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Complete thread -- tx~
Complete thread -- I would leave as you have it. The trend is toward less commas
Complete thread -- agreeeeee - wouldn't add anything
Complete thread -- learned a new one, had to double check (SM). Wonder if chatter is isthmus "contact" tho"
Complete thread -- point well
Complete thread -- No, unfortunately.
Complete thread -- OK, thanks!
Complete thread -- any chance of a sound file?
Complete thread -- sorry, don't know s/l, but would hyphenate Age-appropriate
Complete thread -- MRI brain report and a doctor with a French accent!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- Trim-It pins. see link
Complete thread -- COMPONENTS USED: Twist-off screws x2, ____> pins x3. Proce ...
Complete thread -- spiced...
Complete thread -- sure sounds like that, but I agree to flag. I've never heard of that in a bone surgery
Complete thread -- i doubut it though. i think i will flag it. thanks anyway. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- quartering?
Complete thread -- The oscillating saw was used for ____ the bone. ...
Complete thread -- it's isthmic. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- we had good s/l issmit chatter
Complete thread -- so is mixing rum and Coke
Complete thread -- I take that back, mixing is...good grief.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- ...are acceptable... LOL!
Complete thread -- sorry! Wish this site had spellcheck when posting :)
Complete thread -- Mixing English and Latin expressions is acceptable...q.10 days
Complete thread -- Fukushima?
Complete thread -- phosphorus, no "o" near the end.
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- if doc dictates q 10 days, you change to every 10 days, right?
Complete thread -- I would too, if you are allowed. We expand all slang, and I'd say that is slang.
Complete thread -- if allowed, I would certainly expand it or anything else they would let you.
Complete thread -- thanks, I flagged I will post if it comes back.
Complete thread -- would phos be expanded in this?
Complete thread -- its from Padgett Instruments - don't know if this could be used in brain surgery
Complete thread -- I came across a Sheen retractor.
Complete thread -- I found a "Seeburger" that is an orthopedic retractor
Complete thread -- I can hear "vault" now. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- no, wish I could.
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- I hear vault
Complete thread -- wall fixation?
Complete thread -- s/l sheem or sheemer retractor? Hope someone is still here (!)
Complete thread -- I went to other computer and listened: maybe vault?
Complete thread -- I thought of that, but it doesn't sound like it.
Complete thread -- can't listen, but is it ligament?
Complete thread -- Patient with stage IV pelvic organ prolapse....
Complete thread -- And have a good weekend...I am outta here!
Complete thread -- Really, Lois? I always pictured you as a brunette.
Complete thread -- blonde moment, here is the link
Complete thread -- see link - maybe its on the list, but here are the M's that I found
Complete thread -- they don't leave a name, but on several posts above it is easy enough to ID the author...
Complete thread -- Sorry, Yes to 130.. definitely not 160
Complete thread -- I'd think he's correcting himself - 130 is a more common LDL goal (SM)
Complete thread -- none, neither. flag. usually should aim for an LDL level below 130 mg/dL (3.4 mmol/L).
Complete thread -- It would have been helpful if you had given the complete sentence that was dictated with
Complete thread -- pelvic brim is the edge of the pelvic inlet
Complete thread -- not sure if doc is correcting self or ?? what is your opinion?
Complete thread -- Had to move on. Thank you, however.
Complete thread -- I have looked everywhere for the name of what is either
Complete thread -- thank you!!! :)
Complete thread -- see: treadle
Complete thread -- s/l truddle? truttle?
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- I wouldn't add anything, even if not verbatim. They know what they mean.
Complete thread -- My accounts are verbatim, so I don't add (or assume).
Complete thread -- doctor did not dictate "international units or mg"... would you add?
Complete thread -- are you an MT? You must keep your QA people busy with all those errors.
Complete thread -- that is what I thought. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I would. the photos are from Wound Care.
Complete thread -- would you cap Wound Care in this instance? or leave as lowercase?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- urogenital
Complete thread -- Urogynecology note
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- open reduction and internal fixtion (2 things) so, I usually
Complete thread -- open reduction internal fixation bimalleolar fracture - comma needed?
Complete thread -- oh... post caffeine bolus she is saying appendicular
Complete thread -- no withdrawal to a variety of noxious stimuli, both axial and "app a sticular"
Complete thread -- iliums (not ileums); pelvic rim (not brim)
Complete thread -- what's google?
Complete thread -- orthocyanosis
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- Ok...I was thinking. He does well on the capsules - BUT, since you can't break them
Complete thread -- Yo, dude!
Complete thread -- actually, looks like poster asked about just the word myotendinous, asking if it is a word
Complete thread -- Hi Lois!
Complete thread -- Tablets are scored (to be able to break in half easily). The capsules are not.
Complete thread -- 2-1/2 not 2 and 1/2. Tablets "who" score doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- I have a usb mouse...still does it.
Complete thread -- does this make sense? and is the the 2 and 1/2 typed right?
Complete thread -- look down the page at the very next post, before all the nasty posts came in...
Complete thread -- poster asked about insertion, not junction. Google shows tendinous insertion 20,000 hits.
Complete thread -- I am going to try a usb mouse and turn off the mouse on laptop
Complete thread -- dienestrol, megestrol ??
Complete thread -- and it required dilatation ??
Complete thread -- Med list - s/l ___ "imastrol". MEDICATIONS: "Imastrol", multivitamins, and calcium.
Complete thread -- the surgical site and _________ dilatation.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Do you mean *YOU'RE welcome.
Complete thread -- myotendinous junction (did you try looking that up?)
Complete thread -- I have no idea, I didn't write that and since nobody leaves their name - we don't know who
Complete thread -- It is about the helper, expect instance response. Helper does all the time. Read all posts
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- agree run run- parlay your med term. to another job skill. (AAPC.com) I would sm
Complete thread -- Agree about courtesy. I just didn't get if they were saying shame on the OP or the helper?
Complete thread -- docs says "myo tendinous" insertion-is this a word?
Complete thread -- radial=radiolucency) lucency in the femur heads proximally,
Complete thread -- Poi, this happens to me too, but since I use my mouse I can't turn it off. It sure slows
Complete thread -- If an OP gets their answer, it is just courtesy to say thanks or something, just so we
Complete thread -- shame on who? what poster? hit, run, hide??? what the heck do you mean?
Complete thread -- this is how I would do it see message
Complete thread -- agree or may hear (on another report) cyanosis in the perioral area. nm
Complete thread -- ahh I know who this poster is. Shame on you. Hit, run, hide. 'tst 'tst
Complete thread -- Be kind to those around you. Helpers cannot afford to wait around sm
Complete thread -- OK, didn't mean to get all disgruntled on ya...
Complete thread -- I did ask for help and I did not ignore the answer. I was in a long report. Sorry! I am
Complete thread -- you ARE welcome, that is.
Complete thread -- come on... why do you ask for help and then ignore the answer?
Complete thread -- there should be a button on your laptop to turn on/off the mouse.
Complete thread -- 1st one is a verb (an action - something someone does) so is 2 words - "will follow up"
Complete thread -- wanting to make sure I am using follow-up correctly...used twice
Complete thread -- Microsoft Word Help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- confused
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- not there.
Complete thread -- she seems to be ____ on what needs to be done.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- Levaquin, not Lyrica.
Complete thread -- no hyphen
Complete thread -- would you need to hyphenate "constant altered sensation"?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- football - when the defensive players all run at the quarterback.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- what's a blitz? what sport is that?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Can't hear that. I'm thinking maybe oral cyanosis a bit garbled.
Complete thread -- positive for toxigenic C. diff. _________ positive.
Complete thread -- codeine, Lyrica, penicillin, __________ sulfa.
Complete thread -- AANS (dictated double-A N S).
Complete thread -- listen for acrocyanosis.
Complete thread -- I'd just leave it, since it's evaluation of the sacroiliac (SI) joint.
Complete thread -- s/l ortocyanosis
Complete thread -- serving on a variety of committees for the CNS, ____, and the North Am ...
Complete thread -- That's it! thanks a ton!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ran a blitz.
Complete thread -- away?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l ablitz or uplance
Complete thread -- 200 oral or poster presentations
Complete thread -- does c5 through t1 go to the sentence before or after (where is the period)?
Complete thread -- run while you still have feet!!
Complete thread -- ...Tyrer-Cuzick.
Complete thread -- just found "Tyrer-Cusick", see if that's TC.
Complete thread -- no abnormal lucencies or abnormalities, "interior external" to the pelvic bri
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'll try a sounds like- "lifetime TC tire Q6- capital T, capital C, lifetime risk"
Complete thread -- is he saying cutis laxa? ...
Complete thread -- In addition, he has published 18 book chapters and has had 200 ____ p ...
Complete thread -- wav sent! thanks!
Complete thread -- I cannot document "SI challenge test"
Complete thread -- well, first word is acute...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: ____ of the neck. ...
Complete thread -- with EMR and voice recognition, are MT jobs likely to stay around for much longer at
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- s/l maybe erythropoietin (Procrit) ?
Complete thread -- Halcion 0.25 mg p.r.n., ___________, Zocor, Vesicare
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- go with what you hear..I think either is okay. You either hear the 's' or you don't.
Complete thread -- The sesamoid was then visualized and care was taken to *reflect/resect ...
Complete thread -- If it is "dialysis" it would most likely be "equilibrium dialysis"
Complete thread -- that was my suggestion based on a google hit (sm)
Complete thread -- Yes - she is a foreign speaker and I could not catch what she was afte ...
Complete thread -- is that dialys part of your s/l?
Complete thread -- LH? (The LH blood test measures the amount of luteinizing hormone )
Complete thread -- Endocrinology
Complete thread -- I did :)
Complete thread -- perhaps best to flag then.
Complete thread -- thank you... I just wanted to be sure it was clear :)
Complete thread -- LOL! I have no idea because he never mentioned that =/
Complete thread -- yes as dictated. The scope was passed (inserted/placed) past the hepatic flexure
Complete thread -- is the pt moving to Nicaragua? Sounds like she is going somewhere
Complete thread -- sounds like he says "Nicaragua" ??? what could he mean to be saying?
Complete thread -- would you type it this way? doc dictated it this way. "scope was passed past the (sm)
Complete thread -- I would not comma... the relief lasted for 3 months.
Complete thread -- correct punctuation
Complete thread -- i also wish i knew diagnoses
Complete thread -- s/l "methotrexate" injection??
Complete thread -- what are the diagnoses?
Complete thread -- I hear: The vascularization in the retina.....
Complete thread -- she also ____ injection
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. flagged
Complete thread -- He is diabetic and we do not have anything to offer him in the hospital. Past medical his
Complete thread -- agree...I sorta here all that too.
Complete thread -- sorry....too fast for me! can you slow it down a tad and maybe get it?
Complete thread -- and we do not have anything to offer (to him?). . . (there is more that I can't get).
Complete thread -- cathartic... (did you Google?)
Complete thread -- He is not interested in any cortisone shots. He is diabetic, and we a ...
Complete thread -- agent for constipation...sm
Complete thread -- and he gets so weak?
Complete thread -- nope...i heard the ending. sorry
Complete thread -- ounces a day...
Complete thread -- I have 2 blanks - MP3 uploaded. Thanks!
Complete thread -- vagotomy???
Complete thread -- s/l...____gotomy ....sm
Complete thread -- I believe that X is not drinking enough fluids _____. He is only taking about 40
Complete thread -- Thought it was O thanks.
Complete thread -- bolus (feed) tube feeds.
Complete thread -- yep, all I hear is static, then "impression: (colon)
Complete thread -- history tufting enteropathy parenteral nutrition and management
Complete thread -- MP3 file
Complete thread -- are you sure that is the right wav? Needs to be more leading if so.
Complete thread -- x-ray knee. there is ___ calcification
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi
Complete thread -- ankle pain
Complete thread -- Chronic ____status post fusion.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- looking for antinausea/vomiting drug, s/l rev-ov sm for sentence
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! Funny how 1 little piece of punctuation makes all the difference.
Complete thread -- I think elements could work, the different elements that make up the
Complete thread -- lining - Atherosclerosis is a type of arteriosclerosis that affects only the inner lining
Complete thread -- posterior column element swelling? Is that word "element" correct
Complete thread -- chronic renal failure
Complete thread -- I agree with this, except that I think it should be lengths, because
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks!!
Complete thread -- comma after length?
Complete thread -- Ty. I will look at the link. She says it like "Fay," but she has been known to mispronou
Complete thread -- Something doesn't seem right with this sentence. Any help?
Complete thread -- both should be "e."
Complete thread -- 2nd one is definitely correct, but 1st one might be the rare use of "effect" as a verb.
Complete thread -- two affect/effect inside: are they right? thx
Complete thread -- ?Dr. Ray (orthopedic) sm.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to put PTK and flag it. Not sure why she would see a hem/onc for PTK.
Complete thread -- Tradjenta
Complete thread -- It does sound like PTK.
Complete thread -- thank you both. I wish I could grasp that where I knew every time without question :(
Complete thread -- I also hear PTK, but there's no mention of an eye procedure.
Complete thread -- DPP-4 inhibitor s/l tar-jet-uh TIA!
Complete thread -- oops, I think I hear the patient's name in there...
Complete thread -- Francis T. Ferraro, MD ?? (The page has a link for doctor names)
Complete thread -- s/l PTK to me - did pt have an eye procedure?
Complete thread -- Spine surgery by Dr. s/l Fay at Mercy Hosp in Pittsburgh. I can't find anything. Hel
Complete thread -- BTK??? just a guess. K is in there.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- woo hoo!
Complete thread -- followup
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- That might really be it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- follow up versus followup versus follow-up
Complete thread -- wait, how about hematosalpinx?
Complete thread -- a loculated structure makes sense, but no idea what the "metasalping" is.
Complete thread -- 2 questions- does loculated make sense here? pretty clear- also metasalping?
Complete thread -- supraclavicular muscle
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I would not change it. I'd put a comma pain, otherwise specified as dictated and
Complete thread -- Dr dictates "Chest pain otherwise specified"
Complete thread -- crossing
Complete thread -- Got it! Phthisis.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- A fluctuant mass noted in the right neck, not *closing* the midline or involving
Complete thread -- This is a short note, flagging and moving on. Thanks though
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- my guess is saying "clinda," meaning the irrigant contains clindamycin.
Complete thread -- trend now is to drop apostrophe, named after a physician Down
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sl/l clenda irrigation
Complete thread -- auditory hallucinations
Complete thread -- small cell lung cancer, bronchitis, sinusitis, ______ known obstructive sleep apn
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I added it everywhere! Even saved report. Also added Luria-Nebraska Battery and
Complete thread -- Thanks for that. I had to add it to my Stedman's Neuro book.
Complete thread -- yw
Complete thread -- I was just giving up! Thanks so much. I thought it was flurry I was hearing.
Complete thread -- he Luria manual sequencing task, in which the patient is asked to tap the table with a fis
Complete thread -- wav file. a neuro exam for a lot of things. I will list below
Complete thread -- Down's not Downs
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- did discuss that as an interim measure, we might try
Complete thread -- some drug manufacturers use all caps on website, labeling, etc. but just cap first letter.
Complete thread -- s/l interim measure-sound correct?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- CL&P - Connecticut Light and power
Complete thread -- intrauterine scar formation
Complete thread -- for instillation of this fluid
Complete thread -- prevention of _____ scar formation
Complete thread -- left in place for _____ of fluid and
Complete thread -- no, why would it be?
Complete thread -- She is a s/l C Ellen P worker. This is probably in Connecticut
Complete thread -- if you do find out what it's supposed to be, please post for archives.
Complete thread -- Bilateral cleft lip and palate with vermilion *hypoplasia/hyperplasia* ...
Complete thread -- drug Tysabri..pls help.
Complete thread -- is that a question? "an oil-testing..."
Complete thread -- works as a oil-testing laboratory technologist.
Complete thread -- nevermind, got it.
Complete thread -- he was diagnosed with s/lCowden syndrome (not in my steds..pls help!)
Complete thread -- are you sure it's not bronchitis and pneumonia?
Complete thread -- YES! THAT WAS ME :) GOOD IDEA ABOUT TRYING TO GET FEEDBACK
Complete thread -- GOOD IDEA. THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- sounds like cin-do-mo-nia
Complete thread -- I think I do not need studies' there. nevermind. I was mistaken!
Complete thread -- I will order laboratory and imaging studies' workp today (studies'...correct?)
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- stable tear.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Small ____ posterior horn lateral meniscus superior surfac ...
Complete thread -- could it be Downs?
Complete thread -- able to either post more text or voice file. Looked a lot articles found nothing like s/l
Complete thread -- yep, betcha that was IT
Complete thread -- I wonder?? if there is an extra word in there?? "and" or slurring lag
Complete thread -- going with air
Complete thread -- some s/l yair centrally located within the lesion
Complete thread -- not sure if it works in medical contect, but "grommet plate"?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- he might miss a day or 2 when he drinks 2 bottles of water, usually drinks 1-2 a day
Complete thread -- He has approximately 1-2 water bottles a day, approximately 5-7 times a week. sm
Complete thread -- more info: like in "Dow" Jones
Complete thread -- ortho: removing wrist hardware, s/l removed the Brommut plate?
Complete thread -- alpha thalassemia with low RBCs goes against s/l DOW?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- depends on acct specs, I'd say, but I do verbatim and type this a.m.
Complete thread -- I change it to this morning.
Complete thread -- is it standard to type "this a.m." or change to "this morning" ??
Complete thread -- yvw. :) Somewhat obscure term. Got up through my yellow belt in Wado kai
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help! Never heard that term.
Complete thread -- no. Check OneLook above or at onelook.com
Complete thread -- Not capitalized or hyphenated?
Complete thread -- dojo is correct = school/facility for karate or other martial arts.
Complete thread -- same guy? if so, time to try to get some feedback from the client, if possible.
Complete thread -- Help with word pls..
Complete thread -- sure did hunt every whih way, cannot find loggerman or logerman shoulder sign nm
Complete thread -- If not familiar, cannt find & coordinate with text, I'd tend to go as dictated. GFR= sm
Complete thread -- pigmented intact process maybe
Complete thread -- me too - or long-a-man sign. can't find a thing.
Complete thread -- thanks so much for all your good ideas... I guess I will flag
Complete thread -- I am really no help. It sounds like logger man to me.
Complete thread -- there is a Ludington?
Complete thread -- I do not like Lachman because it is the wrong area really
Complete thread -- probably,can't imagine what else,but has definite "oh" sounds.guess i'll flag
Complete thread -- do you suppose he is goofing up Lachman?
Complete thread -- There is no pain to palpation over the bursa. She has a negative _____ sign.
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- agree with Bumbo (baby seat)
Complete thread -- losartan?
Complete thread -- s/l lostrin for hypertension
Complete thread -- agree... OP needed to slow down the file a bit & might have gotten some of that
Complete thread -- Oscar had to. I listened and knew my line count would suffer, so....
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin is 10.6 g, microcytic, hypochromic indices. Ferritin (an iron study) 6.7.
Complete thread -- how to punctuate this: might be missing little words between...
Complete thread -- I performed excisional debridement with the Stevens scissors to
Complete thread -- oh well... it's always good practice. But next time I'll stick to my own job and not
Complete thread -- Resolution of acute lumbar strain/lumbago.. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I thiink so. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- you probably have to renew the page. Thanks for
Complete thread -- bacilli, bacteroides?
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying Naprelan?
Complete thread -- what is the
Complete thread -- I hear an ESL dictating GI, mesoappendix, et cetera.
Complete thread -- She reports that she has been going twice a week and she is no longer taking the ___.
Complete thread -- Not bacillus.. coliform bacilli gram-negative bacilli resembling Escherichia coli that a
Complete thread -- Here are the species that begins with a D and link
Complete thread -- Cannot find any bacillus species starting with a "D". suggest maybe bacillus, diphthroid
Complete thread -- Radial tuberosity was drilled with a "four five" drill. ? 45 or 0.45 or 4.5? nm
Complete thread -- child classes at Gumbo in NY?
Complete thread -- p.s. oscar listened to it a million times to come up with that much.
Complete thread -- Beighton?
Complete thread -- no, it definitely starts with D
Complete thread -- there's a Bacillus mycoides
Complete thread -- s/l Bacillus dysroides
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- he says "thank you very much" at the end (which is always nice)
Complete thread -- GIA was fired at the base of the appendix, another fired at the base of the mesoappendix,
Complete thread -- what language is he speaking? Don't get paid enough to be an interpreter.
Complete thread -- so sorry! Cannot get any of it.
Complete thread -- skin with 4-0 intracuticular running ??? - the rest of it? GAH!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- closed with 0 Vicryl stitches. Skin _____
Complete thread -- After peritoneal lavage, GI_____ diagnosis.
Complete thread -- maybe it is a bumbo. I am too far away from the child rearing thing!
Complete thread -- premature 10 month old, - sounds like gumbos.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I thought of baseline as well but that does not appear to be i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for taking the time to look! ...
Complete thread -- how about baseline?
Complete thread -- 9 types identified I to V?? I am finding I to IX
Complete thread -- I don't know where I got Boston - I meant Oxford and Bristol
Complete thread -- all I can find is Boston and Bristol
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- knee examination s/l Basin score
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- columnar?
Complete thread -- Patient with breast cancer, pathology report
Complete thread -- thank you both! :)
Complete thread -- inotropic
Complete thread -- could ferrous be 'varus'
Complete thread -- patient with traumatic brain injury
Complete thread -- I do not. I always wondered if those who must expand do so with
Complete thread -- I leave it as is.
Complete thread -- draw would work - cause to move in a particular direction by or as if by a pulling force;
Complete thread -- combination of traction, anterior *draw* on the heel, and *ferrous* was use
Complete thread -- do you expand GFR or leave as is. Not verbatim acct, but was unsure if norm was to
Complete thread -- I don't know blank but you might need to drop those hyphens in 6 or perhaps 7 mm
Complete thread -- Sending on. I think it is a bad spot. Thanks
Complete thread -- ? coping issues
Complete thread -- CCD can be catechism class (Confraternity of Christian Doctrine)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- my thoughts exactly, thanks and thanks to all!
Complete thread -- The skin on the _____ three-portal technique was used on umbilicus
Complete thread -- oops, my mistake.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe just saying "on an examination" or even stumbling. Would be really long fingers
Complete thread -- wav file. He is so clear but I wonder about the wav here.
Complete thread -- scan, which is positive...
Complete thread -- fyi - yes that is the reason for my question. pls sm
Complete thread -- that is an examination of the testicular area, the cough part, not the rectum.
Complete thread -- if you read the actual article where you got that information,
Complete thread -- Laboratory review reveals bleeding _____ is positive for bleeding
Complete thread -- see link - your word might be on here
Complete thread -- yep - found this: (SM)
Complete thread -- Nevermind, got it, inion.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This is in the physical examination, under HEENT: "in-tee-an"
Complete thread -- I'm not a man, but isn't that the test where they say bend over and cough?
Complete thread -- alendronate (Fosamax - usually taken once weekly, 70 mg - for osteoporosis)
Complete thread -- examination for inguinal hernia pls sm
Complete thread -- med and not sure what for s/l aldotronate?
Complete thread -- Patient has shoulder problems.
Complete thread -- Cortef.
Complete thread -- OP more text if needed to help, to have something to connect it to sm
Complete thread -- cortisol
Complete thread -- a sound file would definitely help, or even s/l for your blanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Anyone else have any ideas about this word? Help appreciated.
Complete thread -- Definitely not cortisone, but ty. S/l cortess, cortuss??
Complete thread -- disparate
Complete thread -- I just did it -- see link where it shows they do make methadone.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll check that out.
Complete thread -- that will need to be repeated given the *disparic* values between the ferritin and th
Complete thread -- there is a drug company named Mallinckrodt, might be that.
Complete thread -- not a stupid question - can be -scopy or -otomy depending on context - like your e.g.
Complete thread -- chronic pain patient on methadone
Complete thread -- oops - I meant copying from "dictionary" not dictation.
Complete thread -- good job copying from dictation, but no. "Ex lap" means exploratory laparotomy.
Complete thread -- my first thought is cortisone
Complete thread -- Having a lot of trouble with this lens implant procedure. Pls sm
Complete thread -- Medical issues including chronic s/l cortuss for which she has had a tumor of
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Intraocular lens change. Pls sm
Complete thread -- Tp had a s/l sct that showed atrophy and small vessel disease.
Complete thread -- I dont think exploratory laparotomy is right. it is laparoscopy - a look-see. SM
Complete thread -- cylindrical?
Complete thread -- acct slang translation expands lap to laparotomy...but how do you know it should not
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Colonoscopy. In the third portion of the duodenum was a smooth "saligical" polypoid
Complete thread -- s/l some stuttering and then "recently" ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- which is not hemodynamically significant. _____ she does not have prolonged QT syndro
Complete thread -- #1. but they used it once and it infiltrated.
Complete thread -- MVA (motor vehicle accident)
Complete thread -- #2. tPA?
Complete thread -- made MP3
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- Medical: As above, including left hip fracture, left knee injury in 2008 ____
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- long series of problems stemming originally from a
Complete thread -- it is me :), i think it depends on which doctor is talking and how loud he talks
Complete thread -- The patient is a 50-year-old female who has come under my care for a _ ...
Complete thread -- while the pain is better, the Lyme symptoms are...
Complete thread -- unable to upload 165 kb mp3. any problem in the page? ...
Complete thread -- He reports that while the pain as by ______are pretty much the same
Complete thread -- nj account. she was at CCD watching a movie
Complete thread -- He has been diagnosed with coding issues with IEP in place.
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- She is seen for one-month followup visit.
Complete thread -- meningitis?
Complete thread -- disagree - waste material would go from the small intestine to the large
Complete thread -- a lot....I learned a new word today...thanks again
Complete thread -- probably contiguous
Complete thread -- kidney tumor resected. Invasion of s/l con-ta-geous structure not involved.
Complete thread -- I think he misspoke and I flagged it. But thanks for all the posts.
Complete thread -- Sometimes, we as MTs, question things that we don't understand.
Complete thread -- nothing that I can think of
Complete thread -- Forget it- flagging.
Complete thread -- What could possibly make sense that s/l membranous?
Complete thread -- no, it is an adjective. does not make any sense there.
Complete thread -- Does membranous make sense here?
Complete thread -- The valve is made to prevent backup of products that have found their way to the cecum.
Complete thread -- Why would bile come out?
Complete thread -- Bile is what would come out. What doesn't make sense to you?
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense to me.
Complete thread -- why not?
Complete thread -- hmmm... not so sure I'd capitalize that. Even if it was said as "previously a priest" -
Complete thread -- "SOCIAL HISTORY: She describes herself as Catholic. She is married and presents at th
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- sling and swathe?
Complete thread -- impacted nondisplaced humerus fracture (s/l) sling of slough
Complete thread -- does this make sense to anyone? It doesn't to me.
Complete thread -- bile from the ileocecal valve?
Complete thread -- hopefully you can easily tell from rest of context, but sure it wasn't
Complete thread -- There are nine types of Salter–Harris fractures; types I to V as described by Robert
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Do this read correct for punctuation.
Complete thread -- sheesh, binocular... Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- A s/l binnocket operating microscope was brought to the left ear
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- under the mid urethra. It does...
Complete thread -- Pelvic exam..
Complete thread -- all one word
Complete thread -- multifocal or multi-focal??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l...calf-graft ball...sm
Complete thread -- s/l marimed hand thumb splint
Complete thread -- good catch, O
Complete thread -- I had heard the lower - that makes sense now.
Complete thread -- that is exactly what I thought I heard. I guess I thought he would say what for DVT pro
Complete thread -- next issue - Miscellaneous: Lower extremity DVT prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- next issue: miscellaneous
Complete thread -- Next issue, miscellaneous, deep venous thrombosis. ?
Complete thread -- Thx for pointing that out.
Complete thread -- wav file, I think I hear it but it seems odd.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- rep team
Complete thread -- the Bengals with the red team (maybe not red?)
Complete thread -- I vote for #1. motion after her swelling has gone down.
Complete thread -- He would like clearance to participate with travel basketball team, __ ...
Complete thread -- acelerated (double check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Help with sentence. Not sure if I need period after "due to its motion"-none dictated
Complete thread -- thanks..
Complete thread -- 4.0 Shiley
Complete thread -- the subject accident there is no ____ neurological basis for persistence
Complete thread -- how do you type "four oh Shiley"? tracheostomy, uncuffed.
Complete thread -- I don't cap when used alone without a species.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tabs - maybe?
Complete thread -- Holter monitor. sounds like taps
Complete thread -- Is giardia always capped?
Complete thread -- I spent way too much time on it also. I found a lot of interesting research...
Complete thread -- I sure hope so... I've been trying to figure this out for a long time now...
Complete thread -- equilibrate or re-equilibrate is fine
Complete thread -- I will send to QA and hopefully they will let me know.
Complete thread -- definitely hear the q sound. Maybe just drop the re - not really necessary
Complete thread -- recalibrate?
Complete thread -- I can't find diddly squat even spelling pinch different ways. I think rod is right, but
Complete thread -- s/l re equilibrate?
Complete thread -- that is what I heard. Sure does not verify at all.
Complete thread -- such as in a "pinch rod" ?? huh??
Complete thread -- wav file. I gave a lot of history.
Complete thread -- guess - ...with gauze pad, wound was ....
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone. I'm going to flag this one.
Complete thread -- ? pock
Complete thread -- don't suppose you could post WAV? (I was going to guess "that", but s/l probably not)
Complete thread -- Good guess, but no "s" sound. It has a vowel sound like in "paw."
Complete thread -- pus?
Complete thread -- s/l pot (see message)
Complete thread -- some doctors can not spell...
Complete thread -- not sure how to answer that question...don't know what your account requires if doc spells
Complete thread -- I forgot to say doc even spelled out slack. He is wrong then.
Complete thread -- SLAC - all caps. Scapholunate advanced collapse
Complete thread -- Thanks a million!
Complete thread -- slak or slack?
Complete thread -- Thank you - I had trouble referencing it, so wanted to make sure.
Complete thread -- yes you are hearing it right...how many words pt can say in one breath, w/o SOB
Complete thread -- had s/l "seven-word" dyspnea.
Complete thread -- pagetoid change
Complete thread -- ALTE = acute life threatening event
Complete thread -- ALTE (apparent or acute life-threatening event)
Complete thread -- Please see above. Wav posted now. Thank
Complete thread -- That is probably what she means. Flagged to verify. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Baby with seizure - "alty" episode? s/l All-T
Complete thread -- ? Behavior and Learning Assistance
Complete thread -- s/l 'patchatory change'
Complete thread -- I believe the answer was "yes" to the comma, the way she had it.
Complete thread -- ? has an order for Foley catheter
Complete thread -- s/l ** BLA ** acronym
Complete thread -- and your answer to help was what?
Complete thread -- and your answer was?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I found a different one that was not as good.
Complete thread -- void per Foley?
Complete thread -- Urology: She has had s/l road for Foley catheter.
Complete thread -- letters are primary teeth, not prime
Complete thread -- Here is a chart with which are letters and which are numbers.
Complete thread -- Possibly....He might be stuttering around. Fast talker who needs to slow down :/
Complete thread -- There is a "Stax" splint.
Complete thread -- Pt with fx of 2nd digit PIP sm
Complete thread -- got the diagnosis - unilateral cleft lip and palate (left)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This is her diagnosis. I can't figure out what it means DIAGNOSIS: LUCCLP.
Complete thread -- I found a chart and it listed both. It did not have anything for the G prime
Complete thread -- Looks okay, but usually they either say numbers or letters. I've not seen 'em mixed like
Complete thread -- wide-bore? CT scanner
Complete thread -- Anyone know dentistry? How would this be written? I tried to Google but stuff about
Complete thread -- (I googled whiteboard with CT simulation and found some good hits)
Complete thread -- check out "whiteboard" planning - not too familiar, but I think that's it.
Complete thread -- Sorry meant to say "Wide board planning CT?"
Complete thread -- "wide board planning CT
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- if she continues to say it, I'd check with your supervisor or someone higher up, because
Complete thread -- she GOT the words right - question was about comma, which changes meaning.
Complete thread -- it was a perfectly reasonable question. You're not "overthinking" it -- just thinking.
Complete thread -- LOL! Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if I need to say thank you or apologize for the question.
Complete thread -- sorry hit the locked cap and not ready to send it yet nm
Complete thread -- For me, I'd go just as YOU INITIALLY POSTED IT
Complete thread -- Thank you, but is that the vein before the AVF creation? That is my question.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sounds very strange to me.
Complete thread -- is is joint or joints (in case did not catch it)
Complete thread -- diameter inside the veins, over thinking a bit, main thing to get the right words sm
Complete thread -- Evaluation for AV fistula (see message)
Complete thread -- I knew I heard an S in there. I was thinking lines but that just did not sound right.Thank
Complete thread -- spaces?
Complete thread -- forgot to put the blank in...
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- Thanks. Did not know that.
Complete thread -- Centrum is a vitamin with a side effect of headaches, so I would say those are 2 different
Complete thread -- Under Medications: ....., s/l Centrum headache relief. Are those 2 separate things?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks! So many spelling possibilities! Lol Seidel! Woohoo!
Complete thread -- Seidel?
Complete thread -- phenylephrine?
Complete thread -- Corneal transplant patient
Complete thread -- left with placement of _______ in the right upper
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- depth. Examination of the
Complete thread -- , bilaterally, which adjusted (I believe your 2 sentences should be 1)?
Complete thread -- bilaterally which is _____ for a corneal thickness of 603
Complete thread -- The ______ lenses shows 3+ nuclear sclerotic cataract
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- or by palpation, I've heard different explanations. would just leave as palp, though.
Complete thread -- 60/palp (for palpable)
Complete thread -- I know! I can't verify tin, can, etc., however.
Complete thread -- He was very pale, and his blood pressure was ___. He was lethargic
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ...with twitching (or) turning or weightbearing.
Complete thread -- This 48-year-old male with several-month history of onset of right med ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Complex radial flap and horizontal tear, mid body posterio ...
Complete thread -- The 15 mm Chondrofix graft was then inserted into the previously drill ...
Complete thread -- Whenever this doc dictates a patient's age, she puts a comma between the years and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- also hear - each episode lasts approximately 2 days, has smelly
Complete thread -- constant tonsil stones
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 36-year-old Hispanic female with ____ bad brea ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- Capitalization not necessary - not the name of a place.
Complete thread -- No comma needed.
Complete thread -- He and his wife, both demonstrated understanding to the above. commaok?
Complete thread -- He informed me and left to mainland yesterday. tx.
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- There was no effusion *in/and* full range of motion. ...
Complete thread -- pan handle?
Complete thread -- sounds like tin handle, though I usually hear bucket handle
Complete thread -- Extensive ____ handle displaced tear of the medial meniscus.
Complete thread -- Got it. Found it finally in the vet dictionary. corpora albicantia
Complete thread -- On path: pelvic cyst was a benign siderotic cyst with corpora s/l el-decantia?
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The arm was hung ____ shoulder ensued. ...
Complete thread -- might be referring (short speak) lighted (probe or lighted retractor) ***
Complete thread -- after discussing it with him, IN the presence of the large tear
Complete thread -- Thx for help.
Complete thread -- the last S/L might be one of these sm
Complete thread -- forgot - (period at the end of course)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- Ditto, for about 80% of the accounts I've ever worked on, no patient names.
Complete thread -- Thanks for PVR help. Might have to leave blank for other.
Complete thread -- PVR - proliferative vitreoretinopathy
Complete thread -- blood doesn't quite fit with gas-fluid exchange. can you come up with a better
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- Heart sounds normal. Lungs clear. sebaceous cyst
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, I was just posting that I went back and listened a few times and now I hear that.
Complete thread -- rosuvastatin?
Complete thread -- Drug: s/l rosa-vlatin
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted (2 blanks)
Complete thread -- I see no relevance to the OP's question here
Complete thread -- I would agree with that
Complete thread -- quadratus lumborum
Complete thread -- i reposted and it works now
Complete thread -- Yep, nothing on this end either.
Complete thread -- No dictation there, just sounds like when they're paused and not saying anything.
Complete thread -- Maybe it is just me, but all I hear is static.
Complete thread -- acanthosis?
Complete thread -- Endocrinology- thyroid nodules
Complete thread -- There is pain on palpation over the PSIS over the right _____ and para ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Hey OP -- looks like some helpers gave you documentation
Complete thread -- Femcon maybe.
Complete thread -- Oral contraceptive
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- precert (precertification) for thoracic MRI
Complete thread -- In Dr. Rojas’s notes on 08/01/2013, he asked for ___of the thoracic MRI
Complete thread -- You are right!
Complete thread -- large fiber
Complete thread -- "National Soccer Ranking.com. Home · Rankings · Club Rankings · College Rankings .... Wall
Complete thread -- " Pictures from the Wall Crush U17 and U18 season were they competed in tournaments ... "
Complete thread -- s/l wall crush national 3 travel soccer team
Complete thread -- large "fibro demylenating" sensory neuropathy or may "fibroid" or
Complete thread -- No, it only seems that way - Sunday through Thursday
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- be sure and post back if QA shares with you.
Complete thread -- thanks for the great info, came back to say I had to flag, but you are probably right
Complete thread -- without more text, this is a guess to throw out, they have implanted devices sm
Complete thread -- I listened again, and that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's so weird that I just have to ask: Could it be judicial seizure,
Complete thread -- tissue seen to cover...
Complete thread -- sometimes you hear "second-look" ultrasound
Complete thread -- I was just thankful they denigned to share it back with me. Not so lucky most of the time
Complete thread -- ahh thanks for sharing, read a long long article, it wsa probably there tooooo
Complete thread -- ahh good, could not hear the 1st at all, but heard Murphy
Complete thread -- For archives. I had this (?) and the answer was ROS1 -- wild type
Complete thread -- The defect measures 0.6 cm, but there is tricuspid ____ seem to cover the defect.
Complete thread -- o a o m p p-goodness do ya work 7days a week? That's tooo much girl, tooo much.
Complete thread -- Breast cancer - S/L secomic ultrasound
Complete thread -- NM - QA got back to me, the first was hairy patch. The 2nd was Murphy which you had.
Complete thread -- She had a s/l jude-ish-uss seizure in October. ???
Complete thread -- A traction suture was placed on the right upper lid. The *lighted* lid was everted a
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- and, yes, I can't spell.
Complete thread -- position followed by flouroscope images. (I don't hear 4 cm at all). Apex is next word.
Complete thread -- Is the first - This was confirmed by fluoroscopic images.
Complete thread -- I do not have the first blank but the 2nd is Apex hole eliminator
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I thought I was hearing Marfan and knew that had to be wrong.
Complete thread -- ahh, ok,
Complete thread -- See msg
Complete thread -- nursing aide, grade 1.
Complete thread -- There is a description of ______.
Complete thread -- can't get 1st s/l voice kinda drops off, 2nd s/l is Murphy
Complete thread -- no need for caps i don't think on Cross-Arm test nm
Complete thread -- milder osteal?
Complete thread -- That is okay. I have other blanks now. Will flag and ask QA
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I think I have the 2nd one, just verifying.
Complete thread -- I got it. It is clearer here. neurofibromatosis
Complete thread -- wav file. I found a word it sounds like but it seems a stretch.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think you're right
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's saying "dyslipid lipidemia"? If so, I'd just put dyslipidemia. Maybe
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's saying "dyslipid lipidemia"? If so, I'd just put dyslipidemia. Maybe
Complete thread -- Probably just a stutter on dyslipidemia, but hard to know without hearing it.
Complete thread -- Mild *rah steal* deformity of superior end plate of L2
Complete thread -- Maybe, but it sounds more like a stutter on normal to me.
Complete thread -- thanks and supposed to be carried out not scattered :s
Complete thread -- s/l dislimbic lipidemia
Complete thread -- maybe sequestrated?
Complete thread -- ok thanks so much
Complete thread -- mass of extruded disc * secrustrated* at L5-S1 on the left.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I hear "not altered"?
Complete thread -- I would say "leaves of absence"
Complete thread -- he says leaves of absence ... wouldn't it be leave of absences
Complete thread -- normal
Complete thread -- Facial sensation was ______. Tongue and palate moved symmetrically.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could also be saying R test (for relocation test) but it sounds more
Complete thread -- wonder if he is shortening hawkins test
Complete thread -- Internal rotation T12. Positive _________ test, positive Neer test,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks so muc
Complete thread -- sounds like altered to me, maybe started to say alteration and
Complete thread -- the only images I can see clearly say 120 mL of the 20mg/mL
Complete thread -- We attempted to work with the Exalgo due to his ____transit time with his irrita
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- how much MSIR is in a liquid bottle. I think I hear the doc saying "dispense #900",
Complete thread -- She was _____ to have carpal tunnel syndrome.
Complete thread -- got it - with one
Complete thread -- the family wants everything done in a hospital ____ site.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- presumably patient confidentiality SM
Complete thread -- Really?! I've never heard of that before! What's the reason?
Complete thread -- replace name with "the patient" anywhere in the report.
Complete thread -- Thanks. What do you mean by that though? No nicknames?
Complete thread -- Jon. My accounts want all patient names deleted, though.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- If a patient's name is dictated as Jonathan and during the dictation, the doctor
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- in
Complete thread -- Stress views *in/and* AP views showed no medial joint space diastasis ...
Complete thread -- Labor & delivery
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- levonorgestrel
Complete thread -- Gynecology note
Complete thread -- intense
Complete thread -- Sometimes, you can have an ____ response of fast heartbeat when you exercise.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- abnormal
Complete thread -- there are no septal defects or ____ pulmonary veins noted
Complete thread -- found it as 194 Highway 35, Red Bank, NJ 07701 too.
Complete thread -- Condiotte
Complete thread -- s/l dr condiotti pedetrician in NJ
Complete thread -- I sure heard if clearly after I knew what to listen for! thanks
Complete thread -- RSD. (reflex sympathetic dystrophy) ?
Complete thread -- another Wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lacrimal lake is the pool of tears in the lower conjunctival cul-de-sac
Complete thread -- lake is probably okay. google eye tear lake
Complete thread -- There is some mild cyanotic appearance to this area . . .
Complete thread -- and yes i fixed nasolacrimal . . . :)
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- child eye exam . . . see msg
Complete thread -- I think I had it years ago in school, maybe one of those French ones that sound
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and he, they do trampoline (changed her mind)
Complete thread -- aaah...otay! ;)
Complete thread -- Mom said that he was just eating breakfast and he _____ trampoline as part of their a
Complete thread -- Right, but she said 2 LEFT ventricular chambers.
Complete thread -- no - 2 chambers - The left ventricle is one of four chambers (two atria and two ventricles
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I made that change. She's ESL and her usage of is/are is often off.
Complete thread -- I would change it to there is a ... (if you can do that)
Complete thread -- if so, it'd be there are. or there is a mildly dilated left ventricular chamber.
Complete thread -- There is mildly dilated left ventricular chambers. Does it make sense for chambers
Complete thread -- This word has bothered me all day. grrrrrr
Complete thread -- Sorry, I did not get your question..
Complete thread -- I have seen them with and without commas, just a space, but for easy reading, I think
Complete thread -- I didn't think to try just the chromosomes. nm
Complete thread -- CYP1B1, CYP2C9, CYP2C19 (I just googled starting with CYP....)
Complete thread -- single nucleotide polymorphism in the following chromosomes "CYP1B1CYP2C9CYP2C19". SM
Complete thread -- " but each living child counted separately" -multiples count as one birth sm/link
Complete thread -- so, one was a twin gestation to have 3 live births?
Complete thread -- Thank you! I wasn't sure since it sounded a little distorted. ...
Complete thread -- slice (multi-slice)
Complete thread -- this could be also imaged with a multi-____ CT.
Complete thread -- The L ="live" births"
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- keep treating the functional constipation.
Complete thread -- wav file, another by the same guy. I get it down to just 1 word.
Complete thread -- By looking at the MTstars board, looks like a decent place that has been around a while.
Complete thread -- open soft and flat is all I can think of, though it doesnt sound like that
Complete thread -- I remember getting this word somewhere and I do not think it is spelled like it sounds,
Complete thread -- I thought it was something like epichon
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I hear it clearly but for the life of me can't think of how to spell it.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- being G2, P2, L3 (not sure what L is?)
Complete thread -- anyone have any input on the company Keystrokes?? saw posting and never heard of them
Complete thread -- sent wav file. I know this word.
Complete thread -- sounds like Apichon - long A, A-pich-on
Complete thread -- Gynecology note
Complete thread -- ever since he can remember (even since?)
Complete thread -- UPPP - uvulopalatopharyngoplasty
Complete thread -- I'll keep an eye out then. :)
Complete thread -- thank you! I tried before posting and nobody had any ideas.
Complete thread -- Sure, try giving a shout-out to bhpcak, and if I remember that's me, I'll respond, lol.
Complete thread -- good idea. Thanks. I have to much work too try now, but in case I have problems
Complete thread -- annnd I see you know it's a DSS, so no need to go looking for "where" it is,
Complete thread -- haha, "anon" it was supposed to be. anyway, there's my random moniker,
Complete thread -- Sorry, staying anon. :) I don't know what I'd suggest; it's probably
Complete thread -- oh. Are you my kind helper. I wish you would identify yourself with a "penname" as I coul
Complete thread -- ah, good, yep, in-something. is there any way you can get your WAVs louder
Complete thread -- Amazing! Exactly! Thank you so much
Complete thread -- recording too quiet, but I bet it's "neoadjuvant."
Complete thread -- maybe medial adjuvant? Or anything else "Knee?? " adjuvant chemo??
Complete thread -- History of colon cancer status post ___chemo
Complete thread -- thank you. You got me on track. It is intrinsic tightness
Complete thread -- Good idea! Thank you! Do you hear maybe interstitial? I cant hear digital?
Complete thread -- something digital? interdigital?
Complete thread -- whoops, instead of testing it should say "tightnes". Sorry
Complete thread -- He has no evidence of ___ of testing and he ha
Complete thread -- I bet it's roseola.
Complete thread -- Can't be sure, will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Lasix?
Complete thread -- doc is saying "rosy-oh"
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- s/l TVPS or TPPS??
Complete thread -- budding yeast, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Urinalysis: WBC 16-20, s/l buddingers moderate, bacteria rare.
Complete thread -- usually you hear ward of the state, but city is okay.
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking. I wonder if they were hooking pt up to King of Hearts monitor??
Complete thread -- Arava and Plaquenil.
Complete thread -- sorry- easily recommence. some kind of med...
Complete thread -- From a biological perspective we can easily reconvince s/l "arovarin Plaquenil".
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- adalimumab from etanercept
Complete thread -- Having switched over to s/l " adelinionap from atenisept" he had no rash but is both
Complete thread -- I found a King maneuver, but I can't find what it is used for.
Complete thread -- I feel your pain. I couldn't find anything either.
Complete thread -- A minor or incompetent person placed under the care or protection of a guardian or court.
Complete thread -- dictating - ward of the city - correct? (like ward of the state)
Complete thread -- says will obtain orthostatics and perform a "king hyphen Barany" test
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! You're super!
Complete thread -- I love it here/there.
Complete thread -- So, pdpabg can probably give the facts on SS after 9 years
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- is that you lois?
Complete thread -- There is only straight MTing with SS, and supposedly require lowest industry sm
Complete thread -- Also is P.I.C.
Complete thread -- another one
Complete thread -- 33505 Schoolcraft, Suite 3, Livonia, Michigan 48150. (734) 721-0200, Services.
Complete thread -- google psychiatric facilities Dearborn M.I. probably will find
Complete thread -- Patient was seen at s/l pick for depression and anxiety. TIA!
Complete thread -- #1 can't get. #2 did not have the density of disease.
Complete thread -- emboli or satellite...??? This need(s) to be checked.
Complete thread -- There was ... lesion ... singular. sorry on the other
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tell them this and it may give you a leg up on getting the job.
Complete thread -- I've been at SS for 9 years, so it can't be all that bad.
Complete thread -- capsule video study. She lives in Floride and studies were done there.
Complete thread -- bat mitzvah of her (grand?) daughter.. baptism of her daughter??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She had a remote hysterectomy. She came from Florida for the _________ of her daught
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- haustra? (he makes it sound kinda like "huastras," but haustra is plural)
Complete thread -- question of some prominent __________ in the left colon,
Complete thread -- It'd have to be IO both places.
Complete thread -- The IO is an InterOsseous access. Checking for I.E.,?
Complete thread -- Most companies are market-driven now which means none pay hourly. The "standard" now is
Complete thread -- Baby in respiratory failure - see msg.
Complete thread -- CPM
Complete thread -- So many companies constantly run out of work that many of us
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- go into her CMP (continuous passive motion [machine])?
Complete thread -- can I ask why SS is a horrible company? pay? feedback? lack of work?
Complete thread -- CMAG Softech. Koimbatore, India. Bellevue Hospital Center operative ...
Complete thread -- you're insecure to recommend somewhere??
Complete thread -- It is called insecurity. Nothing to do with the rules. ...
Complete thread -- is it against the rules of page to recommend a company??
Complete thread -- She will ____ for 6 to 8 hours a day. ...
Complete thread -- can you recommend anyone??
Complete thread -- I usually put negotiable because if you put too high then you might
Complete thread -- applying for SoftScript MT position and wanted to know what to put for salary desired
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 2 months out from injury
Complete thread -- He is 2 months ____ injury to his right thumb. ...
Complete thread -- I believe referring to the tissue sample testing, like a graph of findings
Complete thread -- Does this sound right? sm please
Complete thread -- oops. meant to post under this helper post p d p a b g about use of word valve
Complete thread -- On reading the "interesting link" is referred to aa implant, however,
Complete thread -- Huh, it was the troll throwing out those nasty internet slang acronyms
Complete thread -- good hunting, I only found 3 and not that one, hooray
Complete thread -- AWESOME!!!! That's it! Baerveldt! Thank you.
Complete thread -- so not 'valve' but Baerveldt...
Complete thread -- Linky
Complete thread -- oooh.... how about Baerveldt??
Complete thread -- Only one I find is Ahmed valve for the eye? Still looking.
Complete thread -- Pt at doc's "for evaluation of strabismus."
Complete thread -- I didn't get the P sound in there, thanks though, will flag.
Complete thread -- spine?
Complete thread -- Neck CT, it sounds like the beginng is cut off... s.m.
Complete thread -- found a great site for different cautery units (Concept is there)
Complete thread -- I actually found a sample report with Concept cautery for the aortic valve. Thanks.
Complete thread -- not indicated anywhere in the report.
Complete thread -- When they move the magnet over, it signals the pacemaker and they can detect the rate.
Complete thread -- I think I hear Concept cautery
Complete thread -- yes - it's "sensed rate"
Complete thread -- yes - "wand her over with the magnet"
Complete thread -- is there anything else I need to correct? Thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I was unclear as well. sounded like he was going to move a magnet all around to reset it?
Complete thread -- awkward
Complete thread -- Need a comma sm
Complete thread -- you need pacemaker-mediated (compound) tachycardia
Complete thread -- there is a lot there. hang on a min
Complete thread -- pseudometaplasia -->
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- seems okay to me. he actually has 3 diagnoses, but that is docs for ya.
Complete thread -- ?tubal
Complete thread -- does patient have Parkinson's?
Complete thread -- does all this look correct? any corrections? not used to pacemaker stuff
Complete thread -- s/l... Cue-vo-metaplasia and glandular and stromal... sm
Complete thread -- Does sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Cymbalta 90 mg p.o. every day, ___________ 1 mg 1-2 every night, atorvastatin 10 mg
Complete thread -- thanks for the great suggestion - I'll listen for that
Complete thread -- afforded would fit
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- totally stumped, s/l aborted. Pls sm
Complete thread -- plantigrade position
Complete thread -- need more info -full sentence in addition to sentences before and after
Complete thread -- s/l plantar grade??
Complete thread -- I find conal fat with google searches only and not Stedman's
Complete thread -- he says "conal fat planes" ... is this right or is it coronal?
Complete thread -- oops..comma affter antibiotics
Complete thread -- my suggestion
Complete thread -- _________tuberosity?
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: Achilles insertional tendinopathy, (sm)
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- yeah, "shove off creepy troll" was MUCH more classy.
Complete thread -- He says it all the time..
Complete thread -- kinda whacked. hip, knee (upper) and dorsiflexor and plantar flexor (lower -- foot)
Complete thread -- A. Darlene puts a post under the OPs post, which really had nothing to do with
Complete thread -- Yes, I have never had this before.
Complete thread -- Comma needed before bilateral lower extrermities??
Complete thread -- dos and don'ts (I know, dos looks funny, but no apostrophe needed. only one ' in don'ts
Complete thread -- nope, wrong again, such class with words gfy and sthu
Complete thread -- do's and don't's - would leave in this case? See inside.
Complete thread -- mass effect
Complete thread -- jz, you ARE Darlene... who do you think you're fooling?
Complete thread -- Tell it like it is, Darlene did nothing, it was you, who disturbed the peace as usual.
Complete thread -- mass effect or mass-effect??
Complete thread -- she has a C5 hemangioma. She is having an s / l or rich implantable cage ....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not capped
Complete thread -- aspergillus and a pseudomonas
Complete thread -- aspergillus and ...
Complete thread -- Geeze, it was so peaceful and quiet until you show back up.
Complete thread -- since we got nose surgery, how about a new wav with the PSH?
Complete thread -- Imdur?
Complete thread -- Oasis corrected herself 8 minutes before you came along with your b.s.
Complete thread -- Then A. you put it under Oasis's post, not under the OPs, like you were
Complete thread -- I wsa responding to Oasis post, so shove off creepy troll, try keeping up with posts
Complete thread -- I'm thinking kinda running on sentence and means sm
Complete thread -- C'mon Darlene.
Complete thread -- nobody cares - that isn't even the question.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- bland
Complete thread -- oops. darbepoitin is generic so no cap nm
Complete thread -- actually, Aranesp (Darbepoetin alfa) would fit, to treat anemia
Complete thread -- s/l brand?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it is for anemia...sorry
Complete thread -- NuCort? ...BUT... see message...
Complete thread -- med s/l new door
Complete thread -- thank you so much. i cannot post an mp3. sorry
Complete thread -- I vote for nose surgery. Does s/l "infuse stent" - can you post mp3 of where he says it
Complete thread -- whoops. sorry. i just wanted people to read the post and not ignore it because it was so
Complete thread -- Hey now, let's not shout. Some of us are just waking up. I'll try, but
Complete thread -- well, good morning! -- after I posted I looked at the times and thought I was
Complete thread -- ANYBODY?? I AM STILL WAITING PATIENTLY :)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- saw palmetto - herbal for BPH
Complete thread -- A welder presents for exam of his eye.
Complete thread -- Medication on med list s/l "sew-oh-pamadol"
Complete thread -- thank you. If it helps, PSH: "an infuse stent implanted in the circumflex artery"
Complete thread -- Okay, I will wait for more comments. I appreciate your help
Complete thread -- thank you. If it helps, PSH: "an infuse stent implanted in the circumflex artery"
Complete thread -- Or "no surgery" (for Bell's palsy)? I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- I heard the same but also can't document. Other blank is "nose surgery."
Complete thread -- In past surgical history, I am hearing again an "Infuse stent" implanted, but cant documen
Complete thread -- can you please listen in to the WAV. This is a 75-yo male
Complete thread -- ?muscularis propria
Complete thread -- maybe s/l haars is really slurring Hawkins sm
Complete thread -- found this sm ****increased tone of the musculostroma
Complete thread -- pt with colorectal cancer
Complete thread -- any more info you can give?
Complete thread -- under the care of Interventional Radiology for *musculostroma* with no malignancy
Complete thread -- thanks... flagged the late thing
Complete thread -- #1. headaches? 2. remedied?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- patient developed an episode of *lates* after epidural....which was *ramatid* in a pr
Complete thread -- shoulder dystocias?
Complete thread -- secondary to skin *dish toshas*, so skin incision was enlarged by 5+ mm
Complete thread -- medication sounds like car-bol-le
Complete thread -- could even be eye lens replacement I guess.
Complete thread -- without more context, can offer this guess on word "islands" or "islets.sm
Complete thread -- what is PMH and age of patient? any other surgeries?
Complete thread -- I don't think was meant "literally" I doubt records are "borrowed"
Complete thread -- you are kidding, you were not familiar with term this time, think never sm
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense to me, yes. The referring M.D. provided no documentation for the sm
Complete thread -- found this (googled your phrase) sm ****did not open and read articles
Complete thread -- I appreciate the help. I do not have any more as it is from the H&P for past surgeries.
Complete thread -- great minds...
Complete thread -- We're gonna need more context than this to help you. Diagnoses, medications, anything
Complete thread -- Eisenhower Middle School.
Complete thread -- I'll take a stab and say Eisenhower Middle School?
Complete thread -- s?l Ivan Hower Middle School in nj
Complete thread -- Past surgery includes s/l "islands" replacement.
Complete thread -- It was Facet Joint, heard back from QA
Complete thread -- ______ sawtooth fortification spectra. 1st word s/l shot? or shaw?
Complete thread -- 1. ulnar digital nerve and artery (heard better after a break)
Complete thread -- she has not had teh ______ spectra
Complete thread -- some type of calcium plus D vitamin...?
Complete thread -- s/l criticalp plus D
Complete thread -- "reference points for verification simulation and S/L* weekly port for* for verificat
Complete thread -- 2. closure of _________??
Complete thread -- 1. radial?
Complete thread -- I went back and forth from central to facet
Complete thread -- He is six weeks status post surgery right index finger debridement of ...
Complete thread -- the facet joint?
Complete thread -- wav file. Pretty sure I know this one but have a 2nd word I am wondering about
Complete thread -- Oh, heavens. I heard H&P. Must have turned off the brain.
Complete thread -- herniated nucleus pulposus
Complete thread -- HNP
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks
Complete thread -- I did not flag, though she doesn't usually say that.
Complete thread -- I am not sure what she means by "I usually mention" but that is what I heard too.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- regurgitation. I usually mention to the parents that....
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? Please listen in and tell me if I'm hearing correctly
Complete thread -- evacuant suppository
Complete thread -- "devise" doesn't really make sense, nor does "alter reducing"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No, doesn't make sense, but whatever. OP moved on. I'm not gonna argue with you and YHO.
Complete thread -- sure a DME company could devise or adapt or form or create something. In the words she ha
Complete thread -- almost s/l evacuation ...but yet not really. just want to make sure not missing
Complete thread -- What??? how the DME aid or device. No comma if that is the interpretation.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I heard too.
Complete thread -- I used OB-GYN HISTORY as heading. Thanks
Complete thread -- lax
Complete thread -- nevermind... MI
Complete thread -- Pretty sure I have this one but would appreciate if someone would listen in.
Complete thread -- Would a comment regarding breast-feeding go under heading gynecological or obstetrica
Complete thread -- s/l at my?
Complete thread -- that was my first thought but "recurvatum" does s/more/l "reeker bottom" - better answer.
Complete thread -- thank you both! golly :(
Complete thread -- I'd say fine as well
Complete thread -- yes, office is singular, but no no no... the rest does NOT sound okay. SM
Complete thread -- fine
Complete thread -- any guesses of what supposed to be or is it right? s/l flying
Complete thread -- from Dr. X, the referring doctor, to ? does Dr. X have more than 1 office? then it woul
Complete thread -- rocker bottom deformity
Complete thread -- maybe "referral from"? - I doubt records are "borrowed" - they're released for keeps.
Complete thread -- the recrods were borrowed from such and such office. Is this IME report maybe
Complete thread -- sorry, missing word equipment
Complete thread -- Sounds like it. I learned new word..thx
Complete thread -- does this make sense: how the durable medical will aid in, devise, and alter reducin
Complete thread -- no need to document... physican changes his mind and corrects later
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- recurvatum
Complete thread -- yes, "we borrow" is the question... should be bill, x-ray, mri, notes, something along
Complete thread -- s/l reeker bottom??
Complete thread -- like, "Are you in pain? No. Are you growing a carrot nose? No." No need for separate
Complete thread -- agree, She is still saying the word no.
Complete thread -- Thanks again. Going to go ponder a bit and just finish it.
Complete thread -- I googled and saw a question, but no answer and it looked like this.
Complete thread -- I would put nothing in quotes unless doctor dictates to use quotes.
Complete thread -- How I'd do it - SM. (if others don't agree, don't jump all over me)
Complete thread -- Help with punctuation please--D: She responds to questions like are you in pain, no
Complete thread -- that was it. I slowed to almost not there and it is Eye and Ear.
Complete thread -- eye and ear infirmary?
Complete thread -- I heard eye and ear in there. Maybe that is it.
Complete thread -- at the Eye and Ear ?
Complete thread -- Yep, I caught that, just didn't correct it.
Complete thread -- wav file, I think this might be a place?
Complete thread -- I tried, all I could hear was septum, mucosa, and sinus. Glad they let you know!
Complete thread -- They did. This is what it said. I sort of hear it now.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- consultation? correspondence?
Complete thread -- AID not aide..
Complete thread -- probably Bruner incision (or Bruner's)
Complete thread -- I think the question is the phrase that s/l "we borrowed from".
Complete thread -- well-healed s/l mooner's incision TIA
Complete thread -- I will flag and hopefully, they might send a corrected copy. Sometimes, they do.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav file. I think this is going to be his typical. If I can just get this for my
Complete thread -- s/l he corrects to 98 cm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Just to clarify, only in the first who instance
Complete thread -- Darn. You don't. it is whom and not who in that sentence
Complete thread -- If NP comes after the name, I cap. Before you don'
Complete thread -- wav file, want to double check what I am hearing. He is correcting, I think.
Complete thread -- thanks. I know who she is, just wondered if it needed capitalized.
Complete thread -- ahh, think you are right, posted documentation in case returns (they do often too)
Complete thread -- hmm, probably no cap in this particular context, kinda ackward first sentence tho
Complete thread -- could it be: durable medical will aide in, devise, alter or reduce the number of visits
Complete thread -- I guessed Sensor wire, but OP evidently figured out what was meant.
Complete thread -- capitalize nurse practitioner or not? SM
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry, no luck finding anywhere so far
Complete thread -- not sure of your question, merely listing what provided & reviewed. Might number them
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- durable medical equipment will aide in devising ??
Complete thread -- extent, site, or duration. policy 8-320953 (I think there is something right before 8
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- durable medical will ______ and ultimately reduce the number
Complete thread -- first blank is "extent" - if you google "frequency * site and duration" you get it.
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- s/l we borrow from - list of medical records
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nerver mind
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input. Still not clear to me. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- tended? to relax muscle spasms, prevent retardation...
Complete thread -- along the articular surface?
Complete thread -- along the cortical surface?
Complete thread -- s/l sensiwire
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- free-floating fragments s/l along de-tic-u-lar surface TIA!
Complete thread -- Positive *haars* positive Speed, and positive
Complete thread -- intended to relax muscle spasms, _____ or retardation
Complete thread -- The purpose of this _____ is to determine the chiropractic necessity
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tubes postop ___
Complete thread -- somewher ein NJ i heard something like Dr Tabbal
Complete thread -- with Dr. T... or C... sorry, this needs more context as to location.
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Bilateral myringotomy tubes with ____ in ____Medical Center in
Complete thread -- Agree, leave as subheading within HEENT exam. Nothing unusual about this.
Complete thread -- so correcting herself and wants "Mouth:" in front is my guess.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's the cause of my confusion. Thanks.
Complete thread -- oh, sorry, missed that you'd doubled it. was "mouth" dictated?
Complete thread -- usually a part of HEENT
Complete thread -- Does HEENT usually include mouth? I can't tell if she's including it as part of HEENT
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think she means symptoms are improved. You can't change it, so
Complete thread -- I agree. If you were to put commas around patient name, it implies he only has the one
Complete thread -- sm did not open and read article, can also google your phrase
Complete thread -- intended to relax muscle spasms, *prevent* or retardation or disuse atrophy, increase
Complete thread -- Ulnar neuropathy, s/l milder, primary sensory. Just wondered if she "means" motor?
Complete thread -- s/l we borrow from Dr. XX
Complete thread -- Melanoma, treated with s/l radiant implant therapy, left eye.
Complete thread -- few questions - pls help
Complete thread -- The purpose of this _______ is to determine the chiropractic necessity
Complete thread -- I agree. Is there anyone who disagrees?
Complete thread -- No commas. John Brown identifies which patient it is.
Complete thread -- On skin collimation?
Complete thread -- comma question
Complete thread -- I will use as dictated. At least I can show this as proof of research. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I found that same post, but altogether there are only 600 something hits and it is from
Complete thread -- another page
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. It does sound like orthobond. He could be mixing the two!
Complete thread -- I found Orthobond - googling orthobond suture.
Complete thread -- I still can't hear it.
Complete thread -- perhaps he mixed up Ethibond and Orthocord, making Orthobond out of it?
Complete thread -- I posted again. Can you hear now?
Complete thread -- I tried but cannot hear a wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ethibond suture?
Complete thread -- I am familiar with Ethibond. I will post wav. Maybe he is mispronouncing Ethibond?
Complete thread -- Ethibond?
Complete thread -- Revision arthroplasty, thumb, capsulodesis...........s/l 'ortho-bahn' or 'ortho-bond'
Complete thread -- Don't feel bad. I googled colon between liver and diaphragm and that's how I found it.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! Never heard that one before
Complete thread -- apostrophe's (Chilaiditi's)
Complete thread -- Chilaiditi
Complete thread -- s/l cale-o-dee-dees
Complete thread -- That's surely got to be it. Ty so much!
Complete thread -- mixed mullerian uterine sarcoma?
Complete thread -- S/l MMU sarcoma?
Complete thread -- No context. PMH: History of s/l MMU throat coma. (Bad s/l, I know.)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- sensate
Complete thread -- Gynecology note
Complete thread -- That's it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Hollister?
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- Grammar check wants it changed to "that." :-)
Complete thread -- chew, yep.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Take half of an Ex-Lax chocolate ____ before and after the MiraLax mixture.
Complete thread -- SM for definition of "who" (it includes "one to whom personality is attributed")
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree - I don't like "that" for people, but "who" for pets is kinda cute.
Complete thread -- Yes, change it to that. They're not people.
Complete thread -- I second that. 67.
Complete thread -- if you google just prolia, you'd find it, and it is an injection anyway.
Complete thread -- I have one doc who says "that" for people and I change it to
Complete thread -- nitro paste ?? never heard of that on a
Complete thread -- Tinea?
Complete thread -- I hear 67
Complete thread -- I wouldn't - meaning is clear as dictated and I use "who" to refer to my pets too.
Complete thread -- thank you sooooo much:-)
Complete thread -- I believe it is a DuVries (procedure for hammertoes)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Heart rate 57 or 67?
Complete thread -- over does or overdoes???
Complete thread -- s/l..de-free...sm
Complete thread -- oops - accidentally sent without question. Should who be changed to that?
Complete thread -- In social history, "He has a bird and a dog who are healthy.
Complete thread -- s/l Tin knee ??
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!!
Complete thread -- I spell out both words- "both hyperkalemia as well as hypokalemia" (this is per BOS)
Complete thread -- how would you type this sentence?
Complete thread -- Prolia is an osteoporosis med, so it'd be a comma and then the facial cream
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Medications: s/l "Prolia" facial cream for rosacea.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- yes, she is drawing out the word taaakiiiiing birth control pills.
Complete thread -- quartile
Complete thread -- Might be Malvern, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- doc says "core tile" ??? is this right? never heard before. Not sure how to spell
Complete thread -- Won't let me post a link, but
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with Arkansas? Jack Stephens *Taver* Clinic?
Complete thread -- taking? (saying syllables distinctly like "take-king"?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Medications: Ibuprofen 600 mg usually 3 times a day as needed for headache ____ birth
Complete thread -- He is a locum, so maybe wherever he is from, lol
Complete thread -- don't know of any slang like that. Maybe is a local reference?
Complete thread -- fecund
Complete thread -- says "twenty twenty"
Complete thread -- 20-20 s.m.
Complete thread -- Could it be patellar grinding? There is a patellar grind test.
Complete thread -- patella grind (test)
Complete thread -- Patella *groin* not performed
Complete thread -- Well that would definitely make more sense, but he didn't correct himself after.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yeah, agree with this one -- internal/external.
Complete thread -- or internal/external rotation.
Complete thread -- maybe started to say endo, changed to external rotation ?
Complete thread -- great job there!
Complete thread -- Orthopedic note - endo- and exorotation?
Complete thread -- without hearing s/l just guessing sm
Complete thread -- might be neurolysis of the ilioinguinal nerve sm + an google term too
Complete thread -- the rest of the lining appeared completely atrophic
Complete thread -- Oh, Thanks!
Complete thread -- I had it all but the 'rest'
Complete thread -- the rest of the lining is completely atrophic
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- good guess, Lois! Also, fwiw, there is no "ilioinguinal ligament" per se.
Complete thread -- HUGE guess - trophoneurosis (SM)
Complete thread -- wow, nm - good job deciphering the s/l !
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- OMG - that's it - thanks!!! nm
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the input. Not clear enough, so flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- Yes. (Google causally related)
Complete thread -- treatment and is on no *causally* related medication
Complete thread -- something with aponeurosis - external oblique aponeurosis would be related anatomy
Complete thread -- CyberKnife®. I do not know of a "generic" one.
Complete thread -- cyber knife or CyberKnife? when to use which?
Complete thread -- mbe some type of spondylosis or a -losis?
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. pinching with the fingers.
Complete thread -- Neurosis doesn't seem to fit (mental disorder). Maybe just 1 word ending in "osis"
Complete thread -- fecund
Complete thread -- L2-3 disk, s/l treatment neurosis, and ilioinguinal ligament TIA!
Complete thread -- still can't really hear that as well.... am sending in with blank.
Complete thread -- "secund" might be "thickened"
Complete thread -- She is delivery with a s/l of a secund uterus approximately 32 weeks.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "grip and pinch strength 5/5"
Complete thread -- removal of spur?
Complete thread -- agree, ya posted first - z- lengthening sm
Complete thread -- Z lengthening (a/k/a Z-plasty lengthening) is correct. Google for details.
Complete thread -- sounds like fee mata zine, maybe will rind a bell with out helpers?
Complete thread -- muscle *zee* lengthening
Complete thread -- Yes, did Google. I'll try posting voice file. Thx nm
Complete thread -- able to post a voice file? Did google bone spur spine, not finding s/l
Complete thread -- In lumbar spine MRI - "History of low back pain running into legs sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind. Sending to QA for a discrepancy found later anyway.
Complete thread -- there is a Yankauer?
Complete thread -- mouth was inspected with tongue blade and *yangower* and no bleeding
Complete thread -- wav file, this is Boston Children's Hospital
Complete thread -- new to me too. thanks
Complete thread -- yes rock steady boxing. i googled it. new to me
Complete thread -- I tried but can only get "quinapril" which you have earlier in the list.
Complete thread -- s/l Rock City Boxing
Complete thread -- oh... Thanks so much. I was stuck!
Complete thread -- PMH is prostate cancer treated by radiation, diabetes type 2, arthritis
Complete thread -- Rock Steady Boxing?
Complete thread -- He is markedly better, and I attribute this to ____. His response to ...
Complete thread -- Med list terazosin, simvastatin, amlodipine, _____, amitriptyline
Complete thread -- it was s/l animated but I was not sure.
Complete thread -- Filled with activity, vigor, or spirit; lively.
Complete thread -- Not sure what your question is, but animated makes sense.
Complete thread -- It was Schanz. He obviously cannot spell - shocker, I know. TYVM.
Complete thread -- animated
Complete thread -- Her son is very s/l animated and talkative. thanks.
Complete thread -- Link provided
Complete thread -- Schanz pin?
Complete thread -- Ever hear of Swenz orthopedic pins (for fingers) - sm
Complete thread -- C. difficile
Complete thread -- he was diagnosed with ___ which was probably
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- yes - retreat
Complete thread -- She went up to 9,000 altitute for a retreat with her friends.tx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- he said flunasil though, not flumazenil. thanks for your help
Complete thread -- thank. I agree
Complete thread -- I'd add one after previous. Also, chondral-labral junction or chondrolabral junction
Complete thread -- goodness, very good on s/l
Complete thread -- I forgot, s/l is not on my list of antihypertensives; likely running drugs taken all toget
Complete thread -- found this flumazenil Brand name: Romazicon sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- axillae.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- med s/l flu NAH sil
Complete thread -- axillas? pls sm
Complete thread -- yes, that was it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I transcribe for an NP named Rick and I try not to address him as Mrs.
Complete thread -- tearing, OU?
Complete thread -- amblyopic?
Complete thread -- OU is both eyes, but not sure what the first letters would be
Complete thread -- s/l TOU or TMOU?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He feels skipped beats, and these are very painful, and they were almost every day, but...
Complete thread -- He feels sick ______ and these are very painful and they were almost every day, but
Complete thread -- I think it looks fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- Correct placement of commas??
Complete thread -- just checking - i this a letter? if so, inside address should have her prof title & then.
Complete thread -- thank you, I kinda don't keep up with chemo stuff, tho did have sm
Complete thread -- if that's what is dictated.
Complete thread -- Ms. since unsure if married.
Complete thread -- about 50.
Complete thread -- would a nurse be addressed as Mrs?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- wow, I went to do a 2nd listen and the file is gone, but I bet O has it right!
Complete thread -- Seton (google seton fistula)
Complete thread -- ...insertion of a seat? on each of her fistulas?? ...
Complete thread -- no need to be sorry. Thank you for trying
Complete thread -- outpocketing? not too familiar with that term, tho'
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- new word for me and have not researched thoroughly, but -- deafferentation?
Complete thread -- Geriatric assessment
Complete thread -- out-property ?? (I cant think of any muscle that sounds like that??)
Complete thread -- wondering - how old is this patient?
Complete thread -- can you listen in please. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- Thank you to all you kind helpers with your wise comments and ideas
Complete thread -- I'd flag yes, cuz I don't think he means "dystrophic" - he misspoke
Complete thread -- you're right - I was thinking dysphoric, which is what he probably meant to say.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all? What should I do??? Flag???
Complete thread -- you can have pre"menstrual", but I could not find pre "menopausal"
Complete thread -- I meant he is probably reading PMDD and translating that into words
Complete thread -- actually, wouldn't it be dysphoric not dystrophic?
Complete thread -- But, he doesn't say PMDD at all...just postmenopausal.
Complete thread -- i don't think 2 things. dystrophic disorder doesn't make a lot of sense by itself.
Complete thread -- I think PMDD means premenstrual dysphoric (not dystrophic) disorder. Doc thinks he
Complete thread -- postmenopausal (if you have it pre, i suppose you can have it post too)
Complete thread -- seems to be a pause or skip there. I think it's 2 dx: postmenopausal, dystrophic disorder
Complete thread -- Pertinent history makes sense, and I do hear it once in a while.
Complete thread -- can anyone listen in please? I cannot document what I hear so maybe I am hearing wro
Complete thread -- Periodic history? As in interval history? WAG
Complete thread -- Sorta sounds like Surgical History?
Complete thread -- thanks so much all of you
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- agree with oscar - pertinent
Complete thread -- personal?
Complete thread -- I like that better than the other. I was hoping to hear interval or family as they make
Complete thread -- pertinent history?
Complete thread -- the kid has autism and incontinence but that does not help.
Complete thread -- I thought parental was closer.
Complete thread -- almost s/l parental history?
Complete thread -- family?
Complete thread -- WAV thanks.
Complete thread -- Got it SCFE, skiffy - thanks
Complete thread -- wav thanks
Complete thread -- Please ignore.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- She should be maintained on ______ to avoid development of atrial
Complete thread -- ^^that sounds better than my guess^^
Complete thread -- Norpace antiarrhythmic medication?
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- nitro(glycerin) paste?
Complete thread -- med s/l nore paste
Complete thread -- TCH: docetaxel, carboplatin, and trastuzumab (Herceptin) for HER2/neu positive tumors
Complete thread -- What is the official name of the MET gene?
Complete thread -- c-met per Stedman's
Complete thread -- and c-MET. eeny meeny
Complete thread -- I googled high cmet expression and found c-Met
Complete thread -- C-met or CMET expression?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'll look that up and take another listen.
Complete thread -- Oh - it is! I was in the area of Anita Chapeau! How far off could I get! Thanks
Complete thread -- There's a tumor marker BRAF V600E (check on caps, etc.)
Complete thread -- malignant melanoma
Complete thread -- Dr. Newton (Michael R. Newton, MD)
Complete thread -- wav file, this is Concord NH, can anyone make out enough of this
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- Never mind..he is saying U of A, university of alberta.
Complete thread -- 30-year
Complete thread -- over 3300 restaurants in Portland. See trip advisor link - maybe you can spot it?
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of s/l * Univay Motility Clinic in Candada?
Complete thread -- s/l maybe "regular gym exercise" ?
Complete thread -- especially if a 30 year MT
Complete thread -- restaurant in Portland, OR. Don't really want to send to QA for this. Anyone ?
Complete thread -- quit "in" November. Can't quite get the blank. regularity, regularly?I listened 3 times.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- it is a chemotherapy regimen.
Complete thread -- “giving out." (periods go inside the quotes). Unfortunately, and Postoperatively, (I'd
Complete thread -- me too, I would flag
Complete thread -- could you share what TCH stands for plz.a
Complete thread -- s/l luckerize may be metabolize sm
Complete thread -- no, it is two months' followup. one month's followup. 3 months'
Complete thread -- in place makes the most sense
Complete thread -- no, just like attention deficit disorder. no commas.
Complete thread -- Really can't say for sure without hearing as could be either.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- Try Googling "pmdd treatment" (quote not necessary)
Complete thread -- good morning! Anyone?
Complete thread -- patient has "postmenopausal dystrophic disorder". Is there a comma in between? I ca
Complete thread -- NM. Moving on.
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- can you please listen into the WAV
Complete thread -- take insulin to s/l luke-er-ize the carbs. TIA!
Complete thread -- Wow. Thank you so much, Billybob
Complete thread -- Echocardiogram, baseline, was ordered before TCH therapy. tx.commasok?
Complete thread -- but that's not what was dictated.
Complete thread -- PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Complete thread -- doctor says "IVC filter in (or and) plate". Does that make sense in context?
Complete thread -- He works for "Price Borderhouse Cooper" (53-yo male)... Stumped.
Complete thread -- s/l Acute and chronic tumor perforation.(is this acute on chronic?)
Complete thread -- I would use 2 month followup. (twice as many google hits)
Complete thread -- features of the quality of the emesis that are concerning for increased....
Complete thread -- Billybob, I always thought it was two months followup...is it not right?
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- two months' followup.
Complete thread -- We will discuss the plan when he returns for two months followup.tx.
Complete thread -- what was it? I tried and couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There are also no ______ of the emesis are concerned
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd think "significant weakness with extension" but like he said it backward.
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Complete thread -- thanks - maybe that's what he means?
Complete thread -- I see what you're saying. I think it's very unclear the way he said it though. The word
Complete thread -- sounds like she had significant weakness of the "arm" but now
Complete thread -- Her general ___ an area of ecchymosis in her axilla from where she had some compressi
Complete thread -- not dictated as such but I used the pleural version. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like she had significant weakness of the "arm" but now
Complete thread -- significant extension, weakness of the right wrist?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would flag it to my doctors.
Complete thread -- 2 questions. Please sm.
Complete thread -- That would make sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- I'm guessing that he meant to say done
Complete thread -- She has noticed a mass on her left breast. It has been present almost ...
Complete thread -- well, the second if it's dictated that way...
Complete thread -- I place my bet on the first choice
Complete thread -- I am usually able to get the easy ones :)
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. It was really easy; I just wasn't very familiar with the word. ;0)
Complete thread -- right and left vas deferens or right and left vasa deferentia?
Complete thread -- but the findings were definitely commensurate
Complete thread -- Final pathology showed adenomatous hyperplasia only, but the findings ...
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you for your help
Complete thread -- curved, Castro?
Complete thread -- for verification, see link. You could have googled cam acetabular and found it.
Complete thread -- Cottle?
Complete thread -- Tha
Complete thread -- cautery?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- L2 to L4
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- venous.
Complete thread -- which shows evidence of a _____ angioma on the left hemisphere
Complete thread -- Pelvic rim.
Complete thread -- Not tender over greater trochanter, but was at the s/l pellae acrim at one of his
Complete thread -- Bone density test
Complete thread -- That or poly sci, but I would expand if you're able.
Complete thread -- Yes. both spellings can be found, although poli would be the more correct
Complete thread -- Agree... too low and buzzing/humming interference.
Complete thread -- does "poli sci" at university mean "political science" Is that some sort of abreviat
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Ican barely hear anything and what I think I can hear, sounds nothing like your ?
Complete thread -- Medications: Celebrex, oxycodone, diazepam, __. (53-yo female)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- was flat - negative HJR (hepatojugular reflux)
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- I think he wants history of out of there and it to read, senile dementia with..
Complete thread -- WAV file, is he changing his mind or saying something else?
Complete thread -- yes, but I think it is cam-type not CAM (not an acronym). Google your phrase for details.
Complete thread -- s/l acetabular impingement??
Complete thread -- yes, thanks poi - new term for me.
Complete thread -- Thank you for your reply!
Complete thread -- oh thanks for the explanation!
Complete thread -- with a radial head fracture or malunion it is very hard to turn
Complete thread -- yes to loaded supination
Complete thread -- could it be "pro/supination" (slang for pronation/supination)
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- got it - what sounds to be - it is clearer here.
Complete thread -- wav again, thanks
Complete thread -- I would say yes.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- does the comma belong? I'm not sure because it's still part of what mom reports.
Complete thread -- the emesis is new in the last five years
Complete thread -- Gynecology note...
Complete thread -- Thank you! I will... ...
Complete thread -- listen again for cardioverted, as this is most likely
Complete thread -- patient with atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- Thank you everyone!
Complete thread -- there is a pisohamate ligament that is a carpal ligament
Complete thread -- pisometacarpal... spellcheck would be nice on this page.
Complete thread -- better talk to "bystander" above - you're out of response time
Complete thread -- yep, OP has that in her post. I would change it to pisometarpal, myself, but you can flag
Complete thread -- see: pisometacarpal ligament
Complete thread -- hand pain
Complete thread -- Thx...you are right.
Complete thread -- gotta love someone who comes by 2-1/2 hours later to post snark.
Complete thread -- it also might be MRI *per* the Zimmer Persona knee protocol.
Complete thread -- muscle-sparing is right. Persona capitalized.
Complete thread -- I would ....surgery. Muscle ....history?? Punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- LOL. Okay, I had to google. Things that make you go hmmmm
Complete thread -- kinky!
Complete thread -- although Google sensation and pinwheel and it is not just for neurology any more.
Complete thread -- yep, Wartenberg pinwheel or Wartenberg neurowheel, is a medical device for neurological us
Complete thread -- thanks. Thought it was crushed or crusted
Complete thread -- question
Complete thread -- *extendor pray sole* might be "tender ___?___"
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- maybe it is pinwheel, like the pie-cutter-looking thing they roll over your legs/feet to
Complete thread -- ha, she said that and I typed... hadn't reviewed it yet
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sensation is intact to pinprick (?) what is a pinwheel doing there?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just did a last check before it sending it on. It sounds more like 4-fore.
Complete thread -- forebag
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think Fishman's is correct - there is Fishman's rule and such. If "curve" is clear, I'd
Complete thread -- negative bilaterally. *Extendor pray sole* of the cervical and lumbar spine
Complete thread -- I thought that might be it. She is so far off it sounded more like 4.
Complete thread -- pt seen for possible Stargardt disease
Complete thread -- I'd think "full" (I have some who say "bulging bag" (of water))
Complete thread -- sounds like 4, for, floor, full?
Complete thread -- kyphotic
Complete thread -- "Triphotic" alignment in the thoracic and lumbar area. sm
Complete thread -- I saw that. Never had that for a lab test but all it can be. will leave it. She does
Complete thread -- CAP catabolite activator protein
Complete thread -- sounds like cap or cat. She is very clear but no idea what it means in context?
Complete thread -- that was an awesome wag, whoever came up with that!
Complete thread -- What part of the country?
Complete thread -- Thanks! It was municipal and bottled water. And you got it just as I was about to upload.
Complete thread -- municipal (supply) or bottled water?
Complete thread -- Thanks - I don't see it there but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- http://www.yellowpages.com.au/nsw/oura/lj-campbell-13287065-listing.html
Complete thread -- L J Campbell?
Complete thread -- see link - maybe it is on this list of manufacturers
Complete thread -- I wonder if it is a local company name who provides bottled water?
Complete thread -- T3-T4 would be thoracic. neuroma is in the foot.
Complete thread -- its okay, I was the OP.
Complete thread -- s/l meenus blood bottled water
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- chute
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 3-4
Complete thread -- Left foot neuroma at the 3-4 interspace. should I write T3-T4 o ...
Complete thread -- I flagged it. This is one company that does not limit the number of flags you use
Complete thread -- What state?
Complete thread -- the OP said she moved on, yes?
Complete thread -- it's our job to repair run-on sentences
Complete thread -- Have to move on, thx.
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy note...
Complete thread -- patient works at s/l L J campball
Complete thread -- Oh, and thanks for your help, even if it was after the fact, for my own future reference.
Complete thread -- I can blame him for a run-on sentence that usually is a whole paragraph. Love an MT who
Complete thread -- Yep, but flying and s/l bnds...
Complete thread -- Oh heavens. Thought it was BN gest but bet you are right.
Complete thread -- Not sure, but she might be spelling bends.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- ? etiology
Complete thread -- Her hearing test revealed age-related symmetrical hearing loss with no
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- I love an MT who blames the dictator for her own inability
Complete thread -- no obvious cosmetic deformity in relation to the skull fracture?
Complete thread -- ahhh, maybe? I can't quite get the words right before skull fracture.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Was ready to flag and then had platform problems. That delayed
Complete thread -- maybe related to the skull fracture because he did have one?
Complete thread -- has no obvious cosmetic deformity, at least no skull fracture?
Complete thread -- Pretty sure it is comes back for evaluation of skull fracture..
Complete thread -- it was a left temporal bone fracture
Complete thread -- wav file, kid had a skull fracture on MRV after skate boarding
Complete thread -- I thought something "words" -
Complete thread -- eh, NVM. It was a stat so I had to send it. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- I thought it was he "worries," but hmm, likely not in that
Complete thread -- punctuation help please (SM)
Complete thread -- I think it starts with a W but... with the skipping hard to tell.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I did. Almost thought I knew it...
Complete thread -- Agree with flagging, but I can *almost* hear does not use many words
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Flagging. I think it is skipping through it.
Complete thread -- Autism.
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- interesting, did not know; thanks for sharing. "smile"
Complete thread -- good wag!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Yes!!! Thank you so much, anonymous "nm"
Complete thread -- oops should be above .
Complete thread -- A palmaris longus tendon sling
Complete thread -- A palmaris longus tendon sling
Complete thread -- I got it. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- I do not think so. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- you are brilliant!! Thanks so much
Complete thread -- "pulmar" sling for her lower lip
Complete thread -- degrees of flexion. I___hyperextension and he
Complete thread -- ray (s)
Complete thread -- can you possible hear "base"?
Complete thread -- I cant document "metacarpal raise", but it is dictated so clearly. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- monitor oyxgen?
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- Would a comma be appropriate before the word "having" in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Oops, I meant the med didnt sound right with that dosage.
Complete thread -- All I can think is midodrine for that s/l, but that really just doesn't seem right (SM)
Complete thread -- mediastinal tubes (meeds). Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- He has s/l meeds and pleural tubes in place.
Complete thread -- s/l my-doe-drawl 2000
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- cystoscopy, urethroscopy, and
Complete thread -- Urogynecology note
Complete thread -- funny, I always close it down so I don't know what it is for. Will watch it next time.
Complete thread -- it is only on this page...strange. It is a little video ad in the lower right
Complete thread -- thank you so much billybob
Complete thread -- "infections may lead to valvular seeding and the development of infective endocarditis."
Complete thread -- s/l seeding; make sense?
Complete thread -- no popup ever (or other advertising, though I'd welcome some cozy income) SM
Complete thread -- I can't remember ever having a pop-up on this page. Do you have any other
Complete thread -- I don't get any pop-ups on this page or the other two.
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- billybob...is this popup I keep getting on your page your advertising? It seems to
Complete thread -- betcha if re-read text, you could see (it is likely ok) sm
Complete thread -- Once this was obtained, the *degree* guide was
Complete thread -- nevermind - found Luque in archives.
Complete thread -- sounds like either "Luge" or "Luque" wire
Complete thread -- And just the day before, FDA recommended tighter restrictions on
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Zohydro ER (hydrocodone bitartrate extended-release capsules) pain
Complete thread -- yes, found by googling your s/l phrase sm
Complete thread -- I was guessing laser since you said it s/l it started with L. In fact, VASER is a new one
Complete thread -- NM...brow
Complete thread -- With the s/l bell held static, levator excursion is assessed. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Also found VASER assisted lipo. Moving on.
Complete thread -- looks good to me!
Complete thread -- all I can find is laser assisted liposuction by googling assisted liposuction
Complete thread -- s/l luh-vay-zuh assisted liposuction TIA!
Complete thread -- _________ cartilage?
Complete thread -- second one...except for some...
Complete thread -- Stage II, ER/PR positive, HER-2/neu negative right breast cancer. comm ok?
Complete thread -- In the intercondylar notch, ____ was identified, ___ some excessive sy ...
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- side of the rotator cuff
Complete thread -- side - sorry, not in time
Complete thread -- flagged. carry on pls. ...
Complete thread -- not "size" pls. sorry forgot to delete that. ...
Complete thread -- The capsular ____ size of rotator cuff involving supraspinatus tendon ...
Complete thread -- yw :-)
Complete thread -- thanks so much for teaching me something new; never knew about quotes. initially tried on
Complete thread -- yes. Google it in quores.
Complete thread -- s/l snoring respirations
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- KCI
Complete thread -- s/l per case-ee-eye
Complete thread -- Thanks :)
Complete thread -- Actually, NTrap...see link
Complete thread -- Oh, wait, I found N-trap stone basket...
Complete thread -- I found it. NTrap. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It almost sounds like he's saying entrap, but I don't know.
Complete thread -- I found endotriptor stone-crushing basket?
Complete thread -- s/l entrup
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- With your help, I hear *edge contrast sensitivity*. Thanks!
Complete thread -- hard to hear because of how the wav runs all together, but sm
Complete thread -- Geriatric assessment
Complete thread -- thank you!!!
Complete thread -- There's an Omron 2 user mode home BP machine
Complete thread -- Her BP was taken with the s/l Ombro-mod-too-med device. (ESL)
Complete thread -- like "he has a bright affect (noun)" or "effect (verb) a change"<--don't see that one much
Complete thread -- like side effect?
Complete thread -- PERFECT
Complete thread -- Patient is a 3-1/2-year-old child
Complete thread -- there are exceptions to this rule... but it applies in this case
Complete thread -- affect with an a is a verb & effect with e is noun.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- affect
Complete thread -- How did the drug affect or effect the patient?
Complete thread -- punctuation looks good, but note: C5-C6 foramen (drop "of")
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- status is ok, status post colostomy. Colostomy status, unwanted colostomy. sounds ok to
Complete thread -- colostomy
Complete thread -- thanks much! ...
Complete thread -- 120 or 1:20 (for some reason 1:20 looks very odd)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ANA titer of "one twenty" is 1:20? TY
Complete thread -- You might just have it, but it so mumbled I can't be sure. Will flag.
Complete thread -- bunion surgery?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU, wag poi! That's IT! :)
Complete thread -- early?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ha - no, it sure can't. I didn't even see that part.
Complete thread -- sounds like an interesting report... beats what I'm doing
Complete thread -- left wrist carpal tunnel surgery in 1993, ________ surgery 13-14 years ago.
Complete thread -- It's ally.
Complete thread -- Getting a hypnotic image for creating an s/l ali - aly?
Complete thread -- OK thanks for reading.
Complete thread -- I think those are fine.
Complete thread -- Do last 2 sentence make sense? Not sure if punctuated correct?
Complete thread -- ??? 30 seconds a mile can't be right
Complete thread -- agree= reason for no further investigations nm
Complete thread -- a guess. S/L hida may be SIADH ??=syndrome of inappropriate secretion antidiuretic hormone
Complete thread -- makes more sense
Complete thread -- I think it has something to do with DNR code - not billing - which is the reason for
Complete thread -- consider AMD: Advance Medical Directive
Complete thread -- just got it... much brighter
Complete thread -- His affect is _______ and appropriate
Complete thread -- Because of her A and D status, further investigation not pursued.
Complete thread -- ? something to do with Admitted and Discharged billing codes?
Complete thread -- for a code status, is it AND status or A and D status? What does it stand for?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- sounds okay, like free ties. ?
Complete thread -- all I can think of is sugar 482, and it showed ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 8 and blood sugar 482. *hida* showed hyponatremia due to severe
Complete thread -- hyperkeratotic? (missing a syllable or two, tho')
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- agree, I think it would be 1:80 and maybe he's just saying it wrong.
Complete thread -- hypertrophic?
Complete thread -- ANA test
Complete thread -- abnormal s/l hyper-tare-ic skin TIA!
Complete thread -- hallux was held firmly with pressure, proximal direction.
Complete thread -- respiratory technician?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Now, the hallucis _______ with pressure
Complete thread -- of course
Complete thread -- s/l above meds to me ??
Complete thread -- oh, and it'd be until "resistance is" encountered
Complete thread -- the pull-push *maneuver* (tho' s/l "manual") was... free-floating head
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the ________ was applied to pull the free ________ head of the
Complete thread -- saphenous block with ________sedation,
Complete thread -- physician might be position, but I'd doubt respiratory - makes no sense.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- to the tightness of keeping.... then it blurs out.
Complete thread -- around the neck to ________. The patient
Complete thread -- soft-suction catheter brought back respiratory *physician*.
Complete thread -- Will turn in to QA
Complete thread -- s/l maybe he's trying to say irregular - but slurred badly?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- short term and long term beat-to-beat variability (I actually hear beat-beat)
Complete thread -- possibly uterine or irregular - I can't make it out, maybe someone else can.
Complete thread -- beat-to-beat variability (not irritability)
Complete thread -- We used 2 sutures, simple, on the anchor, sutured s/l 'into free' sutu ...
Complete thread -- short-term and long-term _____irritability with occasional
Complete thread -- with chief complaint of _____ contractions and pelvic
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- NJ area. Patient works at "Moncrest" state. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Thought so, but wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- was his highest yet
Complete thread -- vascular risk factors
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Marked s/l nystagmus of sternocleidomastoid muscle. TIA!
Complete thread -- At the same time, he was found to have a rising PSA and the most recen ...
Complete thread -- choreoathetotic movements
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Whoops... Sorry...
Complete thread -- She has ____ in the left arm and leg and continuous bouncing of her le ...
Complete thread -- and please don't post patient names, even if just first name
Complete thread -- ricocheted
Complete thread -- She was ____off and back into the car that pushed her
Complete thread -- thanks poi.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- what have you (a phrase used, kind of like etcetera)
Complete thread -- pain complaint to include stim, ice, heat packs, ______. I also asked
Complete thread -- without requiring eating
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot SM and IndianMT ...
Complete thread -- the Cleveland Clinic. -an- unusual reaction to local. At -the- time,
Complete thread -- Cleveland Clinic?
Complete thread -- to local anesthex....was done under local
Complete thread -- She had 2 cardiac stents placed 2 years ago ____ clinic in South Flori ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
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Complete thread -- She has no history of ____. She has used ____ in the past. ...
Complete thread -- He says days can pass without he requires eating.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- cutis laxa senilis and elastosis senilis
Complete thread -- ____ of the face. ...
Complete thread -- for that!! :)
Complete thread -- okay.
Complete thread -- I reviewed imaging studies' report with him. (studies'...right?)
Complete thread -- agree sm
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Opsumit (macitentan), pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- arteriolar
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- according to AAMT, it would be 5Ks
Complete thread -- No, that wouldn't work.
Complete thread -- just 5Ks.
Complete thread -- ...but you would say 5 mg for 5 milligrams, so maybe just 5K.
Complete thread -- Hmm, BOS says to use apostrophe with single letters and numbers, so I would do 5K's.
Complete thread -- 5K marathons, or 5K's ???
Complete thread -- She runs 5Ks or 5K's??
Complete thread -- Thx..
Complete thread -- Two words in both places.
Complete thread -- may be or maybe??
Complete thread -- that's it ! Thanks !
Complete thread -- Ventralex ST mesh?
Complete thread -- cannot verify(see msg)
Complete thread -- good deal. not all docs say the same things, they all have their own unique way of
Complete thread -- THANKS TO ALL OF YOU. I WENT WITH IT AS THIS DOCTOR SEEMS TO BE CREATIVE AND USES
Complete thread -- Nope, but every seems to hear the same thing.
Complete thread -- local advancement (initially stumbling)
Complete thread -- with local advancement of flap coverage?
Complete thread -- He comes back today for evaluation of his left middle finger stump. I ...
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- thank you. Have you ever heard of flat reflexes?
Complete thread -- agree with others - s/l "flat:, but not heard of that (I've heard of "mute" reflexes, tho)
Complete thread -- flat and 1+ equal?
Complete thread -- I also heard flat, but also never heard them described that way. Thank you for trying!!
Complete thread -- delays - that is it! That S was why I doubted delayed puberty. Missed seeing the S
Complete thread -- that's me... delayed prosperity. But some day my ship will come in.
Complete thread -- I am really unsure of flat. I have not had anyone describe them that way.
Complete thread -- are flat and ?
Complete thread -- sorry: Deep tendon reflexes are ___ and +1 equal. Facet loading
Complete thread -- Yeah, that is what I was thinking too, but I did flag it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Deep tendon reflexes are __ range of motion
Complete thread -- yes, I wondered if that could be it. It was either that or delayed prosperity..
Complete thread -- Location and place aren't necessarily the same, but I'd probably flag it
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- a child? I thought maybe "delays of puberty" or some such in there.
Complete thread -- Reposted WAV
Complete thread -- prediabetes mellitus but she also has acanthosis nigricans. Will repost
Complete thread -- thanks! you got it!
Complete thread -- I had a thought, but when I went to relisten your wav was posted over...
Complete thread -- oops, posted below, ?attenuates symmetrically with eye opening?
Complete thread -- attenuates symmetrically with eye opening?
Complete thread -- that attenuates with eye opening
Complete thread -- attenuous.... ?? symmetric with eye opening.. what?
Complete thread -- i agree to flag. usually person, situation, time, and place.
Complete thread -- be around 6 to 7 Hz at times with _____ with eye opening.
Complete thread -- and I can spell my name, really.
Complete thread -- wha?? i hear a "sp" somewhere in there. sorry...that's just bad.
Complete thread -- not sure on attenuous but it is symmetric with eye opening.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Okay, I want to flag this. Is there some other way to interpret this? (see message)
Complete thread -- around 6 to 7 Hz at times with *attenuous stemetric a* with eye open
Complete thread -- actually is is probably C diff toxin positive as was already given to the OP
Complete thread -- See below, that was already covered.
Complete thread -- For stool dots-in positive, bet it was stool toxin positive (for C. diff)
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- comma after said
Complete thread -- she said a difficult patient, but I disagreed.
Complete thread -- seems like he pauses w/o completing first thought, then says "this is a difficult..."
Complete thread -- Thank you as always for sending me _______ a difficult patient but I disagreed.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. It certainly s/l Detroit so I think it bes ...
Complete thread -- You hear a Wright's sign on occasion.
Complete thread -- You're so nice!
Complete thread -- Cell count consists of 1 RBC and 4 WBCs - I think?
Complete thread -- Detroit sign - thoracic outlet syndrome
Complete thread -- Nah, that is okay. One blank, I post. More than, like now, I just finish and
Complete thread -- I'm so sorry,I accidentally just posted over your wave. Please put it back up.
Complete thread -- Thx
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I hyphenate it because it is all one verb (but I might be wrong)
Complete thread -- rear-ended
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She was rear ended or she was rear-ended??
Complete thread -- Oh, I agree, GREAT guess on that one! Makes perfect sense too!
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Bunch of blanks - sorry. New doc for me and stat file
Complete thread -- For stool dots-in positive, bet it was stool toxin positive (for C. diff)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- vital signs stable, afebrile, and normotensive
Complete thread -- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: ____ stable ____ and normotensive and well-nourished
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that's an excellent guess! Nice to see SMART instead of SNARK... but it looks like OP has
Complete thread -- ? Esgic
Complete thread -- 1. excision.
Complete thread -- 2. and fall
Complete thread -- agree, just giving history, not seen on CT scan.
Complete thread -- 2 blanks. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I heard that too but wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- mechanical isssue
Complete thread -- ? remote
Complete thread -- hypertension isn't mentioned
Complete thread -- neural degenerative disease versus a ____ demyelinating process.
Complete thread -- ? denies rhinorrhea or epistaxis
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help.
Complete thread -- No need to be sorry - we like to help and you've been very nice.
Complete thread -- Too funny. I just submitted report to client. It was intercepted for QA review anyway!
Complete thread -- motion artifact, degenerative changes, spinal stenosis, more so
Complete thread -- Again, thank you very much. I'm sorry for my ignorance! LOL!
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation of sentence?
Complete thread -- Okay, I hear it now! Sheesh!
Complete thread -- I don't think he/she means that that is seen on the CT scan, just running tests
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I listened again, and it could be. Still not sure, though.
Complete thread -- You are right! You have no idea how often I looked for that with Hiss and came up blank.
Complete thread -- Agreed. Wish it made sense. Sending on. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think he/she spelled it wrong, there is His (cap) catheter tho.
Complete thread -- Not sure how a CT scan can show history of stool anything positive?
Complete thread -- stool s/l dots-in positive. TIA!
Complete thread -- sure. demarcate = drawing line(s) of where the cellulitis progressed to and then if it
Complete thread -- I agree with Lois. "pirocin/paracin" sound really similar.
Complete thread -- Yes of course. Thx.
Complete thread -- but this is the drug of choice for MRSA/MSSA - and, most doctors don't pronounce things
Complete thread -- Yes, but it should be "antibiotics ARE helping."
Complete thread -- Does sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but no. It is "something-paracin." the "paracin" is clear. ???
Complete thread -- mupirocin (Bactroban)
Complete thread -- An antibiotic that sounds like "fusparacin or busparacin" for positive MSSA swab. sm
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you!
Complete thread -- dusky? sometimes you hear dusky skin? That is a total guess.
Complete thread -- The patient is status post surgery. I don't know what kind.
Complete thread -- I phrased that poorly. By the time I sent it in, I did not submit to QA.
Complete thread -- QA answered right away. They left it a blank.
Complete thread -- I did not. He did spell the catheter - it was Hiss. He mentioned removing it and spelled
Complete thread -- Just give it up already.
Complete thread -- If it was clearly dictated, why would OP say "s/l minor"?
Complete thread -- I think your poor grammar and sentence structure is "telling."
Complete thread -- That's why I said "if it's clearly dictated."
Complete thread -- o a o m p p did you get feedbak on your report of yesterday
Complete thread -- I thought it was sent off the table. I flagged that spot and one other hoping to get
Complete thread -- link did not post correctly
Complete thread -- means tellingvof OP MT not too skilled yet, yet may feel knows more than M.D.
Complete thread -- ?set on the table. Slow down on your end, then relisten, prob can get it
Complete thread -- sent off the table?
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- ? audio s/l retrequence =frequencies; type C indicates normal limits sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- OP didn't say it was "clearly dictated" - it was a reasonable question.
Complete thread -- what does that mean "and telling troubling as to..."
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- absolutely agree (I see here many times OP is questioning each & every word, a bit much s
Complete thread -- the quotes are not for "emphasis" but for quoting what the pt said. Really don't think it
Complete thread -- disagree. Thedictator decides what is "necessary, needing emphasis"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Agree, he might just be paraphrasing.
Complete thread -- ventral aspect maybe?
Complete thread -- Seems OK to me. Hypertension can cause mild epistaxis, or
Complete thread -- If he dictates punctuation, and he didn't dictate quotes, I wouldn't use
Complete thread -- I would put quotes; they may not be "necessary" but certainly are not incorrect.
Complete thread -- Should "definitely" be in quotes? Doc dictates punctuation and did not say to put it
Complete thread -- No, since it isn't a 'formal' name of the pain center.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Enablex
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Simvastatin, losartan, hydrocortisone cream, ___, amlodipine, and me
Complete thread -- he is just staying quote unquote ie. He does stand "straight"
Complete thread -- On ROS, patient denies any s/l minor epistaxis. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- is "the pain center" capitilized in this context
Complete thread -- He does stand straight. ___ forward flex to 80 degrees,
Complete thread -- His (cap) to indicate location being tested sm
Complete thread -- thank you billybob. You are brilliant
Complete thread -- Purdue Pharma makes Butrans.
Complete thread -- I did reach out to ____. (name of pharmacy???)
Complete thread -- you are right! army now goes by volunteers :) Thank you for trying. I flagged.
Complete thread -- Maybe, but w/o more context it's hard to know what he is saying.
Complete thread -- NM Thanks
Complete thread -- Do you hear drafted? Does that mean he was drafted to the army???? Plz help
Complete thread -- Josephine quadripolar might be Josephson quadripolar catheter ****sm
Complete thread -- nail plate abnormality is possibly a mechanic s/l lish-ee TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ...herniation causing mass effect upon the ventral s/l effect of the c ...
Complete thread -- s/l voiding parity?
Complete thread -- Thermocool Biosense-Webster
Complete thread -- Audiogram revealed type c s/l"audio retrequence" consistent with eustachian tube dysf
Complete thread -- He has no leg pain. He has only minor lower back pain. He is _____again.
Complete thread -- may be right!
Complete thread -- thank you poi
Complete thread -- Meckel scan?
Complete thread -- He ordered s/l metal scan and PTA after endoscopy. thank you.
Complete thread -- spelled cataractectomy it is clear.
Complete thread -- I think they are just too lazy to back up and change it so they let
Complete thread -- i think the (non)word is clear in what it means.
Complete thread -- thank you. I think this doc prefers if I leave him alone and not flag things, even it is
Complete thread -- Why can't they just say baby boy? Too simple I guess.
Complete thread -- here is a link to how billybob answered that.
Complete thread -- ever heard of a "catarectemy" would you flag thaht?
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- She delivered a baby, who is a boy, two weeks ago and doing well. tx.
Complete thread -- L5-S1 is one level, the space between L5 and S1.
Complete thread -- is TFESI (transforaminal epidural steroid injection) procedure always ...
Complete thread -- Tinel's sign?
Complete thread -- I have a strong radiology background - not so impressive, but thanks :)
Complete thread -- cannot stop myself saying "wow"....tried hearing and gave up and waiting for the reply!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- enthesopathy
Complete thread -- a lot.
Complete thread -- Right elbow ____. ...
Complete thread -- change to - tests and are
Complete thread -- He ordered blood test which is CBC, differential, TSH. change is to are?
Complete thread -- clear dictation s/l ta-ap-ing.
Complete thread -- treating?
Complete thread -- Oral ulcer. He is *taping with baking soda. tx.
Complete thread -- Phalen's sign and s/l Henry's sign are absent. I've not come across Henry's sign
Complete thread -- I found it. 20 mg/kg is correct.
Complete thread -- Can you hear the 'per kg' p.o. daily as well?
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I thought it sounded like rectal pain as well. Does not fit but that the pt
Complete thread -- Thank you for that. I cannot relisten to my WAV. Can you make out the blank by the Dilaudi
Complete thread -- sounds like rectal pain to me. Does that fit the rest of the report?
Complete thread -- Wondered about Exjade but it's for a specific problem with iron overload and not sure
Complete thread -- Are you able to make out the last part with the Dilaudid?
Complete thread -- sure sounds like *Xjet* to me. Can't verify though.
Complete thread -- She says she is taking 'Xjet' at 20 mg 'per kg' p.o. daily. Her pain i ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you still, poi
Complete thread -- sorry, I tried, just can't figure out what it would be. Sounds like A-S or he is...
Complete thread -- Pt with sickle cell disease is taking 'X jet' at 20 mg 'per kg' p.o. daily.
Complete thread -- hydraulic tamper?
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- The wound was closed in a single nylon layer, sterile occlusive dressi ...
Complete thread -- thanks to all. Sorry for the delay was away from my keyboard.
Complete thread -- I think he just started to say "feels" before saying "and feels"
Complete thread -- I thought of that too. She pronounces as 'developted' swelling. Thanks
Complete thread -- ? and developed swelling
Complete thread -- complaining of severe pain in the vagina, cannot sit, and _____ swelli ...
Complete thread -- ? complains feels
Complete thread -- "and if anything is congested." or "and feels he is congested."
Complete thread -- He is overall sleeping better. Level of energy is better. Mostly he is concerned
Complete thread -- I can find something like Elemental Silver Hydro-Alginate Wound Dressing. Abstract. Aims .
Complete thread -- s/l element tent of
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- new one for me. Wonder where he got the spelling from?
Complete thread -- Hiss catheter - I do not know what possessed him, but he spelled it at the end - Hiss
Complete thread -- ...or I should say docusate is the generic.
Complete thread -- Silace? (generic docusate)
Complete thread -- Thank you, rn
Complete thread -- check out double layer wrist splint
Complete thread -- Medication s/l Solice - not Colace or Cialis
Complete thread -- After endoscopic carpal tunnel release, a well-padded 'double R' wrist splint applied
Complete thread -- I've not done peer-to-peer, but every job I type has to be very accurate (medical-legal
Complete thread -- I will flag and ask to be let know. Then I will be back.
Complete thread -- I thought of His bundle, but... ??
Complete thread -- He used it further in the report and it really sounded like Hiss-hess, could not find
Complete thread -- I am not finding it now either. I will go back when I finish and relisten.
Complete thread -- Thank you! i hear it now.. obvious!
Complete thread -- Looks okay, but Hiss sheath? I can't document Hiss.
Complete thread -- test of cure (to make sure the infection was gone)
Complete thread -- fuzzy dictation- does this make sense? "test did cure?"
Complete thread -- Are these punctuated correctly? It is not how I think I would do them but for some
Complete thread -- When the bladder is empty, the mucosa has numerous folds called rugae
Complete thread -- patient had a suburethral sling, this is a followup- s/l folds??
Complete thread -- specific levels, i.e. C3, C4, of pain
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- oaompp, you can send me your e-mail so I can exchange them.
Complete thread -- I have one that I am not fussy about
Complete thread -- I have copied the CDs for peeps too, as long as ya don't register, so I can try that.
Complete thread -- a drain?
Complete thread -- that would be great. Was just going to hit Amazon but this might be nicer
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. No note was made of pain when palpated
Complete thread -- thank you. So kind of you. I also heard of. I just flagged and sent off as it was stat
Complete thread -- I'm not 100% sure, maybe someone else will listen too.
Complete thread -- I have them, they are a few years old, and will sell for postage only.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Does that make sense in context?
Complete thread -- I hear "of"
Complete thread -- type of facet loading procedure or specific levels i.e., C3, C4 __ pain to palpation.
Complete thread -- ? the above technique
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I am looking into buying Ortho and equipment books
Complete thread -- The *oh bus* technique was employed to identify the fascia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- *drooling* was then placed underneath the transverse col
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- check out this link -page 8 - they are instruments
Complete thread -- I thought it was what it meant. Just did not know if it fit there. He is clear though..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- alpha (a) and omega - first and last, FWIW
Complete thread -- arthrosis at the *first spatula* joint status
Complete thread -- Does this A and Omega ring any bells? I am pretty sure I am hearing him right.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- all I can find is Gordon's sign is a clinical sign in which squeezing the calf muscle ...
Complete thread -- I think this is the better of my WAGs
Complete thread -- muscle was removed and they were...
Complete thread -- gather or gatler - short a
Complete thread -- removed from there? (meaning the stripper?)
Complete thread -- If dictated that way, I'd type it as calories per ounce. no / at all.
Complete thread -- WAV file, ACL tear
Complete thread -- If "calories per ounce" is dictated, is that written as cal/ounce or should it be
Complete thread -- as in gather or gay-ther?
Complete thread -- negative, VA score 0; *Gather* sign negative, VA score
Complete thread -- thank you so much both of you!
Complete thread -- paddle
Complete thread -- I was thinking that too, but not sure. Thank you. Does anyone else
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- paddle?
Complete thread -- You are right! Here are some hints
Complete thread -- yeah, I did too, will go with that.
Complete thread -- maybe...
Complete thread -- what part of the body are we scanning? how about some hints?
Complete thread -- power?
Complete thread -- the CT scan clearly shows that the stimulator ___has moved towards the
Complete thread -- slower?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- giving us exact sentences before and after your "s/l" would help so we don't have to ask
Complete thread -- he has a release to return to work
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Does lease make sense here?
Complete thread -- is doc correcting himself - saying "confirms the presence of right ear attic cholesteatoma
Complete thread -- fatigability
Complete thread -- with marked ____ ability of these muscles with repetitive activities
Complete thread -- I have explained that this is a delicate s/l"lower" operation.
Complete thread -- in this context release means deployed, the graft was deployedpo
Complete thread -- thanks. ct scans.
Complete thread -- attic - but I don't know what your "off ear" means. What test or sign is "This" (confirms
Complete thread -- This confirms the presence of "off ear right atic cholesteatoma".
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I believe you want slump test (not flump)
Complete thread -- Dejerine's
Complete thread -- Gaenslen test. Goldthwait negative.
Complete thread -- Looks good.
Complete thread -- ortho test ?s
Complete thread -- does this need commas anywhere else?
Complete thread -- VA score 3; *gainsler’s* test negative, AND VA score 0; *Gold waist* negative
Complete thread -- Don't know, but you probably want ilium.
Complete thread -- shoulder blades?
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- I googled sporadic microsatellite instability, tumor acquired somatic
Complete thread -- s/l mascalades and shoulders
Complete thread -- transition?
Complete thread -- got it-confluence
Complete thread -- The pulmonary venous ____ was seen with good flow into the left atrium.
Complete thread -- got it, cyma line
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Hubscher
Complete thread -- Radiographs taken today show posterior displacement of the s/l thima line
Complete thread -- s/l hoopshire maneuver...
Complete thread -- could he be saying "somatic, as the patient has..."
Complete thread -- s/l "so-matt-us" is he making up a form for somatic?? s.m.
Complete thread -- what is wrong with this man?
Complete thread -- It appears that *trimzition* can do more for this man and therefore
Complete thread -- thank you so much... good to know!
Complete thread -- I was always taught (sm)
Complete thread -- I can't find the exact page, but mucus and collected were used together with stoma
Complete thread -- I agree. I found enough to verify besides her being very clear.
Complete thread -- When I researched, I found a lot on mucus plugs - and that is where the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear "recoil" also
Complete thread -- recoil
Complete thread -- appendicovesicostomy (I put "appen*stomy" into OneLook box above and found it)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thakns for trying. can't hear that. i'll post a wav
Complete thread -- appendicostomy procedure pls sm
Complete thread -- skipped beats
Complete thread -- regurg? (regurgitation)
Complete thread -- which makes no sense as how do you collect something to the large bowel? Like
Complete thread -- s/l pulmonary artery reecloe
Complete thread -- You had detected thickened _______.
Complete thread -- slow down on your end and then relisten> I did not hear "needle" tho
Complete thread -- might be what she meant, but she clearly says "collected"
Complete thread -- mucous stoma connected to large bowel (not collected)
Complete thread -- Yep, as you have it is as she dictates, and she is VERY clear.
Complete thread -- thanks O - new word for me!
Complete thread -- Colostomy | Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- exactly. SCHI is a state approved, private school that specifically educates multiple
Complete thread -- can you google?
Complete thread -- Way to fast for me. Try slowing it down a bit.
Complete thread -- I found this:
Complete thread -- yep, she's saying collected (like a collection of mucus maybe?)
Complete thread -- What are children with hidden intelligence? Is that a new PC term?
Complete thread -- I think it is correct, oddly enough.
Complete thread -- Someone else might pop on and help out.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I sent an MP3 file. I cannot verify mucus stoma either. That has to be wrong.
Complete thread -- connected maybe
Complete thread -- collected doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- wow, can you speed that up any? I could not get it. Listened for created a
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? From AS on, it seems odd.
Complete thread -- A cystotome needle was used ______ capsulorrhexis ______ Utrata forceps.
Complete thread -- Kapandji
Complete thread -- got it... iris hooks
Complete thread -- I didn't see your example. In your example, no it wouldn't be. If it followed name, yes.
Complete thread -- Yes and no. It depends on how it is being used in the sentence. (see message)
Complete thread -- attached. _____ were removed
Complete thread -- no, you wouldn't cap a letter from the secretary at the ......
Complete thread -- s/l Camp-angie ? (distal radius fx repair)
Complete thread -- should nurse practitioner be capped?
Complete thread -- you are brilliant! I really appreciate that. I could not get it...
Complete thread -- Vertos? found on a Google search for 'mild procedure for spinal stenosis'
Complete thread -- anyone???? Please???
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I would say yes*...meaning anterior to posterior.
Complete thread -- The fracture site was cleaned of fracture debris and there was a large ...
Complete thread -- PS. I do not know if this helps, but doctor is located in NJ area...
Complete thread -- L4-5 laminectomy in 2006 by a retired neurosurgeon in ___ at St. Barnabas
Complete thread -- He went to s/l Mainland in s/l Seattle? thank you.
Complete thread -- what is a "Virtoss website" about spine surgery? Any ideas?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l 'Serinon' oxymetry
Complete thread -- nobody around? anyone working...seems
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Mr. Landry ____ with failed back surgery and control with a dorsal col ...
Complete thread -- Yes, you're hearing correctly. I'm just saying "debridement" of..."was debrided out"
Complete thread -- wave posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Although looking again, debridement was "debrided out" doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- I disagree. Debridement was carried out.
Complete thread -- were
Complete thread -- That probably makes sense as meaning "outer edges"
Complete thread -- Once that was completed, a mild debridement of the degenerative *fring ...
Complete thread -- yeah if that was the way it was said.
Complete thread -- from the way the dictation reads, I disagree, but whatever. You "win."
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- depends when they saw his eyes...they WERE rolled back when they looked...
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- got it - repaired
Complete thread -- X's mom has an atrial septal defect that was ____ at 3 years of age.
Complete thread -- yes, I would not admit that made sense.
Complete thread -- hIs eyes were not rolled back. they roll back. sorry. I rolled back carpet.
Complete thread -- sorta like "the patient had his legs extended" - had his eyes rolled back. its ok
Complete thread -- agree with Keppra....
Complete thread -- nah...makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Keppra dose?
Complete thread -- not sure but that needs to be 'had his eyes roll back"... or his eyes rolled back...
Complete thread -- s/l pepper dose. make sense?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- google scarpa's fascia graft in knee operation
Complete thread -- I found documentation. SM Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- JMO I would type 4 to 3 or change to 3-4
Complete thread -- Need opinions
Complete thread -- Her stool is type 4 to 3 on the Bristol scale. Change to 3-4 or leave as 4-3?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- calprotectin
Complete thread -- GI note
Complete thread -- depends... what was Scotty dog's name?
Complete thread -- thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- As mentioned, she has mosaic Turner syndrome. Is mosaic capatalized when dictated li
Complete thread -- I agree, I think I will have to flag. Thanks all!
Complete thread -- Agree with play... I couldn't think of a way to describe it either.
Complete thread -- I used to have a Scotty dog. Does that count?
Complete thread -- I think play makes sense, (not sure how to describe it other than a steering wheel that is
Complete thread -- For what it's worth, it sounds more like play. ???
Complete thread -- 1+ Lachman and excessive varus-valgus s/l play with good endpoint. Could this be pla
Complete thread -- my choice would be flag for QA, it is too iffy. if clear type as dictated
Complete thread -- eye? I usually hear "chin" of the Scotty dog.
Complete thread -- i think the flu is flurbiprofen, tra could be tramadol, but not sure on the CUICL
Complete thread -- Hi marg, glad to see ya, hope mom is doing okay.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Neuropathic cream TRA/FLU/CUICL 5/20/2% 100 gram apply 3 to 4 times a ...
Complete thread -- yes, look up Scotty dog or Scottie dog in archives (eye of the Scotty dog)
Complete thread -- need commas 3-4, 4-5, 5-1 facets
Complete thread -- quote unquote scotty dog
Complete thread -- That's a hoot. Is it Jay's voice? Mighty fine. nm
Complete thread -- they will impede me from getting into the area of the ______
Complete thread -- agree, I researched this yesterday but did not post it & forgot what I read.
Complete thread -- line may be " aliign". In total may be "in toto" = totally; entirely; completely
Complete thread -- Take a break, listen, and laugh. (see link)
Complete thread -- I know! When I saw the suggestion, I thought, "That must be it." But no...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I guess I could have googled it (duh to me)
Complete thread -- aw, too bad. It fit with "released" and I would've felt like a genius if that was it.
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Means the most important symptom (or thing) is the patient...
Complete thread -- another guess - supine fixation?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I listened (I'm still on the report!) and I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- great minds think alike - I didn't know either and looked it up when I saw it earlier.
Complete thread -- I know I'm too late and it may not fit, but I have a way wag: CO2 insufflation?
Complete thread -- what is gmta? (just curious)
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. No, I can't hear that. This guy has a low voice and mumbling. Flagging.
Complete thread -- suprarenal fixation? (though not sure with "was released")
Complete thread -- s/l supra-in-fixation (see message and shoot me now, please)
Complete thread -- not sure what doc is saying. Does this make sense? any guess what he means?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Yes, femoral sheath it is!
Complete thread -- or maybe crural sheath?
Complete thread -- ooh - good guess, and muscle might be "upper" (with /m/ sound from syndroMe)
Complete thread -- could it be femoral sheath?
Complete thread -- dermal sheath? (see message)
Complete thread -- got it, RLS medicine
Complete thread -- medications are s/l ROS medicine for restless leg, an antacid and Bioflex...
Complete thread -- listen for radiculopathy
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- no, but apostrophe after months (months' worth)
Complete thread -- "provide three months worth of bank statements" Hyphen before worth?
Complete thread -- thanking you for trying... possibly gammopathy but not monoclonal
Complete thread -- atrophy?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was that it or are you just thanking me for trying?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- way wag -- monoclonal gammopathy?
Complete thread -- compounded topical cream is fine. Can you maybe hear anhydrous morphine?
Complete thread -- post laminectomy syndrome, *muscle extremity golopathy*, chronic pain syndrome
Complete thread -- Question?
Complete thread -- s/l minodrylase morphine and *compounded* topical cream
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Anterior segment examination
Complete thread -- agree norepinephrine reuptake sm
Complete thread -- Thanks! maybe she is saying slash?
Complete thread -- maybe just stuttering over V-shaped lac
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- The patient cut his hand with a box cutter.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- jinx, you owe me a Pepsi.
Complete thread -- or epinephrine = norephinephrine; rapteck = reuptake. Google SSNRI.
Complete thread -- second one, wag: SI/HI ? (SI slash HI) for suicidal ideation/homicidal ideation
Complete thread -- dunno about 1st one. With SI, I'd expect to hear HI (homicidal), maybe SI 'slash' HI?
Complete thread -- bony ridge(regarding ear surgery)
Complete thread -- sertraline to serotonin or *epinephrine*e or *rapteck* inhibitor such
Complete thread -- mechanism of action?
Complete thread -- compound with a rather unclear *mechanase of action*.
Complete thread -- that's all I'm coming up with too. Has to be the accent
Complete thread -- 2 abbreviations cannot verify - psych report
Complete thread -- I heard cough with feeds
Complete thread -- half life?
Complete thread -- s/l caf lake
Complete thread -- Thank you kindly both! ...
Complete thread -- throat pack
Complete thread -- throat pack
Complete thread -- Mandibular distraction
Complete thread -- Thanks muchly. Going with Montreal post.
Complete thread -- gmta. thanks! I was just about to post that. going with Montreal post.
Complete thread -- wag -- Align (probiotic)?
Complete thread -- Sted. Ortho: Montreal hip positioner; Equip. words: Montreal positioner (so... post)
Complete thread -- first part is accented and short e sound BUT he pronounces things incorrectly frequently
Complete thread -- that site also has foley not capped. I probably would not cap it. see link
Complete thread -- That is a good site, better than some unknown poster here & Stedman
Complete thread -- perhaps Exelon sm
Complete thread -- Montreal Post or post? (liner exchange, total hip replacement)
Complete thread -- no problemo - it is a good lesson for all OPs - basic info on pt always helps.
Complete thread -- dandelion?
Complete thread -- can you give us a better s/l - which syllable is accented, long or short vowel sounds
Complete thread -- you're right
Complete thread -- He is still on metoprolol, aspirin, melatonin, Lunesta, and *elion* . He went
Complete thread -- hint for the future - let us know we're talking about an infant, then "feeds" would be on
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think cough with feeds?
Complete thread -- with bowel prep your "stool" is basically water... so I guess it is see through
Complete thread -- I do not think sputum is right. Fever? that is a guess too.
Complete thread -- cough with (sputum?) history of
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: Positive for ______ vomiting.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I googled episil and found it - it is a spray (trade name seems to be uncapped?)
Complete thread -- got it! superior. He slowed it down later.
Complete thread -- sent WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- s/l ep-i-sil throat liquid TIA!
Complete thread -- sounds like spear, spare, spirt?
Complete thread -- If stools are not *see through*, repeat the same cleanout the following day.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- P1
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- risk factors
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- volume too low for me
Complete thread -- P1 vs. T1
Complete thread -- She has no subarachnoid hemorrhage ________.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Pilates
Complete thread -- The patient is a 42-year-old _____ instructor. ...
Complete thread -- had a high facial ridge obstructing natural s/l"poply" of cleaning.
Complete thread -- ...when she is pushed into the wall. S or C*___ly over time, she start ...
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- (googled your exact phrase)
Complete thread -- third-spacing, a shifting of fluid into interstitial spaces. ... The low albumin levels
Complete thread -- Low albumin level leading to s/l third spacing...am I hearing right?
Complete thread -- wc! glad you got it!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- No, he says he is "arranging for ASV". Thanks for helping me work through it.
Complete thread -- thanks. I think he is saying "I am writing for ASV"
Complete thread -- able to hear component .... ASV (Adaptive Servo-Ventilation )
Complete thread -- for your response!
Complete thread -- I still would not put in commas
Complete thread -- This is a 42-year-old male, firefighter, who was referred....(forgot to put in male)
Complete thread -- no commas necessary
Complete thread -- Yes, I am on DSL. I guess that's why.
Complete thread -- This is a 42-year-old, firefighter, who was referred....
Complete thread -- You have a dynamic instead of a static IP.
Complete thread -- I am arranging for therapy for his obstructive sleep apnea syndrome given the central
Complete thread -- I saw it. Thanks for letting me know.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- any tumors
Complete thread -- p.s. That was me, k a o m p j. I see mine was changed again.
Complete thread -- Yours is another name I know I can rely on. Don't go changing yours now. :-)
Complete thread -- There is no obstruction or ______ in that area.
Complete thread -- lol! nostalgia!
Complete thread -- I agree with "wag" below on the mp3 guess of "broken" stitches, and not Brooke or
Complete thread -- what a nice compliment, don't see many of those on this board. :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. LB is also good. I recognize that one as fgjjgj too.
Complete thread -- I'll try & remember to use my name.
Complete thread -- I have a new one every day for some reason.
Complete thread -- what was your old name?
Complete thread -- I'm going to have to get used to your new name. I always knew when I saw fgjjgj that I
Complete thread -- I'd say its okay, or no commas at all is okay too.
Complete thread -- Not sure if the commas are okay this way
Complete thread -- a.k.a. Lois
Complete thread -- Yep
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- pdpabg=fgjgfj or someting like that?
Complete thread -- well, this is me...
Complete thread -- Think you're right! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- When my internet changed over, same thing happened to me. Someone asked me if I was
Complete thread -- AGREE
Complete thread -- and I just noticed, I got a new wireless router & it changed my name on here!
Complete thread -- quetiapine
Complete thread -- She takes *Ketapine* 75 mg at night just for sleep
Complete thread -- When I asked the question, I changed it to AE, so you still look like a genius!
Complete thread -- radiculopathy ?
Complete thread -- nostalgia and breasts...when I remember mine were not to my knees...
Complete thread -- glad you got it right!
Complete thread -- good instincts on your part - glad you put the right answer
Complete thread -- AH THANKS SO MUCH!!! ...
Complete thread -- mastalgia (breast pain)
Complete thread -- 20 year old with breast discomfort
Complete thread -- I will settle for '....patch and to bring in her drops, which will...' Thanks.
Complete thread -- To the person who posted stroke equivalence instead of equivalents, please see origin
Complete thread -- Instructions were given to return to my office in 1½ hours for removal ...
Complete thread -- cool beans...except i had papilla and not ae...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- On post below, QA answered me! The cuff and papillae were relieved
Complete thread -- 1510 hours is fine (just don't use the : with military time)
Complete thread -- I appreciate your help. How shall I type that on a non-verbatim account
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I figured that, but never heard the expression. Would you type at
Complete thread -- military time 1510 hours (3:10 p.m.)
Complete thread -- oh. Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- what time is 15 ten hours. (PA dictating time of telephone call)
Complete thread -- cost (cheaper than surgery of fusion)
Complete thread -- Do you hear cost??? Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- no dose given, just named in the list of a others sm
Complete thread -- s/l muscle extremity gulopathy
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hope the person who wrote equivalence sees my post.
Complete thread -- ha ha - that's a good one!
Complete thread -- ahh... so it's all good. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I thought minted pillow too...
Complete thread -- I was asking for context cuz I wonder if it is dose of med before -- 1 "gram a day"
Complete thread -- OK, yeah, probably papilla and not "foot pillow" - makes sense
Complete thread -- At first I thought cuff and pillow. Then thought papilla. I will flag and ask QA for a
Complete thread -- a dilated
Complete thread -- after googling, i find cuff and papilla with tooth extraction.
Complete thread -- yes i think thats it thanks so much!
Complete thread -- s/l cuff and foot pillow to me - but no idea what she means by "relieved"
Complete thread -- is it a numbered list? doses? Give us the before and after.
Complete thread -- Gyn surgery: Exam was notable for "an eyelid" left tube.
Complete thread -- lol. I actually put equivalents and accidentally uploaded it before checking for replies
Complete thread -- old, ex-36 week, premature
Complete thread -- pulp and papilla ? or cup and papilla? cuff and papilla? grrrrr
Complete thread -- degenerative spine pathology (or DSP)
Complete thread -- wav file, dental procedure. She is so clear
Complete thread -- med s/l gramada pls sm
Complete thread -- maybe "THORACIC:"
Complete thread -- please help with commas. are any necessary here?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Instrumentation with *B S P* pedicle screws in place
Complete thread -- dextromethorphan is all I can think of but doesn't fit there.
Complete thread -- history of?
Complete thread -- Thank you! is there a word before percussion?
Complete thread -- Depression, *fissural* melanoma, headaches, anxiety
Complete thread -- morphine and s/l dextenadorphon
Complete thread -- I also caught followup!!!
Complete thread -- Yes, it makes sense. Thank you!
Complete thread -- This is a UVJ calculus, so maybe it makes sense after all?
Complete thread -- broken? as opposed to a row of stitches?
Complete thread -- Help with double-J stent placement (see message)
Complete thread -- percussion note is resonant. (I have one doctor that uses that phrase)
Complete thread -- percussion [_] resonance [_] breath sounds normal.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Modality treatments maybe. That is often heard in ortho
Complete thread -- Seems fine to me. Documenting for the record that there wasn't a cane, etc.
Complete thread -- Agree. I think he's saying it wrong.
Complete thread -- nonantalgic, no *evidence of an* assistive device
Complete thread -- Tylenol #3 and morphine. *modality tray* include trigger
Complete thread -- I think it is Brooke. On looking up Brooke ileostomy, it said that
Complete thread -- I hear Brooklyn too... ??
Complete thread -- found Brooke ileostomy ? lemme listen tho.
Complete thread -- sent an MP3 file in case I am hearing it incorrectly.
Complete thread -- it sounds like Brooklyn - I cannot document a Brooklyn stitch
Complete thread -- I thought that or Talos, thanks. I have no clue what Talos would be doing there!
Complete thread -- towels
Complete thread -- MP3, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you.. was way off.. that is it.
Complete thread -- suicidal thoughts and planning?
Complete thread -- *free feather thoughts and fanning** pl sm for context
Complete thread -- Thank you. Maybe it will slide through unnoticed and op won't get in trouble for it.
Complete thread -- Don't worry about it - not very different and will not affect pt care
Complete thread -- I screwed up. Sorry.
Complete thread -- probably too late, but I agree with equivalents also.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think it's equivalents, either talking about stroke as a cardiac risk
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it might be "per gonio" (short for per gonioscopy)
Complete thread -- four corners, all directions, ? U stitches okay. It would be 0 Ethibond, not zero. I'm
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- equivalence
Complete thread -- Review of systems is negative for any stroke *equivalence/equivalents*.
Complete thread -- will relisten for that. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- TheraTears?
Complete thread -- Restasis and s/l fair or fara tears for eye dryness. She has Sjogren's.
Complete thread -- Two helps~sutured in four s/l*corner-al* directions and s/L**Talbot hitch** using..
Complete thread -- Ty
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Mistletoe
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- s/l Misselpro see msg for context plz/tks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a guess down to the ankles might just be "angles" as in (rib angles)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a guess all I could hear was both afferent or efferent small vessels
Complete thread -- Got it, archives are awesome! Severs
Complete thread -- in assessment, she says what sounds like - left C bruise. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- S-adenosyl-L-methionine, also called SAMe, may be helpful for depression, osteoarthritis,
Complete thread -- SAM-e (or Sam-e?)
Complete thread -- I wonder is "none" is mom (somebody present with the patient)
Complete thread -- Doc spells but really fast and not completely sure but s/l SAME cream for
Complete thread -- neo (prefix, combo term) = new, revised etc sm
Complete thread -- the neo (new) chin and the native (old) chin
Complete thread -- right subcostal?
Complete thread -- none = no treatment plan at all.
Complete thread -- s/l bile duct (don't know the location of this procedure, but that's what it s/l
Complete thread -- Found Rochard in archives.
Complete thread -- Bookwalter?
Complete thread -- disease was identified. The *rocharvda* retractor
Complete thread -- A *vie sta costal* incision was made
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l neo chin and native chin
Complete thread -- patient in detail including *none*, and the patient
Complete thread -- device and staples. __________ and the small vessels
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it is the "state system" that monitors drug prescriptions (see link)
Complete thread -- clean bill of health?
Complete thread -- care urine today positive for oxycodone, *state system* negative for prescriptions sm
Complete thread -- family history of __________ for which she had been __________ in the past
Complete thread -- congestive heart failure nitro quadered ...
Complete thread -- Check the archives, but I don't think neuroforaminal is ever used.
Complete thread -- you are right on both accounts
Complete thread -- retrobulbar. It must be "now" with leptomeningeal spread, not "no."
Complete thread -- Thank you! . You are right. I never heard of it either, but he says it quite clearly.
Complete thread -- sa ...
Complete thread -- 2. Right common iliac artery intraoperative atherectomy utilizing #11 ...
Complete thread -- the rib margin down to the ankles. The incisions were made in the righ ...
Complete thread -- a history of metastatic breast cancer, no with leptomeningeal spread ...
Complete thread -- neuroforaminal vs neural foraminal which is which thanks :) ...
Complete thread -- I guess it could be finasteride. BTW, are you sure it's
Complete thread -- thank you. I thought so too, but I hear something like "dorsive" or is that just his mann
Complete thread -- to his
Complete thread -- dorsal?
Complete thread -- Medication that sounds like fenasforate.
Complete thread -- She is done with her radiation therapy and has a s/l clibyal health at ...
Complete thread -- this is due to what I feel is injury to the ____columns from the abscess
Complete thread -- Wow, should have googled it - I just checked RXlist above.
Complete thread -- Please see trademark information inside.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- placed in 5 degrees of valgus
Complete thread -- The ankle joint was placed into neutral plantar flexion and dorsiflexi ...
Complete thread -- medication S/L nifedical
Complete thread -- I heard The hook & trochanter hip retractor
Complete thread -- yes tan; also comes in other colors to accommodate a specific surgery
Complete thread -- yes tan; also comes in other colors to accommodate a specific surgery
Complete thread -- We were able to transect the appendix through its base sm
Complete thread -- amiantacea
Complete thread -- Dermatology
Complete thread -- Thanks, I added one there
Complete thread -- I'd go with comma before who.
Complete thread -- are the commas okay?
Complete thread -- I would say vascular or cirulatory preferably. Maybe even extremities.
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- the wav is there now.
Complete thread -- wav file. New to surgery. I am totally going to have find a good surgical tool book!
Complete thread -- I was hearing L frank , thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Aufranc (retractor) from archives
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks - hemiarthroplasty
Complete thread -- Thank you~!
Complete thread -- Normally, with odd things, I tend to leave them where they are - if he is
Complete thread -- Where is it in the physical examination?
Complete thread -- What heading should I put this under? sm
Complete thread -- google it - it's fine
Complete thread -- thank you for the explanation. Saying "is" didn't 'sound' right.
Complete thread -- "Remainder" is one of those words that can be singular or plural depending on context.
Complete thread -- I thought it would be remainder "is", it fact that is what Word wants me to do.
Complete thread -- the remainder of the nodes are ... the remander of the node is.
Complete thread -- lymph nodes (plural, more than one)" are"=plural nm
Complete thread -- The remainder of the lymph nodes within the mediastinum (are/is?) less than 6 mm.
Complete thread -- I might just do it as subacromial area. That's generic enough and it's
Complete thread -- I had the first one but was wrong on 2. Thanks
Complete thread -- and a traction..
Complete thread -- 1. traction 2. os calcis
Complete thread -- wav file, questioning areas on this.
Complete thread -- he says: No tenderness over the subacromion. So, don't know what to put there.
Complete thread -- I don't think so - subacromial.
Complete thread -- I cannot document subacromion. Is this a word?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- age & gender might help us with a word/diagnosis.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't think so - just the name I think.
Complete thread -- Ya, I know. I listened for both. I thought maybe something too intoxicated to talk too
Complete thread -- I flagged the report and asked to be sent the corrected, so hopefully, they will. I will
Complete thread -- Usually doctors will say good, poor etc. historian
Complete thread -- when removing patient identifying information, does the age and gender also need
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- no leukocytosis. can't get the one below.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- bruising
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Joyce Piccirillo found that name on a NP page
Complete thread -- wav file - can anyone get this name? referral because of hip break
Complete thread -- consideration for?
Complete thread -- I will send him to Dr. Phillip Rubinfeld for C2-3 facet injection with ____for radiof
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- roadmap
Complete thread -- Angiogram: using s/l rub out guidance ??
Complete thread -- Olympus 180 H endoscope
Complete thread -- What's the specialty?
Complete thread -- NM. delivery. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Lactic acidosis, type B. No evidence of oxygen s/l blurry problems. TIA!
Complete thread -- yes - fetal origin OF (not in)
Complete thread -- LOL! Fetal origin sounds good!
Complete thread -- fetal origin
Complete thread -- unremarkable for aneurysm in left PCA?
Complete thread -- Head MRA unremarkable, s/l fatal orange in left PCA. TIA!
Complete thread -- This didn't play right so I reposted it as mp3.
Complete thread -- After adequate sedation, an Olympus 180 ______ endoscope was passed
Complete thread -- family history of __________ for which she had been __________ in the past
Complete thread -- NM. Moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Looking for a doc s/l prer-ay in Santa Cruz, CA area. TIA!
Complete thread -- Not unless you can document it goes by that name only, which is unlikely. Wouldn't cap
Complete thread -- If any abnormality found, return to Cancer Center*. thanks
Complete thread -- Made .085/line 17 yrs. ago, later .10/line. Two buyouts later, cuts across the board/sm
Complete thread -- it's lungs colonized with - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Okay, it is something colonized. ____ colonized with...
Complete thread -- On respiratory culture, the patient is growing s/l roncolnides with MRSA, ESBL
Complete thread -- TO frustrated boss: Perhaps the reason is, you have never been an MT sm
Complete thread -- But what benefits do you offer? How many hours are guaranteed per week. Do you pay overti
Complete thread -- Ah-men!
Complete thread -- You are lucky. Don't try to fool anyone.
Complete thread -- ... just maybe you answered your own dilemma, sir or ma'am. Could
Complete thread -- You made 80 cents a line?
Complete thread -- "Luck" has very little to do with it, my friend.
Complete thread -- You got THAT right.
Complete thread -- I made 0.8/line 15 years ago. Now paid 23.50 hourly and 15/line
Complete thread -- You're very lucky!
Complete thread -- No. If we won the lottery today, we would never work. We have to work.
Complete thread -- I made $.09/line at one time, but that was
Complete thread -- It's a doc and a PA, but that's all I have available right now.
Complete thread -- No. Only pays .09 a line, but, like I said, lots of macros/templates.
Complete thread -- is it worth applying if I'm already making .12 a line?
Complete thread -- *one doctor*
Complete thread -- done doctor can't possibly keep one person busy ...
Complete thread -- You can send your resume to....
Complete thread -- Hey, "frustrated boss," where'd you go?
Complete thread -- Doctor is a spine surgeon, mumbles sometimes, does not always send work consistently.
Complete thread -- Where do we apply??
Complete thread -- agree...and we don't want any voice wreck. I type ...and get 12c a line.
Complete thread -- What do you consider a reasonable wage? I pay .09 but account has TONS of macros.
Complete thread -- Depends what your paying. I'm not offering my knowledge and skill for minimum wage.
Complete thread -- I know lots who want to work, only we want decent wages, not India-affected pennies/line
Complete thread -- Are there any transcriptionists out there who actually want to work????
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- stoma
Complete thread -- stoma or stomal
Complete thread -- CD is correct - chest CTs do not involve cineangiograms
Complete thread -- agree with CD.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, y'all . . . . . :)
Complete thread -- Agree
Complete thread -- The Relpax is what is to be taken every 2 hours p.r.n. up to 80 mg a day.
Complete thread -- CD? copy of the CT on a CD to look at it?
Complete thread -- I don't think you want to take 400 mg of naproxen every 2 hours
Complete thread -- cine - short for cineangiogram ?
Complete thread -- "cini" ??? see msg.
Complete thread -- migraine - see msg. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- spondylogenic?
Complete thread -- it's defintely starts with "spondyl"
Complete thread -- ? spondylolisthetic
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- spongioplasmic or spongioblastic?
Complete thread -- Kidner? Kidner procedure is the most common surgical treatment for accessory navicular
Complete thread -- Learn something new every day!! lol
Complete thread -- undifferentiated?
Complete thread -- in SH. S/l spongi/fran/chet/ic
Complete thread -- s/l echidna procedure
Complete thread -- found some info on silicone plate-haptic -- didn't research it, but may be worth a look?
Complete thread -- foot plate?
Complete thread -- distensibility of the
Complete thread -- hyperechoic?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ... separate from the thyroid by s/l "hyperoptic" line
Complete thread -- s/l "slit plate"
Complete thread -- distensibility
Complete thread -- distention through the...?
Complete thread -- patency and normal __________ right internal
Complete thread -- went back and listened again. Very clear, Midrin.
Complete thread -- unless it was midodrine (?)
Complete thread -- steepling is correct (new one on me)
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Erivedge (vismodegib)
Complete thread -- HUH? is that supposed to be like an ID number for a biopsy of mass?
Complete thread -- Oral medication called "eroveg"
Complete thread -- Rectal mass s/l SU13-4151 - Is SU correct or FU? Thx.
Complete thread -- it was steepling
Complete thread -- I believe stippling (appearance) to the airway is more correct.
Complete thread -- but he does stutter, I will relisten
Complete thread -- very clear long A sound though...
Complete thread -- consider "stippling" (but might also be "steepling" as Darlene suggested.)
Complete thread -- might be acrylic cement. Or might google kyphoplasty cement and look around
Complete thread -- s/l stapinig might be steepling sn
Complete thread -- slow way down on your end and relisten then can probably get it
Complete thread -- thanks - thought so too
Complete thread -- "staplnig" stay-pling, chest x-ray
Complete thread -- Kyphoplasty procedure using "implant, sl algia cement." nm
Complete thread -- Sounds like horrendous to me, which would fit context.
Complete thread -- 3-4 weeks' followup OR 3- to 4-week followup
Complete thread -- He would be a __________ surgical candidate.
Complete thread -- that makes sense. thank you for the good idea
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help
Complete thread -- That's what I heard.
Complete thread -- Maybe just as meaning "extra time"? Should that be "in" that they should continue (not
Complete thread -- I could not get the word before hypertension. Is it transient? Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- He will see me in 3-4 weeks followup. (weeks'?)
Complete thread -- this is a Telephone Conversation that the pa had with the physical therapist
Complete thread -- I have no idea if you are questioning transient hypertension or what exactly the ? is.
Complete thread -- I think PMH would have been helpful here, but on first listen I got "ropinirole."
Complete thread -- benefits of using this medication including risk of ___ , hypertension,
Complete thread -- will check back in the morning if anyone is able to help.
Complete thread -- Include Fosamax, bupropion, fenofibrate, _________, and Xanax.
Complete thread -- I didn't think so with the medication list showing Midrin. That is actually what
Complete thread -- With tetanus ending in "s," you may be right!
Complete thread -- thanks, I was hearing Tylenol
Complete thread -- Stadol
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Include sulfa, tetanus,__________, latex band-aid.
Complete thread -- it's still 3-4/6
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- It would also be L.A. if not expanding (LA is Louisiana)
Complete thread -- It should be R.N. (registered nurse)
Complete thread -- RN for LA (Los Angeles) Unified School District - the patient is a school nurse
Complete thread -- She is an ____ School District. ...
Complete thread -- There is serogenic and also sero-negative. Can google.com to verify
Complete thread -- look it up light illuination - goes in the mouth to light up nose, sinuses etc
Complete thread -- Lets take another look at what you posted sm.
Complete thread -- I guess we were both wrong. Hope the op lets us know what it was.
Complete thread -- okay.. thank you! :)
Complete thread -- ahhhhh it just hit me ... and flattened in I.
Complete thread -- okay if it is lead I... what is the "slat ten" ??? or "slat" in I
Complete thread -- would think it would be another lead(s)....
Complete thread -- s/l slat ten 1
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- check out alendronate (aka Fosamax)
Complete thread -- s/l allenginate
Complete thread -- TMs clear bilaterally? Nose clear. Throat clear.
Complete thread -- My guess was oblique as wel
Complete thread -- I have so many flags, will just finish and send to QA, thanks
Complete thread -- Had to change to WAV, could not get the MP3 to load
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- Great site: http://www.nynpi.com/
Complete thread -- DR. VALERIE MAY GUMBAN SIA MD (sorry about the caps)
Complete thread -- s/l Dr. Valerie Cia in Toms River, NJ. She spells Cia, but I can't find it.
Complete thread -- sorry : ( I did not see your post (I did check, we must have posted almost the same time)
Complete thread -- Thanks. My first thought, Down syndrome...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think she is tripping on "some"
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- could be "this plan" but the "which is significantly worse in the past" doesn't
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Why are stats all like this??
Complete thread -- no, would flag.
Complete thread -- oops, looks likes the pt is a she.
Complete thread -- has no amenorrhea or menstrual problems
Complete thread -- keep his recovery
Complete thread -- looks like your wav was posted over
Complete thread -- In an effort to keep this ____somewhat simple
Complete thread -- His past medical history is benign denying anemia, ___, cough, lung pr ...
Complete thread -- Thx
Complete thread -- how I would (sm)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Does sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- Actually that probably would. THANK YOU ...
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- but now that I read it again, I don't think "a" belongs.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that was my thinking as well
Complete thread -- I would put a few-second palpitations. It's not second palpitations; sm
Complete thread -- because she is still very dizzy since that
Complete thread -- This is because she ______ that last episode.
Complete thread -- I thought it was issue of faith - how far off can that be??
Complete thread -- absolutely none. I will flag. She slurs too much slow. I have come across another spot
Complete thread -- due to age ___? (new line)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can you slow it down at all?
Complete thread -- yuck....any clues under HPI?
Complete thread -- wav file, 86 year old with shortness of breath after surgery
Complete thread -- I wouldn't but that is just me.
Complete thread -- Should a few second be hyphenated?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- showed/revealed? Not sure but doubt you'll be banned from MT for life if you choose wrong
Complete thread -- dip revealed trace of protein
Complete thread -- prenatal exam...
Complete thread -- found it - dialostic murmurs are grade out of 4
Complete thread -- There is a grade 3/4 continuous murmur best heard at the left upper sternal border.
Complete thread -- OMG! it's repeat - so sorry to trouble you all, but thank you!
Complete thread -- Could he be giving abbr and then the expansion, i.e., HP (hysteroscopic polyp...)
Complete thread -- No, thanks, now wondering if he is saying BP - not sure what that would be either nm
Complete thread -- D&C?
Complete thread -- We discussed with her the option of s/l VP hysteroscopic polypectomy. nm
Complete thread -- According to BOS 3 it is. My last company did not like suspensive hyphens and we did not
Complete thread -- I should have gotten that, so clear. Thanks
Complete thread -- VSD, GERD, duodenal...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Ophthalmology visit, but this is past medical history
Complete thread -- sounds like it - back that up or off?
Complete thread -- 6- to 8-month history....correct?
Complete thread -- Almost looks like subpulmonic but not sure that would fit the context.
Complete thread -- "back that up" meaning to go along with that plan?
Complete thread -- Pulmonary
Complete thread -- so I think we could ____that up for a little while and see if she deteriorates
Complete thread -- fragment? plus, SM (punctuation)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- oblique extension?
Complete thread -- is a nidus for infection
Complete thread -- s/l a/ny/as
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- probably. instead of sero-negative
Complete thread -- Subacromial decompression is a procedure, not a diagnosis. it is not distal
Complete thread -- speech *frag man* difficulties as well as ADHD
Complete thread -- Darlene STOP, please.
Complete thread -- Ever heard of "non-serogenic arthritis?"
Complete thread -- I disagree, makes sense, the dx WAS listed, question was distal claudication
Complete thread -- I'd "guess" more of a "light compression dressing was packed... but I'm not shoving a
Complete thread -- I know, right?
Complete thread -- I know this talk... you also have word missing.
Complete thread -- Darlene, seriously?
Complete thread -- a guess - right septum packed to right eye or sm
Complete thread -- AGREE, that makes no sense in the context. Please be careful!
Complete thread -- not sure, if word missing or just clumbsy short speak sentence
Complete thread -- but you didn't list herpes in the diagnosis, so I dont think we would have
Complete thread -- oh dear, that doesn't make sense for a few reasons
Complete thread -- I think she means Valtrex for herpes, so I'm leaving blank.
Complete thread -- Med s/l valasick or balasick 1 gram in the evening. *Val A sick*
Complete thread -- irrigation
Complete thread -- There was somewhat *obliquely* area to the
Complete thread -- all that comes to mind is light perception - and that is way wrong
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- makes sense to me sm (not getting adequate blood flow) thus claudication sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Orbital blowout fracture~Light s/l*light-per-septum*was then packed to the right eye
Complete thread -- I think meant (wideout) vocal cords opening is stuck sm
Complete thread -- Then in Plan he says intralaminar! Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- That's what he said but backed up to correct "intralamellar?"
Complete thread -- intralaminar tear?
Complete thread -- may also hear interposition graft (interchangable)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I went with wide-out - only reason I though Y was I saw a Y axis on research
Complete thread -- Quick question - sounds like wide out - so wideout, wideout, Y'd out?
Complete thread -- rete pegs
Complete thread -- I had found something like that but not as one word. Bet she is having trouble pronouncing
Complete thread -- decompression, distal *claudication* and debridement of the rotator cuff
Complete thread -- no "Acute" dictated... something like chylothorax?
Complete thread -- I want it to be hypoplastic thorax, but... just sounds like slice flow?
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- New test for archives. Urine test using nanoparticles to detect blood clots.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- it's the same
Complete thread -- s/l intragraft angioplasty (wav does not include your 2nd blank)
Complete thread -- RIGHT UPPER ARM AV SHUNT STUDY, EXTREMITY VENOGRAM, ______ ANGIOPLASTY AND VENOUS ANA
Complete thread -- Pt with plantar wart. sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dartos
Complete thread -- The underlying _____ was approximated.
Complete thread -- as well as supportive _____ applied.
Complete thread -- s/l *INTRAGRAFT* ANGIOPLASTY
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Celebrex, Diovan, Singulair, ____, Crestor, and _____.
Complete thread -- he has this s/l sesation on hand but never used the prescription due to side effects.
Complete thread -- I got it. Thank you for trying
Complete thread -- She has been placed on ___as well as antibiotics and this has resolved.
Complete thread -- yeah, what's that about?
Complete thread -- geez~ what is so sad and evil about asking if that was darlene?
Complete thread -- argh..going with secondary to..
Complete thread -- actually think you are right.
Complete thread -- thanks lb. I think it is intestine removal secondary to tumor removal.
Complete thread -- possibly a tumor removal - is what I hear
Complete thread -- umbilical hernia repair in **, partial intestine removal, ___________ tumor removal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for the helpful link. I too thought it was pleomorphic and he ...
Complete thread -- pleomorphic?
Complete thread -- see if anything fits on this link
Complete thread -- nevi
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- got it. It is ProAir.
Complete thread -- Xopenex, Phenergan with codeine p.r.n., Aciphex, ___________ HFA p.r.n.
Complete thread -- you are really an sad evil evil person idaogj. (not jan)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Extent is what I was leaning toward as well.
Complete thread -- just found it- IPF
Complete thread -- s/l IBF or IVF?
Complete thread -- entrepreneurship, venture capital
Complete thread -- entrepreneurship, venture capital.
Complete thread -- He will contribute his experience in ____, ___ capital, and his concep ...
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense, especially if software is involved.
Complete thread -- seems like extent to me.
Complete thread -- initial?
Complete thread -- putting this out there. Maybe someone knows?
Complete thread -- Pt has thumb laceration. "...due to the s/l stent of the laceration.." See inside f
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- :) no....oooo
Complete thread -- Got it. I always pronounce it in my head as if it's French, rhymes with toi. lol
Complete thread -- yup...that's me. Gray paste. lol
Complete thread -- Useless trivia.. Poi is a Hawaiian word for the primary Polynesian staple food made from t
Complete thread -- it is just 3 letters that are right next to each other on the keyboard
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- as in, your name :-)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I meant what does "poi" mean? :-)
Complete thread -- her ISP has changed then
Complete thread -- it is "observing on field", she said "from", then said "on field, sorry. That is what
Complete thread -- *curious
Complete thread -- curios - what does poi mean?
Complete thread -- observing on field (she corrected the "from")
Complete thread -- sweet 16
Complete thread -- sweet 16 (party)
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Since his last visit, he has been attending football games and practic ...
Complete thread -- I did try, can't figure it out - sorry.
Complete thread -- Oh, I thoroughly agree on who it is. We all have our own style when it comes to posting,
Complete thread -- There is a ____ patent foramen ovale noted.
Complete thread -- she is disguising herself as 'nm' lately, but we can see through her disguise, can't we?
Complete thread -- Is that Darlene? I haven't seen her here in a while.
Complete thread -- No problem, I assumed something was wrong with Port-A-Cath too..
Complete thread -- but so glad that YOU listened and told us all what it really IS
Complete thread -- as usual, you are a day late and a dollar short...
Complete thread -- My bad. I did think you were saying sorry like "I figured it out"
Complete thread -- also, his tone dips a bit is prob. why you can quite hear it.
Complete thread -- yes, I listened, it IS peel away sheath, yep see *****
Complete thread -- Yes, simply a clarification because I had not given the operation
Complete thread -- Oh no. Misunderstood your message - I thought you meant that Port-A-Cath written that
Complete thread -- certainly fits, but OP said "definitely not BMP" as what she
Complete thread -- Definitely peel-away sheath...
Complete thread -- Sorta sounds like he changed his mind a few times...and confused
Complete thread -- its pretty run-on but I think it makes sense, in a round-about way
Complete thread -- He is on 85 of ____ and so I put him on Venofir....
Complete thread -- 85 mg and so I...? (not sure if that fits)
Complete thread -- or did you mean that a Port-A-Cath is what we're doing here?
Complete thread -- make that 3 helpers - a bit of a stutter, but clearly peel-away sheath.
Complete thread -- does thi smake sense?
Complete thread -- because 2 helpers clearly hear peel-away and they are not that far into the procedure
Complete thread -- Why not?
Complete thread -- just hope you don't use Port-A-Cath
Complete thread -- orrrrrrr, pulsus alternans!!! Thanks for the lead!!
Complete thread -- don't know what happened before but I attached the mp3
Complete thread -- I listened for that, just simply could not hear it. Thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- but he started with 99 so he's pretty drunk by
Complete thread -- peel-away
Complete thread -- sorry - Port-A-Cath
Complete thread -- do you have a sound-alike or a sound file to listen to?
Complete thread -- 85 bottles of beer?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l pulses ultrans may be - Pulsus paradoxus sm
Complete thread -- BMP basic metabolic panel (7 lab test) with glucose as one of them
Complete thread -- Mumbling, new, annoying PA, s.m. "pulses ultrans" s.m.
Complete thread -- He is on 85 ______. So I increased his Venofer trial
Complete thread -- maybe "lope" is gait stable on a slope ?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 25/25 degrees, *spectoral* is negative bilaterally
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Her gait appeared to be stable and *on a lope*
Complete thread -- I thought it was aligned. Just knew I was off. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- and along its base
Complete thread -- pulling makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you poi. Very kind of you to help
Complete thread -- extension loss makes sense to me. The patient is able to fully extend.
Complete thread -- not suitable to context
Complete thread -- BNP
Complete thread -- Definitely not BMP...
Complete thread -- s/l BVP blood draws (see message for context)
Complete thread -- evidence of *extension loss* or muscle spasm
Complete thread -- two ?s
Complete thread -- yup - definitely not my suggestion with IV
Complete thread -- nerve entrapment in the Guyon's canal bilaterally.
Complete thread -- interpreted showing that a clinical diagnosis of ulnar nerve ___ in ______
Complete thread -- Yes, I guess so.
Complete thread -- bisacodyl?
Complete thread -- I heard him say again 10 mg busco IV. So, I guess this needs to be fl ...
Complete thread -- how would we know? you didn't give us anything to help make any determination on.
Complete thread -- x mg Versed, xx mcg fentanyl, 10 mg b*****
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- salient
Complete thread -- No other s/l "saline" findings are noted on neurologic exam.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- (kilos are 2.5 (metric)
Complete thread -- feeling WEAK (week)
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Moving on.
Complete thread -- That F was so clear.
Complete thread -- Her lungs are clear and she has only
Complete thread -- could be obtained. Her _____ slight edema and otherwise remains unchanged.
Complete thread -- Typo?
Complete thread -- Jon-uh Gu-chuck. No other clues, specialty, etc. City is not definite, just area. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- . johnna? What is that? We need a lil better s/l in order to help. Please and thanks.
Complete thread -- Phillips forceps
Complete thread -- it is cesarean section ! where did you come up with that spelling???
Complete thread -- Emergency cesarian section with *filips* forceps.
Complete thread -- nOT on bb's doc list either. ANy other clues? Certain of the spelling, certain of locati
Complete thread -- sorry, can't think of anything. Wish I could hear it, might be able to help more.
Complete thread -- Any other clues? Possible specialty, etc?
Complete thread -- not that... there is an a prox sound at first... i MIGHT hear image if I try hard... a pro
Complete thread -- thanks will try
Complete thread -- Looking for doc s/l johnna guchuck in Tacoma, WA area TIA!
Complete thread -- here is a link for a human medical book referencing P1
Complete thread -- maybe "Hanks" (Stedman's O/G)
Complete thread -- compression of the spinal cord?
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- followup is supposed to the "preferred" way nowadays, but accounts can be picky.
Complete thread -- ditto x3
Complete thread -- either way, depends on account specs - we don't use the hyphen where I work.
Complete thread -- a multi-pass
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Uterine curettage.
Complete thread -- Is it follow-up or followup?
Complete thread -- did that before i posted
Complete thread -- nobody asked for definition of "approximate" - does it fit context?
Complete thread -- flimsy hits, and finding the phrase doesn't mean it makes sense in this context.
Complete thread -- not sure that makes sense to be seen on imaging (IMO)
Complete thread -- i think either works, yep sm (next time, google your term)
Complete thread -- forgot to define for you, means to bring together
Complete thread -- for next time.. google the phraseApproximation of the spinal cord
Complete thread -- I thought frank but when I Googled only found Frank's method
Complete thread -- s/l *Approximation* of the spinal cord
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Frank? (I googled Frank dilator - looks ok?)
Complete thread -- wav file, can't document what I think he is saying
Complete thread -- some in aberrancy?
Complete thread -- Clearwater?
Complete thread -- I saw that, not a med. It sounded more like it but sort of impossible
Complete thread -- yeah, I think we can r/o the 1st one - more of a chemical, not a med. Lotta 'Breaking Bad'
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- I agree 100%. Those were my 2 options and had all but ruled out the first one. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l methylamine but I doubt it. Mesalamine makes much better sense with the colitis.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I have more than one option that sort of fit.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- with some ??? aberrancy.
Complete thread -- fixed wav. Please help
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- temporally = on the side near the temple.
Complete thread -- There are 9312 supraventricular ectopies with ______.
Complete thread -- Anterior chamber was tapped *temporally* with a 30-gauge needle to reduce pressure
Complete thread -- or blepharodermatochalesia
Complete thread -- sounds like he's making up word blepharodermatocholesia
Complete thread -- can you type out the links for me? I cannot get to them..
Complete thread -- hot lymph node count
Complete thread -- can you type out the links for me? I cannot get to them..
Complete thread -- I dont think so. Thank you for tyring. I will add a
Complete thread -- 9 references to P1
Complete thread -- Ha. Most of google relates to horses, but that's what I hear (P1)
Complete thread -- I think it might be "P1." Google to find out more.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she once also had 2 fractures
Complete thread -- she once also had 2 fractures
Complete thread -- guessing dermatochalasis?
Complete thread -- bilateral s /l "blepharo Dermata Calasia"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is here for a followup of her left small finger __Salter-Harris II fracture
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- s/l SRS (stereotactic radiosurgery)
Complete thread -- If it was recently, you have to use "New Search" instead of "Search Archives."
Complete thread -- I didn't say it did.
Complete thread -- why is it that I cannot find a word in the archive when I KNOW I put it there and I e
Complete thread -- s/l Florida Clinical or Clerical University
Complete thread -- At this time, we would like to obtain an MRI of the brain and internal ...
Complete thread -- is it visual field are full on gross confontration or to gross...
Complete thread -- got it! Coombs test
Complete thread -- Hemolysis check with haptoglobin, s/l clestase, and LDH. thank you.
Complete thread -- I think she was saying probably not cholesterosis if she's saying benign
Complete thread -- Med help
Complete thread -- oma does not signify malignant, example: Fibroadenoma of the breast is a benign tumor
Complete thread -- I think it is clear- polyps (oma-tumor) created as a result of cholesterol
Complete thread -- still bridging?
Complete thread -- thanks, it fits. That is what I had put on the pt's previous note
Complete thread -- s/l quinapril (although actually s/l quinaprin) if drug fits in what you know of patient's
Complete thread -- posted longer mp3 and new post above - thanks
Complete thread -- posted longer mp3
Complete thread -- need to go to bed
Complete thread -- He takes about 5-20 mL of formula and is *s/l still barging* the rest by NG feeds.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cuts off too quickly - can you put a little bit more sound in the file?
Complete thread -- sorry that would be intramurally
Complete thread -- 2 or 3 defectS at the ... intramuraly?
Complete thread -- They seem to track *s/l intrameerily*
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- diuresed?
Complete thread -- He was started on milrinone and was *s/l diareed*.
Complete thread -- carvedilol, tramadol, ___________, amiodarone
Complete thread -- thanks - that was what I heard
Complete thread -- I can hear that now. Thanks much!
Complete thread -- disease with?
Complete thread -- with chest wall involvement and
Complete thread -- and stable?
Complete thread -- the patient has a right upper lung mass which has________ involvement and mediastinal
Complete thread -- There is mild ______ gradient through the left ventricular outflow tract
Complete thread -- neuropractic has an entirely different "meaning." I'd flag it and let him deal with it.
Complete thread -- I would spell it as he wishes and flag it. BOS says if you can't verify, blank it.
Complete thread -- Dictator pronounced "neurapractic" lesion, which I changed to neurapraxic; however,
Complete thread -- Thanks again, billybob
Complete thread -- no, Revigor is a component of Juven.
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thanks, billybob. Should I add a comma between the 2 names?
Complete thread -- Thanks, both of you. Still do not know what to do with s/l Raven.
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- "Juven®. Therapeutic nutrition drink mix with a unique blend of Revigor®, arginine and..."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- abbottnutrition.com › Brands › Productsý
Complete thread -- pureed, I think.
Complete thread -- Medication, dictated 'raven' then spelled j-u-v-e-n-r-e-v-i-g-o-r.
Complete thread -- Offer ____ foods with the calorie boosters we discussed.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- RPR, HIV, and .... (it sounds like hep B surface antigen to me)
Complete thread -- Prenatal exam..
Complete thread -- thank you! I wasn't exactly sure what plain meant there.
Complete thread -- 0.5% marcaine plain iow w/o epinephrine
Complete thread -- Thank you both! I appreciate it. :)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Probably means 0.5%
Complete thread -- injected with 8 cc of "half plain" Marcaine. I am not sure how to...
Complete thread -- lucent-type lesion and endosteal scalloping
Complete thread -- #1 s/l lucent
Complete thread -- I think #1 is lucent
Complete thread -- #2 endosteal
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The radiologist just saw a very subtle enlargement of the distal radiu ...
Complete thread -- sure, makes sense s/l per his balance=if dizzy (balance prob) sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sharing example of tract track sentences
Complete thread -- nope, I would not
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- comma after reflexes?
Complete thread -- Seattle
Complete thread -- He went to ____ for three weeks
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Quite a few days ago, I posted a physical exam where the guy said something like
Complete thread -- Makes sense. They're dry because the colon absorbs too much water.
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- dehydrated stool? It's pretty clear, but I don't think I've heard that before.
Complete thread -- May advance from a walker to cane if he is able to s/l per his balance, but also s/l
Complete thread -- tract
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tract versus track
Complete thread -- ? goldust, but maybe uplaid = applied
Complete thread -- thanks both of you
Complete thread -- left ear T tube has been removed and there is evidence of candida in the ear canal.
Complete thread -- mikes = mcg. migs = mg terms
Complete thread -- Amitiza is available as an imprinted, oval, soft gelatin capsule in two strengths. Pink ca
Complete thread -- Running up and down bleachers in gym or on football field and up and down hills...
Complete thread -- Let me clarify my question. I see 24 mcg on research, but he clearly dictates "24 mic".
Complete thread -- is it 24 mic or 24 mcg as in "24 mic of Amitiza as needed for constipation "
Complete thread -- s/l bleacher runs and hills
Complete thread -- Not that I can tell. There's a live trademark for Multimode and one for Multi-Mode but
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Is multimode stimulator capped?
Complete thread -- that was horrible. I couldn't listen to it
Complete thread -- Sent in to make sure as it is hard to know for sure what he is saying. Thanks!
Complete thread -- NM...think it's carriers. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Otherwise I am very happy _________ no more need be done but I would be happy to be
Complete thread -- elevated RDW is commonly found in s/l tare-ees of thalassemia. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks. He really breaks up the words silia and colo-rutting
Complete thread -- Flector patch to left hip q. 12
Complete thread -- something about ciliary or corneal eroding ?
Complete thread -- She remains on 30 mg IVIG q. week, 81 mg low dose aspirin, Flector patch ___ q.12 h,
Complete thread -- s/l silia color rutting
Complete thread -- I've spent a lot of time researching this, and I finally found
Complete thread -- I would give a pig's heart if that was what he was sayin, but it is not. Thanks tho
Complete thread -- Progression?
Complete thread -- limited goals, "nature of the procedure" given - is what I went with
Complete thread -- I did not either. I was going to do it before the "" statement but then could not decide
Complete thread -- I honestly do not see anything that even requires quotes in the first place?
Complete thread -- chemotherapy
Complete thread -- Quote unquote - would you quote what came before or after?
Complete thread -- chemotrophy? See msg
Complete thread -- Patient with melanoma.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wanted to confirm that since I couldn't hear it clearly.
Complete thread -- Isn't it AV (same for left)?
Complete thread -- Cannot verify for this procedure. Going with far-oblique. Thx.
Complete thread -- There is no residual VSD. There is trivial right ___ valve regurgitation.
Complete thread -- Seems like it would be "nonrestorative." Hyperarousal nonrestorative sleep? Sorry, can't
Complete thread -- Well, googling "heparin 5000 international units" gives plenty of hits.
Complete thread -- Never mind got it figured out- it was lacrimal
Complete thread -- got it - over refraction
Complete thread -- associated symptoms of *non indolent hyper and restorative* sleep
Complete thread -- heparin 5000 ***international units*** (see message)
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Me too! They tend to swallow those while they pronounce the medical words more clearly.
Complete thread -- Trouble documenting transforaminal inj - s/l far-oblique or foroblique (in archives)
Complete thread -- Normally it is the little nonmedical words that get a person, me anyway!
Complete thread -- Thanks, I thought it was something profound like that. :-)
Complete thread -- there is no evidence of carditis
Complete thread -- She does not have any evidence of rheumatic fever, and ____ no evidence of carditis.
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "wac-a-mole" probe
Complete thread -- Ah, great! Thanks. I thought and be on medication which made no sense.
Complete thread -- and p.r.n. medication
Complete thread -- Yes, but that's in reference to the breast and is short for cholesterol granuloma.
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks dementia patient with pneumonia and agitation
Complete thread -- it's used and acceptable
Complete thread -- Never mind. Found more specific information using "intravenous board"
Complete thread -- She's clearly saying cholesteroloma.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I guess that would make sense, even if it's not a word.
Complete thread -- NM, probably not with "are benign," but wouldn't surprise me if making up word with "oma"
Complete thread -- Also, maybe is actually saying cholesterosis?
Complete thread -- This is a wiki link, but I'm sure you can find other better sources.
Complete thread -- s/l IV board
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You're entirely welcome.
Complete thread -- liver?
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- That is what I thought it was - nonreddening - thanks.
Complete thread -- Family history was reviewed. No history of ____ disease
Complete thread -- thanks both of you
Complete thread -- yesterday i posted a question and got back quite a bit later to see the answer so, to
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- non-red and (I'd go with not red).
Complete thread -- wav - I have a word I think it is and one I think it should be but do not hear!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, even as a docism, I'm not sure it makes sense
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 5 at the heel, 4 at the ball, 0 at the toe, so tapered?
Complete thread -- I can't find that word anywhere...
Complete thread -- bleeding through?
Complete thread -- I got it. Dually. Thank you anyway.
Complete thread -- ESL doctor
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as a cholesteroloma or did she make this up?
Complete thread -- admitted with abrupt onset of __________ colostomy
Complete thread -- with abrupt onset of *phings through* colostomy
Complete thread -- 57-year-old woman with hip pain after starting an
Complete thread -- hospice? (any reason to place in hospice?)
Complete thread -- Are you sure he's not just saying histories or history is?
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: ____, tinnitus, enlarged thyroid, and psoriasis.
Complete thread -- polyposis, sinus surgery: With his consent I have placed him for
Complete thread -- yes thats it thnks!!
Complete thread -- Striae is plural. Singular (which they likely wouldn't say) is stria (stry uh)
Complete thread -- how do you pronounce that in plural?
Complete thread -- You are amazing!
Complete thread -- Actually looks more like dexamphetamine
Complete thread -- Patient with ADHD or narcolepsy? dextroamphetamine
Complete thread -- striae (stretch marks)? pronounced stry ee though.
Complete thread -- isosorbide, metoprolol?
Complete thread -- i will continue to provide him with prescroptions for s/l" dix and fedamine"
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: s/l "stra-ees" or "stre-ees"
Complete thread -- Medications: Ecotrin, ___, ____, Vasotec, Ambien, finasteride, Valium and Percocet.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion, I think I will flag.
Complete thread -- actually I hear NO glycosemia or prior problems
Complete thread -- I hear glycosemia
Complete thread -- I hear-glycocemia
Complete thread -- s/l it ends with *themia to me, possibly oligocythemia though don't hear that very often
Complete thread -- non-indolent sorta seems to fit?
Complete thread -- ..status post stent, peripheral artery disease, hyperlipidemia, ______, prior broken
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think fine as is, just a "run on sentence''
Complete thread -- found this. 2 dif things. ***** decreased recruitment followed by increased amplitude sm
Complete thread -- I think it's talking about the amplitude "of" recruitment, so probably one thing.
Complete thread -- had to send it in
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Should it be large ampitude AND decreased recruitment?
Complete thread -- coapt/coapting
Complete thread -- I put them both on one
Complete thread -- Not sure if she's saying coapt or collapse and too new to cardiology to know enough
Complete thread -- I hope you get a good sample for Ms Slurrimumble - sheesh.
Complete thread -- I have found another spot, so once again I will flag and hope they
Complete thread -- yeah, maybe... I *almost* heard that. No guarantees on any of what I said, tho'.
Complete thread -- without evidence of trauma? Not that I hear it
Complete thread -- whew! Normocephalic without ?? or trauma. External ears intact. Oropharynx - tongue is
Complete thread -- wav file. I will be glad when this is not a NEW job anymore!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- what is the question?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you again! My hero!
Complete thread -- antihypertensive treatment, however, (no 'of') (comma instead of ;)
Complete thread -- coaptation
Complete thread -- wav again, thanks
Complete thread -- Cystostopy note...
Complete thread -- ...history of eosinophilic esophagitis and dysautoNOMia
Complete thread -- PMH:_____ esophagitis and dysautomonia.
Complete thread -- disc ridge complex versus disc herniation
Complete thread -- thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, moving on.
Complete thread -- This is word for word. How should it be punctuated to make sense?
Complete thread -- wav file. It seems like something is missing?
Complete thread -- checks or cheeks, lol, and which cheeks?? lol Maybe saying s.m.
Complete thread -- She was saying forked. Spelled it later.
Complete thread -- ? talking on and compliant. (sss) Speech is clear.
Complete thread -- found hook test
Complete thread -- that was going to be my guess too before listening, but couldn't hear it.
Complete thread -- There is tenderness along the mid portion of the humerus anteriorly over the biceps
Complete thread -- I flagged that with that being my guess. I thought it could be, just did not really hear
Complete thread -- no accessory muscles used
Complete thread -- for the record - no one was ever ridiculing Jan. (I was there, and I'm...
Complete thread -- She is cooperative, talking *on a* compliance
Complete thread -- I have another spot. Going to flag and quit working so hard on it. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- can't get it
Complete thread -- wav file, up for another one?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Missed that.
Complete thread -- sorry, can't even confirm vascular for you, but on musculoskeletal I heard "hip pain"
Complete thread -- s/l nonintolent-hyperrestorative sleep
Complete thread -- I was thinking for 2nd one deficits, defects?
Complete thread -- 2nd one - vascular was correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- can maybe hear 'illness' for 1st one; 2nd one - issues? problems? too fast to tell
Complete thread -- I slowed him down, so it sounds odd where that starts
Complete thread -- wav file. Broken bone due to fall from bike. First time for this guy.
Complete thread -- The last piece of the puzzle falls into place! Thanks to you all.
Complete thread -- TVT
Complete thread -- I hear it now - thx! There's still one small word before *cystoscopy*. Anyone?
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- anterior/posterior entrocele repair
Complete thread -- anterior and posterior enterocele repair
Complete thread -- Thanks! Anyone know what the next few words are?
Complete thread -- okay. I don't do a lot of op notes. Thought it sounded unusual.
Complete thread -- sacral colpolplasty
Complete thread -- run
Complete thread -- sounds like run or wound?
Complete thread -- Gynecology note
Complete thread -- No loss of consciousness.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Painful hardware, right first metatarsophalangeal, metatarsal, and proximal phalanx.
Complete thread -- it is just another word for heart. cor. Cor if beginning of sentence. COR if you all-ca
Complete thread -- If you cap LUNGS: CHEST: then, yes, cap COR:
Complete thread -- Cor: Regular rate. Does Cor need to be all caps (COR)?
Complete thread -- forceps?
Complete thread -- I have other blanks - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- Sentinel is the word. Is there a word missing after interbody?
Complete thread -- debridment using *fort* pickups.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Painful hardware, right first metatarsophalangeal metatars ...
Complete thread -- does sentinel sign fit?
Complete thread -- ____(sentonyl?) sign starting to form as well as posterior lateral fusion mass
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- I meant funny in the sense that it's absurd we'd have a federal holiday named in his honor
Complete thread -- Thanks! I've read a lot on him but that has to be one of the most excellent pieces I've
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- You can report abusive post if you want. Maybe BB will remove it.
Complete thread -- OMG!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input. Pathognomonic it is.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input. Pathognomonic it is.
Complete thread -- Wow! That's it. Definitely new term for me. TYSM! My hat is off to you. :)
Complete thread -- Ya mean because of Genocide Day
Complete thread -- pathognomonic changes
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- probably
Complete thread -- Are doctors' offices in NY/NJ open tomorrow?
Complete thread -- ? ductal shelf or ductal tissue shelf (wav already gone tho)
Complete thread -- never mind, I think she's just saying we had discontinued
Complete thread -- _______ to discontinue his Lasix today.
Complete thread -- Is PML. Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Is PML. Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks. It almost skipped on my player but is clearer here
Complete thread -- I hear lymph nodes are normal
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- will baffle the
Complete thread -- translocating the SVC to the right atrial appendage which ______ pulmonary vein
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes 22 month old
Complete thread -- I'd like to see some surrounding text, both before and after.
Complete thread -- Is patient a child? Wondered about paradoxical diarrhea/encopresis.
Complete thread -- I have another spot I am not positive about, will flag both.
Complete thread -- going to flag this one and the last one. Just can't decide. Thanks
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- I do not think there are Allis retractors - that was why I doubted it.
Complete thread -- I didn't know there were Allis retractors (usually hear clamp or forceps), but you could
Complete thread -- I thought he had Allis in there but maybe it is just a stutter. Thanks
Complete thread -- I don't really hear "and" before "I was freely able." Could he just be saying "as the retr
Complete thread -- Constipation: She has recently had s/l (paratroch incaloxal).
Complete thread -- MP3 file.
Complete thread -- It can also be proximal or posterior but I cant really hear either. Almost skips there.
Complete thread -- sent in file. thnx for help.
Complete thread -- What is the patient being worked up for?
Complete thread -- Ah!, could it be "nomadic"?
Complete thread -- elutable? (hard to document sp)
Complete thread -- a weak positive homogenous ANA, and no other s/l"illutible" androgens are negative.
Complete thread -- All I can think of is extensor, but that's nothing like your s/l
Complete thread -- see if anything on this link fits. colonic?
Complete thread -- are you sure it's not "colonic" (suggest: positive changes, not passive)
Complete thread -- metabolic?
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Not sure I can hear that. I think I might hear ductal
Complete thread -- see inside for text.
Complete thread -- I thought "upper" but not sure it makes sense.
Complete thread -- There is a prominent _____ shelf noted, but there is no discrete narrowing
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I tried to find if pneumatic worked in context but it does not either.
Complete thread -- monomeric? (wild guess)
Complete thread -- Pneumonic is all I can think of and that is wrong in context too.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Duh moment for the day.
Complete thread -- No. Hallux is the big toe. Do you have the sentence with the s/l in it that you can post?
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- s/l can-oh might just be PML slurred, very serious risk
Complete thread -- Guess maybe I don't understand what definition you're using for mnemonic. I thought it
Complete thread -- mnemonic ?
Complete thread -- CAT scan revealed s/l passive nu-mon-ic changes of creeping fat. TIA!
Complete thread -- is there a "hallux" tendon in the wrist ?
Complete thread -- May?
Complete thread -- Yeah, decimal with metric.
Complete thread -- Vedolizumab was brought up at the s/l nay meeting as a treatment for Crohn's. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Not sure either.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I need more sleep. I meant to ask if 1/8 should be changed to a decimal, not if L
Complete thread -- Wouldn't you just put "0.125 L" since L was dictated?
Complete thread -- Do you convert 1/8 L to mL? I know the rules, but I've spent several years in an ICU
Complete thread -- No, it is also used to treat Crohn's. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Crohn's or Crohn?
Complete thread -- PML is the only I know of other than hives and such. does not sound any like your word
Complete thread -- I will not prescribe Tysabri because it is associated with s/l can-oh. End Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks - that was one, oppositional was 2nd.
Complete thread -- "opportunistic examination of..." - Examined observation, not direct exam of nerves
Complete thread -- wav file. I have 2 words and can't decide.
Complete thread -- but consistent with six weeks about his wrists doesn't sound
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sometimes people with nerve damage report feelings of liquid on the skin, or "inside"
Complete thread -- Does liquid make sense here? He says it quite clearly.
Complete thread -- agree with above, she got it right
Complete thread -- it could be going UP into the trapezius
Complete thread -- That's hilarious.
Complete thread -- turns out it is SIX WEEKS! lol Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- pseudogout?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- referred pain would be my thought. Trying googling your phrase sm
Complete thread -- Maybe they go up from lower lumbar to trapezius.
Complete thread -- my questions how can spasms go from lower lumbar paraspinals into the trapezius? it is im
Complete thread -- Put a period after trapezius
Complete thread -- I bet it's celiac serology
Complete thread -- what would you do with this?
Complete thread -- she describes discomfort using her bowels and also gets intermittant abdominal pain.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- after your and my conversation
Complete thread -- if you notice you're not getting any bites, you might want to double-check your sound file
Complete thread -- Nobody else is blanking it but me; they're all putting Allen or Ellen.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- my doctors spell things that I have given them blanks for in the past. She might be
Complete thread -- sorry for the confusion. I posted back over it since my earlier question
Complete thread -- Oh, and thank you too, especially for checking the Stedman's, which I don't have
Complete thread -- MP3 deleted now
Complete thread -- Agree. Not only are they intestinal, so likely too big, but I can only
Complete thread -- Thanks, I did. 8 hits for Allen, 4 for Ellen. And I agree exactly
Complete thread -- sounds like some device, but since not familiar, can't make it out
Complete thread -- her spelling if very clear and wonder if spelled because other MTs have sm
Complete thread -- She sure does spell "Ellen" clearly, doesn't she? I can't find it anywhere. Looked in
Complete thread -- lol, I can't catch a break. reposted...
Complete thread -- very cute and funny all of them, thanks for the uplifting giggle
Complete thread -- Don't think they'd use Allen forceps in ENT, but looks like your mp3 was posted over so
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l **loraxson** nerve retractor
Complete thread -- L5 laminotomy ______ and a small
Complete thread -- reuploaded as MP3 since overwritten.
Complete thread -- an alarm button
Complete thread -- she had a ______ she called for help
Complete thread -- s/l Ellen forceps? (ethmoidectomy)
Complete thread -- found it
Complete thread -- drug for headache. even spells out Alsem/Alsum
Complete thread -- the line was "helping others" twice in the post
Complete thread -- sounds like depth.. thanks! thanks! ...
Complete thread -- yes, I know who posted that line, so I too know, plus the 30 year claim
Complete thread -- Since "of" is in there, I would go with "depth"
Complete thread -- probably either would work ok, I would use depth (what was dictated? tho?)
Complete thread -- depth/deep
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- absolutely agreeeeee sm
Complete thread -- s/l "monomer." I can find monomeric tympanic membrane.
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- cholesteatoma?
Complete thread -- There was a thinned tympanic membrane with *amonoma*. ...
Complete thread -- Can you just please be a bit more silly? I question them when they say something that I
Complete thread -- Kind of like you, making fun of a poster named Jan who said something that just didn't set
Complete thread -- Really? You question a doctor? If you are so smart, why are you on here and not
Complete thread -- I totally get you. Some people have nothing better to do than act like
Complete thread -- in other words, freedom from being at bedrest.
Complete thread -- sure - liberalize him - get him up to a chair.
Complete thread -- I see nothing wrong with that high of a dose - sounds like cancer (?)
Complete thread -- these doses do not sound right? thanks see msg
Complete thread -- me or you? zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Complete thread -- immobilize?
Complete thread -- s/l liberalize??
Complete thread -- You again?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I'm just speaking in general terms and trying to give a little advice from my own
Complete thread -- Tell us that tale again in 30 years, please. Fairy tales 101.
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- wrongly placed...
Complete thread -- I was just CURIOUS...geesh! What is the matter with you people. - nm
Complete thread -- I was just CURIOUS...geesh! What is the matter with you people.
Complete thread -- Sometimes all we can do is verify that something is done the way dictated, then give the
Complete thread -- I guess that is true, it wouldn't have to be freshly removed. You
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- that was a typo, thanks
Complete thread -- 3 full days I hope is what he/she said not 'fulls day?'
Complete thread -- With the help of a few curious minds, the question was answered and something was learned.
Complete thread -- You're a black divorced male? Well that's nice to know!
Complete thread -- I was confused, as there was no mention of the gallbladder being freshly removed.
Complete thread -- this is actually how they do an intraoperative cholangiogram only
Complete thread -- Illustration on page 52.
Complete thread -- I was just coming back. I just saw that in the illustration in the link below.
Complete thread -- You too, BDM.
Complete thread -- If the gallbladder had just been removed, the cystic duct stump (the
Complete thread -- does "about" his surgery make sense?
Complete thread -- LOLOL.
Complete thread -- Hey, I'm just curious. I thought maybe someone would know.
Complete thread -- lol! I give up!
Complete thread -- With all due respect, you are not adding anything constructive. Let's stick to question
Complete thread -- No, I have common sense, something you are lacking.
Complete thread -- Google this: Fogarty catheter "cystic duct stump" duodenum
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- That is not the issue here, but whatever. Go laugh yourself. I guess if a GYN typed
Complete thread -- Then give the answer the OP wants and prove you're not a brain-dead monkey.
Complete thread -- We are also not brain-dead monkeys just typing stuff to be doing it.
Complete thread -- We're not doctors. Just type it.
Complete thread -- and he first says stump but then just says the duct. ? Kinda confusin'
Complete thread -- I mean you could get into the stump, but how does the stump lead to the duodenum?
Complete thread -- Can someone explain how you get into the cystic duct if it is a stump. Just asking?
Complete thread -- sm researching takes much practice. Could have googled phrase but didn't
Complete thread -- Your "link" is broken. So not much help there. SO rude and worthless post
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'm so tired of rude MTs. I'm sure the rude MT never has to ask a question.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- and I thought this response was totally uncalled for and rude.
Complete thread -- I actually thought that was a reasonable question, as "stump" implies a dead end.
Complete thread -- I was just asking a question off the cuff...chill... I do plenty of research.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- no, I'm serous! For renal!
Complete thread -- you've got to be kidney!
Complete thread -- you need to learn to research yourself (being an MT) sm ***
Complete thread -- ? over time
Complete thread -- My question, How do you get to the duodenum through the cystic duct stump?
Complete thread -- thanks I know how to and did look it up... wasn't sure if the direction/wording was corre
Complete thread -- Inguinal hernia...
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- you also need a comma after the word however
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- through the *ampulla of Vater* and then the cystic duct
Complete thread -- yes, not a hard-and-fast finding and probably not of importance.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- s/l soft call=not considered a strong diagnosis/finding(because of tilting
Complete thread -- Great, tks to everyone
Complete thread -- agree because sm ***preventing kidney damage in people with
Complete thread -- s/l soft call
Complete thread -- Jevtana (generic is cabazitaxel)
Complete thread -- . Drug Therapy Guidelines Jevtana® (cabazitaxel)
Complete thread -- jevtana (not sure if its cap'd or not)
Complete thread -- new taxane-based therapy, s/l "jeftana"?
Complete thread -- VR funny: "She has enjoyed a very lung and hep B marriage with the patient."
Complete thread -- hmm i see more now... not sure what i did before
Complete thread -- I googled it just like you spelled it and looks correct to me.
Complete thread -- s/l Hertel measurements - I know this but cannot document spelling
Complete thread -- i already flagged it, but I have made a note for future reference, THANKS
Complete thread -- Fe is chemical symbol for iron. Value fits (normal for female, a little low for a male)
Complete thread -- Under lab section, after albumin value, s/l FE 38.
Complete thread -- there's a "BACE" (beta-amyloid converting enzyme) but I didn't research it...
Complete thread -- no, the B is really clear. BAYse
Complete thread -- on an ACE (inhibitor?)
Complete thread -- I thought I had, but now I am sure, thank you
Complete thread -- s/l base or vase ? (acute kidney injury)
Complete thread -- s/l veen's may be "seen" when intra etc
Complete thread -- nevermind - pyridoxol
Complete thread -- Not exactly. Same area maybe. Why so defensive? Didn't know it was a
Complete thread -- med list
Complete thread -- or maybe you're saying you