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Complete thread -- True, true. I caught that after I posted and had a feeling someone would point it out and
Complete thread -- Think that might be the context (doc asking ?) and not a ? from the OP
Complete thread -- account specific. We have to use m2.
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- Think BOS says to use sq m if you can't do m2 correctly.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- murmur through the axilla. Lungs with ... ...
Complete thread -- Respirations are really 14? that just doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- k thanks
Complete thread -- could axial be exhale?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- not sure on axial. Lungs is a new sentence.
Complete thread -- correct, but many can't do superscripts so we have to do m2
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- murmur *through the axial* lungs
Complete thread -- The square meter, also called the meter squared, is the Standard International (SI) unit o
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- can't get s/l but info from my list on aberrant & Kommerell sm
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- agree - I'd go with 43 kg/m2 -
Complete thread -- I think he is saying Babesiosis (or babesiosis) and saying it wrong? it goes with Lyme.
Complete thread -- Lyme disease as well as for ----------~
Complete thread -- It does sound like that but cant document so I went with pain. Thank you for trying
Complete thread -- thanks both of you.
Complete thread -- mucinous is better, but I'd go with it also, esp. with "-type". It is a legit word.
Complete thread -- humm I would further conside/check out/flag operculum as suggested sm
Complete thread -- don't know your rules - but I would probably give him what he dictated
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that too, but can't document such a thing.
Complete thread -- I think wrong. Agree with below.
Complete thread -- type A, I think
Complete thread -- -type pain? (also called central post-stroke pain syndrome)
Complete thread -- thank you, everyone
Complete thread -- "oh well" is right -- seems that OP has left the building
Complete thread -- can you hhelp me with this wav
Complete thread -- sq m, I think, unless you can superscript
Complete thread -- bugs me when they include the kg/m2 on a BMI value.
Complete thread -- I'd go with 43 kg/m2
Complete thread -- but I missed grade instead of rate.
Complete thread -- kg per meter squared
Complete thread -- thought so... you da bomb
Complete thread -- yepper
Complete thread -- Doctor dictated mucinoid-type cyst. Mucinoid okay to use?
Complete thread -- hey OP, ^^^ pretty sure this is the answer ^^^ (was that you, not Jan?)
Complete thread -- oops. redundant.
Complete thread -- ? or maybe LLSB = left lower sternal border
Complete thread -- that wouldn't be consistent with poor prep
Complete thread -- ignore
Complete thread -- google: as pertains
Complete thread -- SEM at LSB (SEMLLSB)
Complete thread -- yeah - 2nd L is for lower - and rate is grade. I think we got it now.
Complete thread -- agree (SEM ~ SCM)
Complete thread -- "SCM" might be "SEM" - systolic ejection murmur; agree w/D on LSB. Second L is a mystery.
Complete thread -- could be treatable - or not.
Complete thread -- GRADE 2/6 (not rate)
Complete thread -- systolic ejection murmur, lower left sternal border
Complete thread -- I'm guessing might be related to operculum. Made-up word "underoperculation"?
Complete thread -- not sure on all, but LSB probably means left sternal border
Complete thread -- Thanks to both - will flag to be sure.
Complete thread -- scane= scan. Uptake= means whatever was injected during scan, settled in nodes
Complete thread -- rate 2/6 *S C M L L S B*
Complete thread -- agree with aberrant
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- found this, but did not open and read up on it. Cerebral aqueduct percolates over the
Complete thread -- whole body scane uptake - what does uptake in nodes mean? TIA!
Complete thread -- ? percolation
Complete thread -- s/l under perculation
Complete thread -- good guess. Maybe I will flag and use that guess
Complete thread -- I wonder if he "means" Xifaxan and bad pronunciation?
Complete thread -- She is currently taking ____as well as Zofran from her gastroenterologist.
Complete thread -- I do not think so, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Harmonic Scalpel is a brand name. I think it's made by Ethicon.
Complete thread -- Thanks for thoughts - had to flag and hope the next one is better!
Complete thread -- ? Esgic
Complete thread -- of these adhesions using *endohook* Bovie and Harmonic scalpel
Complete thread -- butalbital Medication sounds like "esstrick or S-triq"
Complete thread -- for the word before "airway" - maybe "compression" (compresh-hun?)
Complete thread -- I agree. Says fuzzy aberrant once - later clearly says adherent. Flagged this.
Complete thread -- you sure? aberrant fits way better. Still trying to figure out 'surf with a hun'
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thanks. I agree.
Complete thread -- Agree, but I'm hearing "medicine and will be mindful..."
Complete thread -- I hear QT
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- klebsiella?
Complete thread -- Lachman?
Complete thread -- high temp with infection
Complete thread -- wav file, wanting to check if I got what was in the yawn right. Thanks
Complete thread -- correction - adherent not aberrant
Complete thread -- s/l ** surf with a hun **
Complete thread -- thanks so much to all of you
Complete thread -- thanks--that was what I ended up putting with an underline
Complete thread -- oops - how about tri-paddle for tri-polar stimulation
Complete thread -- I googled, didn't find anything appropriate.
Complete thread -- triglyceride?
Complete thread -- and for a laugh, try googling images for "wind tunnel face"
Complete thread -- wind tunnel
Complete thread -- probably is parotitis - see msg and link
Complete thread -- TriPaddle
Complete thread -- tri-paddle maybe but i haven't researched yet.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Peritonitis seems more likely to me, but he sure is not
Complete thread -- permanent "Try" paddle lead??
Complete thread -- She presented to the emergency room in extremis
Complete thread -- His _____ measured 484 mg/dL.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- orthopedic test that sounds like "lagerman" test
Complete thread -- hat if he can continue to develop athletically and maintain good acade ...
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- It's fine. "Pertains to" is common English and makes perfect sense here.
Complete thread -- Musculoskeletal review is negative except s/l as pertains to the above? thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you~
Complete thread -- youre right
Complete thread -- wondering if that would be one sentence, "working as a CNA,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. He is saying, ___ working as a CNA. She injured her ba ...
Complete thread -- There is a CNA - certified nursing assistant, though I don't know
Complete thread -- person whose job is to lift patients at the hospital is called *CNA or ...
Complete thread -- plan with vs point of
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- yes, thanks hmm
Complete thread -- ? detritus
Complete thread -- it is female and I thought it could be breast biopsy too but wasn't
Complete thread -- Anyway, thought maybe "left breast biopsy" but not sure.
Complete thread -- male or female?
Complete thread -- a history of cholecystectomy in 2005, left _____________ in 1984
Complete thread -- listen for sign instead of time
Complete thread -- Back injury - *neural tension time was positive on the right - correct?
Complete thread -- I think nm meant "going in for a play" instead of "go in"
Complete thread -- Nope, "as he tried to fake out" comes at the end.
Complete thread -- Oh, sorry. I didn't see it. I was puzzled how you could be hearing that.
Complete thread -- it does, it started with "He tried to fake out the.."
Complete thread -- ummm... the wav does not include this part
Complete thread -- But will make it anyway for archives. Would think "tears" as in mucosal tears. Mentioned
Complete thread -- Too bad. I was going to make a
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- poor colon prep for colonscopy, s/l "the teerz" sm for sentence plse
Complete thread -- thank you - fake out
Complete thread -- Are you listening to the file?
Complete thread -- listen for "go in for A play"
Complete thread -- fake (out)
Complete thread -- at practice going in for play with a ball and placed his right foot on ...
Complete thread -- Actually that was kinda a point all along. He obviously was incorrect and the fact that
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Abscess Cavity -- Medical Definition
Complete thread -- I, too, did obit search and couldn't find anything. I cannot find a Dr. w/ that spelling
Complete thread -- Well, if you trust the spelling, OK, but I never trust the spelling of .
Complete thread -- Stated doctor did hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- abscess cavity is a very common thing heard.
Complete thread -- I thought milk was in there!
Complete thread -- The large abscess cavity and space is resolved completely. Is it abscess, cavity,
Complete thread -- She clearly said volar - but could have meant any number of things, lol, she's horrible!!
Complete thread -- ok, that fits a little better.
Complete thread -- is what it s/l to me
Complete thread -- 4 mL daily
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. History is below the blank area.
Complete thread -- Qa came back with exoplant
Complete thread -- I just never found any such spelling for anyone anywhere in any capacity. so it never matt
Complete thread -- oops, I need new glasses. ;-)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- i dont really think that fits.
Complete thread -- relisten for muscle atrophy
Complete thread -- OP said Miners Hosp. I looked at about 3 web sites associated with that.
Complete thread -- I think just skipping around from had/wrist to foot.volar carpal ligament.
Complete thread -- Since we never even found out which hospital he was at either, you might want to ask
Complete thread -- In my experience, if you don't know the exact spelling of a doctors name,
Complete thread -- just doesn't seem to Google well....
Complete thread -- atrophy of the volar muscles, I'd guess
Complete thread -- I was not limiting any search there though. So it matters not if you just try to find the
Complete thread -- PE on a patient with shortness of breath, this PA is a complete scatterbrain.s.m.
Complete thread -- Not on hospital web sites. They're not going to list a dead doc as
Complete thread -- we should have still been able to find something with that spelling, dead or not.
Complete thread -- Kind of impt. info that he's dead. No wonder all the web sites don't list
Complete thread -- Me either. No such spelling will even come up in any form or fashion, doctor, obituary,
Complete thread -- did doc dictate it is an ortho doc or is this an assumption because you are typing ortho?
Complete thread -- I cant even find an obit for that person. I think your doctor is pulling your leg... haha
Complete thread -- Can find an internist, but no ortho
Complete thread -- I found that too, I think its a cancer doc tho.
Complete thread -- I cannot find that spelling for any doctor anywhere in any specialty.
Complete thread -- found Swaby in PA
Complete thread -- Yes, orthopedic surgeon, as stated, but did not specify which Miners Hosp. This clinic is
Complete thread -- I googled "liver function test SNA 7" and it came back SMA-7
Complete thread -- Richard D. Schroeder, MD is the only ortho surgeon I could find at Miners?
Complete thread -- I'd BET a billion dollars you COULD find a SMA-7 though
Complete thread -- Yeah, I could n't read the "ortho" part of her question either.
Complete thread -- SNA 7 for kidney function. I cannot document SNA 7
Complete thread -- what city? I see 3 different "Miners" Hospitals in PA.
Complete thread -- I'ma guess orthopedic surgery
Complete thread -- do you know what specialty?\
Complete thread -- do you know what specialty?\
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ortho surgeon Dr. Swarby (spells it) at Miners Hosp. in PA. I cannot verify. Anyone
Complete thread -- left-sided transient paralysis
Complete thread -- with left sided ______ of paralysis and CVA
Complete thread -- with left sided ______ of paralysis and CVA
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- It should, yes. She never gets that right though.
Complete thread -- I guess that is it, I keep hearing "quina-prin" Thank you.
Complete thread -- quinapril?
Complete thread -- Include gabapentin, carvedilol, tramadol, ____________, amiodarone
Complete thread -- TIA with left sided *change* of paralysis and CVA
Complete thread -- then it would be which are... right?
Complete thread -- sway/fall?
Complete thread -- Thanks--I listened for that, but she's clearly saying "which," not with.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Balance Testing: There is mild sway/____with feet together arms abduct ...
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- listened now and I still think that's what he's
Complete thread -- didn't listen but I would think M and M makes sense, meaning a normal gene from each paren
Complete thread -- posted mp3
Complete thread -- could even be saying M and N?
Complete thread -- Her Alpha-1 antitrypsin genotype was _________ (MNM? M and M?)
Complete thread -- I need help making this sentence make sense.
Complete thread -- stuttered over Mobic?
Complete thread -- Current medications include Atacand, Di-Gesic, Diamicron, ____, Lipidil and lactulose
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- maybe she just had a TB test?
Complete thread -- per old charts is negative...
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: _____ is negative for
Complete thread -- hepatocellular?
Complete thread -- ^ that was not my kiss
Complete thread -- well done - I assumed wrong!
Complete thread -- most likely has a primary *spike cellular* malignancy
Complete thread -- an-D-iuretic -- you're picking up the D. It's diuretic.
Complete thread -- I found it! Ayurvedic.
Complete thread -- morphine sulfate, pantoprazole, *tuberculin*.
Complete thread -- "Iuretic" medication for headaches. Google is showing possibly "oretic" SM
Complete thread -- and obviously should....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- to motivate
Complete thread -- sorry, left the site. Gosh, I'm not much help on this one. Flag/go as dictated if CLEAR.
Complete thread -- talking about poor compliance with CPAP
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ? two-muscle strength
Complete thread -- he had two muscles __________, to hold the urine
Complete thread -- med s/l sem va rose al
Complete thread -- I am new on the account and it will go to QA. Will flag the area.
Complete thread -- bet that is exoplant?
Complete thread -- implants or explants possibly...
Complete thread -- Guy is doing an eye surgery. We get to the heading of Implants
Complete thread -- That was going to be my guess!
Complete thread -- it's 31 weeks 5 days gestation. (Got it from her twin's report.)
Complete thread -- pterygia
Complete thread -- usually ptyergia for
Complete thread -- ?pterygium
Complete thread -- (calm down)
Complete thread -- Spells under Surgical History "I and I'll spell it *tygiums resection bilaterally"
Complete thread -- consider: binocular reflexes
Complete thread -- oh, thank you
Complete thread -- listened again, but don't think so. Thanks for trying! *ami-flated*
Complete thread -- Lisch (googled eye nodules)
Complete thread -- Lisch
Complete thread -- s/l lease nodules?
Complete thread -- Glad to meet you. I'm me.
Complete thread -- disarticulated?
Complete thread -- She was born at 31 weeks _____ gestation, twin gestation.
Complete thread -- no, this is me.
Complete thread -- I think it was ocular reflex, I flagged it, tho. thanks
Complete thread -- can't find anything other than "ocular" ... ?
Complete thread -- No one. Just playing along with the other kissoffer person. Thought that was
Complete thread -- The toe was *ameflated* with a Freer dissector freeing the plantar capsule to the 1st
Complete thread -- s/l blockner reflexes? (child's eye exam)
Complete thread -- WOW - who peed in your cornflakes this morning? lighten up.
Complete thread -- philtral column
Complete thread -- I never say my question well. I was wondering if the 120 = the 410?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think ok as you have it sm
Complete thread -- may be Philtral column sm Philtral columns: the vertical thickenings of the upper lip
Complete thread -- kiss off
Complete thread -- Who knows how to do this conversion? I am not sure she is saying 410.
Complete thread -- I found that too. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Thumbs down for the
Complete thread -- philtrum column
Complete thread -- and we all know Stedman's has no errors in any of their books.
Complete thread -- sl filterocolumn region
Complete thread -- kiss off
Complete thread -- It's generic Retrovir so wouldn't be
Complete thread -- Zidovudine - got it, thanks.
Complete thread -- lmao
Complete thread -- HIV infant with neutropenia and transaminitis due to ___
Complete thread -- kiss off
Complete thread -- Yes, I caught that.
Complete thread -- what is the sentence?
Complete thread -- This is true. They also sometimes call a pneumonia (the disease) klebsiella, but you're
Complete thread -- no, it's not the genus alone
Complete thread -- also: stool studies...which WERE negative
Complete thread -- the organism is Klebsiella pneumoniaE
Complete thread -- although Stedman's does have it as "Klebsiella pneumonia," so whatever I guess
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap klebsiella since it's a genus alone (without species)
Complete thread -- studies done for C. diff which "were" Probably should be Staph (even though abbrev) sinc
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Enterococcus faecalis
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- showed Klebsiella pneumonia and *tricoccus ficalus*.
Complete thread -- or nitrofurantoin? (same thing - maybe doc is combining them)
Complete thread -- s/l Workup was done as an outpatient
Complete thread -- for an ulcer over the fifth toe ____ as an outpatient
Complete thread -- Infa-Dent
Complete thread -- macrodantin?
Complete thread -- med s/l nitro dan ton
Complete thread -- affect is usu. a verb, effect usu. a noun, but there are exceptions. Google for more info
Complete thread -- maybe AVS for after-visit summary (I get one of those after my appts)
Complete thread -- affect vs. effect - once again I cannot get it
Complete thread -- discharge instructions are as per her *A B S.*
Complete thread -- reflected (you didnt cut the tongue, you moved it out of the way)
Complete thread -- It is all caps.
Complete thread -- Maybe she is saying to cap this?
Complete thread -- wav file. I hate not getting the first word of the first report of the day!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Sounds like incident - infident??
Complete thread -- Search tennis elbow bar strap. that's how I found it
Complete thread -- lateral epicondylitis
Complete thread -- cilostazol
Complete thread -- I see twist-drill with and without hyphens
Complete thread -- Right frontal twist drill craniotomy for placement of external ventriculostomy
Complete thread -- Twist drill?
Complete thread -- The only help I can give is it is probably external and not sternal.
Complete thread -- posterior and mesially?
Complete thread -- kind of sounds like, postero mease ally
Complete thread -- s/l posteronasally
Complete thread -- OPERATION: Right frontal ______ craniotomy for placement of sternal ventriculostomy
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- THank you
Complete thread -- med s/l fil las a tall
Complete thread -- triple match, small matching defects.
Complete thread -- s/l tidal 50 mg
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- There is test tube artifact. Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- ok ... thank you
Complete thread -- He is correcting himself: "Knot in his left leg, her left leg, excuse me."
Complete thread -- benign lupus anticoagulant is s/l test tube artifact TIA!
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ____ performed a synovectomy?
Complete thread -- Instructed ____ abdominal pain. (Don't know what but NOT surgical procedure)
Complete thread -- He was advised on reasons to return.
Complete thread -- ?I ended up? doing a CT ____ neck ___ is negative. There is a second ulcer??? Crappy
Complete thread -- He was advised on ?symptomatic? measures and prescribed Nexium.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- after "pizza for dinner" - He had a normal bowel movement ___ (I think)
Complete thread -- He denies symptoms clearly like this in the past. (maybe, not sure)
Complete thread -- The pain is isolated to the epigastric area, a little bit of radiation to the right upper
Complete thread -- white count 13,000 amylase and lipase within normal limits, total bilirubin 1.5,
Complete thread -- arrival. That was a little while after he ate some pizza for dinner.
Complete thread -- audio added+ msg
Complete thread -- This was debrided with a motorized shaver ____ synovectomy in the enti ...
Complete thread -- It should be...The right ankle stable to ligamentous testing, anterior ...
Complete thread -- very difficult to understand
Complete thread -- See msg - some of it....
Complete thread -- audio
Complete thread -- HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: This 42-year-old who started having pain ...
Complete thread -- The tongue was *reflected/resected* superiorly using Mickey Mouse retr ...
Complete thread -- The patient was identified in the preoperative area by name and by nam ...
Complete thread -- thanks darlene.
Complete thread -- thx for explanation....
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense.
Complete thread -- hyperechoic?
Complete thread -- help with 2nd sentence....makes no sense to me??
Complete thread -- Aspiration of a s/l hyper-uphoric nodule. nm
Complete thread -- POI just lucky catch after I read def. Your are an excellent helper for sure, yep
Complete thread -- THANKS SO MUCH!
Complete thread -- The chop block is one of the most dangerous plays in all of football
Complete thread -- A running back chopped his knee. (running back is a football player/position)
Complete thread -- This is a 42-year-old who started having pain....
Complete thread -- Pls help with wav 1. S/l running back chop??
Complete thread -- show me what you did get.
Complete thread -- i cant under stand first words that she told..
Complete thread -- give us, not up.
Complete thread -- you need to give up what you do know with appropriate blanks. I am
Complete thread -- what she is saying.. please help+ audio file
Complete thread -- Nice one
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- probably right darlene, nice catch. I never research the rest of a post.
Complete thread -- I was able to verify - see message
Complete thread -- perhaps there is a color called flesh No. 5?
Complete thread -- Endotracheal tube was secured with dental floss to her teeth. i ...
Complete thread -- I wonder if "sternal" ventriculostomy is "external"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- frontotemporal?
Complete thread -- frontal *twistura*l craniotomy for
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- layer?
Complete thread -- The syringes were allowed to stand in the upright position until the i ...
Complete thread -- "O" might be referring to "O'Sullivan (short cutting O'Sullivan-OConnor retractor
Complete thread -- Micropigmentation of left areola with *fresh-5* pigment. ...
Complete thread -- bullister (blister) of axilla - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- I think the last part is axilla
Complete thread -- psychiatric disease.. Arthritis, COPD, s/l billous travexila. Surgical history...
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Eprosartan? bendrofluazide? (am trying to guess what he meant to say based
Complete thread -- maybe bendroflumethiazide? I'd probably have to flag those. Awful butchering pronounciat
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's what I hear too. :-)
Complete thread -- I hear it now, but can't verify what I hear.
Complete thread -- he says persartan... (persantine?) ... bendrofuozole ? LOL.
Complete thread -- sorry, should be there now.
Complete thread -- can you hear your wav? I can't.
Complete thread -- Her current medications include amitriptyline, atenolol, diazepam, _____, _____, mult
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, poi!
Complete thread -- I hear "it appeared to bit (correct to get) effectively anatomic reduction.
Complete thread -- I don't hear the 'give' rather something like 'it appeared a bit', which makes no sense.
Complete thread -- It appeared to give?
Complete thread -- The closed reduction was gently performed under C-arm visualization. ___ and get
Complete thread -- Agree with ROTC
Complete thread -- Nice one! Maybe he was shortening it to "fluoro scintigraphy"
Complete thread -- Also sometimes pronounced "rotsee"
Complete thread -- ...has given little to no relief
Complete thread -- garden variety is an idiom that means common, unremarkable
Complete thread -- ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps)
Complete thread -- what is ropc?
Complete thread -- garden-variety??
Complete thread -- The patient has tried ibuprofen but states that this has given a littl ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Her QTc on her EKG is normal
Complete thread -- Her QTc? EKG? QTc and her EKG? QTc on her EKG? is normal
Complete thread -- I hear that now, but she doesn't mention coughing at all anywhere else. Weird.
Complete thread -- s/l (to me...) changed her mind & said even if she been coughing for 3 weeks, her ....
Complete thread -- Even if she did _____ for 3 weeks, her echocardiogram is normal
Complete thread -- Thanks, fgjjgj.
Complete thread -- I heard what you did.
Complete thread -- I think its fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- Does this sentence require a comma?
Complete thread -- Just making sure I hear correctly. Thanks
Complete thread -- Can't find anything that s/l that on google, but did find horizontal Nonius lines.
Complete thread -- s/l cold line or hold line, or ???
Complete thread -- yep, showed serratia and E.coli...
Complete thread -- he says macular degeneration OFTEN, and this is not one of those times. (sm)
Complete thread -- Serratia in there somewhere.
Complete thread -- google fenestrated 1010 drape (I think it is 1010 not 10-10)
Complete thread -- Yep, that's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't think so. amenorrhea would be that word.
Complete thread -- That makes sense. Thanks so much :) nm
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it's the size of the fenestration.
Complete thread -- ESL doc saying secondary menorrhagia, but ....see message
Complete thread -- Abd. exploration, "underlying fenestrated (s/l) *10-10* drape. nm
Complete thread -- the cultures came back as MRSA, but they also showed ___E. Coli sensit ...
Complete thread -- found this: A new clinical method, fluorescence perfusion scintigraphy (FLUPS).
Complete thread -- either way, I hear it too.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "fluoro-scintigraphy" but there's no such thing?
Complete thread -- scintigraphy, by definition, involves radioisotopes
Complete thread -- 9 Google hits for "macular derangement" as opposed to millions for degeneration.
Complete thread -- but, maybe he is saying BUS normal? (Bartholin, urethra, and Skene glands)
Complete thread -- wave cuts off way too early.
Complete thread -- I hear macular but that degeneration is really slurred...?
Complete thread -- not sure but I am hearing scintigraphy (not angiography)?
Complete thread -- macular degeneration
Complete thread -- MP3 again - different note, same word :)
Complete thread -- dorsal lithotomy ---- two words
Complete thread -- wav does not cover your blank
Complete thread -- genital normal, ______. Vagina normal
Complete thread -- sounds like a slur of degeneration and derangement. Degeneration makes better sense, imo.
Complete thread -- I have no idea what it is.
Complete thread -- MP3 - sm
Complete thread -- I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- I heard that also, as I told her below, but what is it?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- tahnk you f g j j g j so much!!!!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- structure declined and complexity increased?
Complete thread -- Yep, antibody-antibody was negative.
Complete thread -- pleas help!
Complete thread -- Mp3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- That's exactly what I hear her say, antibody-antibody?? Maybe if we had more of the wav?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- limited in her?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- She is ______ functional capacity
Complete thread -- (?antibody-antibody) was negative and this was without any treatment
Complete thread -- thanks. i guess i will leave it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, symptoms flare from time to time
Complete thread -- No help here. either he stuttered or what, I can't tell since we can't hear it.
Complete thread -- Since it is a quote, I'd keep it. Like a flaring up of her symptoms, I'd guess.
Complete thread -- pleas anyone have any help for me please????
Complete thread -- s/l flary
Complete thread -- moderate to severe
Complete thread -- ejection fraction 40%, _____ tricuspid regurgitation,
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- liver function tests which have normalized and at MMC (?antibody-antibody) was negati
Complete thread -- s/l "flicker off" pls sm for context
Complete thread -- FYI: If you had typed your exact s/l into Google, it would've gave you answer. :)
Complete thread -- Might be O, I thought U but never heard of U before. Probably O
Complete thread -- good ears! Couild it be so that the "O" retractor could be placed?
Complete thread -- I hear: The rectum was dissected off the cervix....
Complete thread -- enlarged so the ____ retractor could be placed and the
Complete thread -- incision was enlarged and the _____ retractor replaced......
Complete thread -- The incision was then _________ to be replaced
Complete thread -- The ________ was dissected off the cervix and the Mayos
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- advanced
Complete thread -- The patient with _____ COPD, hypertension, diabetes
Complete thread -- kind of reminds me of metoclopramide
Complete thread -- Proventil migh be in there somewhere
Complete thread -- s/l mectocoprovoint baby aspirin
Complete thread -- :) just lucky at times.
Complete thread -- Spetzler-Martin criteria easy find on GOOGLE.
Complete thread -- 13-year-old with AVM. "she has a s/l Spitler margin criteria 1. "
Complete thread -- good find, nm!
Complete thread -- Awesome!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- punctuation, meaning "slash" -- HIV/AIDS
Complete thread -- List of Dx: HIV s/l "oblique" AIDS. NM
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- found CK Post = Charles K. Post Addiction Treatment Center - oasas - New York State
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear "post" also -- maybe the name of a facility... where is this?
Complete thread -- sounds like a K to me... but no idea what that is.
Complete thread -- or CJ Post? whatever that is...
Complete thread -- CK Post?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear what fgjjgj hears.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- stated he got out of ___ and has been out of medication for the last
Complete thread -- cross might be ?? coursing, but a guess
Complete thread -- it appears to course anterior to the aorta, inserting leftward into the right...
Complete thread -- a bit too much static, all I could get is -aorta is turning leftward
Complete thread -- It appears to cross ____ the aorta ____ leftward to the right coronary sinus.
Complete thread -- maximum benefit is correct
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- budesonide ?
Complete thread -- Because it would come after the : (colon)
Complete thread -- been-os-uh-mide nasal irrigation TIA!
Complete thread -- likely is stretcher
Complete thread -- Just found that, thanks.
Complete thread -- why would U cap 'standard'?
Complete thread -- cYsticercosis
Complete thread -- Great, thank you!
Complete thread -- THat's it. Thanks a million
Complete thread -- cisticercosis
Complete thread -- but the goal here is to improve his symptoms.
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- not at all
Complete thread -- Hope this is better
Complete thread -- can you turn up the volume?
Complete thread -- Lap-Band AP is trademark. Maybe reword as Standard Lap-Band AP ??
Complete thread -- He understands that he can have a spinal fluid leak and there could be ...
Complete thread -- with low-profile port
Complete thread -- Implants: AP standard lap band _______
Complete thread -- thanks. I will listen again. His stuttering makes it truly hard to tell.
Complete thread -- But that's just a guess. Better wait for someone else to chime in.
Complete thread -- I think the last 2 sentences are one and there should be no period between post and cuts.
Complete thread -- reposted. The last 2 sentences need help
Complete thread -- I am going to repost. I think I have most of the words, just not how to make them
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I listened to it all before it was gone.
Complete thread -- to an outward?
Complete thread -- oops. I posted above instead of in my post. Sorry for the confusion. Appropriate
Complete thread -- did you have a chance to listen to the next sentence?
Complete thread -- Preliminary is not right. It is appropriate. He says it later in a different conte
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- X has done relatively well ____ observer over the past 14 months
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Anything after preliminary to make this read right!
Complete thread -- TENUATE DOSPAN
Complete thread -- That diastolic blood pressure of 30 seems pretty low. Might flag that. Guess it is
Complete thread -- Seems to be but not sure. I wonder if he or she could be correcting himself/herself and
Complete thread -- urine drug screen
Complete thread -- Please see
Complete thread -- LAB DATA: Reveals negative UDS on admission.
Complete thread -- what is the abbreviation of UDS?
Complete thread -- Diet medication s/l tenovac doseband? TIA
Complete thread -- you are amazing. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- polyethylene glycol . . . lactulose . . . are what I hear . . .
Complete thread -- doctor says "maximum benet" I am just wondering if there could be another word besid
Complete thread -- is status post kyphoplasty redundant here or is there a different meanin for the
Complete thread -- polyethylene, ___(vicor?/glicor), acetaminophen, ___(vagicose?) milk of magnesia.
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- EOMs, carotids, ectopy
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- flagged - thanks
Complete thread -- chest x-ray findings: Mild osseous demineralization. ___________________.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Definitely sounded like "Weiner" - maybe the news was on. nm
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l "peripheral subpleural increased interstitial.."
Complete thread -- A CT scan of the chest shows _____________of pleural increased interstitial changes
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- polyethylene glycol (MiraLax)
Complete thread -- aspirin, Bumex, lisinopril, Omega, Colace, theophylline _________ gly
Complete thread -- That makes the most sense too. Thanks again, poi.
Complete thread -- Maybe now you can hear it. It is weird.
Complete thread -- I listened to your wav - I would type as I suggested above.
Complete thread -- That's it. It certainly sounded like the first letter was a 'v'. Thank you!
Complete thread -- uveal?
Complete thread -- might want to check it, I don't hear anything.
Complete thread -- Poi, I posted my WAV. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- No s/l "view-vee-al" contents were protruding from the eye. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. It was even hard to determine hearing the dictationo. I can post if you want.
Complete thread -- my suggestion - but hard to tell when don't hear the dictation.
Complete thread -- No punctuation dictated. Which would be correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. That's it.
Complete thread -- of each year
Complete thread -- It is probably simple, but I can't hear it. Thank you. Pt with endometriosis.
Complete thread -- Heaney clamp?
Complete thread -- Good. Now I don't feel so bad.
Complete thread -- Had to leave blank. nm
Complete thread -- Oophorectomy & salpingectomy: A s/l *Weiner* clamp was introduced /sm
Complete thread -- Actually, the OP suspected that there was another word before nodules, so she went with
Complete thread -- very good on s/l "nm" sm expansing definition for next time
Complete thread -- oh, thought you were saying I had oop'ed :)
Complete thread -- Why the
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. I will just flag to make sure.
Complete thread -- I have heard it before and gave it to the doctor...but not so sure it is a real word.
Complete thread -- s/l acromialization?
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- The inion is the most prominent projection of the occipital bone at the posterioinferior (
Complete thread -- looking for s/l inium (inn-ee-um) structure in the brain sm plse
Complete thread -- Rehab note for pt with TBI. She received helmet to wear when out of bed /sm
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I'd do it +1/4
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- The patient has plus 1/4 dorsalis pedis and posterior tibial pulses.
Complete thread -- thyroid nodules
Complete thread -- I think the sound file is so bad that nobody is going to be able to help you. We don't
Complete thread -- thank you. i flagged
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I got my answer, so feel free to put yours back up. Thanks for letting me go first.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- having had nodules
Complete thread -- I think it might be NODULES
Complete thread -- I need help desperately and my file is due, but it is so confusing
Complete thread -- "near" bilateral laminectomies: Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- I listened, but... I can't make heads nor tails out of what she said. sorry
Complete thread -- It's all confusing to me. You're on your own,
Complete thread -- Past medical history is significant for him having ____ and is being followed.
Complete thread -- I accidentally just posted a wav on top of yours since I thought you were done. Please put
Complete thread -- anybody??? Please???
Complete thread -- one more question. The next sentence he says C7-T1 "minor ridge" Did you ever hear
Complete thread -- I am questioning the "noninterventional" or "nonventral" and does he mean to delete
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- IgNoRe. Sorry.
Complete thread -- spinal canal compression, ventral penile ridge without cord compression.
Complete thread -- ventral canal ridge without cord compression. There are no significant abnormalities.
Complete thread -- can you please help me make out thihs WAV. Thanks so mu
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Coronary arteries seen and are normal?
Complete thread -- awesome, thankyou!
Complete thread -- There is no pericardial effusion noted. ____ are normal.
Complete thread -- I think he does mean that but those aren't really "illnesses." More like conditions, so
Complete thread -- so then what about the stuff that follows, the mild eczema and stuff, leave as one senence
Complete thread -- There is not any background illness is what I hear.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!! Have a GREAT day :)
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- ahhhh
Complete thread -- embolism or aneurysm in there? (is this an echocardiogram?)
Complete thread -- Lambl's excrescences (excrescences of Lambl's)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- cardio help
Complete thread -- sm (retina)
Complete thread -- Sometimes when they say it fast, it s/l wren-chin-o-grams
Complete thread -- I think that's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- "when she describe" is not proper English. It's not short speak.
Complete thread -- Listen for something like this
Complete thread -- ?fiber
Complete thread -- thank you nm!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- based?
Complete thread -- No overt delusions?
Complete thread -- Thought content: _______ delusions
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1st is "open bracket TOP (spells TOP). new line... She had..
Complete thread -- Is the patient normally delusional? l don't see how "normal" would fit
Complete thread -- last three weeks has been noted ____. session on the weekend with several additional
Complete thread -- s/l abdominal base reconstruction (see message)
Complete thread -- for a week in May 2013?
Complete thread -- I think it is fine with the comma and understanding that the pregnancy is current.
Complete thread -- Hmm could be, but maybe it is just the way it is pronounced. Thx
Complete thread -- roentgenograms
Complete thread -- s/l rim??nograms??
Complete thread -- laments?
Complete thread -- pathologic s/l sigh-bow of the Dupuytren's. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thought content: *normal* delusions
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Hospital for a ________. The patient has a past history of outpatient
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. I understood what he meant but wasn't sure if it was clear enough to leave that wa
Complete thread -- no homicidal ideation. *Adequate recoginiz* and intelligence
Complete thread -- ? admitted
Complete thread -- by drinking alcohol or again on alcohol
Complete thread -- Who asked you. It is STILL an incomplete sentence, no matter how many times THEY do it.
Complete thread -- 26 years until 2008 when he slowly relapsed *by gaining* alcohol.
Complete thread -- They dictate that way allll the time (short speak) Seen that TV sm
Complete thread -- The patient *ra meant* that he has been feeling intensely depressed
Complete thread -- Chiari malformation t the age of 12, at the end of her pregnancy (coming in) for
Complete thread -- incomplete sentence. not good. she describeS a dull pressure exertion under
Complete thread -- with the normality, most likely it is something along the lines of no acute distress or n
Complete thread -- alert and oriented with **sort of distress**. Skin: No cyanosis
Complete thread -- increments=increase or addition, esp. one of a series on a fixed scale.
Complete thread -- perhaps missed a word? dull pressure ON exertion (makes sense
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- what is "increment" - that does not seem to fit there.
Complete thread -- Coronary artery disease, status post angioplasty.
Complete thread -- dull pressure sensation maybe
Complete thread -- not at all. The whole sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- " dull pressure exertion" is it a correct sentence?
Complete thread -- I'd just put a comma after 12
Complete thread -- symptoms and signs suggestive of unstable angina.
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- Is this sentence okay or does it sound like she was pregnant at 12?
Complete thread -- x1. PVCs. There were no acute ST-segment changes or T-wave abnormalities.
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- They say it both ways. Think he says caval. Either way is
Complete thread -- thanks. thats what I wrote "cava filter". Do you hear that?
Complete thread -- AP/PA/___ (not sure other one)?
Complete thread -- Guess he's just saying "caval filter," probably meaning IVC (inferior vena cava filter)
Complete thread -- Alcohol, cocaine, opiate, benzo(diazepine), cannabis dependence for detox(ification).
Complete thread -- I added a wav
Complete thread -- surgical history: "Cable filter"???
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- The syndesmosis screws were removed in their entirety without complica ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "and" (I wrote that weird above)
Complete thread -- I hear and anterior and mediolateral gutter.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- There are pockets on the sides of the joint referred to as the medial and lateral gutters
Complete thread -- A shaver was used to remove the scar tissue and synovitis from the *an ...
Complete thread -- got it, Pletal
Complete thread -- meloxicam, atorvastatin, ____________, and hydrocodone
Complete thread -- antibodies
Complete thread -- I cannot tell if doc is saying antibiotics or antibodies sm
Complete thread -- I think that's really it: intra-articular tear. Thanks a million!
Complete thread -- :) At least you heard something that made sense, unlike what I heard as a
Complete thread -- I just wrote you a long response and it's not showing. No energy to write it out again,
Complete thread -- When I was a beginner at this, my co-workers would get mad as hell at me if I told them
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'll buy that.
Complete thread -- OCT shows marked swelling of the left macula and thinning at the ___ of the right
Complete thread -- intra-articular tear?
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- I know. Believe me, I wouldn't have wondered otherwise. lol
Complete thread -- I wondered that too, since he said external-ward before
Complete thread -- I actually agree that "internal" is in there. Surely not saying "internal-ward" is he?
Complete thread -- Shoulder glenohumeral debridement, subacromial decompression, release of coracoacromi
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input. Sending on.
Complete thread -- On listening again, I agree he's saying the primary PROBLEM
Complete thread -- can you try re-posting your wav now?
Complete thread -- He's saying "the primary" and think he's just stumbling, saying it could be a consequence
Complete thread -- agree - primary problem causing the burning... if you haven't already flagged
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. going to flag
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't hear it either. He is stumbling there.
Complete thread -- Thanks, fgjjgj
Complete thread -- could he be saying problem?
Complete thread -- thanks, it's back up
Complete thread -- Pretty sure rotator is in there, not sure of the internal...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I am not quite sure of it, but it may be it.
Complete thread -- If you can put it back up, perhaps others will listen.
Complete thread -- I couldn't get yours at all, its too mumbled (along with the eating sounds)
Complete thread -- internal rotator?
Complete thread -- I'm still waiting for some help with my wav
Complete thread -- Forgot to mention: Wav is posted
Complete thread -- Shoulder glenohumeral debridement, subacromial decompression, release of coracoacromi
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- what town in Indiana? Is it a place called "The Outlook" on that street?
Complete thread -- mid-to-late October
Complete thread -- That is what I thought. His whole thing is confusing. I will flag this spot.
Complete thread -- tract would be like a tunnel. i dont see that either word really fits.
Complete thread -- if he'd quit chomping those chips.... crunch crunch crunch. I can't get
Complete thread -- or it could represent primary _____ causing the burning in her feet
Complete thread -- That is what I went with.
Complete thread -- Not much help but the 0 towns in Indiana are these.
Complete thread -- tract or tracked. I am thinking the latter. Normally I have no problem with this!
Complete thread -- looking for address s/l the outlook on east 6th street in indiana
Complete thread -- you're absolutely right - my error
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! She does not even pause to give a clue.
Complete thread -- Intrauterine pregnancy (40-5/7 weeks), labor, breech presentation
Complete thread -- pregnancy 40-5/7 weeks, labor, breech
Complete thread -- mental capacity?
Complete thread -- If you say it could be septum, don't know why you think septa doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- where would you comma on this? I am so new to gyn!
Complete thread -- Yep. Same report, different place in report. Sounds different in different place.
Complete thread -- sent in, thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thyroid, (sure, thyroid hormone)
Complete thread -- There are intermuscular septa in the thigh but other post said destroy something such as
Complete thread -- In the thigh.
Complete thread -- should be there now
Complete thread -- Which would be more correct? Neuro or neural?
Complete thread -- where is the cellulitis?
Complete thread -- Ha ha. I just posted in your other thread that it seemed like septa but didn't think it
Complete thread -- We will inject, going after the s/l septa to destroy the cellulitis. TIA!
Complete thread -- I thought it looked like mispronunciation of septa, plural of septum, but that makes no
Complete thread -- the old wav file is still there.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- and if she had a preference for position, she loves playing shortstop.
Complete thread -- for position. She loves playing ...
Complete thread -- She is currently taking only cabergoline, ____, and naproxen p.r.n.
Complete thread -- She says that the pain is worse after catching and that she had a pref ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hanging
Complete thread -- Have no idea what a thigh injection would destroy!
Complete thread -- When her feet are ________ while sitting
Complete thread -- cefdinir?
Complete thread -- inject to destroy something such as s/l sef-tie TIA!
Complete thread -- you are correct, bactrim DS and SS. Could have googled it also
Complete thread -- googled Overlook Hospital Rim and RIMM was one of the first that popped up
Complete thread -- amazing! thank you!How did you find that? I searched on google?
Complete thread -- Rimm-Rehabilitation Institute at Morristown Memorial Hospital at 100 Madison Ave,
Complete thread -- Nj area, Overlook Hospital and then patient will go to "RIM". Is that a rehab
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much. I will go with mult and flag.
Complete thread -- Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) is a surgical technique for the removal of certain cutaneo
Complete thread -- sounds like "molts" to me??
Complete thread -- okay, is there anyone else that can listen in to my wav and tell me if it sounds like
Complete thread -- I thank both of you very much.... But I hear an "lt"... Do you not?
Complete thread -- See what I mean, OP? Hope you waited. This is a much better
Complete thread -- Yes, mult is in Stedman's Abbreviations as an abbreviation for multiple. As I said, he
Complete thread -- might be saying "Mohs resection of tumor"
Complete thread -- and I forgot to add "Thank you, kind soul, for trying to figure it out"
Complete thread -- I also hear "quote unquote", which he often says but I am not sure what mult is.
Complete thread -- If anyone else is here, or comes along, please listen and give your opinion to the OP on
Complete thread -- Or "mult" resection rather than multiple, I mean. Mult is an abbreviation for
Complete thread -- Not sure. Maybe he wants it in quotes because he's reading it that way - "mult resection
Complete thread -- "____resection of tumor?"
Complete thread -- i do and thank you!!
Complete thread -- Are you sure you posted that here because that's pretty common (DS is double strength)?
Complete thread -- I don't know if you still have the report or not (just got here) but I think "Aleve p.r.n.
Complete thread -- anybody??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I am sorry. I did not see you posted a longer wav, so I just posted my question. My apol
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Current Medications: ___ p.r.n. simvastatin.
Complete thread -- Saying Tolin Sullivan, can't document.
Complete thread -- (thin) septations.
Complete thread -- Bilateral renal cysts, some of which contained ___ were noted. ...
Complete thread -- i posted longer wav - tyvm
Complete thread -- can you post a longer wav (does he start with "colon"?)
Complete thread -- can't find referring doctor in nj
Complete thread -- months ago i posted a question about what SS means here and nobody knew
Complete thread -- that's what I'm wondering, based on mention of organ donation
Complete thread -- Oh, I like that wag, but I guess it would mean the procedure was done to see if the
Complete thread -- ?brain dead
Complete thread -- I was responded to comment made by "grrrr" so don't worry about it.
Complete thread -- Wishing to know what the OP went with, and answering comment made by another helper, is
Complete thread -- sure did look all I can think of is some type of tatoo placed maybe but not helpful here
Complete thread -- stop being confrontational bigguess, just want to fight right
Complete thread -- center arterial pressure (CAP)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I am not going to make?
Complete thread -- I do not ____ make any additional recommendations.
Complete thread -- ? Branded?
Complete thread -- Then you probably should have returned to say you were flagging it or whatever you were
Complete thread -- sorry... I don't hold onto a report for an hour
Complete thread -- it would be a guess on my part too as it is not listed in meds
Complete thread -- sorry, but no, not patient's name
Complete thread -- it is standard nomenclature (what makes you think it's slang?)
Complete thread -- going with cap, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think you're right with Mestinon.
Complete thread -- We have also added extended release ____ 180 mg daily for better symptomatic control
Complete thread -- s/l "arterial cap"
Complete thread -- I thought the above guesser's idea made more sense, something saying the patient
Complete thread -- Yeah, I can hear that now. I'm glad you got it.
Complete thread -- gotta love when the OP either says yes or no, you are right, or you aren't.
Complete thread -- got it--Lenox Hill. It's in NY. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Is this in PA? Sounds kind of like Excela?
Complete thread -- She emergently brought him _____ where he underwent an emergent MRI
Complete thread -- good going!
Complete thread -- another big guess - could it be his name, like Mr. Pond is currently working?
Complete thread -- found it--Biogen Idec. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- myogenetic?
Complete thread -- s/l myojin idak
Complete thread -- Opana?
Complete thread -- YES! THANK YOU! I was trying all sorts of spellings and could not find. THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- Satohap?
Complete thread -- s/l sottle hop
Complete thread -- s/l colons
Complete thread -- s/l pond ??
Complete thread -- I was thinking there's no period after E, E coli, but I could be
Complete thread -- Nevermind! I think she is saying posterior iliac (only smooshing it together)
Complete thread -- Need help with bone marrow biopsy
Complete thread -- E. coli and not slang
Complete thread -- i know what it is...wasnt sure if it short form (e coli) would be considered slang
Complete thread -- Premarin?
Complete thread -- continued with s/l prep-er-in cream to be applied twice a week. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- cottonmouth?
Complete thread -- Benadryl push with s/l cot-ment TIA!
Complete thread -- Escherichia coli is a Gram-negative, facultative anaerobic, rod-shaped bacterium
Complete thread -- mind blank E. coli, e. Coli, E. Coli, and is this slang?
Complete thread -- Could be...
Complete thread -- I found it, Barrx. :)
Complete thread -- radiofrequency ablation or *barak* versus Nissen fundoplication.
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- (azelastine) Astelin?
Complete thread -- s/l uh-las-tee nasal spray TIA!
Complete thread -- Possibly U for Ultra but I have no
Complete thread -- *got
Complete thread -- Right, go that part, but the "U" sound is throwing me.
Complete thread -- ____B complex - vitamin?
Complete thread -- Med list - Viagra, ______, flax seeds, probiotics, etodolac, methocarbamol
Complete thread -- Also, I never said anything about the poster being a native or non-native English speaker.
Complete thread -- I *heard* the wav when it was up.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- Looks like Laboratoires SEBBIN
Complete thread -- 400 cc textured saline implants – *Laboratoire Serbin* (dictator spell ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, darlene. That means a lot! sm
Complete thread -- for next time, can also check internet-- whonamedit.com
Complete thread -- It was add on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Shur-Clens
Complete thread -- ohhh very unkind post, you are "assuming" Taj is non English speaking and sm
Complete thread -- Prior to the removal of the capsule, the pocket had been washed with a ...
Complete thread -- signed, glad already over the minimum required number
Complete thread -- just found this on google, perhaps add on s/l is additional sm
Complete thread -- hmm. IS having ablation of two areas but sm
Complete thread -- I actually hear that pronunciation more often than not and had forgotten it's not the
Complete thread -- Electrophysiology study. S/l add on ablation, or at on ablation
Complete thread -- for next time, example of ARBs sm
Complete thread -- very GOOD on S/l oscar, I sure did not get it, even tho I know def.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I thought of that but wasn't quite sure.
Complete thread -- marked (saying it as mar-ked instead of mark'd)
Complete thread -- Help with wav please
Complete thread -- eh, brachial/cubital... glad you got your word.
Complete thread -- Went back and listened -it's definitely cubital! Thanks guys. Love this site.
Complete thread -- more help (see link)
Complete thread -- cubital? As in brachial?
Complete thread -- I also agree with brachial (SM)
Complete thread -- brachial?
Complete thread -- thanks - my weakest specialty
Complete thread -- "and CAPI"=MCA PI?
Complete thread -- ESL help
Complete thread -- sounds like CAPI (spells an acronym) plse sm for context
Complete thread -- great catch on that word. have a good one ODB!
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- True. I had a dictator in the past who used it innumerably in each report. I'm sure I
Complete thread -- and you as well :)
Complete thread -- So glad I could help. It was a good s/l. Have a good weekend everyone, I am outta here!
Complete thread -- On oscar you rock! Never in a million years would I have gotten this. Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- I have one doc that dictates "otherwise" for everything - SM
Complete thread -- iontophoresis
Complete thread -- I think dictator may be using it in the sense that "otherwise, plan is that...," but
Complete thread -- this is the entire note - thanks for trying to help me :)
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- I think that is a terrible usage of otherwise, otherwise from what? but if I have to choo
Complete thread -- Exactly what part of the OT are they trying to do? what is the OT for?
Complete thread -- Not sure if this should be one or two sentences.
Complete thread -- Occupational note therapy inside please
Complete thread -- myocardial
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l myoclone necrosis
Complete thread -- Yep, and I have one doc who always puts peripheral pulses under CV too.
Complete thread -- and "h-s" could possibly sound like 'chest' when sounded out
Complete thread -- chest wall tenderness is all I can think?
Complete thread -- s/l T H S wall tenderness
Complete thread -- Taj needs to step back and learn English better first then. That last sentence was
Complete thread -- Thanks much!
Complete thread -- excursive
Complete thread -- s/l ** GER - sive ** movements
Complete thread -- worked for me too
Complete thread -- We are currently experiencing network issues affecting some users.
Complete thread -- hmm....works for me - 20 Unexpected Uses for Cinnamon
Complete thread -- supplement
Complete thread -- link is down?
Complete thread -- Thanks for pointing that out. It doesn't fit any of her history
Complete thread -- I've heard cinnamon listed in medications; just be sure it is not Sinemet.
Complete thread -- well, guess it can be, new to me.
Complete thread -- Thank you. You are a great American for doing that!
Complete thread -- Is cinnamon a herbal supplement or is there a medication that sounds like it?
Complete thread -- good catch - hope the op saw it.
Complete thread -- JVD is a symptom of a heart abnormality so it works there.
Complete thread -- nm you are a lifesaver!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- shouldn't JVD be on neck exam?
Complete thread -- That's fine; technically not "heart" but JVD is a cardiovascular finding, can go there.
Complete thread -- Gelusil
Complete thread -- doc said on exam: HEART: Regular rate. No JVD. ???
Complete thread -- has some form of nonspecific dyspeptic symptom relieved by taking ___
Complete thread -- yes!! LOL thank you!!
Complete thread -- thanks for posting
Complete thread -- ?matriculated
Complete thread -- She has "ventriculated" through our entire hospital system.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- enucleation (thus the prosthesis)
Complete thread -- it's continue aspirin, STATIN, and beta blocker (not aspirin stat)
Complete thread -- eye procedure
Complete thread -- Yes. Good ears.
Complete thread -- I think this is "No significant"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- severe LV dysfunction?
Complete thread -- duh... guess this is settings
Complete thread -- patient is on BiPAP. *sightings of * 18/8 with FiO2 of 50
Complete thread -- bare metal stent to her LAD, *severely* dysfunction, ejection of 30%,
Complete thread -- regular rhythm. _____ JVD.
Complete thread -- Well, oscar, that was a great wag!! That's it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks to all that tried - flagging
Complete thread -- wag - over a fence?
Complete thread -- shoulder injury
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- duh, sorry
Complete thread -- yes, to "trend" means to watch the results and see what the trend is.
Complete thread -- angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) are used for hypertension
Complete thread -- Will obtain echocardiogram and *trend* his biomarkers as well.
Complete thread -- will add back his *A R B* after his cath
Complete thread -- history of heart valve repair in 2007, ____________ replacement in 2011, MI in 2005
Complete thread -- Many MTs use Express Scribe. I haven't used it for a long time but
Complete thread -- Thunderbeat appears pretty new (from Japan). Perhaps we'll start to see it replace
Complete thread -- taj is a beginner and is learning the profession. Let's be nice.
Complete thread -- It depends on what you're talking about - the name can be spelled either way.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- hypostaining (but not a really real word)
Complete thread -- Thunderbeat
Complete thread -- Lugol’s solution revealed no areas of *hypo seening*
Complete thread -- I don't know but advise not to google 'thunder beads'
Complete thread -- which is the best player for voice files in MT? ...
Complete thread -- s/l thunder beads? (radical nephrectomy)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just checking, thanks.
Complete thread -- I normally hear that hyperventilation is (or sometimes is not) performed on
Complete thread -- Another way of doing it.
Complete thread -- EEG: Hypoventilation or hyperventilation and photic stimulation?
Complete thread -- That's probably it, just mispronouncing term. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm glad it was helpful. You will improve
Complete thread -- telangiectasias
Complete thread -- NEUROLOGIC: The patient is awake and alert. (He says "neuro"). This is normally listed
Complete thread -- radiation changes with s/l tell-ec-tasias TIA!
Complete thread -- Billybob, I hope you don't mind my posting this link, but if you have to delete it, I
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- Please sign petition to remove government ties to Monsanto. Link inside.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Some more help for you:
Complete thread -- thank u very much
Complete thread -- grandchildren, serve on boards of directors... , and is a college graduate.
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- than you
Complete thread -- wow. sorry, but this is not the profession for you.
Complete thread -- plz help for missing words
Complete thread -- So 2 Ns then? I seen someone said 1 N, but it seems like everyone else agrees on 2.
Complete thread -- and Johann...
Complete thread -- Paul is discussed in the link I provided above
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you.
Complete thread -- Wiltse
Complete thread -- s/l will-see approach?
Complete thread -- Their eponym book has that one as Hoffmann also. Sounds about right for Stedman's.
Complete thread -- it is correct however
Complete thread -- Hoffmann....
Complete thread -- Sted's put out "Stedman's Medical Eponyms" back in late 1990s and lists Johann Hoffmann
Complete thread -- Show QA that...and fight it.
Complete thread -- with one N, Stedmans has:
Complete thread -- Stedman's 6.0 has:
Complete thread -- apparently, there is a Paul and a Johann (Both are spelled Hoffmann)
Complete thread -- Also, I suspect QA is using Wikipedia as a reliable source, and it's not reliable.
Complete thread -- Sorry, it's Johann Hoffmann, but still spelled correctly.
Complete thread -- Two. Show her this. Link enclosed
Complete thread -- Hoffmann or Hoffman? I say 2 Ns, but QA keeps fighting me about it.
Complete thread -- there are online places that allow you to type whenever and how much Y ...
Complete thread -- thanks. New account for me! Wow. Am flagging everything I am unsure of.
Complete thread -- (not diameter)
Complete thread -- rubber dam and a mouth prop? not sure on prop but it is a rubber dam
Complete thread -- the dental treatment was started... is the 1st one
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much for your research and help!
Complete thread -- found OcuDyne, which is some allergy brand or some such, and when dictated, those letters
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear
Complete thread -- Need confirmation that it is......"Talwin, Talacen." Thanks
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Codeine, morphine, s/l "Talwin, _____, Bactrim.
Complete thread -- Medication spelled o-c-u-t-i-n-e
Complete thread -- the patient resisted homicidality?
Complete thread -- recivitidy (recidivism) of
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient *resited* of homicidality
Complete thread -- yeah, found that right away but first name was so off, I didn't think possibly could be
Complete thread -- found it! Mustapha Karanouh
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- , mainly?
Complete thread -- Delirium NOS, rule out dementia, mixed type ______vascular with the delirium.
Complete thread -- This is a doctor that sounds like Carinu Karenu in/around Concord New Hampshire
Complete thread -- check archives, this has been asked before.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ? dull ache
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't have MS Word (will have to buy it if this place hires me, they require it
Complete thread -- lightheadedness
Complete thread -- breath, palpitations, ______ or recent syncope.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I think I hear "metacarpophalangeal" flexion now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Seems like there may be brief cut-off of dictation perhaps?
Complete thread -- That's it! ....and failure to regain flexion. Thanks
Complete thread -- I have all my shortcuts in MS Word autocorrect, have done it that way for years.
Complete thread -- in attempt to regain flexion?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- and failure?
Complete thread -- Now I hear s/l "and tired". Still need help here. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer. Will paste wav when post above is answered. I think there is a
Complete thread -- s/l 'and tendons' This would not make sense in this sentence though.
Complete thread -- carpophalangeal
Complete thread -- "cope-phalangeal flexion" Tendon repair of finger.
Complete thread -- Most likely YAG laser
Complete thread -- excision of skin mass with gag/yag razor/laser. No complication.TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Question about side transcription job
Complete thread -- true he is making up a word not found in dictionary, but I would
Complete thread -- syncopized
Complete thread -- VR puts syncopized yesterday. Never heard that before but patient did pass out the day
Complete thread -- CT scan of the head was performed because the patient states she is having a sm
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense, but its your choice.
Complete thread -- bit of s/l de-lake over the left chest TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks all, I am going to flag, doc is pretty clear but it doesn't make sense. thanks
Complete thread -- (I think L4 might possibly be not correct since diabetic complications would affect more
Complete thread -- or diabetes complications are for lumbar root....
Complete thread -- L-4?
Complete thread -- Diabetes Complications: s/l Arfor lumbar root paresthesias but normal sensation.
Complete thread -- found this on a plastic surg site:
Complete thread -- agree with deposition
Complete thread -- dehiscence?
Complete thread -- desiccation?
Complete thread -- PubMed shows 2 preferred, 1 acceptable, but that's not "definitive" answer you want.
Complete thread -- wag deposition?
Complete thread -- Patient has s/l dec-uh-sition of the platysma. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- swath
Complete thread -- Never mind, figured it out - adiposity
Complete thread -- Word help s/l "ada-cosity
Complete thread -- ERCB lengthening, elbow
Complete thread -- just found it! Heineke-Mikulicz
Complete thread -- s/l ** HY-nick-ee / MEEK-a-luck ** stricturoplasty
Complete thread -- Discs had sharp margins bilaterally. - found a sample.
Complete thread -- Optimus -- see link
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. 2nd opinion for epilepsy
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- ^^ which makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- could it be ...a cyst 'lined' with verruca ....?
Complete thread -- sudden exit of injection, the dye
Complete thread -- I googled and binged and see nothing with cyst "line"
Complete thread -- pathology s/l cyst "line" sm
Complete thread -- This is what I found googling. see msg
Complete thread -- I found Vac-Pac (a pad that is sorta like a blow-up mattress) to put under
Complete thread -- I think the issue becomes when even QAs do not even agree and one will ding you
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone.
Complete thread -- I don't think it matters - go by your account or QA.
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard of a vacuum kidney rest?
Complete thread -- Okay, once and for all - plantarflexion or plantar flexion? I see this both ways... - sm
Complete thread -- with sudden s/l*sudden exertive** injection the dye was seen to ascend right up to th
Complete thread -- I had side. Just questioned it. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- in the left side (after he stumbles on it twice)
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- not sure on your word, but (SM)
Complete thread -- s/l optimis procedure.....sm
Complete thread -- I don't see it in the new BOS, and I use it as 1 word.
Complete thread -- avidity?
Complete thread -- I'm still using 2 words, haven't heard otherwise (but don't have current BOS)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- physical therapy, Neurontin, and possible injection to back.
Complete thread -- physical therapy, _____, and possible injection to back.
Complete thread -- NM - SUV
Complete thread -- PET scan showed FDG avidity with s/l SGV of 3.3. TIA!
Complete thread -- plantarflexion - Anyone with a current BOS or...
Complete thread -- vacuum setting, was vacuumed perfectly clean
Complete thread -- Residual cortical material was still seen on the posterior capsule. U ...
Complete thread -- I agree.. my answer does fit glaucoma more. but the "ness" is what made me guess the
Complete thread -- or...no "strider" - same difference. anyway, I agree with flagging.
Complete thread -- because in your original post you said "no audible stridor"... which is what he said, but
Complete thread -- I heard "no", not "no audible" and it seems to contradict his impression
Complete thread -- odd..you said you heard it in the original post.
Complete thread -- yup, if I can't hear, gotta flag it.
Complete thread -- you are exactly right. he is saying no audible stridor. so, you may choose to flag since
Complete thread -- well, that's 2 people who agree on what he's saying. your call...but...
Complete thread -- I listen to him every day and I just can't hear that. Will let you know.
Complete thread -- Will turn report in to QA. Thanks.
Complete thread -- then OP should have the integrity to address it directly to poster or billybob
Complete thread -- that's what I hear, too
Complete thread -- I have the same problem sometimes. Will repost again.
Complete thread -- I can't get rid of that last wav posted (refreshing won't kick it out)
Complete thread -- you could just use a slash/ facetectomies/foraminotomies
Complete thread -- thanks to all. Fixed the stridor, but will flag the first word.
Complete thread -- Wow, you're hearing 3 more syllables than I am.
Complete thread -- Something needed between...medial facetectomies foraminotomies??
Complete thread -- Knee arthroscopy (again! last time)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I settled for: They were stable throughout a range of motion
Complete thread -- which were (and were?) stable throughout range of motion
Complete thread -- no audible stridor
Complete thread -- for a range of motion?
Complete thread -- Not sure, except to say that stridor is usually a pretty significant finding, indicating
Complete thread -- Knee arthroscopy. Thank you
Complete thread -- couldn't catch what he says, but it is stridOr, not Er
Complete thread -- LUNGS: Reveal slightly diminished breath sounds. ______ strider.
Complete thread -- I noticed that the other day when she gave difference between effect/affect and felt it
Complete thread -- mostly because she posts answers that have NOTHING to do with the questions asked. She
Complete thread -- Prepositional phrase
Complete thread -- Maybe some are hoping she is hearing it.
Complete thread -- mean girl
Complete thread -- What is so terrible about anything she's posted today - "gross (visible)"??? Lol, big deal
Complete thread -- what, no link to support the definitions of SGOT and SGPT?
Complete thread -- colore me confused, but what does "beyond the pale" mean?
Complete thread -- If there was nothing to bash, no one would say anything. I've passed over her
Complete thread -- Seriously doubt most of you would even comment if she didn't use her name. I think some of
Complete thread -- I don't think it can be both. Just like, can you have
Complete thread -- OP, I'd say you're definitely an expert on "very rude."
Complete thread -- lmbo!
Complete thread -- 'nite odb
Complete thread -- pooh. ban her, not bad her.
Complete thread -- Maybe not bad her, but make all her posts come with a disclaimer. Warning, these answers
Complete thread -- she's too busy defending herself.
Complete thread -- You're not fooling anyone. Using that fake ID.
Complete thread -- next, she'll post a google link defining "irks the *iss" for us...
Complete thread -- Question was answered with/because of definition, can't grasp that?
Complete thread -- NOBODY is calling the OP stupid, yet Darlene treats them as stupid with her answers
Complete thread -- thanks! Good way to end my day... 'night, all.
Complete thread -- this is true, even though it irks the *iss outta me.
Complete thread -- why do you refer to yourself in the third person - you ARE Darlene
Complete thread -- good ears ODB!!
Complete thread -- there IS no defense, but at least she keeps this board entertaining some days.
Complete thread -- stalker, not fooling anybody, just read her posts (usually double and triple sequencing)
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much! He most likely did say 'heart' first, then changed to cardiac.
Complete thread -- what's hilarious is D thinks there is just 1 person that "stalks" her.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- LOLOL. Obviously you have problems with comprehension. If I have "head" problems, then
Complete thread -- there you go AGAIN, calling the OP "STUPID" You have a head problem for sure, can tell by
Complete thread -- a few????? few????????????
Complete thread -- no, no... he is saying "heart" and then changing mind to "cardiac" -- I think
Complete thread -- hot?? wow.
Complete thread -- but that, in no way, is in her defense
Complete thread -- I truly she really believes she is helping the OP by
Complete thread -- Posted wav now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- we have all had a few "stupid" answers, though the intention was good.
Complete thread -- ooh, yeah, better - that would explain the 'd' sound at the end
Complete thread -- you and me both! and just a couple seconds late...
Complete thread -- or enlarged ?
Complete thread -- maybe large? (never can tell the way some ESLs pronounce things, right?)
Complete thread -- Bronchoscopy
Complete thread -- why does bb not ban darlene. shes
Complete thread -- aw crap, my great idea of the day LOL
Complete thread -- oh, thanks, it is gone, gggrrrrrhhhhh
Complete thread -- wait wait - don't flag - I think it is acetic acid
Complete thread -- acetic acid ?? all I could come up with
Complete thread -- flagged.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l she-kapsa ?
Complete thread -- Wouldn't that be more likely if context was glaucoma/cataract as opposed to eye trauma?
Complete thread -- and recurrent hemoptysis instead of ___and hemoptysis?
Complete thread -- left chest and *record* and hemoptysis
Complete thread -- "silly" is a nice word for it. She's out of her mind.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- how silly - you don't know who poster is
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Gosh< I think THIS would have been the best answer.
Complete thread -- got it. Internal rotation in flexion, external rotation in flexion
Complete thread -- The blanks sounds like IRF slash ERF. It could ARF or ARS or ERF
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- looks like making up word for peaked pupil
Complete thread -- opaqueness?
Complete thread -- Pt punched in both eyes
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Agree. The pt is being seen for SOMEthing!
Complete thread -- saying something like 135 mL per hour or one-hundred something-5
Complete thread -- currently normal saline at 100 *tida neek* 5 mL per hour,
Complete thread -- hyperextends negative 2 degrees and flexes to 140 degrees
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was not sure if she was changing her mind or not.
Complete thread -- hyperextends and flexes to 140 degrees
Complete thread -- the area in parenthesis is what I was questioning.
Complete thread -- wav file. I think she is changing her mind. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- more like same day, same BS...
Complete thread -- now that makes more sense. ;) the spondylolisthesis is at the L4-5 ids with degeneration
Complete thread -- nevermind; he corrects self to say Greenfield filter placed
Complete thread -- on PMH doc says gram filter placed in the aorta.
Complete thread -- Sorry should read.....L5-S1, calcified aorta..??
Complete thread -- oops. should have been L5-S1 aorta.
Complete thread -- spondylolisthesis grade 1 (at) L4-5 intervertebral disc space, (and) degeneration (at) L5-
Complete thread -- The patient was put on clobazam, which is a clue of a diagnosis or something related.
Complete thread -- could it be "in this quadrant"? (if a quadrant was mentioned previously)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- I'd say discordant as in incongrous finding.
Complete thread -- "couldn't" not couldn'the(darn that shorthand sometimes) :(
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! I researched both before asking but I couldn'the quite get it.
Complete thread -- discordant or discoordinate....see inside
Complete thread -- yep yep
Complete thread -- She gets some type of monetary compensation from Google everytime she does that.
Complete thread -- I think its okay. One is an adjective, and the other (SM
Complete thread -- granulomatous tissue versus granulation sm
Complete thread -- depends on interpretation -- maybe it stands for "good for you!" (but maybe not)
Complete thread -- No one is asking for a definition of terms. Question was, can it be both?
Complete thread -- gfy? wow... getting a little ornery here,
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone, for your input!
Complete thread -- Ahh, that makes sense! Thank you!
Complete thread -- I agree - it is a UTI of the bladder (i.e., not the upper urinary tract, like pylo
Complete thread -- there is always some type of diagnosis, even if not real definitive, like joint pain,
Complete thread -- urinary tract infection/bladder with gross blood
Complete thread -- I'd also go with this one, but not going to assume what the doctor meant.
Complete thread -- the OP already knows what "gross" means and what "bladder" means. Why do you feel need to
Complete thread -- just dictator way of saying the bladder (holding the urine) sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. This helped.
Complete thread -- Urinary tract infection, bladder, with gross blood.
Complete thread -- s/l bladder with gross blood (see message)
Complete thread -- see link, maybe it will help. but, is that the full sentence?
Complete thread -- yes, findings on EKG=bigeminy (every other beat), trigeminy (every third ...
Complete thread -- I'm betting little to none helped. Can go up and down the board looking at your posts
Complete thread -- "Why do people go on?" etc. Where to place comma? TIA
Complete thread -- if you have QA/supervision, I'd put it, let that end decide, also sm
Complete thread -- you have no idea who I am and how many OPs I've helped.
Complete thread -- well "buzz off" you got it because as usual, you just can't get IT,
Complete thread -- Me too. I read posts where people thought that (sm)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- *twilight zone music plays* here we go
Complete thread -- not asking you Darlene.
Complete thread -- the diagnosis may not be firm, but this is a specific workup for *something*. If we knew
Complete thread -- it has not yet been established, thus all the lab tests
Complete thread -- my guess is talking about "two" test results. PET-CT scan positive pulmonary nodule
Complete thread -- so the diagnosis was a secret?
Complete thread -- googles well
Complete thread -- Thanks to all! Will flag to be sure.
Complete thread -- thanks to both
Complete thread -- OT AND PT is short speak or slang for SGOT AND SGPT
Complete thread -- my guess is SGOT and SGPT (google those in relation to rheum arthritis)
Complete thread -- agree, it is name of the lab testing company. Also, with the lab sm
Complete thread -- labs for patient with inflammatory arthritis
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? Doing an ESL report
Complete thread -- I also saw a bunch of posts that said lisinopril was contraindicated in thyroid disease.
Complete thread -- Genetic Diagnostics (GnDx) ??
Complete thread -- I can find GeneDx (company that does genetic testing)?
Complete thread -- what's the diagnosis?
Complete thread -- I'd type lisinopril in the report and put a note at top saying "Please confirm
Complete thread -- That was my first choice. Then I had a second choice (see above).
Complete thread -- s/l ** GNDX ** panel
Complete thread -- On second thought, I might give it to him. I've been
Complete thread -- I'd probably blank it and let him fill it in.
Complete thread -- also, I wouldn't cap "admission" or "triage" in this context.
Complete thread -- Be sure to place a comma after your date. :)
Complete thread -- Doctor very clearly says that the patient has "has a history of Graves
Complete thread -- oh good. I could not find it anywhere on google. Thanks so much kitty and oscar
Complete thread -- Ty. I defniitely was not expanding. Just explaining thought process of what C-Van was
Complete thread -- sure, notes from the triage area (where they do the initial assessment)
Complete thread -- Definitely wouldn't expand, and I would doubt my ears. Out of a sedan? his van? SUV/van?
Complete thread -- does that make sense?
Complete thread -- I'd probably type it as C-van, not knowing what the doctor meant.
Complete thread -- Farrell
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what it is, but wouldn' t expand it on an assumption.
Complete thread -- tibial
Complete thread -- pmh is significant for hypertension and left ___ osteochondroma
Complete thread -- triage?
Complete thread -- s/l ferel bag?
Complete thread -- IME- admission and s/l "Triaj"
Complete thread -- Patient was getting boards for construction out of a s/l c-van. If that's correct,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Quincke needle
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- using an 18-gauge __needle
Complete thread -- I also think she is changing to February, maybe she starts with sep, ?? But then switches
Complete thread -- s/l date of birth issssss February 5, 1997
Complete thread -- Confusing for sure. Can't tell if she's changing her wording or just can't talk.
Complete thread -- Date of birth is ___ 1997. I hear Septebruary 5.
Complete thread -- keep HER arm IN A sling
Complete thread -- yes, referring to the femoral neck.
Complete thread -- We will proceed with opening the hip joint, trying to revise the
Complete thread -- Cadiere grasper
Complete thread -- Nevermind...need to go on. Will leave a blank. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Vascular
Complete thread -- Please help with wav
Complete thread -- incisions dry and clean, done at the rehab, discharged from the rehab
Complete thread -- s. practicing file ...
Complete thread -- Employment test? (the beeps for identifying info)
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- sounds like "Cod-ee-eh" grasper
Complete thread -- this is what I hear - see msg - (sorry to disagree w/BB a bit)
Complete thread -- Hospital course: After the procedure, the patient was transferred from th PACU...
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- full arc of pronosupination
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- full arc of pron(ation) and supination?
Complete thread -- http://baalbeklanguages.com/ ...
Complete thread -- Baalbek has over ten years of experience in delivering high-quality Ar ...
Complete thread -- Indeed after I removed the wires, I was able to bring the hand in the ...
Complete thread -- Does "bigeminy, trigeminy" make sense here? I'm not sure how it can be both.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I can't make out anything else, so I will send it
Complete thread -- could "abba-" be "a ba-" something language?
Complete thread -- New patient. Doctor does not say what country the patient is
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- fail in any circumstance, and he could ___ a radiocarpal arthrodesis of some sort
Complete thread -- He and his parents have had extensive discussions with me regarding th ...
Complete thread -- Yes~
Complete thread -- Thank you so, so much
Complete thread -- Risser 4? (brace staging for scoliosis?) I can't really hear it but maybe
Complete thread -- Risser 4
Complete thread -- Don't think she's saying any of that sentence "She suspects...mature" but I don't know
Complete thread -- If the patient has any further questions or concerns, she should contact Dr. _____
Complete thread -- Her diet is a cardiac diet.
Complete thread -- She is non-weightbearing on the right arm.
Complete thread -- I just got it in another patient, "ariza 4" or "rizafore"????
Complete thread -- Given the above, I recommend continuing the brace. She is _____. She is postmenarc
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- Her staples are to be removed 7 to 10 days postop...
Complete thread -- may shower with a protective dressing
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- and many thanks.
Complete thread -- They may proceed with any test they wish to s/l empower? (may be a cardiac MRI).
Complete thread -- mm ...
Complete thread -- ? auto tire
Complete thread -- Removal of hardware and right total shoulder arthroplasty on 04/15/2008.
Complete thread -- Welcome, taj. It's very nice to have someone who is so polite.
Complete thread -- agree with GERD
Complete thread -- AS YOU WISH ...
Complete thread -- He works in s/l odotyre shop. thank you. social history.
Complete thread -- I may or may not be male, but really you don't have to address anyone here as "sir" (lol)
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: Movable fibroid and revealed right total shoulder arthropl ...
Complete thread -- ok sir ...
Complete thread -- She's not saying "period." She's saying "GERD," which expands to
Complete thread -- thanx sir
Complete thread -- Think she's saying "GERD" not cured
Complete thread -- arthritis status post (not that is) ORIF of the right humerus, asthma, COPD...
Complete thread -- taj, please note the changes
Complete thread -- Archives suggest something with -bill/-billed for "bell" but not your s/l
Complete thread -- MP3
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- The external auditory canal was moderately stenotic. Thus a s/l
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- refers to the proximal pole of the scaphoid
Complete thread -- pole gets my vote
Complete thread -- Oops..I will need to relisten again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Actually, that googles (pole)
Complete thread -- hmm....can't hear that. He talks so darn fast....
Complete thread -- row
Complete thread -- s/l pole??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and was found to have an anomalous right coronary artery
Complete thread -- and was on ______ right coronary artery from the aorta.
Complete thread -- Well, number 6 mentions "trial with clozapine," so "clozapine trial with
Complete thread -- yep, thanks from me too. I didn't know this.
Complete thread -- SORRY. I was stuck on p. y
Complete thread -- prefixes for staging are always lowercase. p = pathologic and c = clinical. Though I'm
Complete thread -- consider trial with ...??
Complete thread -- agree with some kind of trial...?
Complete thread -- s/l colestipol but that doesn't fit with your gabapentin...
Complete thread -- There is no - for well tolerated if it is not directly before what it modifies. it is
Complete thread -- Thank you, sounds like it but interactions on google, leaving blank. nm
Complete thread -- Colestid trial?
Complete thread -- Psych consult, unclear med, s/m
Complete thread -- sometimes giving us the kind of cancer helps on staging.
Complete thread -- 2 more:
Complete thread -- It was hard to hear, but I think he is saying: Stable varus, valgus. Thanks
Complete thread -- . Mildly positive Apley’s. Negative Lachman, "straight, varus, valgus". Correct?
Complete thread -- you are right
Complete thread -- However, when she consulted Dr. M.... watch punctuation
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you. I was also stuck. I think I will put Louis -Bar and flag
Complete thread -- Gehrig Lou (backward?)
Complete thread -- found Louis-Bar syndrome or Guillain-Barre but...not your s/l
Complete thread -- gotta flag..
Complete thread -- Cant find "barry-lew" syndrome.
Complete thread -- Following her chemotherapy, she was staged at yCT4bN1. (is this capped right?)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sounds right.
Complete thread -- Can someone confirm that this is what he's saying? He usually dictates in full sentences,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- observance?
Complete thread -- yes, i did realize that it could not be that, that is why i posted below that it could not
Complete thread -- I think this question was about the context the 2nd time OP heard it.
Complete thread -- 2 syllables - pip/tazo - could sound like Victoza, but it is not Victoza
Complete thread -- well, it says....placed on blah-blah IV ANTIBIOTICS.
Complete thread -- But in what context is it said? Victoza is for Type 2 DM (!)
Complete thread -- I was going to flag but the closest I got was Beck Depression
Complete thread -- and pip/tazo (piperacillin + tazobactam = Zosyn)
Complete thread -- there is another syllable though... I thought the first time he might have been stumbling
Complete thread -- and "best testing" doesn't google well cuz it's redundant
Complete thread -- antibiotics are often shortened like that - vanco, clinda, tazo, gent & amp, etc...
Complete thread -- but Victoza is not an antibiotic; context is for IV antibiotic - agree w/tazobactam there
Complete thread -- hmm Victoza can't be it... does sound like that though
Complete thread -- I thought it was best and then decided that had to be wrong!
Complete thread -- found this: Balance Evaluation Systems Test (BESTest)
Complete thread -- He says again and it is Victoza.
Complete thread -- tazobactam
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. Boy had a concussion.
Complete thread -- is that really you, OP? We wondered if you were ever coming back.
Complete thread -- vancomycin and **tazo** IV antibiotics
Complete thread -- per exam?
Complete thread -- ha ha... thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- FOLFIRINOX is an option for the treatment of patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer
Complete thread -- think this is a chemo agent. Patient with pancreatic cancer. he has now completed
Complete thread -- with a rate of 30
Complete thread -- per something. per EVM? per DM?
Complete thread -- MP3
Complete thread -- The patient’s discharge medications ______. On the day of discharge
Complete thread -- complete heart block with a *rato theory*.
Complete thread -- hint - not being mean, but look above in right-hand corner, rules.
Complete thread -- very funny! you got my hopes up and now they are dashed again...
Complete thread -- So often we hear things SO clearly, but clearly hearing it wrong. OR
Complete thread -- well, if it has the "R" in there, arthRalgia. I cannot hear it, and there are 2
Complete thread -- thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- Please see msg. Thanks! s/l sid-er-ance
Complete thread -- ostealgia
Complete thread -- That would be the one of choice but dictator states twice as ost-r-algias very specific
Complete thread -- myalgias and arthralgias
Complete thread -- moderate myalgias and s/l ost-r-algias. nm
Complete thread -- lol...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- transition point would make sense
Complete thread -- partial word pls sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Baycol
Complete thread -- medication allergy s/l: Bay-call
Complete thread -- sorry sir.
Complete thread -- thank you sir
Complete thread -- who said anything about saggy brains, foggy post/thinking
Complete thread -- "Driving me crazy, but don't give me the answer because I will ignore it." lol
Complete thread -- yeah, funny that op came back to say wag was wrong, then disappeared after I got it right.
Complete thread -- and then again, some never come back to let you know whether they got it or
Complete thread -- Maybe just left the board for awhile. Some are able to hold onto reports. Hope that's it.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I hope so too. Geez, it was only 2 mins after OP's last post I gave the answer.
Complete thread -- Wow, awesome answer. Yes, good clue, but I still wasn't getting it. I hope the op sees.
Complete thread -- (I mean 'prospect' uses) - good s/l
Complete thread -- presbycusis (got it now that you said "propect uses")
Complete thread -- not that... and that was supposed to be frosbite. Could s/l prospect uses... driving me
Complete thread -- WAG - "...earbud use, as this appears" ('s' from 'uses' may be 'as')
Complete thread -- While in, sorry, while. period.
Complete thread -- yes, poor prep is correct.
Complete thread -- what the heck
Complete thread -- age related *frodybite uses*. This appears to be
Complete thread -- thnkx
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- poor prep
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- (Umm). Please see that report.
Complete thread -- What is the question?
Complete thread -- baja
Complete thread -- Patella has a slightly *baha* position.
Complete thread -- s/l *the flexor* 9-mm subcortical degenerative cyst in the lunate bone.
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- have asked her to check 3 stools for occult blood.
Complete thread -- she underwent a colonoscopy on February 6, 2009 which showed a poor pr ...
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- irregularly irregular.
Complete thread -- do you hear irregularly irregular or irregularly regular. the secdond one make
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- mp3 ...
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- push-off, it's a part of gait. I hear it in ortho fairly often.
Complete thread -- We also discussed the fact that she has had multiple surgeries on this ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- rare death?
Complete thread -- listen for binaural (-aural = ear/sense of hearing)
Complete thread -- capsular contracture with continued ptosis, continued asymmetry, silic ...
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wow...that worked out well lol
Complete thread -- is that you? this is me
Complete thread -- Thank you. Got "and seated shower" after all, lol :) nm
Complete thread -- Listening again with your suggestions in mind. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Listening again with your suggestions in mind. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Rebooted & good to go. /nm
Complete thread -- Can't even get a break on Labor Day.
Complete thread -- I'm trying to think something like sit in the shower??
Complete thread -- Google has a lot of local servers, you connect with the nearest one.
Complete thread -- trouble with any other websites? run your virus scanner?
Complete thread -- par for the course IFKWIM
Complete thread -- With the medical problems this pt has, I doubt she had surgery to fix saggy brains..I mean
Complete thread -- No one's asking what it means. The op is asking if it needs to be expanded in the
Complete thread -- ACK, was thinking one word and typed another
Complete thread -- not here
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but it was cardiomegaly.
Complete thread -- Cardiomegaly was correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- agree, cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- It is fine as you have it (mean too fast and too slow heart beats)sm
Complete thread -- I can't connect to google.com -- anyone else having trouble? nm
Complete thread -- probably cardiomegaly
Complete thread -- Stedmans has it as tachybradycardia syndrome
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tachy-brady
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l cardimyankly
Complete thread -- another guess s/l pexyplasty = loose, sagging skin of arm was surg corrected.
Complete thread -- Rehab note: Bathing: Upper body setup and lower body contact supervision/sm
Complete thread -- s/l Montague Tools ________. Found Montague Tool and Supply but doesn't s/l
Complete thread -- aloe vera?
Complete thread -- is he saying "interuterine IUD" like intra-uter-INE long I sound? or underlying or
Complete thread -- A GUESS S/L miki I.M. might be a tube Mic-Key sm
Complete thread -- just scroll down for all your answers on this page.
Complete thread -- s/l arizona gel
Complete thread -- She has an "en-due-line" IUD.
Complete thread -- HEENT: Right eye, *A V ductus* no reaction to light
Complete thread -- Gastrointestinal: *miki I M* AND *10 pexyplasty* in the left arm
Complete thread -- Can you hear the place where this guy works (NJ Area)
Complete thread -- AND His total percent *ben auto* hearing loss was 19.75%.
Complete thread -- monaural
Complete thread -- see previous answers
Complete thread -- s/l monoauto hearing loss
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ignore
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks... was polyps
Complete thread -- ft ear consistent with *paratone* audiometry and asymmetry
Complete thread -- no polyps are noted? maybe?
Complete thread -- can't think of anything with "th" or "p" that sounds like your word, but SM
Complete thread -- The turbinates are normal. No *palace* are noted
Complete thread -- ameliorate - make better or more tolerable.
Complete thread -- s/l *emaluate* some of his symptoms
Complete thread -- oops...or Db for that matter
Complete thread -- and IF you're still around, it is dB, not DB for decibels.
Complete thread -- got it! BRIDGE. :)
Complete thread -- I have heard "dirty procedures" a lot
Complete thread -- external exam by optometrist
Complete thread -- another one bites the
Complete thread -- db= dB= decibels. I think ok, can google.com acoustic reflex or audiogram
Complete thread -- are you sure you hear "ducktail" ?? I can't find that when researching audiometry.
Complete thread -- (Google paratone audiometric and pure tone comes rght up)
Complete thread -- pure tone
Complete thread -- evoked response
Complete thread -- brainstem *work* response
Complete thread -- consistent with *paratone* audiometry and asymmetry
Complete thread -- right ear at *85 db presentation level* at 1000 Hz.
Complete thread -- s/l thallus
Complete thread -- No *retraction party* was noted. *Nostrid* is normal.
Complete thread -- Or maybe PETROUS
Complete thread -- no, P2 segment. Thanks, you got me in the right direction.
Complete thread -- methinks she's gone
Complete thread -- I guess there are P segments too. Maybe P2 or P3?
Complete thread -- I listened over and over and hear dirty every time, so I'm giving it to her.
Complete thread -- confer on makes sense, to have a discussion.
Complete thread -- V2 segment?
Complete thread -- my WAG would be maybe renal?
Complete thread -- something insufficiency (rather than in sufficiency)?
Complete thread -- Don't think that's really considered prophylaxis, but I guess she could be saying it.
Complete thread -- s/l peetra ?
Complete thread -- No, she's definitely not saying that.
Complete thread -- unless we're
Complete thread -- It's probably dental procedures.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I never had before but looking it up as SBE prophylaxis and dirty procedures, it pops up.
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of "dirty procedures"? The patient does require SBE prophylaxis for
Complete thread -- he is saying "comma"
Complete thread -- Can you give a s/l or post a wav? Nobody here can know otherwise.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- L3-L4 fluid *naught signal at the* space ... nerve root *as a dent to the* foramen.
Complete thread -- that's it
Complete thread -- migraine medications?
Complete thread -- s/l my-cree medications. X is on amitriptyline and _____ medications.
Complete thread -- His <_____>in sufficiency improved, anemia stabilized, renal c ...
Complete thread -- discharge summary
Complete thread -- So that was removed and a *when 80* wire was obtained
Complete thread -- was treated with *foyer* IV antibiotics
Complete thread -- On physical examination of the right upper extremity, on inspection, s ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- NO. Her dad is attorney ______ ______.
Complete thread -- an EMG of her lower extremities ____on her radiculopathy
Complete thread -- with your help, i am not sure is it her dad is currently in Afighastan ie badly slurring
Complete thread -- I hear "Her dad is attorney ___ ____." Might be giving his name
Complete thread -- Her dad is ?
Complete thread -- -but I did not get an answer to my wav yet.... At night it takes a few hours till someone
Complete thread -- Range of Motion: Abduction of the legs does produce pain from simple t ...
Complete thread -- Social History: She lives with her mother ____(0:04:20). She has two ...
Complete thread -- Anyone? Any opinons? Maybe confirm her radiculopathy???
Complete thread -- and an EMG of her lower extremities ____ her radiculopathy
Complete thread -- I also hear Cefrin but... Okay thanks to you all. I will flag
Complete thread -- maybe that's Ceftin?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing Cefrin.
Complete thread -- Bactrim??
Complete thread -- Medications: ___ antibiotic for Lyme
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the answer. I listened before and couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- assists with
Complete thread -- She has a desk job that _____ with medical research and has continued to work.
Complete thread -- got it--de Quervain's
Complete thread -- s/l deecrivains release
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Not since the part in parentheses is a part of your sentence and you have a period at the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot! I made that correction. Should the beginning of the sentence be capped
Complete thread -- If you go by BOS -
Complete thread -- Should the sentence in parenthesis be capped?
Complete thread -- per phone conversation
Complete thread -- bed if at all possible?
Complete thread -- Nursing home resident sm
Complete thread -- some type of DMARD at 8 mcg/kg monthly like Plaquenil or something
Complete thread -- per something conversation several days ago, that was it. I already turned it in.
Complete thread -- the last blank is several days ago.
Complete thread -- Sending in, thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l demotril 8 mcg monthly IM
Complete thread -- wav file. I will be glad when I have had this lady a couple of times.
Complete thread -- to all who helped me with my wav file below (the orthopedic test)
Complete thread -- I wondered if that was it but thought it was so far off. Bet that is it.
Complete thread -- Well, I hope she wouldn't pronounce "plaques" as "plackus" but who knows?
Complete thread -- sent wav file.
Complete thread -- sounds like flaccus. She sounds like she is questioning the word.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- structural abnormality is what I hear
Complete thread -- Ignore insertion. Just do not think that is it.
Complete thread -- What is this pertaining to? I had a wild guess of insertion?
Complete thread -- A couple Google hits for "spinal cord ptosis" but seem to be regarding newborn.
Complete thread -- Me too. I was trying to think of a word that ended with "tosis" but ptosis didn't occur to
Complete thread -- edema, erythema, ecchymosis, or ____ abnormality ...
Complete thread -- I flagged because there was a word after that I did not catch either. Could
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear: heart rate 98 beats per minute
Complete thread -- 98
Complete thread -- heart rate of ____ beats per minute
Complete thread -- You shouldn't give a s/l when posting a wav. Next time, just put __________.
Complete thread -- appendicular cord might be right. google spinal cord appendicular
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- I thought appendicular cord but that makes no sense
Complete thread -- appendicular _____
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- The EDC has to be right but the other 2 have to start with F. Got it.
Complete thread -- He is racing through this - EDC, LDP, LDS - and I am not sure I hear it right.
Complete thread -- i hear 3 syllables, like yogaman's ... ?? but you may very well be right.
Complete thread -- Think he's saying like "Yah man's." Usually pronounced "Yo man's" and barely hear the "e"
Complete thread -- Might be mispronouncing "Yeoman"
Complete thread -- Yergason is all I can find starting with Y, but sure sounds like what you heard, or
Complete thread -- She has a negative ____test. she does have a positive drop arm.
Complete thread -- county? like free insurance maybe?
Complete thread -- company?
Complete thread -- I will flag just to be on the safe side! Thanks. Pediatrician was right.
Complete thread -- almost sounded like country?
Complete thread -- might just be stuttering over health care/health insurance?
Complete thread -- 1. pediatrician can't get the next one.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- patient name in there
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she did not faint completely.
Complete thread -- She did not ______.
Complete thread -- you were right with "several years ago" though. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Having his jaw wired shut a couple of years ago
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Jaw wire ___ ____(0:04:30.6) several years ago, ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oh, you are really good. Thank you so much
Complete thread -- satellite
Complete thread -- "saddle-light" or "saddle-like" lesions or????? Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Or "typical history of." Sometimes say "cycle" or "trend" enzymes. Can't think of what
Complete thread -- Kira Feldman (in) Manahawkin?
Complete thread -- can you make out doctor, probably a pedetrician
Complete thread -- told her to continue soaking it for another week and to see how it go ...
Complete thread -- I think I just got the first one... "story of"
Complete thread -- Fun with ESL tonight. Please see msg.
Complete thread -- not sure which reflexes being tested, but 2 is considered normal sm
Complete thread -- it sounded off to me
Complete thread -- why would you change it?
Complete thread -- me too, I'm
Complete thread -- I need a nap. Never mind.
Complete thread -- The patient is awake, but he is sonorous.
Complete thread -- I got in on it late (very last post), so I was no help either. Sorry. I know you can't
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Seems fine to me.
Complete thread -- It is okay to leave "very shortened"?
Complete thread -- I agree and accept responsibility here. I did actually do my own research, but when I
Complete thread -- you should always do your own research
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- You're right, I should have, but someone here seem so 100% sure that it was Q wave that
Complete thread -- Meant to put a period, not a question mark!
Complete thread -- Never mind, I got it. It's dyslipidemia?
Complete thread -- You people have the option of rejecting a report? Not where I work.
Complete thread -- s/l dysbothedemia
Complete thread -- I'm wondering about that acetylcarnitine when carnitine is also there.
Complete thread -- I hate cherrypickers...its not fair to the MT who ends up getting him.
Complete thread -- I should have known this, it's trademarked. Thanks - Jacuzzi
Complete thread -- I suspected so. That's why I said I would have flagged. Didn't sound clear either
Complete thread -- jacuzzi - checked OneLook, and unsure if it is capitalized. Thanks.
Complete thread -- What would "reflexes 2 plus 2 over 2" mean?
Complete thread -- More to come of this guy. Stay tuned. Somebody keeps throwing him back
Complete thread -- I think it's anti-casein. Thanks. Still thinking though.
Complete thread -- no, but thanks
Complete thread -- anti-C antigen?
Complete thread -- unbelievable
Complete thread -- Please fill in the blank. Thanks. s/l anti-caffeine or anti-kalseen
Complete thread -- thanks, that's it
Complete thread -- "consanguinity" (check sp.)
Complete thread -- update on Q wave/U wave causing prolonged QTc. It was U wave.
Complete thread -- consanguinity
Complete thread -- Yep, that person was in the link I posted above
Complete thread -- can you give a better s/l, like con-sing-yoo-in-ary or yoo-in-erry?
Complete thread -- A little more history and thanks.
Complete thread -- pediatric neurology consult. S/l consinguinnery
Complete thread -- AOSMI (see link) http://advancedorthosports.com/meet-mary-wesley/
Complete thread -- yes this is nj. i can't figure out place she works.
Complete thread -- Found Mary Wesley, occupational therapist in New Jersey??
Complete thread -- more info please. what state?? is this a person's name or place?
Complete thread -- physical therapy at s/l nosest mary Wesley
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions, just too mush-mouthed to be sure. Flagging and moving
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- congenital? peripheral?
Complete thread -- collegen vascular? cerebral vascular? cardiovascular?
Complete thread -- probably antalgic, just saying it weird.
Complete thread -- s/l counselor vascular disease TIA!
Complete thread -- The patient is ambulating with a bit of an
Complete thread -- Thanks! I have noted it for next time I hear it!!!!
Complete thread -- despite being on therapy?
Complete thread -- Pretty sure OP is questioning "palm" (POM) not sitter, Darlene.
Complete thread -- See link (look for words "Sirtex Medical," "SIR-Spheres," and "SIRT."
Complete thread -- he has metastatic sigmoid colon cancer: He received :
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Dysphagia and dyspepsia despite *renal* therapy. ...
Complete thread -- not sure? asking about sitter term? sitter, is psych term for potential suicide pt;
Complete thread -- POM provider order management for computerized physician order entry. nm
Complete thread -- I think it's probably hand-held device, placing order on it. Never mind.
Complete thread -- Doc says "I also put in a s/l *palm* order for 1:1 sitter. ??
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks!
Complete thread -- It was trademarked, but trademark is now dead, so think that's fine.
Complete thread -- of course, just after I posted, MediHoney
Complete thread -- local wound care, which will include "metty hunny" and a dry sterile dressing
Complete thread -- nm, I have to send it and I'm just typing what he said. Thanks
Complete thread -- She is smoking "virtual" cigarettes.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- I'd put one after phone, which may
Complete thread -- Might be a couple ways. The way you have it, or
Complete thread -- how would you punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- It was spica. He just said it wrong enough..
Complete thread -- I had just seen that. Am gong to relisten now. He is fairly ESL. It could be.
Complete thread -- not exactly your s/l, but looks like a hip "spica" cast is used for that.
Complete thread -- spica?
Complete thread -- child with hip dislocations. Sounds like smoker
Complete thread -- Visiting Nurses' Association?
Complete thread -- VNA - a visiting nurse company
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be "did have a prior
Complete thread -- what is SI joints to the nontender
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He didn't tilt today. (leaning to a side as in a tilt)?
Complete thread -- LOL. I just could not bear the embarrassment of doing that constantly. Has to be
Complete thread -- He does not require *V N A* . He does not require further treatment
Complete thread -- He did ______ today.
Complete thread -- Why not? A little useless info, bad advice 1-1/2 hours after answer given & acknowledged
Complete thread -- why? why? why??? why?????
Complete thread -- describe
Complete thread -- have a prior problem with..
Complete thread -- Inspection: He did *tilt* today. There was atrophy to his calf
Complete thread -- an external lump with these symptoms, though does ____ a problem with constipation 15
Complete thread -- unfortunately, looks like the OP has left the building.
Complete thread -- now that you said it, I hear it plain as day LOL
Complete thread -- placed in a figure-of-8 fashion?
Complete thread -- Didnt want you thinking nobody listened, but he's just too fast
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with 2-0 Vicryl _________ fashion and the
Complete thread -- ends with .... Lukens trap, which ....the specimen was labeled
Complete thread -- whoa! - something about Lukens trap at end of sentence
Complete thread -- s/l stations 8 and 9 were detected. No other lymph nodes could be identified. - Stations?
Complete thread -- The suction and the ________. This specimen was labeled
Complete thread -- I give up. I can't even hear lymph nodes anymore.
Complete thread -- I hear something 8 or 9 were detected. No other lymph nodes. Can't get the first part.
Complete thread -- in fact, I dont think it is "in the meantime" either.
Complete thread -- the more times I listen, I hear different things, but patient isn't in there.
Complete thread -- not patient..I think in section 8 and 9 were detected. No other lymph nodes...
Complete thread -- and the patient _________ lymph nodes could be identified
Complete thread -- ljustike= just like
Complete thread -- krill oil by itself is not capitalized
Complete thread -- no cap - ljustike you don't capitalize fish oil even though it is capped on the package.
Complete thread -- Mercola, Schiff, Neptune are brand names -- krill is not a brand name. not capitalized
Complete thread -- agree, & cap it ---sm drugs.com
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see link for drugs beginning with U
Complete thread -- something refractory seizure? I hear "factor or fractor" in there.
Complete thread -- mental retardation _______, seizure to assess for
Complete thread -- med s/l un fee
Complete thread -- this new computer and new elcheapo earbuds work so well!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- no cap needed though. krill oil. omega-3 fatty acid and DHA
Complete thread -- Krill oil
Complete thread -- med s/l crow oil ?
Complete thread -- psych issue. absolutely. sm
Complete thread -- significant *mood derangement* to assess
Complete thread -- Gallaudet's fascia
Complete thread -- I think Colles fascia would fit here.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- looks good to me as is
Complete thread -- SH needle, and then the *cause* fascia was then
Complete thread -- agreed - I couldn't get that one either! Good ears, lbdb.
Complete thread -- wow - good ears
Complete thread -- he takes consists of Norvasc 5 mg....
Complete thread -- Anyone? I've checked archives and looked it up and am still unsure.
Complete thread -- He takes________ 5 mg twice a day, Dyazide. Clonidine, Lopressor
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, I hear that now.
Complete thread -- I think she's saying "on the...(corrects herself)... in the spring"
Complete thread -- That was supposed to be a period, not >
Complete thread -- She does cross country and track _____>
Complete thread -- atrophic crypts! thanks so much for your help!
Complete thread -- listen for "atrophic" something... can't think of what, but it's a start
Complete thread -- blank sounds like "atrio vikrips"
Complete thread -- Does anything else need to be capped?
Complete thread -- not tolerate test s/l past procedure. TIA!
Complete thread -- don't know, but maybe something about autologous grafting?
Complete thread -- DX: Osteochondral fracture, medial femoral condyle
Complete thread -- Is wheelchair-bound hyphenated always? onelook shows hyphenated.
Complete thread -- Pancoast tumor.
Complete thread -- Pancoast
Complete thread -- Metastasis in thorax, most likely s/l pancles tumor (not pancreas). thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- investing is OK, it means it is all wound up together with fibrosis.
Complete thread -- I hear hauling winds
Complete thread -- hauling limbs
Complete thread -- The patient is a 75-year-old very active male who does a great deal of ...
Complete thread -- got it--paraneoplastic
Complete thread -- s/l perennial plastic.
Complete thread -- Infectious disease consult / heart issue -
Complete thread -- It was decompressed proximally through the arcade of Struthers. It wa ...
Complete thread -- Do you see where it says "OneLook"
Complete thread -- dysequilibrium or disequilibrium
Complete thread -- Esgic???
Complete thread -- a drug s/l*fdesic or stezic* for migraines
Complete thread -- I did find those but I definitely do not hear "bowstringing" Thanks!
Complete thread -- there is a scaphoid shift test and bowstringing involved, but?
Complete thread -- Patient has positive s/l "shift and bow" test bilaterally. Has bilateral TFCC tears.
Complete thread -- Never heard that, so not sure, but I can't use the abbreviation p.o. in any case, per
Complete thread -- when mine say multiple p.o.'s they get what they dictate. why would u change it?
Complete thread -- Or just p.o.
Complete thread -- yes, lowercase abbrvs get an apostrophe. just like wbc's
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- don't you need to do p.o.'s that looks like a shorthand for piece of s***.
Complete thread -- , significantly shortened, ....dorsal communition and dorsal displacement
Complete thread -- correct comma placement...
Complete thread -- s/l volee-mitzee (admitted for appendicitis)
Complete thread -- We can thank our government for the anti-Americanism directed toward us. Now an attack
Complete thread -- heard it plain as day...LOL
Complete thread -- heard it plain as day...LOL
Complete thread -- you put it in parentheses? is that an account specific thing?
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- that makes more sense
Complete thread -- Plan is..it may ultimately be necessary....
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- omg that's awful
Complete thread -- sentence, etc. please
Complete thread -- It failed, but it may be ?
Complete thread -- PLAN: ______(17:20) but may be necessary to simply increase her dosages of Nuvigil
Complete thread -- Now why did I not think of that? Thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- Kapvay (extended release clonidine), Found by just googling ADHD medications.
Complete thread -- I probably should know this but brain dead this afternoon see inside please.
Complete thread -- accounts are getting away from dash in 6 mm.
Complete thread -- Volumes! It was volumes! I am so glad I put (amount) like this.
Complete thread -- That's exactly it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- drill starting with a 6-mm ... and decrease in size?
Complete thread -- There is a JuggerKnot suture anchor.
Complete thread -- Tympanomastoidectomy.
Complete thread -- I did too! Finally thought of lumps which made me feel a bit better.
Complete thread -- that's okay, I though he was saying lungs at first.
Complete thread -- Ah, feeling sort of silly. I thought he was saying lumps.
Complete thread -- juggernaut
Complete thread -- juggernant ...
Complete thread -- amounts?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- something address?
Complete thread -- ?bed rest
Complete thread -- I will take a listen for these suggestions. Ty.
Complete thread -- physical therapy, *all torro tress* for cervical strain and loss
Complete thread -- PASA?
Complete thread -- pseudo?
Complete thread -- copied and pasted from document... that is the client's preference
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- paci(articular) and systemic arthritis?
Complete thread -- 3. Past history of evidence of s/lfas-uh systemic arthritis. (I've, of course, heard
Complete thread -- period after moving. Blood clots and then debris were removed...
Complete thread -- did they cut out a window earlier to allow access here, and now they want to put back or c
Complete thread -- YES, PUTTY! PLEASE TURN OFF CAPS. this is considered SHOUTING in
Complete thread -- bony graft and the window *put back*. The plate now
Complete thread -- the joint line *unopnened* the lateral meniscus
Complete thread -- BONE GRAFT, *PUTTY*, AND APPLICATION CAST
Complete thread -- I can't make it out well enough to say one way or the other.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Maybe intervals?
Complete thread -- ____ of Wenckebach (periods of, or ???) lots of static
Complete thread -- There are _____ noted during sleep.
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help!
Complete thread -- I don't know, but some of those Aussies can be insulting...
Complete thread -- I wonder if it's an Aussie idiom, sounds like "right leading step"
Complete thread -- s/l the right ---- step, he is heading off...
Complete thread -- s/l the right leaning something
Complete thread -- embricating layer?
Complete thread -- reticular ?
Complete thread -- subcuticular?
Complete thread -- all i can think of is flexion contracture and the doc is saying it backward
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted for * contractional flexure* of the BKA.
Complete thread -- Tysm everyone! I was completely off on that one.
Complete thread -- wound closure, deep dermal s/l "clipping" layer sm
Complete thread -- have a colonoscopy in the fullness of time. However, the ____ is heading off to Euro
Complete thread -- I think you're right - thanks
Complete thread -- and he is an endocrinologist. good job, ODB
Complete thread -- you might be hearing ending S off of as - as thickening...perhaps
Complete thread -- s/l "stickening" (not thickening, definitely starts with "st") sm pls
Complete thread -- I found a Shaista Quddusi, MD, in Federal Way.
Complete thread -- State. - sorry left that out
Complete thread -- washington DC? I assume?
Complete thread -- whereas joins, so she cannot have a period before it.
Complete thread -- s/l kuh-do-see in Washington area TIA!
Complete thread -- and why
Complete thread -- sm (google punctuation whereas) - in this case, I'd leave it as you have it.
Complete thread -- comma. degrees, whereas on the
Complete thread -- Do you have any latitude? I would think about something like that.
Complete thread -- where?
Complete thread -- correct punctuatin using whereas??
Complete thread -- trigger finger occurs most often in middle or ring fingers (occassionally in thumb sm
Complete thread -- A1 pulley
Complete thread -- Thanks will do.
Complete thread -- I would just change to PFTs were not performed considering
Complete thread -- yep, you got it right.
Complete thread -- triggering
Complete thread -- triggering - like trigger finger.
Complete thread -- s/l trigger ring
Complete thread -- where does it say pt saw "licensed PT practitioner"
Complete thread -- darn - WAV file uploaded
Complete thread -- child with asthma. Sentence is awful the way I have it. I must have something wrong.
Complete thread -- A1
Complete thread -- A1
Complete thread -- ? femoral distraction
Complete thread -- the *oh one* pulley of her third MCP joint
Complete thread -- Yes, chiropractic practices may advertise that they provide PT services, but this is not
Complete thread -- same question asked on MTStars...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- plica?
Complete thread -- s/l plancard excision
Complete thread -- s/l sonoforos ?
Complete thread -- I was thinking the same thing... all that good work and OP vanishes? Whatta shame.
Complete thread -- Nope, no forelegs unless there are hindlegs. Doc is prob thinking it is like forearms.
Complete thread -- I will assume the doc is using the word like forearms but meaning legs instead.
Complete thread -- Does forelegs make sense here? I assume the patient is a human and not a quadruped.
Complete thread -- thanks oscar
Complete thread -- No sign of OP anymore? I hope she saw the replies.
Complete thread -- intestinal
Complete thread -- bladder sling surgery, deviated nasal septum, __________ bypass, cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- foraminal? shoulder depressor?
Complete thread -- Negative *femra*l distraction
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- request, had at Ball Hospital
Complete thread -- request (and I think he is giving thename of the hospital not had at the hospital)
Complete thread -- sorry, should be there now.
Complete thread -- Hmm, big difference between chiropractics and physical therapy but who knows?
Complete thread -- all I hear is a bunch of static and a "sigh"
Complete thread -- I am trying to ____ the CD-ROM with the MRI scan
Complete thread -- wow, good work!
Complete thread -- Pasqua & McGee (name on awning in picture)
Complete thread -- OP, is this Philadelphia? It s/l "AT THE HOSPITAL, AT MAGEE"
Complete thread -- "at the hospital at Magee"?
Complete thread -- There is a Magee Rehabilitation in Philly.
Complete thread -- s/l that is the name of the PT group/clinic = do you know where it is
Complete thread -- forget that one! - is the therapist named McGee? location?
Complete thread -- big WAG - passive modalities?
Complete thread -- wav posted - yes corrected that after posted :)
Complete thread -- Oh! I see that now - and also a Stop & Shop (but I still can't figure the s/l :-(
Complete thread -- Isn't there a food chain like Stop 'N Shop?
Complete thread -- can't figure out yet - but also question what is a "stopping shop"? can you post wav?
Complete thread -- didn't read through - I'm in the wrong part of the body!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Telfa, gauze, Kling and Ace wrap were placed?
Complete thread -- trochlear-ulnar?
Complete thread -- good compliance of *passma McGee* but without significant benefit.
Complete thread -- s/l telegraph clings
Complete thread -- suprapatellar pouch. The *joker mill* joint was next visualized
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- eye with or without glasses ... driving. She still cuts hair occasionally for friends SM
Complete thread -- On evaluation, she was unable to see the eye chart in either eye ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- She is a charismatic patient who was fun to have in the office.
Complete thread -- ____ who was found to have ____. She really cannot see at all ____ ...
Complete thread -- She is presently taking Prograf 2 mg in a.m. and 1 mg in p.m., lisinop ...
Complete thread -- abs. Got it. Tx to all wo tried
Complete thread -- She has had significant back pain whenever she tries to work out her ___.
Complete thread -- will check back in the morning if anyone is able to help.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- This was grossly normal.
Complete thread -- The entire lining of the esophagus was carefully inspected. ___ norma ...
Complete thread -- Tonsillectomy, wisdom tooth removal, bladder sling surgery, deviated nasal septum,
Complete thread -- arrgh. "or constricted"
Complete thread -- PE, HEENT section. Probably something simple, but it's sounding like Greek to me.
Complete thread -- did you hear the wav?
Complete thread -- I had never heard of it either
Complete thread -- could it be obturator?
Complete thread -- would def help
Complete thread -- could I ask for a sound file? might help?
Complete thread -- all i can think of is arthroscopic...said REALLLY fast.
Complete thread -- Come on helpers, let's get to work on this and solve the optree mystery!
Complete thread -- I don't know, but the same s/l was posted in 2005 (no one answered) - weird
Complete thread -- s/l optree shaver was used to smooth the unstable cartilaginous flap
Complete thread -- I was so close with the germic. It sure did not pop up anything on a search.
Complete thread -- agree! I'd have never gotten that since I never heard of it!
Complete thread -- didn't seem to me she was saying that was what she was hearing hard g, whatever, but that
Complete thread -- Got it, thanks again
Complete thread -- Wow! You guys are the greatest!
Complete thread -- well, no. Why would you think that?
Complete thread -- great minds think alike!
Complete thread -- he's saying it a little wrong - it's dGEMRIC MRI
Complete thread -- another answer entered - see above
Complete thread -- Wait ! - is this it? dGEMRIC MRI - to evaluate cartilage. see link
Complete thread -- Determinic? Funny. Will see when QA gets done with it.
Complete thread -- now, exactly HOW does that help her or anyone else figure out the answer to this OP's
Complete thread -- Thought I was losing my ear! Thanks. I think diagnostic should be there.
Complete thread -- wow...i hear it too. can't be germic, but i have NO idea what he's saying. sorry!
Complete thread -- Finally got a wav file entered
Complete thread -- I cant think of anything that would fit there. Can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- It sounds like germic. Maybe the THE is not there and thegermic is one word?
Complete thread -- that she needed to "knows of losing weight" (yep, quote unquote is what I was missing)
Complete thread -- I uploaded a longger WAV
Complete thread -- WAV too short but s/l "knows of losing weight ....
Complete thread -- Thanks. New job. I will find out soon.
Complete thread -- she needed to “____losing weight” prior to any
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- bunny lines
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Botox injection for s/l penny lines?
Complete thread -- only if you are trying to spell meniscectomy.
Complete thread -- I usually hear the diagnosis first, then code, like Scoliosis, 185.
Complete thread -- yup, found NIMs monitoring, thanks
Complete thread -- google NIMS monitoring
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NIMS
Complete thread -- yes, but does and indication didn't fit.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l metaclopramide or clopramide?? but that cant be right for a psych diagnosis
Complete thread -- s/l Im's monitoring?
Complete thread -- our fascial
Complete thread -- peeled the fat OFF the fascia?
Complete thread -- if you don't have a dictionary, try typing your word into the OneLook box above.
Complete thread -- meniscectomy, is this correct spelling??
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am going as it was written. Will find out.
Complete thread -- meniscectomy? is this correct spelling?
Complete thread -- and we marked _____ incision centered over the greater
Complete thread -- handle periosteal elevator, we *killed* the fat of the fascia
Complete thread -- ugh
Complete thread -- My current thoughts are to cease escitalopram and mirtazapine and trial him with ____
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Does anyone know how to use ICD codes when typing diagnosis?
Complete thread -- premorbidly has evidence... (i hear sexual assault too)
Complete thread -- had a history of (?sexual assault).... ____evidence of obsessive compulsive personal
Complete thread -- Thx
Complete thread -- You know what others feel and think? Do you realize that's stupid?
Complete thread -- I'd say that is hyphenated correctly.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- over-the-counter-type inserts?
Complete thread -- s/l allopurinol too...
Complete thread -- night shift
Complete thread -- night shift?
Complete thread -- Within 2-3 days of the night ____, she would begin having these episodes.
Complete thread -- causing
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- might want to repost wav - I think you were posted over
Complete thread -- PA saying "halpurinol" for haloperidol.....grrrrr scary. Sorry had to vent.
Complete thread -- avoid the
Complete thread -- optimal way to treat these episodes currently is to _____ the risk factors
Complete thread -- ? fexofenadine (Allegra)
Complete thread -- despite her chronic mental illness rather than these circumstances ____ her mood and
Complete thread -- why do you assume that she thinks the OP is stupid?
Complete thread -- also has
Complete thread -- post-traumatic arthritis, and _____ adequate fracture healing
Complete thread -- Maybe mispronouncing venlafaxine (Effexor)
Complete thread -- really? meant who then." Why do you figure she is so stupid she has to be given that info"
Complete thread -- not sure what it is for.... rx and s/l venofexaline....says very clear
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was hoping you saw this
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- throb
Complete thread -- s/l thraw
Complete thread -- ps - think it is Braggard's test
Complete thread -- dull achy pain with that test. Negative ....
Complete thread -- I knew what you meant...not sure who thought you were calling the OP stupid since it does
Complete thread -- with that. *that task* negative Bragard’s
Complete thread -- He's saying
Complete thread -- 9 pterygiums ??
Complete thread -- Welcome! :)
Complete thread -- not sure, but maybe benign something...
Complete thread -- It was wear! Thanks
Complete thread -- Ah, makes so much more sense. I will relisten.
Complete thread -- "wear" silicone sheeting, not where
Complete thread -- and wear (where?)
Complete thread -- yes, that cannot stand alone either.
Complete thread -- Patient with dysplastic nevi
Complete thread -- punctuation on the 'where silicone sheeting area' question? How would you do it?
Complete thread -- That whole thing needs connecting to make it right. Too many periods.
Complete thread -- I did not call the OP stupid, stupid. I asked D why she felt the OP was so stupid
Complete thread -- External rotation....negative belly press test. (Should this be connected to previous
Complete thread -- go away, stop calling OP & others STUPID. Yuo have choices, don't click in
Complete thread -- Why do you figure she is so stupid she has to be given that info?
Complete thread -- yeah, it is still giving results of what is found on the exam and makes the external
Complete thread -- note: as she has been GIVEN THAT she has a potentially....
Complete thread -- Help with sentence...see
Complete thread -- vesselplasty
Complete thread -- also agree. Sample report and terms for understanding better
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...or loosening?
Complete thread -- motion or lucency?
Complete thread -- No evidence of s/l motion ill lucent
Complete thread -- well, that is certainly par for the course around here more than not.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- seems Elvis has left the
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- transcribe as dictated.
Complete thread -- proper wording on ejection fraction
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- It is more likely than not he is just saying kypho (silo)plasty.
Complete thread -- I suppose I should have typed the next sentence, which is,
Complete thread -- Doctor Chop Shop? She is instructed in things that are over her head? ???
Complete thread -- what comes after? or what does exam show? Maybe a bit more info
Complete thread -- sialoplasty, if it doesn't have to relate to the current condition.
Complete thread -- PA seeing elderly female for left knee pain.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I was thinking maybe Livalo and he just saying it different..thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- イエロー ペーパー ...
Complete thread -- Or Livalo?
Complete thread -- s/l "and the machine confirmed to be on" ? not sure
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- yes "lag" (incomplete extension-it lags by 20 deg) - also closed reduction not close
Complete thread -- Lovaza is all I can think of.
Complete thread -- a med... s/l Low-val-uh
Complete thread -- extremities _______. The patient was given
Complete thread -- 20 degrees of extension *lag* of both digits.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- had any trouble breathing
Complete thread -- gray, flat s/l grip lesion over the forhead. Thanks!
Complete thread -- He has not ____. He will try to come tomorrow
Complete thread -- take out the first "allografts" -- he says "uh" and then corrects to autograft
Complete thread -- potentially curable? (has been given)
Complete thread -- Laetrile
Complete thread -- I would treat her as she has be given as she has a *pernitially curable cancer. tx.
Complete thread -- alternative chemo med s/l lie-tril. TIA!
Complete thread -- can you listen in to the WAV to see if I typed it correctly (not sure if he is correc
Complete thread -- Due to the multiple *articular/articulate* fragments, I started workin ...
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think you are right
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- X-rays of the spine include flexion, extension, lateral bend and s/l "max tracks"
Complete thread -- NEVERMIND - deiodinase
Complete thread -- s/l D-I-Otomies
Complete thread -- Well, here we go. Another rude OP,
Complete thread -- thinking septic situation
Complete thread -- ?regurgitation (think there should be a word before this)
Complete thread -- word subject is "septic". Not sure of the other
Complete thread -- ptotic?
Complete thread -- Speech Pathology consult s/l subject virtuation
Complete thread -- densely mytotic?
Complete thread -- a train of stimulation
Complete thread -- I happen to have just done QA on this file, and the doctor did indeed say "interventricula
Complete thread -- dense myopic?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- lol, it's weird because I can hear "period" plain as day since you pointed it out but
Complete thread -- You should hear how he says "paragraph." Sounds like "perpekfah."
Complete thread -- Oh.....sure fooled
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's not rupture, that's how he says "period."
Complete thread -- nerve rupture. Treatment of
Complete thread -- agree - s/l treatment of
Complete thread -- get over yourself quickly
Complete thread -- I think "rupture" comes after nerve
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- ? A treating of or maybe a treatment of
Complete thread -- _____ of stimulation at a frequency of 2 cycles per second was applied.
Complete thread -- ooh, you're good
Complete thread -- and maybe do desk duties
Complete thread -- and maybe to desk duties and
Complete thread -- He will stay out of work as a police officer ____(0:05:04.5) and com ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nodular
Complete thread -- All I find is "annual percentage rate" - which can't be right LOL
Complete thread -- She is a 12-year-old with a painful ____ subcutaneous mass on the right chest.
Complete thread -- 3 feet of colon removed. makes sense (or is it repeat colectomy?)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 3 feet of colectomy??? s.m.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I was at the doc's and just got back. Glad to help.
Complete thread -- I think so.
Complete thread -- Yup! Wow thanks for answering. I waiting a long time for an
Complete thread -- thanks so much. Is IR comma in correct place?
Complete thread -- comma after cholecystogram,
Complete thread -- wow. You are amazing! Thanks so much! Are my commas in the correct
Complete thread -- Tromner's
Complete thread -- interventional radiology?
Complete thread -- Why can't you just trust her instead of doubting and interrogating her? If she's sure
Complete thread -- wav is up now
Complete thread -- What does IR stand for in this context
Complete thread -- got it, presbyesophagus
Complete thread -- early presbyesophagus
Complete thread -- I think I will upload a WAV.
Complete thread -- whoops sorry, I'll wait
Complete thread -- Babinski is negative bilateral. Hoffmann and ____were also negative bilaterally
Complete thread -- his barium study which showed some possible early____ of the esophagus
Complete thread -- Got it--voltage criteria for
Complete thread -- The *A P R* (application for motor vehicle benefits).
Complete thread -- There is mild _____ left ventricular hypertrophy, which may be a normal variant.
Complete thread -- ROS-description of muscles. doc from UK
Complete thread -- yup. Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- There's a Schober test (back, I think). Is that where you have "Shwarmer" typed?
Complete thread -- Well, if he wants it that way, but
Complete thread -- looking for an orthopedic test that s/l Shomberg or schonberg
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- Background diabetic retinopathy or BDR
Complete thread -- s/l BD or BDR. pls sm
Complete thread -- he says open parentheses plural close parentheses
Complete thread -- he literally says "plural" following the word fossa???
Complete thread -- Obviously, you don't type the word "plural" if that's your question. You just make the
Complete thread -- fossae
Complete thread -- the supraclavicular fossa **(plural)** is tender - this is what he says... is this
Complete thread -- (I googled tibial distraction packed position)
Complete thread -- i find closed-packed position ??
Complete thread -- I would, like I change "a scissor" to scissors
Complete thread -- NM. Mob. Thanks
Complete thread -- tibial distraction in s/l liz packed position. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Manual therapy included patellar s/l mold, medial glide... TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- this is how dictated. should i change to pliers
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Ah yes...that sounds like it and makes sense. THanks.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I listened for that, but it is "vermis." Thanks, though!
Complete thread -- Thanks, but he is saying "vermis."
Complete thread -- I and D (incision and drainage)?
Complete thread -- dermis?
Complete thread -- s/l IMD???
Complete thread -- vermillion border (of the lip) ?
Complete thread -- positive, so is supraspinatus ....
Complete thread -- sign is positive. ____ supraspinatus
Complete thread -- One more thing, this is a physical exam.
Complete thread -- s/l laceration from his vermis through the cheek (see message)
Complete thread -- Definitely starts with "L" but not labrum or labral for sure. I will flag--thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- could it be Goutallier?
Complete thread -- Uh, right. Or even physiatry. (the point was: google)
Complete thread -- labral tear?
Complete thread -- or google physiatric, brings you to the same place.
Complete thread -- correct. google physiatrist
Complete thread -- From a *physiatric* perspective, there
Complete thread -- Cant seem to get that to work--have tried several times.
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- ? iliac crest level
Complete thread -- Nope, not that for sure.
Complete thread -- s/l grade 4 "la-bu-tea" atrophy??
Complete thread -- glenoid labrum
Complete thread -- iliosacral?
Complete thread -- Need help with word please...
Complete thread -- His *ileo casser level and* lumbosacral range of motion
Complete thread -- The delay is WITHIN the ventricle, not between, so it CANNOT be INTER
Complete thread -- again
Complete thread -- Thanks, went with "the route", pretty sure I hear "to help with the management"
Complete thread -- Good! It was really bothering
Complete thread -- bronchoscopy is the route of management?
Complete thread -- ha sorry, psychiatric
Complete thread -- Just got it. He is saying psychotic!
Complete thread -- In view of her ongoing symptoms and above findings, bronchoscopy __________
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, this is it
Complete thread -- Thanks that's it!
Complete thread -- Meary (metatarsotalar) angle
Complete thread -- x-rays s/l Mary's angle or mere eez angle?
Complete thread -- I'm still baffled. I hope someone else can come up with something for you.
Complete thread -- Kayser-Fleischer ring
Complete thread -- Kayser-Fleischer
Complete thread -- Weiss ring is all I can think of, but that doesn't fit with your s/l
Complete thread -- s/l Carza-Flasha ring
Complete thread -- Could this be temporization? Would that make sense?
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Any way you can post a wav or mp3, or do you have any other past history?
Complete thread -- Yes, there can be inflammation and swelling around it.
Complete thread -- It sounds like "an irritated" to me also.
Complete thread -- I can't figure out what he's mumbling in there.
Complete thread -- MORE
Complete thread -- says again and again: From a causally related *segrided* point of view
Complete thread -- accident date of 05/03/13 and purported *segrided* symptoms; resolved
Complete thread -- Tx for trying. I never heard of an irritated disc bulge
Complete thread -- they underwent assessment, treatment, and *temporigiton*. The claimant
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- an irritated?
Complete thread -- if anyone listens in and cannot get the word, could you please let me know
Complete thread -- some moderate left L5-S1 neural foraminal narrowing and ___(1:22)disc bulge
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you
Complete thread -- co-infection??
Complete thread -- later Lyme disease with possible "Ko??" infection
Complete thread -- "cone" infection or "comb" infection
Complete thread -- Right axilla dissection - arm was placed on s/l*boh'sborn bar*
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- darnit! I meant INTRA.... fingers had a mind of their own
Complete thread -- could be:
Complete thread -- no matter what I've heard...Stedman's only has inTERventricular conduction
Complete thread -- From a causally related *segrated* point of view
Complete thread -- maybe not, but it sure sounds like he is saying 3-leaf
Complete thread -- rigid?
Complete thread -- duh...I'm frazzled today. sorry
Complete thread -- Believe me, she is saying interventricular. It's crystal clear.
Complete thread -- will do if QA gets it
Complete thread -- please let us know what the word turns out to be
Complete thread -- if it's an EKG, it's intra-
Complete thread -- I listened for that but couldn't be sure
Complete thread -- I hear macroaneurysm frequently.
Complete thread -- D- ____ ventricles? Finding D-loop/looped but not sure she's saying that.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will flag it then unless someone here can make out what she's saying.
Complete thread -- ventricles do not possess leaves or leaflets
Complete thread -- valves are trileaflet - not ventricles
Complete thread -- See archives link.
Complete thread -- super clear. And these are EKG results. Going to flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- how clearly does he state it?
Complete thread -- s/l er-church catheters (cysto)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think I can actually hear that
Complete thread -- 3-leaf? like trileaflet but saying it oddly?
Complete thread -- As far as I know, it's always INTRAventricular conduction delay. That's the only thing
Complete thread -- micro tear? (google micro tear aneurysm)
Complete thread -- later says the following:
Complete thread -- Decreased visual acuity: Found to have a s/l macro-teer aneurysm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I can't hear that. Thanks. I put up a
Complete thread -- usually trileaflet??
Complete thread -- but, don't take my word for it. I've not been corrected...yet.
Complete thread -- s/l tea leaf ventricles
Complete thread -- closed, stable right lateral
Complete thread -- I always hear inter from 3 of the cardiologists I transcribe. No doubt in my mind what
Complete thread -- Doctor clearly dictates "INTERventricular conduction delay" and not INTRAventricular
Complete thread -- Is my comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- I'm finding that prominent U wave can be seen with congenital long QT syndrome, but I'm
Complete thread -- Yeah, I couldn't verify any by that name, either. Ty for help.
Complete thread -- thanks...
Complete thread -- I would but I'm fixing it instead.
Complete thread -- Oh wow, thanks. I'm going to fix it and resend with a note. I really appreciate it.
Complete thread -- Curious...if they let you know this is wrong, can you let us know...just for future
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- bad info
Complete thread -- that's too bad - Q wave is correct
Complete thread -- prominent Q waves commonly confound the measurement of the QTc
Complete thread -- no, you found articles that discuss both phenomena
Complete thread -- Thanks all. After reading up on it, I went with U wave.
Complete thread -- I should rephrase that - I didn't know there were U waves on an EKG.
Complete thread -- there sure is a U wave
Complete thread -- One day: did you notice, it was NOT the posters words, but a good source. Go away before
Complete thread -- hmmm..learn something new every day...but I honestly have never heard it before.
Complete thread -- I just googled EKG U wave, and there's quite a bit on prominent U waves causing prolonged
Complete thread -- thanks so much. I put that and flagged
Complete thread -- I dont think there are U waves on an EKG.
Complete thread -- only one I see is a volunteer for some cancer place.
Complete thread -- Thanks. She says it again later and it sounds a little like U wave? Hard to tell.
Complete thread -- prominent Q wave, so
Complete thread -- There is a _____, so the QTc is calculated to be 543.
Complete thread -- PCP is Dr. Judith Sharbaugh in PA. Cannot verify, even spells it. Anyone?
Complete thread -- ?Tradjenta (diabetes). Can be used with other diabetic drugs, sm
Complete thread -- paratenon?
Complete thread -- Novocaine ? (volume a little low)
Complete thread -- listen for Trileptal
Complete thread -- 2 blanks in the wave (post from below and an allergy blank)
Complete thread -- looking for medication that sounds like "tridental" Can you listen in to the
Complete thread -- right foot injury
Complete thread -- s/l temporigiton - spells really fast
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- could actually be a photostat like those copiers we used in school?
Complete thread -- photographs (taken and kept on chart)
Complete thread -- s/l *Photo stats* of prescriptions written
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Date of birth is __/19/2006. Sorry I couldn't go back too much because the name
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- persistent glabellar reflex
Complete thread -- There are no pathologic reflexes including palmomental, jaw jerk, snou ...
Complete thread -- intact hearing AU (both ears)
Complete thread -- Cranial nerve examination shows full extraocular movements, normal fac ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- no associated shortness of breath, nausea or other symptoms.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- There is no _____ or other symptoms.
Complete thread -- AND the maxillary crest ____ was chiseled off
Complete thread -- either of those are way high. I think Canadian measurements are different, but in US that
Complete thread -- with a hammer and osteotome
Complete thread -- maxillary crest chiseled off with a _____. These were maneuvered
Complete thread -- dictated: Creatinine sixty-five eight. (?65.8 or 658, kidney failure on dialysis)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yep, and wav ends at knife. ?
Complete thread -- Reuter bivalve?
Complete thread -- I don't hear your blank (did you record that far?) but do hear Cottle knife, not
Complete thread -- yes, that was already fixed after this post
Complete thread -- were maneuvered allowING (NOT allowed)
Complete thread -- Nasopore packing IMPREGNATED (NOT and pregnant!!)
Complete thread -- A *rude a bow bow* splint was placed on either side of the nasal septum
Complete thread -- sentence after blank: These were maneuvered allowed the septum to swing more freely to the
Complete thread -- maxillary crest. _______ done.
Complete thread -- well, they sound a lot alike; it's up to you. Cannot reference prefalcine.
Complete thread -- cONSIDEr the SoURce.
Complete thread -- Mood euphoric. Affect irritable.
Complete thread -- Went back to listen. He definitely is saying "prefalcine."
Complete thread -- That's it!
Complete thread -- parafalcine
Complete thread -- I think might be: 1. Will gather collateral information
Complete thread -- s/l pre-sal-feen area of the brain (see message) Not perisylvian.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Having a brain burp -- "Fort pickups" used for heel debridement
Complete thread -- affect would be correct (is that what you're asking?)
Complete thread -- ideas of reference
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 5. _____ information.
Complete thread -- delusions with ideas of *ref err in”. No homicidal ideations
Complete thread -- "euphoric affect" IS CORRECT ISN'T IT
Complete thread -- hyperverbal?
Complete thread -- increasingly *hyperavailable*, tangential, and grandiose.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! TYSM!
Complete thread -- why doesn't it fit? normomorphic = shaped normally
Complete thread -- www.clinicaltrials.gov
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. That is it!
Complete thread -- google current clinical trials - there are a bunch of websites with some good info
Complete thread -- aplastic anemia?
Complete thread -- Wow. She is saying "masses." I listened to it over and over
Complete thread -- Patient with lesion on back.
Complete thread -- ?arnica, but used for muscle aches/inflammation
Complete thread -- Is there somewhere to find the current and/or recent drug trials? TYSM!
Complete thread -- I will prescribe s/l ar-tick-uh for CLL and NHL. TIA!
Complete thread -- family history - and his father had a history of "A+ cholemia"
Complete thread -- normal s/l morphic foot....see inside for more
Complete thread -- thanks - thouoght so
Complete thread -- middle ear fluid
Complete thread -- tympanic membrane. A thin ______ fluid was aspirated
Complete thread -- he wanted .... Carafate, which I renewed for him.
Complete thread -- Depends on if you go by BOS or not
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Vitals: See s/l para chart for vitals.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- wanted __________ . I believe __________.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- placement of stent?
Complete thread -- esophageal?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- they had recommended __________. I shared all this
Complete thread -- biopsy as well as ________ biopsies were obtained,
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the right ventricle is moderately dilated.
Complete thread -- Hodgkin lymphoma or Hodgkin's lymphoma?
Complete thread -- Thanks--my wav is back up
Complete thread -- Thanks to all of you. I put Gralise and flagged
Complete thread -- Would you let me know when you're done so I can put my wav up? Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- if he's mispronouncing it. I would flag since it's a med
Complete thread -- I am wondering if it is Keralac. Would that make sense?
Complete thread -- maybe mispronouncing Gralise?
Complete thread -- and the ____ right ventricle is mildly dilated
Complete thread -- Cymbalta, _____(grey-lick?), hydrocodone, Fentora and Duragesic patches
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ___is from her
Complete thread -- lift!
Complete thread -- There was one time when she did sports that she had _____ asthma attack.
Complete thread -- looking for med thaht sounds like "Gray-lik" for back pain.
Complete thread -- He had bladder s/l loop surgery. thanks.
Complete thread -- tetanus shot, and then cephalexin.
Complete thread -- can i rely on that? is she not saying a few syllables before cephalexin?
Complete thread -- i was debating the same, nearest i can find, i will put in and underline?
Complete thread -- since mp3 lists "cephalexin, and acetaminophen with codeine"...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!~
Complete thread -- Strovite (vitamins)?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Synthroid, amlodipine, Bystolic, Xarelto, Prevacid, and _ ...
Complete thread -- he was given IV antibiotics, tetanus shot, and____(0:01:06.8) and Tylenol with codei
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- heel-toe and tandem gait are two different things
Complete thread -- Maybe "interstitial"
Complete thread -- deficient ??
Complete thread -- I would recommend getting a genetic evaluation to rule out cardiac ____ disease
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hear her start to say "young" but then it ends after the "yuh" part?
Complete thread -- SM heterogenous vs heterogeneous
Complete thread -- had some vision changes when he was young
Complete thread -- got it... Claus
Complete thread -- s/l... Claw or clof or something like that lifetime risk estimate.. sm
Complete thread -- He also has some vision changes when he was ____.
Complete thread -- I'd probably leave them as dictated since he worded it differently in both places.
Complete thread -- Yup!
Complete thread -- Thank you,I just cut and pasted it without the "s"
Complete thread -- gait "heel-toe" and "tandem gait". I am not sure if he is correcting himself (which
Complete thread -- if pt is a female, change beginning of sentence to She works...
Complete thread -- Dreyfus, a BNY Mellon Company provides mutual funds, separate accounts and retirement
Complete thread -- Social History: He works for "guyfus" or "Dreifus" . Patient is female
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sounds strange, though. I'd probably consider flagging.
Complete thread -- Maybe patient giggles because of an awkward stance or something. Who knows?
Complete thread -- It is BESS balance test I also hear giggling but doesn't sound quite right
Complete thread -- s/l giggling to me.
Complete thread -- giggling? jiggling? (have no idea what procedure is)
Complete thread -- With pad on nondominant leg 10 errors with eyes open and 3 errors with ...
Complete thread -- affect is used correctly here (and not being used as a noun)
Complete thread -- it fits perfectly well; you're just not familiar with it
Complete thread -- trapezoidectomy involves trapezoid ligament; trapeziectomy involves trapezium bone
Complete thread -- yes - there is a difference between trapeziectomy and trapezoidectomy
Complete thread -- Yes, that was not my question at all.
Complete thread -- Why did you post this? No one has asked a question about effect/affect!
Complete thread -- effect/affect Unless your topic is psychology, you will rarely need to use affect as a nou
Complete thread -- native & neo defined (for those who are curious) sm
Complete thread -- lesion defined with "some"example phrases (lesion used often)sm
Complete thread -- nevermind..i see now. just change it to the right word.
Complete thread -- why doesnt it fit? trapezium is one of the eight carpal (wrist) bones
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- i know word trapeziectomy,but if you read whole sentence, it can't fit here, and i can't
Complete thread -- is he saying fosamax?i hear fosamac
Complete thread -- trapeziectomy means excision of trapezoid...see link for search
Complete thread -- is trapezoidectomy a valid word? see message
Complete thread -- Thanks to all. No, I'm not the same OP.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- altered mental status
Complete thread -- nausea, vomiting, poor p.o. intake, ___________, and hallucinations
Complete thread -- It's lesion. Curious about whether you're the OP who had
Complete thread -- really good thinking and good ear
Complete thread -- I hear lesion, I agree with lesion, and lesion is appropriate to the context
Complete thread -- I also hear "lesion", pretty clearly actually.
Complete thread -- There is such a thing as a valve lesion.. The audio is kind of scratchy though.
Complete thread -- Thanks but don't think so. It seems to be referring to aortic valve regurgitation.
Complete thread -- the lesion?
Complete thread -- and usually there is no treatment unless the _____ begins to significantly affect
Complete thread -- Thanks. I feel dumb.
Complete thread -- which is
Complete thread -- There was only very mild aortic valve regurgitation ____ stable.
Complete thread -- His native pulmonary valve, now the neoaortic valve,
Complete thread -- quinoa or sweet potato chips?
Complete thread -- His ____ pulmonary valve _____ aortic valve is noted to be bicuspid and mildly thicke
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm sure I'll be fine. My hb is 11.7 so it can't be too bad.
Complete thread -- thanks for coming back with the answer. I'm one that asked for it yesterday. hope you wi
Complete thread -- Could be misreading/misspelling. Maybe Exforge or something like that.
Complete thread -- If you still really want to know for sure, call the lab at the hospital.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- relaquil for the 2nd- and he actually spells efforey- still not verifiable
Complete thread -- i add to my question she is allergic to ___ which gives her a rash
Complete thread -- doc spells medicine a-f-f-o-r-e-y
Complete thread -- For those who wanted an updated on hypo%, all the doc answered is that it's a sign
Complete thread -- I didn't know! Thanks! But not hearing that for my s/l before chips. (ty to helper below
Complete thread -- they do make quinoa chips
Complete thread -- quinoa (pronounced keen-wah)
Complete thread -- Lunch may be fish, potato, fries, and fresh fruit. Snack is *keen-wah* or...
Complete thread -- neutral rotation left side flexed right; neutral rotation right side flexed left
Complete thread -- NRLSR and NRRSL - any idea what those are? TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks - yes. Dictation is very poor quality so I couldn't quite hear it clearly.
Complete thread -- likely sayinng PVCs (premature ventricular contractions) sm
Complete thread -- Telemetry overnight showed some
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- I would guess it's a diamond-shaped ellipse of skin to be excised.
Complete thread -- there are diamond dissecting scalpel blade and diamond knives
Complete thread -- Under good local anesthetic using 1% Xylocaine with epinephrine, the * ...
Complete thread -- Sometimes it really does work that way. Happens to me all the time.
Complete thread -- consecutive is not a synonym for conglomerative (in the least)
Complete thread -- no, concomitantly would not be correct here
Complete thread -- that is probably what messed me up on this one...was so frazzled from the last one.
Complete thread -- It sure is, especially compared to the last one you posted. I lost track of how many
Complete thread -- gosh, it is so obvious now. Perhaps I better quit for the day. :(
Complete thread -- Thank you, that is it...I was thinking of a lab test.
Complete thread -- See HPI for details
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. Flagging.
Complete thread -- too fast & muffled for me. sorry
Complete thread -- Medications: AndroGel daily. Allergies: __________
Complete thread -- Well, not really, but what was that expression Mgt used, "you can't make a silk purse out
Complete thread -- I like it.
Complete thread -- oops, meant sm: see above.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all! Verbatim account, but this was too much :) nm
Complete thread -- If that is being said, sure, but you can't just assume that's what the dictator
Complete thread -- agree with the word concomitantly. much better than the clusterf..i mean conglomerative
Complete thread -- conglomeratively, wow
Complete thread -- Agree. There are lots of interventions involved in discharge planning. I've had docs
Complete thread -- concomitantly existing or occurring with something els
Complete thread -- If you can edit: total, all together (Or, nothing is really needed there, I'd say.)
Complete thread -- the more I look, I just don't see it as fitting?? docs & big words just don't mix
Complete thread -- He likes big words. I'd have chosen consecutively myself, but....
Complete thread -- Doc says "60 minutes *conglomeratively* were spent arranging this discharge.
Complete thread -- Can you give us the whole sentence, and maybe a sentence before & after?
Complete thread -- I agree with Optivar sounding the closest.
Complete thread -- Optivar?
Complete thread -- no vomiting, no elevated temperate, neck, jaw, or arm pain. review of systems...
Complete thread -- I've heard of it before, but not often
Complete thread -- Sometimes we "clearly" hear it wrong, not that the doctor is "clearly" saying it right.
Complete thread -- Clearly says Optomara...
Complete thread -- ? Optimol?
Complete thread -- lol, that was my very first thought.
Complete thread -- Got feedback from QA. Doc was saying MRKH, which expands to...
Complete thread -- s/l Octomara eye drops? Anyone heard of that before..can't find
Complete thread -- I hope they cleaned it first.
Complete thread -- see: Barber scale
Complete thread -- consider: status post medical INTERVENTION (not termination)
Complete thread -- Ok, yes, I confirmed this with a GI scrub tech. The EGD scope
Complete thread -- Yep. Good for you. He's
Complete thread -- Okay got it all after going back for a relisten. No vomiting. No elevated temperatures.
Complete thread -- if it helps, she has a duodenal stricture.
Complete thread -- colonoscope used for EGD.
Complete thread -- After taking a break and relistening I hear no vomiting. (period). No _________symptoms
Complete thread -- That's what I thought I heard too, but it does not seem to fit in the review of systems.:(
Complete thread -- That's what I thought I heard too, but it does not seem to fit in the review of systems.:(
Complete thread -- that could be it. thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- treatment of all the
Complete thread -- There has been no vomiting, _____ symptoms.
Complete thread -- Systral cream?
Complete thread -- Been there, done that. I used generic estroven. Worked great.
Complete thread -- yes, caught that elsewhere... thanks
Complete thread -- sequence of memory
Complete thread -- but I might try that myself lol
Complete thread -- I did find that, he is just so clear on the "see"
Complete thread -- Well there is an over the counter Estriol cream.
Complete thread -- No idea. 62-year old female with a cough. Just on list of medications.
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I can't get that at all. Will flag. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- What is it for?
Complete thread -- consider: during the course of the interview (not injury)
Complete thread -- I thought that too but it definitely did not sound like that no matter how hard I tried sm
Complete thread -- ? quad
Complete thread -- Not sure if this is what you need, but I found this. müllerian aplasia
Complete thread -- medications: s/l see-es-ter-ol cream
Complete thread -- Then start a new sentence with the patient tended....
Complete thread -- this is not how to use google
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- imperforate hymen versus *am-are-cage* or other anatomic variant
Complete thread -- I hear on preop labs.
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- Cognition demonstrates *skims of* memory to be grossly intact
Complete thread -- Patient had a s/l Pock preg screen here which was negative.
Complete thread -- Could it be "which was thought to be..."
Complete thread -- termination of what was thought to be in the setting of what
Complete thread -- and the normal platelets
Complete thread -- Don't know blank but think it's "normal coagulation parameters and normal platelets" not
Complete thread -- acetowhite
Complete thread -- and abnormal platelets __________ the patient tended
Complete thread -- medical termination *was thought to be* in the setting of what appears
Complete thread -- on colposcopy, diffuse s/l aceetoid epithelium was noted.
Complete thread -- Said to be named for the Kingdom of Castile, a region in what is now Spain, so yes, I'd
Complete thread -- claimant's fund of information
Complete thread -- s/l fundit information
Complete thread -- Yay, I thought I was going to have to hang my head in shame. :)
Complete thread -- vag-o-ler sounds like vacuolar to me...
Complete thread -- Wait, I think Castile soap is correct way.
Complete thread -- That's it!! s/l castee-all soap, so Castile Soap. Thanks a million times!
Complete thread -- Wow, thanks so much for your research! Going back for another listen now!
Complete thread -- Sounds crazy but ---------------------------------------
Complete thread -- He is getting GoLYTELY 500 mL twice a day, mixed with 15 mL of glycerin and 15 mL of
Complete thread -- the grammar is very wrong
Complete thread -- risk of malrotation
Complete thread -- Is this past medical history? If so, ADX = adrenalectomy
Complete thread -- what do they say next?
Complete thread -- yep, betcha this is correct, common term in psych reports nm
Complete thread -- probably (likely) what you hear is accurate. sm
Complete thread -- KNOCK
Complete thread -- Thank you! That was it. Have a great day. :-) nm
Complete thread -- skin biopsy
Complete thread -- ayurvedic -- see link (if it works)
Complete thread -- "Headaches being relieved by *iarbetic" medication from India". SM
Complete thread -- Is he maybe referring to a Lhermitte's sign?
Complete thread -- All my accounts want it different. regular, bolded, capped, not capped, bolded, capped no
Complete thread -- duh, that's probably it
Complete thread -- I would think he means 3800-4000
Complete thread -- signs
Complete thread -- dural tension *fines*. There
Complete thread -- This is normal for *hermet* with pain less
Complete thread -- That would be according to your account specs. I don't, but...
Complete thread -- He is right handed *by percussion*
Complete thread -- Code Status: Full or FULL ? Caps?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- probably meant 380,400 and no way to be absolutely sure, that needs flagging.
Complete thread -- I might be able to help if you tell us what language you speak.
Complete thread -- s/l maxislow medication for pneumonia 1 tablet q.d.
Complete thread -- plateauing beta-hCG at the level of *3800/4000* - how to write
Complete thread -- Can someone confirm this? It is significant for heterotaxy syndrome *(A, D, X)*.
Complete thread -- i m writing dual. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 68-year-old male with a long history of BPH. He was ...
Complete thread -- Shuck or shear test...
Complete thread -- because of the risk of ______.
Complete thread -- s/l share and chuck
Complete thread -- What I mean is that we would just be "guessing" if we tried to make sense of it. :)
Complete thread -- That doesn't make any sense and I don't think anyone here would be able to help you.
Complete thread -- a lot!
Complete thread -- curtail (reduce)
Complete thread -- he is feeling fine and he does s/l cut tail his activity to some extent.tx
Complete thread -- consultation
Complete thread -- consultation
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- affect effect?
Complete thread -- I guess he could be making up a word to describe not being able to see well. Hmm
Complete thread -- I don't know what else it could be, but here's a link you can check.
Complete thread -- Sorry.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- centrally s/l "anocular
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- please see rules for posting
Complete thread -- She has a peritoneal dialysis catheter with s/l draysix at the base.
Complete thread -- s/l martyr negative scale in reference to psych eval TIA!
Complete thread -- psychotropic?
Complete thread -- s/l psycho-full-ic medication
Complete thread -- correction
Complete thread -- NM, think maybe it's Saphris. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ?He was admitted yesterday for further workup and management sm
Complete thread -- would suggest...
Complete thread -- pure junk
Complete thread -- Speedy! TYSM!
Complete thread -- honeybunny, that makes no sense whatsoever
Complete thread -- s/l sac-cris. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Trilafon
Complete thread -- psych med s/l trill-oh-con no dosage info. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Did that with no result.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Did that with no result.
Complete thread -- consultation
Complete thread -- did you try googling the patient's name? Sometimes it will state on Linkedin.
Complete thread -- sorry, that was probably not helpful.
Complete thread -- sm for link
Complete thread -- s/l gm desk research in Indiana TIA!
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I think it's Silverlon
Complete thread -- servalon foam (I think it's something like Adaptic).
Complete thread -- Just out of curiousity, can you let us know what the abbreviation means when you
Complete thread -- makes sense, but at this point...the OP is no doubt gone, and it just doesnt matter
Complete thread -- for next time, also google guidewire/wire interchangable sm
Complete thread -- this is tricky to google, and particularly confounding...
Complete thread -- true dat
Complete thread -- The OPs rarely tell us what (if anything) they go with but simply say thank you
Complete thread -- : ) (it's not your fault)
Complete thread -- since he's reading a report, I bet it's "with them unable to perform"
Complete thread -- I sure hope not
Complete thread -- it was cute...but it looks like the OP may have used it!
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- google world health organization + alma curve (set of guidelines health development
Complete thread -- maybe with inability to perform...?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help!!
Complete thread -- nauseam
Complete thread -- ostium sounds better than my "ad nauseum," that's for sure!
Complete thread -- ^^ ostium
Complete thread -- you are correct
Complete thread -- mild LAD disease, 50% diagonal, and circumflex
Complete thread -- I think comma should be after diagonal but not circumflex
Complete thread -- severely stenosed with him ?
Complete thread -- HUMI sounds right
Complete thread -- comma after circumflex,
Complete thread -- ad nauseam? (to sickening/disgusting extent)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm not too worried.
Complete thread -- glue
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link. Looks like you might be right.
Complete thread -- cardiology question see msg. thanks
Complete thread -- I believe it refers to hypochromic red blood cells
Complete thread -- s/l gru
Complete thread -- thick ESL - s/l human - ? means HUMI ?
Complete thread -- Hopefully its nothing serious.
Complete thread -- Yes just found it - wow that one had me stumped - thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Gralise?
Complete thread -- see inside please -
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- antidiarrhea pills
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I emailed the doctor but probably won't get an answer today so thought I would see if any
Complete thread -- 2-year complaint
Complete thread -- levothyroxine, Lomotil, Welchol, famotidine, _________ pills, nebulizer p.r.n.
Complete thread -- 2 year complaint (hyphen or not)
Complete thread -- oh sorry. I did not read first post.
Complete thread -- I'd call the lab, or the doctor.
Complete thread -- developed a sinus of Valsalva?
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I just got it. it's "at the level of the sinus of Valsalva"
Complete thread -- Doc isn't saying anything. I'm reading the results of my blood test from the computer.
Complete thread -- developed a hiatus with Valsalva?
Complete thread -- Could doc be saying lympho(cytes)?
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- Initially, the ascending aorta _____ the sinus of Valsalva was measuring 25 mm
Complete thread -- I found reference to a person name Akin in 1925 that started this, but ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, that I know. This is one of the items listed though. It lists WBC, RBC, HB, EOS,
Complete thread -- hyper would be more, hypo is less
Complete thread -- I see Akin capitalized everywhere but can't see that it is named after anyone?
Complete thread -- THANX ...
Complete thread -- Anyone know what "hypo %" is in a CBC? I had a CBC today and one of the things listed
Complete thread -- and now I'm questioning akin.... anyone?
Complete thread -- I would Akin - but Chevron is a type of osteotomy - not named after a person,
Complete thread -- Akin and Chevron - would you capitalize these?
Complete thread -- saccadic
Complete thread -- On examination, there is no nystagmus. There is some s/l sacotic trac ...
Complete thread -- fluorescence troponin normal, antibody negative.
Complete thread -- okay, i didn't read any of them, just searched.
Complete thread -- labs for pat with polyarthralgias and myalgias
Complete thread -- Thanks for this input! Going back for another listen. Appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- ? trocar stick
Complete thread -- alma comes up with WHO, but it's not germane
Complete thread -- listen for: "ON THE WHO curve" - not alma who curve
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- he means lighten her sedatives.
Complete thread -- Neuro: At this time it is quite difficult to assess tp's neurologic
Complete thread -- okay then
Complete thread -- hollow sounds like tapping on a wooden barrel?
Complete thread -- on duh - bowel sounds.
Complete thread -- There is a pelvic rock test?
Complete thread -- The abdomen is obese, but otherwise soft, nontender, nondistended
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'm almost embarrassed here, like I should know this. Guess I'll
Complete thread -- s/l Leg rock test
Complete thread -- Tanner I, referring to genitalia.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Still hard to see how that fits with "curve" mentioned in my context.
Complete thread -- PE of 1-year-old: GU: This is a *tee-nure one* female with normal
Complete thread -- i googled alma WHO organization - try that
Complete thread -- Hmm, just seeing "Alma Ata Declaration." Why can't I find anything
Complete thread -- Still getting just empty Google. I will try another search. Maybe
Complete thread -- Thanks, it was just odd (?) that it was exact same values for both. I'm still
Complete thread -- it should show you a bunch of pages about WHO and Alma on the google page
Complete thread -- Thanks! (Link takes me to Google?) Do you know anything about Alma curve?
Complete thread -- I think it is okay since she talks weight, then length, then weight for length
Complete thread -- WHO is World Health Organization and I found (see link)
Complete thread -- Gosh, struggling a lot with pediatrics (new to me). A couple of questions inside.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd say it is dark green color, not dark and green
Complete thread -- dark green stools or dark-green stools? (sm for full context)
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- doc says oh one four... should this be 0.014 or 014?
Complete thread -- Oh my, glad I asked! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- jaw support
Complete thread -- looks like family is agreeing with the pt's "denial" of injury
Complete thread -- And I appreciate it! Thanks again. : )
Complete thread -- Mom has noted some improvements in baby's suck and swallow with *draw support*....
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l mile of injury TIA!
Complete thread -- It was a "long shot"
Complete thread -- How did it turn out? Is it anus?
Complete thread -- what's the procedure?
Complete thread -- Yes, saying *fortified* alone. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Are you sure about anus? Could it be pannus??
Complete thread -- oh boy, sorry, thanks... i could not find what I was looking for so thought that was wrong
Complete thread -- I'll go back and listen for that. Thanks for your suggestion!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Ah thanks. ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?iron-fortified
Complete thread -- Refers to atopy - allergic reactions after contact
Complete thread -- Yes, suspensive
Complete thread -- Can anyone explain what atopic history refers to? Have not heard
Complete thread -- not sure, but fix proceeded to proceed
Complete thread -- s/l shaft grad wire AND WAV added for last blank
Complete thread -- ex-30-week
Complete thread -- cellules?
Complete thread -- ABIs, PVRs,
Complete thread -- proceeded with a *trogerd* stick in
Complete thread -- 6- to 7-year history...Is this how it should be written?
Complete thread -- in the form of *A B Is, P V Rs* and a CT angiogram,
Complete thread -- Drinks Alimentum formula *four to five* with an extra scoop of
Complete thread -- the bladder shows some trabeculation and some small *sill use* and early diver
Complete thread -- NM. Found it.
Complete thread -- I'm new to pediatrics. How to type pt is a 1-year-old *ex* 30-week infant?
Complete thread -- s/l pur-vee-nuh-cone-uh-roo in MI area TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks... I think that is it!
Complete thread -- hey, this was answered yesterday below. hmmmm
Complete thread -- There's Uchida
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation using the sl "achita/chita" procedure? nm
Complete thread -- Thanks, I try to be
Complete thread -- s/l gone-zaw-go in Stanford, CA area - possible renal surgeon TIA!
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much. I knew the phrase, but not the spelling
Complete thread -- It's a common phrase.
Complete thread -- tx so much! How do you know it is in"and" of itsel It is in my Instant Text the other w
Complete thread -- hails
Complete thread -- "fibroses over" (in and of itself)
Complete thread -- He is hoping the whole hip, in it of itself, __ over so that he would not have to do
Complete thread -- A 56-year-old female who s/l hales or hails from China.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Kadian or Opana
Complete thread -- opioid such as *cadian or opana* to treat residual
Complete thread -- Kadcyla
Complete thread -- doc spells medication "Cadcyla". Appears to be for ulcers. Cannot document
Complete thread -- Maybe trying to say hydroDIURIL, s/l hid dor uril though
Complete thread -- not 100% but s/l slurring dee-uril Diuril (HCTZ). I'd have to flag it if it was me.
Complete thread -- Lipitor, Prinivil, _________, Glucophage
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- K-Dur??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1. of the venous plexus ?? 3. over to the stage of the suture??
Complete thread -- Prinivil, *hidor*, Glucophage, Toprol
Complete thread -- Multiple questions - please help
Complete thread -- Thank you, though!
Complete thread -- oops--you beat me to it. I hadn't refreshed the page so didn't see that you already had it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Found it: escitalopram. Thank you!
Complete thread -- left knee pain in a 70-year-old woman
Complete thread -- There is very ______ mostly in the left ventricular apex.
Complete thread -- you are right
Complete thread -- s/l thickenal
Complete thread -- disability
Complete thread -- I am writing a letter to case manager of Medical "and Stability" Services
Complete thread -- She has mild dyspnea which she says is due to s/l wag? thanks.
Complete thread -- capacious.
Complete thread -- s/l abacious vagina
Complete thread -- I think that was it! Thank you!! NM
Complete thread -- salubrious response...posting for archives. :)
Complete thread -- He appears to have s/l sunuvious response to medication. English word!tx.
Complete thread -- loupes -- those magnifying glasses they wear to do surgery.
Complete thread -- what is the actual sentence
Complete thread -- Trauma surgeon says he has to go to another hospital to "pick up his loops."
Complete thread -- see second in list (inside) fior possible answer
Complete thread -- Peyronie's disease med s/l pruh-tal-buh TIA!
Complete thread -- that works!
Complete thread -- acral lentiginous melanoma?
Complete thread -- Clark level 4 invasive s/l ak-ner-tig-nus melanoma of the foot
Complete thread -- good answer!
Complete thread -- That is genius!
Complete thread -- Are u sure about inner ear? Just reading sentence, it s/l "Patient has irritable bowel
Complete thread -- Phenylephrine Rhinall is a medicine to relieve nasal congestion
Complete thread -- The patient has inner ear (s/l toe-bell syndrome). ...
Complete thread -- think about that
Complete thread -- s/l Ray-Naw
Complete thread -- I'll try that. thanks
Complete thread -- Doctor is a clear dictator she dictates it as I stated. I've listened to it quite a few
Complete thread -- see the link I just posted.
Complete thread -- see linky
Complete thread -- I don't know what is wrong but I cannot post under my original post below, so apologi
Complete thread -- she is, but I think she misheard the sentence noted
Complete thread -- I think you're right
Complete thread -- wait...are you asking if it is TH, CH, or PH weekly Herceptin?
Complete thread -- i thought the OP was questioning the th/ch/ph (or whatever is typed) cant see it when I'm
Complete thread -- are you questioning th/ch/ph? if so, thats a broad range. can you post a sound exerpt?
Complete thread -- listen for: had some difficulty in terms or her eye, in terms of traumatic....
Complete thread -- see msg and thanks
Complete thread -- Was thinking of abscess.
Complete thread -- I'd say incision & drainage much more likely.
Complete thread -- BOS page 347 for clarity
Complete thread -- BoS says you can use the hyphen to represent to in a range if ...
Complete thread -- really depends more on account preference. I don't use the - unless i have to. easier
Complete thread -- grade 2 to 3 or grade 2-3??
Complete thread -- Thank you all for the input!
Complete thread -- it does make sense--- up" suboptimal URR (or upped) Same non-MT commenting)
Complete thread -- i heard staged areas (staging to see how far cancer progressed?)
Complete thread -- it just clicks there. maybe she is saying suspicious areas?
Complete thread -- thanks - sorry - I did see astrocytoma after I asked :-(
Complete thread -- low-grade astrocytoma (brain lesion) is my guess
Complete thread -- mage-guided Neurosurgery Navigation Systems, Software, and ...
Complete thread -- of the staged areas?
Complete thread -- Stealth
Complete thread -- can you give other info on what they have worked up so far? pt being investigated for?
Complete thread -- Given the location we believe that this would best be performed as an ...
Complete thread -- thanks for what you got. anyone else?
Complete thread -- don't have first blank yet, but second is "We explained that this lesion is suspicious for
Complete thread -- We recommend additional workup for the patient which includes an EEG a ...
Complete thread -- However, in that context I'd "GUESS" irrigation & debridement
Complete thread -- nobody knows - unless he describes it in the dictation of what he did
Complete thread -- cripes, i didnt catch that. type that into google brings up the word the OP needs.
Complete thread -- Thumb I&D of wound and primary repair of extensor tendon. Irrigation/debridement or
Complete thread -- obstructing the... and I agree with Oscar.
Complete thread -- try googling furview also
Complete thread -- Kadien or Opana (did you try googling opana
Complete thread -- I hear "obstructing" but not sure if a cranioplasty can be obstructed by colonizing?
Complete thread -- acting opioid such as *cadian or opana* to treat residual
Complete thread -- Anyone know what a "small arc" is referring to? Have not heard
Complete thread -- I discussed with the patient and his daughter the need for surgical re ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- google comma with who and a bunch of punctuation places come up
Complete thread -- I was close but no cigar - guessed mon-nay and morning below.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I realized my book was open to several examples with no comma, but
Complete thread -- no comma there.
Complete thread -- Started a new account today, VR, and it always places a comma in
Complete thread -- good ears!
Complete thread -- That's it!
Complete thread -- 1st one is hours slept last night: 8
Complete thread -- It's Dr. Patel. Ty anyway. :)
Complete thread -- yep, i hear that.
Complete thread -- PCP is Dr. s/l pay-touse near Indiana, PA.
Complete thread -- I can't get it all, but I hear "paragraph... in regards to his word memory" then s/l 30%
Complete thread -- Thx a bunch! nm
Complete thread -- yes, periscar is correct. Sometimes they say peri-infarct.
Complete thread -- "periscar" ischemia
Complete thread -- Cognitive efficiency index: 0.45 ____(0:10:58.6) For word mem ...
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- staining
Complete thread -- do you have more context? what is the patient being seen for? findings of what?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- GI precautions?
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?q=methyl+methacrylate&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=JQYVUqiZC
Complete thread -- http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/arch.cgi?board=word&page=hjni&file=hjnih
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho has it as two.
Complete thread -- absolutely NOT
Complete thread -- Takes naproxen 440 mg. S/l "jeb" or "jet" precautions were reviewed.
Complete thread -- I reviewed the findings with the aid of _______ photograph. SM
Complete thread -- I don't think I'd cap "football team." Does "the" precede "Neptune" in sentence?
Complete thread -- methylmethacrylate - one or two words - fonud both
Complete thread -- I don't have a link, I just remember someone posting it (that's why I said "I think")
Complete thread -- i can't find it can you give me link
Complete thread -- Good
Complete thread -- I think this is in archives from just a few days ago & I'm pretty sure it was yes.
Complete thread -- and cut
Complete thread -- He is able to run, sprint __, as he had not been able to previously a ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Latin: mane (in the morning)
Complete thread -- medal? (big nostril j/k)
Complete thread -- thanks, she says "at" though, 14 at 019
Complete thread -- I guess doc is mixing up the 24-hour clock (wouldn't be in office after midnight) thanks
Complete thread -- 14-19? (i googled and it shows ranges ??)
Complete thread -- does football team need cpaitals
Complete thread -- Good grief, the op obviously isn't coming back. Just move on.
Complete thread -- and then a *gold metal* was admitted into the naris bilaterally
Complete thread -- at 0019?
Complete thread -- "it's for diabetes"? probably a med list? not sure context would help?
Complete thread -- Intraocular pressures were 14 at s/l "oh-19" sm plse
Complete thread -- more context always helps, but whatever. I'm not the one asking for help.
Complete thread -- Well it's for diabetes and probably just a list of medications so not sure more context
Complete thread -- we could guess all day, but w/o context it's just guessin'
Complete thread -- I thought it was Friday but that can't be
Complete thread -- s/l mon-nay ...what the heck?
Complete thread -- morning?
Complete thread -- you need to give some context around this (if you want my help)
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Diamicron MR 30 mg (s/l mania???) ...
Complete thread -- yep, thats what i hear too
Complete thread -- ?inability? to guarantee?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- need for treatment, _________ appearance of the nose
Complete thread -- urine?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l steer in toxicology reoprt
Complete thread -- no, "he did up a..." does not make sense, and the meaning of URR is not the question.
Complete thread -- any? (and plural - conjunctivae)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I wonder if the doc said it again at the bottom in assessment/impression/diagnosis?
Complete thread -- verrucous vulva
Complete thread -- I listened for that, but I don't hear it. Flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav is gone and maybe OP is too, but could it be "at such a young age"?
Complete thread -- I doubt "up" because that just doesn't make sense and the rest of this is dictated making
Complete thread -- Sorry, I missed that part
Complete thread -- Thanks. She dictates periods though, so I don't think so.
Complete thread -- and she does not seek treatment
Complete thread -- and she does not seek treatment
Complete thread -- oops, hit ENTER too soon
Complete thread -- I think "up" suboptimal (URR rate rose) is okay(or FLAG it)
Complete thread -- Maybe "usually at some age" goes with previous sentence ?
Complete thread -- no comma after hallucination, but comma after that is present, but her judgment is poor
Complete thread -- Thanks. Patient is a 6-year-old with chest pain. It has to be unlikely based on context.
Complete thread -- not likely in a breast
Complete thread -- her judgment is poor and _____ treatment.
Complete thread -- lichen sclerosus comes to mind with that description. i think your word is sclerosis tho
Complete thread -- see paragraph
Complete thread -- agree - and please refine your s/l
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sclerosis? how about a few more words to help us out? like the sentence before & after
Complete thread -- s/l... Ca-row-cis vulva... Nm
Complete thread -- An uncle and a maternal grandmother have. . .
Complete thread -- just remove word "that"----- would justify an interim
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is
Complete thread -- eye on the prize?
Complete thread -- I hear very likely - (not unlikely)
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I hear too, but I'm not sure it makes much sense.
Complete thread -- s/l Usually at some age, it is...
Complete thread -- adenoma (you're picking up the R in "likely for adenoma")
Complete thread -- ? peritoneal
Complete thread -- note: He did HAVE a suboptimal URR (not "up")
Complete thread -- prone knee?
Complete thread -- diurnal?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- we are going to increase his *di neal* flow rate
Complete thread -- see paragraph
Complete thread -- s/l...breast ret-a-noma...nm
Complete thread -- is or are? There is an uncle and a maternal grandmother who have supraventricular tac
Complete thread -- Usually ____, it is very unlikely that it will be from an arrhythmia
Complete thread -- total knee replacement question
Complete thread -- think you may be right (Michigan)
Complete thread -- None of the sentences there make any sense
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- NO, STOP YELLING, DITCH THE ALL CAPS!
Complete thread -- sacroiliac joint will exhibit a positive pelvic rock test. The pelvic rock test is perform
Complete thread -- "stable to rock" or something similar. here's a link for what that means...
Complete thread -- stable to rock
Complete thread -- Her pelvis is nontender, stable and *a rock*.
Complete thread -- lacs - short form for lacerations. Makes sense for a trauma eval.
Complete thread -- I thought he might be saying Michigan, but I think it'd be more than 170 miles. Not sure.
Complete thread -- Her neck is nontender. No *stepoffs, lacks,* or abrasions noted.
Complete thread -- op is comng bak. thanks all. i suppose i will put in fishers with underline.
Complete thread -- I heard what I think was Fishers. looked around a map and didnt see anything else pop out
Complete thread -- lol, what do you hear? (don't think op is coming back)
Complete thread -- granulomatous?
Complete thread -- NO. MUST BE SOMETHING ELSE?
Complete thread -- GRAND MA DISEASE OF THE LUNGS
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe on a bike it felt like 170 miles
Complete thread -- But that's a little less than 100 miles so probably
Complete thread -- Fishers???
Complete thread -- or will have been exhausted
Complete thread -- Suspect cyclist palsy. The patient has developed numbness and tinglin ...
Complete thread -- In last sentence, should "we" be "would"? (would have been). It doesn't make much sense
Complete thread -- egg, tree nuts
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think that's it. nm
Complete thread -- interim makes sense, but the whole sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- furrow? furrowed?
Complete thread -- Allergies: The patient is allergic to *aqual tree nuts* and mushroom.
Complete thread -- Esophagogastroduodenoscopy s/l "farrow" appearing mucosa sm
Complete thread -- that would justify an *interim* chiropractic treatment
Complete thread -- disparate? check (of course) if makes sense in entire context.
Complete thread -- Atrial fibrillation with rapid rate, explains s/l des-paired results? thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Apokyn is injectable
Complete thread -- I sent it in with 11 flagged blanks. I hate doing that, but better than guessing. Thx.
Complete thread -- Epogen was my first guess but it doesn't go with anything else mentioned about the patient
Complete thread -- Here are some full sentence mentions:
Complete thread -- full sentence, please
Complete thread -- Maybe Epogen?
Complete thread -- s/l "ebogen" injection as part of a cleansing process
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Wouldn't it be "stem"?
Complete thread -- I thought "extra" at first but not sure that would even make sense. It's probably
Complete thread -- yes, that was it for sure.
Complete thread -- Yes, "cisplatin is the current approved name in all nomenclature systems. If a doctor
Complete thread -- brain stem
Complete thread -- s/l bray-some
Complete thread -- google your s/l with expanding BCC... see link
Complete thread -- thanky!
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- tossup between cis-platinum or cisplatinum, never capital P on PubMed.
Complete thread -- I would think it would be 0.1 mL.
Complete thread -- 0.01 mL - correct for a tenth of a cc? I hate metric crap.
Complete thread -- Appreciate your input! After rereading and relistening several times, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, me too! :) ...
Complete thread -- There was no significant ____ displacement at the PMI.
Complete thread -- not fractions, i meant decimels ...
Complete thread -- Drugs.com has it as Cis-Platinum
Complete thread -- just saw your message now about cisplatin
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- from what I read, use decimals only for metric. for inches, it isn't fractions.
Complete thread -- cisplatinum or cis-platinum or Cis-Platinum? TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l stamina??
Complete thread -- not 0.013 ? just asking because
Complete thread -- 13/1000 inch split-thickness...
Complete thread -- This is a 13 one-thousandth of an inch split-thickness graft. Acceptable as typed?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Med for BCC sounds like er-vuh-lidge. No dosage info. TIA!
Complete thread -- I'd go with however he pronounced it. either/or is good.
Complete thread -- I'd leave paragraph just the way you have it
Complete thread -- articulated (i googled ticulated walker) >
Complete thread -- Should I leave paragraph form or make options 1 and 2 bullets?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- That's it! Clear as a bell, lol! Thanks!
Complete thread -- reading that, it doesnt necessarily have to be a pain med
Complete thread -- Ambien is all I can think of
Complete thread -- and compulsatory use of medication
Complete thread -- yep, spreader grat for nose sm
Complete thread -- Patient denies misuse, abuse, mishandling medication, or ____ to use medication
Complete thread -- may be of help, dx info
Complete thread -- ortho acct. pain med name?
Complete thread -- first met cuneiform, navicular and talonavicular joints--should that be metatarsocun
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- not really but I thought that might be it - Thank you ...
Complete thread -- I'd use medializes, very common term in ortho, whether it's correct
Complete thread -- tx so much
Complete thread -- antifibrin antibody? you can't hear free T4?
Complete thread -- what would you use instead of medializes
Complete thread -- Endocrinology
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- she has been a little hypertensive. She is concerned.
Complete thread -- nevermind (T7)
Complete thread -- she had a s/l tee-set myelitis in 2007
Complete thread -- posted
Complete thread -- s/b Diamicron "MR" 30 mg
Complete thread -- fades away badly - MAYBE Atorvastatin ______
Complete thread -- wonder if spreader graft is the 1st one too?
Complete thread -- I can find spreader graft when referring to nasal airway??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- end of 2nd is AV block, bradycardia. 1st s/l he says 'allergic to..."
Complete thread -- admission, total hip __________ . Seen by cardiology __________.
Complete thread -- will post after below
Complete thread -- She has been hypertensive ______ concerned.
Complete thread -- Diamicron 30 mg (____?) ...
Complete thread -- You realize the second lidocaine is supposed to be betamethasone, right?
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- I don't see it hyphenated anywhere on the internet
Complete thread -- John, its a free download of some sort
Complete thread -- "short arm thumb-spica cast" Is this how you would hyphenate
Complete thread -- hmmm, my company won't allow me to go to that site.
Complete thread -- I bet you're right - doc is making up a short form of paravertebral. Lazy doc, not a
Complete thread -- Trust me, certain dictators would do
Complete thread -- could he be abbreviating paravertebral - and saying "paravert joint"-maybe stupid question
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if the dictator wasn't doing just
Complete thread -- When I searched in OneLook for d*t joint I found "don't bogart that joint"
Complete thread -- wow, my ears were off!
Complete thread -- s/l daravert joint (and spells)
Complete thread -- one-half
Complete thread -- Toolbar for English Words
Complete thread -- is he saying one and a half cc or one half cc
Complete thread -- I use semicolon in these cases too, clipped or not.
Complete thread -- The sentence in question does not fall into the rules. It is a clipped sentence. Needs ;
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- I just found this too. Thanks so much for the confirmation.
Complete thread -- dryness, urinary hesitancy?
Complete thread -- I have never seen the rule cited in #3.
Complete thread -- during the day _____ were discussed. can't get the rest.
Complete thread -- see No. 1 - this is not 2 complete sentences.
Complete thread -- Side effects of this including dryness ___________ were discussed
Complete thread -- Thanks for acknowledging & for your refreshing humility. Asking questions is how we learn.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I disagree. It can't be a comma or it does not read right.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for your input. I agree. I need more experience!
Complete thread -- agree with volar, not lower.
Complete thread -- not LOWER but VOLAR (sorry!)
Complete thread -- you need more experience with the subject
Complete thread -- she had an MRI, which showed a small volar wrist ganglion
Complete thread -- she had an MRI which showed a small lower wrist ganglion
Complete thread -- thank you. That's how I was taught and now need to share this.
Complete thread -- many patients are not aware they are in a fib; they are asymptomatic
Complete thread -- Previously, she had an abnormality’ ____(0:00:42.9) and wrist ganglion ...
Complete thread -- and the semicolon doesn't fit there.
Complete thread -- Excerpt from your link inside. It says very clearly that RVR does not
Complete thread -- not symptomatic if the patient can't feel the fast heart rate.
Complete thread -- That's a good point, darlene. I thought my doctor was crazy when he said they were going
Complete thread -- I don't agree that it warrants a flag. Asymptomatic means no SOB, palpitations, etc.
Complete thread -- Found the following to warrant a flag...(see message and link)
Complete thread -- leiofibromyoma
Complete thread -- "lio fibro myoma" removal in Past Surgical History: (patient is female)
Complete thread -- Please see message. I'm questioning "asymptomatic."
Complete thread -- Dorland's (dictionary) has it capped (D-dimer assay)
Complete thread -- maybe just the noun: adventitia
Complete thread -- yep, agree, also called fracture of leads (cracked) used interchangeably
Complete thread -- I've always capped and seen it capped. Stedman's path/lab words also shows it capped.
Complete thread -- I kind of heard "cervical radiculopathy" when I said it out loud.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- the D in D-dimer is a cap? Getting feedback saying otherwise. always typed
Complete thread -- cervical adenopathy ?
Complete thread -- Will leave as dictated. He could mean 'adventitial fat or tissue', I can't possibly know.
Complete thread -- No noun following 'adventitial'. Correct as dictated?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Cool. Oscar. That has to be it.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- I found a Ronald Soucier, DO, in Linwood, NJ.
Complete thread -- (aseptic lymphocyte dominated vasculitis associated lesion, ALVAL)
Complete thread -- knee replacement, possible metal allergy
Complete thread -- trouble finding a doctor, no other info than last name and maybe in NJ.
Complete thread -- what part of the body are we talking about? what implant?
Complete thread -- needs MRI to make sure there is no s/l "aloval" type lesion or reaction to implant
Complete thread -- facets?
Complete thread -- disc heights, spondylosis, left greater than right *cass ets*.
Complete thread -- Mornin' lb. Well, at least we agree that it is cervical somethingopathy.
Complete thread -- well okay then, eenymeenymineyoscar
Complete thread -- cervical adenopathy or cervical lymphadenopathy
Complete thread -- sounds like a slur of cervical arthropathy
Complete thread -- s/l..cerve-a-clop-a-thy...sm
Complete thread -- yep, the leads can rupture.
Complete thread -- meaning pacemaker
Complete thread -- Flagged and sent in with a bunch of other flags as well.
Complete thread -- CT showed heart size normal. Leads were in place without obvious
Complete thread -- Anesthesia for below surgery sounds like General, local "I ME" block infiltration
Complete thread -- Got it hyperalgesia
Complete thread -- There is positive ___ in the right leg and foot
Complete thread -- two kinds of ROS: cutaneous and neurological review of systems are...
Complete thread -- ?Dominican (picking up the "d" from year-old)
Complete thread -- You are as big a joke as Darlene's answer.
Complete thread -- review of systems is negative is my take.
Complete thread -- hermitic? lives alone like a recluse/hermit?
Complete thread -- Thank you !
Complete thread -- I found an RPC and an RPA - retropharyngeal cellulitis or abscess
Complete thread -- No. Pretty clear audio. Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- ? Hispanic
Complete thread -- s/l hermetic male (which doesn't make sense to me) TIA!
Complete thread -- Tonsils are enlarged with
Complete thread -- finally says clearly - cleft lip and palate!
Complete thread -- s/l ** klepsa pentella **
Complete thread -- collarettes and debris
Complete thread -- collarettes and debris
Complete thread -- Slit lamp examination
Complete thread -- Got it--histiocytoid
Complete thread -- the autopsy had shown _____ cardiomyopathy as the cause of the death.
Complete thread -- fruition.
Complete thread -- sounds right, I thought it was for diabetes, but he also had heart pro ...
Complete thread -- oops: Methionine, Inositol, and Choline (M.I.C.) are "lipotropic" substances that play imp
Complete thread -- Yay, found #2: The most effective lipotropic agents for weight loss purposes are choline,
Complete thread -- Nursing home patient with cancer.
Complete thread -- medications
Complete thread -- found #2: The Lioresal® Intrathecal (baclofen injection) Refill Kits
Complete thread -- Clopidogrel matches your s/l, but not for diabetes
Complete thread -- #1 s/l choline and osatalmethaninine, #2 s/l liorasell ?
Complete thread -- medication for diabetes
Complete thread -- obstructive sleep apnea
Complete thread -- got it, headache, thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- Review of Systems: The patient denies any "hay"??
Complete thread -- Nevermind - will need to flag this. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- is this correct?
Complete thread -- EEG report - word sounds like *riv-ni-city*
Complete thread -- Cutaneous and neurological review of systems *are negative..is that right?
Complete thread -- nevermind....megakaryocytic proliferation! :)
Complete thread -- Myeloproliferative disorder with s/l main case A proliferation. thanks.
Complete thread -- Also Shutt / Shutt's for debridement.
Complete thread -- There's also Schutz forceps. Try Schutz in the archives (there's a post about Schutz & pos
Complete thread -- Bet that was it. Shows up as orthopedic on a search.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Surg Equip has Schutte shovel-nose basket but don't know what it's for.
Complete thread -- Thanks, no, it's very clear. He said it exactly the same in another report,
Complete thread -- punch? forceps? cutter?
Complete thread -- s/l basket *shuts* (schutz, shutts?)
Complete thread -- I listened to that wav and think that could have been it. I was hearing "tesher" or someth
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- stepladder sign
Complete thread -- He felt as though the linear parallel echogenic lines in the right bre ...
Complete thread -- I tested her about 9 weeks ago?
Complete thread -- I get it now. I totally butchered that. Thanks for pointing it out.
Complete thread -- Will turn in with a blank now. Thanks to all of you for trying.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the post, but he says..about 9 weeks ago. She now has a crown-rump consistent..
Complete thread -- I know he does not say 'length' but edited that.
Complete thread -- and that should be crown-rump
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying to help
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info, can hear it now.... sm
Complete thread -- s/l 2 syllables and last syllable s/l sher/sure. Beats me.
Complete thread -- Please use Internet Explorer instead of FireFox or others. This might be the reason.
Complete thread -- I am also not able to hear the WAV
Complete thread -- Can hear the MP3s but not the wavs. No clue why. Sorry. :(
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I hear it but have no idea what he's saying.
Complete thread -- No, that's not it. Why can't you hear the wav? I heard it when I checked after posting.
Complete thread -- I can't hear the wav so am just guessing, but "gravida 1, para 0 at about 9 weeks EGA"???
Complete thread -- HISTORY: This is a 19-year-old African American gravida 1, ____ about ...
Complete thread -- I don't think the whole sentence makes any sense. the carcinoma was XXing in the lamina
Complete thread -- You gave a great s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks! It makes sense, but it's not what he's saying! Lol
Complete thread -- All I can think of is "invading"?
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thanks. I couldn't get any suggestions from Google on this one. nm
Complete thread -- MinerOss
Complete thread -- I think it is YOU (as usual, again) Just unable to do anything but bully, go away.
Complete thread -- expanded upon sm (to see what it is) There is also Zoll vest
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree - expanded upon s
Complete thread -- Dental implant site preservation material "men-a-ross" with a HeliPlug. nm
Complete thread -- Thank you SOOOOOOOOOOOO much... And PS you got the spelling
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- when googling, all i see missing is grasp reflex, but that doesnt sound anywhere near what
Complete thread -- ? jaw jerk?
Complete thread -- there are no pathological reflexes including glabellar, snout, s/l geo ...
Complete thread -- griseofulvin (check my spelling, might be a z)
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: _____She gets a rash, LIPITOR, muscle cramps.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- oh thanks! I was drawing a total blank there!
Complete thread -- extracted?
Complete thread -- s/l struck-ted pls sm
Complete thread -- okay, yes. Thanks
Complete thread -- Necker cube?
Complete thread -- s/l necker-Q ? (cognitive testing)
Complete thread -- THANKS!!
Complete thread -- POP is what I think I hear, usually expands to pelvic organ prolapse x3
Complete thread -- okay, I uploaded a new wav with the whole sentence
Complete thread -- sorry. I thank you very much for trying. It was actually my wav also, but I thought
Complete thread -- wav starts too close to your S/L> Put a longer wav with a sentence or so before
Complete thread -- Thanks so much both of you!
Complete thread -- I was still trying to find the office for the WAV just below. :(
Complete thread -- yep, PM&R
Complete thread -- PM&R
Complete thread -- Surgical: Cholecystectomy in 1955, hemorrhoidectomy in 1997, ____ times three.
Complete thread -- HeRO graft
Complete thread -- back pain is all I could think of
Complete thread -- Bingo!! THANKS
Complete thread -- CALM?
Complete thread -- s /l helograft
Complete thread -- She had been seeing Dr. Stitik in the ___ (1:33) office and had many injections
Complete thread -- Never heard these "connected" and really could not find anything on search?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- PE?
Complete thread -- prior study; no evidence of *pee* determined.
Complete thread -- nothing between Coumadin and overdose, but after overdose "prior"; 2nd blank also "prior"
Complete thread -- Musculoskeletal: Negative *ball* pain or myalgia. Respiratory:
Complete thread -- two ?S
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Craps. that should be Zoll not Zell
Complete thread -- Zell pads
Complete thread -- med s/l zorpads
Complete thread -- efface
Complete thread -- A new mass was identified in the left breast for which additional imaging was recomme
Complete thread -- yes, that was it - sm
Complete thread -- it almost sounds like eyelid oil glands. Looking into that....
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I say with certainty "during cholecystectomy" now, but oh wellllll
Complete thread -- might be "found during cholecystectomy"
Complete thread -- makes sense - thank you! ...
Complete thread -- pancreatic cancer found during __ectomy
Complete thread -- consider: hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis
Complete thread -- Endocrinology
Complete thread -- i do hear cystectomy but not sure its a chole ... s/l "found to...blah blah cystectomy
Complete thread -- hmm, ok
Complete thread -- Yes, the LV walls are divided into segments (basal, mid, apical)
Complete thread -- he's not saying cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- pancreatic cancer _____ cholescystectomy
Complete thread -- Please, please, pay attention to the question asked. PLEASE?
Complete thread -- inferolateral refers to a cardiac segment, of which there are 17
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestions! I'll listen again. :)
Complete thread -- I do so agree with this. but, cts
Complete thread -- does he have contact lenses? without toric lens
Complete thread -- last sentence, there are also trace to... cataracts.
Complete thread -- 325 very fast mg is what I hear.
Complete thread -- how about without something lens.... not with oud....
Complete thread -- yep and you are right -interatrial sm
Complete thread -- That would help in differentiating sub- and supra- (not super)
Complete thread -- a hint for next time. Determine the "normal" to figure if super or supra sm
Complete thread -- should be participation
Complete thread -- partipation is geocaching
Complete thread -- Sports: ___ catching and hiking. ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- using
Complete thread -- Slit lamp examination. Thanks for help!
Complete thread -- supra
Complete thread -- supra- a prefix meaning “above, over” (supraorbital) or “beyond the limits of, outsid
Complete thread -- A lot of debate in archives but think supra.
Complete thread -- tested?
Complete thread -- super or supra therapeutic inr of 6.66 (?)
Complete thread -- Aggrenox b.i.d., and ferrous sulfate _____ mg o.d.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Copy to patient (some words after this but I couldn't get).
Complete thread -- patellar reflexes are respectively +1, equally *estered* bilaterally
Complete thread -- Cervical *tractioning* elicits mild left cervical/dorsal
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- _____ sepsis.
Complete thread -- open-heart surgery _____.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sounds like cephalexin, but doubtful.
Complete thread -- She was given _____ resulting
Complete thread -- INDICATION FOR CARDIOLOGY CONSULTATION: ______.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- left cervical *to* dorsal pain
Complete thread -- got it: Sondergaard's (and should be interatrial, not intraatrial, got that, too).
Complete thread -- s/l Sonagar's groove?
Complete thread -- will try that
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- thanks-
Complete thread -- conservative management?
Complete thread -- 2. No labral tear.
Complete thread -- to follow up with *un greater* management for his right shoulder
Complete thread -- s/l Patent carpal tunnel.
Complete thread -- dorsal tilt of lunate. 4) ____ carpal tunnel.
Complete thread -- infraspinatus at insertion. 2) ____ repair
Complete thread -- Don't know of anything else it could
Complete thread -- Well, there are 4 walls. Could say it as inferolateral but I hear plural.
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Complete thread -- Does peak exercise make sense? She pronounces it like beak. ESL
Complete thread -- or inferolateral?
Complete thread -- She probably means inferior AND lateral walls.
Complete thread -- why change it? a little pain, a small pain.
Complete thread -- I don't hear the (s)
Complete thread -- inferior lateral wall of the left ...
Complete thread -- and through that (maybe like 'because of that") ?? i hear it too.
Complete thread -- I do hear plural, either inferolaterals or inferior laterals.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot! Is inferior laterals of the left ventricle correct?
Complete thread -- abnormal rocking motion of the heart globally
Complete thread -- s/l ____ rocking motion?
Complete thread -- I can't get that blank before motion.
Complete thread -- Okay, last blank is "globally" I think. Hold on.
Complete thread -- I had to refresh the page to get it to play. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Previous wav keeps coming up to me. Probably just me. Sorry.
Complete thread -- "and through that"? Doesn't seem like a complete sentence though. Should this all go with
Complete thread -- Help me with these sentences please. Thanks so much.
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Complete thread -- She might be stumbling. Not sure. Can't hear anything I'd expect to hear, like regional,
Complete thread -- They both knocked into him hitting forces. Their impact across his ri ...
Complete thread -- Correction--blank should be before wall motion abnormalities
Complete thread -- Is she saying anything here? had shown __ evidence of wall motion abnormalities.
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Complete thread -- After discussion of the medical and surgical treatment options, includ ...
Complete thread -- If doctor dictated that the patient has a "small pain in her chest," would you change
Complete thread -- 1 in 1000 No / and no : It is not a ratio nor a fraction.
Complete thread -- question how to write something.. see text
Complete thread -- every day (two words)
Complete thread -- and confusing, it is!
Complete thread -- My vote goes to lower extremity confusions...
Complete thread -- funny, they dictate like that all the time. I guess they need you to tell them
Complete thread -- mountain/mole hill. They mix stuff like that ALL the time. It is lower extremity contusi
Complete thread -- Can you edit it to "contusions of the lower extremities"? I would just put "lower
Complete thread -- If he wanted to indicate there were contusions to both lower extremities, he should have
Complete thread -- He says extremities (as it's R & L), so if typed extremity, that makes it s/l only one, IM
Complete thread -- you don't need to make extremity pleural, that acts as adjective there.
Complete thread -- It's 2, lower extremities.
Complete thread -- No. It would be extremity (agree with Oasis) in either
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks
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Complete thread -- patient has problem in hand. The doctor says it is either "supratentorial" On resea
Complete thread -- lower extremity contusions...no possessive and no "s" on extremity.
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Complete thread -- i hear 2 syllables..?
Complete thread -- 1 extremity or 2?
Complete thread -- She will have therapy for the lower extremities contusions. Should extremities be po
Complete thread -- was seen
Complete thread -- I'd capitalize that.
Complete thread -- suspected? treated? I hear something different each time I listen.
Complete thread -- Two weeks ago, she was _____ for possible pneumonia.
Complete thread -- Thanks, he says it pretty clear, just can't verify anything. I guess will flag.
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Complete thread -- plays on a boogie board, rides a ... ?
Complete thread -- I can hear something like "cars-a-flex/karzoflex" ?? I thought
Complete thread -- bridge reaches over...
Complete thread -- Montelukast, simvastatin, and ____________
Complete thread -- I would think the last part is "a boogie board"
Complete thread -- The patient has pain on palpation over the patellar tendons of the lef ...
Complete thread -- he goes to beach everday where he swims and s/l plans a bookie por
Complete thread -- (S) agree
Complete thread -- tendons
Complete thread -- in context such as this is it Achilles tendon or Achilles tendons
Complete thread -- yes - check out "sad umbilicus"
Complete thread -- but, it fits very well. so many times we "hear so clearly" - but,
Complete thread -- changed my mind, I think you're both right. Thanks!
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Complete thread -- I keep listening for that but I hear "tr" pretty clearly, so I don't think so.
Complete thread -- Think she's saying it as "embolus"
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- myocarditis?