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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I like your new moniker. It so fitting, you should always use it to own your posts.
Complete thread -- Nothing else to do I take it but post borning nonsense, an idiot.
Complete thread -- no probs - boring day on the word board, so not much else to do.
Complete thread -- ahhhh. otay, buttwheat. Thanks for verifying that
Complete thread -- I'm not OP or **, but ** was correcting "six 2 liters bottles" to "six 2 liter bottles"
Complete thread -- If it wasn't heard on the recording, and you're not the OP, how do you know it wasn't
Complete thread -- I think most of us understood that - it was "nm" throwing in something different than what
Complete thread -- in a 2 liter bottle is what I heard in blank. six 2 liter bottles was correction of
Complete thread -- corrected the next sentence, don't think it was on file
Complete thread -- ^ yeah, I like that guess better than mine. ^
Complete thread -- Either that, or he wanted to say "decompression" ?? who knows?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "deconstruction with fusion" but maybe meant "reconstruction" ?
Complete thread -- Q: How does it matter what you heard?
Complete thread -- he underwent an anterior and posterior thoracic spinal ____ fusion
Complete thread -- My error(it matters) not "six" it is two liter bottle. I was looking at post above I guess
Complete thread -- Do you really hear "six" where she says "two liter bottle"? I clearly hear "two"
Complete thread -- I hear----and then we switched over to sorbitol in a six liter bottle
Complete thread -- in a 2 liter bottle, not 2 liters of. six 2 liter bottles, not
Complete thread -- sorbitol.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The cervical os was serially dilated and then the resectoscope from Gy ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yes. It is an Olympus Gyrus ACMI
Complete thread -- Thanks. have written swaged-on
Complete thread -- Gyrus ACMI (let me check spelling)
Complete thread -- The anterior lip was grasped with a single-tooth tenaculum and the pos ...
Complete thread -- Dorland's lists the verb swage To fuse suture material to a needle, especially an eyeless
Complete thread -- I think you got it guy
Complete thread -- The Surgical Word Book also lists "Swedgeon suture"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was seeing right bleow that.
Complete thread -- The Surgical Word Book has "swaged-on suture"
Complete thread -- there is Swedgeon suture in stedman
Complete thread -- Wonder if she is saying "swaged on suture" (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- wedged down?? sorry, can't verify
Complete thread -- Allis clamps were placed on the anterior and posterior cuff of the vag ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- you are correct, it is peanut
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing peanut
Complete thread -- Kittner, painted sponge??....the posterior
Complete thread -- There were adhesions of fatty tissue to the posterior low uterine segm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- for use
Complete thread -- Two more 5-mm ports were placed in the right and left lower quadrant & ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ends overnight?? ends by the night??
Complete thread -- shorter wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- worse (not worst)..but can't get #2. You might trying shortening the wav for just #2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- as in his back, there is radiation in his back, worse to his right
Complete thread -- He does have pain that radiates in his neck region as well as in his b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flattening.
Complete thread -- A cervical spine MRI is as follows. At C4-C5, there is a posterior di ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mild foraminal, mild neural foraminal (may be correcting?)
Complete thread -- nevermind...I hear
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- did your wav post?
Complete thread -- At L4-L5, there is a slight disc desiccation without significant disc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- why he is here to see me.
Complete thread -- Since the time of his accident, he has been trying to treat it with co ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- She describes the pain in her left anterior chest wall, as well as her flank
Complete thread -- She did say that after her intercostal radiofrequency ablation, she di ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- you left out the word *with* very high medical...
Complete thread -- regenerating
Complete thread -- At that time, if and when her pain does return, a primary treatment sh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with high medical
Complete thread -- This procedure was done in the hopes that she can have 6 months to a y ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- trial result?
Complete thread -- On physical exam after the rhizotomy, the patient does not elicit any ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. allodynia 2. brushing
Complete thread -- She had a successful treatment of her intractable intercostal neuralgi ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- content
Complete thread -- Her least pain score is 0/10. Her pain is intermittent and her pain h ...
Complete thread -- OP if you have Vera Pyle 8 ed Rancho Los Amigos Hosp. if need another confirmation sm
Complete thread -- Wow. Three personal-attack posts in one thread, is that a record for Darlene?
Complete thread -- ooops..Roman
Complete thread -- Found AAMT page in student workbook shows it s/b roman (see link)
Complete thread -- SEE LINK - according to this, it is Roman.
Complete thread -- Carol Cali
Complete thread -- I didn't think you could.\
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, anaplasma is correct. See link inside
Complete thread -- IgG was high , not IgG was IgG, sorry
Complete thread -- Is anaplasma a word? See msg.
Complete thread -- I like PLV...
Complete thread -- just another example of Darlene resorting to personal attack
Complete thread -- or, PIV might even be PIB=posterior interventricular branch
Complete thread -- thank you, I will listen for that
Complete thread -- Maybe saying PLV meaning the posterior left ventricular branch.
Complete thread -- too fast - sorry looking for what PIV stands for
Complete thread -- he has 30% PIV stenosis.
Complete thread -- can you show me an example of where one of the other posters is abusive?
Complete thread -- you must be new to the word board, all three are abusive
Complete thread -- You poi, U can shove it. As usual,you want your LIES to look like fact.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- A 4-0 chromic suture was used to secure the fat positioning in a trans ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- one last time.
Complete thread -- Then, the wound was packed with moist gauze and covered with a dry dre ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that there is a chance we might have to go (out)...as the finger moved quite...
Complete thread -- We transected this longitudinally. We then pulled the flexor tendons ...
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right small and ring finger congenital trigge ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- This is a 55-year-old gentleman who sustained a left knee patellar ten ...
Complete thread -- He started to say numbness...but since the patient has pain, changing his
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like he changed his mind to "complains of stiffness and pain"
Complete thread -- The patient is a 63-year-old male. He complains of <____> sti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- I misposted this...belongs to thread above this one.
Complete thread -- see link 2nd hit
Complete thread -- see link, 2nd hit
Complete thread -- I'd go with 'worse' as a comparative between two things (night and day) BJMO
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He complains of right hand numbness and tingling, *worst/worse* at nig ...
Complete thread -- I would give him what he said. The meaning is clear.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Right carpal tunnel. Procedure: Right carpal tunne ...
Complete thread -- yeah hearing it now. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- I tried to confirm "as a total" as regards your context, but
Complete thread -- Also...then the closure was completed (not complete)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "calculated as a total." I would like to confirm that by
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- We then marked this area off and laid the patient back down. The inci ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think you did right. I did google superomedial breast flap and
Complete thread -- I think he says "which was the bottom of the nipple-areolar"
Complete thread -- i have written superiorly, medially, and laterally to make it consiste ...
Complete thread -- We sat the patient up. We identified the area of nipple-areolar compl ...
Complete thread -- a superomedial flap (adjective) ... we elevated the flap superomedially (adverb...because
Complete thread -- Tho he says "superomedial and laterally", they both s/b adverbs, so superomedially and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- You need the "ly" ending on each adverb
Complete thread -- We went ahead and deepithelialized the central mound. We then elevate ...
Complete thread -- I would think superomedially and laterally IMO
Complete thread -- We then elevated flaps, 1.5 cm thick, **superomedial/superior, medial* ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Check your context to make sure that nerve is in the area described in your report.
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "the PIN nerve" but I think that means 'posterior interosseous nerve'
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 directly coming ???
Complete thread -- Note: relaxing retraction (not relaxing the traction)
Complete thread -- Note: He says little window (not windows)
Complete thread -- Using the same posterior incision, I elevated up onto the ulna and the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He stumbles I think to #1 "It could be placed" ...#2 to allow it to have more early
Complete thread -- We looked at the radial headpiece and we found that during some moveme ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This is for #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear "_____ stiffness"
Complete thread -- Apparently correct phrase per Grammargirl website (see link) is "in regard to"
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 in regard (?regards) to
Complete thread -- I think I hear "_____ consistent with this both pre-, peri-, and etc"
Complete thread -- apparently it is written "extremely soft/poor bone" (see link)
Complete thread -- I explained to her the risks, benefits, rehabilitation, and restrictio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I think I hear something like "extremely soft poor bone"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- sorry extremely... was all I could get. Could not get the last 2 words.
Complete thread -- extremely ?.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- i tried but no luck. sorry.
Complete thread -- Go ahead and post your wav. Does not seem to be anyone around tonight.
Complete thread -- wav pending.
Complete thread -- 5. Plan of care was discussed with the patient, as well as the family and also sm
Complete thread -- I forgot to mark the blank but I already had to send it in. thanks though poi.
Complete thread -- what is your question?
Complete thread -- Hernia defect was rather large, approximately 4 cm in diameter at the fascia with sm
Complete thread -- Apparently all this hoo-ha is over a test question; we had the same dictation 8 month ago.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- 69
Complete thread -- His blood pressure was 162/_____ , pulse was 67.
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal atttack
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack
Complete thread -- I think he is saying fibropurulent (see link)
Complete thread -- exit site?
Complete thread -- Additionally, we saw a lesion at the edge of the anastomosis, which on sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "running her entirety of (her/the) small bowel..."
Complete thread -- The wire was advanced and found to be in the superior vena cava under fluoroscopy. sm
Complete thread -- Running her entire __________ small bowel and lysing adhesions, we did not find sm
Complete thread -- Ash Split Cath®
Complete thread -- Why are you attacking poi and lb? They weren't involved in this thread at all.
Complete thread -- It's "ash-split" catheter
Complete thread -- Maybe cut down on the red meat. I hear too much can make you violent. I will admit your
Complete thread -- If not "cooling" then what is the subject to go with "was fibrillated"?
Complete thread -- wonderful!!
Complete thread -- SEE, AS USUAL, U change the word order dictated. was NOT" fibrillate cooling"
Complete thread -- s/l Nesbit catheter
Complete thread -- Thanks, but you didn't answer my question: How do you fibrillate cooling?
Complete thread -- Nice job, taco!
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. that's it!!
Complete thread -- "lipiquarter inside" is probably loop recorder (device?)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. but i m hearing "lipiquarter" clearly. can't post wav since not
Complete thread -- remote CABG (first sentence). wag on "defibrillator?" for lipiquarter
Complete thread -- The patient is a male, status post remove CABG in 2006, followed regul ...
Complete thread -- "T" Taco", As USUAL, DAILY, YEARLY BS. cooling of heart was fibrillated makes sense SM ***
Complete thread -- I think it is PAF. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- If it is s/l TAS or TAF, how about PAF (paroxysmal atrial fibrillation)?
Complete thread -- Also are U saying is s/l TAS or TAF or is the whole s/l = to TAS/TAF?
Complete thread -- can you post a med list? Maybe we can find a clue there.
Complete thread -- Noted above, also significant for diabetes, hyperlipidemia, *TAS/TAF*, ...
Complete thread -- That doesn't answer the question, though. How do you fibrillate cooling?
Complete thread -- "cooling of heart=hypothermia=saves the brain and heart sm
Complete thread -- I think "grasp"= graft, yep . They are doing a saphenous vein graft bypass graft
Complete thread -- makes sense, "far around' = posterior lateral branch on surface of heart and wraps around.
Complete thread -- I hear - had to be grafted almost in the AV groove for it to be large enough...
Complete thread -- That's what I hear
Complete thread -- I think this is just - for it to be...
Complete thread -- got this: AORTOSAPHENOUS
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- as I said extremely *far around*, but I felt definitely a target.
Complete thread -- Made correction to this.
Complete thread -- almost in the AV groove __________ to be large enough to grasp
Complete thread -- The *cooling of* heart was fibrillated
Complete thread -- Sorry, wav added
Complete thread -- REVERSED _______ SAPHENOUS VEIN GRAFT
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Under direct vision, the cystoscope was advanced from the urethral ope ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- we were able to dissect through that. He actually says was able but should be were.
Complete thread -- After this was done, the umbilical incision was made around the umbili ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- scroll down to 3rd hit
Complete thread -- on/off testing (see link)
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- pls ignore this post.
Complete thread -- WAV does not cover the part where the blank is.
Complete thread -- waiting for previous wav.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. THanks.
Complete thread -- No WAV
Complete thread -- No WAV
Complete thread -- He will schedule for __________ DBS education.
Complete thread -- I think both of us favored the tissue expansion <____> as it w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yes, it googles.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "nuclear".....let me go check as I've not heard of that B4
Complete thread -- Later in March, an ultrasound was done that did not show anything spec ...
Complete thread -- Yes I believe that is it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Could she be saying "he is freezing more." ...and "with freezing."
Complete thread -- The patient reports he i_____more. He is rather frustrated with _____ .
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. unrolled
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think he says "It was unrolled and then injected" (alth he says
Complete thread -- Also, in case not a typo, it s/b "closed technique" (see link)
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. I tried to listen to the following post but could not make out anythin
Complete thread -- You may as well post your WAV. The other has been up long enough
Complete thread -- will post wav after following post
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- She got sick a few days after with pneumonia _____ virus.
Complete thread -- lives in town, visits her
Complete thread -- She is widowed, lives at home alone. She has a son who lives in town, _____ her.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- #2 received a dose
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- #1 culture (or cultures) will be obtained
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- For her pyuria _____ . She has an __________ dose of Levaquin which can be continued
Complete thread -- (he seems to like that word)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "entered"
Complete thread -- entered
Complete thread -- The periareolar area was also infiltrated with 1% lidocaine with epine ...
Complete thread -- thanks could not tell if he was saying 2 or 3.
Complete thread -- 97.3
Complete thread -- This wav is very short because there is a lot of dead space before but I just want sm
Complete thread -- thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he said organ systems, not 10 systems.
Complete thread -- I said 'port' because I was accustomed to hearing that...when
Complete thread -- limited
Complete thread -- though google does give much more support for port
Complete thread -- I hear plug
Complete thread -- I still agree with Q. port.
Complete thread -- hehe. Q I think we need to come in agreement. LOL
Complete thread -- Go with Q. Lap-Band port.
Complete thread -- No, it is plug
Complete thread -- All 10 systems negative, except as above, but very __________ was obtainable from sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear "The Lap-Band port"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the Lap Band plug
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. That's it.
Complete thread -- The abdominal skin flap was then raised at that level until the umbili ...
Complete thread -- until 2 months ago and then
Complete thread -- m hearing "under 2 months over, then she moved out"
Complete thread -- Her father told me that she used to live with him __________ then she moved out.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it creates the "infinitive" ....to sit ....(see link)
Complete thread -- sit (because of the word 'to')
Complete thread -- sat or sit?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes as shown.
Complete thread -- I understand the concern regarding cauda equina, and clearly in this case there ought
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- radicular back pain (see exact phrase google hits)
Complete thread -- radicular and back pain or radicular back pain?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes. Straight leg testing was negative.
Complete thread -- ?Straight leg testing was negative.?
Complete thread -- ankle jerk. _____ testing was negative.
Complete thread -- Her reflexes are notable for the absence of a left S1 reflex with an intact right ___
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks! I found it. She didn't pronounce it like that but must be right.
Complete thread -- haha (+fluff to lb)
Complete thread -- Thanks, guys. I will listen again. Sorry I was gone. I had MS working on my computer.
Complete thread -- yes, I think referring to mom, because in past reports specifically lists mom as B. Thx!!
Complete thread -- GBS is group B strep, but the B positive would be the blood type...
Complete thread -- Sentence is saying the mother is B+. Later in the report is he saying the baby is AB+?
Complete thread -- Saxenda® (liraglutide) ?
Complete thread -- Question: What does B positive refer to in following sentence. Sm plse
Complete thread -- Had weight loss on s/l sasendia
Complete thread -- terminal edges were marked?
Complete thread -- not you, for sure, T.
Complete thread -- .... edges were marked, yeah...sorry, can't get the first word!? Trimmed?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Pt with fingertip amputation for craterization/partial ostectomy.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- never mind, think it's Senn
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- note that you have "written her" a prescription when starts out as male
Complete thread -- doc dictates s/l Sim retractors for scalp incision, but can only find as vaginal us
Complete thread -- who you callin a twit, Willis?
Complete thread -- The word 'twit' comes to mind.
Complete thread -- Do I have correct punctuation here? Long sentence.
Complete thread -- never mind, got it. Zwanger-Pesiri
Complete thread -- She is going to go back to ____ and obtain the MRA
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- lucency in the
Complete thread -- CT scan was performed which showed a _______ deep right frontal white matter.
Complete thread -- thanks, that what I was hoping!
Complete thread -- I usually include it under abdomen.
Complete thread -- In physical exam, does suprapubic pain belong to Abdomen or GU portion of exam?
Complete thread -- She keeps bringing it up because it is the one and only example...
Complete thread -- That was not the question being asked here on the WB, you're just mucking
Complete thread -- I don't know what the Steri-Strip thing is about, but...
Complete thread -- nevermind-found it in archives. And, I see that she did give props to the person "nm"...
Complete thread -- Ok, adding to my conflusi. What is this? Where is the post, so I can read it too?
Complete thread -- Your recent BS “T” “post 4 oblique lends”-foroblique lenses & Steri-Strip tails.
Complete thread -- Dose dependent & ex vivo counts (researched as usual). sm
Complete thread -- If dictated as 1,4,4,8 individually I think he was clarifying 1448, like spelling a word.
Complete thread -- It didn't, and you're not the one who is conflusi. It's just "nm" posting her usual BS.
Complete thread -- where did it say dose dependent? I'm conflusi.
Complete thread -- who's that saying "don't start"? Is that YOU, nm??
Complete thread -- Don't start the snark. It is listed in the archive link & also how to list
Complete thread -- Don't start
Complete thread -- that required extension
Complete thread -- standard lateral "off" ___?____
Complete thread -- you think putting "nm" as a name is "owning" your posts??
Complete thread -- He initially had an AneuRx EVAR in 2010 s/l thequired extension with an
Complete thread -- OP just wanted to know if it was 1448 or 1, 4, 4, 8...
Complete thread -- Huh? Dose dependent?
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon & didn't own posts
Complete thread -- on your question, since dose dependent & other technique issues, I'd sm
Complete thread -- sentinel lymph node biopsy is a staging technique SM & LINK
Complete thread -- Don't know anything about your question, but the commas around "careful dissection around
Complete thread -- answered above
Complete thread -- doing some research 1448 makes sense (I found one at 540 and one at 52,757
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- ex vivo counts were
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- After proper drape and prep and a repeat time-out procedure, the opera ...
Complete thread -- yes. m hearing it now. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I hear immediate consultation. See if you can hear that.
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 23-year-old collegiate student who injured h ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers. I will just flag this one.
Complete thread -- Goodnight!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "of the motor branch et cetera was present" (but s/b were present)
Complete thread -- No other significant abnormalities <____> present. At this po ...
Complete thread -- #2 ??dissect??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #2 dissect proximally? Check to see if you can hear that. He cuts if off a bit.
Complete thread -- #1 and it took some time to gently...
Complete thread -- Retractors were placed and the palmar aponeurosis was then incised in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help!!
Complete thread -- I think you have Bingo!
Complete thread -- Could #2 be to clear the construction site?
Complete thread -- see attached link for brands of phaco units.
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like "comp 18" ...or some such name for a phaco unit
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is #2 later at the (but I'm not sure what that would mean)
Complete thread -- #1 ??runoff??
Complete thread -- can you give a s/l for it. I used to do a lot of these reports, but I just cannot hear sm
Complete thread -- hmm I am not hearing anything. Sorry.
Complete thread -- It's there, but I'm having no luck.
Complete thread -- Nothing on the MP3 voice.
Complete thread -- They were real estate developments in neighborhoods where he grew up and he thinks sm
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. Cataract extraction via phacoemulsification procedure
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- touch up a couple of small
Complete thread -- I hear: to touch up a couple of small dorsal veins.
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. That was it.
Complete thread -- and the wound was irrigated with normal saline. The bipolar Bovie was ...
Complete thread -- compulsively where the lead was placed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No WAV there.
Complete thread -- I am not sure on the capsule part but I hear arthritic changes.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He was scratching, compulsive __________ the lead was placed and skin got exposed sm
Complete thread -- #3 digital tourniquet
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 capsule had osteoarthritic
Complete thread -- #2 left
Complete thread -- Once the ulnar side was cleaned and debrided, the radial side was also ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Once the capsule and soft tissue was cleared with...#2 articular side
Complete thread -- The capsule and scar tissue to include the origin where the cyst was c ...
Complete thread -- I do find this article by Dr Scheker (see link) Does it fit your context?
Complete thread -- The way I read it, further suturing would likely fail and not speaking of whatever was not
Complete thread -- ulna with interposition cadaveric tendon or with a s/l scheker joint replacement TIA!
Complete thread -- I disagree. He says it was NOT grossly detached and (therefore) unlikely to fail..sounds
Complete thread -- I think you nailed it.
Complete thread -- and/or
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "membrane, and to the facial nerve"
Complete thread -- Decision was made to proceed with right canaloplasty/reconstruction of ...
Complete thread -- Unlikely doesn't make sense. What you had^likely^does make sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- I think I hear "which had been noted before"
Complete thread -- which has been done there before.
Complete thread -- has been done before
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- No injury to the bowel was seen; however, there was again a significant amount of sm
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- oooh....interesting!
Complete thread -- acquired?
Complete thread -- okay thanks Q.
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Right voice file there now.
Complete thread -- reposting.
Complete thread -- WAV does not match post.
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match post
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- annually.
Complete thread -- Creatinine is elevated at 3 now. The patient has _____ solitary kidney. Agree with sm
Complete thread -- The patient is a 41-year-old with chronic recurrent facial pain, press ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- never mind, sent it in blank
Complete thread -- cleft?
Complete thread -- The sphenoid sinusotomy was performed through the <____> betwe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr Albert Tran (see link)
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: General endotracheal. ANESTHESIOLOGIST: <____&# ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Or "pin in posteriorly" ?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "pin here posteriorly" ?
Complete thread -- I then used electrocautery throughout the shoulder to anneal frayed ti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- actually
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ballistic (see link)
Complete thread -- pls post you wav again. sorry
Complete thread -- The patient is a 23-year-old female with a history of instability and ...
Complete thread -- She drinks ____ 2 cups of coffee a day.
Complete thread -- actually because it was very s/l sheer
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Also think he says "placed a screw" (not the screw)
Complete thread -- All I think I can get is the 1st and last words "actually _____ here"
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- We copiously irrigated with bacitracin as well as normal saline and pl ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "He has no slowness."
Complete thread -- He feels his joints are stiff. He has no __________. He is trying to exercise a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- and after all that I can't get your blank...sorry
Complete thread -- just to abrade it a little etc
Complete thread -- Note: to make sure we decompressed
Complete thread -- ** as it was unlikely it would etc**
Complete thread -- I did penetrate the labrum inferiorly to make sure we decompress any p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- spinoglenoid notch (see link)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right shoulder pain, biceps tendinitis, SLAP t ...
Complete thread -- Thx, Oasis- I hadn't heard of using bicarb w/anesthesia before. Something new every day.
Complete thread -- sorry for my late reply, maternal related, I had to flag it - thank you all
Complete thread -- If you're curious why bicarbonate is added...see link
Complete thread -- my typo...with this as a (not 'with this is a')
Complete thread -- But that wouldn't fit with this is a diagnosis statement of positive GBS result
Complete thread -- thank you both, that is what I was leaning towards but doubted myself :)
Complete thread -- I researched on google and they do perform GBS with both a vaginal
Complete thread -- could he be saying "rec'd" as in "recommended"? I have a doc that says "recs" all the time
Complete thread -- since he's using metric system I would do it 0.1
Complete thread -- can't say that I'm familiar with this mixture, but one-tenth would be 0.1
Complete thread -- From what I can find, they do the test "at 36 weeks of pregnancy" (not for 36 weeks) see
Complete thread -- how would you type in this situation, dictated as "one-tenths"
Complete thread -- Just click on the word 'gamma' in the Find Box at the top of the page to
Complete thread -- Here is the patent description which describes it as just that (see link)
Complete thread -- Is it fetus or maternal related?
Complete thread -- intestinal atresia?
Complete thread -- thanks, poi - you're right about that.
Complete thread -- It seem to be a kind of gamma probe, which fits - but...
Complete thread -- here is a link to a google search (I know Taco can't post links)
Complete thread -- Really? I must have checked live only when I searched. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'm going to go ahead and type onco probe because I have
Complete thread -- check the trademark box above. The trademark is dead but it
Complete thread -- I hate to ask, but do you have a link? I can't link that to any
Complete thread -- I saw that, but I could not really prove what it was. I better
Complete thread -- OncoProbe
Complete thread -- sentinel lymph node... Using the assistance of the s/l onco or alco probe
Complete thread -- Hope you're right, but I don't think so.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Broden's
Complete thread -- sorry,**N-tile-ah preesh-ee-uh which was negative.
Complete thread -- ankle x-ray s/l Birdin's view
Complete thread -- obstetrics again: She had screening for s/l N-tile-ah preesh-ee-uh which was negat
Complete thread -- think I figured it out (rectal)
Complete thread -- (obstetrics my weakest specialty) s/l Group B strep positive sm plse
Complete thread -- got it- walk/jog
Complete thread -- s/l watch dog progression ?
Complete thread -- it certainly fits, especially at the end where it says it was deflated.
Complete thread -- I think it's name has "aorta" but can be used for other vessels.
Complete thread -- REBOA (I meant to post here) - I think it is very clear.
Complete thread -- Sounds like REBOA. I can't spend any more time researching, but I think this is it.
Complete thread -- right inguinal wound for the _________ , 12 beads placed in
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but this is inguinal? hmmmm.... I'm totally stumped.
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- I just found this: REBOA: Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta.
Complete thread -- Not sure yet, but no comma with midline Pfannenstiel... also, (SM)
Complete thread -- inguinal wound for the *riv oh ah* , 12 beads placed in the midline
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- G3, P3-0-0-3 with....
Complete thread -- how to type this... She is G3 P3 003 with 3 normal spontaneous vaginal deliveries.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ah, thanks for your find Oasis, Pro-Col adding to my list
Complete thread -- maybe s/l "bifid" needle is bevel needle sm ****
Complete thread -- I can't hear that..It almost sounds like "bifid" needle??
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- pop-off?
Complete thread -- Oh thank youuuuuuuu!!!
Complete thread -- good find Oasis! I bet that's it.
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- ProCol?
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm the same as above. His graft keeps getting thrombosed after several attempts.
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file, it works best for accuracy
Complete thread -- I'm guessing same poster as above. was wondering if dialysis patient
Complete thread -- possibly "small bowel might have a thickened wall"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- repeat AV graft insertion using a s/l*po-koh (poke hole??)* graft sometime in the fut
Complete thread -- Completion suturing was obtained using a *ba-fah* needle.
Complete thread -- Kitty google verumontanum anatomy or function, might see something
Complete thread -- multi-thickened wall
Complete thread -- more than I got - I got nuthin'
Complete thread -- Thanks, T. My suggestion sounds nothing like "sheath" but that's all I got!
Complete thread -- WAG. Doing a search for intact verumontanum reveals "sphincter" as a possibility.
Complete thread -- I might be misunderstanding, but I think it is one blank that s/l sheath (?)
Complete thread -- You have no s/l's for both of the blanks.
Complete thread -- there *are* also thickened haustra. (can't get #1 - s/l multi-something?)
Complete thread -- #2 haustra
Complete thread -- small bowel ______ thickened wall
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy: _____ sheath?
Complete thread -- I though I heard CNS intact.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Time for me to wish you goodnight.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- See if you can hear "sutured closed with 7-0 Vicryl"
Complete thread -- This produced eventually a
Complete thread -- The tube tip was then pulled from its entry through the sclera and the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "taped down to reveal the" ?
Complete thread -- In the operating room, a time out was performed. The patient was prep ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "which was the first layer in the"
Complete thread -- At this time, we copiously irrigated the wound followed by release of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like #2 we felt like this would be helpful
Complete thread -- #1 any
Complete thread -- I think that is it. Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- We felt this corresponded pretty directly to the chronic ulceration, b ...
Complete thread -- ??oral??
Complete thread -- On #2 it is not clear whether he says sesamoid or sesamoids, but based on the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I agree I hear preservation of flexor tendon.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "we resected the sesamoids completely with
Complete thread -- #2 We shelled out the sesamoid.
Complete thread -- The patient told me that he started having abdominal pain yesterday. He took his sm
Complete thread -- This was dissected down to the level of the deep fascia. At this time ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- fell out of bed he has pain
Complete thread -- He has difficulty walking __________.
Complete thread -- I think he changes his mind to "ectatic sclera" ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ectatic (said cornea but corrected) sclera
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Primary open-angle glaucoma, left eye. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- See link for description of foot positions 1, 2, and 3 (scroll down)
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "grasped. The chamber was shallow." #2 position 1.
Complete thread -- Only you must never reduce fractions because hundredths are
Complete thread -- The nucleus was removed using phaco handpiece. During removal of the ...
Complete thread -- That fraction might be looked at as inexact because it reduces to 3/20 in its
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- fiber
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Diverticulosis was noted throughout the sigmoid region. No ...
Complete thread -- thanks Q.
Complete thread -- testing as far as looking
Complete thread -- He is pending memory testing, _____ looking to cognitive issues with Parkinson's.
Complete thread -- i deleted previous diagnosis and wrote what he dictated after 16. i.e. started all over
Complete thread -- typo...let him (not 'let me')
Complete thread -- If your system allows for transcribing what U think and flagging for
Complete thread -- he is confusing me. don't know what to do
Complete thread -- continuation....inasmuch as he uses it in the postop dx, but not the preop dx
Complete thread -- he just starts from preoperative diagnosis again. am deleting previous said with what he
Complete thread -- Is there anything in the body of the report referencing 16?
Complete thread -- I'm not sure that that makes sense in this context.
Complete thread -- at 16, meaning age?
Complete thread -- is he saying "at 16) meaning he had GERD since age 16?
Complete thread -- Great, glad to hear it!
Complete thread -- no no. he is saying something like "sixteen" AFTER postoperative diagnosis
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- he said "same plus" so as you typed it.
Complete thread -- i was able to correct it in time. :-) was forgetting myself. lol
Complete thread -- Or just remember 1 digit follows decimal point for tenths, 2 follow for hundredths, 3 for
Complete thread -- is he saying to omit the previous said diagnosis or adding to them?
Complete thread -- I guess there are exceptions to every rule. I would not change 15/100
Complete thread -- Got my thousandths and hundredths mixed up. Go with above Guy.
Complete thread -- Note this is the same instruction in BoS3, page 242
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- I was only correcting the math. However, there are some
Complete thread -- can it be "totalling 6, two were removed with cold forceps
Complete thread -- All I hear is "6" but I bet it will be mention in impression or somewhere in report
Complete thread -- bos3: . Do not use the decimal form when non-metric units are used; use fractions instead.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Prep quality was excellent. Multiple polyps were noted dur ...
Complete thread -- but it is inches. Why would you change to decimal?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- You have to enter 15 in the top box and 100 in the bottom, then click calculate
Complete thread -- ERROR: it s/b 0.15 (see link)
Complete thread -- I would think effected, meaning brought about.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would do it as 0.015 inch.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- affected
Complete thread -- SMC knots were followed by half hitches. This *affected/effected* a secure repair.
Complete thread -- how to write it?
Complete thread -- I'm surprised with all these guesses that nobody has asked the OP for some PMH.
Complete thread -- And the winner is...
Complete thread -- Not this. No trademark.
Complete thread -- Clindex?
Complete thread -- Could it be Plavix?
Complete thread -- Brintellix (depression)?
Complete thread -- I'm sure you know of Plendil, but that's all I can think of that comes close.
Complete thread -- I found a Gaenslen's maneuver and a Weber-Barstow maneuver - one of those?
Complete thread -- drug list s/l plendix
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wall motion abnormality
Complete thread -- The left ventricular function was normal with no significant ______.
Complete thread -- aha! yes! thank you vlad!!
Complete thread -- treatment naive?
Complete thread -- genotype 1a disease, is noncirrhotic and is treatment __ she is best treated with 12
Complete thread -- Patient has a sounds like positive Gastall's maneuver
Complete thread -- Brilliant! Good job, sm (I've heard of that but it didn't occur to me at all)
Complete thread -- that's it
Complete thread -- my guess see message - apres (short for apres ski)
Complete thread -- location near Vail, CO s/l op ray
Complete thread -- thanks taco
Complete thread -- pretty sure he is stumbling around trigger finger release - thanks
Complete thread -- trigger fingers
Complete thread -- chest pain, hypertension, carpal tunnel release, _____ release, tendonitis surgery
Complete thread -- chondral flaps
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No loose ____ were appreciated requiring chondroplasty
Complete thread -- mentally unstable, dysfunctional is what i'm hearing on the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- he has denied for being in agitation (?) I also hear "threatening to kill them" not "him"
Complete thread -- He has _______ and agitation in the facility AND found to be mentally _____ dysfunct
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l try us extension knee brace. Close could find Tri-tex
Complete thread -- knee brace s/l try us extension
Complete thread -- at-risk
Complete thread -- s/l...at-tress children
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- diving (iow thrusting into)?
Complete thread -- An incision was performed in the thoracolumbar area and the dorsal col ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- grade 3?
Complete thread -- This is a woman with chronic back pain secondary to an L5-S1 <____ ...
Complete thread -- well he does not give an actual diagnosis says cough, wheezing "deep chest cold".
Complete thread -- I can't get it, but I don't think it is steroids.
Complete thread -- I don't hear steroids...what is he treating?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. it was mine.
Complete thread -- reposted wav.
Complete thread -- Maybe not because later he says prednisone too.
Complete thread -- wav does not match - L-shaped fashion with the corner of the L being at the apex of the
Complete thread -- pls post your wav again. posted mine without refreshing. sorry
Complete thread -- Is he saying steroids Levaquin, plan for 10 days.
Complete thread -- I treated her with _____ Levaquin, plan for 10 days.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- about the length
Complete thread -- about the length
Complete thread -- She presented with a large amount of excess skin and fat on her upper ...
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- I think I hear "go for focal"
Complete thread -- There is some hyperinflation which again can ______ emphysema changes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- outside of the region opthalmologist?
Complete thread -- I hear "The patient lives at a facility where he was previously seen by an outside
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: The patient was at a facility where he was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mask
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Visually significant nuclear sclerotic catara ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Just got this. Upper limit of normal is...
Complete thread -- Evaluation in the emergency room revealed an elevated Valproic acid level at 133 sm
Complete thread -- H&E stain ( or ?stained)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- got it, never mind
Complete thread -- H&E
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- a microfracture *could* help
Complete thread -- Small intestine and duodenal biopsy: Small intestinal tissue with preserved villous
Complete thread -- camera viewing medially
Complete thread -- and it felt like a microfracture did help fill in the defect...camera bearing
Complete thread -- On probing, I was very happy with reapproximation. The ACL and PCL we ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- temporally
Complete thread -- temporally
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Then, a running 10-0 nylon suture was placed to secure the membrane in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The first layer was placed basement membrane down, the upper layer
Complete thread -- basement membrane
Complete thread -- The patient was brought back to the operating room suite where the pat ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- or chalazions
Complete thread -- hordeolums (ie, stye)
Complete thread -- The iris was flat. The lens was clear. There was no evidence of < ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying osseous?
Complete thread -- osseous?
Complete thread -- X-ray of femur: No acute radiographic *ausi* pathology
Complete thread -- NM, It was Ballottement
Complete thread -- s/l*Ba-lot-man* test is positive in the medial aspect of the right knee
Complete thread -- I thought it was the disappearing op who was posting earlier so I yawned and went to bed.
Complete thread -- Yes, that was a good one, T (shaking my head in disbelief that you got that! LOL!)
Complete thread -- That makes so much sense. I was all wrapped in the middle letter. Thanks
Complete thread -- EMB (endometrial biopsy) (see link)
Complete thread -- It sounds like EMD
Complete thread -- I think there's a problem with:
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- exactamundo T.
Complete thread -- internal reflection?
Complete thread -- no, listened again and heard the other answer. my "or not" meant
Complete thread -- No, no, no! It is "long-term anticoagulation" - clear as a bell!
Complete thread -- ligament was lifted up from the conjoint tendon superiorly and s/l*internal flection*
Complete thread -- No, wrong acronyms; PDD and ASD have different meanings in this context.
Complete thread -- yes it would - ASD in this case is autism spectrum disorder (not atrial septal defect)
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- your low intermittent coagulation -"whatever that is". I think like 'maintenance" due to
Complete thread -- Yes - thank you!
Complete thread -- Also I would put a comma after 'teens'. Also it used to be
Complete thread -- would Pervasive Developmental Disorder coincide with" likely ASD" tho. -
Complete thread -- PDD, likely ASD, (how I'd type that)
Complete thread -- reading the post, I think this PDD is Pervasive Developmental Disorder.
Complete thread -- Note it s/b 7-year 2-month-old male (per BoS2, page 17) (no hyphen between year and 2)
Complete thread -- I never figured why they use that term "teens" believe referring to sm
Complete thread -- sorry I repeated myself about the mcg/dL part - I got distracted midpost
Complete thread -- lead levels - they were in the 40s (mcg/dl), then in 30s, now teens (in mcg/dL)
Complete thread -- I think he had elevated lead hx of 40s then 30s and now in the teens, and I'd type it just
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 30s between 2010 and 2012, now in *teens* that has - clear but not sure what the numb
Complete thread -- Good going, taco! That was a hard one.
Complete thread -- I hear also---- low, intermittent coagulation
Complete thread -- I think you just hit Bingo; that certainly makes sense.
Complete thread -- It was the stuffy nose that made it sound odd too. That was it though. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Good deal! If it sounded like that, I bet that's what it is...sm
Complete thread -- That is what it sounded like when I first heard it but I dismissed it.
Complete thread -- manifold? See link and do a search for "manifold" for more info
Complete thread -- We hooked up a s/l vander fold (vandefoltz) to the SL1 sheath
Complete thread -- UDS - urine drug screen?
Complete thread -- Her blood alcohol level is less than 10. Her *EBS/UDS was negative?
Complete thread -- or
Complete thread -- long-term anticoagulation
Complete thread -- s/l low intermittent coagulation
Complete thread -- heard secondary prevention
Complete thread -- Thank you to both who responded.
Complete thread -- need for ______ coagulation
Complete thread -- nucleated cells would fit
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Patient with knee pain and swelling.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m done here. :-)
Complete thread -- until full view? of annulus.
Complete thread -- The chorda tympani nerve was identified and preserved. Next, anterior ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on the floor....with curved long
Complete thread -- This was repeated in the right side. Next, the natural ostium of the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sharp
Complete thread -- P and D capital of pathology department?
Complete thread -- The epiglottis was found to be _____ and normal. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A Kennedy?
Complete thread -- There were some scattered polyps in the maxillary sinus as well as the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops...steroid
Complete thread -- steriod solution?
Complete thread -- diclofenac?
Complete thread -- Entellus balloon dilator was inserted to the opening of the frontal si ...
Complete thread -- med name s/l glycophenac
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "visual position"
Complete thread -- An 18-gauge radiopaque epidural catheter Perifix was inserted through ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Other
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Other"
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Cervical radiculopathy. 2. _____ spon ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- a 30 degree
Complete thread -- a 30 degree
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Waiting for your WAV
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I sent in a blank because I could not figure it out.
Complete thread -- That's about what I was getting poi. Just could not make out the rest. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy was then turned on. Fluoroscopy was set on the left side ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. there are some clients which categorically specify to write disK but otherwise m
Complete thread -- I hear "for _____ prevention? intervention?
Complete thread -- I can't get it for sure...I think I hear something like "Before 7:00 the patient" and
Complete thread -- Unless your accounts specifies the new preference according to AAMT is disk.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Yes, "intervertebral disc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. longer wav posted.
Complete thread -- 3. For __________ , will check his lipid panel in the morning.
Complete thread -- I hear intervertebral disk too.
Complete thread -- Might be saying "Intervertebral disc" ...but could use a longer clip to be certain
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Radiculopathy, lumbosacral region. 2. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- despite positive responses in the trials
Complete thread -- positive responses in the trials
Complete thread -- Prior to having this procedure, the patient has had medial branch bloc ...
Complete thread -- I think he means phlegmonous (see link)
Complete thread -- How would you type "phlegmaceous" change with fibrinous exudate
Complete thread -- subluxation? not sure diffuse would fit though
Complete thread -- I'm concerned about "ends of the bowel were EXTUBATED" ...R U sure he
Complete thread -- Really WAG ???"intrasubstance degeneration of the medial meniscus" ???
Complete thread -- would expect "it was decided" (not has decided)
Complete thread -- tibiofemoral compartment associated with mild diffuse s/l*sub-ti-nation* of the media
Complete thread -- I think I hear "(period) A 5 mm flexible"
Complete thread -- gonadal vessels
Complete thread -- last word flexible
Complete thread -- de novo vessels?
Complete thread -- of 15 mmHg. _____ laparoscope was brought to the
Complete thread -- and preserving the ______ of the ureter.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1. at the crotch of the anastomosis
Complete thread -- was placed _____, after which the bowel was _____ back to the
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- good for you Jeannine - adhesiolysis & QuadPort+Olympus' LESS
Complete thread -- lemme write that down. A burlisher used to clamp deep blood vessels
Complete thread -- Agree. It's not an entity here, just describing what type of followup.
Complete thread -- "all" account specifics different; some "do" "I" wouldn't, check with/employer/manager
Complete thread -- s/l surgiflo placed & slap placed or "neuro/nerve slap" sm
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- agree with Q.
Complete thread -- I would not. BTJMO
Complete thread -- Would you capitalize Neurology here?
Complete thread -- listen for "tongue of omentum"
Complete thread -- (brain surgery) Surgiflo was placed and a s/l **slap* was placed and .. Sm
Complete thread -- QuadPort+ is part of Olympus' LESS surgery system
Complete thread -- adhesiolysis . . .
Complete thread -- peritoneal cavity. *atedio lysis* was performed AND placement of a *quads port plus
Complete thread -- a small *tunnel of* omentum was clamped
Complete thread -- NM. ethanol lock
Complete thread -- Patient is on s/l eth/uh/noll/ox for central venous catheter. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- there is but in the foot, medial plantar, and others dictated are in UE so would guess
Complete thread -- Yes, I'd change it to median. Medial is clearly incorrect here.
Complete thread -- probably
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- These do NOT share same definition. There is no medial nerve.
Complete thread -- I didn't make clear, word used in today's dictation, as opposed to what PA used in past
Complete thread -- Maybe, surgeon means a new knife as in different (knife/scapel) from 15 cm incision used
Complete thread -- These are from today. She continues to use same incorrect phrase. Change to correct term?
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated --- "today"
Complete thread -- answered above
Complete thread -- Would you change medial to median dictated consistently on different reports by PA?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Woot!
Complete thread -- wrist surgery?
Complete thread -- rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, hysterectomy in 1981, bilateral _____ surgery
Complete thread -- thanks Taco. See link.
Complete thread -- here's a link to a google search for confirmation...
Complete thread -- LTC (Lesser Trochanter to Center of head distance)
Complete thread -- Allergies: Vicodin causes stomach problem; statins...
Complete thread -- Measured the _____ to be 51 mm, which was what
Complete thread -- Vicodin, _________, statins also cause some side effects.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I am finding a "LTC-lateral tibial component" but it seems yours is a hip....
Complete thread -- I measured the *L T C* with a #32 plus zero head to be 52 mm
Complete thread -- s/l new knife
Complete thread -- rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, hysterectomy in 1981, bilateral _____ surgery
Complete thread -- supero(temporal)? nm
Complete thread -- (intraocular lens exchange) The temporal and s/l separate wounds were opened.
Complete thread -- I hear "It is important to note that the surgical area was also lavaged with..."
Complete thread -- Some ??? nodes were dissected ??? area was also lavaged
Complete thread -- The 2 edges were anastomosed with 2-0 Vicryl suture without incident. ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Painful chronic recalcitrant nonhealing ...
Complete thread -- I'm off to visit the sandman. Goodnight.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- articular
Complete thread -- A probe was used to pull the biceps into the joint, which showed no fr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Wheeless Ortho (see link) shows to use roman numerals
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- introduce
Complete thread -- A shaver was introduced and we shaved down minimal portion of the cart ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "feelings and (uh) ?the patella tracking, but"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- s/b down stairs in this context
Complete thread -- Note: but still having (not and)
Complete thread -- sorry. posted.
Complete thread -- Your WAV is not there.
Complete thread -- INDICATION FOR PROCEDURE: This is a 40-year-old female with right kne ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 or other upper GI-type pathology. Note also he
Complete thread -- #2 antireflux measures, dietary measures reviewed.
Complete thread -- #3 present, this obviously will be treated
Complete thread -- A 24-year-old gentleman with upper GI symptoms consistent with gastroe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Note: HEENT=head, eyes, ears, nose and throat...So neck would
Complete thread -- I think I hear "discernible mass or"
Complete thread -- HEENT: Normocephalic and atraumatic. Pupils are equal, round, and re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- arthritis, collagen vascular disease, or weakness
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: Constitutional: Without fever, fatigue, or weig ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 until the ....I can't get #1 clearly enough..sry
Complete thread -- We went ahead and used a 4-mm cannula and then we used a 3-mm cannula ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Crosslink is trademarked
Complete thread -- distraction on the
Complete thread -- Using the same technique, I then selected a 45 mm rod on the left side ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- That would certainly make sense.
Complete thread -- PT
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it
Complete thread -- yes that it is ........thank you so much
Complete thread -- The patient is a 64-year-old female who presents with low back pain an ...
Complete thread -- ooh...I like it
Complete thread -- Kelly Boeing, PA-C (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops here's link
Complete thread -- Dr Gary Brandt (see link)
Complete thread -- Dr Galen Griffin (see link)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying: burlisher is used......
Complete thread -- See if you can hear "forceps used"
Complete thread -- cc: _____ _____ _____ Eugene, OR ...
Complete thread -- and again says s/'*berlashues*, right angles as well as peanut sponges
Complete thread -- Right neck exploration, resection of a cleft cyst
Complete thread -- my first instinct is that the 'hues' part is really 'used' ....but
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "aspirate; this in a bone graft of etc" also no comma
Complete thread -- scalpel as well as pediatric s/l*berlashues*keeping large vessels and nerves down
Complete thread -- I exposed the L4-L5 disk space which appeared to be quite scarred down ...
Complete thread -- Shiley??
Complete thread -- The tracheal spreader was inserted and then the #8 sl*Trilley* tracheostomy was inser
Complete thread -- The tracheal spreader was inserted and then the #8 sl*Trilley* tracheostomy was inser
Complete thread -- The suffix ending on these should apparently be "or" in both
Complete thread -- blanking period =3-12 month period "post" ablation, where transient A-tach, not considered
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, meaning clear, describing shoulder condition sm
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share "sartorially"
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- The graft was passed up "sartorially." Okay as is?
Complete thread -- sending with blank, unable to document what she spells out
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- Fwiw subluxation is the noun, subluxate is shown in Dorland's and
Complete thread -- eh, not a great word but I'd give it to him.
Complete thread -- shoulder exam dislocator or subluxer (?)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- YEP
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Following ablation ______ nonspecific arrhythmias can be prevalent.
Complete thread -- Looks like billybob got #1 already and MTmom got #2, so no worries.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Got this part: was dissected out and Vesseloops were placed around - need help on second
Complete thread -- #2 occluded
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- dissected _____ placed around the _____ superior thyroid
Complete thread -- dissected down, Vesseloops placed around it.
Complete thread -- dissected on _____ the space around it.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I feel very inadequate tonight...can't get this one either
Complete thread -- comma after suspected needed
Complete thread -- It's there.
Complete thread -- Where is your WAV?
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed mildly enlarged cardiac silhouette, __________ demonstration sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "not elsewhere classified"
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Radiculopathy, lumbar region. 2. Pos ...
Complete thread -- I can't get this one either.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- continued speech impediment (not impairment)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- speech impediment...
Complete thread -- We discussed treatment options including observation and surgery. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- I think you got it!
Complete thread -- i think she is saying 80% obstruction
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is "The adenoids causing a _____ obstruction" but I
Complete thread -- Right septal deviation. Bilateral inferior turbinate hypertrophy. Ad ...
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking.
Complete thread -- Could she be saying Norco p.r.n. pain?
Complete thread -- she does say omeprazole after norco but I thought I heard something in between them.
Complete thread -- Could she be saying omeprazole? (does that fit with patient's problems?)
Complete thread -- Norco p.r.n. __________ .
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- I was just coming back to tell you I found that one too.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- She also has diabetes, her sugars run in the __________ .
Complete thread -- The maxillary sinus was reopened and polyps were removed. Hemostasis ...
Complete thread -- but she says kelly first. I found a Kelly Wimberly in Dallas but could not really hear
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Moving on.
Complete thread -- Note that I find several Dr Kimberly Kelly listings.
Complete thread -- Also this is in the Carollton, texas area.
Complete thread -- What location?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Maybe q.6 blood glucose?
Complete thread -- Yeah I was waiting for confirmation on the last wav but will post now.
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything. Sry.
Complete thread -- We will obtain s/l juice-ix blood glucose to trend blood glucose levels. TIA!
Complete thread -- Only the old WAV there
Complete thread -- PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN: Kelly __________
Complete thread -- I hear Everard Williams too.
Complete thread -- I find a Dr Everard Williams (see link)
Complete thread -- A 57-year-old male with a history of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thyroid cartilage
Complete thread -- think she is saying "left side of the thyroid cartilage"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would put a commas "notch, right neck, and up etc"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "left side of the ____ cartilage"
Complete thread -- There was a small amount of dissection between the dermis and the plat ...
Complete thread -- Okay thanks. I hate when they stumble so much it gets confusing. LOL
Complete thread -- I agree with what you have.
Complete thread -- I think she wants it as you show it. I note she changed "were" to
Complete thread -- I think U got it.
Complete thread -- Apparently her daughter googled and thought that her symptoms were consistent with sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear a large bore suction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "wall" (see link)
Complete thread -- This was opened with straight Thru-Cut and microdebrider. The content ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- For #2 could she be saying "slope" ???
Complete thread -- to keep it
Complete thread -- The middle turbinate was then injected with lidocaine 1% with epinephr ...
Complete thread -- thanks Q.
Complete thread -- liothyronine (see link)
Complete thread -- levothyroxine. __________ . This iks a medication list.
Complete thread -- Thanks. that's what I thought. it just sounded strange when he said feet pain. LOL
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, should be foot. It's being used as an adjective here and
Complete thread -- patient complaining of bilateral lower feet pain. Should this be foot? feet just
Complete thread -- oops...I guess this was answered below
Complete thread -- #2...____ closed?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with a total of 700 cc, inplanted just 350 cc on each side,
Complete thread -- Thanks. It fits with her history of esophageal stenosis and
Complete thread -- Sequential leg compression devices were applied. After general anesth ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mosaicism?
Complete thread -- Maybe unlikely, but it sounds like Propulsid to me, although it
Complete thread -- cash price (I assume he is talking about how much money the patient
Complete thread -- Klinefelter's, XXY karyotype without evidence of s/l mozyasism
Complete thread -- mosaicism
Complete thread -- The patient was preoperatively marked. We did obtain <____> f ...
Complete thread -- Include Avelox, Biaxin, lovastatin, __________.
Complete thread -- Klinefelter's, XXY karyotype without evidence of s/l mozyasism
Complete thread -- Also s/b There were some gram-negative rods (not was)
Complete thread -- Thanks Poi.
Complete thread -- I guess that needs a hyphen beta-hemolytic
Complete thread -- but culturing out, is beta hemolytic...
Complete thread -- +. There was some gram negative rods noted as well and gram positive rods on Gram sm
Complete thread -- I find a barbed V-Lok (see link)
Complete thread -- I can't document this used for suture...can you? All I can
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much!
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I did.
Complete thread -- It's Luer (maybe you just transposed the letters) sm
Complete thread -- he says again, and s/l*lure-lock*
Complete thread -- A barbed 3-0 double-armed s/l*dura-lock was used to pass through the psoas muscles x3
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Pollack - see link
Complete thread -- s/l*paula-catheter* was used to perform a right retrograde pyelography
Complete thread -- ;)
Complete thread -- Awkward, awkward, awkward!!!
Complete thread -- typo "copy/paste
Complete thread -- "chuckle: now that you XX-splained Q, it; now got it
Complete thread -- s/l mell" Ligasure may be saying "vessel" Ligasure device sm & link
Complete thread -- I'd use the colon.
Complete thread -- s/l joint region: or joint region. Not sure I understand question
Complete thread -- I flagged it because it did not seem complete. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Ackward, but maybe means "alternatives" seemed better, covered by Medicare
Complete thread -- s/l cumber-ess not sure where the "ess come from Prob saying recumbent, in prone position
Complete thread -- joint region: or joint region,
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- Does this first sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- thank you poi, i thought i might have heard that too. Thank you!
Complete thread -- will come our way??
Complete thread -- Imuran 100 mg for at least the next four to five years and blood monitoring ___.
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- yep - that's what it sounds like to me
Complete thread -- anyone hear Antarctic Centre?
Complete thread -- Many thanks for asking me to see **, a 45-year-old policy adviser at the ____.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. No wonder I hadn't heard of that before.
Complete thread -- laminectomy: Pt was turned s/l*cumber-ess* in the prone position on the Wilson frame
Complete thread -- I found "Maryland LigaSure" device?
Complete thread -- were taken down using the *mell* LigaSure device
Complete thread -- Got feedback. It was "air" boots...Gosh!!
Complete thread -- sweetheart
Complete thread -- 2. infiltrated with
Complete thread -- grasped with _______ clamps. The mucosa was ______ vasopressin and an incision
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- "B regimen" is probably okay... but sm
Complete thread -- maybe a trial with A and B regimens? (progesterone weAkly positive)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- with one miscarriage, one ectopic, having her first child..?
Complete thread -- 2 with one missed _____ with ectopic _____ 39 years ago
Complete thread -- s/l *B* regimen chemotherapy - can't document clearly
Complete thread -- Anytime they enter or leave the surgical field, it is called "scrubbing in/out"
Complete thread -- yeah, i knew that but this is worded funny to me so wasn't sure it was right here
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense. Surgeons "scrub in" to surgery (they scrub their hands to be sterile)
Complete thread -- "breath. Until the cough ?seemed to give her? some chest pain, she denied any..."?
Complete thread -- I then proceeded to*scrub*back into the patient’s bedside and place a 19 French Blake
Complete thread -- wrap
Complete thread -- the posterior portion of the *rat* to the right cr
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- never heard of them using them pre-surgery, but I guess it's possible.
Complete thread -- until the cough ________ and she denied
Complete thread -- NM it was pre-lordosed
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We then used the pre-cut *pre-low-dose* rods. We tightened the screws
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The patient was turned s/l*convalescent* in the prone position on the Wilson frame.
Complete thread -- to the preoperative holding area where thigh-high TED hose and **Unna boots**placed
Complete thread -- can't find your needle, but technetium isn't capped.
Complete thread -- #2 ___ within the axilla (can't get that first word)
Complete thread -- "blue node" and "hot node" are both okay
Complete thread -- #1 Geiger counter
Complete thread -- nodes negative, one the *blue* node. This was then copiously lavaged.
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- sentinel node and *hot* node
Complete thread -- I have a workout book where they spell it "flyes"
Complete thread -- time-out using the _____ to locate the area of maximum _____.
Complete thread -- placed a 5 cm _____ needle in the area of the surgical
Complete thread -- The patient is an avid weightlifter and experiences pain with
Complete thread -- Thanks Billybob
Complete thread -- residual atrophic
Complete thread -- There is a minimal enhancement of the __________ left medial temporal lobe related sm
Complete thread -- Thanks Billybob.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- (3) demonstration???
Complete thread -- Oops forgot my blank. I was just verifying the re-demonstration.
Complete thread -- No evidence of large pleural effusion or pneumothorax. Re-demonstration of sm
Complete thread -- I also think he says "recommendation since the white count"....
Complete thread -- sorry, I don't hear what you do. I kinda like my suggestion better.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- Just kind of wanting verification of that. LOL
Complete thread -- Tysabri?
Complete thread -- OKAY thanks Poi. I think he is saying I am seeing him for antibiotic recommendation.
Complete thread -- and then vancomycin was added and he was (sorry, can't get the rest)
Complete thread -- Patient is JC antibody negative. Continue s/l tifabray.
Complete thread -- The patient was started on IV Unasyn and the vancomycin and __________ antibiotic sm
Complete thread -- love it!
Complete thread -- SM (link)
Complete thread -- SM (link)
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack
Complete thread -- Since you keep mentioning this thread, here's a link and further context...
Complete thread -- Taco=your recent post "4 OBLIQUE LENDS"=forobliqe lenses. I learned decades ago as "newbie
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Sorry Q. Thought I said thank you and just noticed I did not. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think I hear "in order to control"
Complete thread -- febrile
Complete thread -- Sister has a history of s/l fuh-rell seizures. TIA!
Complete thread -- Once this layer was closed, the second layer was used to imbricate __________ to sm
Complete thread -- oops...here's the link
Complete thread -- These dictionary hits on google show it as "long sweeping"...While
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- fracture
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- If dictator dictated it as "Lopezes," type Lopez's.
Complete thread -- sensory grosly intact with positive elevation.... ??
Complete thread -- no mp3?
Complete thread -- positive elevation of the lower lumbar region?
Complete thread -- So Lopez's, right?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- lumbosacral spine demonstrates ______ lower lumbar region
Complete thread -- Sacral __________ transverse process fracture.
Complete thread -- sorry (fracture) my keyboard is dying
Complete thread -- left transverse process fracure
Complete thread -- Sacral fracture, _______ fracture with a possible
Complete thread -- great, thank you everyong
Complete thread -- thanks, that's how usually hear it too.
Complete thread -- Yeah, Obama has a nativity disorder too.
Complete thread -- I agree with a flag - weekly vitamin D is usually dosed in international units
Complete thread -- yes - "intimate" fits (it is pronounced differently as a verb than we normally hear it)
Complete thread -- sounds good to me. (Merriam-Webster) intimate: to say or suggest in an indirect way
Complete thread -- Scoli curves -- long sweeping or long-sweeping or long, sweeping????
Complete thread -- but he is clearly saying mL, so I guess I'll flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- annotate?
Complete thread -- meant to say, sm plse
Complete thread -- stumped on nonmedical word
Complete thread -- milliliter - mL ...
Complete thread -- I find 1.5 mg ??
Complete thread -- Medications: Vitamin D supplement 1.5 s/l *mills* a week
Complete thread -- Must be what I have.
Complete thread -- Here is what BoS2 recommends: essentially let how you pronounce
Complete thread -- thanks all for trying!
Complete thread -- They do sound like what bkloli said, but I can't find them either.
Complete thread -- I can't find anything on either of those names
Complete thread -- just curious Darelene. Have you been on vacation or away from your computer
Complete thread -- I only "shoot down" your crappy posts, Darlene. Somebody has to.
Complete thread -- George Knowles? also to Dr. Regatta, psychologist? big guess though.
Complete thread -- Two doc name helps, VIC AUS docs
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "chuckle, chuckle" T= TACO U need more MT & psych education
Complete thread -- yes it's sag, thanks
Complete thread -- are you sure it isn't "sag"? That would make better sense (google "posterior tibial sag")
Complete thread -- ☂ - it was a "sounds like" - no such thing as a "nativity disorder"
Complete thread -- Hmm, very interesting. I've never heard the phrase below.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- knee exam clearly said s/l stag
Complete thread -- Quite a lot on google Re;=nativity-place pf birth issues sm*****
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone, having a bad day today...can't think straight
Complete thread -- By the way, you are talking about possessive form, not plural form.
Complete thread -- yeah, that's how I learned it too and that's still my personal preference, but...?
Complete thread -- Call me old-fashioned, but I always use Mr. Lopez' hand. nm
Complete thread -- either Mr. Lopez's or Mr. Lopez', but not Lopezes.
Complete thread -- agree w/poi. Also, "nylon" is not capitalized.
Complete thread -- mr. lopez's hand or mr lopez' hand or mr lopezes left hand...
Complete thread -- following the outlined(?) marking (and no "a" since plural microscopes)
Complete thread -- overlying?
Complete thread -- following the ___?___ marking (it might help to know procedure being done)
Complete thread -- bony attachment to the lateral epicondyle
Complete thread -- attachment into the large _____ epicondyle and was left to retract distalward
Complete thread -- The incision was made _____ using a 3.5 magnifying
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- negativity?
Complete thread -- Mental Status: There was no *s/l nativity* disorder of thought, form, or content. nm
Complete thread -- I think I hear "origin at (?of) the common extensors"
Complete thread -- on the operative site over the brachium?
Complete thread -- Oops Q=Questyr
Complete thread -- Could it be "on the arm over the brachium" ???
Complete thread -- on the arm ____ brachium?
Complete thread -- An 18 x 4 inch tourniquet was applied on the _____ of the _____. The skin was prepp
Complete thread -- epicondylitis with degenerative changes in the _____ exten
Complete thread -- Gardner Wells tongs were applied
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- aspect of the neck after __________ were applied and cranial traction
Complete thread -- med s/l naprol
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thai punching?
Complete thread -- normal gait and stride
Complete thread -- Gait: He had decreased arm swing while walking and normal __________.
Complete thread -- Probably so because she did describe the details above. thanks.
Complete thread -- Really a WAG, but could she be saying "as above (period)." ??? Was a
Complete thread -- CT head angiogram __________ . MRI of the brain without contrast showed abnormal sm
Complete thread -- Since he spelled it out I just put it in quotes and sent it in. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying Q. I sent it in with a blank.
Complete thread -- acetaminophen
Complete thread -- Combining scintillating scotoma and teichopsia? They are the same thing. I don't know how
Complete thread -- I'm really not sure on this.
Complete thread -- I can't get all of it, but I think I hear "right-sided ____ rotation only"
Complete thread -- Minimal decreased range of motion of cervicals, upper thoracics to right-sided ____sm
Complete thread -- I think could be...see link
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- Just found it, Block 3.
Complete thread -- biuret?
Complete thread -- In the past, she had experienced auras consisting of patches of blurry vision sm
Complete thread -- that's what I want it to be but I cannot make that out, but of course I am not getting sm
Complete thread -- Patient had a s/l blot 3 done, which revealed low concentration of protein TIA!
Complete thread -- ???daily???
Complete thread -- She started taking Acetaminophen and ibuprofen on an almost __________ basis and sm
Complete thread -- No problem. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I think I heard "join it" (Sorry I was too late)
Complete thread -- Nevermind sent in.
Complete thread -- We localized the L5 to S1 disk space and counted up to L3. We placed the spinal sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Juxta-Lite?
Complete thread -- I agree. Too many know-it-alls on this board. It has hurt this board
Complete thread -- Patient received the s/l jex-u-lay compression wrap. TIA!
Complete thread -- spermatozoa?
Complete thread -- On urine cytology, neutrophils , s/l per-met-uh-zol-uh and TIA!
Complete thread -- How do you know her "help" didn't hurt a single soul? She mucked up the thread so the real
Complete thread -- You hear what you hear. There's no need for others to bully you.
Complete thread -- You're welcome. I'm glad I could help you out.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! i don't do ID so often, so this is a huge help..
Complete thread -- All my ID docs love their short forms/slang -too much trouble to say whole words, I guess.
Complete thread -- cocci (short form of "coccidioidomycosis") and histo (short form of histoplasmosis)
Complete thread -- Rytary is the closest I can think of.
Complete thread -- sounds like coxy and histo? infectious disease consult..
Complete thread -- drug for Parkinson's
Complete thread -- I just questioned my QA about this recently and they told me...
Complete thread -- Fwiw Sensor is still a live trademark.
Complete thread -- yes, thanks
Complete thread -- quinolones?
Complete thread -- patient allergic to s/l spin alones
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Glad to hear she is feeling so well. I'll keep you both in my prayers.
Complete thread -- No, she's still doing chemo, waiting on the next scan to see if it is working.
Complete thread -- No, she's still doing chemo, waiting on the next scan to see if it is working.
Complete thread -- hip exam
Complete thread -- thanks for the backup, lb.
Complete thread -- There is no need for more posts once somebody gets the right answer.
Complete thread -- exactly.
Complete thread -- need some new ear buds??
Complete thread -- INFECTION STATUS: **Drain** contaminants.
Complete thread -- Multiple postings needed, 4 or 5 times you usually post on same answer.?
Complete thread -- *yawn*
Complete thread -- You have head issues poi and you know it too. Stop your slanderous BS.
Complete thread -- Obviously more things you fail to comprehend - sarcasm or humor.
Complete thread -- What's rude is posting wrong answers when someone has already posted the right one.
Complete thread -- How rude.
Complete thread -- coder Jane Your text below, yep that is what was meant sm
Complete thread -- It's your own posted ADHD poi, you agree to dyslexia and OCD. sm
Complete thread -- That last sentence should be "no headache, dizziness, lightheadedness..."
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Nope, no skip, no mess-up.
Complete thread -- Doesn't matter - he is saying exactly what I posted below. You can move on.
Complete thread -- I wonder if tape messed up (slipped/stopped, restart or something
Complete thread -- I hear no jaundice, liver is palpable (I don't hear orthopnea),
Complete thread -- The patient has no shortness of breath, orthopnea, or paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea.
Complete thread -- #2 The patient has off-and-on chest discomfort in the retrosternal area,
Complete thread -- The patient has no jaundice, orthopnea, _____. The patient has no leg swelling.
Complete thread -- hypertension. _______ The patient has also known chest discomfort in the _____ which
Complete thread -- all I get is the last word of microdissection. its all mush to me.
Complete thread -- sm for blanks. I think they may be the same thing but not real sure.
Complete thread -- thanks Poi. That's what I heard too but she never addressed a problem with the sodium sm
Complete thread -- I can't tell with absolute certainty whether 114 or 140. I'd flag it
Complete thread -- 114
Complete thread -- Sodium _____. Trying to verify what number she is saying here.
Complete thread -- I tried to message you on facebook guy it is said "this person
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 12-year-old female who had a <____> ankle fra ...
Complete thread -- U.S. is the odd man out in pronouncing the "c."
Complete thread -- exactly - and we don't even know that's what is being said (could be something to
Complete thread -- woot!
Complete thread -- as always taco, you are a genius! Thank you!
Complete thread -- on schedule. (stop) (he says it like "shhedule")
Complete thread -- I just asked what you think it means - I cannot code a diagnosis that does not exist.
Complete thread -- anyone have a guess???
Complete thread -- why would he have a "worry for" VCG'ism? It is a test, not something to worry about.
Complete thread -- I am certainly glad that what you post makes no sense to me...as it obviously
Complete thread -- that link actually PROVED there is no such thing as an "in vitro dermoid"...learn from it
Complete thread -- ☂ ☂☂ ☂☂ -☂☂ ☂ - can't even begin to explain how sill
Complete thread -- hopefully this time he can manage to get here ____.
Complete thread -- voiding cystogram/orcystourethrogram sure fits urgency, frequency/urine culture
Complete thread -- Poi U just don't grasp/unable to see big picture, things have rarely made sense to U poi.
Complete thread -- Pfft, pretty silly link posting poi
Complete thread -- ah, thank you. My first "learned item" of the day.
Complete thread -- Yes, surgery was not needed, they push on abdomen and it expels
Complete thread -- question about C-section and placenta sm plse
Complete thread -- Coder Jane: Was not on WB, Yes, very familiar "CODERS asking issues all the time!!! sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I guess so (see link). He does say "percutaneously."
Complete thread -- is counterpulsation used during surgery
Complete thread -- Nevermind - Lhermitte's
Complete thread -- Neurology term sounds like "lay-zur-mates phenomenon"
Complete thread -- van der Wurff?
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Again, we first started by making incision longitudinally over the thu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 4. while the thumb was held in extension
Complete thread -- 3. removing all bone
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2. and from this incision we then passed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. second wav posted.
Complete thread -- 1. Wagner approach
Complete thread -- Total tourniquet time was under 1 hour. We used a standard < ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort. flagged it.
Complete thread -- I can't get it - sorry
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cigarette?
Complete thread -- It was held in position with a 25-gauge needle and then the edges of t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The patient is a light _____ smoker.
Complete thread -- underneath the
Complete thread -- through its tunnel,
Complete thread -- We carefully dissected it free, again preserving all the neurovascular ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- slid the
Complete thread -- Because of this, we then had to open up the carpal tunnel in standard ...
Complete thread -- thanks - flagged it
Complete thread -- ...hypertension, obesity, osteoarthritis of the left knee, _______ eff ...
Complete thread -- I didn't think you could explain it.
Complete thread -- Never mind, it is just too early for the brain cells to be out today.
Complete thread -- How is this written?
Complete thread -- It's not a great way to phrase it, but probably means placement
Complete thread -- can you hear neb treatment (as in nebulizer), or maybe p.r.n.?
Complete thread -- albuterol via s/l*UPN* treatment
Complete thread -- Intracranial hemorrhage, which required s/l neuro shunt placement TIA!
Complete thread -- Keeping in mind only U R hearing it, I can say it is not unreasonable and
Complete thread -- or could it be "Mild posterolateral displacement of the" ? ...
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Thank you! I actually googled it a few ways with no results. Will remember your link/nm
Complete thread -- Yes. Trans-knee is the level at which the op is done, guillotine is the type of amputation
Complete thread -- totally disagree. Flag it
Complete thread -- Pt. with necrotizing fasciitis, taken for "trans-knee guillotine amputation" *(?)/nm
Complete thread -- Can't find any confirmation; doc-ism... nm
Complete thread -- The worry here is for "VCG-ism" (voiding cystogramism) (?)/sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- want to add that I would flag, as I have no way of knowing which he meant
Complete thread -- seems like he is combining Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE) with
Complete thread -- Sputum culture microbiology shows s/l carbapenemase-resistant Enterobacter. TIA!
Complete thread -- oh, okay, so it was just in case we didn't learn that in grade school?
Complete thread -- I think the OP is just giving information.
Complete thread -- hello -I am a coder, and I would not know how to code this diagnosis...
Complete thread -- what is your question?
Complete thread -- Your s/l "walnut" unable to find or similar, but see/click link
Complete thread -- POI & TACO ☂ ☂☂ ☂☂ -☂☂ ☂ "causation IVF/ovarian cyst
Complete thread -- Or good grief you two, POI and TACO try reading and learning, see the big picture.
Complete thread -- when to use--- Me, I and You sm
Complete thread -- Yep, same thing (A is for assay)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks - just found ERA/PRA too.
Complete thread -- Not sure how it's being dictated but ER and PR would fit (estrogen/progesterone receptors)
Complete thread -- with that s/l, I'd guess pegfilgrastim (which is Neulasta)
Complete thread -- The s/l ERA peri and HER2/neu are also pending on the breast mass.
Complete thread -- Thanks but sounds more like peg cell grafin.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- apixaban? (Eliquis - they use it as prophylaxis for patients getting chemo)
Complete thread -- wire-guided ?
Complete thread -- ☂ no such thing as "in vitro dermoid" and your link does not support it
Complete thread -- s/l why guy dilatation
Complete thread -- Patient with small cell lung cancer -
Complete thread -- s/l walnut
Complete thread -- Good night and thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i m done. have a nice night. if possible read chase novel with same title.
Complete thread -- see link....description on the page says it's located in Denver
Complete thread -- is there any University of Colorado Denver Hospital? he is saying it n ...
Complete thread -- I don't think there s/b a virgule (/)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in transfer.
Complete thread -- At this time, I quickly contacted the University of Colorado Hospital ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- gas (that's how they'll create the pneumoperitoneum)
Complete thread -- This incision was carried down through the subcutaneous tissue with el ...
Complete thread -- google lesson - won't even *try* to teach you anatomy, definitions
Complete thread -- It is easy to break up the words and define them. Put them together
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- That context would support "nm's" suggestion...He did not
Complete thread -- This crease was <____> adjusted. The dissection was carried o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I see nm has even come up with a 4th possibility.
Complete thread -- Problem is the s/l ranges anywhere from maladjusted, then adjusted or
Complete thread -- this crease was not adjusted
Complete thread -- We made the incision down through the breast tissue down to the latera ...
Complete thread -- okay I was hearing bronch and biopsy.
Complete thread -- OKAY thanks.
Complete thread -- okay except reconsider "bronchial biopsy" 'cause I still hear that
Complete thread -- I hear it now. I hear something like"____ brought to the hospital for bronchial biopsy"but
Complete thread -- okay now I hear pulmonary sarcoidosis sent to the hospital for ...
Complete thread -- Okay try again. I hear it there now.
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble with the WB again. I'm still only hearing your last WAV. Did
Complete thread -- I think she is saying something about being sent by VA
Complete thread -- This is my last blank.
Complete thread -- I kept thinking she was changing to something but could not make it out.
Complete thread -- A 49-year-old male who has a past medical history significant for hypertension sm
Complete thread -- The more one reads/knows anatomy, definitions, IVF process, interpret/analyze easier
Complete thread -- I think that may be what she is doing. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Could she be correcting herself to say "which were consistent with runs of bigeminy" ???
Complete thread -- The patient also had multiple frequent PACs/PVCs which recent of which _____ sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Sorry...I haven't a clue.
Complete thread -- I hear the "as to" pretty clearly, but I hated the grammar which makes
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hear it perfectly now. LOL
Complete thread -- forgot to say sm. LOL
Complete thread -- posting another wav
Complete thread -- I keep hearing like she is starting to say continue on a steroid and changes it to 6 sm
Complete thread -- Could she be saying for #1 to continue on as to 6-month etc
Complete thread -- #2 sarcoidosis
Complete thread -- sm for blanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tissue. Upon making this
Complete thread -- We went ahead and addressed the right breast where we made the incisio ...
Complete thread -- ;)
Complete thread -- okay, I was only off by one word!
Complete thread -- I hear "gallbladder, and aorto-left iliac stent graft" (see link)
Complete thread -- and old left iliac??
Complete thread -- His abdominal sonogram shows a 6 cm mass in the head of the pancreas suggesting sm
Complete thread -- sent in.
Complete thread -- ATTENDING SURGEON: ***** __________ . The surgeon's name sm
Complete thread -- what is an "in vitro dermoid"??..are we making dermoids and planting them in patients now?
Complete thread -- wonder if s/l in bret-tro dermoid = in vitro dermoid. Any mention of fertility problems
Complete thread -- flagging - thanks
Complete thread -- don't think so, when I relisten s/l *in bret-tro dermoid* (thanks)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "breast dermoid" ???
Complete thread -- WOW woot woot to you taco! you are awesome! thank you!
Complete thread -- (ESL doc) Diagnosis: Right ovarian tumour s/l **and brett dermoid.**
Complete thread -- (East Melbourne VIC)
Complete thread -- yeah - blood tests through Peter Ellims (hematologist in Australia)
Complete thread -- Where is this? It sounds like a name to me... "blood tests through ***"
Complete thread -- anyone hear anything?
Complete thread -- followup blood tests to repeat her ___ to see if this is of any relevance.
Complete thread -- found a low fibrinogen at the time on 15 March 2016, but she is ___ to see if this is
Complete thread -- Boston *mesenteric* drape
Complete thread -- s/l corporal cord
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I think I got it now. Previous sternal thoracotomy
Complete thread -- ...duration. Findings: _________ thoracotomy. The heart, hila, diap ...
Complete thread -- "serobilious" seems to be used way more often, but your way would be spelled with an 'i'
Complete thread -- combining form for bile and serous drainage?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think both acceptable. bur. (ber), This spelling is preferred to burr. sm
Complete thread -- wondering if bur or burr is preferred when referring to the surgical instrument
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. yeah a male patient.
Complete thread -- I hear "compared to most men" is this is a male patient.
Complete thread -- I localized the incision with fluoroscopy. I made a left-sided parame ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- two days status post.....
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. <____> status post removal of bilat ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis. ...
Complete thread -- sent in with blanks.
Complete thread -- thanks. Will relisten for that.
Complete thread -- sm for list of past medical history and blanks.
Complete thread -- pill at night?
Complete thread -- Wav file there now.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The patient usually takes __________ and no history of any seizures, fever, sm
Complete thread -- The ethmoid bulla and anterior ethmoid air cells were removed with a m ...
Complete thread -- He has pulmonary fibrosis
Complete thread -- Could be be saying stilbestrol? (see link)
Complete thread -- History of s/l*steelmoset* exposure
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The pulsed frequency ablation
Complete thread -- Then, thermal ablation was initiated at 80 degrees Celsius for 120 sec ...
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Complete thread -- complaint
Complete thread -- and vibration to the patient in the anterior chest wall which was cons ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "There were no striations and" but must be verified to context
Complete thread -- it sounds like there were no striations (but I don't do radiology)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Intractable intercostal nerve pain. ...
Complete thread -- What is the patient's problem/diagnosis?
Complete thread -- no _____ and no evidence of pleural invasion. Still trying to figure out first blank
Complete thread -- The same approach was applied to the ninth and the tenth and eleventh ...
Complete thread -- I haven't been successful in finding an exact sample of
Complete thread -- Yeah; it's now there! Thanks everyone for responding.
Complete thread -- I take it back - I was having a personal problem and I hear it now.
Complete thread -- also, others do hear it, so that's not the case here. A real mystery!
Complete thread -- too lazy to change or update software, no changes at this end.
Complete thread -- both clear to me.
Complete thread -- I put it on MP3. Can you check if that works?
Complete thread -- Visual acuity with correction is 20/30 minus 2 plus 1. How do you type the TIA!
Complete thread -- it is still there and I can still hear it lol
Complete thread -- I have had that problem with a particular poster myself. Never did figure it
Complete thread -- I couldn't hear it either, Q.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Does anyone know why I can't hear tealight's WAV, but poi could? Has there been
Complete thread -- nerve irritation
Complete thread -- Soooo strange. I've dumped out, I've rebooted and still all I get is the previous WAV.
Complete thread -- I hear it, but I flagged it already. Thanks for trying :) ...
Complete thread -- It's still not there.
Complete thread -- whoops. posted wav
Complete thread -- Only old WAV is there.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- As yet, I have not run into "co" collaterals but does not mean sm
Complete thread -- thanks - I'm sure he's stumbling over something else. We tried! :)
Complete thread -- I'm not having any luck documenting co-collaterals on googling or at PubMed.
Complete thread -- Fwiw, here's a simple (I hope) grammar explanation for any who are interested.
Complete thread -- s/l Co-Collaterals
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Okay, TY!
Complete thread -- use reveals because it's the film (singular) that reveals
Complete thread -- "film" is subject that goes w/verb. The film reveals (QA is right about ignoring the rest)
Complete thread -- QA states "ignore x-rays include" and use reveals. I don't see how that's the case. Help!
Complete thread -- thanks taco. I got stuck hearing "does the love stop for this patient?"
Complete thread -- Subj/Verb agreement: X-rays include a long leg film which *reveals/reveal* leg length
Complete thread -- there is little else to offer this patient
Complete thread -- Based on the good results from the tests, despite the high subjective ...
Complete thread -- Ohhhh goodness...thank you so much for catching that for me!!
Complete thread -- addendum Might relisten to this sentnce (?excellent? sm
Complete thread -- disregard please (no abnormalities)
Complete thread -- drawing a blank on an EGD report. Sm pls
Complete thread -- Viabahn stent graft sm& links. Gore & associates have huge list of products ,
Complete thread -- He is not able to eat very well
Complete thread -- That has to be it, although the beginning sounded more like 'He is not... Thanks, Q
Complete thread -- I was thinking that too. Let me relisten.
Complete thread -- actually I think I hear "he does not relieve" (not doesn't)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "doesn't relieve"
Complete thread -- He ______ very well because he experiences pain in his pelvic region.
Complete thread -- thanks would have worked too without all those words
Complete thread -- I used Viabahn stent graft, **__715, 615__** 6 x 10 in order to reconstitute
Complete thread -- you go ahead and do that
Complete thread -- me too,t hanks
Complete thread -- those sound more like blood gas values (7.4 being pH, and the others PO2 and PCO2).
Complete thread -- or maybe "creatinine clearance" but I'm not sure that value fits (in U.S.)
Complete thread -- increased and was found ... Also, shouldn't it be BMP?
Complete thread -- On her last VMP her creatinine s/l incridence ? was found to be 14 ...
Complete thread -- patient was placed on BiPAP, which was *7.4, 41 and 135*.
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down. Scaption means Scapular Plane Elevation sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- which was equivocal. "He underwent" CT... (think he only wants MRI corrected).
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 80-year-old gentleman who was active and inj ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- abduction to the same. Limited scaption. No internal rotation
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: Decreased range of motion with forward flexion to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- insertional Achilles tendinitis
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: <____> Achilles tendinitis, right f ...
Complete thread -- It doesn't fit dose, and there is no indication for it, so I don't think so
Complete thread -- m hearing robaxin
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- Attention was then directed to the right volar wrist. Using a scalpel ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- stenosis both times.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: The patient had <____> at the level of the right ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- developed a gradual onset of right hand...
Complete thread -- a gradual onset of
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This patient is a right-handed female who developed a <____> r ...
Complete thread -- May be Dunlap. I found a Neka Dunlap
Complete thread -- heah. m hearing the same but not getting full name in net.
Complete thread -- Dr. Dunlop
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIOLOGIST: <____> ANESTHESIA: General. ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- My goodness, it's 2:30 a.m....I'm off to dreamland! Good morning!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Mepore (see link)
Complete thread -- The subcutaneous tissue was then closed using 3-0 Vicryl in an interru ...
Complete thread -- my typo thru the tip eyelet
Complete thread -- No. These images show it goes thru the tip eye...not the holes running up the
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I checked the image and it would be eyelets
Complete thread -- eyelet
Complete thread -- eyelet (or eyelets) ... I can't hear clearly
Complete thread -- They were then tied in an interrupted fashion thereby approximating th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was searching with trimono
Complete thread -- Trimano (see link)
Complete thread -- Trimano
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying full non-weight-bearing??? (check my spelling tho)
Complete thread -- I get it. There was no WAV with this.
Complete thread -- The left shoulder and arm were then prepped and draped in normal steri ...
Complete thread -- Old WAV still there
Complete thread -- Patient is status post femur fracture (and also a both-bone forearm fracture).
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "The procedure will be"
Complete thread -- Yes that's it tealight. Thanks!
Complete thread -- CMP is often comprehensive metabolic panel...if that is the
Complete thread -- We discussed the procedure, risks, benefits, and alternatives with the ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- the wav is gone, but I think it was -blood sugar was 42 on CMP-
Complete thread -- oops. pls post your wav again. i posted mine without refreshing. sorry
Complete thread -- Her blood sugar was _____ CMP
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "statin medication"
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: 1. Carvedilol. 2. Amlodipine. 3. Naproxen. 4. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- she finally spelled this later. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Laila Hirjee, MD at __________ assisted living facility.
Complete thread -- He uses Alka-Seltzer or Zantac as needed.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying Alka Seltzer or Zantac as needed????
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- The end part is "__________ or Zantac as needed"
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort. m getting a sound of zantac but unable to make out the sentence
Complete thread -- Don't know, but it would not be 'alcohol'
Complete thread -- The patient has intermittent symptoms of reflux which generally last a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- passage (or passages)....it's not quite clear enough for me
Complete thread -- passage of blood
Complete thread -- The characteristics of her rectal bleeding are different as they are c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. There is Vivelle-Dot in quicklook.
Complete thread -- Last med s/l Vivelle dots
Complete thread -- Whoops, that should be Valtrex.
Complete thread -- you nailed it already. Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- 2. Maltrex
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: 1. Celebrex. 2. <____>. 3. <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he didn't say anything after that for PMH. :-)
Complete thread -- can you repost wav?
Complete thread -- She works in sales.
Complete thread -- sales
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: 1. Anxiety disorder. Could be there's ...
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: No known drug allergies. SOCIAL HISTORY: No histor ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I don't have a clue!
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: <____> PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- She denies any symptoms of nausea or vomiting.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- She has been having discomfort at the low abdomen bilaterally which ha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- without bowel movements.
Complete thread -- She was evaluated by colonoscopy in February 2014 and was noted to hav ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "disease, specificially ulcerative proctitis. The patient etc"
Complete thread -- RECOMMENDATIONS: The findings are consistent with inflammatory bowel ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "____ microscopic" (before he corrected himself he
Complete thread -- Now it's there.
Complete thread -- i heard myself the wav after posting it second time. strange
Complete thread -- R U sure. I dumped out several times and came back and only the old WAV is there.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Only old WAV there.
Complete thread -- Ileoscopy: The terminal ileum was unremarkable. Biopsies were obtain ...
Complete thread -- I should have said people with autoimmune problems taking
Complete thread -- I was able to find that people taking corticosteroids or alcoholics can develop
Complete thread -- By her saying "history" I took it to mean that the patient
Complete thread -- Okay. I guess she is saying he used nothing topical on the cellulitis. she confused sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear "nothing topical"
Complete thread -- This is a 41-year-old gentleman with no significant medical problem, was recently sm
Complete thread -- Good going.
Complete thread -- Sorry. He speaks pretty clearly in general, but I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I got this. He is saying blister consistent with cellulitis.
Complete thread -- Okay it's there.
Complete thread -- Okay will try to get the entire section there.
Complete thread -- I could use a bit more clip to get into the rhythm of his accent.
Complete thread -- There is +3 pitting edema on the left lower extremity with a blister. _____ sm
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- The bone blocks were noted to be 23 mm which will be in the femoral so ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ???? blade, sawed
Complete thread -- The paratenon was elevated to create the patellar tendon. It was note ...
Complete thread -- The antibiotics were tailored
Complete thread -- I cannot hear medial. May have to blank unless he says it later again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Weightbearing as tolerated. __________ antibiotics tailored to cultures.
Complete thread -- could it be medium?
Complete thread -- medial ?
Complete thread -- Wav posted.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- DRAINS: __________ Hemovac. Will post wav when previous wav confirmed answered.
Complete thread -- therefore the patient was (sorry, didn't realize you were missing so many words)
Complete thread -- and the physis could be crossed
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- and the radiologist, it was assumed the patient was done growing
Complete thread -- he threw the word x-ray in there, so that is how I would type it.
Complete thread -- make sure his growth plates are closed. After having a discussion wit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- imagings were taken of his hand (x-ray) and his knee
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He does say radiographic images
Complete thread -- Altho if he said "were", then maybe he said "Radiographic images"
Complete thread -- Radiographic imaging was (not were)
Complete thread -- a hyperfixation
Complete thread -- The patient is a 15-year-old male who had a left anterior cruciate lig ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he wants "stability; it was not moving."
Complete thread -- Using fluoroscopic imaging as confirmatory view, the toggle lock was t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Then using (uh) fluoroscopic imaging shuttle's point was discovered."
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Okay. It's there now.
Complete thread -- Old WAV still there.
Complete thread -- The graft was then carefully bottomed out on the patellar side and not ...
Complete thread -- ???I arranged ?that???
Complete thread -- ...as such, he is continuing with the current symptoms. ______ I wil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- lateral LE (lower extremity??) (would also be *was* if my question is correct)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient was seen in the preoperative holding area, consented, and ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would think distraction (see link)
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- :) if ever not playing, or playing old file, try the refresh button :)
Complete thread -- I've changed my mind to one semicolon
Complete thread -- I think U need a few semicolons...see message
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Since that time he has backed off on his throwing, and as
Complete thread -- Long sentence....does comma placement make sense?
Complete thread -- "he used tobacco" and "he used a backhoe" sound almost exactly the same.
Complete thread -- (gigglesnort)
Complete thread -- repeating, bad idea
Complete thread -- The difference---- Ilium (bone) versus ileum (intestine) sm
Complete thread -- wav long gone. Yes, SpeedBridge™ technique=no cap sm& link
Complete thread -- Anesthesia OET=oral endotracheal sm
Complete thread -- It is a backformation of the verb smoosh and would therefore be spelled smooshy. I would
Complete thread -- flagging, good idea
Complete thread -- making up word--pannus-ectomy? correct term-panniculectomy
Complete thread -- maybe changing mind from "treat" to "arrest."
Complete thread -- Amazing, isn't it? I've been an MT for 15 years, and I was sure I was wrong! :)
Complete thread -- Yeah, it threw me the first time I heard "felon" also. We learn something new every day.
Complete thread -- I didn't Google first, and I should have. Thought I was way off! Sorry.
Complete thread -- Possible osteomyelitis and infection in the right long finger.
Complete thread -- wrist cellulitis? MRSA cellulitis?
Complete thread -- Keflex was used to treat s/l arrest or s/l rest cellulitis but not
Complete thread -- oh sorry, i read it wrong - that she was given the aspirin BECAUSE she was lethargic
Complete thread -- makes sense - she was lethargic and might have trouble swallowing the aspirin...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- As patient was *lethargic*, she was put on aspirin 300 mg per rectal q. daily.
Complete thread -- duration?
Complete thread -- register items for memory *verishun*. This examination may
Complete thread -- s/l pan oh sectomy
Complete thread -- Rectal exam revealed ______ stool was brown
Complete thread -- well you didn't give us much time! I hear "S1, S2" (but something else too)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- still hearing old wav
Complete thread -- Exam of heart revealed irregular rhythm. _____ was 2 with a 2-3/6 systolic
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- No _______ at this time. Will follow up in your office ______.
Complete thread -- The area is soft and s/l smushy? smushy a word?
Complete thread -- Today it works in IE, even w/o refreshing. Interesting. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Anesthesia: General - OET (? cannot document OET ?) (nephrectomy)
Complete thread -- The posterior part of the tear was mobilized and the previous **SpeedB ...
Complete thread -- I hit enter too soo....Wanted to say, if you must expand, you
Complete thread -- How about "We had placed the patient on p.r.n. visits after his last etc" ? (I would
Complete thread -- We had "prn'd" the patient after his last postoperative appointment. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- (has..correction)...shall be sent out
Complete thread -- I believe she will benefit from a rhizotomy as she had in the past. A ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- consistent with lumbar
Complete thread -- She has pain on extension and twisting of the lumbar spine <____&# ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. to prevent displacement. 2. of the new pump
Complete thread -- Silk suture was placed around the connection <____> placement ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I hear "to allow it." I don't think "baby" should be capped.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- until (till?) it could be
Complete thread -- The pump was then grasped with Baby Lane forceps and pulled upward and ...
Complete thread -- also think that should be ilium
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pain.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Depletion of SynchroMed pump battery. ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- An irrigation handpiece was placed through the paracentesis port anter ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it
Complete thread -- The medial rectus muscle was isolated and found to be uninvolved. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The ___ pterygium?
Complete thread -- A crescent blade was used to determine the corneal plane and then the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient complains of constant irritation
Complete thread -- The patient is a 57-year-old lady with progressive lesions on her corn ...
Complete thread -- Finally able to document J-currette. ...
Complete thread -- Total ethmoidectomy performed with combination of*J-curet* and microdebrider
Complete thread -- when you clicked on "send/listen to WAV files" did you try pushing the "refresh" button
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I have always used hyphens in that kind of construction.
Complete thread -- mild-to-moderate or mild to moderate??
Complete thread -- doesn't work in IE for me.
Complete thread -- I was never able to hear any files unless in internet explorer myself, though I prefer to
Complete thread -- No, Chrome
Complete thread -- :( I wonder why it is working for me now. Are you using Internet Explorer browser?
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything, and I would like to know how to do it with Win 10
Complete thread -- We irrigated and then expanded the preperitoneal space for both the di ...
Complete thread -- Hey, it is working now!! :) Previously I could never get it to work with Win 10. :)
Complete thread -- than you so much!!!
Complete thread -- Ethicon Ultrapro Hernia System Oval (UHSOV)
Complete thread -- ever since having to upgrade to Windows 10, have been unable to figure out how to do a wav
Complete thread -- he just gives each letter individually
Complete thread -- does he spell it out or does it s/l ushov? can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- Doc says more than once U-S-H-O-V mesh (hernia repair) and I cannot find it on search
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- just click yes to continue and it will list their products
Complete thread -- I don't have a lot of time, but perhaps something on this link will help
Complete thread -- chamber pacemaker in the St. Jude Medical *Assure DDR*.
Complete thread -- atrial flutter & different conduction patterns:as 1:1, 2:1, 3:1, 4:1 & 5:1, also hear sm
Complete thread -- I sure would rewind, since it's ESL& better if post wav sm suggestions
Complete thread -- ((((hugs for lb))))
Complete thread -- I have had ESLs who don't even sound like they are
Complete thread -- no...It's almost s/l "Holter" device...
Complete thread -- I learned it from my Indian doctor.
Complete thread -- maybe "unable to cross it" It won't go past the stenosis basically
Complete thread -- No... he's saying "was" s/l *un-crew-see*
Complete thread -- could holla be closure? WAG
Complete thread -- 7-French would not cross it....?
Complete thread -- first one is cannulization (cannula placed in)
Complete thread -- I was wondering that, but I have never heard it that way
Complete thread -- oops, I guess I was wrong about that one. Sorry. Localization fits.
Complete thread -- #1 is canalization. not sure about the others
Complete thread -- I now know first is "localization"
Complete thread -- Angiography strong ESL physician. A few helps, please
Complete thread -- 4:1 ("four is to one" - that's the way many of my ESLs say ratios)
Complete thread -- 4:1 conduction??
Complete thread -- ligamentum mucosum. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- s/l Fow-est 1 conduction
Complete thread -- Ha, guy was jammin.
Complete thread -- 2-1/2-vessel runoff is how I'd do it, but I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- How would you type "two and a half vessel runoff"?
Complete thread -- The ACL was then visualized... The ligament s/l of chosum was visualized.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- So sorry, lb. I will keep you both in my prayers. :(
Complete thread -- BTW, this is me (lb) - in Texas saying "see you later" to my sister who has terminal
Complete thread -- ya might wanna check that sound file --- it is music?
Complete thread -- gadolinium (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Patient with end-stage disc degeneration and back pain.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- budesonide/formoterol?
Complete thread -- s/; *tenizide multirole* inhaler
Complete thread -- This is a 32-year-old well-built, healthy white male who works **as a ...
Complete thread -- This is a 32-year-old well-built, healthy white male who works as a DF ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Time for me to say goodnight. Good luck.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mosaicplasty/DeNovo
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right ankle instability, osteochondral defect ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "_____ sensation __ recovery of nerve" ???
Complete thread -- She tolerated this well and we will monitor her postoperatively in the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- For the blank I think he's correcting himself to: "which is the thing she
Complete thread -- I can't get it....and part of the problem is I am unable to
Complete thread -- We therefore, did release it and once we did this, we had significant ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- compression, denervation, or other etc
Complete thread -- We did release the fascia around it going through the tunnel around th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- If damaged he will do one type of procedure; if compressed, but NOT damaged, he will
Complete thread -- No. I hear it as you show it originall "and NOT damaged etc"
Complete thread -- r u hearing "peroneal nerve compressed enough and damaged enough to recommend?"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- "if not, if it appeared to be etc" (I think he's saying in
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- She did have a severe equinus contracture. We explained to her and he ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Better links...I don't like to use Wikipedia
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying Broström (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient is a 23-year-old female who underwent an unstable ankle pr ...
Complete thread -- he lost his consciousness
Complete thread -- Bingo. Used as an adverb rather than a verb makes good sense and
Complete thread -- He __________ most of the time and passed out for unknown duration. He stated sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- okay I too thought I heard symptoms but could not make out much else. thanks.
Complete thread -- Okay so on the second one is just stumbling around? I kind of thought maybe so.
Complete thread -- **safety pinned**
Complete thread -- safety pinned
Complete thread -- fanny pack
Complete thread -- I was hearing *heee*, figured that was like *uhhh*
Complete thread -- Once the Dermabond glue dried, her abdominal wall incision line was co ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oops...meant to post this as a separate line #2
Complete thread -- I hear something there....I thought it might be "feeling"....but just
Complete thread -- I can't get the first one, but there is nothing there for your second blank.
Complete thread -- All I think I can get is #1 "symptoms ______"
Complete thread -- Okay it is there now.
Complete thread -- Okay will try again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- pls post your wav.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- old WAV still there.
Complete thread -- Let me know when I can post a wav please.
Complete thread -- not sure about "slightly TREATED medially"...can't get any more of the blanks
Complete thread -- #2 I think he changed to "which was held with ___"
Complete thread -- He does report __________, shortness of breath followed by chest pain followed by sm
Complete thread -- #1 cigar (see link, hit #4)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- maybe or perhaps in the future?
Complete thread -- Unfortunately he got lost in his sentence and has left out
Complete thread -- I appreciate your help. Surprised anyone was up and around! Good night! nm
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Complete thread -- sorry, I was trying. Couldn't find anything WND
Complete thread -- FiberLink
Complete thread -- Using 1 FastFix, after the meniscal tear was rasped, was done using a ...
Complete thread -- I suspect it may be referring to Western Maryland Hospital which /sm
Complete thread -- I can't make sense of the sentence whether "was rasped" is used or
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Complete thread -- Hospital in Frederick, Maryland area. S/L is probably WMD/nm
Complete thread -- menscal tear was rasped
Complete thread -- what city/state?
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Complete thread -- Therefore, a standard anteromedial and anterolateral portals were made ...
Complete thread -- Pt post bowel resection, open abdomen, transferring to s/l WND LTAC facility/sm
Complete thread -- You have a grammar error of 2 verbs in the first sentence...I would
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Complete thread -- I think he changes to "to do his rehab at a slow pace and etc"
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Complete thread -- How interesting. New term for me. I note that it is walk-on (with a hyphen) ...would
Complete thread -- I hear doesn't also. Just my 2 cents.
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Complete thread -- oh wait, He does want to walk on to the football team. That makes
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Complete thread -- I don't think so. It doesn't make any sense.
Complete thread -- can it be "he does want to lock under the football team"?
Complete thread -- While I don't know the blank, R U sure he says does want to...it
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Complete thread -- I hear "a scholarship" (not 'the')
Complete thread -- I can't get the blank...Note there is a typo..I did mention to him (not mentioned)
Complete thread -- scholarship to USC (not USA)
Complete thread -- The patient was seen in my office. He was noted to be right-hand domi ...
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Complete thread -- On #2 I just mean I don't think there's a blank
Complete thread -- #1 between the #2 Think he just says Negative Lachman. #3 I think
Complete thread -- yeah. i can hear rasp now. Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Check out the 6th hit
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Complete thread -- The ACL graft was visualized. It was noted to be in adequate position ...
Complete thread -- Oops, here are the google hits
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Complete thread -- These google hits indicate they clean the tunnel with a rasp. And in
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Complete thread -- Could he be changing his mind yet again to end up with "A rasp was used to etc" ??? What
Complete thread -- A 9-mm tunnel was then drilled after a separate 2-cm incision was made ...
Complete thread -- I think you may well be right. I can't quite hear the inflammation, but then
Complete thread -- I think maybe however, inflammation and steatosis were present.
Complete thread -- Q. Can you hear fibrosis, however _____ and steatosis were present.
Complete thread -- He did say fibrosis Q because he said that later in report. Just wish he would repeat sm
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. He runs everything together. :(
Complete thread -- I think I hear "fibrosis or ______________"
Complete thread -- Will post wav after previous one is confirmed answered.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- The patient has had hospitalization in the past for altered mental status in the sm
Complete thread -- No "just"....now hearing uh
Complete thread -- #2 just from the
Complete thread -- After the time out was done a 7 cm incision was ......I think he was changing the in sm
Complete thread -- #2 from the distal pole....
Complete thread -- The patient’s right lower extremity was then sterilely prepped and dra ...
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Complete thread -- Go with poi's
Complete thread -- she had begun menses
Complete thread -- I think he corrects to "she had menses"
Complete thread -- A bone age x-ray was taken of her right hand which showed that her gro ...
Complete thread -- I agree with plates
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Complete thread -- Altho I would expect it to be 'plates' as multiple ones can be seen on the x-ray
Complete thread -- not sure if he said 'plate' or 'plates' ...you'll have to determine
Complete thread -- growth plate had closed.
Complete thread -- #1 A bone age x-ray
Complete thread -- She was seen in the office approximately 4 weeks later where she had n ...
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Complete thread -- I think there s/b a comma after medially
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Complete thread -- Stumbles and ends up with "She had an area" (I think)
Complete thread -- She had some obvious wear, mainly medially and some fraying of the ant ...
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Complete thread -- He stumbles and ends up with "She had the leg placed in an arthroscopic" (I think)
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Complete thread -- #1 "____ related to" (first word might be 'specficially' or 'especially' or '?')
Complete thread -- I think he says for #2 but felt that it was a necessary step. Therefore,
Complete thread -- I explained to her the risks, benefits, rehabilitation, and restrictio ...
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Complete thread -- Thank you! So since it is in the template as DiagnosEs I will not change it!
Complete thread -- Per Merriam Webster's none can be singular or plural...use whichever the doctor dictates.
Complete thread -- Medical Diagnosis: None versus Medical Diagnoses: None
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- Yes - makes sense. It's also called scleral depression - you can google that for more info
Complete thread -- Serratia marcescens - that box above that says "bacteria" is a great resource.
Complete thread -- The pt has had UTI with "sur-ray-chia mar-sis-ins" and was treated with antibiotics.
Complete thread -- No evidence of traction, holes, or tear that I could find with "scleral pressure"
Complete thread -- ah! Maybe so... thanks!
Complete thread -- saucerized?
Complete thread -- cup-to-disc ratio "social-rized" ? SM
Complete thread -- or "appropriate" ???
Complete thread -- Could he just be saying "adequate"???
Complete thread -- I though maybe that's how he says "adequate" but I see you have "adequate" elsewhere...
Complete thread -- It's for a cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- with s/l"auto-chin* padding of pressure point and SCDs were applied to both legs and
Complete thread -- yes, he did came back the last time on "clipped to the drape"
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure he sends in his work and won't be checking on this one.
Complete thread -- Yankauer... Slaughtered it though. Thanks.
Complete thread -- he'll be back later - might check then
Complete thread -- I wouldn't try too hard on this one - guy left a long time ago.
Complete thread -- #3 cumulative properties of the
Complete thread -- He is using a s/l bean kowver to suck up his saliva
Complete thread -- Frontal sinus ___?__ was placed.and. He is too close to MIC and muffles sound
Complete thread -- I think it is a frontal sinus seeker. Thaks
Complete thread -- I still don't have it, but I think he is talking about a frontal sinus instrument that was
Complete thread -- #acts as a "potent",and Nothing heard #2) "Ideally (correction) she may need" sm
Complete thread -- Ethmoidectomy and frontal sinusotomy.
Complete thread -- Goodnight...or good day :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m done here. Have a nice night. :-)
Complete thread -- I can't get the other two
Complete thread -- #1 acts as a potent and
Complete thread -- Thus, at this time, I do recommend injection of a steroid into that ar ...
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Complete thread -- ???moods???
Complete thread -- Her pain is intermittent however to everyday. Several aspects of the ...
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Complete thread -- I think it would be evacuation
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Complete thread -- detail due to motion. Neural
Complete thread -- There is no significant compromise of the AP sagittal diameter of the ...
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Complete thread -- ???definite focal???
Complete thread -- There is encroachment of the epidural fat. There is no <____> ...
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Complete thread -- Not sure, but the first part might be "in relationship"
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Complete thread -- Think he changes his mind to "_____?_____ to the left paracentral posterior aspect etc"
Complete thread -- There is a 30% decrease in the height of disc height at L5-S1. There ...
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Complete thread -- pars
Complete thread -- I think he's trying to say #1 to a lesser extent the exiting left nerve root. The"
Complete thread -- There is acquired canal stenosis. The AP diameter of the canal measur ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind...I see it is point 85...
Complete thread -- does says centimeters for AP diameter, but that would be way to big...see link...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- canal measures 0.85 cm. There is compromise of the
Complete thread -- protrusion/extrusion.....#2 acquired
Complete thread -- not sure
Complete thread -- At L4-L5 there is a 30% decrease in disc height. There is a dehydrati ...
Complete thread -- I hear *or a*...is he talking about 2 different things?
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "for a" (but if that is what he's saying, I would
Complete thread -- I do recommend at this time that she undergo a bilateral L1-L2 <__ ...
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Complete thread -- #1 might be "There is mild compromise of the AP sagittal diameter of the (altho I hear
Complete thread -- Neural foramina are patent. The lateral recesses are clear. There ar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- Would suggest either using all present or all past tenses within the report.
Complete thread -- The other verbs are present tense as well.
Complete thread -- Actually I hear "is a bright"
Complete thread -- #1 a bright
Complete thread -- bright...indenting the anterior
Complete thread -- She also had had an MRI of the lumbar spine which reveals the followin ...
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Complete thread -- ???given???
Complete thread -- There are normal articular facets. Of note, there is marked straighte ...
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Complete thread -- Hit enter before I finished...but I see poi got it.
Complete thread -- back. She was (I would start a new sentence)
Complete thread -- two babies where she was ...object at her back, she was propelled to the ground.
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "two babies when" #2 "at her back"
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 37-year-old female who was walking along wit ...
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Complete thread -- yup..I hear *and then to* (changing my previous suggestion)
Complete thread -- I actually hear the *to*, might even be *and then to his upper arm region*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I don't hear the "to" but it makes sense
Complete thread -- I think I hear # "back in January" #2 "his upper"
Complete thread -- neck, and to his upper arm region.
Complete thread -- back in January ...upper arm
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 59-year-old male who was rear-ended <___ ...
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Complete thread -- Most docs pronounce it la-seg...he's saying la-seeg
Complete thread -- Lasegue
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Complete thread -- He has 4/5 wrist extension and wrist flexion on the left. He has posi ...
Complete thread -- working on the bus as a driver worsens his pain.
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Complete thread -- he stumbles and I think he wants "and working as a bus driver worsens his pain."
Complete thread -- He describes the pain in his neck as aching, numbness, spasming, stabb ...
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Complete thread -- incisors
Complete thread -- These areas were then resected using MyoSure <____>. At the e ...
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Complete thread -- I hear just *few*
Complete thread -- that is what I was hearing too. Since listing allergies, figured best to flag.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "a few"
Complete thread -- A 7 mm MyoSure hysteroscope was placed and advanced into the uterine c ...
Complete thread -- Almost hear "myopathy" in the mix after statin but unsure.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- MyoSure (see link)
Complete thread -- MyoSure
Complete thread -- A sterile speculum was placed in the vagina. The anterior lip of the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. Will flag.
Complete thread -- I think in the first part of it I hear "statin(s) _____" but not sure
Complete thread -- Include theophylline, codeine, morphine, _______, Ultram.
Complete thread -- Blanking it
Complete thread -- s/l "cosport isolation" sm
Complete thread -- LOL. I nearly fell out laughing!!!!
Complete thread -- I had never heard of BOS until I found this board. I only
Complete thread -- Same at the hospital where I worked. Too many picky docs who wanted it their way, not
Complete thread -- Ha, I still have one of the originals, signed with best wishes to me by
Complete thread -- could it be ..that his inflammation from this is elevated.....?
Complete thread -- Exactly. Looking for a point in her posts is like looking for a point on a cue ball.
Complete thread -- We have own style guide where I work, so we don't go by BOS, per se.
Complete thread -- burden??
Complete thread -- i thought that too, but second guessed myself as "phone" is very
Complete thread -- slurring the word "panel" maybe?
Complete thread -- s/l phone
Complete thread -- I suspect it is you-know-who making another one of her stupid statements
Complete thread -- Speaking of BOS3, does everyone here use it? I ask because
Complete thread -- so what was your point? Do what you want and hope BOS changes with you?
Complete thread -- Where do you find these yearly changes? You're aware of updates to BOS3?
Complete thread -- But yearly changes of BOS3, constantly changing medical references
Complete thread -- that's why I posted under 'That's how I was taught' BOS is ok if you like substandard,
Complete thread -- oh, I though we were discussing the usage, not helping the OP as that
Complete thread -- the first one I checked did say it was used as substitute for "or." you can find what
Complete thread -- I guess I was just resonding to the comment that it substiutes *or* and that is why
Complete thread -- actually online grammar sites frown on using it for either "and" or "or" alone. Some think
Complete thread -- but you could also substitute *and* for the virgule, which would then be plural
Complete thread -- I think it's because you're supposed to be able to substitute or for the virgule so
Complete thread -- That's how I was taught; however, on quick search, I can't find anything to back that up.
Complete thread -- I don't understand. Using the virgule doesn't make the subject singular.
Complete thread -- I would use a virgule too but only if a singular verb was dictated.
Complete thread -- I use a virgule bending/lifting, etc.
Complete thread -- Thank you! That's main way of thinking also!
Complete thread -- I don't know of any specific rule, and if dictated w/o the 'and' then I use a comma (that
Complete thread -- Is there a rule that says you can't use a comma & need to use "and" instead?
Complete thread -- _____ in the right posterior quadrant was moderate size. The left side was completely
Complete thread -- sclerosing (or sclerosis)
Complete thread -- on second thought, I don't know that it fits with "on the distal radius"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- stenosing (goes very well with tenosynovitis)
Complete thread -- x-rays de Quervain tenosynovitis s/l spurosing
Complete thread -- don't know but at the end she says "the left side was completely
Complete thread -- The patient is a 53-year-old male with large prolapsing internal hemor ...
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia with lidocaine 1%, 4 mL was applied after identifying ...
Complete thread -- applied, but because the patient needed to run an errand, she decided
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- needed to run an errand she decided
Complete thread -- A compression garment was applied but because the patient needed to &# ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing caster
Complete thread -- I think I hear him say "cannister", but from what I can find, the
Complete thread -- The submental neck and the surrounding area was prepped with Betadine ...
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Complete thread -- **..** seems okay (though clip stops after 'approach')
Complete thread -- what I heard. The wav does not play the entire area you have in **
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody. rest of the sentence ok?
Complete thread -- #1 to cure
Complete thread -- region was injected
Complete thread -- cure...periarticular region
Complete thread -- The tibial and femoral components were then cemented in place. The ce ...
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Complete thread -- ______bearing ____plate keel position??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- I think I hear 2 mm (not 10)...but I'm not sure
Complete thread -- extension. We were lacking
Complete thread -- A #0 spigot was reamed and then trial reduction was performed <___ ...
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Complete thread -- and at the?
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
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Complete thread -- I can't get the blank
Complete thread -- correction: I hear...to a size B base..
Complete thread -- Agree with poi's "valgus" (not right)
Complete thread -- The tibia was sized to a size B and the alignment jig on the femur was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- valgus deformity, bone-on-bone arthritis in the
Complete thread -- ??right ______ bone-on-bone ____ of the lateral compartment after etc"??
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This patient presented with <____> ...
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Complete thread -- that had
Complete thread -- yeah. i changed. thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I had a microfracture awl placed in the center aspect of the previousl ...
Complete thread -- Do note all the other changes in my message.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Yes, it is cartilage.
Complete thread -- Oooh...maybe he says "cartilage"....let me relisten.
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. is the rest of the sentence correct?
Complete thread -- divot
Complete thread -- We evaluated the knee. The patellofemoral joint looked good. The med ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 "cleared ?most of the"
Complete thread -- For #1 he changes his mind to end up with "epinephrine-soaked
Complete thread -- Gracilis tendon and semitendinosus tendon were identified and then str ...
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Complete thread -- #1 stripped of #2 ?putting (or ?placing)
Complete thread -- s/b "the left leg" (not "a")
Complete thread -- Gracilis tendon and semitendinosus tendon were identified and then  ...
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Complete thread -- by making a
Complete thread -- Tourniquet was applied. The limb was exsanguinated. Tourniquet was e ...
Complete thread -- Yes-- Thank you billybob!
Complete thread -- hypercapnic?
Complete thread -- *hyperpathic* respiratory failure post procedure thought to be related to obesity
Complete thread -- with the origin and meaning of the 2 words being so close I wouldn't change it either
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- I think it was wedge-shaped. nm
Complete thread -- Op note, left arm basilic vein fistula, (?-shaped opening)/sm
Complete thread -- s/l puller-taft wheeze=Pulvertaft weave sm ****
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Lariat, thanks for sharing. For others who may be curious about uses & purpose sm
Complete thread -- I was going to suggest maybe ligaments, so I think you're right.
Complete thread -- Patient is status post nondisplaced lateral malleolus fracture.
Complete thread -- what is speciality,what was implanted. Need more text
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Continued Access Protocol?
Complete thread -- The LARIAT procedure could be indicated
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Complete thread -- syphilis screen was nonreactive
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Complete thread -- The implants *or cap* could also be considered
Complete thread -- at least 45 to 90 days. *valaria* procedure could be indicated
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and also thanks :)
Complete thread -- I don't hear that. If you could listen, I'd appreciate it. Thaks
Complete thread -- thanks, put it back up
Complete thread -- they usually say RPR nonreactive though.
Complete thread -- I hear your mp3 here.
Complete thread -- color improved
Complete thread -- The baby was intubated _____ and was transported to the NICU.
Complete thread -- Blood type: O positive. _____ nonreactive. Hepatitis B was negative
Complete thread -- now I can hear flaccid instead of floppy
Complete thread -- I hear flaccid
Complete thread -- floppy?
Complete thread -- He was born very hypotonic ____ apneic and bradycardic.
Complete thread -- the residual
Complete thread -- meaning C5-6, 6-7
Complete thread -- a comma maybe
Complete thread -- How would you type C 5 6 6 7 level (said like that)
Complete thread -- Ryan sounds clear. Will flag.
Complete thread -- erythematous and larger than _______ small and medium in
Complete thread -- Extensor indicis proprius to extensor pollicis longus tendon transfer.
Complete thread -- Then, the ethmoid bulla was removed using upbiting forceps and microde ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Goodnight people.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
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Complete thread -- I would like to have her obtain an MRI as soon as possible so that her ...
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Complete thread -- pain, it has not worsened her pain (he actually says it's)
Complete thread -- The patient is here for pain management consultation regarding her bac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. I was wondering if that was what she was saying.
Complete thread -- pleural or parenchymal diseases
Complete thread -- schizophrenia. I thought I spelled that wrong. LOL
Complete thread -- CT of the chest with no definite acute __________ disease is evident.
Complete thread -- schizoprenia and depression.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Can't get this one.
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Father has <____> depression. Mother has d ...
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Complete thread -- simvastatin
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Tramadol 100 mg twice a day, Flexeril 10 mg <____& ...
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying #1 unchanged.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. the wav starts from "toe to heel testing ____
Complete thread -- BTW...still need the WAV for the 1st blank
Complete thread -- Not sure, but is he saying "fibroid"????
Complete thread -- She has positive pain on lumbar extension of the lumbar spine and twis ...
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Complete thread -- There is a mild hypertrophic degenerative change at the facet joints a ...
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Complete thread -- spine. The vertebral body heights are (finally I got one!)
Complete thread -- She has obtained an x-ray of the knee and lumbar spine and hip. The x ...
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Complete thread -- I can only get part "___________. Her pain goes to the cap"
Complete thread -- s/b burning down etc (no comma)
Complete thread -- correction..pins and needles
Complete thread -- aneuploidy (see link)
Complete thread -- She has had an exact event on February 2016 when she experienced sharp ...
Complete thread -- TSH of 1.42, and negative AFP and s/l new-ploy-ee screen. TIA!
Complete thread -- That's what I thought but she said next point and that threw me off. LOL Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking she MEANS 2. Removal of giant cell tumors, bilateral on the etc....and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Please sm for list. I am trying to see if I am missing something on #3, makes no
Complete thread -- 2. I would like her reevaluated??
Complete thread -- most likely had ... (I) would like to be evaluated,
Complete thread -- 1. most likely had
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Again I can't get them.
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 27-year-old female who was rear-ended and &# ...
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Complete thread -- which has/have not (he says hasn't or haven't) improved her pain
Complete thread -- Her pain has not improved. She has been attending chiropractic treatm ...
Complete thread -- C3730 C3 09/2017 (I looked at a vial online...they only show month and year...and the
Complete thread -- The following muscle groups are injected with Allergan Botox 100 units. sm
Complete thread -- Nevermind she is saying Requip.
Complete thread -- She continues to have some periods where she may have intermittent episodes of sm
Complete thread -- Okay that makes sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "given"
Complete thread -- Overall, she has not been a bit confused, _____ anxiety and difficulty with sleeping.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Then, a 22-gauge Quincke needle was advanced in a coaxial position to ...
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Complete thread -- and the L3 enumerated from the ??
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't get this one either.
Complete thread -- At that time, an oblique angulation was necessary to identify the L3 v ...
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Complete thread -- Always a possibility, but I didn't hear a stumble..the problem is the sound is
Complete thread -- can he be correcting to type 2?
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is "and type 2"....but would a person have both? Is
Complete thread -- A very good suggestion...and I'm sorry to say when I checked for
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Complex regional pain syndrome, type 1 & ...
Complete thread -- I don't have the wav but it could be AS (aortic stenosis)
Complete thread -- Thanks again Q.
Complete thread -- AF (atrial fibrillation)
Complete thread -- Echocardiogram showed normal LV function and no critical _____.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- assistant
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Ok Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- variations
Complete thread -- It was noted to be hemostatic. The tube was removed through the _______ 8 mm port sm
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Maybe did say 90 not NOT.
Complete thread -- sm for my corrected comma placement. Poorly worded but could work.
Complete thread -- NOT A-V Loc, suture of V-Loc. Did she make correction from that?
Complete thread -- Maybe it makes more sense if reapproximated, ..... starting set off by commas.
Complete thread -- Just call me Q ;)
Complete thread -- I hear 90, which I can confirm with V-Loc, but doesn't make sense with apex
Complete thread -- Brain MRA showed some s/l air-ee-ay-shuns of stenosis. TIA!
Complete thread -- The vaginal cuff was then reapproximated using 2 separate sutures starting from sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. she is a resident and i think she just said it wrong.
Complete thread -- Still got it wrong. LOL
Complete thread -- Questr
Complete thread -- Thanks Questry.
Complete thread -- affecting
Complete thread -- I did find that wounds can be closed in layers with Vicryl and Prolene....but didn't
Complete thread -- This area was cauterized multiple times close to the uterus with some concern of sm
Complete thread -- Who is arguing? Sheesh.
Complete thread -- The anterior lip of the cervix was grasped with tenaculum and 0 Vicryl Prolene was sm
Complete thread -- I guess you would have to ask her. That is what the first helper heard, I heard it,
Complete thread -- Why would she say "normal sinus rhythm" and then say "without sinus arrhythmia"?
Complete thread -- Oops, I meant, LOL! I still do not hear it.
Complete thread -- LOL! Sto;; dpm
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "without signs of arrythmia" ???
Complete thread -- I do
Complete thread -- Yes that is it. taking her accent into account on the rest of the report it is sm
Complete thread -- I do not hear that at all
Complete thread -- without sinus arrythmia
Complete thread -- EKG shows normal sinus rhythm with __________ .
Complete thread -- polyethylene glycol as needed?
Complete thread -- crazy - good job :)
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. He's a terrible mumble mouth.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I had no luck.
Complete thread -- type in ....(5-7)....in the Find Box
Complete thread -- oops..here's the link
Complete thread -- Also, if it does, I would do it (5-7) (with the parentheses)
Complete thread -- This article may support your context as 5-7. (The IDUA symptoms can include corneal
Complete thread -- s/l closoline glycol as needed. Patient with heart failure, dementia, etc.
Complete thread -- She has a corneal defect as expected with the "five seven" deficiency.
Complete thread -- Type in ...pneumopelvis....in the Find Box (note the link loads a bit slow)
Complete thread -- Here is an article mentioning it (see link)
Complete thread -- I'd use it if he says it clearly (I'm assuming he means air insufflated in the pelvis)
Complete thread -- Yes, and it was ProTacking device...Thank you.
Complete thread -- Also, I think he is saying "fasciocutaneous" (see link)
Complete thread -- or V-Y or V-to-Y?
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure are we talking about? Could it be Roux-en-Y?
Complete thread -- maybe his word for pneumoperitoneum? Not a word that I can find.
Complete thread -- helical?
Complete thread -- we used a s/l*helico* protracting device and affixed the mesh to Cooper's ligament
Complete thread -- Is pneumopelvis a word? He dictated it twice.
Complete thread -- Bilateral *Ryan* internal facial cutaneous advancement flaps
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- There is a Pemco retractor listed in Tessier's Surgical Word Book
Complete thread -- s/l permco retractor
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Stulberg
Complete thread -- s/l Stil-Burg 2 hip
Complete thread -- Nice catch 'nm'.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- It's a preservative. If it's clear, it makes sense.
Complete thread -- Past medical history is notable for allergy to sulfite (not sulfa which i would norma
Complete thread -- i heard the saphire pretty clear but had it spelled wrong til google showed me.
Complete thread -- Yes, I was googling "fire cautery" as well.
Complete thread -- Good job. I was perplexed and was googling things like "*fire cautery." ha
Complete thread -- just in case, en block= en bloc =all together or all at the same time.
Complete thread -- Saphyre cautery
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Thank you greatly!
Complete thread -- Midas Rex
Complete thread -- Sauve Kapandji Procedure.
Complete thread -- s/l...my-das rex...sm
Complete thread -- s/l...swa-the ko-pan-gee type structure
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic subacromial decompressi ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- I'm signing off now. Goodnight.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- coverage, in essence, a dual
Complete thread -- The same procedure was performed on the left side as well and this imp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- my typo...s/b downsides (one word)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "would be the down sides."
Complete thread -- She fully agreed and understood and desired to move forward. We also ...
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Complete thread -- #1 We had talked this ?up #2 if not be
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained, the patient was marked preoperati ...
Complete thread -- I think I got this. I think he is butchering brudzinski's sign.
Complete thread -- Kernig's and _____ signs are negative.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "side. Upon making the incision and ___ dissection"
Complete thread -- Found it!!
Complete thread -- Any good websites to find a physician name. It's in or near Carrollton, Texas sm
Complete thread -- She pondered about this and finally came to the conclusion that it wou ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to stay away
Complete thread -- We had also discussed with her the use of an inframammary incision  ...
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Complete thread -- Dr Neil Klein
Complete thread -- The patient had undergone breast augmentation through a periareolar in ...
Complete thread -- okay that's what I heard too but I could not confirm it.
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is "potential circumflexion" (only I don't
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think it is there now. I just listened to it. Not sure what happened the first time.
Complete thread -- Please re-post. No WAV there.
Complete thread -- We went in the lateral compartment. It had an obvious flap (I can't
Complete thread -- Posted wav on this.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- #2 Unfortunately we had to
Complete thread -- we also tried to save the posterior ...... it was SO friable unfortunately we had to sm
Complete thread -- **..** okay
Complete thread -- #2 tried to save the
Complete thread -- The CT of the abdomen and pelvis showed diffuse heterogeneity and lobulation of sm
Complete thread -- I then used electrocautery to minimize bleeding as well. ACL looked s ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I'm just not sure on this one what he's trying to end up with. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Googlings shows it would be "and" ...but you need the noun
Complete thread -- Okay thanks.
Complete thread -- BTW I think she was spelling "heterogeneity" (see link)
Complete thread -- Upon entrance into the knee, moderate synovitis, obvious chondrocalcin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Questyr. Does the part where it says showed abnormal liver sm
Complete thread -- I think she's trying to pronounce "lobulation" (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- During his hospitalization, the patient was found to be thrombocytopenic and did sm
Complete thread -- I think this is how it s/b done (see message)
Complete thread -- Think you need some semicolons...give me a minute
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also comma before nearly
Complete thread -- of all compartments,
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right knee lateral meniscus tear, osteoarthri ...
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "and oblique" ???
Complete thread -- AP and lateral s/l beak rays were done of the right ring finger. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no...I think he says "wanted these areas apposed"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "wanted these areas ?closed"
Complete thread -- Therefore, we placed a modified figure-of-eight whipstitch here using ...
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "so as not to destabilize ?him (or ?her)"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. posted wav. there was a huge gap between so
Complete thread -- WAV not long enough for #2 blank
Complete thread -- #1 capsular
Complete thread -- Once it was stuck in the notch, we used electrocautery to debride thro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "as well as the" ???
Complete thread -- The scope was placed in posterior portal and anterior poral was create ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- R U sure he doesn't say "and was found"
Complete thread -- at the terminal end of forward flexion/external rotation
Complete thread -- again oops...see link
Complete thread -- No problem. she got it for me.
Complete thread -- thanks. I thought I heard limb but could not find it.
Complete thread -- correction: placed in each lumen of the bowel
Complete thread -- oops..see link
Complete thread -- limb
Complete thread -- oops. posted over smiley's wav. pls post again.
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- An enterotomy and colotomy were made and one _____ of the stapler was placed and sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- other than "of the musculotendinous"...the rest is what I hear too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. rest of the procedure performed ok? i m not too confident about it
Complete thread -- I think I hear "repair/side-to-side repair"
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left shoulder mild adhesive capsulitis, bicep ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- intrathecal
Complete thread -- Just posted a wav.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- Under general endotracheal anesthesia, the patient was placed in low lithotomy sm
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Not sure because the clip ends..but think he says "in the posterior aspect of it. The
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in the
Complete thread -- We then placed another anchor and a figure-of-eight whipstitch after p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The rest is okay.
Complete thread -- s/b helped (not help)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. second wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- oops...comma is okay
Complete thread -- and no comma after Therefore
Complete thread -- he says "of, again, patulous" ...I would start a new sentence at Therefore BJMO
Complete thread -- Thanks. first wav posted.
Complete thread -- If you want us to listen, post 2 separate WAVs otherwise it will be too long
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Second problem is where it says "and help bring"
Complete thread -- One problem is where it says "here extending"
Complete thread -- It sounds like you have some sentence problems both before and after your blanks.
Complete thread -- I think he says "stable well"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "It skived a"
Complete thread -- He had a little bit of flattening of the posterior inferior aspect of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- #2 and problems. Also I would start a new sentence with Continued
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 wrestling
Complete thread -- The patient is a 17-year-old male with a history of pain and instabili ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- penultimate (see link)
Complete thread -- penultimate
Complete thread -- One locking screw has also been placed at the <____> distal ho ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "and then comes out the tibia at the"
Complete thread -- AP and lateral views revealed temporary fixation and final fixation of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- note s/b and (not in)
Complete thread -- fracture and
Complete thread -- Alignment of the fracture and mortise
Complete thread -- Alignment of the
Complete thread -- A locking screw was used at the hole just distal to the fracture.  ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- kept within the
Complete thread -- I hear "kept"
Complete thread -- The enlarged saphenous vein and the saphenous nerve were identified wi ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "HIPJ" (see link)
Complete thread -- On this date, this patient was deemed an appropriate candidate for sur ...
Complete thread -- type 0.14 in the Find Box
Complete thread -- I find there is a mattress suture of 0.14 (pronounced fourteen hundredths) (see link)
Complete thread -- Yes...I knew I knew it, but just could not think it out! Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- He's stumping me tonight...and I used a s/l*40s hundred mattress* to gain hemostasis
Complete thread -- ??immense??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- verruca (for all 3)
Complete thread -- The patient presented to my office acutely with s/l*remence* edema of the left upper
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: <____> plantar aspect, left foot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Expansive
Complete thread -- If you're talking about his Union Jack obsession, I'd call that more nationalistic than I
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Status post weight loss of 148 pounds with ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- As preop (in verb form) has not yet made it into the major
Complete thread -- try to get that done prior to the patient being registered and "preop’ed"
Complete thread -- Stedman's Equipment Words has "Scalpel" capped.
Complete thread -- That was not my question, but thank you for your input.
Complete thread -- Please clarify...if doctor said Harmonic scalpel, cap just Harmonic or cap both Harmonic
Complete thread -- Ethicon is part of Johnson & Johnson per their website
Complete thread -- OK, thanks. Good to know.
Complete thread -- if doctor said Harmonic scalpel, cap, but ifsaid, used a scalpel, no cap
Complete thread -- I note Ethicon also shows it as Harmonic scalpel (see link, 4th hit)
Complete thread -- Harmonic scalpel is a trademark of Johnson & Johnson. Filed in August 24 (1990),
Complete thread -- Harmonic scalpel
Complete thread -- Trademark site shows they have a "disclaimer" on the word 'scalpel' so
Complete thread -- Well, aren't you helpful? hahaha. How would YOU do it?
Complete thread -- However, I checked Vera Pyle's and she shows Harmonic Scalpel
Complete thread -- I checked Tessiers and only Harmonic is capped
Complete thread -- Question for Q (or anybody who knows) - do you cap "Scalpel" in Harmonic Scalpel?
Complete thread -- fwiw Merriam-Webster lists an adjective 'rubious' (see link) ...though
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Not a brand name at all! ...get a pair of *very good* running shoes. No wonder nothing was
Complete thread -- oops ...my typo...I would think (not I would this)
Complete thread -- Endoflex offers a "FastClamp clamping arm" ...I would this that is
Complete thread -- not sure, but Endoflex and Harmonic Scalpel are a brand-name instruments.
Complete thread -- #2 is pars flaccida of the lesser omentum (see link)
Complete thread -- Having trouble with your s/l...but s/b Harmonic (capped) and plane (not plain)
Complete thread -- held in place using a *fast arm*. the pars *fast* of the lesser omentum was then
Complete thread -- may be slurring, ferrin =ferritin, re lab for iron deficiency anemia
Complete thread -- I thought it sounded familiar too, but I'm not going to waste time searching.
Complete thread -- This is in the archives, asked before. I didn't research the archives since I'm working,
Complete thread -- you might need to give us a little more context than that, amy.
Complete thread -- YES..Thank you!
Complete thread -- Ferrin Regimen C? ...
Complete thread -- perimeter?
Complete thread -- a s/l *perment*of the abscess cavity infiltrated with 0.25% Marcaine solution wit
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- And with this post, I withdraw my second sentence below.
Complete thread -- I meant yes, I agree with IMO's answer below.
Complete thread -- yes, ruborous (though it is technically not a real word, it googles well)
Complete thread -- ruborous
Complete thread -- s/l rubus changes
Complete thread -- transplanted (would fit if the pt had a kidney transplant)
Complete thread -- The __________ kidney was soft, nontender
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- it's all good, vlad.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a 16-year-old male with longstandi ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- To sleep, perchance to dream....I am being summoned. Goodnight.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a mail
Complete thread -- I have discussed this with her and she understands that 2 treatments w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the catch Questyr. and thanks for the answer.
Complete thread -- was now (not 'not') brought....such that the
Complete thread -- The mesh was not brought into the mid urethra __________ medium Kelly clamp.
Complete thread -- Thank Q.
Complete thread -- Confirmed retroperitonealization for sacrocolpopexy (see link)
Complete thread -- sacrocolpopexy, cystoscopy, Tension free vaginal midurethral sling.
Complete thread -- It looks like retroperitonealization (see link..see what you think)
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- so in order to be able...I guess it should be turkey gobbler
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- With the mesh firmly secured the peritoneum was now closed over the mesh with 2-0 sm
Complete thread -- fat in this area with a turkey gobble deformity.
Complete thread -- accepted. I have had posts I would like to take back before.
Complete thread -- in order to take this wide
Complete thread -- Then, a full-thickness skin graft was taken and the hemostasis was don ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "enable to take this wide" ...(of course, if that is it
Complete thread -- So, a very large elliptical incision was marked all the way from the c ...
Complete thread -- thanks I missed that because once again he is breaking it up too much. LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks I just put together where he was dragging it out and it finally hit me after sm
Complete thread -- Yes I agree that is what he is saying. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Good show! I couldn't get that one.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "The peritoneum was now opened across" ???
Complete thread -- Correction: s/b peritoneum (see link)
Complete thread -- Okay I got the first one longitudinal.
Complete thread -- Okay posted again.
Complete thread -- pls post again. sorry.
Complete thread -- WAV doesn't match the post
Complete thread -- . Dissected the presacral fat down to the periosteum and identified the sacral sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Morrissey is a racist jerk.
Complete thread -- She did say "can" but I changed it to "could" to keep consistent verb tense
Complete thread -- No comma after then.
Complete thread -- as deep as it can go with some of the muscle included
Complete thread -- as deep as it could go with some of the muscle
Complete thread -- Then, incision was made. Dissection was carried down through the subc ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Sry. Can't get it. I don't even hear "redundant" and not sure what I hear there.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would not...tho I'm not totally sure whether blank, hyphen or virgule s/b used
Complete thread -- The patient had a large amount of redundant skin on the neck with < ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. lower eyelid nose without comma?
Complete thread -- had biopsy and the one on the lower eyelid nose is ....#2 Now the patient comes (I think)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. second wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- #1 raised (she pronounces it raise-ed)
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is a 70-year-old female that has <____> dar ...
Complete thread -- Sorry poi and taco...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "Dr. Win" (Nguyen?) Check with location.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Wide excision of melanoma of the left lower eyeli ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- That's what he says. I would put a comma before and after 'however' ...and he
Complete thread -- posted longer wav
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "young" ....but not even sure if that makes sense until we
Complete thread -- young? Is that how the sentence started?
Complete thread -- Not sure your 1st sentence makes sense. What is the sentence before it?
Complete thread -- On the posterior aspect however she was <____> and this was a ...
Complete thread -- actually, that was totally uncalled for.
Complete thread -- Increase in size, degree, severity. sm
Complete thread -- It was totally uncalled for! vlad is an ass.
Complete thread -- pip/tazo?
Complete thread -- Nuthin! So frustrating! Submitting but will come back and post what they fill in. TY!
Complete thread -- Nothing there, but thanks!
Complete thread -- one of the Brooks shoes?
Complete thread -- something from this list maybe?
Complete thread -- Recommend that he get a pair of *brigateris* running shoes for playing sports.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- been called a lot of things on this board - murderer is new
Complete thread -- ongoing symptoms augmentation doesn't seem to fit - I have nothing better to offer
Complete thread -- Thank you! I wondered of it was just a stumble, and you confirmed that.
Complete thread -- osteopenia (he stumbles at the start of the word).
Complete thread -- Patient with hyperparathyroidsm...also has _______openia and memory loss. Thanks
Complete thread -- See link.
Complete thread -- Hello my name is poi and I am a meat AND cheese addict
Complete thread -- augmentation
Complete thread -- more fluff
Complete thread -- I love almond milk as well. Never did like cow's milk though (only cheese).
Complete thread -- Aha! Welcome to Cheese Addicts Anonymous! Try sprinkling nutritional yeast on your food
Complete thread -- Hello. My name is taco, and I too am a cheese addict.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but that is not it. I am sending in.
Complete thread -- symptom(s) of slow mentation
Complete thread -- I got hooked on cheese a while back, usually cheddar, swiss, sometimes pepper jack. But,
Complete thread -- s/l ol-mentation
Complete thread -- Looks like a boring day, so I wanted to ask if any of you feel "addicted" to cheese.
Complete thread -- Looks great but a little impractical for myself because I don't eat much bread/pasta, etc.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- transcartilaginous??
Complete thread -- s/l transcolangis incision
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- in case didn't notice, there is a stumble, repeats sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- found this in google books - see link about halfway down the page.
Complete thread -- deflection?
Complete thread -- deflection
Complete thread -- carnitine profile is what it s/l to me
Complete thread -- I also would like to screen her for thyroid disease and check her _____ profile.
Complete thread -- septal *deflexion*
Complete thread -- OCD lesion
Complete thread -- type of lesion on x-rays medial femoral condyle
Complete thread -- I am trying to verify what s/l "crunch test" in a patient
Complete thread -- I hear "clipped to the drape"
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- wonder if he is saying paracentesis. I have never heard it referred to sm
Complete thread -- well it says that a LeVeen shunt is used for refractory ascites. Not sure if that helps.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Can you post a wav file?
Complete thread -- istory s/l parsa
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- auditory meatus and crimped to the ? Sorry cannot get the last word.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Back under the microscope, the tympanomeatal flap was elevated in cont ...
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Complete thread -- pressed and then placed under a heat lamp ...
Complete thread -- i just listened the wav. it is this wav and not older. pls refresh.
Complete thread -- It's still the wav on the H cuts.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Your wav is not there.
Complete thread -- Bipolar was used where needed for hemostasis. The temporalis fascia g ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- standard H cuts were then made.
Complete thread -- yeah. it was a typo. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- The external ear canal was injected in a standard 4-quadrant fashion w ...
Complete thread -- would like to discontinue the s/l dip-tay-zil and vancomycin. sm
Complete thread -- I only mention it because spell check won't flag it since peroration is a word.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- In case this was a cut and paste, you have a typo...s/b perforation in 1st sentence
Complete thread -- safe?
Complete thread -- During that time, she experienced several painful episodes of left acu ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Had also a block placed at the time when we were getting him prepped a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to care for his mother. He
Complete thread -- He understood all these and elected to have operative intervention, pa ...
Complete thread -- guy got it...joint line split
Complete thread -- definitely not *foot* for #2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 shortening
Complete thread -- The patient is a 57-year-old male who had a fall, right hand dominant ...
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Complete thread -- repair
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right Achilles tendon rupture. POSTOPER ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- itself was split and then
Complete thread -- A sural nerve was identified and protected. The skin flaps were eleva ...
Complete thread -- try this one then. electric chapati maker
Complete thread -- Wow, over a million views. She's good! Don't think I'll ever be able to puff them like
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- here u go
Complete thread -- oh no. i know that much. haha
Complete thread -- right comrade. :-)
Complete thread -- you did go ask your wife huh? haha
Complete thread -- That was the first lesson I learned. Need plenty of flour. Guess I'll keep using same
Complete thread -- i get your question. various forms of chapatis. made from plane flour called roti,
Complete thread -- he told me on facebook just plain flour will do.
Complete thread -- nothing special about the flour. just plane flour is ok i guess.
Complete thread -- haha. i don't cook but when i try making a chapati they stick a lot to my hands and all.
Complete thread -- I am sure he is checking with his wife now :) right guy?
Complete thread -- He probably helps buy the groceries though, so should know. Ha ha.
Complete thread -- haha...guy doesn't cook!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I have a question Guy: Should chapati be made with only atta flour? I want to make some
Complete thread -- I think he's stumbling on "in the fibula and the"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m hearing ligament too now.
Complete thread -- Multiple AP and lateral views revealed sequential temporary-to-final f ...
Complete thread -- I was curious..link shows it..item 8
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- angled approximately
Complete thread -- angled approximately
Complete thread -- I think I hear "this ligament was repaired"
Complete thread -- Two guidewire were placed from the fibular malleolus and advanced towa ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this was repaired?
Complete thread -- Ultimately after transsyndesmotic screws were placed <____> wi ...
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Complete thread -- thanks vlad. I was hearing cages.
Complete thread -- I hear inferior, (though could be superior). #2 ____ proximally
Complete thread -- Although they usually refer to the dry weight in kg, so he may be misspeaking.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- kg (kilograms)
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- #1 at its superior
Complete thread -- ...reports that he has been going 3 times a week and has been getting ...
Complete thread -- The incision was deepened to the level of superficial fascia which was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- at the proximal
Complete thread -- Attention was directed to the anterolateral aspect of the right ankle ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Think he's saying "parentheses."
Complete thread -- RESIDENT: Will Andress, DPM ____ PGY-3 ...
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- Kenalog
Complete thread -- Kenalog
Complete thread -- Mom has tried Orabase and a steroid swish and spit, ____ paste with no significant
Complete thread -- Agreed, thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- jlarifies=clarifies....that is why I would use a virgule instead of a comma, it
Complete thread -- I do see what she is saying now when a comma is used, it might *appear*
Complete thread -- I actually used the comma. I could live with virgule, as I like to stay close to as
Complete thread -- Says to type "No other fractures or lytic lesions noted." which is fine. EXCEPT
Complete thread -- Looks like we (you, poi and I) agree he MEANS "no lytic lesions"...So what is
Complete thread -- I would explain for there to be a lytic lesion, it should have been addressed
Complete thread -- I agree with you. I would transcribe fractures/lytic lesions noted.
Complete thread -- Help! What does this mean to you? D: No other fractures, lytic lesions noted.
Complete thread -- Silly...the typo was mine...'other' is in my sentence ;)
Complete thread -- I must be blind, because I cant see "other" or "otherwise" in the sentence?
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help.
Complete thread -- typo otherwise (not other)
Complete thread -- I would put a colon instead of semicolon other okay BTJMO
Complete thread -- Not sure how to punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- got it...podophyllin...thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for the idea! Maybe that's it... He's super stumbling. I'll flag to be certain.
Complete thread -- s/l..al-dolf-lin...sm
Complete thread -- googling your s/l phrase i came up with intra-retinal vitreoretinal interface
Complete thread -- averse: lying on the opposite side (to or from). nm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- WTONG?
Complete thread -- yes! I know. :) thanks
Complete thread -- Just making sure, you know no cap on "rust" ring sm link/info
Complete thread -- This post was WTONG "4 oblique lands" OMG & "Steri-strip tails" OMG
Complete thread -- got it! Rust rings.
Complete thread -- These are probably from old small metallic foreign bodies and ______ s/l rest-rings?
Complete thread -- I only questioned it because I've seen it used generically for other cell-salvage devices.
Complete thread -- What I was thinking was on a different tack...once the trademark
Complete thread -- googling your s/l, I found Tyrer-Cuzick
Complete thread -- s/l tyler cusick breast assessment
Complete thread -- I don't know what recent post you're talking about.
Complete thread -- even if product not used for 3 years, nobody else can use it, even if tried.
Complete thread -- Cell Saver® is a registered trademark Hemonetics Corporation sm
Complete thread -- Your recent post "4 oblique lands" OMG & "Sterip-strip tails" OMG
Complete thread -- Trademark site shows it is still "live"
Complete thread -- Thanks much to both!
Complete thread -- Perhaps Cell Saver (listed in The Surgical Word Bood) (capped because trademarked)
Complete thread -- Cell Saver (but I'm not 100% sure it is capped)
Complete thread -- Thank you for that = )
Complete thread -- same Perthes patient: s/l ** self savior **
Complete thread -- It worked just fine the way she did it.
Complete thread -- YES! That is exactly what it is - Thanks MUCH!
Complete thread -- If able, post a wav so somebody can listen, it works better
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Altdorf (I think you are hearing the word and then the spelling)
Complete thread -- You may also hear these 5 names (in future) with Ligasure sm & link
Complete thread -- s/l ** elk darfay LTD ORIF hip clamp
Complete thread -- a guess, found this maybe s/l adverse is "Atlas Ligasure, but sm
Complete thread -- Must be it because I see the three hamstring group muscles all originate via common
Complete thread -- "go as dictated" << --worst advice ever.
Complete thread -- the help of the *adverse* LigaSure.
Complete thread -- involving the common tendon (where it joins? adjoining?) long head... etc.
Complete thread -- maybe what is meant is ..the NG tube "coiled up" and came out the sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- _______ long head of the biceps femoris, tearing (corrects to)
Complete thread -- involving ___?__ long biceps involved__?___ partial training
Complete thread -- None of these could be easily placed and *coil that came out of the* patient’s mouth.
Complete thread -- involving the ________ with mid grade partial ______.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The arthroscope, trocar, and sheath were placed through the posterior ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to look at the undersurface...
Complete thread -- This did not compromise the bony integrity of the coracoid but did all ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a bird's eye portal.
Complete thread -- Once this was done, the AC joint was not violated and a spinal needle ...
Complete thread -- At this point of time, the patient had his biceps released with arthro ...
Complete thread -- She always rambles and then I have to try to pick up the pieces and make it make sense.LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I think that summarizes what is trying to say. I could not figure how the sm
Complete thread -- he may eat a full meal in the 3 meals he used to spread across SM
Complete thread -- instead of 3 meals, he has one spread across?
Complete thread -- he has significant weight loss, almost 60 pounds. He maybe eat a full sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Wheeless online using arabic
Complete thread -- II wins my google search
Complete thread -- type 2 (or II)
Complete thread -- Type 2 acromion (check whether s/b arabic or roman)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: Rotator cuff tear of the supraspinatus and sub ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- shoulder MRI?
Complete thread -- open subpec (subpectoral)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- After a correlating physical exam showed weakness of his rotator cuff, ...
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Complete thread -- a correlating?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 49-year-old male who was seen in the office who had a ...
Complete thread -- slightly flexed
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Complete thread -- the bed was ...flexed
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried up to the xiphoid and to the costal margins. M ...
Complete thread -- This link...in Group C paragraph would seem to support it
Complete thread -- Does this sentence read okay?
Complete thread -- I agree!
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I have no way of knowing if that's what he meant, so it's going to
Complete thread -- but, just a wild guess.
Complete thread -- not your address, but a lot of the same words??
Complete thread -- I kept looking, how about Allison Blunt. 59 Willow Ave Larchmont NY 10538
Complete thread -- There is a Larchmont NY, maybe there?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to flag it
Complete thread -- I can't find a thing, and the address looks more like a home/apartment than a business. ??
Complete thread -- I have an exact address but still can't find it. 1519 Larchmont Place in Mt. Laurel, NJ
Complete thread -- Looking for a Dr. Allison Blunt in NJ
Complete thread -- Ober-Yount (pretty much just a guess but I did research a little bit)
Complete thread -- found it from a typo on my last search - Ober-Yount
Complete thread -- Sending on, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- These are the rest of the procedures.
Complete thread -- sounds like Over Young procedure - any ideas?
Complete thread -- you are so smart! That was it - thanks so much!
Complete thread -- as a genetic issue (or something close to that)
Complete thread -- Dupuytren's contracture - please see msg.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- peripheral?
Complete thread -- patient had clinical evidence of s/l paper circulatory failure. TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- felon
Complete thread -- woman presents with finger cellulitis
Complete thread -- I thought of this one but seemed to have too many syllables to the OP's S/L
Complete thread -- pioglitazone
Complete thread -- Any chance it could be alprazolam (for anxiety)?
Complete thread -- It's also sometimes used for anxiety but not real commonly.
Complete thread -- hear a s or z sound but everything I try comes up with same-pregabalin-nerve pain
Complete thread -- pregabalin (Lyrica)? wild guess...
Complete thread -- drug s/l pra giz a len
Complete thread -- It wasn't a correction so much as it was another set of ears which happened to pick it up.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- correction...
Complete thread -- Woot woot!
Complete thread -- taco-just checked in before sending because wasnt feeling 100% confident
Complete thread -- here's a link to a google search for more confirmation
Complete thread -- two 6.7 screws (I hope I'm not too late, because I am certain this is correct)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated two #6 and #7 screws Google shows sm
Complete thread -- how to type this
Complete thread -- I hear ---"deflecting and creating a" sm
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- The anterior insertion of the left middle turbinate was resected with ...
Complete thread -- Hate to leave now, but I've got to be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed tomorrow
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The link takes you to a page, scroll down to the next page (113 labeled on the right side)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "periosteum" (this link in sinusotomy section mentions
Complete thread -- Dissection then continued in a posterior-to-anterior direction taking ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction Q. :-)
Complete thread -- Agree. I hear the "b" now.
Complete thread -- It is right link...just scroll down to sphenopalatine block
Complete thread -- oops wrong link...let me get the other one
Complete thread -- But I do hear "Both sides" and that fits with the description I found.(see link)
Complete thread -- I think vlad got it right...were similarly injected
Complete thread -- Don't think this is correct based on sphenopalatine ganglion treatment
Complete thread -- For #1 I hear "Both sides"
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
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Complete thread -- What procedure is being done? I think I hear #2 "wall was ?then orally injected"
Complete thread -- The sides of the lateral nasal wall were similarly injected...?
Complete thread -- This was accomplished with a 25-gauge needle bent at 45-degree angle a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops. Here's link (this is a common test for allergies)
Complete thread -- RAST (see link)
Complete thread -- Since my original office consultation in January, I did do some <_ ...
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Complete thread -- Dr Antti Maran (see link)
Complete thread -- There was a left-sided sphenoethmoid cell as well as mucoperiosteal th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- No comma after apparently
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Complete thread -- She has been followed originally by an otolaryngologist in the West Mo ...
Complete thread -- see map link
Complete thread -- Yes. It is northwest of Covington (area code is 318)
Complete thread -- The patient is a 50-year-old female from the **Monroe Area.** She has ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is "in several sweeps. Tonsil packs were"
Complete thread -- Dental mirror was used to inspect the nasopharynx, adenoid curette was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- cognizant
Complete thread -- I am cautiously optimistic that she will have a good outcome. She is ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- agree with Q prophylactic
Complete thread -- ___ prophylaxis against secondary
Complete thread -- something like "to prophylax against" ... or "as prophylactic against" ...I can't hear
Complete thread -- Nasopore was then quartered, infused with 8 mL of Kenalog 40, and plac ...
Complete thread -- I see where I went wrong...the -ac is for a NOUN derivative and
Complete thread -- spelled malacic
Complete thread -- I realize we are only adding the "c"...so I can't explain why
Complete thread -- guy found it in Stedman's
Complete thread -- Don't know if it's of any help because I'm only going by
Complete thread -- I guess I should have researched more. Onelook does have
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- empty nose syndrome
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Complete thread -- I wonder if he is making up a word for malacia (malacic??)
Complete thread -- I elected not to perform a submucosal resection or reduction of the in ...
Complete thread -- Because of the significant anatomical distortion of the turbinates fro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this was the closest I could find - link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was not getting it anywhere
Complete thread -- He spells "Gringer" at Children's International
Complete thread -- cc: ____ Covington, LA or just LA ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- rice? that's so bland!
Complete thread -- rice?
Complete thread -- eczema would fit
Complete thread -- The patient has an allergy to s/l eyes. TIA!
Complete thread -- PMH: HTN, GERD, OSA, and s/l zee-muh of the auditory canal. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- I know, right? haha :)
Complete thread -- gosh, I so want to *start*
Complete thread -- this is true. thanks for trusting my ears ... LOL
Complete thread -- not necessarily - I didn't hear it, but it might have been "nice".
Complete thread -- seeing answers above, this probably was notch chondroplasty...doh
Complete thread -- Are you replying to the post below or to the OP?
Complete thread -- I prefer taco's answer.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 "went down to a notchplasty"
Complete thread -- #2 We went down to the notch. The patient's ACL and PCL were...
Complete thread -- ...condyle, was the size of a quarter, and we applied chondroplasty...
Complete thread -- cautery ______ chondroplasty technique to that area. The patient ________ ACL and PC
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Are you assuming, just sayin. Kinda Irrelevant actually.
Complete thread -- s/l bived shaver
Complete thread -- so we did a nice chondroplasty (?)
Complete thread -- I hear something 70% cartilage down to bone (?) can you slow him down a hair?
Complete thread -- We then _____ chondroplasty and
Complete thread -- noted _____ trochlea, but the patient was ______ down to bone
Complete thread -- Nevermind, got it.
Complete thread -- well, the pt was in the ER, but this note is 8 days later, so not the ER doc dictating.
Complete thread -- oblique schapoid views or oblique and scaphoid views??
Complete thread -- Yes, central fibers of shoulder. sm & link ****
Complete thread -- Since ER, they often short-speak sentences, they have to move faster than reg. M.D.s
Complete thread -- nuchal =nape (back of of neck) would fit if this is what you heard
Complete thread -- checkrein deformity when ankle is dorsiflexed, interphalangeal joint of hallux flexed
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "fixed tightness" (see link for google hits of exact phrase)
Complete thread -- ...but then again, I'm finding "capsular reflection" for the hip as well. You decide! LOL
Complete thread -- Oops, that was with the shoulder, though, not the hip. Sorry.
Complete thread -- When googling "capsular * recess," I came across "capsular reflection or recess."
Complete thread -- MRI SP hip arthros capsular s/l out portion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- several of the
Complete thread -- fragmented and _______ fragments were removed.
Complete thread -- probably hip
Complete thread -- hip exam s/l chip adduction
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Compex muscle stimulator
Complete thread -- sp Botox injection for hip muscle spasms
Complete thread -- I think he is correcting himself from "fist" to "cyst," given next word begins with an F.
Complete thread -- He underwent the ____ fenestration without difficulty and with no complication.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- actually, it looks like it is all one word - checkrein (sm)
Complete thread -- it's "check rein" but it might be hyphenated -google the phrase with "ankle" for more info
Complete thread -- I've heard of screwing in to "wrist tightness" but not "fisted".
Complete thread -- placed the screw which had a *fisted* tightness to
Complete thread -- enough to restore the medial *check rain* of the ankle and restore
Complete thread -- It was reduced in the ER, elevated *her home*. We took down his splint
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- I then made the incision in the infrapubic area down through skin and ...
Complete thread -- The WAV filie does not match what you have here.
Complete thread -- Prior to having this procedure, the patient had right-sided sacroiliac ...
Complete thread -- He may be saying neck. He just runs a lot of things together all the time. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The guy has neck cancer but I could not hear neck, I thought I was hearing nuchal cellulit
Complete thread -- neck?
Complete thread -- any clues in the rest of the report? where is the cellulitis?
Complete thread -- Here is another one by the same guy. He is about to make me crazy.
Complete thread -- I thought it was clear too but I just cannot find anything.
Complete thread -- geez, sounds pretty clear but I can't find anything
Complete thread -- List of medications. sm for blank.
Complete thread -- I also think that should be 45 degree but he did say 25 degree (I forgot the degree)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- was set on a left 25? oblique position L4-S5 (is what he said. I would flag that
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy was then turned on. Fluoroscopy was <____> in ord ...
Complete thread -- that invaded his mandible
Complete thread -- This patient's cancer history includes floor of mouth cancer and sm
Complete thread -- I've hit my fatigue quotient so I'm turning in. Good nignt.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
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Complete thread -- He says injectual, but s/b injectable.
Complete thread -- injectable
Complete thread -- Autologous fat injection of bilateral superior, superomedial, and supe ...
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Complete thread -- typo "at the foot of the bed and at the head of the bed the left breast was etc
Complete thread -- I think I hear "at the foot of the bed and the head of the bed the left
Complete thread -- After leg squeezers were placed and general anesthesia was obtained, b ...
Complete thread -- much closer to the s/l
Complete thread -- in situ
Complete thread -- google suggests "artery" (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- I think he says "at its proximal margin" (not this)
Complete thread -- #1 metatarsal was unviolated
Complete thread -- #3 at all levels postexcision (one word for this prefix)
Complete thread -- common femoral to below-knee popliteal s/l NC2 bypass grafting performed TIA!
Complete thread -- This was a medullary sample. Clinical appearances of the fifth metata ...
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Complete thread -- Is he possibly repeating himself and saying 'period' ???
Complete thread -- TLS drain within this deep layer. <____> the wound was thorou ...
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Complete thread -- I think he says "incision [in parentheses] (this is fifth metatarsal periosteum) etc"
Complete thread -- These were retracted into the plantar vault. We closed the periosteum ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- **...** I hear the same thing
Complete thread -- typo s/b dorsal distal, plantar proximal, biased
Complete thread -- distal, plantar proximal, bias (I think)
Complete thread -- The patient was noted to have excellent bleeding and several active bl ...
Complete thread -- What about "the encountered"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- could he be saying incarcerated??
Complete thread -- I can't get #1 either, but he does say ITS lateral margin (not his)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get $1
Complete thread -- #2 on its lateral margin was visualized in the deep portion (I think)
Complete thread -- Large ulceration in the lateral aspect of the fifth metatarsal head wa ...
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Complete thread -- After stumbling ends up with "encircling"
Complete thread -- Attention was then directed to lateral aspect of the fifth metatarsal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to the level of the tibial tuberosity on the ?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can hear "tuberosity" somewhere in there, but I can't make the whole thing out
Complete thread -- Once the patient was adequately sedated, local block was performed abo ...
Complete thread -- I would also put a comma after lesion
Complete thread -- Punctuation or not? Elbow dislocation, Bankart lesion SP Bankart procedure
Complete thread -- Duh. How silly of me!
Complete thread -- around what she didn't know how to transcribe.
Complete thread -- I think OP was putting quote marks around whAt she did
Complete thread -- Thank you for that information.
Complete thread -- I remember those...and Nighthawk showed "at 65" as "x 65" ....and in
Complete thread -- You are in a gray area because the old rules of hyphenation
Complete thread -- Does this link help? Nighthawk, if I remember correctly, was kind of our sm
Complete thread -- rotator cuff-deficient shoulders....is hyphen correct here?
Complete thread -- MRI report of the left shoulder showed insertional tendinosis s/l*of central fibers*
Complete thread -- i like the comma where you have it.
Complete thread -- foot srike, also....or foot strike; also??
Complete thread -- Is the doc dictating 85 inches?
Complete thread -- how do you write "best correction"?
Complete thread -- Yes. At another google site they used the term "collapsed" but it didn't
Complete thread -- From descriptions on googling chondromalacia (softening of
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Does the first sentence here read correct?
Complete thread -- I was counting meds, not blanks. sorry
Complete thread -- you got it
Complete thread -- 2nd one is guanfacine - 3rd (oops) is Latuda.
Complete thread -- and 1st - guanfacine
Complete thread -- I think she may be saying "assessed our clips..." /nm
Complete thread -- got 2nd one-Latuda
Complete thread -- That makes sense, but not what it sounds like :( . Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- He is on Ritalin, ____, and ____.
Complete thread -- vessel clips??
Complete thread -- Cholecystectomy. Obtained hemostasis with (s/l) us-r-clips/sm
Complete thread -- I'm looking at your link but don't see the term "collapsed" anywhere in the diagram. I do
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "prior" I would think too. Also s/b an (not a).
Complete thread -- Yes. (see link, scroll down to diagram of "identifying & clipping the aneurysm"
Complete thread -- X-ray plate brand name from previous fracture of wrist.
Complete thread -- The aneurysm was s/l collapsed. sm
Complete thread -- good grief! I heard "Duchon Audacity" LOL
Complete thread -- Dang, I've been all over the VIC shepparton page and can't find diddlysquat.
Complete thread -- woot woot!
Complete thread -- taco you are the best best best! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Ahhh - I found it! (I think) -- Dilshan Udayasiri ??
Complete thread -- I think we've had this one before - first name s/l "Dilshan" but I can't get last name.
Complete thread -- Dr name help, doc is in VIC Australia.
Complete thread -- I expect the hyphen issue will never be completely resolved
Complete thread -- I'm rechecking the hyphen because some references show it and others don't .
Complete thread -- Also no hyphen because Thurstan was his middle name.
Complete thread -- Spelling of name is incorrect, however...Found this notice
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- yes sm
Complete thread -- (exposed to ultrasound waves)
Complete thread -- insonated
Complete thread -- the cephalic vein was _____ and noted to be small in caliber
Complete thread -- hip testing after arthroscopy. S/l shuck
Complete thread -- s/l IR=IR method= ischemia/reperfusion (IR) acute renal failure sm
Complete thread -- round
Complete thread -- listened again-maybe s/l rooted ?
Complete thread -- blooming callus makes sense to me, as in "evolving, rapid growth etc"
Complete thread -- MRI low back with kidney findings. S/l run id fluid signal
Complete thread -- dang good ears, lb!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- AMA Impairment Analysis and Rating: The patient does have...
Complete thread -- opps Q, just saw your post, I too think that is IT from my reading
Complete thread -- That's what I hear as well, but it's not a complete sentence...
Complete thread -- Recommendations/Treatment Options: Disability says, the patient has r ...
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Complete thread -- patient, for the patient, she is not able to go back to work. sm
Complete thread -- m hearing "So, we are going". is that it?
Complete thread -- s/l dersenhome might be (?) Thurston-Holland sm
Complete thread -- reposted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'm just getting a tiny snippet of audio
Complete thread -- After discussion with the patient, she is not able to go back to work. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I've been following her.
Complete thread -- I did leave U.S. HealthWorks and she was lost to followup for me until ...
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Complete thread -- any renal or
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of hypertension. She denies a history of di ...
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Complete thread -- faucets
Complete thread -- Opening car doors is possible but painful. Turning <____> off ...
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Complete thread -- run errands
Complete thread -- Working outdoors is very difficult. She can climb stairs fine. She c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I hear index repair too - and it makes sense (like the initial procedure._
Complete thread -- I hear index repair but don't have time to research
Complete thread -- Quadriceps tear with approximately 4 cm of retraction. During <__ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- bond to the?
Complete thread -- #2 really not sure but maybe bond?
Complete thread -- #1 end?
Complete thread -- An AP and lateral view ensuring the center-center position and then 1. ...
Complete thread -- I listened again, and it still s/l blooming. :) Thank you, though.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying bony callus?
Complete thread -- s/l blooming callus
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The distal part of the carpal ligament was then released with a #15 bl ...
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Complete thread -- Pipette
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- The uterus was sounded to 6 cm using a 3 mm endometrial <____> ...
Complete thread -- Time for me to get some shut-eye (had to look up the spelling of that). ;) Good nite
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- superonasal quadrants (plural).
Complete thread -- A 7-0 Vicryl suture was passed through inferior cornea and the eye was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- brought to "I don't hear the 'and'...if so it would be irrigation/aspiration" (see link)
Complete thread -- The irrigation and aspiration handpiece was used to remove the residua ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- It seems to be a subject-verb problem..so would correct to "as they are with etc" To
Complete thread -- Thanks. extended wav posted.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- First sentence doesn't make sense. Can we hear it?
Complete thread -- I do have
Complete thread -- We will treat the symptoms as it is with the trigger point injections ...
Complete thread -- i have jotted down 2 points for worse and worst. Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- I'm sorry I'm not doing a better job explaining when to use
Complete thread -- been to the
Complete thread -- Yes, that one would be correct.
Complete thread -- It is worse during the day and in the evening. (here worse?)
Complete thread -- Her pain has still persisted despite the use of conservative treatment ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Is he saying "that is confined in the" ???
Complete thread -- s/b her worst (not worse) (most times they will give the best and worst in
Complete thread -- Today, she comes in with a pain score of 2/10; however, her worse pain ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- probably about
Complete thread -- Once we had done that, we turned our attention to the rotator cuff. W ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. along with the suture from the ...2. here,
Complete thread -- We used shaver and electrocautery to anneal the frayed edges of the ob ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody.
Complete thread -- tease it free...**tight and there was significant etc"
Complete thread -- tease it free
Complete thread -- Once we got the transverse carpal ligament, we identified it and cut i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tentatively scheduled her for a carpal tunnel and a cubital
Complete thread -- Initially, I have seen her several times and she had some bilateral ca ...
Complete thread -- Another very thick accent. Giving up on this one, too. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- patient has history of s/l ekpeda and had splenectomy in 2012
Complete thread -- Okay thanks.
Complete thread -- I think peri-J tube would be okay as long as this is not
Complete thread -- Yes, you are the bomb
Complete thread -- OK I am reposting this as I did not finish correcting VR on it. (feeling sheepish) sm
Complete thread -- . Over the course of the last 1 week the patient's symptoms gradually worsened, sm
Complete thread -- Even without confirmation I'm doing a Snoopy dance! (see link)
Complete thread -- I think I found it! Thurstan Holland fragment (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks very mu, but I think as often happens he's just way mispronouncing it. Giving up.
Complete thread -- Gosselin?
Complete thread -- Wonder if the ending part of the s/l is "bone"
Complete thread -- Patient has ankle fracture with a posterior s/l Dersenhome fragment of distal tibia
Complete thread -- The patient had an ankle fracture with a posterior malleolar s/l Dersenhome fragment.
Complete thread -- got it! Phew - evaporative
Complete thread -- found it! lissamine
Complete thread -- s/l hope-app-rative as well as aqueous deficient tears
Complete thread -- staining on her cornea and conjunctiva with both fluorescein and s/l lysanine?
Complete thread -- I think he is saying ..."retrieving" cultures would be appropriate.
Complete thread -- Does sentence make sense as is? Thanks
Complete thread -- funny... I just had to look up "shucking" yesterday (in context of DRUJ instability)
Complete thread -- Ok. I only saw shuck relating to wrist exam.
Complete thread -- I just listened again. It is clearly shuck. Thanks for pointing it out though.
Complete thread -- Thanks, taco.
Complete thread -- It think it is shuck. I just Googled and found anothe name for it: ballottement test.
Complete thread -- Is "shuck" actually shrug?
Complete thread -- pendulum
Complete thread -- Some pain with shuck. Some pain with "ten-shlom" activities with traction. No AC tend
Complete thread -- yeppers
Complete thread -- I can't find a specific facial venous varicosity surgery (so many
Complete thread -- thank you so much Oasis!
Complete thread -- I'm seeing this in relation to Australia...
Complete thread -- Poly-Joule (check spelling, also seeing Polyjoule)
Complete thread -- The plan is that he starts ___ which will be given tomorrow and will add approximatel
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- procedure
Complete thread -- I am finding the term "free incision"...but it would be helpful to know the name of the
Complete thread -- sharing my list on diets, not sure it will help or not sm
Complete thread -- or.... No fiber, like vegetables.
Complete thread -- oh, I like it! Thanks. Probably what she means.
Complete thread -- s/l *free* incision
Complete thread -- Any diagnosis to help us out, any other info (context) please?
Complete thread -- I wonder if s/l Tasha Reed=" tarsometatarsal" rotation flap closure
Complete thread -- Can't get what kind of diet. sounds like it starts with an L though?
Complete thread -- fiber-like
Complete thread -- Maybe "bland" diet?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "pancreaticojejunostomy"
Complete thread -- Next sentence:No fiber like vegetables. As soon as she eats vegetables she gets bloated.
Complete thread -- PS- that's my kind of diet....
Complete thread -- she is still on a ______ [s/l plain or clean] diet, mainly yogurt, ice cream.
Complete thread -- a pancreatic___ and Roux-en-Y limb & tolerating a ___ diet with very residual pain.
Complete thread -- in medications s/l bio hex (maybe a supplement?)
Complete thread -- It really is helpful to list title of procedure to make a connection sm
Complete thread -- Also I would think "any type of protection mask" (singular)
Complete thread -- oh, right you are. I could still hear it, but when I hit refresh it was gone.
Complete thread -- oops..here's the link
Complete thread -- Found this article discussing bilobed rotation flaps for foot. Tho I've no
Complete thread -- I tried to listen, it was already deleted
Complete thread -- I agree it makes sense, but the mp3 is still there. Have a listen.
Complete thread -- I know it's waaay late, but I think you have it okay, tho I would have
Complete thread -- "radiation at the site of her tumor" makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- typo....it appears it s/b (not is s/b)
Complete thread -- From what I am finding, it appears is s/b mucusy in your context (see message)
Complete thread -- inhalatory
Complete thread -- duh -got it - inhilatory
Complete thread -- comma after coworkers
Complete thread -- thank you isgal!
Complete thread -- for 60
Complete thread -- s/l amilatory protection mask
Complete thread -- successful twice daily and I have given her a prescription ___ with five repeats.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- thanks - I'm seeing Giardia capped in the archives for some reason
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- that was the discussion guy and I had on facebook. 5/325 is Norco and
Complete thread -- mucousy
Complete thread -- to her breast. At the size of her tumor, she might be
Complete thread -- I seem to hear 'size' and wonder if I am misunderstanding and may need chemo due to
Complete thread -- She is still having mucusy/mucousy bowel movements. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- Q - Norco is 5/325 (rxlist.com has it)
Complete thread -- distal piece using them as *blades* drilling both cortices using the depth
Complete thread -- wonder where the "lobe" comes in for a foot ulcer? hmmmm... no clue
Complete thread -- maybe meant "patulous" - I had a doc say "patular" once and that's what he meant.
Complete thread -- particular, articular
Complete thread -- MRI shoulder s/l patchular disruptions (hear P sound)
Complete thread -- Neither would be capitalized in this case
Complete thread -- s/l *Tasha Reed* single lobe rotational flap closure
Complete thread -- Should giardia and cryptosporidium be capped here?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- atrial pronounced wrong?
Complete thread -- diabetes, hypertension, _____ fibrillation, gout
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a similar
Complete thread -- Based on the patient’s desires, a sizer measuring around 550 cc was pl ...
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Complete thread -- and earned income
Complete thread -- He has been taking significant amount of pain medicines to subside his ...
Complete thread -- As far as the sacroiliac joint <____> he has a positive FABER ...
Complete thread -- Special testing, he has positive straight leg test on both sides, Lase ...
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: 1. Degenerative disc disease cervical spine. 2. Cerv ...
Complete thread -- On physical examination, he has a positive Spurling sign. **He has 5/ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- Not sure I understand what he's trying to say.
Complete thread -- I hear "had increased"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would delete the 2nd "at times"..I think he just got lost in his sentence
Complete thread -- **The pain is decreased for a few weeks back in 2010; however, he has ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "at times and it is also described as dull. He says his"
Complete thread -- His pain radiates to his shoulder region on the left side. He describ ...
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Complete thread -- never drank alcohol?
Complete thread -- not sure on that "No ______ of alcohol"
Complete thread -- She is college educated. No history of ...or any form of
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: <____> alcohol, never used any illegal drug ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- click on the dosage tab
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble finding that dosage...but their method at
Complete thread -- hammer elicitation
Complete thread -- 5 mg 325 ok or should i change to 5/325 mg?
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Complete thread -- If you believe he's not stumbling, then the word is "elicitation"
Complete thread -- sounds like hammer "elucitation" of his right...
Complete thread -- I should add I think he was correcting himself to end up with "hammer"
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Complete thread -- I think he says #2 obviously
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "hammer"
Complete thread -- Patellar reflexes are +1 on the right and +1 on the Achilles on the ri ...
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Complete thread -- He might be saying #1 non-painful (see link)
Complete thread -- #2 hyperexaggerated
Complete thread -- On physical examination, he has positive allodynia. He has pain that ...
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Complete thread -- typo "in the proximal tibia consistent with previous surgery"
Complete thread -- I think I hear in the proximal tibia "consistent with previous surgery"
Complete thread -- X-ray of the right knee reveals mild tricompartmental degenerative cha ...
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying "subside"
Complete thread -- He denies any bowel or bladder incontinence, fevers, chills, nausea, v ...
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Complete thread -- no rhyme or ....also s/b bursts (plural)
Complete thread -- The pain is intermittent and it varies in different qualities. It is ...
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Complete thread -- I think he just stumbles there and there is no blank. As far as his neck, he has
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Complete thread -- maybe is an adverb...may is a modal verb (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient has mostly pain in his lower back region. It shoots to th ...
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Complete thread -- I thought if there is a form of "be", I should use maybe????, ...
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Complete thread -- He has x-ray of the lumbar spine which was a negative lumbar spine. H ...
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Complete thread -- I would use the verb form...and may be due to
Complete thread -- may be vs maybe
Complete thread -- no acute
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Complete thread -- 2. Incidental note is made of a cortical mass involving the posterior
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Complete thread -- Perhaps he'll mention the location again in the diagnosis.
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear #3 mid (but maybe there is something after 'mid')...I'm not sure
Complete thread -- #1 central canal (see link)
Complete thread -- The MRI was on January 19, 2016 which shows mild scoliotic curvature, ...
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Complete thread -- The patient has pain in his neck region, back, and buttock region. He ...
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Complete thread -- endplate (see link)
Complete thread -- There is a loss of vertebral height and disc desiccation changes are s ...
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Complete thread -- I think he starts to say "He doesn't have any" then changes to "No known drug allergies."
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: He is on naproxen for pain 500 mg, omeprazole 40 mg on ...
Complete thread -- Maybe he's just saying "ventricular diastolic dysfunction" ?
Complete thread -- interim?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. Going to have to flag this one.
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Complete thread -- And I think I hear "worst" (not worse)
Complete thread -- Is he saying "management score of" ???
Complete thread -- Since his injury, he has been going to the chiropractor and treating i ...
Complete thread -- oops and here are the wildcard results
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Complete thread -- I called up phrases using wildcard and can find nothing
Complete thread -- ischemic cardiomyopathy with s/l inter-derm diastolic dysfunction. TIA!
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Complete thread -- I wonder if he's saying "broad-based 3.2 mm"
Complete thread -- At L5-S1 there is a combination of annular concentric and broad based ...
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Complete thread -- Modic type I (see link)
Complete thread -- it reads
Complete thread -- The patient at that time had also received an MRI of the lumbar spine ...
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Complete thread -- I can't get #2
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Complete thread -- Also I think he says "into proper position"
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Complete thread -- scroll down to Hook, Sinskey
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying Then a Sinskey hook was used to rotate the" (see link)
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Complete thread -- ...was used to rotate the intraocular lens...
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Complete thread -- I think he says "on axis with required"
Complete thread -- I think he's saying BIs (breast implants)
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Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating suite. The patient’s left ey ...
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Complete thread -- Plastic surgery help - breast implant followup
Complete thread -- foci
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Complete thread -- This is a better collection of hits (see link)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying modular hand plate? (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l*mada hand* plate...For phalanx fracture
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Complete thread -- Thank you! My brain must be on hold...! nm
Complete thread -- "pit" is slang for Pitocin
Complete thread -- DS on OB pt w/proteinuria. Underwent C-sec for arrest of dilation,/sm
Complete thread -- Of course one should go with whatever was dictated.
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Complete thread -- typo ... but suggest (not suggestion)
Complete thread -- Yes, the 2nd is a ratio.
Complete thread -- I agree with half of what taco said...either makes sense, but suggestion you go
Complete thread -- I agree that the 1st one is (probably) not a ratio, but I think the 2nd one is.
Complete thread -- They also have other thicknesses, such as 12/1000= 0.012 (see link), so you should
Complete thread -- When you are discussing graft thickness, it is not a ratio (so not