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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
Complete thread -- thank you for helping ...
Complete thread -- sorry, to be
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
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in it after it had been
Complete thread -- Attention was now turned to the left side where the smaller 530 cc siz ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- we had
Complete thread -- A sizer of approximately 575 cc was placed on the right side that was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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
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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 ...
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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.
Complete thread -- post deleted
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.)
Complete thread -- just curious - what does it mean?
Complete thread -- commas correct?
Complete thread -- yeah. i already reported it.
Complete thread -- deleted using ctrl delete now. :-)
Complete thread -- :) You can probably ask bb to delete it if you're worried about being spammed.
Complete thread -- maybe you will get some fan mail :)
Complete thread -- yikes!!! instead of guy, it was autofilled to my email id....
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. not a 2. In fact, the saw that we used to make this cut was only 10 mm to 11 mm
Complete thread -- This was done with rongeurs and curettes. This was ____ dorsal to pla ...
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Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I would think fusion.
Complete thread -- There was no screw placed through the graft *effusion/fusion* site. ...
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Complete thread -- hammock?
Complete thread -- This was 1.4 cc in total of recombinant BMP-2 and an absorbable collag ...
Complete thread -- Q Talking about ICA (internal carotid artery) aneurysm link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's changed his mind to say "This was overlying Mastisol". In other
Complete thread -- #2 TLS
Complete thread -- Wound margins were reinforced with Steri-Strips. ____ Mastisol. A __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 chronOS osteoinductive (see link of google hits)
Complete thread -- #1 back filled (but check to see if it needs a hyphen)
Complete thread -- The graft was not harvested to the medial wall of the calcaneus and wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pried
Complete thread -- The corticocancellous graft was gently ____ from its deeper cancellous ...
Complete thread -- MR angiogram of what? ...left one segment of what? ...I think "left one" or
Complete thread -- Thanks, Poi. Not having total knee, just hip.
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- Thanks for explanation...and all your help all the time.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- reciprocally planed
Complete thread -- Yes, but it is an acronym FLASH (fast low angle shot) (see link of google hits)
Complete thread -- left one segment? sm
Complete thread -- The IMA 1 was reduced, the hallux was dorsiflexed and adducted, and th ...
Complete thread -- T2 flash signal? Unable to document. sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear "no voids at its central aspect"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear no voids
Complete thread -- The TMTJ 1 was noted to have no necrosis, no ____ central aspect. ...
Complete thread -- I hear Hintermann too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #1 Hintermann
Complete thread -- What is the operation?
Complete thread -- #2 needle-nose pliers?
Complete thread -- #2 and these screw fracture remnants were removed using the needlenose pliers
Complete thread -- don't think this makes sense with an AP hip.
Complete thread -- The ____ distractor was applied using two 2.0 mm pins. Distraction wa ...
Complete thread -- is the patient going to have total knee? Check out Maquet view
Complete thread -- Be aware that there is a time gap between current posts and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I googled wildcard phrase of "AP pelvis and * view" and the archive hit was on page 2
Complete thread -- I think he says "was actually extended"
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. How did you find that it was in the archives? I put market view in search
Complete thread -- This was created overlying the previous incision and ____ proximal to ...
Complete thread -- see link for the thread from 7/17
Complete thread -- same question was asked on July 17...they found no "market" ..poi had
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Verified as Tyler Mancil
Complete thread -- s/l market view of the right hip TIA!
Complete thread -- Resident: ____ Mancil, DPM Covington, LA ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also I think he's saying "in the region" (not and)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Pelvic ultrasound
Complete thread -- As we completed the cholecystectomy, gross visualization of the abdomi ...
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Complete thread -- and passage of the contrast into the
Complete thread -- We were able to eventually cannulate the lumen and perform cholangiogr ...
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Complete thread -- Assuming "of the" is correct, then no comma necessary.
Complete thread -- of the
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Screening colonoscopy. POSTOPERATIVE DI ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- And good show! I never even got close.
Complete thread -- That would fit as a symptom of ulcers.
Complete thread -- i m hearing hematochezia.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- correction of my typo- antral region of THE stomach
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- scattered throughout the stomach were multiple ulcerations. The duodendum also...
Complete thread -- The distal esophagus, anterior region of the stomach, and diffusely __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. hearing same.
Complete thread -- sounds like he is saying "medication" or "indication" but then just goes to
Complete thread -- no. posting extending wav. thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't hear preoperative diagnosis at all...is your wav incomplete?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ____. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Duodenal ...
Complete thread -- Xeljanz isn't a biologic,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- down to the anterior abdominal....identified and freed up
Complete thread -- An incision was made in the skin dissecting down the anterior abdomina ...
Complete thread -- cholecystectomy, splenectomy, prostate cancer, _______ thyroid mass.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- clamp, cut, and tie
Complete thread -- Cord lipoma was identified and removed as well with ____ technique. ...
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Complete thread -- during the
Complete thread -- A Babcock was carefully placed towards the tip of the tongue to retrac ...
Complete thread -- that's it!! Thank you :)
Complete thread -- link if needed
Complete thread -- S/L dowel may be dial
Complete thread -- s/l Dowel test? (or Dahl, dall, etc.)
Complete thread -- In addition LB/b k l o l i there were NO POSTS when i started google, see silly kid stuff!
Complete thread -- whenever I play sound files for my daughters, they wonder how I get anything out of it
Complete thread -- glad your daughter hears it too ...haha you're welcome
Complete thread -- My daughter says it could be 'while', so I will use that. Thanks, poi
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes per this google page, first hit describes it as such
Complete thread -- Does quaternary fit here?
Complete thread -- Unless there is a short word whisker in there and he is saying 'under tension?'
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if that's it. I kind of hear 'never' but he would not dictate it this way.
Complete thread -- while under tension?
Complete thread -- NM. Think he's repeating Humira (and then says) or Xeljanz.
Complete thread -- That must be it. Makes more sense. lol Thanks!
Complete thread -- multiple interrupted 5-0 nylon sutures 5:38______under tension.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks a lot! I had Googled * extensor tendon w/o success.
Complete thread -- terminal extensor insertion
Complete thread -- "
Complete thread -- I hear "terminal extensor insertion.
Complete thread -- We will consider a biologic such as either Humira or s/l pew-mir-or-zel-genz. TIA!
Complete thread -- I hear "triple extensor insertion"
Complete thread -- Cross finger flap of injury. Thanks
Complete thread -- I posted new audio. Poor voice file. I already adjusted audio to sound better than it was.
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done?
Complete thread -- ??? point-of-care glucose, point-of-care troponin ???
Complete thread -- any way you can get a clearer audio? this one is really hard to hear
Complete thread -- ??point of care??
Complete thread -- Care was taken to preserve _____ extensor insertion.
Complete thread -- s/l pony care glucose 109; s/l pony care troponin is negative.
Complete thread -- If your client follows BoS2, page 347, it s/b 2.0 to 2.5 (no hyphen) because of the
Complete thread -- oops here's the link
Complete thread -- Note s/b appose (not oppose) (see link for explanation of these and other
Complete thread -- With no context, I figured I might as well suggest anything that resembles it. <shrug>
Complete thread -- i thought of that too, but... ?
Complete thread -- appreciate all for the help. thk u ...
Complete thread -- I do.
Complete thread -- paclitaxel?
Complete thread -- I should never try & help with punctuation and hyphens... I just disagree with a lot of
Complete thread -- thanks so much, this was very helpful
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- any diagnoses to go with these medicines?
Complete thread -- thanks. so it would be "severe, very difficult to manage constipation"?
Complete thread -- ? Timolol eye drops? nm
Complete thread -- Correct. You drop the hyphen because of the adverb "somewhat"
Complete thread -- _________ S/L (packvisel) 200mg daily, _________ S/L (simbolo) eye dro ...
Complete thread -- thanks - so you don't even make it "somewhat well-nourished patient"?
Complete thread -- BoS2 page 93...do not hyphenate compound modifier when using an adverb..their
Complete thread -- ok thks all ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks, I did that
Complete thread -- myxedema?
Complete thread -- perhaps a stutter there?
Complete thread -- I cant find that as a word either, but maybe, IF you are allowed, change it to
Complete thread -- I cant find that as a word either, but maybe, IF you are allowed, change it to
Complete thread -- I choose the first one (very difficult-to-manage)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you both!
Complete thread -- I do PFTs for some pulmonologists that say it one way and some the other.
Complete thread -- severe, very difficult-to-manage constipation? or severe, very-difficult-to-manage co
Complete thread -- I think that both are acceptable. If you hear diffusion clearly, I would leave it.
Complete thread -- Is "capacitant" a word? She says it clearly, but I can't document it.
Complete thread -- I appreciate all the info someone wants to provide :) Thank you!
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: 2+ bilaterally radial artery pulses, no significant ____ ...
Complete thread -- is it diffusing capacity or diffusion capacity? I do not see diffusion capacity in
Complete thread -- If you just can't hear coronary, then flag it...but I'd bet it is coronary.
Complete thread -- I love this one! LOL
Complete thread -- There is ALWAYS context.
Complete thread -- agree - but why is "Complex Repair" capitalized?
Complete thread -- blunt makes sense to me
Complete thread -- I have one that says his Z's like G's, so when he spells a Z he says "G as in Gebra".
Complete thread -- or blunt
Complete thread -- sure thanks all for ur help ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- But there is no context to give. That's the problem. ...
Complete thread -- I had one spell a name for me, and he said "A as in Orange..." thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- agree - don't guess with med names
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- :) I once had a doctor dictating the referring doctor's information, and he accidentally
Complete thread -- I just had one spell "uterine" for me, "u-t-e-r-a-n". They don't get paid to spell
Complete thread -- I'ma bet my money on this one.
Complete thread -- If you are unsure, just flag it.
Complete thread -- I've often joked I don't even trust them to spell their name...
Complete thread -- Its in current medications section. There is no PMH ...
Complete thread -- agree wholeheartedly, which is why I think we need some context to know what it is.
Complete thread -- pop as in perhaps popliteal artery
Complete thread -- In all my years of doing this job, I have learned to NEVER trust a doctor's spelling.
Complete thread -- Do you know what it's being given for? What's in the PMH?
Complete thread -- its been spelled in wav as ariva ...
Complete thread -- sorry for giving too much info. ;) No comma necessary in your example.
Complete thread -- the tobacco lozenge? That's a brand name too.
Complete thread -- sorry, I was just giving 1 example :) I was just needing to know if a comma followed it in
Complete thread -- no isgal, its ariva ...
Complete thread -- At this time, a *behind the knee pop* was cannulated with a micropuncture
Complete thread -- If so, it's a brand name
Complete thread -- Do you mean Arava?
Complete thread -- ariva is generic or brand name drug ...
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- agree with Questyr. Here's an example I just transcribed:
Complete thread -- am not able to hear coronary, i still hear it has coni ...
Complete thread -- am not able to hear coronary, i still hear it has coni ...
Complete thread -- No comma necessary. Also your example about however
Complete thread -- thk u bkloli ...
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: Otherwise noncontributory; filed separately.
Complete thread -- also, should be period after stenting. As such, I will (would like) to...
Complete thread -- Agree with coronary artery stenting.
Complete thread -- you probably caught this typo, but at least should be 2 words - and I agree that coronary
Complete thread -- thk u t, let me check ...
Complete thread -- vak
Complete thread -- aspirin would be singular (not aspirins) - and I don't know about "as we shuffle"?
Complete thread -- am hearing it has "coni artery stenting" but when I google am ...
Complete thread -- Wonder if U R hearing "coronary artery stenting"
Complete thread -- coronary artery something
Complete thread -- Not quite, but that may very well be it. S/l it starts with an M and had the "k" sound in
Complete thread -- As we shuffle that she should remain on Plavix and aspirins for atleas ...
Complete thread -- anyone hear Marquis probe?
Complete thread -- they do use lacrimal probes for anal fistulas too, though.
Complete thread -- yes, this career slows our brain cell degeneration (well...hopefully)
Complete thread -- thank you! That is a great link, I saved it.
Complete thread -- ahhh - okay. i see that too. geez, i'm learning a lot today.
Complete thread -- All I can find for plano as definition is having a flat surface ?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- 1 thing
Complete thread -- ah thanks
Complete thread -- I think plano means no refractive error
Complete thread -- would it help to know that the tract is a perianal fistula tract?
Complete thread -- insertion "PermCath central line" OR "PermCath and central line" two separate things?
Complete thread -- right eye if we can get her closer to a *plano* outcome.
Complete thread -- shucks, thanks you guys for trying!
Complete thread -- me too.. :(
Complete thread -- I was *trying* to hear "lacrimal" or "nasolacrimal" but I can't. All I get is the "ack"
Complete thread -- or maybe mack? sorry!
Complete thread -- I was looking and can't find squat. S/L "mikey" "mackey" ??
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- induration around the sinus tract which was probed using a ____ probe
Complete thread -- We all know who the real helpers are around here. We just gotta ignore the haters.
Complete thread -- I mean really. I get an answer right and this is what I get for it? really?
Complete thread -- actually, she said "waste of engery" (but let's not feed the troll)
Complete thread -- I'm a waste of energy? Well, tell that to everyone that I help. Get off my back.
Complete thread -- For archives - disregard this.
Complete thread -- I don't wanna grow up, I'm a Toys'R Us kid!
Complete thread -- Sorry I missed it, but thanks so much, pie. I'm now convinced pinch-tuck was the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You sure? correct? You three, taco, LB poi are really ....waste of engery doin this stuff
Complete thread -- You serious? Silly. If referring to nm, not my style nor ever feel a need. Silly!
Complete thread -- tks anyway
Complete thread -- unsuccessfully - more like a little fart than thunder.
Complete thread -- No, you didn't post "aorta" - lb did, and she was correct. You were not.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- sorry then, I got nuthin...
Complete thread -- ☂ should have left it alone since you didn't hear the mp3 - now just
Complete thread -- (I think the latter is correct)
Complete thread -- that'd be "tryin'
Complete thread -- geez, someone ryin' to steal my thunder. pfffft.
Complete thread -- pingueculas (or is it pingueculae?)
Complete thread -- s/l pink laculas
Complete thread -- thank you Q, no hyphen
Complete thread -- LOL fighting again taco. I didn't post "aorta" now did I, it was LB
Complete thread -- Note, no hyphen in this term (even if used as compound modifier)
Complete thread -- My goodness taco, why fight? I listened many times & posted what I heard.
Complete thread -- Constipation. Context is just medication list.
Complete thread -- constipation
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- ya think?
Complete thread -- new to me too - I've only heard it used for bladder cancers
Complete thread -- as guess s/l on foss might.... be en-face (shaved margins)
Complete thread -- sometimes i amaze myself (i didnt know this one, but thought "en bloc" and went from there
Complete thread -- ooh - nice one, lb
Complete thread -- if you didn't hear the audio, you couldn't possibly know. It was "aorta".
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- en face
Complete thread -- I believe there are 4 of us who would beg to differ - the word comes after "fill".
Complete thread -- addendum see where OP listed "coronary arteries were dissected free"
Complete thread -- margin that was focally positive at superior and lateral s/l on-foss margins. TIA!
Complete thread -- I do hear a word in there
Complete thread -- Ok, I was just reading up on that. New info for me!
Complete thread -- Yes, it is also used for cancer.
Complete thread -- I was able to confirm 1%. Thanks!
Complete thread -- No, it's used to prevent scar tissue.
Complete thread -- There is NO other little word prior to "It was noted to fill nicely.
Complete thread -- isn't mitomycin for cancer? could he be saying something else?
Complete thread -- any more info? diagnosis? what is the patient being seen for?
Complete thread -- MP3 gone but wonder if the post below belongs to all other card OPs thus, if so,
Complete thread -- "PEG-X"
Complete thread -- See complete sentence (sorry)
Complete thread -- I agree with fill out
Complete thread -- what is the full context of your sentence?
Complete thread -- if I had to pick one, I'd vote for "out" as well (either way means pretty much the same)
Complete thread -- Cannot document 1% mitomycin for vocal cord polyp.
Complete thread -- i 'think' fill out nicely.
Complete thread -- We heard FILL (and we know what it means) it is the little word after - up or out?
Complete thread -- was note to FILL nicely (means the internal mam. artery filled with blood)
Complete thread -- I think i hear "fill out"
Complete thread -- (I guess I should've asked lb what she thinks too since she's helping with these)
Complete thread -- fill up or fill out - what d'ya think, isgal?
Complete thread -- thanks - not sure what is going on
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there
Complete thread -- anastomosis, it was noted to _______ nicely
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- benefit. Without question, I grafted the LAD...
Complete thread -- term benefit without question _____ graft to the LAD in a
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- region, it still was about ...
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- I hear your MP3 from above on this one.
Complete thread -- there ws noted to be good flow. The proximal anastomosis was constructed and the aorta
Complete thread -- still hear old mp3
Complete thread -- the arteries were _______ including
Complete thread -- still hear old wav
Complete thread -- In this region, ______ was about 1.5 mm in size and I felt the target.
Complete thread -- that's hilarious!
Complete thread -- no. sent that.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- physical examination
Complete thread -- I agree with taco
Complete thread -- I think it is "I had serendipitously" (he already had before the culture came back)
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-). new word for me. noting.
Complete thread -- (I used to know how to spell, not sure what happened)
Complete thread -- did you get this one?
Complete thread -- actually, serendipitously - sorry about that
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- surrendipitously
Complete thread -- I did do a culture and it actually came back with methicillin-resistan ...
Complete thread -- no idea about the place. California may be but not sure
Complete thread -- The patient has been cared for ____ regional medical center wound care ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- related me a
Complete thread -- She comes in with an open wound to her leg. The patient ____ long sto ...
Complete thread -- thk u wag for your time ...
Complete thread -- or if they worsen?
Complete thread -- not a hint of a smile in her voice, but who knows what she's thinking
Complete thread -- thk u wag ...
Complete thread -- am not able to get the next word The patient will follow up if ...
Complete thread -- I don't hear the wav
Complete thread -- don't resolve _____
Complete thread -- Guess doc is trying to be funny. He succeeds, especially with last sentence. :)
Complete thread -- Assessment section
Complete thread -- reverse drawer
Complete thread -- The patient was considered for arthroscopic management ____ impingemen ...
Complete thread -- I just searched "interaction of iron and doxycycline"
Complete thread -- how did you think of that?
Complete thread -- bind
Complete thread -- We checked drug interactions. It does interact with iron. She was to ...
Complete thread -- The tibial tunnel was drilled to be a size 9 in conjunction with the f ...
Complete thread -- to Q: pinchtuck again. on MP3 board now
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2 - nominal?
Complete thread -- 1 - in the medial.
Complete thread -- 6. Lateral compartment: Red-white zone tear of the lateral posterior ...
Complete thread -- This is a first. FAMILY HISTORY: Positive for heart issues in her mother's family
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nasolabial creases go,
Complete thread -- As far as her nasolabial crease ____ Juvederm would be the best treatm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- stave off
Complete thread -- If she gets the elevation she desires then she could ____ a brow lift ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- gross free
Complete thread -- The mammogram also noted some irregularity in the contour of the right ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in these implants that are older.
Complete thread -- If she does have calcification which the mammogram detected, it must b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- These are changes I think should be made -
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 "poke hole anterosuperiorly" (he says anterior superiorly)
Complete thread -- Therefore, we felt like it would be beneficial ____ biceps tendon sutu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #2
Complete thread -- #3
Complete thread -- to retract
Complete thread -- We then, to minimize her pain as we discussed with her earlier, did place a"
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "and tacking ?it down very well."
Complete thread -- #3 I think I hear "that that's all she wanted."
Complete thread -- I felt that she probably would benefit from repair here but she did ha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- # 2 I think I hear "position. I felt that we had enough inferior closure"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "next anchor or so up"
Complete thread -- 1st blank - next anchor OR so. 3rd - that is all she wanted?
Complete thread -- Based on research below, this might be "pinch of"
Complete thread -- I see the pinch-tuck in your link, but it also shows "pinch of" in there...as I
Complete thread -- A portion of the ____ anchor are so up from the previous repair was in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- could use some commas in there too, before the "getting"s
Complete thread -- For #1 I think I hear "a good pinched up capsule"
Complete thread -- pinchtuck of ... putting 1 anchor at about the 7 to 7:30 ... pinchtuck
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I switched portals from the anterior portal to the posterior portal an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- electrocautery of all frayed tissue. We then started in the back,...
Complete thread -- I think I hear:
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. rest of the sentence correct?
Complete thread -- 1. throughout the shoulder
Complete thread -- #2 then started in the back, placing
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- :-) Sometimes we need that
Complete thread -- I hear "these sutures, counting, I believe, 3 of them"...can't give more
Complete thread -- We debrided the ____ using the shaver and electrocautery ____ back pla ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bodies, here....I believe 3 of them, one of them was actually not loose
Complete thread -- The patient had a standard diagnostic arthroscopy first by establishin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "well; much less degree posterior instability ?on the left."
Complete thread -- She was examined under anesthesia and found to have some mechanical sy ...
Complete thread -- I couldn't tell you how I found it because it was just dumb luck.
Complete thread -- Wow! So fast. TYSM! I found all the other labs, just couldn't get this one, but
Complete thread -- vimentin (see link for various google results) (I did not check any of your other
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The tumor is positive for s/l vent-uh-min and CD99. TIA!
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and the shortcomings of a surgery such as this."
Complete thread -- OCD Momma = Comma Momma = pie = m e j e c d
Complete thread -- I explained to her the risks, the benefits, the rehabilitation, and __ ...
Complete thread -- And since he's making corrections, I would remove the "her" b4 mechanical
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I'd put a period after symptoms and start new sentence with "Did". I don't
Complete thread -- Thanks and thanks for the search tip!
Complete thread -- The patient is a 72-year-old female with history of right-sided knee * ...
Complete thread -- pyridostigmine...found using drugs.com wildcard search *ostigmine used for
Complete thread -- s/l her-ed-oh-sig-mean 60 mg 3 times a day. TIA!
Complete thread -- or even "et al."
Complete thread -- fluff to t, et. al
Complete thread -- fluff to pie(&friends-only-pls)
Complete thread -- I'd never even heard of a "solidus" before. Apparently it's a bit slantier than a slash.
Complete thread -- awesome, I'll take it. tyvm (in the totally non-facetious sense) :)
Complete thread -- rofl...Virgule Mary..I like that.
Complete thread -- bwahaha
Complete thread -- I'm thinking of some new names... (fluff to pie & poi and others with a sense of humor)
Complete thread -- At my age, I am glad I can still be some kind of slut :)
Complete thread -- thanks Q -I should've said I wasn't sure on the B/balm - hope it's not too late for OP!
Complete thread -- I did not assume anything Darlene and I said that in my post. You should
Complete thread -- hah, "non-" sluts. thanks for the LOL, t.
Complete thread -- I confirmed trademark still live...Tiger Balm
Complete thread -- ☂ such sticking your nose in where it doesn't belongness.
Complete thread -- (Oregon Tobacco Quit Line is what it's called)
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I googled it, and "hotline" isn't a part of the name but "Quit" is, so... Oregon Quit
Complete thread -- what's the context?
Complete thread -- Tiger balm?
Complete thread -- s/l teg-uh-balm applied to the neck and shoulders three times a day. TIA!
Complete thread -- cesarean section with s/l jaying at left side of incision.
Complete thread -- Oregon Quit hotline or Oregon Quit Hotline (number for help to quit smoking)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much - was going to have to send to QA as no
Complete thread -- Yeah! Doing a Snoopy dance! (see link for Snoopy dancing)
Complete thread -- RxList info on Folvite says it is no longer available in US
Complete thread -- You are absolutely right! Sm
Complete thread -- wondering if Folvite....
Complete thread -- ???Dialyvite??
Complete thread -- Medication s/l "valovite" sm
Complete thread -- WB civility plz zz "No offense to you Q" Rolling eyes. Such kindness poi & T
Complete thread -- U should not assume all know how to google, or U speak for everybody/anybody
Complete thread -- I have one that says nonsmoker, nonalcoholic. burns my butt.
Complete thread -- doesn't matter, left or right, adnexa is still always plural (but not pleural)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- wav already gone, didn't we already have this Ques. Brachytherapy? & Armidex
Complete thread -- true adnexa pleural, but in this particular text, indicated "left" adnexa was
Complete thread -- "Carry on" Q aka Questyr, I "know" your heart is in the right place. sm
Complete thread -- agree ....papule may be pedunculated, sessile, or filiform
Complete thread -- I had one this a.m. that started out: "The patient is a kidney."
Complete thread -- OP think UR correct due to mention of blebectomy, prob "coining" his own term
Complete thread -- (i googled filiform papule)
Complete thread -- WAG: filiform?
Complete thread -- 1. Several small resolving inflammatory ___ papules on each cheek. ...
Complete thread -- thanks so much guys!
Complete thread -- He will see you for suture removal since he is violent. (since he lives in Vineland)
Complete thread -- I was hoping he said bullous,but he did not. I think his mind was on blebs being he says
Complete thread -- D _ _ _, trying again.
Complete thread -- Link didn't work. Here's the google source to the link...click on the 1st hit
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Tho U say he speaks well, I find I'm thinking about "bullous" because
Complete thread -- Ughhh. I hate those "non-" sluts...
Complete thread -- or just pain bleb disease. He's trying to make an adjective out of it I think?
Complete thread -- blebs disease googles better...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion about describing my link a bit b4
Complete thread -- blebous disease? physician speaks clearly. No slang is allowed, unsure if acceptable
Complete thread -- and tendon creep googles well too.
Complete thread -- I hear creep
Complete thread -- See above mp3 thread
Complete thread -- No. Use their Search Box and type in "creep"...go to 2nd click
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "creep". See link about ligaments and tendons, click
Complete thread -- to clarify a bit more: It's all part of a package of "He is a nonsmoker, nondrinker,
Complete thread -- (oops, Enter) reminds me of one I have who says: He is a nonrecreational drug user.
Complete thread -- The graft was maintained on 12 pounds of traction to release _____ from the tendon
Complete thread -- tangent:
Complete thread -- left adnexa WERE exposed, not WAS
Complete thread -- Q...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- at first, I thought irregularity to - but I think whatever it is it starts with S.
Complete thread -- Yes. (found the comment on googling, but couldn't open article for link)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you both!
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- not quite sure yet, but it is: abutting the (not to the)
Complete thread -- From QLink (aka Questyr, aka Q) to any interested in my reasoning for giving links
Complete thread -- size with irregular ______ surrounding tissue edges
Complete thread -- Sound seems to cut out there, I'm not sure anyone can get it.
Complete thread -- I've had a few say it that way, I leave it. he may drink, just not "abuse" it. ?
Complete thread -- Bone density scan, review in six months ____ Arimidex.
Complete thread -- I don't like the structure either, but I'd probably leave it alone.
Complete thread -- Skip my answer please.
Complete thread -- crick?
Complete thread -- The patient is a pack-a-day smoker. He denies alcohol or recreational ...
Complete thread -- maintained on 12 pounds of traction to release *creek* from the
Complete thread -- performed at this time due to tight *A-frame* configuration and for visualization
Complete thread -- I do hear CVA
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I was thinking CVA but can't quite hear it. Maybe plural "TIAs" (to account for /s/ sound)
Complete thread -- that sounds better than my guess, but wav is gone so I can't relisten
Complete thread -- seizure? CVA? (not sure)
Complete thread -- anyone hear "as she sits at the moment"
Complete thread -- no history of acute rheumatic fever, TIA, _____ or claudication
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- I'm late to the party, but trust those ears who heard bladder (very very very often heard)
Complete thread -- and now she states at the moment that a mastectomy... (?)
Complete thread -- and then she said that at the moment??
Complete thread -- I didnt get much more than you other than 2 words "at the" moment
Complete thread -- but I did not guarantee this to her and ____ moment then a mastectomy would be the mo
Complete thread -- I won't insult the OP by suggesting she/he doesn't know how to google something
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- omg..you did it anyway. What in the world does a link have to do with
Complete thread -- I only meant the OP made a transcription error - he clearly dictates "bladder outlet"
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- I only take exception to your statement of "bilateral error" ...as it
Complete thread -- you are hearing it out of order and the OP did have it right except as noted above.
Complete thread -- alpha blockade (and it is "bladder outlet" obstruction, not "bilateral")
Complete thread -- typo s/b "was care" not "what care"
Complete thread -- The reason I put "think" what "care" was fuzzy...but alpha blockade makes more sense to me
Complete thread -- Its up to U, OP....I still hear "bilateral"...even if I'm disagreeing with 2 sets of good
Complete thread -- I'm hearing it as "failing alpha blockade" - anybody else hear it that way?
Complete thread -- I agree with poi. I also hear bladder outlet obstruction...
Complete thread -- typo...I meant Greenlight laser prostatectomy
Complete thread -- I think the OP got it right and I hear "brought for GreenLight prostatectomy". What do U
Complete thread -- I was going on what I heard, not what was possible...and I would have
Complete thread -- I was going to provide a link, but thought you'd laugh at me. ;)
Complete thread -- failing alpha blocker _____ prophalactic ___prostatectomy to the extent general a
Complete thread -- It is possible to have bilateral obstructive (uropathy) from an enlarged prostate
Complete thread -- could he be saying bladder outlet obstruction (not bilateral)?
Complete thread -- oops...compound adjective alpha-blocker care
Complete thread -- I think I hear "alpha blocker care", he was brought"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Do you have a normal template maybe. Says something like "follow the dictation"
Complete thread -- failing _____, was brought for GreenLight laser prostatectomy.
Complete thread -- review the full dictation??...after they were done, the appendix...
Complete thread -- At that point in time, ________. The appendix was evaluated.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yeah, I could buy that too, and even if it were just EBL, you'd spell it out for a heading
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- this cornu was covered; the left adnexa involved scar tissue and inflammation
Complete thread -- I can hear fiberoptic now. Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- I hear estimated blood loss (said really fast) minimal/minimum
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear the same - maybe "left colon"
Complete thread -- EBL minimum?
Complete thread -- The _?___colon was covering the (not sure if there is a word before colon)
Complete thread -- found this flexible fiberoptic endoscope.
Complete thread -- can you hear "fiberoptic" instead?
Complete thread -- the left adnexa was exposed. _______ left adnexa and the scar tissue
Complete thread -- Left cyst and appendix, _______.
Complete thread -- The hypopharyngeal tumor had reversed in the oral cavity.
Complete thread -- I also hear "improvement" and also "in remission since that time"
Complete thread -- I saw the same thing but since it didnt seem to fit, I didnt suggest it.
Complete thread -- Sounds like he's under water. I can't get anything, do hear 'improvement' somewhere in
Complete thread -- I suggested WavePad, which has worked out great for guy for some .dss conversion issues
Complete thread -- I hear it now, but oh my goodness, you need to do somethig about how you record
Complete thread -- I don't hear the wav
Complete thread -- This is a 74-year-old male who came for the evaluation and treatment o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2. for the ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thanks. posted mp3.
Complete thread -- #1 flattening
Complete thread -- We made a second portal line and lateral and through this, performed a ...
Complete thread -- or convert to MP3, I guess. please label with "guy" too.
Complete thread -- guy, just overwrite this and put yours back up.
Complete thread -- I don't hear either of your wavs there - I hear something completely different
Complete thread -- I don't hear either of your wavs there - I hear something completely different
Complete thread -- I don't hear either of your wavs there - I hear something completely different
Complete thread -- u just posted over my wav. anyway.
Complete thread -- line and lateral?
Complete thread -- 3. L dorsal hand: __ mm ____ and hyperpigmented macule with V.P. and I ...
Complete thread -- So, I then entered the subacromial space through the same posterior po ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mostly on the dorsal? side
Complete thread -- Normal glenohumeral joint, stable biceps anchor, a partial-thickness r ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- looked, not look
Complete thread -- I look at the ___
Complete thread -- it is filling port. thanks.
Complete thread -- We put a 500 cc implant in. I filled it to 525 cc to the right side a ...
Complete thread -- wav isn't up anymore, but you're probably right
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I discussed things? this? with the
Complete thread -- The capsule was incised and then I removed the implant. Left side was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- agree, but I'm hearing filling port
Complete thread -- where the stopper? had gone into the implant at the saline port
Complete thread -- The patient had implant that was 600 cc that was ruptured. It was rup ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- however, did not have an unstable
Complete thread -- The patient had a small tear of the middle aspect of the medial menisc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- arthroscopic knotS
Complete thread -- The patient prior to this had decortication of the greater tuberosity ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody.
Complete thread -- also: this point *in* time, I am ... the risks are small
Complete thread -- I am very comfortable that this fracture...There is still the possibility of this
Complete thread -- This patient will still need to be nonweightbearing for at least the n ...
Complete thread -- neuro"spine" specialiaty as opposed, say, neuro (brain disorders)
Complete thread -- found this technique is to give bursts of radiation sm link
Complete thread -- and particularly some greasy meal, I heard
Complete thread -- thanks for the input.. but i sent the report already.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Tyvm billybob... I was thinking of a particular place in the Dominican Republic.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- imipramine.
Complete thread -- I'm still hearing the old WAV
Complete thread -- I was just wondering the same thing myself.
Complete thread -- She is on ____ 25 mg q.d., Cozaar once a day ...
Complete thread -- intrinsic minus foot.
Complete thread -- I only heard briefly once. could it have been full neck exploration?
Complete thread -- some greasy meal.
Complete thread -- The patient has intrinsic s/l uh-my-us appearing feet.
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- another mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Could U possibly be hearing "partial breast radiation with 3D conformal etc" ???
Complete thread -- Ty billybob. I think he is trying to say something before "full neck extension" so i will
Complete thread -- did he say something before "full neck extension"?
Complete thread -- ...full neck extension
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Patient might be a candidate for a s/l pressure burst of radiation with TIA!
Complete thread -- Ooooh, I like this!
Complete thread -- As well?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "of fluid"????
Complete thread -- just curious...what does that have to do with therapy after MVA?
Complete thread -- Patient has sepsis and likely acidosis s/l of fool. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- oops sections headed Teaching Points and Management
Complete thread -- see link...section headed teaching points
Complete thread -- Could he be saying inflammatory vasculopathy?
Complete thread -- other potential conditions such as inflammatory s/l vas-kill-uh-take with CSF TIA!
Complete thread -- Oops, is see there was a "disregard"
Complete thread -- If, as 't' said, it is "for bleeding and buzzing" or "for bleeding and
Complete thread -- Q, I dont think that was the OP - I think that is another helper.
Complete thread -- Thank you, that's it! nm
Complete thread -- Muro?
Complete thread -- eye surgery, s/l neuro ointment sm
Complete thread -- ah, I was being too windy again.
Complete thread -- I'd think they inspected the fossa "for" bleeding, and...
Complete thread -- thank you, I'm going for it!! it's clear. :)
Complete thread -- please disregard (flagged and sent)
Complete thread -- ESL, s/l bleeding and buzzing sm
Complete thread -- I don't think so. When I google cervical surgery incinsion with
Complete thread -- that'd definitely be a new one for me - never heard of it, and since they're working on C5
Complete thread -- Not exactly. It googles as a place name, not so much as a word.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- okay thank you. Yes, when I googled, I only came up with facilities named that, but was
Complete thread -- agree and googles well
Complete thread -- a lot of states seem to have places called "NeuroSpine" center, institute, etc....
Complete thread -- I would do it as you show it if he said it. JMO
Complete thread -- neurospine? is that how you would type this or is that slang or?
Complete thread -- could it possibly be "placed in plastic protection"?
Complete thread -- facet hypertrophy
Complete thread -- IMAGING: MRI of the lumbar spine seems to suggest right foraminal sten ...
Complete thread -- s/l nephral might be ? (since kidney dis) Nephro(-Vite) sm
Complete thread -- med s/l nephral
Complete thread -- Okay, I hear something ending in "exion" ??
Complete thread -- Sound a bit fuzzy for me, but I hear "uction" in there tho sm
Complete thread -- wav gone, wanna repost, there are a number of dopamine agonists
Complete thread -- DRG table for therapy-=diagnosis related group (a form to recovered costs based on Dx
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you Questyr!!!
Complete thread -- I think he saying "extension"
Complete thread -- The neck was placed in slight _______
Complete thread -- brachytherapy
Complete thread -- Planned treatment ____ and Arimidex.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying, flagging
Complete thread -- Status post mva using DRG table for therapy- what is that?
Complete thread -- I gave it a couple listens. Can't get it, sorry.
Complete thread -- help, anyone! Please! any guesses?
Complete thread -- yep, me. i HAD to look. I just HAD to.
Complete thread -- You have tried ____ dopamine agonists briefly with no improveme
Complete thread -- actually - I just googled it, and apparently "non-severe" is non-weird. Sorry.
Complete thread -- another possibility is "known" severe reflux esophagitis, if they did indeed know about it
Complete thread -- If clear, I'd go as dictated, dictator word style
Complete thread -- it's not ulcerative, I re-listened, but thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds weird to me. Can you hear "nonulcerative" instead of non-severe?
Complete thread -- non-severe reflux esophagitis?
Complete thread -- is that you, LB? I knew if I said that, you'd look. Hahaha.
Complete thread -- and I had to look since you said that...
Complete thread -- I use 20/40- (SM)
Complete thread -- thanks, that's what I did
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Wow. I googled the word "overtied" to check if it's one word and got some nasty hits!
Complete thread -- were either cauteried (cauterized) or overtied.
Complete thread -- were either cauteried or overtied (I'd put "cauteriZed" even though he says "cauteried")
Complete thread -- atlas is C1
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Gastrointestinal stromal tumor ...
Complete thread -- It was released inferior, medial, and laterally to accommodate the imp ...
Complete thread -- maybe 2-3 grafts?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- me too but not sure that makes sense
Complete thread -- Best corrected 20/40 "minus" OS. 20/40- OR 20/40 minus
Complete thread -- I'd say Dosepak since we're still talking about the Medrol, right?
Complete thread -- or echocardiogram, so will be discharged...
Complete thread -- I hear "2 out of 3 grafts" (?)
Complete thread -- refused AICD or _________. Discharged in stable condition.
Complete thread -- bladder tumour. EF 25%, ________, AICD placement, moderate aortic
Complete thread -- Is the 2nd Dosepak (in parenthesis) okay as is? Or dose pack?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- the summer of
Complete thread -- She does not have a history of sleep apnea. Her last mammogram was in ...
Complete thread -- She does not have a history of sleep apnea. Her last mammogram was in ...
Complete thread -- yay, WavePad!! :)
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- 2. others are not
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- plethora of wrinkleS (can't hear, but would be plural for plethora)
Complete thread -- plethora of ... #2 not there, cut off
Complete thread -- There is some mild erythema in the scars but there is no significant c ...
Complete thread -- good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Good night/good morning. Don't work too hard.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- and 9 days (he actually says 9 day)
Complete thread -- She then had insertion of bilateral silicone gel implants, style 15, 7 ...
Complete thread -- Ah. Can't say I hear it, but glad you solved it.
Complete thread -- i think it is left wrist, radial aspect (there is no with in there)
Complete thread -- I thought he might be saying "with loss of grip"...except I seem to hear an "x" at the
Complete thread -- That doesn't make sense. "pain in the left wrist with radial aspect" ??
Complete thread -- got it!! - radial aspect
Complete thread -- You have my total sympathy.
Complete thread -- at least i know this doctor is not my bad work, but he is really hard
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Nope.
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: Pain in the left wrist with ___.
Complete thread -- I would think "it simulates a better"...meaning when the
Complete thread -- When elevating the implant superiorly and when tightening the lower po ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- If it should come
Complete thread -- MTStars posted Stedman's shows it as gastroc-soleus .
Complete thread -- Examination today reveals that her incisions are healing well througho ...
Complete thread -- I'm still batting zero with your blank, however.
Complete thread -- There is a problem...there is a gastrocnemius and a soleus...and there
Complete thread -- IMAGING: MRI of the left foot shows peritendinitis of the ___. MR ...
Complete thread -- i can't hear to that.
Complete thread -- Is he saying "of his skin" ????
Complete thread -- goiing crazy
Complete thread -- I'm afraid I'm still no help. Sorry.
Complete thread -- thanks for last one
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Non-surgical and surgical treatment options were discussed with the pa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Renue Surgery Center? (RSC) Georgia
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. it is correct
Complete thread -- What is location? I can try to possibly confirm.
Complete thread -- I hear "RSC" ...which could be the initials for a specific surgery center
Complete thread -- This could be done under monitored anesthesia care in the ____ as an o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- is it correct?
Complete thread -- ah, a better alternative. thanks, all.
Complete thread -- I don't think he is saying adherent, but that is what he meant to say :)
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "adherent"
Complete thread -- adhesed vs. adhered? PROCEDURES: Laparoscopy, lysis of adhesions, etc.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- apparently drumhead is one word per OneLook
Complete thread -- in the posterior and central area of the drum head
Complete thread -- correction"in the posterior and central area of the drum head with"
Complete thread -- I hear "posterior in the central area of the drum head with"
Complete thread -- This 43-year-old male was admitted with recurrent and persistent perfo ...
Complete thread -- I'm gonna do a Snoopy dance for that one! (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot - I hear paraophthalmic clearly
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Apparently google offers paraophthalmic...so go with what you hear
Complete thread -- I hear "the flap in the joint. It actually looked like it had caused some" (I'm not
Complete thread -- Really a WAG...could he be saying "box-shaped"
Complete thread -- I'm still checking your s/l
Complete thread -- correction (I think) OneLook indicates it s/b periophthalmic
Complete thread -- thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, I needed to take this whole anterior portion and to con ...
Complete thread -- correction: at North Shore etc (not and)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear #1"___ I was able to slide by" #2 root here
Complete thread -- s/l *boxshit* paraophthalmic region aneurysm
Complete thread -- ___ chondroplasty was done here in the patellofemoral compartment. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "_____________ with a slight plica." (also think it s/b 3-4 since it is a range)
Complete thread -- Once we entered into the joint, we went medially and found to have sig ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- synovitis, difficult to get in the lateral compartment here only to
Complete thread -- The patient had again standard anterolateral and anteromedial portal c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- between
Complete thread -- I explained to her the risks, benefits, and rehabilitation ____ arthro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- possible left lateral
Complete thread -- possible ?
Complete thread -- possible
Complete thread -- Left knee medial meniscus tear, ____ lateral meniscus tear, and osteoa ...
Complete thread -- Ty Q.
Complete thread -- See link, 5th verb definition
Complete thread -- Yes, teased.
Complete thread -- another mp3 uploaded. same procedure below.
Complete thread -- you beat me to it, 7. I suggest V'd based on the construction "t'd off"
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers. I will go with taco's "V'd"
Complete thread -- I hear V'd as well (made a V-shaped incision, I suppose)
Complete thread -- Referring to a "V" incision. (Don' t know how you'd transcribe that. ? "V-d" ?
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Oh gosh, sorry Taco. I was responding to nm's assessment.
Complete thread -- I'm not going to check out any ingredient list because I don't give a cheezwhiz.
Complete thread -- The original product was a wonderful cheese spread. Check out the 27 ingredients listed on
Complete thread -- Agreed; my 'dyssynchronous' guess might even be umbrella-worthy in the given context.
Complete thread -- Listen for decreased (as bk suggested)
Complete thread -- Ejection fraction cannot be synchronous, dyssynchronous, or circuitous
Complete thread -- What is patient's story. Reason is because I think I'm
Complete thread -- Limit activity, number of sprints, and repetitive movements so that he ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- typo...Dick's (I was using Dix-Hallpike spelling, sorry)
Complete thread -- Wonder if I'm hearing "from Dix as well as Tommie Copper brace etc"
Complete thread -- He was recommended over-the-counter braces, specifically ___as well as ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- found it for you. a mock cycle with estrogen priming for mid-cycle
Complete thread -- or, cc cree ous may be "synchronous" (dysynchronous not fit contect don't believe)
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, all. It is a mock embryo estrogen-primed cycle, although can't verify.
Complete thread -- agree, plese post final word for us
Complete thread -- a guess s/l secreious may be ?? circuitous (meandering,tortuous
Complete thread -- Good one, but... does the patient have AFib?
Complete thread -- okay, I think he is misprouncing something, I am not sure what.
Complete thread -- dyssynchronous? (the /d/ sound comes from milD)
Complete thread -- If you get it, please come back & lemme know what it was. This one stumped me.
Complete thread -- sorry, then. I got nuthin.
Complete thread -- No, definitely cee-cree-ous
Complete thread -- very late, but wonder if slide bevel was "slight" bevel.
Complete thread -- mildly increased? mildly decreased? reduced?
Complete thread -- s/l secreious global LVEF
Complete thread -- holy cannoli can you not break that up into a few sentences...that's one huge long
Complete thread -- also was easily googled by looking up boring biopsy.
Complete thread -- yes, boring biopsy "endoscopic boring biopsy," sm
Complete thread -- Patient with dysphagia (ESL doc)...
Complete thread -- Why don't you eat what you like and leave the cheezwhiz eaters alone.
Complete thread -- GMO tainted processed crapola. Avoid all Kraft Foods products.
Complete thread -- me too, but on a cracker, not smeared all over a WB thread.
Complete thread -- Urban Dictionary calls shoosh a variation of shoo, so I guess it's still considered
Complete thread -- i happen to actually like cheezwhiz. :)
Complete thread -- Thank pie - she was the one who originally posted it. Hope it works for you
Complete thread -- Though she labels it as abbreviations, her context is for use as expanders...and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot, isgal!
Complete thread -- I didn't check your link, but those look like autocorrect shortcuts more than real
Complete thread -- This person's MTDaily abbreviation list shows MEPE=menstrual period and MEPES=menstrual
Complete thread -- can you give us the context/full sentence?
Complete thread -- I'm not finding it, sorry. Are you sure that's what was dictated?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I heard tiny also. That must be it then. Thanks so much for confirming!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. May I ask what kind of add-on, please?
Complete thread -- I'm using broken headphones and can only hear with one ear, so maybe it's on my end. In
Complete thread -- I agree with "tiny" and it sounds pretty clear on my end.
Complete thread -- Does anyone know what a MEEP cycle is, pertaining to fertility?
Complete thread -- I upgraded to Windows 10 and use FF with an add-on to open this site in IE. That's the
Complete thread -- I hear tiny, but the audio is not clear so it's hard to be sure
Complete thread -- I am unable to listen to wav files since upgrading to windows 10. Does anybody
Complete thread -- a minimal amount of ____ mesenteric adenopathy.
Complete thread -- Oh, I get it now - yeah, those kind of calluses are not what we're talking about here.
Complete thread -- ok, I'm glad you're not 'nm' who started this part of the thread.
Complete thread -- Never mind. Was able to hear it this time as well.
Complete thread -- I finally heard the same. Thanks guys. ONe more wav above, please
Complete thread -- oh, i also don't use nm... too many peeps hide behind that one.
Complete thread -- and I also did not post the umbrella ella ella ella
Complete thread -- or maybe, "though not entirely classic" - I can't tell, maybe wait for another ear.
Complete thread -- i'm not neener neener, but i'm the others.. LOL
Complete thread -- are not entirely classic
Complete thread -- and her symptoms __________ classic, increasing significantly her risks of surgery.
Complete thread -- I wish you would use the same moniker throughout the thread.
Complete thread -- what text? The OP misheard!! The man says "early" NOT "knee".
Complete thread -- neener-neener
Complete thread -- I know what bone callus is and yes, seen on x-ray.
Complete thread -- My comment was regarding the text on the "knee callus formation"
Complete thread -- The callus like you get on your hands, knees, and feet (from hard work)...
Complete thread -- ☂ - I give up.
Complete thread -- can seen callus formation on x-ray. a follow up radiograph clearly marks callus formation
Complete thread -- I don't get it. What kind of callus wouldn't be seen on x-ray?
Complete thread -- LOL - and that kinda callus wouldn't be on an x-ray I would think.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- That was what I thought as well. Thank you.
Complete thread -- way out guess Allergic reactions to stinging ants important cause of anaphylaxis
Complete thread -- it might make sense, but "early callus formation" is what the man said.
Complete thread -- There is an allergy to ants, but it seems out of place in the middle of all those meds.
Complete thread -- aw good, glad, MTs are" expected" to be 100% perfect, 100% of time. Terrible burden
Complete thread -- No, not a biggy. It was "shooshing" and I used it. I didn't stress it.
Complete thread -- duplicate post from above
Complete thread -- List of allergies:
Complete thread -- knee callus formation (of course makes sense)
Complete thread -- swooshing=movement or your choice " shoosh" Not a biggy to me, don't stress it"
Complete thread -- ? vascular clamp, vessel clamp." venotomy was made IN the artery"
Complete thread -- The patient was *shooshing* a praying mantis of her house...
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- steel clamp?
Complete thread -- Or you could try Windows Live Movie Maker?
Complete thread -- s/l vestila clamp
Complete thread -- blank #1 - middle third... of the left lower extremity... #3 at the fracture site?
Complete thread -- you recorded through your speakers with Sound Recorder, though, right?
Complete thread -- this was done with sound recorder and is a wav file. original was
Complete thread -- only thing I got was "early callus formation" (not "knee callus") -not even your question
Complete thread -- what kind of files? also your operating system can affect.
Complete thread -- what program do you use to clip?
Complete thread -- I tried too but can hardly make out a word. If the original audio is this garbled, I give
Complete thread -- Are you recording through your speakers? I'm sorry, I've tried, including adjusting my
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 50-year-old female who has had chronic sinusitis ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- under the malleus, over the
Complete thread -- The prosthesis was then inserted between the head of the stapes and __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- somewhat
Complete thread -- The operating microscope was brought into the field and used throughou ...
Complete thread -- woot! fishing lesson worth the effort. :)
Complete thread -- nice way to find doctors. will use this method in future. Thanks
Complete thread -- I found it the same way. Very awesome doc search
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Donald Stoddard ? (see link)
Complete thread -- I found this in Roseburg, OR
Complete thread -- cc: Donald ____ Eugene, OR ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- 3 blanks
Complete thread -- test
Complete thread -- Adson's
Complete thread -- She has maximized nonsurgical treatment ____ debilitating and presents ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ligamentous action test and drawer test are negative in the right knee
Complete thread -- reverse
Complete thread -- MRI of the right shoulder seems to suggest a rotator cuff tear with a ...
Complete thread -- She denies any bowel or bladder incontinence, fever, chills...
Complete thread -- its ok. will have to pass this file for second level. too much blanks ahead.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- maybe -She complains about her neck region being sensitive
Complete thread -- Part of the beginning is cut off. Can you give us more of the beginning?
Complete thread -- in the beginning m heraing She complained that her ____ neck region being sensitive
Complete thread -- Maybe poi is right about "or"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I just hear "gallbladder, chronic fever, etc"
Complete thread -- last one..see the results below?
Complete thread -- medication, which she gets over the counter. ....gallbladder or chronic
Complete thread -- I hear "medication which she takes over-the-counter."
Complete thread -- ____ Her pain is alleviated by rest and medication. ____. She denies ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear as well as touching the neck.
Complete thread -- Her pain is constant and is worse during the day and in the morning. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has been treated with a physical...worse than it is in her back
Complete thread -- She was rear-ended at the time of the accident and at the time sustain ...
Complete thread -- Sorry. Can't discriminate the month or date.
Complete thread -- December 11, *1974*?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing 1994
Complete thread -- I can't make out the month and date, but I hear 1974..so if it
Complete thread -- what DOB are you hearing? wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Also I hear 40-year-old male as well
Complete thread -- treated
Complete thread -- #1 pain management office _____ for back pain
Complete thread -- Since the time of this accident, he was ____ with conservative treatme ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- #2 He told me
Complete thread -- The patient is a *40*-year-old male who has been referred to my ____ f ...
Complete thread -- whatcha talking bout
Complete thread -- "my guess" is the brilliant one. just a coat-tail rider here. :)
Complete thread -- When I clicked on the first hit (Neurosurgery Timeline) it
Complete thread -- I'm not sure...but I'm finding something called WebADS which
Complete thread -- Also what is shown doesn't quite make sense...I would think he
Complete thread -- could be - SM (but don't quote me LOL)
Complete thread -- I then placed a 1.3 mm s/l*lattice* plate over the dorsal aspect of the bone
Complete thread -- ABS would fit then.
Complete thread -- I hear something about a normal rate and ... (i dont hear misery)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- discovered that some deficit? of
Complete thread -- She was playing in a field hockey scrimmage when she was tripped and h ...
Complete thread -- found it: Vimentin Thx
Complete thread -- ? Spells: vrmentin ? Not clear, tho
Complete thread -- residency program for neurosurgery
Complete thread -- ty - you are brilliant. would never have got it.
Complete thread -- ah, good one! maybe even: syllabus or syllabi (hard to tell if OP's s/l is either or both)
Complete thread -- OP posted the answer below
Complete thread -- ABS American Board of Surgery (it'd be proposed by the way)
Complete thread -- What subject is being discussed?
Complete thread -- syllabus
Complete thread -- patient is unable to attend school. he will obtain s/l cellbox or cellbyte
Complete thread -- would this be ADS or ABS
Complete thread -- wonder if a stumble, started I,M, then changed to IV (drip/infusion)
Complete thread -- s/l inguinal mass might be lingular mass
Complete thread -- Wonder if he was saying "node" ????
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Finally got to the end and went back and relistened
Complete thread -- parenchymal?
Complete thread -- looks like all the trademarks are dead on it
Complete thread -- patient has a new s/l fine inguinal mass within the right middle lobe of the lung TIA
Complete thread -- Either like that or 3/4 but not 0.75. If you're asking what BOS recommends, I can't say.
Complete thread -- three-quarters of a Carpule (brand name) JMHO
Complete thread -- Thanks, I agree. Even if you know it's okay to post, it's easier to upload a new one
Complete thread -- NM. I think that may be right as pt also has portal HTN. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The patient's pancytopenia may be due to current blood s/l velocity. TIA!
Complete thread -- I gave her approximately "three-quarters" of a carpule of 3% Carbocaine. How to do SM
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- If they're not deleted, though, someone who wants to post a new
Complete thread -- Patient will be started on s/l im-mime IV heparin TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I would put "zero" as dictated and not even think twice about it.
Complete thread -- would you put "zero" as dictated or would you put "none" ???
Complete thread -- it's not necessary to delete them, since the next one will overwrite it.
Complete thread -- ty billybob. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- what I thought was a testicle,
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- hand exam
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- guess s/l "at mem" (could be minimum/minimal (ranges of motion)
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, merely repeating the first line of dictation
Complete thread -- neck exam
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ...McMurrays were negative...
Complete thread -- knee exam
Complete thread -- yes, absolute neutrophil (shift) or count or ANC sm
Complete thread -- BTW, it should be on to (not onto).
Complete thread -- I think you're right, and maybe that's just how that doctor talks. But, it certainly fits
Complete thread -- It sounds "odd" because if he suspects drug-seeking behavior or abuse, he shouldn't be
Complete thread -- never heard a doctor talk like this. This is about an adult w/o high school diploma
Complete thread -- Sometimes, you can g oo gle the name for country origin
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying :) Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Tho I can't find an exact phrase on google for "absolute neutrophil shift"
Complete thread -- could he be saying absolute?
Complete thread -- Sry, I had no luck.
Complete thread -- white count 9.6, hematocrit 42, platelets 463. Mild s/l as-what neutrophil shift. TIA
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It sounded like that too, and that would be pretty damn effective anesthesia!
Complete thread -- If that was the case (from Somali) then I'd venture to say it'd just be Somali translator?
Complete thread -- flagged it, not my only blank in this report.
Complete thread -- s/l Sumalees translator? (I assume somali?)
Complete thread -- you said that and i heard death. ?? nada clue here.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i will type what he says
Complete thread -- me too (sounds like "Det"?)- maybe consider a name (of the CRNA or MD)
Complete thread -- OTAY - I will admit I heard wrong; i googled patent blue too (rhymes) and
Complete thread -- yea, doesn't matter what I heard - the OP left. Elvis has left the building. as usual
Complete thread -- I tried to no avail. sorry!
Complete thread -- I dunno, but s/l to me he's changing his mind on interval stent to interval on IV PICC
Complete thread -- I'm sorry...I'm not sure how he wants it to end up...interval may
Complete thread -- I'm finding reference to Unum...see link...
Complete thread -- stented, now for ______ for stent removal _____ on IV
Complete thread -- Whoops. Expander error in my subject line. That should be Tennessee, not treatment.
Complete thread -- Treatment -
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l answer, but no comma after PICC (IMO)
Complete thread -- actually he says this...
Complete thread -- emergently stented, now for **interval** for stent removal
Complete thread -- thank you so much Q!
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: _______
Complete thread -- slurred, slurred, slurred... slurred is the word
Complete thread -- oops...here's link
Complete thread -- I hear "patent blue" and am finding it does google
Complete thread -- I still hear agent or patent, but doesn't matter, OP has moved on so apparently he/she
Complete thread -- I hear snared the polyp and tattooed the site using p___(1 syllable) blue ink,
Complete thread -- I did find the suffix -al listed in OneLook medical dictionary meaning "pertaining to" so
Complete thread -- the methylene was said real fast & slurred but that's what i heard. (that rhymes)
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- thats okay, I don't hear methylene either. Just posting what I do hear.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I dont think frond-based fits? Its more of an adjective. I hear frondish, but that's not
Complete thread -- more facet-like or in the facets ? discal/diskal isn't considered slang, IMO.
Complete thread -- frond-based polyp
Complete thread -- but, I'd put frond-like
Complete thread -- facetal and diskal ?? no slang allowed on acct. Are these slang?
Complete thread -- frondish -- methylene blue ink
Complete thread -- There was a ___ polyp & snared the polyp and tattooed the site using ____ ink
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks - I saw that too but this is in the U.S.
Complete thread -- In the US? or out of country? (SM)
Complete thread -- med list s/l chlorhexadol 15 b.i.d. - patient s/p thoracotomy in the ICU
Complete thread -- I think ok, this blurb is as close can find sm ****
Complete thread -- was brought *on outside of* spermatic cord, reconstructing
Complete thread -- quetiapine?
Complete thread -- looks like Cysto-Conray is used just like that.
Complete thread -- s/l titarapine 25 mg tid
Complete thread -- We then gently passed a s/l*Ma-Conray* through the ureteral catheter
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- had a bad tether
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is an unfortunate lady who had a previous injury to ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- can't get the first one, sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 TRAM procedure?
Complete thread -- I figured that out. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant lady who has had a previous breast reconstruct ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also, I hear SOME cartilage
Complete thread -- I see you have one further down with no answer. Do you want to repost? I'll be here
Complete thread -- *somebody, not someone
Complete thread -- It looked as though someone had possibly placed a
Complete thread -- After this was done, I was able to harvest cartilage from the nose ant ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Also, the St. Jude's rep confirmed (for representative of the company)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient was awakened and was moving her lower extremities at basel ...
Complete thread -- Topically ?
Complete thread -- The dermis was reapproximated with inverted 2-0 Vicryl. ____ a Rapide ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tunneled
Complete thread -- guiding it into a
Complete thread -- A loop was created and the wires and leads were secured on the fascia ...
Complete thread -- The paddle was placed at the level of T10-T11 and guided all the way u ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- chopped ?
Complete thread -- With first curette, the whole ligamentum was dissected off and ____ wi ...
Complete thread -- The patient was intubated and ____ by the Anesthesia team ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- trial
Complete thread -- She had persistent back pain radiating into her lower extremities that ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Christmas tree is correct. The adapter that connects the oxygen tubing to the
Complete thread -- The patient's saturation dropped to 24 and Mom turned the concentrator up to the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- What is notable is a notable lack of
Complete thread -- What is notable was a notable lack of findings
Complete thread -- A posterior portal was established after landmarks were drawn out. Th ...
Complete thread -- s/l appendum of the ventricle
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- 45 position (45 degrees)
Complete thread -- 45 position ? (like 45 degrees, probably)
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- POSITION: Oblique ____. ...
Complete thread -- Good nite all.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and a row of
Complete thread -- Once clean and dry, we closed deep with #1 PDS vertical mattress and t ...
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Complete thread -- I think he changed his mind..."relaxation. The Smith etc"
Complete thread -- The patient was placed under general anesthesia and relaxation ____ Sm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Apparently the spacer will be put into the flexion gap...so 4 flexion gap makes sense in
Complete thread -- googling does show they have size 4 trays....let me check flexion gap
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Do you know which product he is using. He may be say "4 metal tray" which
Complete thread -- The knee itself was irrigated and dried at this point. The trials wit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "This was sized to a size A, ?and an A tibia guide etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- The tibial cutting guide was applied and square tibial cut was made to ...
Complete thread -- I don't have a link but I still hear resection :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think for #2 he's saying "about a 5 mm dissection" and link seems to support this
Complete thread -- last one - resection?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- slid to the side.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "slid to the side." See link...describes that
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- NOTE: googling is showing it is a parapatellar approach
Complete thread -- TITLE OF OPERATION: Lateral unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. ...
Complete thread -- ok. sure. thanks.
Complete thread -- A lateral peripatellar approach was made. A nice exposure was made an ...
Complete thread -- Ty Q. You are really big help.
Complete thread -- I never know. :)
Complete thread -- Please always tell us what surgery is being performed.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- adductor canal block (see link)
Complete thread -- did we really need a link for an Ace wrap?
Complete thread -- Grammar choice...we did cursory examination or we cursorily examined
Complete thread -- The patient was placed under general anesthesia. A ____ block was per ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??braces??
Complete thread -- Think it s/b nitinol wire (not 9-0) see link
Complete thread -- Thanks. Ace wrap is correct.
Complete thread -- This patient presented with severe lateral compartment degenerative ar ...
Complete thread -- #2 We withdrew this, left the
Complete thread -- I hear #1 "jig by Pivot" (Pivot is a company)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. 2 blanks.
Complete thread -- Item 2
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- it sounds like strap, but did not make sense with knee operation (to me)
Complete thread -- and Ace wrap applied
Complete thread -- TITLE OF OPERATION: Diagnostic arthroscopy, left knee with lateral ...
Complete thread -- What surgery is being performed?
Complete thread -- The portals deflated of saline and the portals were closed with 2-0 ny ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a lot of the scar tissue that was present.
Complete thread -- We went ahead and methodically slowly performed the lateral release al ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming everybody.
Complete thread -- nice solve guy
Complete thread -- No. I think U R right...I think I hear 3 syllables
Complete thread -- certainly a possibility....where and what is being excised, perhaps I
Complete thread -- m hearing elliptical
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "local"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The informed consent was read and signed by the patient. The area was ...
Complete thread -- I don't see any discussion about arteries in the context that he posted below.
Complete thread -- Also s/b "as was the surface" (not were)
Complete thread -- It will take a bit of time to download as it is large
Complete thread -- see link of photos of what is being done. (ugh) but pared fits in this case...click
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- musculature
Complete thread -- umbilical artery is a paired artery (with one for each half of the body
Complete thread -- The undersurface was inspected and hemostasis was maintained with elec ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- redraping
Complete thread -- In the midline, the dissection was carried up high enough to allow for ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- What is the surgery being done....because I think I hear "pared"
Complete thread -- pared?
Complete thread -- The umbilicus was ____ as marked preoperatively with a #15 blade throu ...
Complete thread -- doesn't M1 tell you where they are? I didn't understand the question either
Complete thread -- That's it!! I heard nerve stress and know it couldn't be right. Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's it!! I heard nerve stress and know it couldn't be right. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Varus stress on the knee reproduces medial joint pain."
Complete thread -- A positive McMurray’s test is present. ______ on the knee were reproduced with medial
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Maybe is should be has normal wear, Not septic, no calcifications. No loose bodiesor l
Complete thread -- Could it be "No ectopic calcifcations" (see link)
Complete thread -- soft tissue?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for helping. I will use Fobi after all. I would never have found that.
Complete thread -- Well I didn't find anything else. Sry.
Complete thread -- Well, I guess point is (as you put it) is you just don't get IT
Complete thread -- You could be right with Fobi and patient misspelled the 'd' and 'z' I thought I heard
Complete thread -- I still working on the acronym..but I do hear "left medial etc"
Complete thread -- Hip x-ray: Acetabular cup has normal wear. No s/l soptic calcifications. TIA!
Complete thread -- No, can't hear. I have a wav posted now. Thanks so much for listening.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mobile. If anything, it was
Complete thread -- The middle ear exploration revealed no evidence of stapes subluxation. ...
Complete thread -- Could U B hearing "Fobi" (see link)
Complete thread -- Surgical history: Hysterectomy, spelled f-l-z-i or f-l-d-i, medial meniscectomy,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot isgal. :-)
Complete thread -- I hate second-thinking myself, but I'm afraid I do think "for due diligence" works better
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I should add, that is just one possibility.
Complete thread -- with
Complete thread -- what word should go before due diligence
Complete thread -- found it, thanks. propoxyphene
Complete thread -- Hyaluronic acid, __________, finasteride, enalapril, Duoneb p.r.n.
Complete thread -- that's it for me - g'night all!
Complete thread -- I should be - it's almost 3 am and my eyes are closing. I have to
Complete thread -- oh boy...this is going to be a fun competition to watch!
Complete thread -- okay, what's up isgal? you should be sleeping!
Complete thread -- 1-1
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- yes, I was. I was "quadritto" and you were in 1st place on that one. :)
Complete thread -- clipping?
Complete thread -- Thanks - I'm sorry, I fell asleep. I appreciate everyone's help and have moved on.
Complete thread -- The patient is seen for the first time since her discharge from North Shore Hospital
Complete thread -- Got it. Was hard to hear: auditory canal.
Complete thread -- excision of preauricular fistula tract
Complete thread -- Oh wait, you weren't even one of those who posted! Never mind!
Complete thread -- Indeed you do! But I beat you last time with genu. ;)
Complete thread -- I win by 3 seconds!!!
Complete thread -- you are spot on!
Complete thread -- Uber?
Complete thread -- Uber? (taxi service) -- do you have that where you live, or where the account is located?
Complete thread -- she was brought to the office by ____, since she does not drive due to her
Complete thread -- thanks (now I can sleep tonight). Yes I will post it when I hear back!
Complete thread -- So? You can talk about what happened in a procedure, then talk about followup next.
Complete thread -- Ok, might be slanging scinti(scintigram/Scintigraphy or "densi" as in sm
Complete thread -- If, as you say, "about followup" ?? Your text is "during" the procedure
Complete thread -- thanks, I had to flag (would have loved to have heard your suggestion tho)
Complete thread -- if that's all we get, I'd say packing does make sense.
Complete thread -- I have an idea, using slang or short speak term, I hesitate to give example
Complete thread -- still not enough info, as mentoned if post some text, a helper may help
Complete thread -- Yes, aneurysm surgery. Next sentence is about followup.
Complete thread -- Yes, more info is definitely needed.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I do it-- Adson was used--- or Adson used
Complete thread -- Always best to list Op title. Are we in carotids? as in aneurysm?
Complete thread -- packed with packing? not enough
Complete thread -- apostrophe denotes ownership
Complete thread -- no apostrophe. An Adson was used or Adsons were used.
Complete thread -- Adsons or Adson's ?? my brain is not working but I want to say with apostrophe
Complete thread -- Of note, during the operation, there was a pinpoint hole in the lateral wall of the
Complete thread -- thanks, but it doesn't s/l that, doc is usually pretty crystal-clear
Complete thread -- quantitative?
Complete thread -- stumped, type of bone scan, s/l core victive sm plse
Complete thread -- been there
Complete thread -- been there
Complete thread -- Been there!
Complete thread -- Seriously!? I looked it up 5 different ways and never found genu! Th ...
Complete thread -- genu
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- I think it's genu! LOL!
Complete thread -- genu
Complete thread -- genu
Complete thread -- genu
Complete thread -- On the diagram of the face, there was marking at the * S/L jenue of th ...
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's why I thought it fit: scoring=incision. But since it's excision, NO!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- after further review, Chongchet seems to be a scoring technique, not an
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi, for your note to me below. I read incision, not excision. Technique is valid
Complete thread -- Oh, dear! I read incision...my apologies!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- not sure since followed by the word excision, but good suggestion.
Complete thread -- I think this is the correct term for the sound like in the below post (con quick).
Complete thread -- I have noted that in my book. Thanks, Oasis
Complete thread -- Thank you poi!
Complete thread -- How dumb of me! Of course, that's what it is, mattress style. Thanks, guys
Complete thread -- For archives: Chongchet technique for protuberant/prominent ears.
Complete thread -- Chongchet technique (?) see link
Complete thread -- mattress?
Complete thread -- can you hear mattress style?
Complete thread -- Suture placed in s/l 'metro' style. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- Marcaine?
Complete thread -- cardiogram. A request in regard to that? (don't hear the heart failure after the blank)
Complete thread -- ___ was infiltrated in the skin and the skin stabs were closed using absorbable mattr
Complete thread -- cardiogram?
Complete thread -- Will get outpatient _____ heart failure
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- I sent him a message - thanks
Complete thread -- conchal
Complete thread -- It is Dr. Sanders. I appreciate all of your input. I too used "S ...
Complete thread -- "Con quick excision"
Complete thread -- ah...that explains it. Thanks for answering.
Complete thread -- I'm a New Yorker, but I'm currently living in the blazing Middle East.
Complete thread -- question for isgal
Complete thread -- I researched this a while ago, and IIRC, either is acceptable, but it's best to go by how
Complete thread -- Needs an apostrophe - I do it like "Dr. Sanders' office" but...
Complete thread -- Is his name Dr. Sanders or Dr. Sander? If Sanders, then it's Dr. Sanders' office. If his
Complete thread -- Brain "fart"
Complete thread -- adhesions from previous open cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- to me, I would reasonably assume "surface" and "external" magnet an alternative term use
Complete thread -- Not positive, I don't think there is a blank to hear, he fumbles trying to gather word
Complete thread -- I can't get much, but for the last blank, I hear something about "previous open..."
Complete thread -- thanks for listening
Complete thread -- my spellcheck always wants me to cap "new year" but I don't unless it is the holiday.
Complete thread -- sorry toooo much shsh shsh to understand him
Complete thread -- thanks - that was my thinking too
Complete thread -- A few blanks
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- IV antibiotics. ______. The abdomen
Complete thread -- I'd guess no since it says "the" ?
Complete thread -- I would like her to have another angiogram sometime before the new year. Cap New Year
Complete thread -- Thanks - it is quite clear
Complete thread -- A sheath is advanced over a wire, so a wire in the sheath makes sense.
Complete thread -- Link for "external magnet."
Complete thread -- I cannot document "surface magnet" but I can "external magnet." If clearly dictated, it
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks. I've never heard of a surface magnet though. Is that okay?
Complete thread -- I guess it is the first link.
Complete thread -- Yes. Second link down shows sizes.
Complete thread -- ahh
Complete thread -- dictates oh one four cather - that should be .014, right?
Complete thread -- ...balloon-expandable stent AND insufflation device WERE used (?) see link
Complete thread -- Shunts can be programmable (externally adjustable by a magnetic device) see link
Complete thread -- The balloon-expandable stent *insufflation* device was used.
Complete thread -- s/l surface magnet
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- ...with just a puff of half-strength contrast
Complete thread -- yes its done
Complete thread -- common iliac artery _____ half-strength contrast AND common iliac artery _____ device
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I hear that too
Complete thread -- looks like someone posted over yours. can you post again?
Complete thread -- balloon-expandable stent?
Complete thread -- Balloon _____ stent 6 mm diameter was used
Complete thread -- The 0.035 floppy wire in the left groin *in the* 6-French sheath was advanced.
Complete thread -- yes posted ...
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- (If guy isn't around anymore, can one of you let him know on facebook? I
Complete thread -- sure and thk u for ur time ...
Complete thread -- ECRB tendon? extensor carpi radialis brevis tendon
Complete thread -- Medexa yes, lutein no, but if this is a US-based account, I would double check that that's
Complete thread -- medications
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- tried, but can't get it.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Multiple areas of hypoechoic regions correlated with MRI imaging of pa ...
Complete thread -- yes its liquor, and thk u... ...
Complete thread -- up to a fifth or half-gallon a day (imo)
Complete thread -- gap filling
Complete thread -- yes isgal, please correct the above mentioned sentence ...
Complete thread -- context?
Complete thread -- please correct me
Complete thread -- can't get it, sorry
Complete thread -- Attention was now turned to the abdomen and mons. Using a 5-mm blunt- ...
Complete thread -- not my post.
Complete thread -- #2 Hypertension, asthma (I don't hear "and")
Complete thread -- #1 such as driving her car, cleaning her home
Complete thread -- such as driving her car
Complete thread -- i can suddenly hear it now when i listen to it on the great dictator
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- bra level?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She is still having some difficulties with activities of daily living ...
Complete thread -- The areas of the posterior trunk were all exposed where the belt excis ...
Complete thread -- I was trying to distinguish between tooth and teeth and it disappeared
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know. At least I now hear the blank.
Complete thread -- in case you are still trying Q, it isn't there anymore
Complete thread -- could be teeth *not sure*
Complete thread -- This happens to me every once and awhile and then corrects for unknown reason
Complete thread -- don't know what to tell you...I hear it loud
Complete thread -- no *with*
Complete thread -- All I get is the Two Senn retractor blades
Complete thread -- wisdom tooth removal
Complete thread -- it's there..just adjust your volume
Complete thread -- No new WAV
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Positive for tonsillectomy in 2011 with ___(3:2 ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Dissection distally was carried out ___________with a
Complete thread -- Don't wish to mislead you. Sentence structure correct in that
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. sentence structure correct?
Complete thread -- tenotomy
Complete thread -- I saw that at OneLook...But used to be M-W and Dorland's were
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Two Senn retractor blades were then placed to elevate the soft tissues ...
Complete thread -- I think #2 used down to the
Complete thread -- I think there is some other word before down...can't catch it though
Complete thread -- #1 eminences of the palm in-line with the ring
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- until: “Till” is less formal than “until” and is used less often in writing
Complete thread -- eminence of the palm inline with the ring...down to the...
Complete thread -- A longitudinal incision was then made between the thenar and hypothena ...
Complete thread -- Yup, the later versions of ES don't allow you to use the foot pedal without paying. I've
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster's lists it as a preposition meaning until. (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear *in*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with feathering ?in (?of) the neck
Complete thread -- until ;)
Complete thread -- Metal protective eye shields were placed after Maxitrol ointment was p ...
Complete thread -- Better.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- till smoothness of the lower lid
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The conjunctiva of the lower lid was infiltrated with 1% Xylocaine wit ...
Complete thread -- I hear something like "and smoothened to the lower lid"
Complete thread -- Can we have a bit more clip?
Complete thread -- The fat pads of the lower lid were isolated, elevated, clamped, excise ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- . The patient states she wants to look younger.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 68-year-old female initially evaluated on December 10 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "fat pads, minimal excess skin etc"
Complete thread -- Eyelid changes with herniated fat pads ____ excess skin of the lower l ...
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Complete thread -- yup..I agree
Complete thread -- i am hearing no cyclops lesion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- consider asking dictator did you mean methylene blue or Dimethyl Methylene Blue,
Complete thread -- #1 a little area where it had gapped open (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #3 there was really no ____ lesion
Complete thread -- 1. gapped...2. as it had
Complete thread -- We found that she had a little bit of a loose suture of the PDS suture ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #2. in the front part #3. which again there was really no sign of a lesion or?
Complete thread -- #2 in the front
Complete thread -- #1 We checked this both
Complete thread -- We used shaver and electrocautery to debride and just clean up this wh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- your examples prove nothing to me, by the rule you yourself linked and cited.
Complete thread -- compared to the
Complete thread -- Tho I should not have put a comma after hyphenated in my explanation.
Complete thread -- I took the knee and took it through a range of motion and made sure th ...
Complete thread -- We are going to have to agree to disagree on this one because
Complete thread -- I agree if only some would be less insecure and competitive and more civil
Complete thread -- Thanks Q
Complete thread -- I personally wouldn't, using the great "coordinative adjectives" rule you posted before
Complete thread -- After he corrects, I think he wants to say "steroids"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- was no longer a disc-shaped prominent
Complete thread -- (there was a correction, he said no more and corrected to no longer)
Complete thread -- was no longer
Complete thread -- ....which he uses very seldom. He has refused to use any _____ in the past.
Complete thread -- Small fragments of this discoid area were removed; however, the majori ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- confluence of ?veins
Complete thread -- s/b a comma after saucer-shaped too
Complete thread -- Any bleeders were hand tied as necessary. There was a ____ at this di ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not tensely (i.e., not firmly)
Complete thread -- There was a firm, round, saucer-shaped soft tissue mass palpable at th ...
Complete thread -- *like*
Complete thread -- seems verifiable
Complete thread -- thank you, wasn't sure if they did that.
Complete thread -- maybe they did dilute it if they knew she had a sensitivity beforehand...
Complete thread -- good thought, but I relistened. almost sounds sm
Complete thread -- another thought (assuming the original post is correct)...but maybe
Complete thread -- sorry sent too quickly. here it is
Complete thread -- here is what he says:
Complete thread -- here is what he says:
Complete thread -- perhaps he was going to say dye and corrected to methylene?
Complete thread -- methylene or dimethylene blue pl sm
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- verifiable too...google vaulting gait
Complete thread -- maybe like a pole vault, stand on the left foot and swing the body and right le forward.
Complete thread -- pay for the foot pedal to work? huh? Sorry, I don't have Windows 10
Complete thread -- The patient will s/l vault on the left foot to move the right lower extremity TIA!
Complete thread -- Can those of you who have Windows 10 share what version of Express Scribe you use?
Complete thread -- What I hate is having to type "let us" when an informal doc says, "so let's get some labs"
Complete thread -- cellular telephone :)
Complete thread -- Yes, because my accounts don't allow slang, at all.
Complete thread -- Thx for the backup. And if/when you hear "veru" do you spell out "verumontanum"?
Complete thread -- True. Now if only "helpers" didn't have to be sorry for trying to help!
Complete thread -- I know the ISMP says to spell out APAP (and all meds), so that's
Complete thread -- Ty for the explanation Q. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- cheeking (means hiding the medication)...he says "or" but s/b "and" (I think)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. please sm.
Complete thread -- verumontanum...FWIW :)
Complete thread -- ok thank you
Complete thread -- :) lmao
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I cut back the segment of previous "vein bypass" is what I hear
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I was always taught to spell out meds, so when they say "APAP" I put acetaminophen.
Complete thread -- I cut back the previous ________ bypass interposition
Complete thread -- i'm still laughing... this was just too funny.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- listen again for hydrocodone/APAP (common dictation) 5/325
Complete thread -- Sorry for the 2 "s/l" in the above post. I'm familiar with hydrocodone.
Complete thread -- you explained that perfectly taco!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Medication list -
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- and - we are more than okay. we're o-f'n kay.
Complete thread -- I totally meant diddly squat...and flubbed both posts.
Complete thread -- did reveal ?
Complete thread -- The gastric lumen _______ revealed mild erythema
Complete thread -- fluff to bkloli
Complete thread -- drugs.com dosage on Synthroid
Complete thread -- and another typo. shitfire.
Complete thread -- i made a typo... no biggie.
Complete thread -- Fluff to t
Complete thread -- geez...you made me use the dictionary twice!
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me too, since it means "hour of sleep" which isn't necessarily at night.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Don't be offended, Q, but I am rolling my eyes.
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- ditto (just posted the BOS 3 post above before reading whole thread)
Complete thread -- thanks. yes, it's my own neologism. :)
Complete thread -- fwiw, BOS 3 changes q.h.s. to "at bedtime"
Complete thread -- I don't believe this, but Merriam Webster shows it is diddly-squat (hyphenated word) !
Complete thread -- Ah, well. Thanks for relistening.
Complete thread -- or even diddy squat. :) tee hee
Complete thread -- right. I tried 3 more times and can't get diddly squaat.
Complete thread -- or "irregularly between" ???
Complete thread -- dysthesaurusosis is a nice word - did you just coin that?
Complete thread -- thanks, folks, for making me feel better about my dysthesaurusosis. ;)
Complete thread -- Can anyone hear for #2 "irregular in-between" ???
Complete thread -- whoa... I have nothing to offer but good luck!
Complete thread -- oh my. sorry, he sounds like he's under water. first word sounds like fatty but can't
Complete thread -- MRI of the left wrist shows small amounts of ___ fluid ___ between his ...
Complete thread -- ok, thanks and they want cc instead of mL
Complete thread -- later he says:
Complete thread -- Yeah, ahhh 10 cc (10 mL)
Complete thread -- never be sorry for asking.
Complete thread -- 10 fits there.
Complete thread -- harvesting of autologous hemopoietic cellular transfer tissue graft
Complete thread -- I hear 10
Complete thread -- (if it was an open surgery, it might be 110 mL; if laparoscopic, I'd guess *under* 10 mL.
Complete thread -- what kind of surgery?
Complete thread -- Estimated blood loss: ____ cc - could be one of two things, need confirmation
Complete thread -- when stuck on a d/s med it helps to list what was seen for
Complete thread -- oops, didn't see (double post) this post until after my post above
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry and thanks
Complete thread -- Yes It means 2 needles are used
Complete thread -- double-armed Prolene sutures googles well.
Complete thread -- typical four-quadrant technique with *double arm* 7-0 Prolene sutures.
Complete thread -- oh, forgot, I did not see any blank there where you had it marked
Complete thread -- s/l albring may be ?? harboring infection process
Complete thread -- I hear dilated nicely and anastomosed in end-to-end fashion
Complete thread -- May consider repost MP, but, may be saphenous vein (see your last sentence)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- ? Suprax
Complete thread -- fluff to t
Complete thread -- I had same problem...it's because previous would modify
Complete thread -- actually, I dont think there is really anything there.
Complete thread -- I dont hear an mp3?
Complete thread -- Wonder if #3 was "lutein" (see link)
Complete thread -- but that doesnt sound quite right -
Complete thread -- into the previously vein bypassed into the popliteal artery?
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- No prob, t.
Complete thread -- qd is also on Dangerous Abbreviations, recommendation is to
Complete thread -- where I work, we change it to "at bedtime"
Complete thread -- Maybe not, but it was posted before the OP said thanks, and I appreciated it.
Complete thread -- I'm sure it's too late, but just in case...qhs is on the Dangerous Abbreviations
Complete thread -- Don't know your blank, but I think first part is actually
Complete thread -- Was that really necessary?
Complete thread -- fashion into the previous _______ vein bypass into popliteal artery
Complete thread -- I cut back the previous ________ bypass interposition
Complete thread -- Sorry vak. I can't think of what else "supra" might be. Good luck!
Complete thread -- no t, its not matching... ...
Complete thread -- how about: Medications that should be discontinued are tramadol, etc.
Complete thread -- sure... thk u T :-)
Complete thread -- Me too!!
Complete thread -- Thanks, T, for pointing that out even though the OP was not thankful.
Complete thread -- that i know but the gap i was not getting
Complete thread -- I don't know, but cyclobenzaprine and metoprolol are generic, not capped.
Complete thread -- haha -- I read your post and didn't even snap (I must have made a mental replacement)
Complete thread -- gap filling
Complete thread -- ambiguous, I meant; not ambivalent, lol.
Complete thread -- thk u
Complete thread -- Thank you! I have only worked for 2 companies in the past 8 years, and they both
Complete thread -- mcg and mEq are frequently misdictated as simply mg.
Complete thread -- possible, but not likely because they say mg for mcg
Complete thread -- I'd probably just change to mcg if pt had hypothyroidism (if no other thyroid med listed)
Complete thread -- I would leave the blank to be safe and leave a note if possible.
Complete thread -- On a verbatim account, would you blank or change this...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- It should be maxillary crest "spur" was chiseled off...
Complete thread -- #2 hammer and #3 swing freely
Complete thread -- #1 breakfast #2 q.h.s. #4 lisinopril
Complete thread -- #1: chiseled off
Complete thread -- maxillary crest ______ off with a _______ osteotome. These maneuvers allowed the se
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- oops...seem
Complete thread -- The following links seems to confirm "bumper."
Complete thread -- gap filling
Complete thread -- point allowing for an excellent *bumper* effect. A second
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- If you're hearing Tamsolin 8 mg, I wouldn't assume that it's tamsulosin 0.8 mg even though
Complete thread -- The patient is being seen for labile hypertension. PAST MEDICAL ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- and pie beat me to it :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I changed my mind - and alternate forms of treatment
Complete thread -- and alternate forms of
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. It is the end of sentence. The very next word he utters of next sentence is
Complete thread -- I'm assuming that's not the end of the sentence, right?
Complete thread -- and also informed of
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I went over various treatment options, risks and benefits of surgery _ ...
Complete thread -- wasting (see archives for info)
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant gentleman with longstanding ____ and thenar at ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was normal-appearing ... and *on* the glenoid
Complete thread -- Through the portal, the arthroscope was introduced. Systematic diagno ...
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks.
Complete thread -- afforded the ability to bring the ?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The flexor pronator origin fascia was released. This ____ ulnar nerve ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- thanks pie for uploading mp3.
Complete thread -- It came through now, but I can't get it #1.
Complete thread -- try MP3 now.
Complete thread -- sorry. its due to converted wav i m trying to upload. thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- I've dumped out several times and I even rebooted
Complete thread -- I don't know whether it's my problem or yours, but the re-post is not coming thru
Complete thread -- longer wav posted. thanks.
Complete thread -- While I was working on #1, some of the clip disappeared.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure on #2, but I think I hear "The patient was now free of the stone."
Complete thread -- Any piece larger than 1 mm was basketed free and sent for stone analys ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "on the right that is asymptomatic, and she etc"
Complete thread -- tyvm Q. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- She has a large 20+ mm stone in the right ____ but she has a 7 mm prox ...
Complete thread -- but rather
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I rechecked the publication date. The cover to the book
Complete thread -- must be a misprint then (though I still couldn't find it).
Complete thread -- The part I'm concerned about is not the FDA approval, or
Complete thread -- I checked the publication date of the book..it is April 2015
Complete thread -- I checked this reference for a date...couldn't find one. It might have
Complete thread -- here is a link for you Q... I think it disputes your statement
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Diffuse ?and extensive pancolonic diverticulosis (I think)
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- A small sessile polyp was identified at 50 cm and removed with cold fo ...
Complete thread -- I meant to say here is a GI book link discussing the two
Complete thread -- Guy, you might want to consider flagging this one because
Complete thread -- *thumbs up* new one on me, good to learn.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- can also be confirmed using the Trademark site above
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I believe he is saying Spot Endo Marker (meaning Spot Endoscopic Marker)see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 and retrieved. Tattooing...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2. Endomark
Complete thread -- the polyp at 10 cm was identified and removed with hot snare technique ...
Complete thread -- Thx! I think he's saying "arboring" as in arbovirus. Truth is, probably only he knows.
Complete thread -- WAG...air-bearing??? (see link)
Complete thread -- harboring? just a guess, though. Hold the umbrellas
Complete thread -- Rule out any possible *albring* infection process, including Mycoplasma
Complete thread -- I definitely hear "al" or "el" in the beginning. I'll get the audio posted.
Complete thread -- could it be "smoldering?"
Complete thread -- Rule out any possible *albring* infection process, including Mycoplasma,
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- that's right, satisfactory.
Complete thread -- Yes. The first two times there were no satisfactory signs of
Complete thread -- Thank you...and yes, thank you for catching that. He is so soft spoken. I need to wake up
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. EGD procedure
Complete thread -- good catch, Q
Complete thread -- Also R U sure he didn't say "suggestive of" rather than "subjective of"
Complete thread -- takotsubo cardiomyopathy?
Complete thread -- *choco-pseudo-spindo-myopathy*.
Complete thread -- Aw thanks. I have a confession though - one of my kids had a G-tube and Microvasive was
Complete thread -- good job, isgal!
Complete thread -- It was Chait...THANK YOU!!
Complete thread -- that's it! thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Microvasive?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Due to insufficient formula intake and weight loss, she will have a *Ice-o-nation*
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- help with teeth numbers please
Complete thread -- I'd have NEVER found that. Good one!
Complete thread -- Awesome - good find, Oasis! I'll just be jumping off the G-button limb now...
Complete thread -- Here's another link to Chait.
Complete thread -- Wait!!! Chait (see link)
Complete thread -- Ima gonna join Oasis and lb out on that same limb... G button?
Complete thread -- Could it be G button (gastrostomy button)?
Complete thread -- after which.... is all I can get. What is it that is going to be repeated?
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it.
Complete thread -- I'ma go on limb and say G button (see links)
Complete thread -- He will be on break after ___.
Complete thread -- Colostomy: A 10.2 x 24 cm s/l*Jate* button was then inserted into the cecum.
Complete thread -- thank you b k l o l I!!!!
Complete thread -- perhaps through ??
Complete thread -- under review until she is 50 and can go ___ BreastScreen with annual mammogram and ul
Complete thread -- Bueno, Q.
Complete thread -- Here's the link...
Complete thread -- typo...my baaaad...s/b medilexicon
Complete thread -- Lighten up... no need to be a stick in the mud either.
Complete thread -- is mexilexicon the Mexican version?
Complete thread -- Believe it or not, some of us are stuck with what is dictated...no need to be sarcastic.
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- you have a link for everything. We should call you Qlink.
Complete thread -- Here's the link
Complete thread -- Try this (see message)
Complete thread -- haha, I wish we had a like button
Complete thread -- Just wanted U to know our last posts crossed each other. I'm sorry too.
Complete thread -- U R right...I am retired...I should have said "which we were
Complete thread -- OK - sorry for rme at you, Q. That was rude. I just wish I had never posted at all.
Complete thread -- who is we? I thought you were retired. Some can use slang/abbrevs/short forms, some can't.
Complete thread -- Why rolling your eyes? It just shows Medilexicon says it is an abbreviation (which
Complete thread -- and now we have Q to the rescue with a link!
Complete thread -- No kidding. I should know better than to post this kind of thing.
Complete thread -- No one said you were a weirdo. Some accounts allow slang, some don't. That's all.
Complete thread -- fwiw...mexilexicon currently lists veru as the abbreviation for verumontanum (see link)
Complete thread -- maybe billybob knows? billybob@greatdictator.com
Complete thread -- Thanks. Nice to know I'm not the only one; some of these posters act like I'm a weirdo
Complete thread -- Every account I have says "no slang."
Complete thread -- ahhh yes... it is sooo luxurious to be able to use real words in my reports.
Complete thread -- ditto what I said above - it's fwiw - if it does not apply to you, ignore it.
Complete thread -- Did you notice that I said that is what I do, not what anybody else should do?
Complete thread -- Slang is acceptable on many
Complete thread -- You were right! It was phentermine. Thanks! NM
Complete thread -- Many MTs do not have the luxury of editing to that degree.
Complete thread -- It is commonly used slang, but use in a textbook does not a word make.
Complete thread -- Hmmm...used in this textbook
Complete thread -- I always spell out "verumontanum" ("veru" is not a word)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Probably off working like a dog!
Complete thread -- Funny that this happens often. We have this exchange and the OP is nowhere to be found!
Complete thread -- I've no doubt U R right.
Complete thread -- Definitely hear "lobe."
Complete thread -- #2: Then starting at the 1 o'clock position...
Complete thread -- I don't *hear* left lateral lobe, but lobe makes sense there too
Complete thread -- oops...resected
Complete thread -- Not sure on #2, but wonder if "We then turned to the 1 o'clock etc" ???
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "left lateral lobe was dissected..."
Complete thread -- Maybe "was resected down to its capsule"
Complete thread -- He doesn't give a dosage and he doesn't mention the patient being obese. Might have to
Complete thread -- #1 resected down to its capsule.
Complete thread -- left lateral _______. All bleeding was identified and bovied. _______ 1 o’clock po
Complete thread -- "A real" is possible...They first use trials...when they are satisfied, then put
Complete thread -- real (as in the real thing, not a trial)?
Complete thread -- Closest I can find is phentermine for obesity but without dosage I can't confirm
Complete thread -- ^ agree
Complete thread -- ?CORAIL
Complete thread -- The ending is not right, I don't think.
Complete thread -- als were removed. A *real* #7.5 standard offset stem was impacted.
Complete thread -- Dr dictates Rx that sounds like fentanerine ? Pt has CLL with thrombocytopenia,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- volar
Complete thread -- Examination of the scar of the right ____ arm reveals that it is 19.5 ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- the possibility of _____
Complete thread -- dynamic listhesis
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- to wait until after she finishes *a* half...
Complete thread -- Other surgical procedures to correct these problems may need to be don ...
Complete thread -- help - 3 blanks
Complete thread -- u should post your wav again. looks like we both posted at the same time and mine ended up
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- MRI from 8/5/15 shows that there is no ACL tear, no ligament or menisc ...
Complete thread -- I think he's correcting himself from "with closure" to "followed by..."
Complete thread -- I have discussed with her today that this scar which was placed to rem ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- have fun. :-)
Complete thread -- and now I'm off to the beach with the kids - hope everyone has a great day/night!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would change this to "if I can," but that's just my personal preference
Complete thread -- lateral upper line of the
Complete thread -- Today, we discussed excision of the ____ skin excess which is minimall ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- can I
Complete thread -- She does have a little bit of skin overhang on the outer edge of the u ...
Complete thread -- i understand isgal. :-)
Complete thread -- thanks, pie. I'm hanging onto it - maybe one day when the kids grow up :)
Complete thread -- seconded, guy! (if you ever do get back into it, isgal, would be very happy to friend you)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- aw thanks, that is really kind of you. truth it, I'm not really on facebook much - I find
Complete thread -- vascularized muscle tissue
Complete thread -- isgal, I was wondering if you might like to join poi and pie and me on ...
Complete thread -- ok, just wanted to make sure. I hear it too now. thanks
Complete thread -- I have discussed my reasoning for choosing latissimus flap as it would ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the concern isgal. wav posted again. Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- actually, I reposted it for him, in case you want to listen. :)
Complete thread -- isgal, guy is having problems with his .dss files posting here. anyway, I
Complete thread -- I don't hear the wav anymore, but are you sure you have the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- weighted
Complete thread -- She states that since she was large and even for several years prior t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no need for any
Complete thread -- Once that was done, careful probing showed no significant tear and no ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it to be concerning that it ? ... the superior glenoid. I will have to
Complete thread -- The biceps had some inflammatory changes but was otherwise in good con ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- "The first "that she" doesn't make sense. I would edit by just
Complete thread -- thank you very much. i keep hearing "liprobid/lipobid". mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- Lithobid (it's a brand name of lithium)
Complete thread -- help with med. mp3 uploaded. pls sm.
Complete thread -- tyvm mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- pulmonary
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Will delete wav now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, isgal
Complete thread -- can't get it, sorry
Complete thread -- hypertension in her paternal grandfather, maternal grandmother, and pa ...
Complete thread -- thanks to all! :)
Complete thread -- i just heard the word "report" after a silence..sorry, not wav
Complete thread -- (If you don't hear HIDA, there are also DISIDA scans that show gallbladder EF)
Complete thread -- sounds like a HIDA scan
Complete thread -- test showing ejection fraction ?
Complete thread -- Anyone know how to record a wav or MP3 in windows 10? Thanks
Complete thread -- Just upgraded to windows 10 and don't know yet how to record wav. Pls. be patient
Complete thread -- ....stroke in the______; diabetes in multiple family members
Complete thread -- A guess, your lactase level is 2.2. (might be ? lactate level sm
Complete thread -- Lactase's primary function is to break down a type of sugar called lactose.
Complete thread -- Blood gases on BiPAP pO2 *358* here are some normals but not while on BiPAP.
Complete thread -- Yeah, it was worded poorly. Probably a post-and-run anyway.
Complete thread -- figured that out, but the original post confused me.
Complete thread -- that's not the sentence - there was stuff in between
Complete thread -- Agree, and i wouldn't even question it.
Complete thread -- the sentence of lactase level and showed... doesnt quite make sense to me.
Complete thread -- respiratory failure and renal failure
Complete thread -- he says, one zero one one
Complete thread -- If the pt is in CHF, the BNP could be that high.
Complete thread -- WAG ....Could it be "combinant" ???
Complete thread -- How does doctor dictate the number? "one oh one one" or "ten eleven" or something
Complete thread -- The BNP is *1011*, lactase level AND showed pH 7.29, pCO2 58, pO2 *358*.
Complete thread -- Just stop? Duh, do you realize you are replying to a post from Friday?
Complete thread -- You started it b k l o l i duh with your inflammatory post why not just stop
Complete thread -- Reading on this, it is very new. Interesting topic for sure.
Complete thread -- thanky!
Complete thread -- competent
Complete thread -- In my opinion the incident that the patient describes is a __ cause of ...
Complete thread -- Wonder if you are hearing "immature"
Complete thread -- Addyi (flibanserin) = the new "female Viagra"
Complete thread -- s/l Imtur mutation - related to breast cancer
Complete thread -- fluff to b k l o l i
Complete thread -- I was wondering where you were, since you're the "expert" (IMO) on x-rays!
Complete thread -- Sure it is...now...
Complete thread -- interesting... thx poi
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- The unidentified post was b k l o l i, who ID's herself next posting as b k l o l i
Complete thread -- in case anyone cares....sm
Complete thread -- TY!! Learn something new every day! nm
Complete thread -- link - look under lumbosacral
Complete thread -- I found 'coned lumbosacral view'
Complete thread -- X-ray of spine...s/l co-in or cohen view? sm
Complete thread -- thank you; I found what looked like vi salvia, 2 words, I just put ___ salvia. Thks again!
Complete thread -- I think it's Salvia. Just went quickly through 85 pages from DEA on
Complete thread -- okee doke, just did not know if that was redundant :)
Complete thread -- I would leave as dictated,
Complete thread -- flagged and sent, thanks
Complete thread -- would you delete #7 because of #2 ?? this is a stat transfer summary TIA!
Complete thread -- I find there can be a slotted clamp (link shows picture..it's not a brand name) wonder if
Complete thread -- Did U find the answer? If so, what was it?
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- I know of shodded, but this sounds more like shoddy.. so Shadi? Chadi?
Complete thread -- carotid endarterectomy - an angled sounds like shoddy clamp
Complete thread -- s/l vysalvia or bysalvia? (drugs of abuse)
Complete thread -- breathy, a lower (too late?)
Complete thread -- secondary muscle tension, dysphonia, and very hoarse, raspy, ____ voic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- immobility, Prolaryn Plus
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Dysphonia. 2. Left vocal fold ____. ...
Complete thread -- Snoopy! (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- asked if the pressure ... asleep
Complete thread -- At this point, the patient was awakened from anesthesia. The patient ...
Complete thread -- Mayo block fashion is right. hats off.
Complete thread -- additional anesthesia
Complete thread -- agree (good job!).
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #3 Mayo block fashion.
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- #2 about the
Complete thread -- The patient was moved to the operating room and placed supine on the o ...
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks.
Complete thread -- You may be able to pickup what was released within the description of the procedure.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with ____ release"
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Hallux valgus, left foot. PROCEDURE PE ...
Complete thread -- I heard something like that, but the wav was replaced before I read your message so
Complete thread -- in Weston, FL
Complete thread -- ASSISTANT: Brent Carter, D.P.M., ____ Medical Student ____ ...
Complete thread -- what did you think of the posted wav...is that forefoot was loaded?
Complete thread -- Thanks. No prob.
Complete thread -- he asked me a question on facebook - sorry
Complete thread -- Why doesn't the wav match the written post?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Bone spur
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Hallux limitus, right foot. 2. _____, r ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- excess
Complete thread -- The pump had a Dacron pouch placed on it. Both were delivered to the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- start
Complete thread -- NOTE: Tho he said "thread" it s/b "was threaded" (see link)
Complete thread -- Then, a #10 blade was used to create a transverse incision approximate ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thread
Complete thread -- A 15-gauge modified Tuohy needle was positioned through the skin wheal ...
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Complete thread -- hehehe
Complete thread -- thankee, taco. :)
Complete thread -- who's pat anyway? how do we know whether it makes sense for him/her?
Complete thread -- who's pat anyway? how do we know whether it makes sense for him/her?
Complete thread -- By george, I think you do! Good find, pie.
Complete thread -- think I got it: ammeter (see link)
Complete thread -- a scrap? Or a tizzy? Tizzy fits better. I'm just tired..sick, and tired. gah!
Complete thread -- ☂ sorry, no, was looking for like an impedance meter, that's a coagulation analyzer.
Complete thread -- not close to your s/l, but fibrometer?
Complete thread -- Manometer measures pressure, not current, though...
Complete thread -- You and me both! We must be among of the three that iive for it!
Complete thread -- I thought the funny part was "silent 98% of time"...
Complete thread -- this "unidentified" person self-identified as "back off nik-picker"
Complete thread -- A "bystander" who just happens to notice that this "unidentified" person always gets in a
Complete thread -- How about reversing the n and m, manometer?
Complete thread -- Fallopian tube was coagulated until the s/l namometer showed no current.
Complete thread -- Mind my own business, posted once, with prickly/snippy, anos 3-4 post from b k l o l
Complete thread -- Word.
Complete thread -- SMH. I don't sweat the petty sh*t. sounds like someone needs a good ...
Complete thread -- let it go already. Do you ever post here without getting in a scrap with others?
Complete thread -- And I did answer both points presented now didn't I. You must not have read too well. GEEZ
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- and I did open your message.... but it was apparent what the OP was asking.
Complete thread -- geez... sorry to get your panties in a bunch, not my intention.
Complete thread -- I find that as CA 19-9 (without the hyphen after CA)
Complete thread -- CA-19-9, beta HCG, and alpha-fetoprein studies have all been normal
Complete thread -- beta-hCG
Complete thread -- tumor markers that you requested include CEA, CA 19.9, ____
Complete thread -- Well smart mouth, I did open, I did answer X2; apparently you did not open mine. did ya
Complete thread -- if you read the post & opened the post, you'd known what question was being asked.
Complete thread -- thank you anyway-still can't figure it out-was thinking wisdom teeth
Complete thread -- Thanks, I had listed.... "May need infectious workup"
Complete thread -- may need an infectious workup
Complete thread -- I think poster is questioning "made of an"
Complete thread -- sorry no clue, maybe others can offer something
Complete thread -- Patient needing knee revision makes sense to me. sm
Complete thread -- pat needing knee revision-make sense?
Complete thread -- nothing else-in for ortho eval. No success posting wav
Complete thread -- need more clues, any mention on P.E. some incision seen? Post a wav?
Complete thread -- PSH list
Complete thread -- yeah, I think they just missed it (even though I specified there were 2 instances and gave
Complete thread -- Thanks for the update. Maybe they overlooked the 2nd one? It's happened to me that QA
Complete thread -- "orthopedician" update
Complete thread -- good night. sleep tight.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- good night/morning. hope you sleep until afternoon!
Complete thread -- Time to say goodnight...or in this case, good morning.
Complete thread -- T12 to S4
Complete thread -- Informed consent was obtained and all questions were answered. The pa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- see link for betamethasone combo
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. confused about combo
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 clear preservative-free
Complete thread -- 1. combo 2. clear
Complete thread -- Once this was confirmed, a block was given with a solution consisting ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- correction "with a hammer"
Complete thread -- was at work, hit his hand with his hammer
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Fracture of the left fifth proximal phalan ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- corrections...s/b fingers
Complete thread -- got his finger stuck in a ?roller and it
Complete thread -- The patient is an unfortunate gentleman who ____ essentially removed a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "volarly"
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Open wounds to left middle and ring finger ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I think he's saying 20
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- I can't relisten because the clip is gone..Guy will have to verify for us.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Incorrect grammar ...s/b that once she lay down,
Complete thread -- when she was sitting up
Complete thread -- She tolerated the procedure well. Interestingly, I did mark the patie ...
Complete thread -- , a total of 20 mL used. ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everyone
Complete thread -- ^this. agree.
Complete thread -- No. Try..."where the tattoos were to be placed"
Complete thread -- I think he says for #1 "where the tattoos were in place"
Complete thread -- #2 epinephrine, a total of 1 mL was used.
Complete thread -- The patient was given IV sedation and prepped and draped in normal ste ...
Complete thread -- Right, which is why I didn't want to install it yet either. But what happened happened
Complete thread -- :) thanks. I was really hoping there was like some generic "chameleon" deal,
Complete thread -- I think you have it with Endocameleon, but sure don't know how to advise
Complete thread -- I just hear PT as well
Complete thread -- no he said PET the first time, the word. This blank sounded like PD or PT to me
Complete thread -- he said "pet" the first time, and not spelled out P-E-T?
Complete thread -- opinions, dictated s/l "chameleon scope." I found EndoCAMeleon (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- some info that might help: (sm)
Complete thread -- DOB
Complete thread -- Old right lateral rib fracture was noted. This was a ___ chest scan.
Complete thread -- Tooth #12, occlusal composite and sealant. Tooth #14, ____ composite ...
Complete thread -- p.s. thanks :)
Complete thread -- yeah, VR agrees with you. thanks
Complete thread -- that's the closest thing I can come up with. VR put...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??numerous?? (though I don't HEAR the "ous" part)
Complete thread -- near?
Complete thread -- numbered?
Complete thread -- It was noted that teeth #A and #J were ____ exfoliation. Dental carie ...
Complete thread -- There were _____ adhesions of the right lobe of the liver to the diaph ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- after first cleaning it of
Complete thread -- A Denver splint was applied to the external portion of the nose ____ b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think he wants "septal fractures and septal deformity"
Complete thread -- septal fractures and
Complete thread -- The CT scan confirmed nasal fractures as well as septal ____ septal de ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hematomata
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Septal deformity. 2. Septal fracture. ...
Complete thread -- Again, thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Muscular effort is graded at 4/5
Complete thread -- actually, here he is saying Patient Profile: She is married with etc.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- Consider participating in a ______ sports therapy program where
Complete thread -- Consider participating in an active sports therapy program ?
Complete thread -- Both injections may be accomplished in the same setting with a long ca ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- #2. Muscle _____ is graded at
Complete thread -- I think if hear #2 "muscular ____"
Complete thread -- are not detected
Complete thread -- 1. dermatomal abnormalities are not
Complete thread -- I think I hear #4 fall and
Complete thread -- #3 on the left forearm
Complete thread -- Undiminished reflexes of the lower extremities and ____ not protected ...
Complete thread -- nevermind you don't have to explain to me
Complete thread -- Looks like you just put "Normal Result (70% of normal)...and leave the rest of the
Complete thread -- you're doing what?
Complete thread -- i am still stumped but putting 70 in all places.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Well I'm glad you figured it out, because I was stumped.
Complete thread -- yeah. i can't post excel table as it is. i tried but this is what it is showing here.
Complete thread -- myospasm. There are ?tender.....is reduced
Complete thread -- Examination of the thoracic spine revealed tenderness in the mid thora ...
Complete thread -- Do you mean that is his template?
Complete thread -- Cervical Range of motion: Normal Result (% of normal) Forwa ...
Complete thread -- Ah. And I hear that ending of the sentence too.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort. actually there is a Cervical Range of motion normal.
Complete thread -- Sry, I can't get the blank.
Complete thread -- I guess since there is already a neck category that it would be "Cervical range of motion"
Complete thread -- I hear "Cervical: Range of motion" (I'm going back to listen for the rest)
Complete thread -- I'm so used to "The patient is a well-developed female"
Complete thread -- HEENT: Cranial nerves II through XII are intact. Mouth is without le ...
Complete thread -- (belatedly posted) Is this the nitpicker, as usual and unnecessary
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- You are absolutely right...my baaad. Sorry guy.
Complete thread -- that's one that I don't hyphenate behind the verb.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- participating in a ....or sports fitness program at (I think)
Complete thread -- Denies usage of illegal drugs. The patient states she uses occasional ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "The patient is well-developed. She is"
Complete thread -- The patient ____ she is married with 4 children, all adults ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She is not overeating or gaining weight at this time.
Complete thread -- She states the pain does not affect her sleep. She is not depressed a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- cytoreduction...see link
Complete thread -- S/L optimal sidal reduction.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- I know it might be considered line padding, but considering writing
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- portion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Currently, she states that her pain is unchanged overall. She reports ...
Complete thread -- That's what I heard too...but I wasn't sure
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- am hearing She seeks care and options for treatment
Complete thread -- seeks ..... (can't get second word, ____er)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "She seeks ____ options for treatment."
Complete thread -- Her lower back pain, she states, is relatively controlled at this time ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- correction Physicians Imaging Center (I think)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Physician Imaging Center"...see link...but do confirm
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- What city?
Complete thread -- #2 All-in-all
Complete thread -- Nylen-Barany (see link)
Complete thread -- This was performed at the ____ imaging center on 03-17-2015. ____ Mrs ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l oh-nylon bare-uh-nase testing was negative with head to the right and TIA!
Complete thread -- with the neural foramina appearing preserved.
Complete thread -- There was mild central stenosis with the neuroforamina ____ preserved. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- beyond adjacent ?posterior
Complete thread -- There is slightly narrow L2-L3 interspace which shows annular disc bul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 4 cm located at the right paraspinous musculature.
Complete thread -- The remaining study revealed the lipoma measuring 4 cm with ____ paras ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing Close.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying Clovis (yesterday we found that was close to Fresno)
Complete thread -- Fresno
Complete thread -- What city?
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- She also notes that the car was totaled in the accident. She believes ...
Complete thread -- I think he's trying to say the patient is 71 years old and had on
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everyone
Complete thread -- I think he means the seat-belted 71-year-old driver
Complete thread -- 71-year-old is the patient or the other driver?
Complete thread -- #2 ran a stop sign
Complete thread -- the 71-year-old driver. vehicle that ran a stop sign on
Complete thread -- The patient states that she was the seat-belted ____ driver in her 200 ...
Complete thread -- my employer said to not install ...too many bugs yet to work out.
Complete thread -- No matter which Windows you have, it periodically does updates. Be careful it doesn't
Complete thread -- For those of you who don't want to take the risk of updating to 10...
Complete thread -- mine hasn't said anything and I haven't asked
Complete thread -- no big problem except if your employer tells you there is.
Complete thread -- For those who were asking about Windows 10
Complete thread -- Bless you. I got "stuck" on auto and couldn't think of anything else.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Or maybe "oral lorazepam" ??
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "order lorazepam" ??
Complete thread -- Patient has alcoholism. We will use CIWA and s/l auto lorazepam. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear 'degenerative' too. I may just underline and flag. Thanks for your feedback!
Complete thread -- I probably hear what you hear...
Complete thread -- Ok, got what your saying. Thanks.
Complete thread -- What I hear does not make sense (see blank, please)
Complete thread -- I would not. If it would read....going up in a step-by-step pattern, I would as the noun
Complete thread -- Would you hyphenate step by step in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Oops...here's the job link
Complete thread -- got it - "to areolar" distance
Complete thread -- I dont think so. For instance, here is a job opening for one in Dubai (UAE). I just
Complete thread -- ptotic breast with a midclavicular to **talar** distance of 24 cm.
Complete thread -- I think your response below has it covered.
Complete thread -- does that mean you wouldn't use the word?
Complete thread -- I think the PubMed quotes were just mistranslations.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- thanks, Q. I did go ahead and use it but I flagged it with a note...
Complete thread -- Can't get the link directly to the articles...just type in orthopedician..there
Complete thread -- Trying again on the link
Complete thread -- Apparently it is an international term...and is used in PubMed articles. (see link) I
Complete thread -- Have to be very, very careful with guesses around here.
Complete thread -- orthopedician? I have never heard that word before, but it googles!
Complete thread -- Bingo ditto! ;)
Complete thread -- (yes, that ? was me too) thx poi
Complete thread -- thx, lb
Complete thread -- I agree with ? (taco?) Bingo!
Complete thread -- Lois pats you on the back for great effort. :)
Complete thread -- (my answer just was not as confident as poi's was)
Complete thread -- but but... "but reiterated" was my second guess below - don't I get a Bingo!?
Complete thread -- Bingo!
Complete thread -- No, female cowboy is the only other option.
Complete thread -- ahhh, ok , I see, thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- but reiterated she is happy
Complete thread -- maybe it is not a new sentence after (she reiterated that she is happy with blah blah...)
Complete thread -- i hear this too (?)
Complete thread -- WAG...but we interacted. ???
Complete thread -- but we have interacted. ??? that's the closest I can come.
Complete thread -- bu we will reiterate it? but reiterated? or something else entirely?
Complete thread -- *** was a difficult consultation due to her deafness but ____.
Complete thread -- #4 fimlin - fine needle?
Complete thread -- but isn't "male cowgirl" one of the many gender options we can choose from now?
Complete thread -- Female cowgirl (as opposed to a male cowgirl, I guess).
Complete thread -- check these references for "three-ring syringe" and "anesthesia"
Complete thread -- well, a reference is good too - here's one (scroll about halfway down)
Complete thread -- Here's a good description of a toe digital block (they go in
Complete thread -- Oh, you didn't have to write all that, Q. I don't think we had enough context anyway to
Complete thread -- While belatedly would be correct grammar ...docs don't
Complete thread -- I would use "and" (might help with bill coding)
Complete thread -- belated dictated? I don't think that works in any context, does it?
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is "belated"....but make sure it makes sense with your context.
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I found the same results on google, but hoped for better.
Complete thread -- three-way? (it gets very minimal support on a Google search)
Complete thread -- Topicalization is correct. I kept finding reference to English syntax, but found the
Complete thread -- After s/l topicalization of the nose, a flexible nasolaryngoscope was passed. TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l "three-wee" or "three-ring".. anesthesia. Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- thk you for reply
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Arthrex?
Complete thread -- her septum is probably Herceptin something.
Complete thread -- gap filling
Complete thread -- thk you for reply and suggestion...
Complete thread -- taxane-based regimen (not "taxane waste")
Complete thread -- #5 confer
Complete thread -- maybe next time put the s/l in parenthesis after blank so easier to read :)
Complete thread -- #2 hormone receptor positive
Complete thread -- #1 - "brain mets" means "brain metastases"
Complete thread -- wondering if essential is proximal?? or distal??
Complete thread -- I was thinking he was saying that, thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- gap filling
Complete thread -- Isn't there a J-angle in the knee? Maybe J-deformation. Just a guess, though.
Complete thread -- maybe Athrex screw? and essential may be correct
Complete thread -- Oxtellar XR
Complete thread -- I am open to any guesses :)
Complete thread -- knee surgery note 2 words
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He says it a few times
Complete thread -- what's the exact sentence/context (sounds might be blending from surrounding words)
Complete thread -- anticonvulsant that s/l ocutellar
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm wavering between "and" and "for." Is "and" better?
Complete thread -- why not take out comma and use "and"
Complete thread -- Is the comma correct?
Complete thread -- tried, but can't get it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There is no edema of the right ankle with no erythema, ecchymosis, or ...
Complete thread -- cowgirl
Complete thread -- i just don't hear that. i hear sort of perkowled
Complete thread -- there's a West Freehold Elementary, but I'm not hearing "west". see link
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 25-year-old athletic female ____ who injured ...
Complete thread -- Park Avenue Elementary
Complete thread -- never mind, guess it's NJ. looking...
Complete thread -- state, general area?
Complete thread -- 5th grader at ____elementary in Freehold. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- imo (I don't hear that "with")
Complete thread -- yeah but you need a period (full stop) in there somewhere before that don't you?
Complete thread -- m hearing "then compared to the contralateral shoulder and demonstrated full motion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- were then compared to
Complete thread -- *demonstrated
Complete thread -- can't get the 2nd blank except for the contralateral and demonstarted full motion
Complete thread -- scaption
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, the patient underwent manipulation unde ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and suturing between the medial, anterior, and?
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an extensive right ankle debridement wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A florid? (elaborately or excessively intricate or complicated)
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic subacromial decompressi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flurbiprofen (see link)
Complete thread -- Recommend a topical application of ____ with lidocaine to be applied t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- There is also limitation or There are also limitations
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I'm not sure. Could he be saying maneuverability?
Complete thread -- Examination of the ankle reveals a slightly swollen right ankle with d ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Denies military service. Does not smoke cigarettes.
Complete thread -- Marital status, he is married with 4 children. ____. He does not smo ...
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- On #4 I think he changed his mind to "weight and immobility."
Complete thread -- Stumbling #3 He is depressed about his pain. He is overeating etc
Complete thread -- #1 He has no history of falling or giving way in joints. No bladder or bowel (I think)
Complete thread -- Improved by back lying. ____ incontinence issues. ____ sleep, he has ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I wanted to add that all words made by adding prefixes or
Complete thread -- sore,
Complete thread -- (see link for suffix -ment)...it is correctly used at the end of "attest"...I would use it
Complete thread -- Pain is described as shooting, stabbing, ____ constant burning. Pain ...
Complete thread -- This is an s/l attestment to Dr. XX’s good work.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he says "him, he believes, in"
Complete thread -- Subsequently, he was evaluated and referred to Dr. Gill who saw ____ i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- orthopedic surgeon
Complete thread -- Dr Peter Simonian (Clovis, CA..near Fresno) for injury to the left knee
Complete thread -- He was originally evaluated by Dr. ____ to the left knee Newpor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. with empty container with cap on?
Complete thread -- and stepped on an empty (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- This is apparently a separate injury and involves an episode where the ...
Complete thread -- I bet U R right.
Complete thread -- I heard Yva (not Yea).
Complete thread -- Oh tyvm. I could only hear the "tive" part...
Complete thread -- Recurrent ulcerative
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I hear "Yea Husiggors" ...I find no such person on google, but that's not
Complete thread -- spelling s/b Adjustor
Complete thread -- Adjuster: ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Impossible to create correct sentence structure with a run-on sentence in
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS2 page 278...when the word "one" is used as a
Complete thread -- is the sentence structure correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- typo...1 a little bit etc
Complete thread -- Correction... 1 a little but
Complete thread -- The patient then had the humeral head (I think)
Complete thread -- Correction....I think he's saying "from a soft tissue standpoint"
Complete thread -- #1 No true Mumford
Complete thread -- I opened up the AC joint using shaver and electrocautery just to decom ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear "through a"
Complete thread -- #1 I hear "down to its native bed"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The first sentence has a challenge....if you put a comma
Complete thread -- after we mobilized it for repair back down to a lesser tuberosity whic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "she did have"
Complete thread -- Upon entering the shoulder, significant synovitis, significant tearing ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- various operative sites and
Complete thread -- is a 60-year-old male with a history of right-sided shoulder pain and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and extra time
Complete thread -- Of note, this requires 22 modifier due to severe complexity and diffic ...
Complete thread -- I just tried it again, and it still comes up blank...and I don't have a new antivirus
Complete thread -- thanks to you both. (Link worked for me too)
Complete thread -- works just fine when I click on it
Complete thread -- Link came up blank..but used the address shown and that worked
Complete thread -- It could...it would mean an area where lesions had been previously removed
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense and it is verifiable (link)
Complete thread -- Just realized all the weird things going on have to do with (sm)
Complete thread -- Does postoperative bed make sense here?
Complete thread -- My printer suddenly won't work as well. Ugh.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I don't know what is going on with my computer. (sm)
Complete thread -- typo thrombotic emboli
Complete thread -- thrombotic embolic (see link)
Complete thread -- 67-year-old man with no prior history of cardiac disease presented
Complete thread -- got it, treatment of... Thank you!
Complete thread -- lymphadenopathy of the neck despite ___ tonsillitis, he may require further investiga
Complete thread -- You're welcome, and that's nice of you to say.
Complete thread -- It is often hard to distinguish between the combining form and separate adjectives.
Complete thread -- I'd say tht is a preference thing & depending on how it was pronounced. either is
Complete thread -- anterior inferior=anteroinferior
Complete thread -- thank you taco! You are awesome!
Complete thread -- and the biggest abnormality was reduced B12 levels
Complete thread -- Scroll down to #5
Complete thread -- I would only put one after small. (as the two adjectives are inter-
Complete thread -- A short explanation of the question, mostly for cancer MTs reports sm
Complete thread -- She has had some blood tests and _____ with reduced B12 levels.
Complete thread -- I'd put one after small and another after vertebra, but that's
Complete thread -- Is comma needed here in sentence?
Complete thread -- good job!
Complete thread -- he hesitated between any and thing so that threw me. Anything to eat
Complete thread -- anything to eat?
Complete thread -- fainting? (due to the lightheadedness?)
Complete thread -- steriod injection reaction
Complete thread -- Thanks, I am reading up on it but still unsure :) QA question for me.
Complete thread -- by reading, s/l they are 2 different things. too much to read to explain it, but there is
Complete thread -- Difference between myeloid blast crisis and myelodysplastic crisis?
Complete thread -- Huge military town *Air Force* and very
Complete thread -- My moniker on the word board for 2 years!!! :0
Complete thread -- No one's talking about the answers given. The nitpicking and umbrella talk is what needs
Complete thread -- even if OP didnt return, if someone had a really good answer, then it could go into
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- Because that is how you work it taco and routine to beat up and bully, we can see it!
Complete thread -- I said there was one right answer; I didn't say I knew what it was, but I DO know what it
Complete thread -- Actually, you're just assuming it was a right answer. We really don't know.
Complete thread -- phew! Hard to tell with all the reaching. : )
Complete thread -- I think you have a good point.
Complete thread -- I agree with BPPA (the Dr. Apippa thing was a joke)
Complete thread -- Can y'all just zip it? The OP didn't even return.
Complete thread -- hmm sounds like might have left out a word after lithesis ___versus etc?
Complete thread -- ^ can we get a couple umbrellas?
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- yep, this "could be" a consideration too, Dr. Apippo
Complete thread -- So T Taco, your postings ARE considered the right answers, fact,“period”, not opinions.?
Complete thread -- It's a long list of benefits; PIPO would have protective effects carotid artery
Complete thread -- or maybe it was Dr. Apippo who did the endarterectomy?
Complete thread -- actually, the "pippo" may not even go with the carotid - since in the next
Complete thread -- I agree with you, T. This isn't a med given in the US and really doesn't fit the context.
Complete thread -- There is one right answer and infinite wrong answers - it is not about anyone's "opinion."
Complete thread -- Incidently taco, I did not post PIPO as you thought and " JER" has a right to opinion too
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Don't start, I'm entitled to an opinion without your comments. If
Complete thread -- Great guess, 7 - this answer actually fits the context nicely.
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me. XR- Increased listhesis s/l versus L4-L5
Complete thread -- nope, nope - I can Google for myself and find the same info, but it doesn't fit here.
Complete thread -- how about BPPA (bovine pericardium patch angioplasty)
Complete thread -- here is link, it reduces cerebral infarction(messing with carotids can cause infarction
Complete thread -- I can see how it fits, esp with carotids arteries sm
Complete thread -- I also noted that guy's post came before the helper who mentioned the commas.
Complete thread -- I thought so too until I actually clicked on the message and read the inside.
Complete thread -- I don't see how that fits at all here. It's not even a U.S. medication.
Complete thread -- dang, chuckle, I think you got it Q
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- PIPO (pipoxolan)?
Complete thread -- thought he said 'got it' to the commas
Complete thread -- He has also had a left carotid endarterectomy with *a pippo* in the past
Complete thread -- guy already figured it out
Complete thread -- ..performed a subacromial decompression. There was diffuse bursitis....
Complete thread -- ...and then I entered the subacromial space and
Complete thread -- no commas around what appeared to be
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- I debrided, what appeared to be, a partial-thickness rotator cuff tear ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get the blank.
Complete thread -- thk u
Complete thread -- thk u
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Not your blank....but in the body of the paragraph
Complete thread -- s/b...and was consented
Complete thread -- See if it might be Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia. (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient has left arm pain and numbness from her elbow to her small ...
Complete thread -- gap filling
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also s/b C8 (not CA)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but does have
Complete thread -- The patient has weakness of his left hand. He has atrophy of his intr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- BTW...meant to say also...good going!
Complete thread -- Do you think he might have said "did" ...it would be consistent with the rest
Complete thread -- thank you - and thank you, I am going back to relisten. Have a great day!
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry. Also see message
Complete thread -- I do not believe that she needed a?
Complete thread -- rider....also R U sure he said "would" and not "could" (I'm just wondering)
Complete thread -- The patient did have some mild chondromalacia of the glenoid, approxim ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- s/l writer or rider? `
Complete thread -- Also typo...s/b the patient's
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "into the"...and correction "space, the" (I think)
Complete thread -- After evaluating the patient intraarticular component of the shoulder ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Also I hear "11:30 through approximately"
Complete thread -- There was partial tearing of the
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the glenohumeral joint revealed fraying and tearing of t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Sorry. It's an unusual name for a city...I didn't realize.
Complete thread -- Dr David Elkon (see link)
Complete thread -- Warner Robins
Complete thread -- What city?
Complete thread -- No lymph nodes were positive. She did have radiation of the left brea ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops...see link for google results
Complete thread -- rad seems to google okay...I wouldn't expand it unless it is client preference
Complete thread -- melanoma, left eye, status post _____ treatment. s/l rad
Complete thread -- "which looks like" works...when I listened I wanted it to
Complete thread -- sorry. pls ignore. wav deleted.
Complete thread -- i am hearing Insulin dependent diabetes "which looks like" poorly controlled.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Anemia fairly pronounced. Last...At this point, colonoscopy
Complete thread -- Dr. Cunningham due to her irregular heart rate which apparently came b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- correction. "His sugars he notes are going between etc"
Complete thread -- I think he stumbles and it s/b "His sugars he notes are currently etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- looks like
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Insulin dependent diabetes with ____ poor contr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- orthopedic surgeon
Complete thread -- I find an orthopedist in Sebastopol, CA...Dr Bruce Bragonier
Complete thread -- He is currently due for a knee replacement by Dr. ____. Califor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a slow-release iron supplement (singular)
Complete thread -- Initially, the bleeding was few drops and now it is more consistent. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "will be able to rule out any sign of ulcerative colitis."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thank for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- Good show!
Complete thread -- In terms of his symptoms, they are unusual, not really specific for an ...
Complete thread -- recalled. Second hip was also replaced. Left elbow surgery also.
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear "recalled, second hip ____ replaced ____
Complete thread -- #2 recalled
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "degenerative"
Complete thread -- The patient is on disability for ____ problems due to his heavy work a ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Oops...I forgot hyphens...double-row fixation (dual-row fixation) because compound
Complete thread -- This does not (doesn't) occur if
Complete thread -- I think I hear "This doesn't occur if he eats etc"
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- double row fixation (also apparently called dual row fixation) (see link)
Complete thread -- There is crampy pain, flushing, nausea, vomiting, and some diarrhea. _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- shoulder arthroscopic rotator cuff repair with s/l dell-uh-row fixation. TIA!
Complete thread -- #2 Corrects himself to: states that maybe there is etc
Complete thread -- #1 Corrects himself to: some sort of issue
Complete thread -- He came in telling me that he has ____ issue with his digestion. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think antalgic works - as a posture or gait assumed so as to lessen pain
Complete thread -- patient has s/l antalgic and is tearful. TIA!
Complete thread -- duh, it's brief
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ventral hernia
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Bundle branch block, pericarditis ____ P ...
Complete thread -- it is a doctors name (fwiw)
Complete thread -- I always get old wav forever, so guessing means (a particular special clinic these areas)
Complete thread -- lasting only seconds of *breach* palpitation
Complete thread -- cc: ____
Complete thread -- a guess. Since taking Synthroid, maybe slanging propo= sm
Complete thread -- agree tenting sm
Complete thread -- Promethazine with codeine, Spiriva, _________, Synthroid, calcium, aspirin, iron ...
Complete thread -- dorsal lesions on the hand, then more on the wrist and one (and ? actually on the distal
Complete thread -- maybe that more is actually one (I can't tell now)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- then more on the wrist and one actually on the distal forearm
Complete thread -- The right hand has 3 dorsal lesions on the hand, then 1 on the wrist a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. these blanks were left unanswered below.
Complete thread -- same as below...on the open road...or the areas of
Complete thread -- He is currently working as a truck driver. He is driving quite a bit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 3 dorsal lesions, more(?) on the wrist...
Complete thread -- The right hand has ____ dorsal lesion on the hand, then 1 on the wrist ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- superficial ulcers, benign
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- are hyperparakeratosis focal ________
Complete thread -- Apparently, the pathology biopsy that I have is that these ____ benign ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- lesions of interest? hyperkeratotic right hand lesions...condition stabilized, these...
Complete thread -- The regions of interest are 3 ____ lesions, 1 on the left hand. He is ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I guess it could be 2 lesions (somewhere else) and then the ones on the hands.
Complete thread -- he clearly says two lesions and then says 3 on the right and 1 on the left
Complete thread -- 2 lesions removed (which makes no sense)...on the open road....areas of skin change
Complete thread -- *The patient re-presented on 07/07/2015. He wants to know if he can h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- ______________externalized?? Sorry can't get it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he is saying more
Complete thread -- the second suture
Complete thread -- Three 10-0 nylon sutures were used to close the corneal incision. I/A ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- haptics at an angle?
Complete thread -- An Alcon MTA4UO power 24.0 lens was gently slid into the anterior cham ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 69?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. what age?
Complete thread -- undergoing ?
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY: The patient is a ___-year-old lady who is cu ...
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY: The patient is a ___-year-old lady ...
Complete thread -- thanks...definitely sounds like tenting, but just thought I'd get opinion
Complete thread -- tenting.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't hazard a guess on that one without hearing it.
Complete thread -- tenting or tending pls sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the "share" It certainly worth the read and cautionary considerations
Complete thread -- How about, If there is any cause, I will make arrangements....
Complete thread -- Does that make sense: If there is any causal????
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- causal? (expressing or indicating a cause)
Complete thread -- (i.e., hormone replacement therapy)
Complete thread -- thank you-using what I hear clearly
Complete thread -- plan for MRI
Complete thread -- oh thank you. You deserve a pie.
Complete thread -- limb threat?
Complete thread -- HRT
Complete thread -- Left lower extremity extensive deep venous thrombosis. Concern for "limb tech"
Complete thread -- somebody asked about this "word" 8 years ago and got no answer
Complete thread -- s/l...a-try-teet...sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying hyperlax?
Complete thread -- s/l hyperlaxed (knee exam)
Complete thread -- #2 verbalized understanding... something... next paragraph?
Complete thread -- oh my. Sounds like he's in a bubble.
Complete thread -- PLAN: The patient has been recommended to bring her MRI as well as the ...
Complete thread -- I'd do plus-plus
Complete thread -- how to type "plus plus bruising" (not allowed to use symbols) plus/plus plus-plus??
Complete thread -- and maybe the RT is retinal tear...
Complete thread -- RRD=rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
Complete thread -- well, I have to spell them out, but OD and OS should have a comma before them.
Complete thread -- (oops... obviously that'd be the other way around) RD=retinal detachment
Complete thread -- I am more looking at placement, spacing, and comma use
Complete thread -- and OS/OD (as below) are for right/left eye...
Complete thread -- not sure about RD, but RT is probably retinal detachment
Complete thread -- PPV is pars plana vitrectomy
Complete thread -- Really all of them. I have verified some separately, but want to be s ...
Complete thread -- okay thanks taco.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't assume anything I couldn't hear clearly, so I'd probably flag
Complete thread -- the OD and OS are for right eye and left eye, which I don't think would be combined with
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi and taco. I'll listen again.
Complete thread -- good question - which ones are you wondering about? all of 'em?
Complete thread -- poi has a good guess - that or maybe *esophageal* motility disorder.
Complete thread -- are you questioning all of these or have you verified some?
Complete thread -- GI motility disorder (gastrointestinal motility disorder)?
Complete thread -- 34-year-old man in for cardiology consultation due to
Complete thread -- pt has a history of Mycobacterium avium intracellulare infection. Would you
Complete thread -- Trying to verify acronyms...do these make sense? Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Sputum AFB _____ every a.m. x3. (sounds like A M I)
Complete thread -- thank you taco!!!!
Complete thread -- *the* process of surgery and attendant risk before...
Complete thread -- I have explained to her to process of surgery ___ before and I have once again highli
Complete thread -- thanks all. I already downloaded it but postponed the installment because I'm a little
Complete thread -- I've heard from a few who love it, said it makes some things a lot easier & faster.
Complete thread -- Here's a Forbes more current article (August 17)
Complete thread -- Misquote...it was PC Magazine
Complete thread -- Here's the article I read (see link)
Complete thread -- Great thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks will pull up article in PC computer Magazine (no OP)
Complete thread -- yep ypu had it PISQI= (Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index-PSQI),
Complete thread -- I would not...see link, go to item 5.
Complete thread -- • I have discused with her skin elasticty (that's all I hear) -
Complete thread -- fwiw I read a PC Computer Magazine review which said it is not worth
Complete thread -- disregard got this post in the wrong thread
Complete thread -- Is comma required after healthy-appearing?
Complete thread -- oh - I see... that's the wav for the post below, not here.
Complete thread -- where do you hear that?
Complete thread -- I have discused with her skin elasticty (that's all I hear)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'd leave it too (but it would be unable to be trimmed or not able to be...)
Complete thread -- I would leave it if that's what he dictated.
Complete thread -- untrimmable? No such word that I can find. what to use?
Complete thread -- great! glad that works
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I listened again (and again - LOL) and I now believe she is saying
Complete thread -- hmmm. interesting. Thank you very much. Glad you found something. I came up
Complete thread -- I'm finding a Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index with that acronym, but I don't see how it
Complete thread -- I think he probably meant Ventralight. blanked it and sent on.
Complete thread -- Ventralex?
Complete thread -- P-I-S-Q-I. please see msg.
Complete thread -- s/l Ventratech, Ventratek mesh?
Complete thread -- anybody here have windows 10? is it worth it to upgrade from 7? I have a hard time
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he just says next paragraph and start from there.
Complete thread -- what comes before the blank? I'm just getting "I have discussed"
Complete thread -- ____ discussed today and feel that it is more important to treat her s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- recovered well
Complete thread -- She did have in 2007 a transconjunctival lower lid blepharoplasty with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr Amy Nance (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient had an Oncotype test done and a decision was made in Decem ...
Complete thread -- Thank you; I somehow totally missed that! :( nm
Complete thread -- double-minded myself.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing ptotic.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "very ptotic" ???
Complete thread -- Don't feel comfortable with "tight"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "She is very tight"
Complete thread -- Physical examination today reveals the patient has very large pendulou ...
Complete thread -- actually barrel or barrow was my second guess too (gmta)...I just wasn't
Complete thread -- Could he be saying barrel (see link)
Complete thread -- my thought too, but I am hearing 2 syllables
Complete thread -- I find Heimlich valve and chest tube, but it doesn't s/l valve
Complete thread -- He went home with a Heimlich _______ and chest tube
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I find a Dr Carl Fackler (ortho) about 20 minutes from Macon in Tiger
Complete thread -- I have discussed my support in her gaining weight and doing whatever D ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- less of an
Complete thread -- If she gains weight, like she hopes she will, this will probably be __ ...
Complete thread -- completion angiography was (no of). Definitely "limb"(not lens).I didn't really hear sm
Complete thread -- oh, geez, genotypic.
Complete thread -- Of note, due to his low viremia, the lab will not be able to conduct a ...
Complete thread -- Not sure, but statement is inconsistent: Max asst with lower body dressing; then, moderate
Complete thread -- An 86-y/o female in acute rehabilitation center. /sm
Complete thread -- thank you! Questyr!
Complete thread -- ahhh, ok thank you!
Complete thread -- I think if hear "which is long"
Complete thread -- I can sorta hear that and it makes sense.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too (now) - "true lumen of the"
Complete thread -- yep, i heard that too...just posted.
Complete thread -- click on the Find Box at the top for highlighting of true lumen
Complete thread -- iliac lens? can't get your blank, but lens just doesn't ring a bell. s/l iliac limbs were
Complete thread -- I dunno but I hear iliac "limbs" not "lens"
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is "true lumen of the"....see link
Complete thread -- by refloating the pigtail catheter through the _____ stent graft, passing above L1
Complete thread -- all I know is I thought I heard "neither" and agree on "still" being in it. Anyway, it's
Complete thread -- I can hear that and think it's a tired ESL trying to say he's had it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- anyone hear "since long" but what would that mean?
Complete thread -- But it *is* indeterminate, isn't it? At least, that's my reading
Complete thread -- a pigmented lesion over his right scapula ___ and a fleshy exuberant smooth lesion in
Complete thread -- you should re-listen for the word "still" in there
Complete thread -- yea, i heard something about power injector/injection yadayada
Complete thread -- 2nd blank is something about "power injection through the pigtail ... (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Neither still thinks it is
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- For #2 I hear "__________ changed to the pigtail catheter"
Complete thread -- #2 pressure tubing from the power injector to the pigtail
Complete thread -- sorry, my bad
Complete thread -- this is an MP3
Complete thread -- fluoroscopic guidance _____ advanced the wire up the external iliac
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- soft wire and _____. The pigtail AND pressure tube _____ pigtail catheter
Complete thread -- that's the new wav (post above) - this was a different wav
Complete thread -- I don't hear BI-RADS 3 on the wav, I do hear this sm
Complete thread -- see link for corneal trephine blade
Complete thread -- Might there be another syllable...???trephine blade(s)???
Complete thread -- Wonder if plates=blade(s) ??
Complete thread -- I think it could be "We both still think it is indeterminate"
Complete thread -- holy cow! I hear that now! Thank you Questyr!
Complete thread -- WAG....???Neither of us???
Complete thread -- ____ thinks its indeterminate and it has developed between 2010 and 2013.
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!!!
Complete thread -- I guess it is BI-RADS
Complete thread -- BIRADS 3
Complete thread -- any one else for the second blank??
Complete thread -- marked?
Complete thread -- this ___ calcification is stable but it is indeterminate ____
Complete thread -- thank you b k l o l i!
Complete thread -- sounds to me like she's just sorta stumbling over marking?
Complete thread -- help please!
Complete thread -- I am asking for an ultrasound-guided ___ marking with *** prior
Complete thread -- last time I heard a "pie" term in eye surgery, it turned out to be "light pipe" -
Complete thread -- Sure did look, could not find "pie" (plates) I think referring to the
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- clock positions using #17 *pie plates* through clear cornea
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- can it be "pointed"
Complete thread -- Where is the fracture?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "two _____ reduction"
Complete thread -- Once the fracture edges were debrided, ____ reduction clamps were used ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- release, there was immediate refill of all the fingers. (I think)
Complete thread -- Upon tourniquet release, it was immediately ____ fingers. The wound w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- suck
Complete thread -- Distal locking screws were then placed as 1 cortical screw was used to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Meaning "reduce (the fracture) and maintain the reduction"...but I'd give it to him as he
Complete thread -- I think he's stumbling and trying to say "reduce and maintain"
Complete thread -- K-wires were used to help reduce ____ maintain the reduction. ...
Complete thread -- very common, surgical marking pen for the skin
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #2 Light
Complete thread -- #2. Light transmission
Complete thread -- Light
Complete thread -- #1 There was a lot of
Complete thread -- Disregard "skin pin"....I found a picture of it being marked with pen..sorry
Complete thread -- The scope was reinserted to verify complete separation of the ligament ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not sure about *saving*, but can't think what else it would be
Complete thread -- The transverse....fully excluding all tissue and saving the?
Complete thread -- dictionary is showing plural is leaves -sorry
Complete thread -- leafs
Complete thread -- I do see it is hip...I'm wondering if skin pin is used for various orthopedic
Complete thread -- A second pass was done to confirm that the ligament was fully separate ...
Complete thread -- am I reading the wrong place? that is for hip pinning....
Complete thread -- that is @ SCFE pinning procedure! different story
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bouncing the palmar skin and fat and the blade of the scope
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Scroll down to the paragraph above Methods
Complete thread -- I'm not sure...but there is also such a thing as a skin pin (see link)
Complete thread -- I hear "location of the pisiform and the hamulus. The axis of the 4th ray etc"
Complete thread -- The edge of the ligament was identified by ____ the palmar skin and fa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The axis of the fourth ray
Complete thread -- (no distal forearm)
Complete thread -- location of the pisiform and the hamulus
Complete thread -- A skin pen was used to mark the location of the distal forearm ____ of ...
Complete thread -- thank you :)