete thread -- chuckle, all I could get was "without any pain"
Complete thread -- I'd tell him no way
Complete thread -- BMAC
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- shoulder injection
Complete thread -- greater trochanteric bursitis (GTB) or GTB pain syndrome/bursitis?
Complete thread -- s/l GTE or GTV GTD pain
Complete thread -- you've gotta be kidding
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He is able to stretch. He is able to extend his back. He is able to ...
Complete thread -- a changeup and an occasional....
Complete thread -- He is a pitcher and throws a fast ball about 75 mph, ____ occasional c ...
Complete thread -- actual?, nucleograms.
Complete thread -- Have a good day
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The L3-L4, L4-L5, and L5-S1 disc was injected with 1% preservative-fre ...
Complete thread -- interlaminar fluoroscopically guided
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- At each level, the overlying subcutaneous skin was infiltrated with 2 ...
Complete thread -- prior to taking the patient
Complete thread -- Then, 950 mg of IV cefazolin was administered intravenously ____ the p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- If it were my note, I'd go with axial.
Complete thread -- repeating that word in postop diag. thanks.
Complete thread -- following wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Celestone Soluspan
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I have trouble getting the next voice file up; can only get the first one sm
Complete thread -- i had labor day holiday yesterday on Monday. :-)
Complete thread -- oh, didn't know ypu were working. It's a holiday in U.S.
Complete thread -- A block was given with 5 mL mixture of 3 mL of Celestone ____ 6 mg/mL ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- sounds like "actual", but wonder if means "axial" low back pain sm & link if needed
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ____ low back pain around the L4-L5 and L5- ...
Complete thread -- often the s/l ends up not even close, in this type of question, it works better smI
Complete thread -- Yes, OP just said that.
Complete thread -- I think meant" chest pain" with "radiation to breast" I'd flag
Complete thread -- Though maybe he meant to say mammography.
Complete thread -- Ah. That makes even more sense. Though I still don't have a helpful suggestion.
Complete thread -- I was thinking he meant the pain was radiating to her breast. NM
Complete thread -- He mentions radiation to her breast in your first sentence.
Complete thread -- He doesn't mention any history of breast cancer or radiation. I am stumped. thanks! NM
Complete thread -- WAG "congenital heart disease" (see link showing various google hits)
Complete thread -- If she had radiation to her breast, she may well have had
Complete thread -- pt with hepatocellular carcinoma also has S/L Chapu-A? disease
Complete thread -- is seeing pt for possible surgery, quote is inside (sm). Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you for all.
Complete thread -- on the other hand, text does mentionat "at best she will have ulcerative proctitis" and sm
Complete thread -- #2 this may impact her main choice of therapeutic options
Complete thread -- I assumed as much - just making sure
Complete thread -- typo..... sorry!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you all for trying!
Complete thread -- LB, do you hear proctatitis or is that a typo?
Complete thread -- I just listened again and can't say I hear that.
Complete thread -- s/l "It sounds as if this is ulcerative proctatitis" to me...
Complete thread -- anyone hear : It sounds as though her disease was all ulcerative proctitis??
Complete thread -- any choice OF
Complete thread -- Sorry, that was supposed to be a question mark
Complete thread -- #1 It sounds as though this is/
Complete thread -- #2- any choice
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, please help!
Complete thread -- aack, just noticed this
Complete thread -- oh, and it is calluses
Complete thread -- heloma dura
Complete thread -- calluses
Complete thread -- "hola-ma-dera" ? Podiatry, PT with callouses on toes & heels
Complete thread -- ?rheumatologic etiology as she has...
Complete thread -- s/l rheumatologic reh-lie-ah
Complete thread -- Late afternoon here, but a great day to all!
Complete thread -- A GOOD joyful morning America, India, Australia, Middle East
Complete thread -- I think it's actually p-ANCA or pANCA (lowercase P).
Complete thread -- ok nevermind. She corrects herself and says P-ANCA.
Complete thread -- ESL help - in HPI she's saying s/l Pan ANCA positive?
Complete thread -- No. :( I guess I do now though. I copied it from rxlist.com and there it has a
Complete thread -- You know it's HCl, though, right? Cap H and C, small l.
Complete thread -- I think he means fluoxetine Hcl
Complete thread -- Current medications include Namenda, fluoxetine, *HLC*, atorvastatin, and calcium.
Complete thread -- found this s/l livasa might be Vidaza® (azacitadine): Myelodysplastic Syndrome
Complete thread -- There's Lovaza for triglycerides. Still thinking though.
Complete thread -- pt with CLL and MDS being treated with IV S/L Livasa?
Complete thread -- Thank goodness for the archives. That's where I've been all day, lol.
Complete thread -- Good afternoon!
Complete thread -- Good morning America and all, gonna be a great day, again
Complete thread -- ? Etomidate (marketed as Amidate)
Complete thread -- You misunderstand. "hmm" was only pointing out a typo in one of guy's responses
Complete thread -- ketamine, alendronate
Complete thread -- You may be right. Thanks for the suggestion. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- maybe 2 drugs - ketamine and something?
Complete thread -- The patient's allergies include s/l ket-uh-men-dur-ate and penicillin. TIA!
Complete thread -- it is correct braNchial
Complete thread -- "Fusion" is the correct term here.
Complete thread -- I'm going to query it. Thanks a lot for your efforts.
Complete thread -- My last thought is that "central side" is referring to the
Complete thread -- I only find one hit for exact phrase "central side of the artery" and
Complete thread -- I'm looking, but so not successful in finding term "central side" as
Complete thread -- Pt with parotid gland tumor.
Complete thread -- Fluff to taco
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I'm with Q on this one; she answered the OP's question and backed it up.
Complete thread -- Since there is reference to a malunion, might he be saying
Complete thread -- Oh give me strength. You are so right. Not obvious, right? Lol Thanks.
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- toxic appearing
Complete thread -- Here is Podiatry Journal article using both microfracture and macrofracture
Complete thread -- she is tender in her biceps as well?
Complete thread -- ER report if that helps. He might be saying something about OBS
Complete thread -- She is not s/l toxic spittering.
Complete thread -- s/l biceps well
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- Here is a PubMed article with reference to macrofracture in humans...My
Complete thread -- Subchondroplasty (procedure)
Complete thread -- subchondroplasty? This a word?
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- Sorry, Q, but that's not a particularly winning reference.
Complete thread -- oops, did not find "Intra" ....(inter=between)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Cervical Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injection sm & link if needed
Complete thread -- intralaminar or interlaminar- see posts for both
Complete thread -- wav not there
Complete thread -- I know it's sent but after procedure performed you put brachial instead of braNchial.
Complete thread -- yes, Hemovac
Complete thread -- Hemovac (drain) site
Complete thread -- acutally hearing more than one syllable s/l seama VAC
Complete thread -- oops- think it's CVAC
Complete thread -- some kind of vac after knee surgery
Complete thread -- The microscope was brought in. I performed the inferior laminotomy of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the only thing I think I hear is "also _____ obstruction"
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "which didn't improve with medication. Physical examination etc"
Complete thread -- This is a 35-year-old male who was complaining of nasal obstruction wh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Really WAG "who is undergoing _____ consultation"
Complete thread -- The patient is a 5-1/2-year-old ____ in consultation with recurrent ac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think "close the distal aspect revision"
Complete thread -- I hear #1 They were then sewn to ?together to create the"
Complete thread -- A Stelnicki dorsal medial graft was elevated as well as distal Z-plast ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he says "sterile soak saline" but means "sterile saline soak"
Complete thread -- The groin was closed in multiple layers using resorbable sutures. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "the deep closure layer of the"
Complete thread -- I am not disputing microfracture. The OP's question was had
Complete thread -- This left a complex defect and it required meticulous realignment of t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Only he's not in the closure sentence there. He's describing
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. in samples it is complex "closure" of irregular,
Complete thread -- I don't hear "of" just complex, stellate, irregular wound
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 ??stellate??
Complete thread -- #2 complex other
Complete thread -- This left a complex ____ of irregular wound that had to be significant ...
Complete thread -- microfracture tibial plataeu googles well
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tahns
Complete thread -- tahnsk
Complete thread -- I think I hear "____ serial excision"
Complete thread -- It does make sense in that often the patient breaks both bones
Complete thread -- There is now reparative sclerosis developing across the distal radius buckle fracture.
Complete thread -- staged serial excision?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Giant congenital hairy nevus of left leg, 30 ...
Complete thread -- does the pt have a fracture of the radius? If so, it makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, companion....meaning sclerosis can indicate fracture, so if
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Bingo. I think you hit the nail on the hear! See this link.
Complete thread -- can it be cartilaginous "root"?
Complete thread -- Sorry again, I can't get the blank.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Correction: Also think he's saying "in the preauricular" (not and)
Complete thread -- What is patient's history?
Complete thread -- Correction: I think he says "on each of them" (not and)
Complete thread -- This left a complex closure of irregular wound in *anterior face and t ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Not true. I knew I should always give my links...then I
Complete thread -- Assistant is _____ Weston, FL ...
Complete thread -- Only with regard to minerals and geology, though.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thank you, Q.
Complete thread -- I think "Speech-to-scream" makes sense...with scream being
Complete thread -- Audiogram: Presbyacusis is documented. Speech s/l to-scream is 100 on the right. TIA!
Complete thread -- #2 in all cases. They implant it. Program it and test it with
Complete thread -- nevermind. it is lead #2
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: 722.83, 721.3, 724.4. PROCEDURE PERFOR ...
Complete thread -- NM. Maybe Fabry disease.
Complete thread -- PMH: s/l say-breeze disease, status post renal transplant, CVA...TIA!
Complete thread -- ligament of Treitz comes to mind but......
Complete thread -- (don't ask me where I remember that from - I just googled it and got diddly-squat)
Complete thread -- I seem to remember an example of a pickled-herring dealer...
Complete thread -- there's a trend toward not using so many hyphens??? that's sad news for us
Complete thread -- is there anytime a lack of hypen would involve a medicolegal risk?
Complete thread -- technically yes, but the hits showed without as well and there
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be 'on-the-spot march test'?
Complete thread -- Tyvm Q.
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Complete thread -- correction..well under...hernia upright position straining
Complete thread -- I hear "exertion position"...googles well under 'upright position straining' ..I'd use
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm
Complete thread -- what, no link?
Complete thread -- macrofracture googles well
Complete thread -- Heard of macrofracturing?
Complete thread -- thank you, i flagged, hope to hear back.
Complete thread -- bowel mesentery?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Really WAG: ??bowel anatomy??
Complete thread -- s/l barrow of trees
Complete thread -- Thanks. If Alicia had been able to confirm this, I'd do a Snoopy dance. ;)
Complete thread -- If you read the hits more closely you will see there is reference to
Complete thread -- I think you're making the same mistake I was. There were both...
Complete thread -- Your links refers to tails of sutures and stitches not of Steri-Strips.
Complete thread -- good one, Q! I found both Fukuda and Unterberger, but not "on the spot" - I bet that's it
Complete thread -- ☂ - my bad
Complete thread -- oh geez, I feel dumb now. I was thinking the tails had to do with the Steris.
Complete thread -- sutures can have tails (free ends) but Steri-Strips really don't...
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Appears yes to "and tails"...see link for google hits I found
Complete thread -- Wonder if U R hearing "on the spot march test"..also called
Complete thread -- just posted WAV
Complete thread -- I did just find a link in archives where someone had "tails of ethibond suture" but I dont
Complete thread -- I can't come up with anything like your s/l, sorry.
Complete thread -- (I'm pretty sure "tails" is not right - I can't think of what that would mean)
Complete thread -- "and tails" - entirely? in toto? and tapes?
Complete thread -- Steri-Strips and tails ?? tails?? def not saying staples. Postop lap appy
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much!
Complete thread -- according to one dictionary it is a "regionally popular term"
Complete thread -- "transaminitis" is sort of slang (maybe acceptable now) for elevated transaminases (LFTs)
Complete thread -- She was noted to have *trans-ima-nitis* and ultrasound showed cholelithiasis
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l onis-farch March test
Complete thread -- 12,800 google hits for "hood of the graft"
Complete thread -- No commas. See explanation (link) for cumulative adjectives.
Complete thread -- yep google vein graft hood.
Complete thread -- A micropuncture needle and sheath were inserted into the *hood* of the graft.
Complete thread -- another slow Friday on the old WB...
Complete thread -- Imo, no commas. See explanation.
Complete thread -- Turner syndrome
Complete thread -- The patient is an 11-year-old female with ____ syndrome who developed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- impalement.
Complete thread -- ____ of the right breast implant with pickups resulting in intraoperat ...
Complete thread -- It is a cool name. :)
Complete thread -- nothing specific. i just thought it was a cool id name. haha. i have another hotmail id
Complete thread -- (but you're obviously free to ignore me if you don't feel like sharing) :)
Complete thread -- (I just mean that I know that's not your real name, so I'm curious what's behind it.)