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Complete thread -- Wonder if he said "Hold on repeat trigger point"
Complete thread -- See link..I think the period should go before "Since he is very paroxysmal"
Complete thread -- Thank you... mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- mindfulness techniques
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Must be made-up word meaning something is patulous---patulosity??who knows??
Complete thread -- Upper GI series revealed s/l patch-you-loss-uh-tee of the esophagus. TIA!
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Not sure if one is used more than the other. Some will tell you one and others will tell
Complete thread -- How do you know when MSSA means susceptible or sensitive? TIA!
Complete thread -- in case you need to expand CMV =Continuous mandatory ventilation nm
Complete thread -- Yeah, so you got your answer then, right? Because the terms CMV and AC are synonymous with
Complete thread -- also dictated as assist control of 14
Complete thread -- her current ventilator settings are _______ 14. (s/l CMV of 14)
Complete thread -- her current ventilator settings are _______ (CMV
Complete thread -- no extraordinary measures?
Complete thread -- KITTY did you get ans? s/l code status NEM or NAM sm
Complete thread -- I had it right. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- cc for volume not liquid
Complete thread -- Testes? mL or cc? testes 20-25 mL bilaterally
Complete thread -- yep does sound like bull to me too
Complete thread -- bull? was he at a rodeo or on a ranch? any other info?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 38-year-old male who sustained injury to his right wr ...
Complete thread -- got it. "anger outburst". mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- This is great. TYSM!
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: I was kindly asked to evaluate the patient f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- familial adenomatous polyposis
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Nephew has a type of polyposis syndrome which per pat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- balloon placement?
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: 1. *Hypertension.* 2. *History of hiatal h ...
Complete thread -- consider this wording sm
Complete thread -- The patient has symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux and acid regurgita ...
Complete thread -- for next time, might help with EKG terms/leads sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes he is....I missed that part
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thyroid
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: ____ cancer. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- is ulcerated
Complete thread -- There were 2 areas where the mucosa ____. The duodenum was unremarkab ...
Complete thread -- that's what I hear but doesn't make sense to me really
Complete thread -- putting period before "we," thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Didn't know if it meant something left or specifically aVL.
Complete thread -- opinions requested on where to break this into 2 sentences
Complete thread -- shortspeak for aVL
Complete thread -- There are T-wave inversions in I, L, and V5. What is L? TIA!
Complete thread -- NM. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Looking for primary care doc s/l so-wanna fuh-door-zik in Maine. TIA!
Complete thread -- ack, confused you I'm sure, not change your text, just explaining meaning nm
Complete thread -- addendum might add here, no added or abnormal (heart) sounds.nmr
Complete thread -- I'd do as you did, the "O" or zero, just means no added sounds nm
Complete thread -- sending as HEART: S1 plus S2 plus 0.
Complete thread -- Tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- Viibryd (vilazodone) is an antidepressant
Complete thread -- help with med. mp3 uploaded. pls sm.
Complete thread -- (exam) HEART: S1 plus S2 plus 0. or S1+S2+0 or ???
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- pathophysiology?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- distant?
Complete thread -- in a "stocking" distribution? Just a guess.
Complete thread -- ortho question s/l distinct distribution sm
Complete thread -- ESL doc. Help if you can? Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- oops - left out a word "...except for extensive, again, redness..."
Complete thread -- in all good condition except for, again, redness...
Complete thread -- except for extensive _____ back of the biceps - seems clear but not sure it makes sen
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- TMTZ or TNTZ enzyme level for Crohn disease
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Dx of CHF, CKD, COPD, chronic a-fib - see msg.
Complete thread -- I sent it to QA so had to wait to hear from them. You're right, poi! Thank you!
Complete thread -- physician extender?
Complete thread -- 5-0 plain rapid-absorbing
Complete thread -- and what are the instructions?
Complete thread -- what was pt in for?
Complete thread -- He's just finishing a discharge summary with discharge instructions. I'm
Complete thread -- He
Complete thread -- Cautery base closed with 5.0 plain rapid absorbing sutures. rapid or Rapide? nm
Complete thread -- *pats Poi on the back* - I think you nailed this one.
Complete thread -- can you give us some clues?
Complete thread -- He has an appointment to see one of his s/l extenders on Wednesday.
Complete thread -- Got it! Bowel... Never mind.
Complete thread -- PS - patient has an inguinal hernia...
Complete thread -- Scrotal ultrasound shows... a large amount of s/l "vallus seen out" in the groin
Complete thread -- Atrium OceanTM chest drain is a disposable, water seal operating system
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- why thank you! I was kinda impressed with myself too! haha
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- connected Atrium _____ chest drain set to -20 cm of water.
Complete thread -- prior to injection?
Complete thread -- that's an awesome guess, poi!
Complete thread -- needle was aspirated _____ to preclude intravascular injection. Each interspace was
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- and held in position?
Complete thread -- ORIF, trimalleolar ankle fracture
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oroscopic visualization. _____ was identified in each interspace
Complete thread -- of the... (corrects himself)... to the chest wall
Complete thread -- Adhesions of the _____ were lysed using
Complete thread -- Good idea too! With both those ideas, time to listen again
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes - 'break scrub' is correct (same as 'scrub out')
Complete thread -- I can only make out some words #1 - surgeon, laterality, #3 displayed, isolated
Complete thread -- sorry, that was an error, thought that beginning part was cut off
Complete thread -- After *breaking scrub*, I personally signed the specimen accession slips
Complete thread -- mucousy
Complete thread -- or active bleeding?
Complete thread -- something 'lung' - that's an awfully long audio clip to keep listening for the one word
Complete thread -- in plan, s/l AP
Complete thread -- inspected and confirmed by _______ which in this case as described as _____ right
Complete thread -- Mucousy stool or mucusy stool?
Complete thread -- can't think of s/l but think trying to suggest afib ablation (a big thing) not like s/l nm
Complete thread -- ________ PLEURAL EFFUSION
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! ESL doc, and that was my suspicion as well.
Complete thread -- wonder if dictator is using nonword 'arteric' to mean 'arterial'?
Complete thread -- great, yes, please do post answer, I'd like to know for sure nm
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you, will post a note if I get QA feedback.
Complete thread -- not sure what s/l NEM or NAM, this is all I have in my notes sm
Complete thread -- ? no attempt..... ? Left a blank, though, not sure
Complete thread -- code status: s/l NEM or NAM?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- all-inside
Complete thread -- cage with a titanium ________ fixation device
Complete thread -- all-inside fixation with titanium
Complete thread -- and C7-T1 with __________ instrumented fusion device
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- tangentially?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l transentionally (sm)
Complete thread -- Ty for confirming... mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- spends is what I hear
Complete thread -- mp3 help.
Complete thread -- Oh, it's a wav. I listened but haven't been able to get the blank as of right now.
Complete thread -- don't hear anything
Complete thread -- don't hear anything
Complete thread -- IUD at fundus and endometrial _______ at end of the procedure.
Complete thread -- atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- Review of MRI from June 2014 show the electrodes to be passing through ...
Complete thread -- Tongue and uvula are in the midline. __mastoid, and trapezius functio ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The options of different trials were discussed including __ vaccine tr ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Medications: Sumatriptan 100 mg, ____ 40-25 mg. ...
Complete thread -- placement of bilateral subthalamic...?
Complete thread -- Headaches noted in the frontal along the sides, the back, and the uppe ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She is a 52-year-old right-handed woman who has had Parkinson’s diseas ...
Complete thread -- gastric antral.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Upper GI endoscopy on 02/13/2015 showed multiple ____ erosions and duo ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- At this time, he received 14 treatments including massage, traction, v ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- he (was given?) sumatriptan medication
Complete thread -- Later, he was referred to a neurologist, Dr. Helm who requested an MRI ...
Complete thread -- I agree with the making up of the word. Have heard
Complete thread -- I can very easily imagine a doctor making up a word like that. It wouldn't surprise me
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could be. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- As stated in the findings? (does that fit with the rest of report?)
Complete thread -- Digital nerve block was performed to the finger. Tourniquet was appli ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- patient is still left with a very bad
Complete thread -- The patient had a total body rash. This necessitated the removal of h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- by both the surgeon and
Complete thread -- All secretions and blood were removed from the nasopharynx, oropharynx ...
Complete thread -- could he be saying 3/5 ?
Complete thread -- Patient has external rotation FABERE s/l three fists. Log roll is without pain. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a tearing tendon? (Achilles tendon isn't in the knee joint)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Achilles.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Arthritis in the left knee and _____ tendon i ...
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Not sure why intubated would fit. My reason would be (may need to flag tho) sm
Complete thread -- Regarding Prozac (fluoxetine) doses can (rarely) go up to 80-100 mg; sm
Complete thread -- I actually think this is "intubated". I'll be interested if anyone has another idea! :)
Complete thread -- Sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Ty for the help.
Complete thread -- RCC?
Complete thread -- got it "go check out RCC"
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thought so too, but I was questioning because they took the time to spell it.
Complete thread -- and locked, I would think
Complete thread -- clamped
Complete thread -- Tyvm... mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- would think he means peroneus brevis tendon
Complete thread -- Chrisman-Snook procedure and repair of s/lperopeus brevis tendon.
Complete thread -- CBD wafers
Complete thread -- Operative
Complete thread -- you make a good point about answering old posts, and Guy will probably be back tonight...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I like 'twist' better as well... but it doesn't 'sound' more likely to me, since I can't
Complete thread -- I like 'twist' better as well... but it doesn't 'sound' more likely to me, since I can't
Complete thread -- ...and the lesion was also fulgurated.
Complete thread -- operation for Kiesselbach's plexus hemangioma.
Complete thread -- twist sounds more likely
Complete thread -- true, because if the "right" answer goes into archives, it can certainly help someone in
Complete thread -- nevermind, ESL doc corrects herself and says vaporizing. geez. nm
Complete thread -- using "wafer rice" cigarettes. Finding hits for wafer cigarettes, but not rice.tia
Complete thread -- A post being old doesn't stop me from trying to answer and we all apparently heard same...
Complete thread -- twist maneuver?
Complete thread -- with this maneuver? or maybe making up a word dis- or dys-maneuver? like a misstep?
Complete thread -- fall on ice. Right leg went out with a "dysmaneuver." tia nm
Complete thread -- looks good to me.
Complete thread -- Ok thanks.
Complete thread -- 3/4 gel insert...is that how you would type it?
Complete thread -- agree w/IMO - set off "for that matter" with commas
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- , for that matter,
Complete thread -- Does this read okay without comma?
Complete thread -- Jansen has forceps, curettes, rongeurs, and retractors
Complete thread -- okay, got it, "post acoustic shadow" thank you both very much!
Complete thread -- Vortex is a bur, but can't find s/l Jansen bur. Is there another Jansen or Janson
Complete thread -- Thank you, I can hear acoustic now thanks to you
Complete thread -- some kind of 'acoustic' shadow?
Complete thread -- WAGS (when googling gallbladder shadow) SM
Complete thread -- (don't laugh) sounds like "post icky" shadow. sm plse
Complete thread -- ahhhh, genius! Thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- ahhh.. i should have refreshed the page. I think you got it.
Complete thread -- sort of sounds like sound skips out there? what part of body he is doing surgery?
Complete thread -- that'd be THE latissimus dorsi
Complete thread -- latissimus dorsi (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- was made and the lipoma, which was situated below______dissected free with retraction
Complete thread -- sure sounded like a scope to me as well, so I doubted 'anesthesia'
Complete thread -- Okay, I understand now. For some reason, I thought this was a "scope" and that's why I
Complete thread -- agree with this - 100 mg is NOT a dose used with Prozac (despite post below - beware of
Complete thread -- above, where it says initiate 50-100 mg? That is amitriptyline NOT Prozac.
Complete thread -- did you see exactly what you copied? Here is the paragragh
Complete thread -- I'd question it - see link (not to exceed 80 mg per day)
Complete thread -- the Synacort I found is topical hydrocortisone.
Complete thread -- oh, nevermind. I should have researched better - LOL
Complete thread -- I found Synacort and - Sinocort(but this one isnt available in USA)
Complete thread -- I thought Symbicort was an inhaler, not a nasal spray??
Complete thread -- Outpatients may be initiated (Prozac (fluoxetine) at 50 mg to 100 mg once
Complete thread -- Does patient have asthma or COPD? I bet TT got it, Symbicort
Complete thread -- Just cannot hear that. Clearly saying Sine-a-cart, but thanks! nm
Complete thread -- Symbicort
Complete thread -- It would just mean loss of feeling there so I thought it made sense. Who knows
Complete thread -- same ESL doc on med list. "Synacort" nasal spray (thought unavailable in U.S)nm
Complete thread -- fluoxetine 100 mg daily? Sounds like high dose to me. ESL doc. Possible? nm
Complete thread -- sorta heard that too but didnt think it made sense? oh well, i think Guy is sleeping by
Complete thread -- anesthesia
Complete thread -- Just came back to post that I heard that and verified it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- can you hear RVSP ? (right ventricular systolic pressure) - that would fit.
Complete thread -- echocardiogram
Complete thread -- Have a good day.
Complete thread -- No change in the cartilage function. Mild overgrowth of the notch. E ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- also hear, was confirmed in the pathologic ________
Complete thread -- I hear, the foot pedal was depressed (part of ultrasound cutting tool?)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- can't get the 2nd one - sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Once entry was confirmed in the ____
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The ultrasonic cutting tool was then deployed under direct visualizati ...
Complete thread -- stalk
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- noted to be a dorsal ganglion cyst and thus not sent for pathology
Complete thread -- The dorsal ganglion was analyzed and noted that the dorsal ganglion __ ...
Complete thread -- Tyvm... mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- Attention was then drawn to the ganglion which was then enucleated. I ...
Complete thread -- btw, kudos on "with regard to" vs. his dictated "with regards to"
Complete thread -- normally I'd expect neurocirculatory.
Complete thread -- She has been able to go
Complete thread -- CA ligament???
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Impingement ?
Complete thread -- Complete bursectomy was performed. The *say* ligament was recessed but not resec
Complete thread -- s/l pinchman testing
Complete thread -- s/l *hero* circulation
Complete thread -- Did you seriously think "guy" wasn't coming back, lol?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- alcohol is a martini, 2 or 3 on a weekend.
Complete thread -- Her alcohol is ____ Martini 2 or 3 on a weekend. M caps of Mart ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- salads, occasionally Italian, or sometimes even lemon, salt, and pepper.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Oh... Thank you. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- second blank is "lemon"
Complete thread -- She has also started to take
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- She uses ranch or thousand island dressing on her salad. Occasionally ...
Complete thread -- She occasionally drinks coffee with ____ or Splenda and 2% milk. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Now I got it -- I think it's 4 tortillas.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Sounds like 4 turkeys but I kind of doubt that! (Sorry, can't tell
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Her fruits are apples, oranges, and strawberries. She eats ____ daily ...
Complete thread -- NMS (neuroleptic malignant syndrome), also note she said
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm
Complete thread -- The patient is a 20-month-old with a history of recurrent otitis media ...
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Nasopore was cut into small pieces and placed within the ethmoid space ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- which is coming up out of the maxillary sinus
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if the med is allopurinol or not. At least s/l it ends in purinol
Complete thread -- I too don't think Guy helps himself either, he should be able to solve at least some.
Complete thread -- There is a prominent granulation tissue which ____ maxillary sinus and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- part of that has been, periodic limb movement disorder
Complete thread -- because of other medical conditions and continued difficulty in gettin ...
Complete thread -- Well, would Barron Center in Portland, Maine, fit your
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- or at least enough
Complete thread -- Her original surgery was complicated by difficult to control hypertens ...
Complete thread -- barium
Complete thread -- retching and bleeding at s/l bare-in center, which caused coffee-ground emesis.TIA!
Complete thread -- Well, now I guess I will go to bed because no one is posting, thanks to the rude
Complete thread -- Wow! NEVER would have gotten that. Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- See link...scroll down the page to medical definition (means prescription)
Complete thread -- Thanks for input. Sounds like recipe. I just couldn't get it to "fit" the context.
Complete thread -- Well, it looks like recipe. Odd way of putting it, but might be.
Complete thread -- No one's forcing you to help. I'm actually doing it because I'm bored and find it fun
Complete thread -- does have chronic constipation. Patient is requesting s/l ress-uh-pee, and TIA!
Complete thread -- And I thought I had problems.
Complete thread -- I don't think "guy" is trying very hard. I got the same 2 answers
Complete thread -- The patient was born without eyes. So i guess it is correct ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Is his colleague an eye doctor? I think he is stuttering but trying to say Kyle Acosta
Complete thread -- This has undergone external drainage on several occasions by my collea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr. Guarisco at Ochsner
Complete thread -- Dr. ____ at ____ ...
Complete thread -- She has undergone previous laryngotracheal reconstruction by Dr. ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- which primarily manfests with deficient cannulation of the small openings or spaces.
Complete thread -- The patient has a diagnosis of Frasier’s syndrome and has all the mult ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a senior at, actually
Complete thread -- The patient is an 18-year-old young lady _____ Mandeville High School ...
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- propafenone?
Complete thread -- Patient was instructed to stop s/l pro-path-ee-non. TIA!
Complete thread -- I got it "with no Crohn's disease." Ty to both helpers.
Complete thread -- need more info, diagnoses to match up to meds, why is the patient being seen?
Complete thread -- I almost hear " normal with no process." Procedure: ??
Complete thread -- Im hearing "with no _____ disease"
Complete thread -- without ______feces? Just a guess.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- in medication list, s/l jee-amp K 1500 mg t.i.d.
Complete thread -- found it... Ascendra. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- He is using an Edwards Sapien valve, so I was hoping to find
Complete thread -- s/l asendrug transcatheter valve introducer system
Complete thread -- Only "queens" I see in NY is (SM) but see link for list, might find it there
Complete thread -- ? Springfield Gardens
Complete thread -- I know, looking forward to that part!! lol Thanks!! I'll miss coming here, might have s.m.
Complete thread -- s/l Queensland Garland Medical center??
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- PO or per rectum.
Complete thread -- By itself, that might be...
Complete thread -- done several months ago was normal _____ that might be enough to
Complete thread -- capsule every day, ______ rectal suppository 1 g _______ per rectum
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- The fovea is the center most part of the macula....?
Complete thread -- fovea?
Complete thread -- to an area supranasal to the s/l**folia** where there was traumatic bleeding
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- found this (sm)
Complete thread -- EMG study s/l ma lish tional motor units
Complete thread -- That is it, I did not hear the ba before you helped me. Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- coding is fun too. Good luck! At least you don't have to put up
Complete thread -- Check out babesiosis
Complete thread -- getting a special Lyme test out in California which might be a more se ...
Complete thread -- You're good poi -I don't have the patience for that crap!! lol Good thing s.m.
Complete thread -- I think so too.
Complete thread -- part of last one -gallbladder was taken down.... Endobag *whew*
Complete thread -- Spelling s/l Hassan trocar+Hasson sm
Complete thread -- part of #1 - Cystic duct was identified. Two clips placed in proximal end and transected??
Complete thread -- "The artery was identified. Two clips" (a little I hear in there)
Complete thread -- Can pick up a couple of words here and there but really?? He deserves those blanks!
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation
Complete thread -- What an a$$!!
Complete thread -- fibro
Complete thread -- prior?
Complete thread -- will be flagging most of these unless someone can help - speaking waaaay too fast
Complete thread -- remembered her response?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Flexor pronator medial tennis elbow
Complete thread -- Think I got more of this.. Hassan trocar was inserted _______ and 5 mm ports _______ posit
Complete thread -- The infraumbilical _______ incised and _____ placed in the lateral decubitus position
Complete thread -- good one. I was hearing *visability* and that didn't make sense.
Complete thread -- sounds like viscidity= cohesive and sticky fluid consistency; viscous
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- garnered a response?
Complete thread -- piece of ____ at the tip ?
Complete thread -- _______ at the tip of the uvula?
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- However, there was a small _____. Subsequently, only superior adenoidectomy
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- addendum however, it ust might be dictator style(his/her) word, Post a wav?
Complete thread -- yes, core makes sense to me=the center (of the tag) opposed to just excising the outer s
Complete thread -- a guess on MMR (vaccine) may be immune response? or mount response sm
Complete thread -- removed as well in the *core*. A 5-0 plain fast-absorbing
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- mounted
Complete thread -- s/l mannered a response..... sm for complete sentence.
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- he says something then "correction" then says too numerous to count
Complete thread -- Moderate leukocytes, microscopic _______ red cells,
Complete thread -- Thanks got the other: There is no amaurosis fugax,
Complete thread -- first one is phlegm production
Complete thread -- fever, chills, cough, ________. There has been no - There is no evidence of ______,
Complete thread -- backslab
Complete thread -- general?
Complete thread -- I am hearing s/l "and a full PRQ was done regarding"
Complete thread -- reuploaded mp3.
Complete thread -- not hearing anything
Complete thread -- quick s/l channel anesthetic...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Orders were written but she never picked it up.
Complete thread -- I could hear "recommended CPAP, orders written, but she..."
Complete thread -- and is desirous ... she has now smaller implant (than on the left?)
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant lady who thought her breasts are too large and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pulled as tight as it could comfortably be...
Complete thread -- Once that was completed bilaterally, hemostasis was obtained with elec ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and showing him where the scars were going to go,
Complete thread -- The incision sites that had been drawn and shown to the patient prior ...
Complete thread -- I had seen her in followup and recommended CPAP or _____ but she never picked it up.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and a pocket was created, and this pocket...
Complete thread -- The strip of Seri material which had been sutured in medially, superio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- smaller than
Complete thread -- The sizers were put in place and the implant on the left side was sign ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- medially (but I think he corrected to) circumferentially
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The scar on the left side was opened and dissection was carried down t ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- please repost wav, it somehow got deleted, though I am not sure
Complete thread -- 2. lateral thigh and both knees.
Complete thread -- The liposuction was carried out over the lateral chest wall in additio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tapering off inferiorly
Complete thread -- The fat was extracted from the medial and lateral thighs on both legs ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- fat injections (note plural) to the face with release of earlobe.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Ptosis of the lateral brow, rhytides of the f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The ankle has been stabilized in a s/l beck-slub. TIA!
Complete thread -- IOL lens dissected from capsular bag sm #2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. easily? (neatly?) dissected from the? No clue on #2
Complete thread -- A clear corneal incision was created temporally with a 2.8-mm keratome ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the patient's ______ vision may
Complete thread -- The patient was advised that the patient ____ possibly be worse after ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- her refractive
Complete thread -- The patient is a 74-year-old lady who underwent cataract surgery few y ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- refractive error
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ____, right eye. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSI ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- entry not injury. Non trans-labral entry into the hip joint
Complete thread -- I then performed a capsulotomy via the Beaver blade. I noticed her cap ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- an extensive
Complete thread -- neural =aka nerve integrity monitor? "special" tube w/electrodes smi
Complete thread -- This was dilated up the same way as the previous portal. I placed a s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Confirmation of non labral injury into the hip joint was confirmed etc
Complete thread -- I then performed a capsulotomy via the Beaver blade. I noticed her ca ...
Complete thread -- Social history: "Retired, used to work as a cable TV." This doc cracks me up/sm
Complete thread -- normal
Complete thread -- ESL. S/l special tube
Complete thread -- never mind, GU - Foley to GU bag.
Complete thread -- DRAINS: Foley s/l jew bag. FINDINGS:
Complete thread -- amazing. Thank you! New word
Complete thread -- that's okay, made me second guess myself and thought maybe I had done it wrong all this
Complete thread -- nefarious
Complete thread -- s/l natharias?
Complete thread -- ! sorry. thank you for the help
Complete thread -- see link (easily googled)
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure the ; goes 'outside' the quotations. period and commas go inside.
Complete thread -- maybe I'm crazy, but isn't "collimation" something to do with (SM)
Complete thread -- She states she is not "eating excessively;" however, that is not the case. sm
Complete thread -- thank you!! that's it
Complete thread -- maybe detumesced. See message for definition
Complete thread -- s/l de-q-messed.
Complete thread -- Asked and answered.
Complete thread -- That is what I hear too FWIW
Complete thread -- plus, he clearly didn't say collimate
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense in given context. You can't take AP and
Complete thread -- may be some version of (imaging term) collimation,collimate, sm
Complete thread -- I just found this now and was not sure which would be right
Complete thread -- more fluff for the "3" - warning: not starting a debate or looking for comments.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I hear colinearize...I am finding hits for colinearized.
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- isoechoic to hypoechoic?
Complete thread -- Breast ultrasound results- ISO-2? can't verify
Complete thread -- ooohh - you are right! New one on me - I've been doing it wrong for YEARS!
Complete thread -- fluff to other users
Complete thread -- "drug person"
Complete thread -- fluff to you two users
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- graft marker?
Complete thread -- I think he's saying graft marker. Thank you anyway!
Complete thread -- fluff to me
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray:
Complete thread -- 1 word according to link
Complete thread -- MDS may be myelodysplastic syndrome? sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Nyquil?
Complete thread -- She has used ibuprofen very sparingly, 400 mg usually 1 time per day f ...
Complete thread -- what? *you* aren't one of those *drug using* MT's? haha
Complete thread -- who am I? (I am only unkind to people who waste time posting stupid links)
Complete thread -- maybe hearT burN?
Complete thread -- maybe missed a word relisten. ? Non tender, non erythematous
Complete thread -- Solitary left testicle with ______ s/l MDS and frequency. (what does this stand for)
Complete thread -- not sure what this is? "noted hear bur as well "(?burp)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- you are so kind to fellow MTs, it shows who you are.
Complete thread -- CLO test (for H. pylori)
Complete thread -- CLOtest
Complete thread -- A *claw* test was negative.
Complete thread -- Supple neck. *non* oropharynx. Lungs: Clear to
Complete thread -- Ya I found that as well. I will send it in for query. Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- ?? I found Kronner Manipujector. for uterine manipulation during laparoscopic surgery ??
Complete thread -- s/l cro-na-tor
Complete thread -- LOL - flavored, no less.
Complete thread -- I don't do drugs either, I said they sold those blunts here.
Complete thread -- the link provided is for search results from a really stupid search...
Complete thread -- so, 'nm' doesn't do drugs? Hmm. Glad you cleared that up for us before we reported you.
Complete thread -- as mentioned, NEW to me, (I don't do drugs) I know you 3 mentioned drug use on WB
Complete thread -- they sell blunts in the stores where you live?? Must not be the kind of blunts I smoke.
Complete thread -- 7 to 8 of those per day?
Complete thread -- could be a bowl of tobacco, as in pipe smoking.
Complete thread -- blunt isn't new - they've been selling them in the stores here for years.
Complete thread -- no really familiar at all, so I googled it . Learned a new word tho a "blunt' chuckle sm
Complete thread -- plus... you'd spend over 18 out of 24 hours of your day smoking to get through
Complete thread -- good guess, but says "positive cigarette smoking" - a bowl would be like with a bong for
Complete thread -- bowls as in drug person?
Complete thread -- or maybe "lows" like a low-tar brand?
Complete thread -- 7 to 8 lights?
Complete thread -- no fluctuant sounds? no fluctuance found?
Complete thread -- dunno, but it is 'pus' not 'puss'
Complete thread -- The wounds were palpated and no *flexion* sounds.
Complete thread -- ummm... 7 to 8 individual cigarettes? Not packs (each pack has 20 cigs)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying smokes per day?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- what ya 's'upose he is smoking 7-8 of? Most of s/l turn out"NOTHING" like final word
Complete thread -- addendum CAP STEEP=Standardised Exponential Exercise Protocol (the STEEP Test nm
Complete thread -- that'd be a pretty expensive habit
Complete thread -- seriously? you think he's smoking 7-8 PACKS a day? ('lobes' doesn't sound anything like
Complete thread -- nope, doesn't sound like that, so left it as blank
Complete thread -- I bet just slurring "packs" suggest rewind, slow down and relisten.
Complete thread -- here are some other treadmill protocol names (if needed in future) sm
Complete thread -- positive cigarette smoking 7 to 8 *lobes* per day - TIA
Complete thread -- a guess, brisk capillary refill, distal effusion with intact sensation sm
Complete thread -- didn't find Lipolysate".Laser lipolysis similar traditional liposuction removing fat sm
Complete thread -- Plasty surgery , s/l "Lipolysate" sm
Complete thread -- capillary refill distal ________ with intact sensation to
Complete thread -- Finally found it. It's Naughton protocol. Thank you anyway!
Complete thread -- stress test
Complete thread -- from above link (sm)
Complete thread -- A1
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- At this time, the scope was placed and we noted articular cartilage of ...
Complete thread -- We then transferred the patient in lateral position, prepped and drape ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he says "he lacked 5 degrees or 10 degrees of distal"
Complete thread -- we manipulated his arm into
Complete thread -- Risks and benefits of surgery had been discussed with the *patient. U ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sorry, gave us
Complete thread -- gave up
Complete thread -- Manipulation under anesthesia ____ 5 degrees in each plane ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but frankly?
Complete thread -- He underwent examination under anesthesia ____ had almost full degree ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- into the muscle where I felt jump sign.
Complete thread -- Then, before the injection and before the patient had anesthesia, I pa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- injection with arthrogram
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right shoulder pain. PROCEDURE PERFORM ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sm for my guess
Complete thread -- CLINICAL INDICATIONS: This is a 64-year-old female with a history of ...
Complete thread -- Sounds very reasonable! Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- did not bill for it
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- corona mortis
Complete thread -- never mind, Rob-Nel is urethral, you said NG.
Complete thread -- into the crest AND left proud to allow for....
Complete thread -- absolutely
Complete thread -- Rob-Nel ?
Complete thread -- (14)-French red Robinson catheter?
Complete thread -- Nasogastric French Red Robinel?
Complete thread -- Then likely s/be "presyncopal event" (not effect)
Complete thread -- got it! TUNA
Complete thread -- BPH - sm
Complete thread -- YES! Preysncopal. Thanks!
Complete thread -- or perhaps "presyncopal" instead of "recent copal" ?
Complete thread -- syncopal?
Complete thread -- Bradycardia: This may be causal for his recent _____ s/l "cope-el" effect. (sm)
Complete thread -- oooh - I had that on the tip of my mind but I couldn't pull it out!
Complete thread -- got it (butchered "ball-valve" effect)
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- ESL doc, stumped on word re: gallbladder sm plse
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- but maybe "custom-made orthotics"?
Complete thread -- custom
Complete thread -- injection therapy, shockwave therapy, _____ knee orthotics without resolution of the
Complete thread -- I think we know math is not your strong suit...
Complete thread -- LOL - evidently I didnt either HAHAHA
Complete thread -- except that the radius is actually equal to half the diameter - but maybe dictator doesn't
Complete thread -- I was so busy googling for a type of mass that I didn't even think of that,
Complete thread -- Yes, it does seem that way. We don't really have any rules where I work.
Complete thread -- Poorly stated. Better, IMO: She has a mass with a radius
Complete thread -- maybe radius meaning "diameter" ?
Complete thread -- for skin grafts did not hear RASP
Complete thread -- Patient with middle finger pain and mass.
Complete thread -- you posted over an unanswered wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Probably because QA usually uses their "preference" instead of "rules" (that is JMO tho)
Complete thread -- I think someone posted over your wav before it was
Complete thread -- Utilizing a 15
Complete thread -- cross cutter _____ rasp. The wound was flushed with copious amount of normal steril
Complete thread -- ankle tourniquet was inflated. _____ a 15 blade scalpel, a 1.5 cm linear incision wa
Complete thread -- injection therapy, shockwave therapy, _____ knee orthotics without resolution
Complete thread -- I get it capped in my VR drafts as well, and spellcheck is always saying it is capped too.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm trying to figure out why QA changed my giardia to Giardia in a sentence where
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Since they are classified as a genus, BOS 2 page 189 says:
Complete thread -- do you cap giardia when it stands alone? what about shigella, salmonella, campylobact
Complete thread -- reticulated
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I looked around too, never found"Z" It could be the dictator "misreading" sm
Complete thread -- Rather, it's value lies in ......
Complete thread -- radiculopathy. Rather, ________ differentiating other types of neuritis
Complete thread -- I had a hard time deciding, but thought I heard articulated. didn't sound right so I didnt
Complete thread -- observed ?
Complete thread -- in the hospital, and I think it is "though" he had some problem (not "so")
Complete thread -- intercalated
Complete thread -- anastomotic leak and was _________ for long time and discharged.
Complete thread -- flagged
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Complete thread -- fracture fragments. _____ pieces had been placed
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- corona mortis
Complete thread -- changed to wav as mp3 posted below
Complete thread -- placed from _____ location down
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Never mind. It is proud as I heard. Answered
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the crest of left ______ to allow for a Farabeuf
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- Metzenbaum scissors, the _____ vessel was
Complete thread -- anosmia? (loss of sense of smell) or maybe insomnia?
Complete thread -- how about "lac" - slang for laceration and would make perfect sense in context
Complete thread -- lac (short for laceration)
Complete thread -- "proud" means it is left sticking up... screws placed *and* left proud
Complete thread -- injuries including _____. He was taken to the operating
Complete thread -- where he will be monitored and cared for the *track* team. Staples are planned
Complete thread -- fragments. *matriculated* pieces had been placed
Complete thread -- measuring 85 mm was placed from _____ location down
Complete thread -- into the crest of left *proud* to allow for a
Complete thread -- s/l corra mortise vessel
Complete thread -- injuries including splenic *lap*, renal *lap*, and liver *lap*. He was taken
Complete thread -- Patient with coronary artery disease, obstructive sleep apnea,
Complete thread -- knee. After allowing for decantation,
Complete thread -- got it. fat graft. ...
Complete thread -- Then, 30 cc of fat was removed from the right medial knee after allowi ...
Complete thread -- I am hearing "subgraft". This is coming again and again in the ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Large labia minora. PROCEDURE PERFORME ...
Complete thread -- got it.
Complete thread -- After time was allowed for vasoconstriction, the suction-assisted lipe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as well as the posterolateral
Complete thread -- Besides asymmetry of the breasts and the difference on the nipple-areo ...
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Complete thread -- not very pronounced? now very pronounced?
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS/FINDINGS AT THE TIME OF OPERATION: This patient was seen ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- suction-assisted lipectomy
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bilateral breasts gynecomastia. PROCED ...
Complete thread -- agree with C282Y
Complete thread -- Thanks, Kitty. I'm interested to know what they say it is.
Complete thread -- FWIW, I'd have gone with C282Y... and that reminds me of crazy...which I feel right about
Complete thread -- Hope you'll post back and let us know what he says. Probably
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help. Unfortunately he said it very slowly and distinctly, (sm)
Complete thread -- I can't find Z either, looked at many articles, wonder if
Complete thread -- Just saying that this doctor speaks very clearly, and it's obviously a "Z" he's (sm)
Complete thread -- You may "very clearly" hear Z, but remember, we as MT's clearly hear a LOT
Complete thread -- LOL...I thought halitosis too, but didn't post it.
Complete thread -- Doc very clearly dictates "Z282Y" mutation, but unable to verify. Please sm.
Complete thread -- listen for "Mild halitosis. Friedman Class 2. Normal...."
Complete thread -- I will try. Thank you.
Complete thread -- listen for
Complete thread -- It is my understanding that the sign-on (just like the referral bonus) is paid out after
Complete thread -- partial ad EDITORS MAKE UP TO $27 PER HOUR PLUS $600-1200 BONUS
Complete thread -- Actually, I've seen so much BS on that "other" page about bashing SS, that...I dont go
Complete thread -- I think it was Cat on PBS recently, I was listening (sorta) while on the keyboard
Complete thread -- Oh, I can't believe the 2-3 c/line. Not even for editing. Sorry.
Complete thread -- No LB, I am not the author, however, "I do believe" the one who shared & posted. Yes, I do
Complete thread -- Never mind, found some articles talking about both. Suppose they are equivalent
Complete thread -- Antivirals vs. antiretrovirals. Are they the same? A lot of docs are dictating
Complete thread -- Oh okay, so you didn't write this, so I apologize. But, my opinion
Complete thread -- I suppose I'm in the minority...been there 10 years and I will reply here.
Complete thread -- This is a copy/post I just read and I too feel the need to share with fellow MTs sm
Complete thread -- yep, forgot about the breasteses.
Complete thread -- thank you for all the help, I put palate ptosis, __ class 3, will post feedback if receiv
Complete thread -- Pertains to breasts too, but I sure couldn't find it for palate.
Complete thread -- Ptosis (the P is silent)=sagging or prolapse of an organ or part; not just eye sm
Complete thread -- Looks like the Cat Stevens' version was in 1972, the song itself
Complete thread -- Oh, that song can't be that old. I remember Cats in the Cradle too just like it was
Complete thread -- I can see ptosis fitting, but everywhere I looked, it pertained to upper eyelid only.
Complete thread -- I searched under everything I could think of, I think you got it!
Complete thread -- You just did, in a way. Your post brought back a memory of an
Complete thread -- I found Friedman palate position grade I through IV so
Complete thread -- frenum class II
Complete thread -- I'm looking, but can't find "tosis," so, palate ptosis?? but (SM)
Complete thread -- flagged and moving on.
Complete thread -- s/l palate tosis, freedom class 2
Complete thread -- 86 mean (mean arterial pressure) and 91.4 kg could be weight.
Complete thread -- typo should have been "solidified" nm
Complete thread -- s/l fillinbrated may be fibrillated=(solidilied)=make solid, compact, or hard sm
Complete thread -- "it's a brand new day today, give a bit of some unexpected kindness to someone.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- eccentric ?
Complete thread -- or extensory
Complete thread -- ah ha, bet your guess could be IT i.e., lowered (decreased) sm
Complete thread -- lord = lowered
Complete thread -- wonder if should be Blood pressure 132/64, 86 mean 91.4 mm Hg sm
Complete thread -- need to know more details. Being seen for what, dictator sepeciality
Complete thread -- passed ? colonoscope was able to be passed beyond nm
Complete thread -- Need to flag and move on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This will be treated as s/l lord gluconeogenic activity-associated hypoglycemia. TIA!
Complete thread -- Temperature is 98, pulse is (?), respirations 16, pulse oximetry 97%/sm
Complete thread -- Fast ESL, vitals: "Blood pressure 132/64, 86 *mean*, 91.4 kg/nm
Complete thread -- Doc spells out "Fillinbrated" papule. The closest I can find is
Complete thread -- therefore marked...
Complete thread -- McRoberts - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- With s/l my robbis and modified Ritgen's, a normal spontaneous
Complete thread -- transited
Complete thread -- it was shape.... Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- skin biopsy of back. Sorry forgot to mention that- near shoulder
Complete thread -- The s/l sip of the defect.
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- neither one seems all that appropriate
Complete thread -- I am thinking transcended, as the definition fits much better...?
Complete thread -- The scope was able to be s/l transmitted beyond the lesion
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be lunch was "at" Bertucci's, since its a restaurant?
Complete thread -- Bertucci thanks anyway
Complete thread -- lunch was s-l patouchi pratouchi?
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Glyxambi (empagliflozin & linagliptin) type 2 diabetes sm
Complete thread -- yep, I hear it now. wow, I wasn't even close
Complete thread -- neutralization plate
Complete thread -- midposition ? can't really document it though
Complete thread -- At this point of time, we were able to slide one 3.5 interfragmentary ...
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- We then ligated it all with neurovascular structures preserved. Perio ...
Complete thread -- dextro=located to the left (used in other specialities also) sm
Complete thread -- Probably. Thanks
Complete thread -- JuggerKnots were placed?
Complete thread -- I have to send this. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- lateral epicondyle fracture s/l jerger miles were placed
Complete thread -- The first time I googled my phrase,
Complete thread -- Have you heard an orthopedic doctor say patent physis?
Complete thread -- I do find some google support for "dextroflexed" and "dextroflexion" re: uterus.
Complete thread -- how about dextroflexed?
Complete thread -- Maybe doc is meaning dextrorotated, but it is a verbatim acct? nm
Complete thread -- ooops...uterus, typo. nm
Complete thread -- Bimanual reveals uters that is anteverted, slightly "dex't flexed." tia sm
Complete thread -- Never mind, found it. Thanks!/nm
Complete thread -- Line sepsis. She has a *mid line* in her left arm. Ever heard of this? /nm
Complete thread -- maybe said Rimso 50 ? (they don't always use entire phrases nm
Complete thread -- thanks! Maybe so... I am going to flag it because it's not what she's saying
Complete thread -- Rimso?
Complete thread -- s/l rinto (for bladder spasm)
Complete thread -- dulling (like losing feeling?)
Complete thread -- intermittent back pain s/l delling
Complete thread -- how is it used in a sentence? It is possible it's something else?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- (s/l three or free speculum?)
Complete thread -- #1 is ___ speculum; #2 is 7-French
Complete thread -- first and a _______ was placed AND removed with _______ suction and
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- You answered your own question - anosmia
Complete thread -- Can't document: *spider/Spider/Spyder* vac for wound closure of open
Complete thread -- his aspirin suppository. ______ will be to discontinue
Complete thread -- if this helps, the patient has more or less lost her sense of smell but not taste
Complete thread -- she is neurologically intact except for the ____> ...
Complete thread -- my guess inside
Complete thread -- Once this was done, we scoped the shoulder with findings noted above, ...
Complete thread -- 4 cm dilated, 50% effaced.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- she was 450, minus 1. What is 450? TIA!
Complete thread -- sounds like "one period."
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. ____ lumbar syndrome. 2. Low back pain. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "from 2-15 shows ill-defined 40 ?mm?__ nm
Complete thread -- of course, trying to help, no need for such hostility "ah"
Complete thread -- a guess s/l acorol may be Asacol HD: Ulcerative Colitis Treatment Medication
Complete thread -- at the top of this page, to the left, there is a section bacteria click sm
Complete thread -- My point was to offer an example of the acceptability of ticcing
Complete thread -- chest x-ray from XX/XX/XXXX shows ill-defined ______ of the right lateral midlung
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear mild tricuspid regurgitation noted nm
Complete thread -- Here is one example of lab values 0.point zero sm
Complete thread -- Moderate aortic and mitral regurgitation noted. ______ regurgitation noted.
Complete thread -- ?? There were 19900 google hits for "ticcing." My point was
Complete thread -- Ticcing in Public (National Tourette Syndrome Association)
Complete thread -- Nicomide is a dietary supplement for acne (found by googling nikamide)
Complete thread -- What is the procedure being performed? I'm imagining a brand name of a forearm restraint/
Complete thread -- The link is Excellent! (user-friendly to docs, possibly not to MTs, but quite accurate.)
Complete thread -- Agree w/ poi. "To water seal" means no suction is provided to the chest tube, and the pt
Complete thread -- I like it. Usually a commensal of low pathogenicity, sometimes a contaminant.
Complete thread -- Thanks for more info! Yes, "pretty sure" is correct in this instance. :-) nm
Complete thread -- Not enough info to determine whether you or doc is correct in this situation.
Complete thread -- I meant a "lab value", not lab term. Sorry.
Complete thread -- If it is a lab term, you use it, just not for medications.
Complete thread -- number point zero - as in 1.0
Complete thread -- Oh, I didn't realize it was both. Thought it was either/or. Agree with tear, detachment.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Agree with poster below. Maybe retinal tear, retinal detachment.
Complete thread -- RD for retinal detachment? Hard to say. Depends on
Complete thread -- Ophthalmology abbreviation "RT,RD"?
Complete thread -- Is he on a laxative, Agoral? At least it looks
Complete thread -- medication name s/l "A choral" - sm
Complete thread -- I think I found it, just need to research a bit to make sure...propionibacterium
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did find it described in the American Heritage.
Complete thread -- s/l proprania bacterium
Complete thread -- See inside
Complete thread -- BTW, it's always National Institutes (with an s) of Health.
Complete thread -- Sent it with a blank but thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks poi
Complete thread -- feculent=full of dregs or fecal matter; foul, turbid sm
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- feculent transformation
Complete thread -- s/l nikamide ? Niacinamide sm
Complete thread -- link please..I can't find it but would love to have it as a source for next time.
Complete thread -- I entered the word "tic" and then checked the dictionaries.
Complete thread -- if you use the mediine onelook link, it takes you to "the free dictionary
Complete thread -- medication in list s/l nikamidine 500 mg twice daily. Patient with no significantPMH.
Complete thread -- I don't think it's a real word, but if I were to use it, I'd spell it 'ticcing'
Complete thread -- that is weird. Onelook shows ticcing at dictionary.com, yet when I
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! I know "O" should be lower case, generic med. typo. nm
Complete thread -- ? Trospium
Complete thread -- urinary incontinence. Has tried Oxybutynin and "her-spi-om." tia nm
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- ticcing is a verb, according to the dictionaries above at onelook.
Complete thread -- Foresee
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- See note please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks lb
Complete thread -- If verbatim, I would not. If you can change things where you work, then yes.
Complete thread -- no, I would not change tics to ticks. I would write "obvious tics"
Complete thread -- sure-link
Complete thread -- The chest tube was placed *to water seal*. Other than that, her HEENT
Complete thread -- would you change this to Rules of Two?
Complete thread -- Pt with Tourette's. "On exam he does have some obvious ticing/ticking.
Complete thread -- Giemsa stain?
Complete thread -- just another poster trying to help, I think
Complete thread -- GMS stain
Complete thread -- what? my confirmation that I found the abbreviation in my book wasn't enough?
Complete thread -- yeast. Gram stain: No growth on culture.
Complete thread -- probably the same word in above sentence too sick for "decompression"
Complete thread -- good one!!!
Complete thread -- here is your confirmation on ESM sm
Complete thread -- gentian stain
Complete thread -- on Gram stain?
Complete thread -- Bronchial washing negative for yeast s/l gem sustain. No growth on culture
Complete thread -- oops - allopurinol (btw - I didn't know it was used for stone prevention, learned it from
Complete thread -- you're amazing! That was it - just stumbling.
Complete thread -- allopurinal?
Complete thread -- The patient is on Cardura for BPH and ______ s/l omaoturnal to prevent stone disease.
Complete thread -- it can be expanded either way - I prefer "angiography" in this context.
Complete thread -- Recheck CT scan of the chest with "angio." Acct. does not allow abbrev. SM
Complete thread -- Just looking for clarification. Thanks. Never had a doc say this. nm
Complete thread -- ESM for ejection systolic murmur (same as SEM but it is in my abbrev. book this way too)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Heart: She had a 2/6 "ESM" bilateral second intercostal spaces. SEM? tia nm
Complete thread -- L-Thyroxine (for the hypothyroidism)
Complete thread -- ah-makes sense now
Complete thread -- P.S. I'm assuming they mean some type of autologous bone
Complete thread -- drug- pat with hypothyroidism and hypertension
Complete thread -- try "knee in and her bone" instead of "in her bone."
Complete thread -- little word "will" throwing me off as to what doc is trying to say
Complete thread -- The right upper extremity was then positioned onto a *hansel*.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- He actually said the whole phrase again - duh - thank you!
Complete thread -- Oh!!! You are so smart! Thanks
Complete thread -- Crimean(-Congo) hemorrhagic fever ?
Complete thread -- "cramean" - phonetic - 44 year old male with
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- way too late - but for the archives - F&Fs for filiforms and followers (?)
Complete thread -- pentoxifylline??
Complete thread -- I just hear what s/l pression so possibly the end of a word,
Complete thread -- "just with"
Complete thread -- under good control ______ Proscar. As far as we
Complete thread -- potassium, Lopid, Coreg, digoxin, *Pendoxa*, insulin, vitamin D, Proscar,
Complete thread -- too sick for any ________. I would recommend
Complete thread -- just nicking the skin and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- just *** the skin
Complete thread -- We prepped and draped in normal standard surgical fashion and performe ...
Complete thread -- nebulizer s/l sunlion?
Complete thread -- then placed both of these into anchor at the lesser tuberosity which w ...
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- The foot was slightly externally rotated relative to the ____ and with ...
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- reposted above
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- It should be noted that this fusion was aligned with respect to this p ...
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Complete thread -- ignore second guess..though it does sound like *placed*
Complete thread -- were both in their place? bolted and placed?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- INTRAOPERATIVE C-ARM, RIGHT FOOT: Both AP and lateral views reveal a ...
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Complete thread -- there was no varus present. ...only slightly externally rotated relative to the ________
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- This was a mutual forefoot to rearfoot relationship. There was no bal ...
Complete thread -- It should be noted that this fusion was aligned with respect to this p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There was noted to be dorsal osseous lipping at the level of the
Complete thread -- This was done gently and minimal dissection was performed as we attemp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- its sheath. (and uh, period, just period)
Complete thread -- The tibialis anterior tendon was visualized but was kept within ____. ...
Complete thread -- You are on point poi! Thank you!
Complete thread -- phleboliths?
Complete thread -- KUB today shows probably that stone and 2 other S/L*flabilus in similar position
Complete thread -- filiforms?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- from inside the PIPJ through the ....The pin is bent and cut
Complete thread -- This was driven *from the inside* of the PIPJ to the end of the digit ...
Complete thread -- S/L ef-in-efs
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that would be correct :)
Complete thread -- opposed seems more like it. just confirming. ...
Complete thread -- after checking a dictionary, which one do you think?
Complete thread -- She would like for her breasts to look more natural but is not *appose ...
Complete thread -- which was in (its) turn not confirmed -- JMHO
Complete thread -- thank you! have a good evening
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think "not in turn" is the idiom he's trying for... it's close enough if you hear
Complete thread -- ESL doc, s/l "not in its turn" sm msg for sentence
Complete thread -- rare gram-positive cocci in pairs?
Complete thread -- s/l...(rare re and positive cox-ine pairs) ...sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- M-W shows as a synonym. s/msg
Complete thread -- Can acuity be used to mean acuteness? Or should I flag or change it?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sessile
Complete thread -- sounds like c-cell sm plse for context
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Menghini needle
Complete thread -- Strong, healthy, sturdy. Why not??
Complete thread -- Prior to this, a S/L* ma-not-me hill* was used to biopsy the left lobe of the liver
Complete thread -- that too!
Complete thread -- and do you still need him? do you still feed him?
Complete thread -- I can't believe this fool doctor thinks ANYBODY is going to get that!
Complete thread -- my 64-year-old husband is! You must be really young. haha
Complete thread -- I don't know why a 64yo could not be "robust (strong and healthy), but consider "verbose"
Complete thread -- he is a pleasant, 64yo s/l robose man in no acute distress. Could he
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2nd is just "was" - 1st one is mush. ugh
Complete thread -- too fast, too "garbled"
Complete thread -- The irrigation _____ Dermabond was AND The patient tolerated the procedure well, ___
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- TA-63 was inserted and fired across this area. Excess tissue was excised.
Complete thread -- Insufflation was begun. (what I hear)
Complete thread -- The irrigation was then performed. _____. There is no evidence of twisting in the b
Complete thread -- colotomy _____ was reapproximated with Allis clamp and a _____ tissue was excised. _
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- There we go. Thank you
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Brockenbrough?
Complete thread -- a verb makes no sense there, however
Complete thread -- way too many words missing... I can get a lot of it, but I don't have all day.
Complete thread -- chalazions of the left lower eyelid
Complete thread -- DHEA would fit the context
Complete thread -- Brockenbrough
Complete thread -- Brockenbrough
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l broken brogues needle
Complete thread -- After that, a time-out was performed. _____ in the left upper and lower quadrants __
Complete thread -- position, and _____ was given. The patient was given IV antibiotics ____ fashion
Complete thread -- nevermind-he's correcting himself
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- PE- pain score- how to type this
Complete thread -- neither Tinel nor paresthesias
Complete thread -- ty-yes pool
Complete thread -- does Neer make sense in this sentence? I hear Tinel clearly.
Complete thread -- pool therapy?
Complete thread -- physical therapy?
Complete thread -- unless employer preference I'd cap E-Stim it is gegistered (R)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I used Bing to search and couldn't come up
Complete thread -- best to post a wav if possible
Complete thread -- I think ok, sm & link I'd use it
Complete thread -- pain management
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- knee x-ray -- "waviness" of the medial femoral condyle
Complete thread -- s/l skibillous =Scybalous stools (hard, pellet-like stools);sm
Complete thread -- She strains her bowels and stools are s/l skibillous. She is not having a BM every
Complete thread -- s/l coalesces makes sense= merge, unite, join together, combine, fuse, blend
Complete thread -- muscles_____. The plate was anchored to sclera with
Complete thread -- compression
Complete thread -- Sperm aspiration. At the end of the procedure, s/l congression? was placed at the
Complete thread -- the States
Complete thread -- I will be happy to see her when she returns to "States" or states? tx
Complete thread -- The wings of the plate were inserted beneath the superior and lateral ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- conjunctival
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Uncontrolled glaucoma in the right eye and ca ...
Complete thread -- Thank you to both helpers. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- assure our position? (still might change to "ensure")
Complete thread -- im hearing "ensure our position"???
Complete thread -- ensure ___ position
Complete thread -- mp3 help. colonoscopy report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Three cysts were excised on the right lower eyelid laterally, 2 on the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Don't really hear either of those. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- after more research, I am confident that is the correct answer/reason.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear count down. I *think* he is saying that they counted down
Complete thread -- Under fluoroscopic guidance, the T12 vertebral body was identified and ...
Complete thread -- you nailed it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Check out Clinpath Laboratories and Clin-Path, maybe others
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I agree with you. Didn't want to say anything till I knew it wasn't the patient name.
Complete thread -- No. I am hearing something like "claim pass" ...
Complete thread -- Is he saying the pt name?
Complete thread -- I am hearing "with your company paying _____ for that examination& ...
Complete thread -- She is now having problems with ____ for that examination and I would ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- billing
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, there was a delay in the way that the ____ was done for ...
Complete thread -- ultrathin?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rigid?
Complete thread -- #2 ________ and bra above with coverage for the... ??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 ductal
Complete thread -- The s/l send bronchoscope was inserted. TIA!
Complete thread -- The skin was then removed and cutting only the skin off to protect the ...
Complete thread -- At that point, hemostasis was obtained and the wound closed with 5-0 c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's just stumbling, trying to say period.
Complete thread -- She had a positive load-and-shift anteriorly where she actually disloc ...
Complete thread -- avulsed off the labrum? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- avulsed
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- I obtained the MRA which showed that the middle glenohumeral ligament ...
Complete thread -- complexity=(level of difficulty) female OF stated age. sm
Complete thread -- visceral nodal metastasis
Complete thread -- there was no s/l bis-truh or nodal metastasis noted. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hurting under the
Complete thread -- Today, I did discuss pursuing the L4-L5 level depending on where he is ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- They, at that exam, did discuss?? (make sure it fits rest of report)
Complete thread -- He presented with bilateral low back pain with some lateral radiation ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I can't hear that, but thank you.
Complete thread -- cachectic?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have no idea how to post a wav file. nm
Complete thread -- brat...notice how I avoided this post??
Complete thread -- Thanks. Ended up being tricyclic antidepressants
Complete thread -- Chronically ill, thin s/l complexity female as stated age.
Complete thread -- I'm ready to leave site, but here is link for street slang drug names, take a look
Complete thread -- corrected visual acuity (distance and near) I believe. Still a "future" prescription.
Complete thread -- methadone, opiates, and s/l jess-yu-co-can-it presence were detected on the UDS. TIA!
Complete thread -- link shows 8 atmospheres (ATMs) google + dacryoplasty sm & link
Complete thread -- I feel this looks better now: greenish/milky-white fluid
Complete thread -- Thanks for feedback.
Complete thread -- probably, sure doesn't sound like it though. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sorry, ?? mild ascitic fluid wave
Complete thread -- ?mild ascitic
Complete thread -- No edema, no cyanosis of legs is the last one. Not sure what s/l stick is
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Generalized tenderness on palpation. Mild s/l stick fluid wave
Complete thread -- hmmm... a hyphen question. What does poi think?
Complete thread -- typo - Laotian
Complete thread -- okay, got it (patient speaks Loatian)
Complete thread -- hmmm... a hyphen question. What does poi think?
Complete thread -- greenish, milky white fluid was aspirated.
Complete thread -- IMHO I would not use a hyphen at all
Complete thread -- help with geography, the patient is from "Low" rhymes with pow. Is that Laos?
Complete thread -- I meant Dafilon
Complete thread -- I think it is Davilon sutures.
Complete thread -- lol. Right. Weird. Since there is nothing but the Teflon, I guess I will use that. Perhaps
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- there are Teflon sutures; however, in your context, since the
Complete thread -- Unna?
Complete thread -- compression boots s/l linna boots
Complete thread -- greenish-milky white fluid was aspirated. Hyphen correct?
Complete thread -- s/l tevalon sutures. Ankle surgery
Complete thread -- or maybe 18???
Complete thread -- your welcome. ;)
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- advanced, i agree. maybe "into the" instead of to the.
Complete thread -- advanced
Complete thread -- probably 8
Complete thread -- the superior punctum and ______ to the nasolacrimal system
Complete thread -- was inflated to *aid the atmospheres* for 90 seconds
Complete thread -- suture was used to *advance* a pedicle of medial fat in the tear trough area
Complete thread -- might be trauma, since pt had fracture
Complete thread -- I couldnt find it in archives either, but I only remember it since I worked for a pody for
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ? or localizing "trough" (a narrow, shallow channel or depression)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I hear carried (MAYBE ADD 'out" 'ACCORDING TO" these findings.
Complete thread -- Corrected visual acuity is the best distance vision you have with contacts or glasses but
Complete thread -- s/l localizing troe (super fast ortho doc) sm for sentence please
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- long discussion was had ?? (I dont hear carried?)
Complete thread -- agree, and I hear external
Complete thread -- I believe the question is about the blank... s/l external? extra?
Complete thread -- you got your answer below posts An optical coherence tomography
Complete thread -- and, is giving what was written in the prescription "corrected" visual sm
Complete thread -- compared to the right. ______ photographs were
Complete thread -- looked, unable to find anything similar to bodurian arteries, let us know.
Complete thread -- sounds more like optical coring tomography
Complete thread -- hertel exophthalmometer ___ base of 104
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The Hertel and _____ 104 reveals an anterior projection of 19 mm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes, see link
Complete thread -- sometimes if you search for part of what you're hearing it will being sm
Complete thread -- ah...thank you!
Complete thread -- pulling
Complete thread -- stumped: Groin pain aggravated by **polling** sitting or walking.
Complete thread -- ESL doc. "in-vitro" strips and lancet needles will be called in. tia nm
Complete thread -- well they're giving the corrected visual acuity
Complete thread -- or how about optical coherence tomography?
Complete thread -- s/l optical *corintomography may be Optical coherence tomography (OCT) sm
Complete thread -- see link - might find your word
Complete thread -- The patient had thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm involving the
Complete thread -- if you type it into google it suggests optical cord tomography?
Complete thread -- believe giving written prescription (for glasses) Also, agree MINUS= easier read
Complete thread -- An optical *corintomography* of both eyes shows a nerve fiber layer loss and increase
Complete thread -- bos says write out minus if you're not sure the symbol will be noticeable so I guess this
Complete thread -- looks ok to me but I think some people write out minus (minus 2)
Complete thread -- agree! appropriate protection of the eye nm
Complete thread -- His best corrected visual acuity is 20/20 on the right and 20/30*-2*in the left eye.
Complete thread -- after reading through many articles, I see what you mean, that do sound alike sm
Complete thread -- thanks archie. I'm not sure what I did wrong, but I still can't
Complete thread -- not the above poster, but I searched for "holy moly"...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- what did you type in the archive search box to get the answer?
Complete thread -- I also hear protection
Complete thread -- Or...she could check the archives here, lol.
Complete thread -- got it, thanks.
Complete thread -- Question re: ortho surgery, knee components
Complete thread -- Ortho question volar length or overall length sm
Complete thread -- appropriate protection of the eye
Complete thread -- appropriate perception
Complete thread -- well with appropriate _____ of the eye albeit with symptoms
Complete thread -- the funny thing is, I don't know that term either, but I've seen this...
Complete thread -- You are right, I knew I asked this before, but could not find my note.
Complete thread -- well, if she/he is anything like me, she will still have to post because
Complete thread -- you know, ksjlh, you asked the same question in September! Write it down this time.
Complete thread -- holy moly! I mean, heloma molle!
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: Tinea pedis s/l "helamamoli"
Complete thread -- I couldn't find it either, that is why I asked. Do a bit of
Complete thread -- No idea,need a wav, might mean a AP frogleg views (a guess)sm
Complete thread -- it is just dictation, not personal. I would ot change at all
Complete thread -- what is an HCH view?
Complete thread -- there are internal and external inguinal rings (tho not heard what you have sm & link
Complete thread -- a guess ? cornu,(contents) OR "cord" what is title of op note
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- I believe indicating hip alignment is good=Each hip bone (os coxae)sms
Complete thread -- s/l abifora looks like epiphora=overflow of tears sm
Complete thread -- s/l os integrated...sm
Complete thread -- almost got it s/l Mohs microgr0phic-micrographic sm & link
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- appropriate *perception* of the eye albeit with symptoms of *abifora* consistent
Complete thread -- micrographic - I googled "Mohs * surgery" and there it was!
Complete thread -- underwent a Mohs *microagrophic* surgery in November
Complete thread -- conjoined tendons
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- transversalis fascia and shelving border of the inguinal ligament. Second suture was
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- internal ring (relisten at the end for and then was sutured in place
Complete thread -- Multiple questions - please help
Complete thread -- the floor, but the *eternal* ring was not enlarged.
Complete thread -- disconnected from the *corners contents*, however, could not discern whether
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- external?
Complete thread -- fluff to oasis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- place and person. ______ examination reveals bilateral lower
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- Thanks. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- minor overdose
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Intraoperative fluoroscopy confirmed appropriate level and then I perf ...
Complete thread -- not be watched by the nurses, regulating her blood sugar, etcetera,for that first night.
Complete thread -- The patient need to stay overnight since she is a diabetic and is on s ...
Complete thread -- The right side will need to be lifted and reduced to match the left si ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with a small strip of muscle
Complete thread -- Then, 15 minutes were allotted for the epinephrine to work and then th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but the fact is the (not in fact is)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- The patient had ____ excess tissue in the left upper eyelid ____ left ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- patient name in the wav file - I deleted it. Your answer in message.
Complete thread -- CHART NUMBER: BSI, I WILL HAVE TO GET BACK ____ ...
Complete thread -- might be TAP.= T and protrusion technique (stenting technique)
Complete thread -- addensum maybe should have said, as in secondary dx nm
Complete thread -- maybe means differential dx, Acute motor and sensory neuronopathy & small cell lung ca sm
Complete thread -- and you did a good job Oasis. We were having fun with each other, not
Complete thread -- I was not out to prove anybody wrong. I was just answering a question and citing source.
Complete thread -- mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- "by the ileocecal valve"
Complete thread -- yes. I agree. Thank you very much Poi.
Complete thread -- eeek..ileocecal
Complete thread -- by the iliocecal valve?
Complete thread -- i am not sure but im hearing s/l "entirely lavaged"
Complete thread -- reposted...
Complete thread -- you will probably need to repost. It looks like 2 people posted MP3 at the same time
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening! That's what I'm hearing, too.
Complete thread -- Absolutely! Sorry to have bumped yours!
Complete thread -- i can also hear "sensory". Can I post my mp3 back????
Complete thread -- sounds pretty clearly like *sensory* sure can't verify though.
Complete thread -- mp3, ESL... Patient has non-small cell lung cancer so am not getting this...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. colonoscopy report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- numbers can be dictated in different ways - I bet you don't really do it "as dictated"...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Poi!
Complete thread -- #1 incurring cauda equina...?
Complete thread -- #2 as well as
Complete thread -- ESL doctor, mp3 uploaded. Patient with lung cancer.
Complete thread -- fluff to fluffy
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Thank you!! nm
Complete thread -- fluff to fluff
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- poi, poi, poi ...
Complete thread -- you're hearing it right - sm
Complete thread -- imo: patellar bone-tendon-bone autograft
Complete thread -- It's slang/short form -I transcribe it just like you have it - pronation/supination or you
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- patellar-bone-tendon-bone autograft...not sure if this is correct?
Complete thread -- Ortho question sm
Complete thread -- Sorry for being late. Thank you, billybob.
Complete thread -- Good range of motion including **prosupination (elbow fracture) ?pronation/supination
Complete thread -- I would use hyphen. It is also hyphenated in Stedman's Orthopedic Word Book.
Complete thread -- hyphenated in Stedman's ortho
Complete thread -- I would not use hyphens
Complete thread -- too-many-toes sign or too many toes sign?
Complete thread -- slightly low.
Complete thread -- Her H&H was 11 and 35 ______ due to heavy bleeding. ESL dictator. Thanks
Complete thread -- (I probably wonder if its derogatory because I woudn't like it!!)
Complete thread -- I am not finding a trademark so perhaps not capped. I am also
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- depends on how old she is haha. Maybe "older" would sound better?
Complete thread -- Dilamezinsert device
Complete thread -- is it derogatory to say "this is an old woman" with complications....etc.
Complete thread -- *dial-o-mes-insert* implant
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- T-condylar, intraarticular....is comma correct here?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Tyrer-Cuzick model
Complete thread -- urodynamic test (s/l mounts pressures)?
Complete thread -- s/l teracusic model?
Complete thread -- I agree. We transcribe whichever way is dictated, where I work.
Complete thread -- thanks anyhow - even that helps!!
Complete thread -- sorry, can't think of a thing.
Complete thread -- nevermind- continues and is obviously referring to a JP drain..
Complete thread -- s/l "along" but I think "a lot" is what he is saying too.
Complete thread -- sounds like JP prophylaxis
Complete thread -- it was said as "trap"
Complete thread -- was it spelled out or said as "trap" ?
Complete thread -- Hx of infrarenal AAA, previously underwent a s/l "TRAP" EVAR two years ago. sm
Complete thread -- associated a lot with nausea??
Complete thread -- rich meal and associated with __________ nausea
Complete thread -- feeling better after surgery?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- oh, heck. i can't get this one. I almost heard something PEG, but ... that accent gotta
Complete thread -- then 500 mg
Complete thread -- and zen at 500 mg (and then 500 mg nightly) is what it s/l to me.
Complete thread -- I'm glad I wasn't the only one mentally flipping that 'n' over.
Complete thread -- omg - he is saying focalin.
Complete thread -- Merrem 1 g as loading dose and ______ mg nightly.
Complete thread -- med for adhd, s/l so-clid ?
Complete thread -- current condition ________ after surgery with pulmonary infiltrate
Complete thread -- thanks for all the help!
Complete thread -- patellalgia in Stedman's Ortho. I've never heard anyone dictate it but
Complete thread -- I would use combining form patello - patellogenic
Complete thread -- maybe patella-algia?
Complete thread -- yes, but he uses this word twice in the report, patell-gia. No idea how to type it
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- is he trying to say symptoms related to the patella?
Complete thread -- that default *name* made me look again
Complete thread -- knee pain: She continued to have s/l patelgic symptoms worse on squatting.
Complete thread -- not increased?
Complete thread -- ?much increased, ?largely increased
Complete thread -- The liver is ________. She did have a CT
Complete thread -- 1- OP posted a followup below. 2 - "sono" is slang, and many accounts do not allow slang.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- looks like s/l sono core biopsy- cant verify.. thanks! Nothing wrong with AS IS
Complete thread -- ummm... OP asked, "would you do that as sonographic core or ultrasound core biopsy?"
Complete thread -- thank you ah!
Complete thread -- Op did not ask how to expand at all, why saying that.?
Complete thread -- since OP was asking which way to expand, I'm guessing it is not verbatim.
Complete thread -- if verbatim account, I'd go as dictated, as listed
Complete thread -- 1 - fibrinous 2 - fibrin 3 - palliative care (?)
Complete thread -- If "clear" and assuming it is, I'd go as dictated tarsus metatarsal joint sm
Complete thread -- Three blanks... Please help!
Complete thread -- if he said sono, i'd expand to sonographic
Complete thread -- would you do that as sonographic core or ultrasound core biopsy?
Complete thread -- sonographic core biopsy
Complete thread -- s/l sono core biopsy- cant verify..
Complete thread -- The actual **tarsus metatarsal joint** is hypermobile. SM for question plse
Complete thread -- and... the suggestion below is also just fine ("may be transcribed in one of two ways" -
Complete thread -- ignore, agree with nm (above)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- (period). In light of the above
Complete thread -- Period. Allowing the above,
Complete thread -- didn't get this in the wav ?chest tightness (of two hours')
Complete thread -- I hear "period, new line" Per the above,
Complete thread -- esl doc, English word, sm plse
Complete thread -- s/l silver cell looks like might be Surgicel (hemostasis used like a wick to catch drainag
Complete thread -- According to AAMT BOS, the way you have it is just fine.
Complete thread -- Serial troponins are negative. ________ the above,
Complete thread -- 16,600 and 14,300 (some do it the way you have it, 16.6 thousand)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- how to type this...
Complete thread -- medial malleolar screws, medial malleoli _______ x2.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but it is sounds like 1 word with 2 syllables. Flagging.
Complete thread -- it looks like "with a rod/intramedullary nail" is in there somehow.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Also, doctor is ESL!
Complete thread -- s/l ther-od intramedullary nail (see context)
Complete thread -- suppositories (the "and" may not be there - maybe just "Asacol eh... eh... suppositories")
Complete thread -- She is supposed to be on Asacol and _______. She is married
Complete thread -- flecainide acetate
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- take care of?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He is unable to ________ his secretion.
Complete thread -- s/l lekomide acetate and he is very clear sounding......
Complete thread -- body and tail appeared atrophic ...
Complete thread -- pancreas. _______ with elevated duct. There was ________for patient
Complete thread -- He is unable to ________ his secretion.
Complete thread -- grade 3
Complete thread -- Have a good day. ...
Complete thread -- Next, MRI of the right knee showed a small joint effusion and a latera ...
Complete thread -- MRI of the lumbar spine showed a L4-L5 broad based posterior disc hern ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- suggesting
Complete thread -- MRI of the cervical spine done on February 21, 2015 showed multilevel ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- there is a company called Fort Lauderdale Ice
Complete thread -- Fort Lauderdale ice ____?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: The patient works for ____ as a driver. ...
Complete thread -- I hear on the basis of short pedicles (see link)
Complete thread -- There's no final date. They will start squeezing doctors who don't do
Complete thread -- I could hear peripherals if I wanted to, but I'm not sure what it would
Complete thread -- i am hearing peripherals. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- P.S. Wait for another opinion. I'm not sure "on the basis of short pedicles"
Complete thread -- "on the basis of short pedicles" is what I hear. Do you see your typo on
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- There is a congenial narrowing of the spinal canal on the ____. There ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- north.
Complete thread -- A 23-year-old woman who was travelling on University Boulevard ____ at ...
Complete thread -- some kind of post surgical drain
Complete thread -- the word wav is a mistake. i was just asking a general question.
Complete thread -- you have "wav" there - I'm confused. the wav doesn't match your question.
Complete thread -- when is final date for transfer to EHR? are some surgeries not going to?
Complete thread -- believe "graded" (IS in there), block pressure vest(from reading articles,
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "weighted _____, pressure vest"...When
Complete thread -- psychiatric patient. s/l graded frock
Complete thread -- ? Bariatric (surgery)
Complete thread -- my thought too. Thank you
Complete thread -- I'm just getting fistula ligation. little bit of stuttering in between.
Complete thread -- wav posted - note pt has AV fistula
Complete thread -- I will flag this. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I am thinking weight loss SM
Complete thread -- any indication of the reason for the placement?
Complete thread -- Sorry, hit enter too sson. SM
Complete thread -- Pain related to gastric s/l bipran placement
Complete thread -- stem ______ prepped
Complete thread -- I heard DDDR 60
Complete thread -- got it - ertapenem
Complete thread -- patient in ICU, sedated - list of meds:
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Phoxillum (generic:renal replacement solution)w/hear with dialysis patient
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing (I never figured out the workings of archives & don't use)
Complete thread -- here is a link to some common pacemaker abbreviations for you
Complete thread -- If yoyu slow down (to a crawl/warble) on your end & relisten prob can get it
Complete thread -- s/l DVDR= DDDR mode (can also google pacemaker modes
Complete thread -- ahhh sorry and
Complete thread -- yes, you got it sm
Complete thread -- D-stat maybe?
Complete thread -- _____ pacing mode DVDR60.
Complete thread -- Hemostatic material (*destat*) placed into the subcutaneous pocket for hemostasis.
Complete thread -- posting again
Complete thread -- will post after below
Complete thread -- ventriculoatrial block __________ ventricular apex had a
Complete thread -- Next, __________ program atrial stimulation was also performed.
Complete thread -- The fat was removed from the medial and lateral thigh and then the fla ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as a CNA by Oasis.
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: The patient is employed ____. ...
Complete thread -- thanks - was figuring that might be it, just stumbling.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It may be a street name
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- punctate
Complete thread -- 1) getting ready 2) onto Military
Complete thread -- She was a restrained driver of a 2002 Honda on Forest Hill, ____ ready ...
Complete thread -- CT of abdomen/pelvis shows some left ______ s/l puncting stones. Right kidney within
Complete thread -- Probably doesn't change much but maybe s/l ferritin *60 and 611*/nm
Complete thread -- Labs, iron 91, iron binding 216, ferritin (s/l) *16 611* (??) sm
Complete thread -- The Levaquin is treatment for glocucortoid rebound: "rebound Levaquin"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ? slurring Kronner uterine manipulator nm
Complete thread -- a heroin overdose
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: The mother passed away due to ____ overdose. Father, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think it's "in sales" but it could be "for himself." Too mushy for
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: No history of tobacco use. He uses alcoholic beverag ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- might be knee arthritis, but it's a little cut off at the "arthritis."
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: 1. Hypertension. 2. Gout. 3. ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Deviated septum surgery in 2000. Hypertension medication
Complete thread -- I don't hear your written text in the wav file. Did you send the wrong wav?
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: ____ surgery in 2000. MEDICATIONS: 1 ...
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: 1. Hypertension. 2. Gout. 3. ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- smokes THC. longshoreman.
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: The patient smokes ____. She uses alcoholic beverage ...
Complete thread -- disregard
Complete thread -- tube s/l sinis _____ coiled above the diaphragm.
Complete thread -- nasogastric tube s/l silinscalt above the diaphragm.
Complete thread -- Unless you know it's that specific brand, I'd keep doing what you were doing.
Complete thread -- And if anyone had cared, they would've let you know.
Complete thread -- been typing these reports for years, wound care patients :(
Complete thread -- never heard of it, but here's the trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- dontcha love it when you realize you have been typing something wrong for years?
Complete thread -- good deal!
Complete thread -- something about the cornu?
Complete thread -- how sad that it all came down to 1 person complaining. Seems like it would have been
Complete thread -- no, but thanks, really s/l cor/con yu matter/madder nm
Complete thread -- acorn cannula?
Complete thread -- ESL doc, s/l corn-U matter sm for context plse
Complete thread -- that's okay - I couldn't get #3, but between the two of us we got 'em
Complete thread -- 1. mismatch from high BPs
Complete thread -- can't get #1
Complete thread -- 2. Not on a statin 3. interaction with
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- further... I'm finding it more often as just R2, without the dash.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- R-2 (says R-dash-2)... see message
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "R dash 2
Complete thread -- you might have to repost. I think I accidentally deleted the mp3
Complete thread -- nm got this
Complete thread -- current
Complete thread -- monitors as well as _____ defibrillator pads in the anterior and posterio
Complete thread -- Direct ______ cardioversion of atrial flutter
Complete thread -- relisten too for hyponatremia.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- incidental?
Complete thread -- Thank you. :)
Complete thread -- My take...
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: _______ atelectatic changes demonstrated
Complete thread -- Can someone double check my commas? TIA
Complete thread -- oh!! SURPRISE!! LOL
Complete thread -- I think it is a nonmedical word I am looking for (just out of reach). sm pls
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- brooking ? (see Archives above for Brooke, brooked, brooking)
Complete thread -- OP do you mean proBNP (left out a letter maybe?
Complete thread -- rebound effect definition sm
Complete thread -- s/l brocking stitches may be slurring locking stitches
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- perfect!! thank you
Complete thread -- That does sound fun! Too bad about the humorless grouch, though.
Complete thread -- thrill? - fluid thrill test is a test for ascites
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Soft and distended with ascites. There is a s/l "fluid through".
Complete thread -- mesh?
Complete thread -- got it! ADAM
Complete thread -- Erectile dysfunction: His SHIM score is 19. s/l "Sladam" is negative.
Complete thread -- Reminds me of an ER account I had a long time ago. One of the physicians was good with
Complete thread -- was then matured with lateral *broking* stitches to mature the afferent limb.
Complete thread -- The bowel was protected with a *fish* apparatus and
Complete thread -- I think that is it! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- acini
Complete thread -- breast microcalcifications associated with benign s/l "ice-in-ee-eye"
Complete thread -- too cute!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- LOL thanks for sharing
Complete thread -- omg
Complete thread -- my singing doc is warming up LOL!
Complete thread -- #1 stridor, #2 -- sounds (can't get the other word)
Complete thread -- There was no _____ lymphadenopathy AND was no wheeze, rales or ______. Heart:
Complete thread -- thanks - when I googled, i got some kind of animal thing
Complete thread -- It's not Demadex
Complete thread -- But I'm not sure they'd put someone back on it if it caused that, lol.
Complete thread -- aldactone, testosterone patch, *demudex*, tramadol p.r.n.
Complete thread -- Also, see this link about Levaquin and possible rebound
Complete thread -- There's something called "rebound effect" or "rebound phenomenon." I wonder if the
Complete thread -- hee hee...wav
Complete thread -- Your wave isn't there.
Complete thread -- Plan was to admit, cardiac consultants, IV antibiotics, ultrasound *rebound* Levaquin
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: _______ atelectatic changes
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Extra bone was removed
Complete thread -- Cuts were deemed to be adequate. _______ were removed using
Complete thread -- maybe so on YOUR end, not on this end, weary of wavs being garbled & way too fast
Complete thread -- by slowing down the voice becomes too difficult to understand ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- removed the sizers. Helpful to slow down posted voice files,
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- We were able to achieve all this with 375 cc high profile silicone imp ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- "...and last postnatal recovery was unremarkable"?
Complete thread -- need help with difficult ESL doc. sm pls
Complete thread -- got it! "bone age"!
Complete thread -- s/l bone-aise (like mayonn"aise")
Complete thread -- skin
Complete thread -- Infect.Dis. consult: Urine culture shows 10,000 (s/l) *skene* colony /sm
Complete thread -- I would leave diminished breath sounds as is (JMO) may be thinking LUNGS, is still heart.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- can I copy that excuse? just kidding, I have none. I should know NEVER
Complete thread -- you know, i dont know why i said what i did below, since my 'shortcut' has a hyphen since
Complete thread -- I hear "volumetric and functional studies" but Lord, that hurts my head.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 6. I will also get _____ functional studies as well on this patient. ...
Complete thread -- no pleuritic chest pain.
Complete thread -- Respiratory: No cough. No dyspnea. No _____ ...
Complete thread -- Agree. That's the way I learned it many many years ago.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much, poi. :o))
Complete thread -- before and after noun
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 95
Complete thread -- nothing for blank #2 (just a poorly worded phrase)
Complete thread -- certainly
Complete thread -- always hyphenated...noun-adjective modifier
Complete thread -- He will receive a phone call regarding the results of these biopsies i ...
Complete thread -- with no lid lag?
Complete thread -- is "central" supposed to be consensual?
Complete thread -- agree, hyphen when it is used as an adjective.
Complete thread -- pain-free movement. Movement is pain free.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- G-tube after laryngeal cancer
Complete thread -- Eye Exam 2nd S/L
Complete thread -- Eye Exam
Complete thread -- how do I know if it's pain free or pain-free? Is this correct?
Complete thread -- sorry, i reposted
Complete thread -- wav does not appear to match text
Complete thread -- a 60-year-old gentleman with a history of Laennec’s cirrhosis status p ...
Complete thread -- I think I'd make a new sentence for dimished breath sounds.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- asthenic?
Complete thread -- Extremities *astenic*
Complete thread -- s/l "Caprin" and unsure of the meds "there" but Coperin might be right with his accent.
Complete thread -- wav is posted over, but how about "microscopic" or "micro"?
Complete thread -- you posted over an unanswered wav
Complete thread -- does anyone hear Coperin?
Complete thread -- medications include ___, Plaquenil, prednisolone, Nexium and Keflex.
Complete thread -- agree especially since the work is not acute hospital care & various dictators (harder)
Complete thread -- I was wondering the same thing... Sure that's what it was, but he didn't "try" to correct
Complete thread -- dipstick showed large blood _____ showed 15-30 red
Complete thread -- I wonder if he misspoke. I hear *both* pretty darn clearly (particularly because
Complete thread -- A small amount of induration remains involving the left epididymis ______.
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- adjoining
Complete thread -- He has adhesions ______ "joining"? the majority of the glans.
Complete thread -- counterforce
Complete thread -- *cat of 4* strap for iliotibial band syndrome.
Complete thread -- I charge .13 for 65 cpl for anything and everything in California. I would appreciate
Complete thread -- Just going line rate for any state(s). THANK YOU!! Looking for input
Complete thread -- Any specialty?
Complete thread -- I'm in Virginia and there's no going rate that I know of but
Complete thread -- I've never seen a line rate that high, so if that is what you're getting,
Complete thread -- Looking to see what going rate is per line for production on smg
Complete thread -- channel of the catheter ____
Complete thread -- static pull and then a *44* 5.0 mm screw was placed across both cortices
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- for what it's worth, my QA says to not cap.
Complete thread -- I'm too late... thimerosal and ? nm
Complete thread -- Have to move on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The catheter was then removed from the subarachnoid space and a purses ...
Complete thread -- The new catheter was ____ fascia and the insertion site with 2-0 silk ...
Complete thread -- The catheter was then removed from the subarachnoid space and a purses ...
Complete thread -- Patient is allergic to s/l therm-uh-sol and par-venz. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Following this, the incision site of the lumbar area that was leaking ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- did not heal well.
Complete thread -- He had to have the catheter revised because of subdural placement of t ...
Complete thread -- I do hear opiate
Complete thread -- spur?
Complete thread -- Intranasal endoscopy reveals a left nasoseptal s/l spare posteriorly. TIA!
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- he is admitted for?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- will post again after above thread. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- without hearing wav, I would use opioid pump
Complete thread -- The patient is having severe back pain unrelieved by intrathecal hydro ...
Complete thread -- again, old wav still there
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Intractable back pain, thoracic spine and pr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes, you have it correct
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- old wav file is still there
Complete thread -- The electrode was then connected to the MRI compatible pulse generator ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- there is a cut out of the dictation there, I don't hear anything there. I would flag it.
Complete thread -- Epidural space was entered and identified by loss of resistance ____ l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- at this level. note- rods AT T10
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopic control was used to identify the top of the internal fixa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rods
Complete thread -- The patient had an extensive lumbar fusion in the past which left him ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- MRI-compatible (spinal) cord stimulator.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Postlaminectomy syndrome with chronic back an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- keeping
Complete thread -- We then drilled with 8.5 acorn reamer to the edge of the wall and plac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- arthroscopy....removing the blood
Complete thread -- We turned our attention to the knee and performed an ____ debriding th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and fashioned them together to a
Complete thread -- We measured these and stripped them on the back table and put ____ gra ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Q is correct above. I thought it was a correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "lateral femoral condylar chondral lesion" (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ACL disruption AND medial meniscus tear
Complete thread -- chondral lesion
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right knee anterior cruciate ligament disrupti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a little bit of fat posteriorly...and it was again
Complete thread -- We then copiously irrigated with bacitracin and placed normal saline, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear - "the patient...Using a previous incision, I dissected"
Complete thread -- it looks like they're inconsistent in that wiki article
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating room and placed under general endot ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- early period, late followup, possibility of tardy ulnar nerve palsy
Complete thread -- She continued to have ulnar nerve symptoms and despite conservative ca ...
Complete thread -- oh brother. Join the world, newspapers. magazines, TV news, institute commoningly heard
Complete thread -- (link included above)
Complete thread -- Yes, I know. I've said that many times, from the beginning.
Complete thread -- Your link is to Wikipedia, which article has an included link for it not capped
Complete thread -- ? can you hear: necessitated us
Complete thread -- We are talking about a family name, not a genus name
Complete thread -- Yep, many style guides do. But we know that in MT, genus without species is not capped.
Complete thread -- Enterobacteriaceae is capped in this example sources, tho your preference
Complete thread -- CDC, Oxford Journals, Cleveland Clinic show it as "carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae
Complete thread -- Here's the thing. It would help us to know what he was talking about.
Complete thread -- glad for other opinions, I was going by U.S CDC Centers for Disease Control article sm
Complete thread -- thank you; nice catch.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- another analogy: vancomycin-resistant enterococcus (definitely not capped)
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Complete thread -- edentulous ? (wild *ss guess)
Complete thread -- Curious about opinions regarding capping Enterobacteriaceae when no other taxonomy
Complete thread -- 4 archives CRE=bacteria superbug infection(carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae sm
Complete thread -- Haha!! Thanks! Thank goodness spell check would have caught that! ...
Complete thread -- foci ? spelling: surveillance
Complete thread -- the patient had prostate cancer Gleason 6 *S/L two foe-si (long I) dia ...
Complete thread -- this is the full sentence
Complete thread -- last sentence of dictation and sentence before was the plan but nothing to do with this
Complete thread -- I was being sarcastic...like rude dude below, I just forgot to rhyme. I never was a poet
Complete thread -- Without knowing context, the first thing that came to mind was ubiquitous.
Complete thread -- Could we have full sentence as well as sentences before and after?
Complete thread -- last sentence of dictation...any ideas...Her daughter is e-bing-u-lus....nm
Complete thread -- this is a mumbler. I'm sure he means 100 mg/5 mL teaspoon, but getting flagged. thanks. nm
Complete thread -- well, cap'd only if it begins the sentence.
Complete thread -- uhhh...something ain't right there. mm per teaspoon?? 2 x6 is probably 2 today, then 6
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- otitis media in 2-year-old. Azithromycin "100 mm teaspoon, 2 x 6." tia nm
Complete thread -- now pronounce it for us!! lol
Complete thread -- This conversation is instituting me to frustration. I google up.
Complete thread -- I tried, can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Well, her dig level "set in motion" (for) us to hold her dig...sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- thanks for last
Complete thread -- LOL!!! love it!
Complete thread -- Every day lately, someone has to post rude/shmood crapola. I'm near ready to give up here
Complete thread -- yea, I don't hear anything else in there
Complete thread -- I just heard that med for the first time the other day, and boy did he mispronounce that.
Complete thread -- The past, the present, and the future walked into a bar.
Complete thread -- thanks for the correction - I wasn't sure I was spelling that right.
Complete thread -- Right on! Let's celebrate!
Complete thread -- why must you resort to name calling??
Complete thread -- found it! Myrbetriq
Complete thread -- We will give him a trial of s/l murbechik 25 mg for the incontinence.
Complete thread -- March 4 is National Grammar Day
Complete thread -- just so I am clear, nothing in the blank
Complete thread -- I think he says *shows uh, multiple uh"..multiple breaks in the skin
Complete thread -- Skin examination shows multiple ___ breaks in the skin that appear to ...
Complete thread -- wow some really strange ones on this board, immature!!!
Complete thread -- was teasing...obviously we all do. :)
Complete thread -- I prefer to remain
Complete thread -- I just used 'acetabularization.' He dictated it, so he gets it.
Complete thread -- gosh that *lization* word is making me crazy. Let me know if you figure it out.
Complete thread -- creatinine levels both urine and blood
Complete thread -- I got the last part!! ......and flat bone-on-bone contact.
Complete thread -- No. Not making this worse. Thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- perhaps.."flexion therefore to 40 degree"?
Complete thread -- who are you? :)
Complete thread -- that's actually what I hear - "acetabularization"
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you! (Although, for archives, I verify it spelled without the i.)
Complete thread -- sorry, I am probably just making this one worse. listened too many times now,
Complete thread -- "should add ______ to the lateral facet"
Complete thread -- No, only used in conjunction with shoulder.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. Could the other part be acetabularization?
Complete thread -- what made you think that I didn't know to whom "us" referred?
Complete thread -- 1. flexion of the foot to 40 degrees? (what I hear but...) prevent
Complete thread -- so rude!
Complete thread -- "us" means the medical staff planning the treatment. Who didya think ?????
Complete thread -- Thank you. Made note of that.
Complete thread -- Knee surgery. Thanks
Complete thread -- still doesn't work in context of "instituted US" ("us" does not fit as the direct object)
Complete thread -- enthesiophyte?
Complete thread -- olecranon bursitis
Complete thread -- now that i found a "better" definition... see my above post.
Complete thread -- Ok... SM (so, yes, it may just work)
Complete thread -- I agree, I do not think that word fits at all, but that is JMHO.
Complete thread -- poet...
Complete thread -- well, since it says Sofra-Tulle consists of a cotton leno-weave fabric (might be one thing
Complete thread -- Wound dressed with Sofra-Tulle gauze and a tensor bandage. sm
Complete thread -- It does fit, even if we don't like it. You could change the sentence
Complete thread -- careful, you might be construed as rude, dude.
Complete thread -- BUN and creatinine are part of the chemistries (not=urine)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- aw, you know. this page instituted us to commence us to launch it. :)
Complete thread -- I know what the word means, and I still say it doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- institute us? commence us? begin us? launch us? who talks like that?
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense, that's how they "talk"=institute=commence, begin, launch sm
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Avycaz (ceftazidime-avibactam)new antibacterial drug sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- doesn't seem like the right word choice to me (and I would spell out digoxin)
Complete thread -- does this make sense?: Her dig level "instituted" us to hold her dig for a week.
Complete thread -- I agree - MTs should protect/respect confidentiality of all clients, not just patients.
Complete thread -- coags are clean, (comma) urine as noted= (the BUN and creatinine)
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- fluid will settle? or "with"
Complete thread -- thank you so much k n l f d j!!!!
Complete thread -- is a normal cavity
Complete thread -- I have explained to her that this is normal ____ from the recent surgery and that ser
Complete thread -- ahh... i didnt even read that bottom paragraph.
Complete thread -- the correct spelling
Complete thread -- I didn't mention HIPAA, agree this is obviously not about a patient.
Complete thread -- hemorrhoidal what?
Complete thread -- hemorrhoidal
Complete thread -- (1) 108, 259; last night, 277, 139, and 114 ?
Complete thread -- I kinda heard the same - coags are clean and urine ?? but I didn't post it cuz it was HUH?
Complete thread -- 1. 108, 259, last night 277. 3. Coags are clean in urine noted? HUH?
Complete thread -- Not sure if HIPAA is there to protect everything in report or just medical, though. Plus,
Complete thread -- #2 Chem-7 and
Complete thread -- you're welcome. depending on how verbatim your account is,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- a few questions in labs
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- not Levemir. he appears to be reading some abbreviation for
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd say the period goes after "right" cuz "passively" goes with motion not palpation.
Complete thread -- brain fog this morning....see inside
Complete thread -- Advil, Ultram, and Levemir _________. She was seen by her
Complete thread -- I think I agree since the city and state were also named. That's a lot of personal info to
Complete thread -- disregard the "dollar" thing. sorry!
Complete thread -- and this is what we would use. They are approximately (SM)
Complete thread -- Bilateral knee pain.
Complete thread -- We have been very pleased with the Seri silk implants which was the mo ...
Complete thread -- post a new thread button not visible
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- trailed ?
Complete thread -- After this was done, the superior incision was made as well down throu ...
Complete thread -- make that all 3 posts (that I see so far).
Complete thread -- No offense, but I'm flagging both of these with clinic name for billybob to decide
Complete thread -- yw :)
Complete thread -- I did listen again after your post and I think you were hearing
Complete thread -- cool. now we know who has better "ears" here. ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the concern
Complete thread -- filled in the ....instead of being flat and the size is
Complete thread -- oh, doh, I see the $160,983 is from first part of post.
Complete thread -- Using a 4-0 clear nylon deep to the dermis, a retention suture was put ...
Complete thread -- I would use "zero" here (assuming that was actual word dictated), not 0.
Complete thread -- also, fwiw, it sounds kind of like Grady (vs. Greg) to me, but maybe poi knows more
Complete thread -- $100,170.47
Complete thread -- different value inside the post than outside
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- agree with poi, "book value"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- need to change 160,983 to 169,083 for
Complete thread -- hard for (somebody?) to defend this in court. Therefore, the real value is $485,212, which
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- for Greg to defend this in court. Therefore, the real book value is
Complete thread -- That amount was $160,983 and the only month it was dropped to $100,170 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Therefore, I feel my goodwill far outweighs the goodwill that has been
Complete thread -- This contribution had jumpstart the skin clinic. ____ I feel my ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- most talented cosmetic tattoo person in Austin and probably the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 experienced injector of fillers and the most talented
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- :-) ...
Complete thread -- wow, a rich Texan
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- As you remember, you would not have called me if I had not joined you.
Complete thread -- Also, I brought $100,000 skin practice to APSI clinic along with the b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Not sure on the blank, but look at last sentence again.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- for the sale of this building, as I did, which none of you would have received if not for
Complete thread -- I think I hear "narrow-based gait" but "normal" in front of that which doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- From my goodwill, each of you got a check for $560,000 or so. This bu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- put the APSI clinic in the black
Complete thread -- So, he has goodwill of 0 in 2014. He, Rickie, along with Stacey put t ...
Complete thread -- Did you figure out the gait? I tried and couldn't.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Maybe LLC (limited liability corporation), not LOC.
Complete thread -- I, my accountant, and my attorney reviewed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- I had been under the impression that both LOC contracts were ____ mark ...
Complete thread -- Listened again and you're correct. Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- I tried slowing him down, but still no luck. This is the very 1st note for him, too. :-(
Complete thread -- Both peripheral haptic and AC lens were found to be ____ iris and this ...
Complete thread -- Just guessing - Cerebellar: Intact finger-nose-finger ?
Complete thread -- Then, 1% preservative-free lidocaine was injected into the anterior ch ...
Complete thread -- MP3 - More neuro exam (I'm not too familiary with neuro)...
Complete thread -- Thank you! I will listen again with your suggestions in mind.
Complete thread -- Patient is appropriate to questions and follows commands
Complete thread -- 2. responds to questions and all commands?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- weeks seeing as I had to
Complete thread -- Help with neuro exam...mp3 uploaded. Thank you.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN OF CARE: We will keep him off of this for about 4 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bone
Complete thread -- He returned to clinic stating that he was having an increased pain and ...
Complete thread -- agree, tethered cord syndrome are a low-lying conus medullaris & thick filum terminale
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I then drilled our guide pin. I noticed that it was in a good position.
Complete thread -- This was approximately 7 mm anterior to the PCL and just posterior to ...
Complete thread -- Going to leave it as a generic since he very clearly says SecureStrap later
Complete thread -- well, he says SecureStrap later, so maybe he's just misspeaking.
Complete thread -- s/l secure tack. ventral hernia repair
Complete thread -- I couldnt find it anywhere on Google
Complete thread -- I also found the pyrrhosis spelling when I Googled, but will change to pyrosis. Thanks
Complete thread -- pyrosis.
Complete thread -- patient with GERD and pyrrhosis. Latter spelled out. My spell checker does not
Complete thread -- Just extend your mnemonic a little more. PrinciPAL is your PAL, and principLE is a ruLE.
Complete thread -- thickened. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- tethered cord syndrome s/l "siccum" filum terminale
Complete thread -- looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- moderate-plus....does this read ok?
Complete thread -- I've had dictators say leukocytes when they mean leukocyte esterase but I don't change it.
Complete thread -- isn't "leukocytes and white cells" redundant on a UA?
Complete thread -- !!! that makes me laugh at myself - thank you both!!
Complete thread -- I dunno why I've always had trouble with those - all I can remember
Complete thread -- 45 degrees
Complete thread -- principal - first or highest in rank, importance, value, etc.; chief; foremost
Complete thread -- No question - stumbled on new (for me) med "Gralise" (gabapentin).
Complete thread -- nevermind - looks like principal is the only one that can function as an adjective.
Complete thread -- it's gotta be 45, cuz I don't think you could distinguish b/w 4 and 5 degrees.
Complete thread -- cannot tell if doc is saying 45 or 4-5 degrees of abduction, sm plse
Complete thread -- principal or principle?
Complete thread -- that s/l looks so much like Klor-con, but that just doesn't fit. Got a better s/l?
Complete thread -- thanks everyone! Flagged for QA :)
Complete thread -- high pulmonary artery systolic pressure (PASP) indicates pulmonary htn
Complete thread -- WAG - cholestyramine??
Complete thread -- oooh, i think you're right!
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- yeah, I did get that too. Thanks for clarifying. Not convincing google (or goggle hehe)
Complete thread -- PSP I think. Thanks
Complete thread -- psd = pulmonary-systemic difference ???
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- sounds like PST or PSD
Complete thread -- bet that was it.
Complete thread -- see this link- (like i said, i think it is slangy)
Complete thread -- sorry - you're right, but when I typed it in, "bomb" was a suggestion after typing Colace
Complete thread -- it doesn't google (or goggle) well for me... a handful of hits, nothing convincing.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Maybe Q-tip test (for stenosis) in there somewhere. Relisten for missing words
Complete thread -- it does? goggle well? what am I missing? what is it?
Complete thread -- expressed-prostatic secretion (EPS)
Complete thread -- The fluid under the microscope, the *E P S*, does show a few white cells.
Complete thread -- It googles well - but did make me giggle - I'm sure it could act like a bomb going off.
Complete thread -- why was that rude? lately everthing is construed as rude. (hey, that rhymes)
Complete thread -- COLACE BOMB
Complete thread -- He takes *Chlorican* for his irritable bowel. He takes CoQ10. He takes fish oil.
Complete thread -- how rude
Complete thread -- could it be bulbar?
Complete thread -- I'm sure you would have caught it when proofing...just saved you the trouble
Complete thread -- I am seeing Osseoflex and Avaflex for vertebroplasty
Complete thread -- me too...I was thinking about the EX-PRESS® shunt for glaucoma
Complete thread -- access?
Complete thread -- Pretty sure widely is correct. Now just the "Q" urethra...
Complete thread -- I think I found chordee! Still need help with 2 others...
Complete thread -- I thought I had heard of an Xpress or something like that. Cannot find it.
Complete thread -- by golly I did! Thanks. That looks a little bad.
Complete thread -- note-you typed into the junction of the pedicle twice
Complete thread -- New uro - help please :)
Complete thread -- L1 and T11 vertebral augmentation - blanks s/l express needle
Complete thread -- thanks for helping me get unconflusi conflusi
Complete thread -- Yes, she is. I am the first just saying poster from below.
Complete thread -- I'm not following this at all - oops what? misread what? what "text listed"?
Complete thread -- I'm conflusi too, esp. since there is an "nm" who often posts in wrong place.
Complete thread -- no initial cap
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- Varenicline (Chantix)
Complete thread -- varenicline
Complete thread -- s/l vir-ena-quine for smoking cessation
Complete thread -- are you a different "just saying" then the "just saying below"?
Complete thread -- oops, I misread, I thought this went to another thread. Agree "NOT" sm
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, assessing(she is judging the weight to enable ambulation,
Complete thread -- I believe point is "channel flow" (vessel/artery) blood flow can be neg or positive
Complete thread -- shifting the weight?
Complete thread -- vessel and nerve damage?
Complete thread -- ...would NOT indicate thrombosis
Complete thread -- channel flow is present (channel=the artery blood flow
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?turbulent flow
Complete thread -- maybe it's testing
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- collateral?
Complete thread -- how about "pocket" accommodation? (it gets a few google hits)
Complete thread -- ankle
Complete thread -- assessing doesn't seem like the right word to me, but can't think of what would fit there
Complete thread -- where is the nerve block directed
Complete thread -- The left great saphenous vein is not enlarged. s/l Channel flow is present near
Complete thread -- agree with divide
Complete thread -- I think it does
Complete thread -- divide ?
Complete thread -- s/l coe-low sm plse
Complete thread -- Will _______ Zyprexa to 2.5 mg b.i.d.
Complete thread -- Orthotics have a s/l "bucket" accommodation for tibial sesamoid.
Complete thread -- does this make sense??
Complete thread -- ? you sure that's not "combination treatment"?
Complete thread -- PRO Estrogen Metabolizer for Estrogen Dominance
Complete thread -- s/l pro estrogen supplement.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd go verbatim, no decimals.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Leaving as is. nm
Complete thread -- he just dicitates the number 606, also says hydromorphone "1228". sm
Complete thread -- duh ... link
Complete thread -- (see link) according to the results on link, i'd say 606 no decimals.
Complete thread -- I would think decimals or else it should be mcg
Complete thread -- i hear the "oxine" but wasn't 100% sure
Complete thread -- quantitative study (tox screen) showed oxymorphone of "606?" correct or decimals. nm
Complete thread -- Extremities without clubbing, cyanosis or
Complete thread -- I think I hear pyridoxine.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yep, me too.
Complete thread -- _______ cyanosis or edema. I hear "nondistended" after nontender
Complete thread -- sclerae anicteric (2 eyes)
Complete thread -- No clubbing, cyanosis, or edema. (can't hear if he says extremities before that for a
Complete thread -- Casodex, Plavix 75 mg a day, (cant get the 2nd blank
Complete thread -- Soft, nontender, normoactive bowel sounds. ________ edema. There is poor skin turgo
Complete thread -- Meds ?s
Complete thread -- yes, that's it
Complete thread -- PSVT maybe?
Complete thread -- , dyslipidemia, *P S E T*, weakness. He had recently
Complete thread -- 2 g salt, 1800 CALORIE, ADA, low-cholesterol diet
Complete thread -- no, he said COPD with obesity hypoventilation.
Complete thread -- got this: endovascular stent, COPD exacerbation, hypoventilation,
Complete thread -- got it: facility on 2 g salt, 1800 ADA low cholesterol
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- endovascular stent, COPD _______, hypoventilation,
Complete thread -- rehab facility on 2 g solid ______ ADA low cholesterol diet
Complete thread -- Calan SR
Complete thread -- telling another girl that (that) girl loved him (what it sounds like to me)
Complete thread -- Protonix 40 once a day, *K L N S R* 350 mg once a day.
Complete thread -- abdominal aortic aneurysm status post endovascular stent
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- past history of abdominal ________ endovascular stent,
Complete thread -- open subpectoral biceps tenodesis
Complete thread -- I also hear him saying "hepatic cephalopathy"...and dictionary
Complete thread -- and plan for ?
Complete thread -- to monitor her fluid status _____ ascites and also hepatic encephalopathy
Complete thread -- extensor surface
Complete thread -- pitting nails consistent with psoriasis and plaques on ____ surface of her right arm.
Complete thread -- traction what? - does not matter in this context
Complete thread -- ahhhhh, ok that makes sense... Thank you nm!!!!
Complete thread -- says quote - i.e. on his "therapy compassionate"
Complete thread -- week eight on his ___ therapy compassionate treatment from AbbVie and ribavirin
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- loose enough so I
Complete thread -- I did not repair it as she had some tightness here from before and wit ...
Complete thread -- I think #3 was leafy...just can't verify
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- abrading the
Complete thread -- Once we debrided this, we used electrocautery to minimize any bleeding ...
Complete thread -- It sure doesn't make me any *more* likely to answer because that's there.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. hanging in our face from the ?? 2. where our previous repair was,
Complete thread -- hanging in the space...that where the previous...
Complete thread -- Upon entering into this joint, which we confirmed fluoroscopically and ...
Complete thread -- look at the following thread. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- post and protected the general area here?? (traction on what?)
Complete thread -- We then released the traction and prepped and draped in normal standar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on a board...with trial traction
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She had fallen sometime after the repair
Complete thread -- The patient is a 57-year-old female who had a labral repair some time ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I wish there was a bell you could hit that I could hear, otherwise I just have to
Complete thread -- Huber? Just curious, do you think we can hear your "anybody" haha
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- A 24-gauge modified ____ needle was used to penetrate through the acce ...
Complete thread -- Anytime.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Circulating nurse?
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- Then, a #10 blade was used to create a transverse upper buttock incisi ...
Complete thread -- all I could get was Matt.
Complete thread -- Help with doctor name, Doc is in Sydney AUS
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- involving the flexor tendons
Complete thread -- another mp3 help. right middle finger release. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both helpers. I will go with "distended".
Complete thread -- We distended the joint with lactated.....
Complete thread -- extended the joint with?
Complete thread -- mp3 help. arthroscopy of the knee. pls sm.
Complete thread -- sounds google, but does it feel google enough?
Complete thread -- neoprene might be capitalized too, but not sure. don't have time to research
Complete thread -- ahhh...see
Complete thread -- might have left out a word? fimbriated END and excised
Complete thread -- as long as we are all laughing, it's all good :)
Complete thread -- eosinophilic forms (cells)
Complete thread -- yeah, I know how that googles...me too
Complete thread -- haha....sometimes my fingers just do what they want.
Complete thread -- Blood smears examined because of eosinophilia with no aberrant "e-o-silic" forms. nm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- it sounds google to you, poi?
Complete thread -- Google it.
Complete thread -- Vi-Drapes
Complete thread -- s/l vie drapes
Complete thread -- J-Brace or J brace??
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense...
Complete thread -- nice lb, I missed that.
Complete thread -- no comma after first as. Sounds google (to me), they lowered intraabdominal pressure,
Complete thread -- and documented *under lowering* pressure as well. Then, suprapubic port was changed
Complete thread -- Fluff to Q and poi
Complete thread -- Yes, I have, but never "eighth"
Complete thread -- I hear sterile water (10 mL sterile water)
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- THANKS
Complete thread -- napsin
Complete thread -- in a balloon Foley catheter
Complete thread -- Then 10 mL of water placed _______ Foley catheter.
Complete thread -- s/l napson or matson ?
Complete thread -- Then 10 mL of *water placed on balloon* with Foley catheter.
Complete thread -- Maybe not, but I'm sure you've heard Marcaine half percent, which, hopefully, you
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- comma after "finger" because the rest is a complete sentence/phrase...
Complete thread -- Does this read okay without comma?
Complete thread -- Fluff to ignoring
Complete thread -- Q I think you are being selective, ignoring the other bad stuff.
Complete thread -- thanks "ah" for the tip, appreciate it
Complete thread -- fwiw, I don't think ever I have either - usually half or quarter percent
Complete thread -- Fluff - Thanks for doing that experiment.
Complete thread -- google epistat epistaxis
Complete thread -- She is in the ICU and developed epistaxis. An s/l Epistat medium was placed.
Complete thread -- I just re-read my OP and that was the whole thing - "i never heard it said that way"
Complete thread -- I realize that, but I had never ever heard of it said as "one eighth" ...no snark taken.
Complete thread -- I didnt mean my comment to be rude, just repeating the "geeze" as the poster above said.
Complete thread -- yes, I'm right. If you leave the subject line blank and type only in ...
Complete thread -- This comment is also rudely worded. Rudeness works both ways.
Complete thread -- I think more likely Guy is typing nothing in the subject line and only ...
Complete thread -- I dunno about the mat, but "on the floor" in my hospital means on the unit/ward not the
Complete thread -- for future reference to lb (and anyone who is mathematically impaired)
Complete thread -- first of all, i didn't KNOW it was 0.125% - second of all, GEEEZE yourself. thanks for
Complete thread -- after relistening, I don't think that is right, pls disregard
Complete thread -- I hear she is up to date on her blood work
Complete thread -- She _____ regular blood work
Complete thread -- a passion fruit or an apple-cranberry tea
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Only part I can get is She drinks ______ and apple cranberry tea.
Complete thread -- She drinks no coffee or soda. She drinks ____ cranberry tea. She dri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ditto, "types"
Complete thread -- he drinks several packs/cups of tea. Fits between coffee and Coke. "Packs" for tea bags?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "He drinks several types of tea."
Complete thread -- i am hearing, "he *drinks/eats* several packs of *tea/cheese*." ...
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- His fruits are apples and bananas. He drinks 3 to 4 bottles of water ...
Complete thread -- thanks but I listened for that and can't hear it
Complete thread -- thanks but that's what I hear every time
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is an A to P (as you suggest) meaning the direction of
Complete thread -- The fracture was opened and cleaned of fracture debris. There was a b ...
Complete thread -- actually that is how I always handle it too, & slow down to a crawl does it too sm
Complete thread -- fluorouracil?
Complete thread -- I don't know, with me it seems to be just brain farts, lol. If I come
Complete thread -- Archives also show mention of 0.125% Marcaine usage (see link)
Complete thread -- see if you can relisten and get a better/different s/l
Complete thread -- commenting on coding site (I'm very familiar)
Complete thread -- He has a basal cell carcinoma on his nose and will require s/l thorasorasis
Complete thread -- Often, not hearing it, is due to not familiar (never heard it before).
Complete thread -- This comment is rudely worded. I've reported it as abusive. I hope BB deletes it.
Complete thread -- Actually, I think it is an acronym PAULA test (see link)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Paula test
Complete thread -- The patient is given a handout on the s/l pal-uh test for lung cancer screening. TIA!
Complete thread -- You could have googled bupivacaine 0.125%
Complete thread -- So many things are "clear as a bell" but in reality, it is us, the MT, who just isn't
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- Here is a coding question which includes a section of the
Complete thread -- Bingo. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Found old report. It's Tudorza. Phew. nm
Complete thread -- Tudorza
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to have to blank it. Clear as a bell...
Complete thread -- s/l Q-dosa ?? Only inhalar with a "Q" is Qvar.sm
Complete thread -- The patient uses inhalers s/l Q-dosa and Advair.
Complete thread -- I ended up sending a blank. New acct, no samples. thanks, tho
Complete thread -- Since 1/4% would be 0.25%, 1/8% would be 0.125%
Complete thread -- I think you would put it as 0.125%
Complete thread -- Dictated: I did a lumbar epidural with 5 mL of "1/8%" Marcaine and 80 mg of
Complete thread -- P.S. I think, but am not sure, that phyllodes tumors can arise
Complete thread -- just based on your s/l, maybe stable phyllodes (tumor)
Complete thread -- very heavy accent ESL
Complete thread -- good point :)
Complete thread -- hospital "having" patient sleep on mat, or allowing it?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I think "drawings" may be dictator term for using
Complete thread -- pure guess s/l yes see might be Tietze syndrome
Complete thread -- boot scootin boogie?
Complete thread -- yep, me too
Complete thread -- being he is sleeping on mat on the floor, I think he means actually scooting, like crawlin
Complete thread -- Thanks for the thoughts. I had to send on rather quickly.
Complete thread -- maybe meaning scooter (like wheelchair sort of thing?
Complete thread -- The ImPACT Test is:concussion evaluation and management process.
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Toujeo hormone insulin type 1 and 2 diabetes mellitus
Complete thread -- s/l ox or OCK might be ? Optokinetic or OCT Optical Coherence Tomography
Complete thread -- Must have some sort of trouble and maybe they dont want him falling out of bed?
Complete thread -- adult
Complete thread -- How old? "Scooting" seems to suggest young.
Complete thread -- I have never heard of a hospital having patient sleep on a mat on the floor
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, sending on
Complete thread -- sounds like ox or ock
Complete thread -- that's what I thought and makes sense, but i am hearing ink style!
Complete thread -- mediastinal?
Complete thread -- s/l ink style . . .
Complete thread -- Is he southern? Sounds like a budding country singer. ;)
Complete thread -- foot and ankle pain
Complete thread -- re-posted singing doc as MP3. Being it now saturday and MP3, maybe Mandy will get to
Complete thread -- dont know if you will see this post, but re-posted as MP3 being it is saturday maybe it
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- many crypts
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: Tonsils were enlarged with ____ and tonsil stones ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Is it "Drawings" had been made prior to the patient being put to sleep . . ."
Complete thread -- Under good general anesthetic, the patient was prepped and draped in u ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and give it somewhat of a ridge. gathered to give more of an
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- A 3-0 nylon was placed under the dermis of the outer circle and then g ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He changes his mind
Complete thread -- The patient had his left leg placed in a well-padded leg holder starti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ill effects from
Complete thread -- She mentioned that the adverse reaction was, “I was out of my mind.” ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with getting this prescription filled
Complete thread -- aunt with cerebral palsy, Hirschsprung disease, and s/l yes-see syndrome. TIA!
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- At that time, the patient was unsure whether she had previously advers ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I like that.
Complete thread -- i am hearing "assist in this." ...
Complete thread -- Not sure. Could he be saying "loosen this. The swivel"? Don't use if you can't hear it.
Complete thread -- Cottle elevator was used to elevate up the septal mucosa on both sides ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 a rib #2 crookedness, but that we would #3 correction "improve the breathing" (not
Complete thread -- A 1 mm caudal and 1 mm dorsal strut of septum was left in place. We e ...
Complete thread -- Ah.
Complete thread -- yeah. But it is client spec. we put it like that. ...
Complete thread -- correction...it s/b purse-string suture....see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- correction...I think he's saying....This left absence (not abscess)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 bring the middle #2 in the assumption that it would flatten out over time. It
Complete thread -- for #2 i am hearing "closed up with excess protuberance in the ass ...
Complete thread -- sent to pathology. This left abscess of the nipple in the midline whi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No hyphen....perinipple....see link
Complete thread -- a peri-nipple incision....not sure whether hyphen is necessary. I'll go check.
Complete thread -- The patient had a large tumor mass that significantly enlarged and so ...
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Guy, are you typing "Thanks a lot" on both the subject line and in the message box? If so,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Could it be "to try to align along the...."?
Complete thread -- I *think* I hear "to try ?and (or ?to) overlie"
Complete thread -- i am hearing nasolabial fold ____ realign _____ along the lines of ...
Complete thread -- Marcaine with epinephrine was injected. A #15 blade scalpel was used ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "in entirety down to the muscle. We had"
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- A #15 blade was used to radically excise pyogenic granuloma which exte ...
Complete thread -- I believe there is missing text, does not read right, specifically this sentence sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He's saying something like "The patient, indeed, did have
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Foreign body of right index and separation an ...
Complete thread -- What is the postop diagnosis?
Complete thread -- Give me a second.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Under general anesthesia, the patient was prepped and draped in a ster ...
Complete thread -- ? secretions
Complete thread -- Will you put your wave up again, I'm dying to hear it!
Complete thread -- right, since it is used as an adjective, a 3-pound weight...
Complete thread -- Great thanks.
Complete thread -- with the hyphen...see link BoS quoted in archives (I believe it is BoS2)
Complete thread -- 3-pound or 3 pound?
Complete thread -- you're not going to satisfy our curiosity? LOL
Complete thread -- he is such a nut LOL
Complete thread -- LOL! That's great!
Complete thread -- thought I would share my singing doctor again haha!!! :)
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- A **-year-old s/l actress smoking female
Complete thread -- Questyr=Q (my nickname) I use Questyr once each thread for easy followup in archives
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- Might be "Gore-Tex posterior leaflet St Jude Tailor ring"
Complete thread -- Part of the answer is St Jude Tailor ring (I think the word 'and'=St) see link
Complete thread -- It was field. I found confirmation. Thanks
Complete thread -- clubfoot deformity
Complete thread -- sounds like field or fetal?
Complete thread -- Mitral Valve Repair...ESL
Complete thread -- thanks everyone for trying!
Complete thread -- Good going! For the archives...the procedure is
Complete thread -- I see that her ____ results are borderline elevated. that word kinda blanks out there.
Complete thread -- What I hear.. cysts, so we will start by saying that ? borderline elevation. She has ..
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it, paper shuffle blocks sound
Complete thread -- ah haha. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l 'rigotomies'.. may be rigottomies or needle scar release. sm& link
Complete thread -- I see that her ___ are borderline elevated. She has a singular elevation of gamma-G
Complete thread -- Thanks but i had already tried that.
Complete thread -- smsg
Complete thread -- oxycodone q.4 hours p.r.n (sounds like dose) but? might flag sm & link
Complete thread -- try putting "*gotomy" in the OneLook box above for possibilities - maybe you'll find one
Complete thread -- What is/are the name(s) of the procedure(s) being done?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l un sain might be uncinate (process in the spinal canal sm link...
Complete thread -- yes cervical spine-ty
Complete thread -- This link will show you what it looks like (letter C)
Complete thread -- cannot hear the whole word, just the ending and that's all VR put also psm
Complete thread -- googling "interior height loss" got zero hits, "anterior height loss" got 44,000 (see link
Complete thread -- uncinate...BTW you mentions x-rays LS...did you mean CS?
Complete thread -- hum? Was thinking interior height loss
Complete thread -- X-rays LS
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is some anterior height loss
Complete thread -- got it..chyme
Complete thread -- s/l...kime or bowel reflux..nm...any suggestions
Complete thread -- If she has increased *tree gans*, we can put her on trans scopolamine patch
Complete thread -- lumbar x-rays
Complete thread -- nevermind-pretty sure it just centeralized
Complete thread -- pain in tailbone
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- do not operate a pain clinic?
Complete thread -- s/l baraid
Complete thread -- and steroid, found
Complete thread -- got it. anybody for #1 blank in below thread pls? ...
Complete thread -- This is a 48-year-old Caucasian male who with a broken nose at _____ A ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- (2) lives
Complete thread -- This is a 75-year-old Caucasian male with recent ear infection, treate ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- he says "Bragard's" but some clients don't want the apostrophe 's' .
Complete thread -- Orthopedic testing revealed positive bilateral leg raising test produc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- s/l clor-to-lead-oh-mid 25 mg daily. TIA!
Complete thread -- was produced during true flexion, sacral hip angle,
Complete thread -- Reflexes bilaterally in the Achilles were graded at +2. Lower back pa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #3 Soto-Hall
Complete thread -- #3. Soto-Hall
Complete thread -- #1 producing
Complete thread -- 1. producing 2shoulder top pain
Complete thread -- Orthopedic testing revealed positive right shoulder depression ____ ri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- as a tingling, a sharpness, a crampiness. Her pain is worse etc
Complete thread -- :-) ...
Complete thread -- She describes her pain as tingling, a sharpness, a ____ ...
Complete thread -- I said the short leg cast was "similar," not the same. At any rate,
Complete thread -- I kept hearing "to fill out today's hens" ... :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to fill out today's forms
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- She has neck pain tightness which she rates at 5. It is experienced d ...
Complete thread -- there is some fuzzy sound there..all I *hear* is *or*, but I imagine there is some
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- worse (meaning even worse yet
Complete thread -- She said it is best when lying on her back, and worse while standing o ...
Complete thread -- it sounded a bit different to me. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- filum
Complete thread -- Mild discogenic spondylosis, L5-S1. Fatty ____ terminale. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- neural foramina ....encroachment of the exiting and transiting nerve roots
Complete thread -- encroachment of the exiting and transiting (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- correction - s/b neural foramina
Complete thread -- At L5-S1, a 3.5 mm broad-based central disc protrusion effaces the the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
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Complete thread -- not avail
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Complete thread -- He prescribed Vicodin and physical therapy. She said she received phy ...
Complete thread -- O, I see poi responded.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Give me a second.
Complete thread -- one
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- You're close, but you don't take it all the way. In your example
Complete thread -- She said that no x-rays were taken. She was prescribed ____ medicatio ...
Complete thread -- "Lever arm" is the noun. "Lever" is not the noun.
Complete thread -- I believe this thread was a continuation from the thread below, and it was a left shoulder
Complete thread -- It is true that lever is a noun, but nouns can be used as
Complete thread -- I just hope it is a left shoulder :)
Complete thread -- Disagree. "Lever arm" is a two-word noun.
Complete thread -- I do hear LEFT lateral portal,, i.e. subacromial space entered through the LEFT lateral l.
Complete thread -- Okay. Your ears are usually better than mine.
Complete thread -- I think he stumbles over *the*
Complete thread -- typo through (not throught)
Complete thread -- I relistened and hear "The subacromial space was entered throught the left (then a slight
Complete thread -- I don't hear "left"....
Complete thread -- BTW think it s/b short-lever arm as a compound modifier.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The subacromial space was entered through the left lateral portal (period)
Complete thread -- Our attention was turned to the subacromial space. ____ lateral porta ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think he is slopping around a LOT but saying adhesive capsulitis.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Measurements were above.
Complete thread -- But the earlier wav is gone now, isn't it? So we can't listen to
Complete thread -- Sounds something like..."Measurements were above.
Complete thread -- Once this was done, with a short lever arm, we manipulated the left sh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. I am hearing "___ sinusitis, left shoulder& ...
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Can you make it a longer WAV?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Capsulitis, left shoulder. POSTOPERA ...
Complete thread -- Plus or minus or plus/minus should be spelled out in full and not expressed as +/-
Complete thread -- I think stumble/change mind. Anatomic variants & variation is SAME meaning
Complete thread -- by chanch, is eye exam? might be scleral spur test. SM & link
Complete thread -- From reading, it does, but best to flag when things/numbers not certain
Complete thread -- I have a feeling (from various reads) straight MT might be coming back
Complete thread -- may be meaning Dr. Smith 3rd request to assist in delivery cone head on breech
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, she is one with the degree, I might add
Complete thread -- s/l escharded I think slurring ......ruptured quadriceps tendon nm
Complete thread -- yes, A small patch/patches of deserosalized bowel sm & link
Complete thread -- or "subsequent to this that she"...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Nice, agree with taking the comma out from between "that that"
Complete thread -- :) thank you for your input! :)
Complete thread -- If you can't stop and make separate sentences due to verbatim, I would suggest...
Complete thread -- Cool beans. I can't think of anything else, seems pretty good what you've got.
Complete thread -- long sentence - is comma placement ok here?
Complete thread -- that should be "company" not copy :)
Complete thread -- and copy is straight-typing, no VR :)
Complete thread -- check and check... :) new system imported my autocorrects, though I use mostly InstantText
Complete thread -- I *see* the point you are making. I would use whichever the doc dictates. Swim was great!
Complete thread -- And speaking of shortcuts/expansions, the ability to add them on the fly
Complete thread -- Percocet p.r.n.,
Complete thread -- thought there was something else there...glad you got it
Complete thread -- got it with your help
Complete thread -- Current medications include baclofen, Keppra, lisinopril, OxyContin p. ...
Complete thread -- transferred?
Complete thread -- an L4 compression fracture when she bent over to pick something up abo ...
Complete thread -- here she goes again...
Complete thread -- Also, depending on if you've been using them already or not,
Complete thread -- Oh, I am leaving it. Just thought it sounded goofy is all.
Complete thread -- actually, i'd not even question it...i'd just type what i heard.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if you mean a VR system or what, but one of the main things I've noticed
Complete thread -- No question, just babbling, in one of those moods where the stupid is hurting.
Complete thread -- only single digit requires apostrophe
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- haha! we are getting a new system and they are wanting ideas on functions we would like
Complete thread -- read my mind?
Complete thread -- In your description, how is an axial obtained? what would be at right angle
Complete thread -- leg caddy?
Complete thread -- s/l mid caddy
Complete thread -- Norco 10's per day or Norco 10s per day??
Complete thread -- Further findings...making my recommendation to flag if can't determine which was heard
Complete thread -- if you could choose any features to have in a new MT system, what would you want the
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sounds okay - see link
Complete thread -- minor ulnar digital *clawing*, however, these major
Complete thread -- It appears an axial view of the shoulder is obtained by performing
Complete thread -- ahhh..good point. I did misread question. In radiology, that
Complete thread -- I enjoy discussions....but note that you may be misreading
Complete thread -- so noun noun (axilla view) or adjective noun (axillary view)?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I did confirm that 'axial view' of shoulder term is used in U.S. (not
Complete thread -- From google imaging examples an axial view is an axillary view.
Complete thread -- There is an axial view of shoulder (see link from this Radiology Masterclass, scroll
Complete thread -- 70%+
Complete thread -- Yes, that is probably it. He is ESL. Thanks!
Complete thread -- patent?
Complete thread -- patent?
Complete thread -- going with hyphens
Complete thread -- "Pitton" gastrojejunal anastomosis.
Complete thread -- I would say so, yes.
Complete thread -- views of what? If shoulder, axillary. AP, lateral, axillary (3 views)
Complete thread -- hemorrhoid banding at 11, 4, 7 and 11 o'clock (aren't 11 and 11 redundant?)
Complete thread -- thinking axial in both
Complete thread -- can't tell if doc saying axial or axillary -thoughts?
Complete thread -- 70-plus-percent improvement
Complete thread -- or "thee serosals?
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- on a 1-month-old child's ECG s/l QTc "416" sm plse
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- What I hear is "deserosals"....but I've not heard that term used before.
Complete thread -- additional obstructing bands, _______ or injury.
Complete thread -- To support what OP wrote "Research shows that "his complying" etc
Complete thread -- Here's my second WAG: a sharded (as in broken up into pieces).
Complete thread -- a shortened
Complete thread -- Palpating it there appears to be again *s/l escharded* quadriceps tendon appreci
Complete thread -- Research shows that "his complying" would be correct.
Complete thread -- A Maisonneuve only involves 1 malleolus, usually medial.
Complete thread -- breech delivery - please see msg.
Complete thread -- Who knows, he is 67 years old. I used it with a flag as that is what I heard too.
Complete thread -- could it be he does occupational heating and air conditioning?
Complete thread -- agree, two different types of fractures
Complete thread -- name of procedure?
Complete thread -- 'Maisonneuve fracture' A trimalleolar fracture
Complete thread -- thanks 7.
Complete thread -- I would question the trimalleolar. That doesn't seem to fit the Maisonneuve
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "heating/air conditioning" (?)
Complete thread -- The patient quit drinking at age 21. Has some occasional _________.
Complete thread -- Maisonneuve
Complete thread -- minimally displaced trimalleolar s/l masanufe-type fracture with a small posterior
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- categorically not able.
Complete thread -- pat with shoulder pain-PLAN
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- complement
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Complete thread -- penopubic angle, normal *compliment* to penile skin, and a normal-
Complete thread -- Chordee, paucity of ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l cord e paucity
Complete thread -- papaverine?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just *past* the PIP
Complete thread -- s/l propanolin
Complete thread -- Please verify the correct possessive form in the following (see message)
Complete thread -- sounds like Moses Darden.
Complete thread -- vessel nicely that *inter mullet* clean of debris
Complete thread -- had a very nice *spur* test where we cut
Complete thread -- good shape with no *intimal damage on cutback* and no signs of
Complete thread -- pruning maybe ?
Complete thread -- His job duties included picking grapes in the fields, loading and push ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Not sure of the blank, but I'm seeing Mitchell & Shea in San Diego.
Complete thread -- the prior *tagging* of the fascia was reapproximated
Complete thread -- Attorney: _____ *Michelle & Shay* ...
Complete thread -- Medications are related to allergies and asthma and include Allegra, a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- chipped ? comma needed before "whereupon"
Complete thread -- camera. A pin was placed next to the guidewire and then skin and subc ...
Complete thread -- the effect of liver disease ? the factor of liver disease? (wagging)
Complete thread -- oh, never mind, see it's a "she," so not hearing that anymore.
Complete thread -- the fact he had liver disease ?
Complete thread -- does anyone hear maybe "safety and liver disease"?
Complete thread -- does anyone hear maybe "safety and liver disease"?
Complete thread -- :-) ...
Complete thread -- fluff....see link
Complete thread -- #1 (can't get it) #2 I hear "if you require."
Complete thread -- you are way beyond my league. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- would be happy to liaise with you about the___ liver disease _____.
Complete thread -- He literally says "variation anatomic variant"....but I can't
Complete thread -- Medial gutter: Intact meniscus, stable to probing. Anterior border o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- oh. okay. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- But I did confirm spearfisherman at Dictionary.com as one word.
Complete thread -- BTW...never use company names to confirm general word
Complete thread -- It is possible that the patient is both a doctor and a spearfisherman (as a hobby).
Complete thread -- two words i guess. One word for a company of that name. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he is saying "Dr." ___(patient name) is a pleasa ...
Complete thread -- And if so, confirm whether one word or two.
Complete thread -- Is he saying "spear fisherman"?
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE IN BRIEF: Dr. ___(patient name) is a pleasa ...
Complete thread -- to joint care
Complete thread -- Michael was keen for me ____ with her, so with your permission, I will see her every
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient's high activity level (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- The patient ____ became associated with pain. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I wish I could post a wav but since it is in dss format, ...
Complete thread -- Could it be "slight tightening"? The thread below this one
Complete thread -- The patient also had a correction of the slight *frightening* of the s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot Q. I think this is it! Procedure: Bilateral otopl ...
Complete thread -- I find something called an otoabrader....since not accompanied
Complete thread -- What is the name of the operation? (It helps when researching equipment)
Complete thread -- Once this was reached, the *ulto abrader* was utilized to scrape the p ...
Complete thread -- sorry, anyone can get this
Complete thread -- going to check back in the morning if anything can get this - thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Mainly what he had was a
Complete thread -- The right rotator cuff looked good. Labrum looked good, superior, a l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort ladies. ...
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Complete thread -- standard site and??
Complete thread -- me either.
Complete thread -- Again, I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- Procedure: Posterior Bankart repair and labral repair, and limited de ...
Complete thread -- What is given as the title of the operation?
Complete thread -- Then, a standard ____ arthroscopy was performed. First, posterior por ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Good one!
Complete thread -- I think it is just tip fullness
Complete thread -- don't know what tibia and fibula is doing in there
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 4 moles
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rhytides of the upper and lower lid, fullness ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- when it was completed
Complete thread -- Sry, I can't get it except I think I hear 'complete' not 'completed'
Complete thread -- There were some small elements anterior along the left side and then o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think you're close...but I think it's "around AND through"
Complete thread -- s/b through (not to) in both places
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- i am hearing "and then tied around through the muscle element of t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Procedure: Fat injection to the cheek, nasojugal groove, nasolabial f ...
Complete thread -- including the muscle element
Complete thread -- Correction: is he saying "down to" or "down through"and "back to" or "back through"? What
Complete thread -- #1 periosteum, passed down
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- A laterally based strip of orbicularis was taken and pulled through th ...
Complete thread -- Typo...It was blunt (not There was blunt)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with the hair. There was blunt dissection
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 1. with the hair? 2. jaw and down onto the neck somewhat.
Complete thread -- Then, dissection was carried out over the cheek and the temporal area ...
Complete thread -- The patient quit drinking at age 21. Has some occasional _________.
Complete thread -- got it - tripoding
Complete thread -- stumped, s/l "try totting" SOB and in extremis, sm for sentence
Complete thread -- Yeah, UroCit-K versus UroKit-C. That was my reasoning. Glad to have helped!
Complete thread -- I see now why you're saying to ignore, but being that he does mention a history of
Complete thread -- I think that's it! Why ignore? Thanks!
Complete thread -- LOL! Ignore that one too!
Complete thread -- How about Urocit®-K?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No, doubt that would be a routine med.
Complete thread -- No mention of it. Patient has neck pain with evidence of cervical stenosis and kyphosis.
Complete thread -- Any history of pulmonary embolism... urokinase?
Complete thread -- med that s/l euro KC.
Complete thread -- 3 branches: ophthalmic (V1), maxillary (V2) and mandibular (V3)
Complete thread -- Wonder if words were switched around: ...trigeminal nerve branch dissection.
Complete thread -- pt. with left cheek numbness. This could be a trigeminal nerve "dissection" branch?nm
Complete thread -- if you change your mind, let me know. BillyBob can give you my email and I can send it to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- other than the blank needed (effect), sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- At least with the disc it will be easier to search. For all I know, I may
Complete thread -- oh wow, that is cheap. work gave it for free as a d/l and i have the paper book, so was
Complete thread -- The book and disc only cost $4 (including shipping)...but thanks for the thoughtfulness.
Complete thread -- It sounds to me that he's saying the maneuvers are
Complete thread -- wish I had known you ordered, I could have given you that for free!!
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- effect
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- effect or affect?
Complete thread -- got it - asphericity
Complete thread -- thanks, thought maybe some kind of acronym, but looked high and low
Complete thread -- Thanks poi...I expect my new book today or tomorrow.
Complete thread -- I'd just flag it, seems like he misspoke
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 97
Complete thread -- sm plse Cannot understand why doc said "left" ?some other word.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was not the page. But I did find it in the archives referring
Complete thread -- sounds like acerisity - I know this word!
Complete thread -- all i see is page 466 - SM
Complete thread -- Don's yet have my BoS2, but believe it states s/b small-bowel obstruction. Can
Complete thread -- it could be stable pelvic imaging as they compared the new images to the
Complete thread -- I meant to say "pelvic ring injury (ring-gee said fast).
Complete thread -- fungating,
Complete thread -- According to his chart, the patient had _______ nonobstructing large mass
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis. I sent it on with a blank.
Complete thread -- I hear something different. It sounded more like "pelvic imaging." I
Complete thread -- ? pelvic ring (as in fracture) See your text pelvic ring pathology)
Complete thread -- stable ring injury?
Complete thread -- Elderly patient sent from nursing home to orthopedic surgeon with
Complete thread -- oops, "their"
Complete thread -- Hospital was specifically asked about the acronym. That was there response: ICFS.
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- little word here on CT scan of back
Complete thread -- AH...
Complete thread -- ? with obstructive jaundice in the biliary tree and gallbladder
Complete thread -- Pancreatic cancer S/L
Complete thread -- that one is strange huh,anserine bursa was initially called no-name-no-fame bursa
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- that is an awesome list! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Makes perfect sense. nm
Complete thread -- coracoclavicular
Complete thread -- here is a nice list but the closest I can find to what I hear is Stawell
Complete thread -- X-ray findings of widening of AC joint, slight elevation of "CC" and AC joints.nm tia
Complete thread -- I never heard or saw this before today "no-name, no-fame bursa" in Stedman's ortho
Complete thread -- I hear peroneal brevis"intact and inflamed". ///take out" and an"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- addendum might try reposting this portion, can't stand trying to find where he is in text
Complete thread -- this is what I got, hate dictation like this ugh, listen over and over sm
Complete thread -- annular incompetence may be demonstrated by discography at levels which reproduce symptoms
Complete thread -- As you might be aware, she had an admission to ____Hospital recently after we commenc
Complete thread -- back discogram
Complete thread -- Better site than mine. First hit on the link describes it well.
Complete thread -- thanks for returning and letting us know, yep, thanks spent a lot of time
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- in Find Box enter...hold and release
Complete thread -- I think so....found this....see link
Complete thread -- I'd say that is okay - see link(s)
Complete thread -- PT for neck symptoms
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I'm finding ICF=intracellular fluid at acronyms.com and PubMed, so would plural be ICFs?
Complete thread -- Multiple questions - fast talker
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- From yesterday's post: ICFS=intracellular fluid(s).
Complete thread -- This distention reaches as __________. A rectal tube is in place.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- finding reference to lower easily but not "high"
Complete thread -- nor to the tibia or fibula.
Complete thread -- could be high (upper), as opposed to lower lumbar?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- impression for back pain
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav
Complete thread -- left foot or to the _______. The patient was transferred
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- can't get blank, but I hear "an infection" not "and inspected"
Complete thread -- peroneal brevis tendon intact and _____ (cant get the blank)
Complete thread -- It's there.
Complete thread -- peroneal brevis and an intact ________. After this, all the
Complete thread -- still hear old wav (after closing page down twice to
Complete thread -- At this time, _______ and inspected
Complete thread -- I should add that checking account specs is always a good idea...
Complete thread -- cc is still used for volume/solid measures, mL for liquids
Complete thread -- Injection would sound more appropriate here. Also, cc is a dangerous abbreviation
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: *Injection/Induction* of bilateral saline implants, 100 cc ...
Complete thread -- hah, interestingly, something *else* AHDI realized after a while...
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything in between, just "with apices"
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Might depend on edition. My electronic 2006 BOS-2 shows it with hyphen, but
Complete thread -- I then placed tension on the left foot and a skin scrub used to mark o ...
Complete thread -- Whew! I'm glad.
Complete thread -- i figured it out so no probs Q. :) ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- oops...my bad...I left out the word 'cut' ....sry guy.
Complete thread -- then cut the K-wires short and bent them over.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He corrects to end up "the K wires short and bent them over (period)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I also noticed with a natural cascade of the hand that the rotation wa ...
Complete thread -- Also I think he says.."at this area with only a small
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- he changes his mind and ends up with "had poked through the"
Complete thread -- This was approximately 2 cm in length. I debrided it down to his exte ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with a hand table (period)
Complete thread -- He was then transferred to the operating table ____. A time-out was p ...
Complete thread -- that you everyone!!
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Complete thread -- till today to do it (period)
Complete thread -- I recommended operative fixation; however, he wanted to wait ____. Al ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. ...
Complete thread -- My new BoS 2 has not yet arrived, but I did check archives (see link) and
Complete thread -- BOS-2 and 3 both have it with a hyphen, K-wire
Complete thread -- Note: Per HPI, no hyphen necessary as K wire stands
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He changes his mind to...The patient's K wire is bent and cut.
Complete thread -- At that point, the proximal fracture was fixated with a 0.045 K-wire f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Dislocated and fractured left second toe.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Dislocated ____ left second toe. POSTOP ...
Complete thread -- held ?
Complete thread -- Definitely "in" and not on. Thanks for The suggestions, Q. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Also, R U sure he said "in" and not "on" ? (as in on the subjects of)
Complete thread -- also I would put comma before and after all told as it could be viewed as interjection
Complete thread -- Wondering if he misspoke..There is a phrase "all told" which
Complete thread -- Don''t think this is right.
Complete thread -- Would think he means coordination-of-care counseling
Complete thread -- Over half of the 90-minute visit was s/l told in coordination of care, counseling TIA
Complete thread -- Oooh....I like that.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- a whole lot of
Complete thread -- When I look up definition of intra-articular it means within
Complete thread -- I'll bet that's it. Thanks for your help. nm
Complete thread -- Overall, he states he has improved from the initial injection. He doe ...
Complete thread -- perhaps he is describing the knee pain as intraarticular
Complete thread -- One more orthopedic question for tonight sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just wanted to make sure it made sense here. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 1. She tentatively would like to hold a spot for August. 2. in the fall
Complete thread -- The patient will follow up again on a p.r.n. basis. She attempted ___ ...
Complete thread -- list can mean to lean to one side (see link)
Complete thread -- Orthopedics: List? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- When I google "combined-form cataract" it too is a
Complete thread -- we did on her neck
Complete thread -- I specifically talked about the different procedure versus the previou ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- maybe combined form cataracts in both eyes (two types of cataracts) nm
Complete thread -- or even maybe neural (nerve)because of her select neural presentation
Complete thread -- whee, glad you got it and came back to let us know, spent a lot of time on it nm
Complete thread -- D5W = dextrose (sugar) 5% in water(might check with employer preference on 1/2 or half sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "select neuro presentation" as in neurologic presentation.
Complete thread -- Today, we did discuss pursuing the bilateral L5 injections because of ...
Complete thread -- Oh, maybe combined means nuclear slcerotic and cortical.
Complete thread -- I've heard of "formed cataracts" before..not sure what "combined" means in your context.
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Combined _____ [s/l foam] cataracts in both eyes.
Complete thread -- Also recommended she increase her gabapentin to 300 mg t.i.d. from a p ...
Complete thread -- Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- 51-year-old Hispanic or 51-year-old, Hispanic
Complete thread -- best way to transcribe D5W "one-third two thirds"? would that be 1/3-2/3 or spell out
Complete thread -- Maybe. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I flagged that one too. Odd. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Blocked means exactly what it implies: Motion is not full.
Complete thread -- I don't hear loss of. Not sure what blocked motion means and can't find anywhere. nm
Complete thread -- loss of?
Complete thread -- hip exam.
Complete thread -- blocked (BTW, what body part?)
Complete thread -- Orthopedic question s/l ploxed
Complete thread -- nice Q!
Complete thread -- No need to be humbled...I have been there many times.
Complete thread -- Also, "He has a central cord (not "he is a central cord")
Complete thread -- OMG! I am so humbled - thank you
Complete thread -- abductor digiti minimi
Complete thread -- (don't laugh) s/l admitting me sm pls
Complete thread -- oops here's link
Complete thread -- I find "tympanic scute" see link scroll down a bit....so scutectomy would
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- If hip exam, I would have expected "femoral pulse" not "radial"
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks. Thot I was going crazy.
Complete thread -- maybe you are thinking about the link I posted...it had scutum-ectomy
Complete thread -- TA GSC? GSC = gastrocnemius, TA = tibialis anterior
Complete thread -- I don't see anything under your post on that thread
Complete thread -- never mind. Spent too long on it and have another blank.
Complete thread -- Is anyone else having problems with refreshing the board? I saw
Complete thread -- #thattoo
Complete thread -- Hip fracture. EHL and s/l TGS
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oops.. mean to post this as a separate post under OP's question. Sry
Complete thread -- looks like the question was asked on this board back in 2009
Complete thread -- There is a scutum in the ear and googling shows there are
Complete thread -- see link - might find something to help you out.
Complete thread -- oh, wait, that hardly fits with ENT... LOL
Complete thread -- any other info? scrotectomy ?
Complete thread -- quinolones (it isnt loud)
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- you forgot the hashtag lb haha
Complete thread -- I did find that the dilators were designed for contrast injection, but couldn't get the "8
Complete thread -- Include levofloxacin, MS Contin, penicillin, _______. (possible loud volume)
Complete thread -- and I even looked up Conray and STILL couldn't find it!!
Complete thread -- column (spellchecksucksonhere) ;)
Complete thread -- S/l Patient began reading a columb of numbers...
Complete thread -- From post below: 8 Conray=aid of Conray! Just figured it out thanks to helper.
Complete thread -- King-Devick Testing: Total time is 71.56 seconds with 8 errors. ___ra ...
Complete thread -- I will post if I get the information back from QA!
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I appreciate your efforts!
Complete thread -- this is the "cocktail" that our urologist uses to treat IC...
Complete thread -- P.S. re: weekly treatment
Complete thread -- ? ICSS
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I looked too, under weekly treatments etc., and find nada.
Complete thread -- I have tried all combinations of letters. Still can't document. Flagging.
Complete thread -- I understand..I HAD noted to the OP the
Complete thread -- I heard it too and it sounded like tunneled to me and it made perfect sense.
Complete thread -- meet the criteria
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think that would be applicable to hypERtension; OP states it's low BP.
Complete thread -- sm & link may see what you need ??
Complete thread -- tty
Complete thread -- s/l weekly ICFS instillation for interstitial cystitis. Can't document.
Complete thread -- The patient does not ____ for inpatient psychiatric treatment
Complete thread -- didn't s/l that at all, started with "R", too many syllables with tunnelled
Complete thread -- sm please re: urinalysis colony forming units
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 'Don't know your blank, but in case not typo, s/b "to evaluate" (not to evaluated)
Complete thread -- consult was called to evaluate as ..
Complete thread -- a card
Complete thread -- s/l car... listen for (a guess) Cartia (diltiazem) chet pain & high BP sm
Complete thread -- secretaries
Complete thread -- best to flag then, the AOP might be dictator "coined" abbrev for ATM=atmospheres
Complete thread -- employed and is a supervisor for ______. The patient denies
Complete thread -- cardiologist and was given _____. Psychiatric consult called to evaluated
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't know what the 8 is referring to. Also, it should be "12 AOP WAS."
Complete thread -- good idea, flag and let us know will/ya
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, guess means unable have complete extension (less/short by 3 degrees)
Complete thread -- I was wondering if it was "vascular-mediated" (see link), tho I
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "past full extension" (meaning hyperextension) ?
Complete thread -- my take, saying radiomarker= made visible on a monitor to see stricture, sm
Complete thread -- OP, I would agree with that.
Complete thread -- extend the knee to approximately +3 degrees, *less full* extension
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oxygenation.
Complete thread -- I guess it will always be a mystery then.
Complete thread -- s/l 8 Conray (see message)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- confirm understanding. Monitor _______. Follow up renal function on diuretic therap
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ok - but geez, you could've at least satisfied my curiosity...
Complete thread -- Wow - too many variables. I'm going to flag it for doc to decide. :) Thanks all!
Complete thread -- self-discontinuation
Complete thread -- This was connected to a _____ discontinuation of cardiotropic
Complete thread -- I also found that even if the patient has not yet been
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- male or female?? - if male, it rules out my guess and I will keep trying...
Complete thread -- treatment for hypertension can lead to hypotension, still wonder if it is "her mediated"..
Complete thread -- could be - I've heard "difficult historian" so "hard historian" isn't farfetched
Complete thread -- poor historian maybe? Listen for that
Complete thread -- Maybe "hard" historian (doc speak for poor historian?) /nm
Complete thread -- I've never heard this
Complete thread -- Google has many hits from reputable sources.
Complete thread -- glabrous junction sm
Complete thread -- 'if these test normal (plasma renin activity)would still be ? renin-mediated hypertension
Complete thread -- I would think low BP would be "hypotension". Does the patient have
Complete thread -- s/l glabrous junction
Complete thread -- I wonder if it's not "neurally mediated hypotension"
Complete thread -- definitely "___-mediated" hypertension. Being seen by endocrinology. Low BP
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- why is the patient being seen, and by whom?
Complete thread -- I just figured out that in the first part of my s/l for the anesthesia, he is
Complete thread -- doubtful - that's a negative association w/panic. It is also probably an Axis I dx -
Complete thread -- Wonder if part of it is " ___-mediated hypertension" ?
Complete thread -- is pt female? Might be "her mediated hypertension" - but what is the dx?
Complete thread -- renin-mediated hypertension?
Complete thread -- s/l hermidiated hypertension
Complete thread -- might be NPD Narcissistic personality disorder
Complete thread -- Could he be saying MDD (meaning major depressive disorder) ?
Complete thread -- what was it? Share?
Complete thread -- sounds like Panic disorder without agoraphobia, *NBD,* recurrent, mild
Complete thread -- OP wrong word, should be "regimen" a prescribed course of medical treatment
Complete thread -- Thank you for all the help. Much appreciated.
Complete thread -- ? abductor block=adductor canal block, a sensory nerve block. ...
Complete thread -- I find they can do an adductor canal block with tibial plateau surgery
Complete thread -- adductor (not abductor) canal nerve block googles well
Complete thread -- Wonder if "zero mad cap"=laryngeal mask (?)
Complete thread -- Surgery = removal of hardware from tibial plateau
Complete thread -- did you hear the wav?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much poi & bkloli!! You guys are awesome!
Complete thread -- Horsham (link)
Complete thread -- VIC Australia is where doc is
Complete thread -- he heard tunneled
Complete thread -- sounds like "hor-sin" (to me) What is the state?
Complete thread -- I cannot even get a s/l from it... Can you on town name?
Complete thread -- 1. sounds like "in ____ (like the name of a town?)
Complete thread -- 2. introitus.
Complete thread -- what did you hear?? I heard only the word "remote" not what listed in message left you
Complete thread -- Always your call...just want you to understand that
Complete thread -- good idea (to me) OR-applied splint, tho think usually in the ER I think
Complete thread -- Two blanks... Help please!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks, meg.
Complete thread -- I will use "OR-applied splint" Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Still debating.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questr. This is an outpatient clinic, so it probably is something else. Not sure
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Air splint?
Complete thread -- EOR could also mean "emergency operating room" see link
Complete thread -- OR (operating room) I do hear the E but I think he was going to say
Complete thread -- EOR could also mean "emergency operating room" see link
Complete thread -- Radius Fracture, .......of the ______ applied splint...
Complete thread -- I *think* I hear "The treated segments show etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer. It is an acronym. He kind of says first
Complete thread -- you have Achilles tendon twice and yes, triple joint complex
Complete thread -- I do have docs that dictate those together - we do have skin over our extremities, so it's
Complete thread -- 1. S/l he started to say The ablated ...but changed to The treated segment...
Complete thread -- 2. successful ablation
Complete thread -- In the right lower extremity, he has no pain over the calf, Achilles tendon, malleoli
Complete thread -- I always hear it under extremities, but this is a new doc and she seem ...
Complete thread -- earlier applied splint?
Complete thread -- I usually hear that under "extremities"... but suppose they could go under skin if that's
Complete thread -- misc.
Complete thread -- deep venous system. ______ the treated segment shows evidence of ____ on the duplex
Complete thread -- I figure it out. thaks
Complete thread -- Ignore my statement below. Sorry. Wrong post.
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks
Complete thread -- The patient had 20/40 to 20/50 vision in the left eye due to cortical ...
Complete thread -- Activity modification and maintenance of the "e-o-r" applied splint.
Complete thread -- Yes, I guess I needed confirmation because he said the bone was elevated
Complete thread -- craniotome makes sense, but the wav below doesnt include the blank
Complete thread -- snowed in NC last night
Complete thread -- The bone was elevated with *craniotome* uneventfully
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- cold here in NM, USA
Complete thread -- how's da weather in ya are? ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ertapenem
Complete thread -- suture name might be "Nurolon" and "unlocked" makes sense, since there are locking sutures
Complete thread -- doctor added s/l irdapenin to her minocycline regime.
Complete thread -- Dura was closed anatomically using 4-0 *unlocked neuron* as well as individual su
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- combination of #1, 2, and 3 ____ were used to separate AND was elevated with ____ une
Complete thread -- The Midas Rex drill - but he stutters pretty bad over that.
Complete thread -- musculocutaneous flap. ______ brought in the field.
Complete thread -- Follow up on -
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- googles easily
Complete thread -- She is also getting *blue light* treatments of her face because of sun ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. The audio is in dss format so can't convert it either to ...
Complete thread -- sorry guy, going to change my mind on this. I think he is saying *in the* banana row
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I would think he is saying 2 different areas so *and*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. .....upper posterior thighs *in/and* the banana roll? ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- The patient comes back in now about 3-1/2 months status post liposucti ...
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Follow up vs followup??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear tunneled
Complete thread -- I am hearing "tunneled" but nm suggesting "remote". I ...
Complete thread -- I irrigated the wound thoroughly and placed the spinal cord stimulator ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to the deep temporal fascia and then basically elevated off?
Complete thread -- Gosh. I heard different. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Temporal region went down through superficial layer of the deep tempor ...
Complete thread -- remote
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I irrigated the wound thoroughly and placed the spinal cord stimulator ...
Complete thread -- one word
Complete thread -- She *breastfed/breast fed* both children. one word? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- admitted ....blanking plug
Complete thread -- The electrode was ____ to the pulse generator and the extra socket was ...
Complete thread -- I would have helped, but I could not find anything. According to
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- the fact that the wiring into the INTRAlaminar
Complete thread -- After application of a sterile dressing, the patient was then turned t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- palpation used to find the connection?
Complete thread -- 1. Removal of epidural quad electrode with extension and pulse generat ...
Complete thread -- 1-1/2 inch incision (.5 is metric) what is procedure?
Complete thread -- After sterile prep and drape and injection of local anesthesia, a smal ...
Complete thread -- After application of a sterile dressing, the patient was then turned t ...
Complete thread -- s/l Beltera for melasma.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- The plan that we are discussing with the patient are options
Complete thread -- Extended wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- is the plan. Something wrong with that sentence at the beginning
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- The plan will be to discuss with the patient the options of various su ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- not a true kissing lesion, but close.
Complete thread -- 1. not in the exact same 2. kissing lesion (see link)
Complete thread -- Likewise, she had an area of central and this was grade 3, 4 area of l ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- especially from a diagnostic standpoint ...chondral-sparing?
Complete thread -- We discussed with the potential risks, benefits, and rehabilitation of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- osteochondral fragment? osteochondral fracture? removal of loose body
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right knee pain, possible ____, possible media ...
Complete thread -- I am hearing the same. Thanks a lot. was confused. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "leader"
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The Beath pin was removed using an ORTHOCORD suture as a suture _____. ...
Complete thread -- maybe had a congenital missing incisor (canine, lateral & central (3 each side)
Complete thread -- agree (sm)
Complete thread -- You're right. There is no right upper third incisor.
Complete thread -- No...I think it is okay, see above.
Complete thread -- wait - i found this (SM)
Complete thread -- LOL! thanks I will flag
Complete thread -- oh, duh me. I have nothing...
Complete thread -- sorry, yes, I am questioning the "upper third" don't know what doc means
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- pilocarpine. I cannot hear today! nm
Complete thread -- well, he could have a tooth implant there, ?
Complete thread -- I hear a word before overseas too.
Complete thread -- no idea, but often Plaquenil for SLE
Complete thread -- overseas who gets the medication from ____ Laboratory (or laboratories)
Complete thread -- verbal diarrhea! lol
Complete thread -- I hear "overseas" from "Centurion Laboratories"??
Complete thread -- flagged, moving on.
Complete thread -- (referring to mouth for airway assessment pre-op)
Complete thread -- he has an implant in his right upper third incisor. Does this make sense??
Complete thread -- medication "plazal-kerky" 5 mg four times a day (dx of SLE) SM tia
Complete thread -- What? It makes no sense as the OP has it.
Complete thread -- No question, but here's my favorite sentence today
Complete thread -- However, he has been ordering Viagra through _____ who gets the medica ...
Complete thread -- just relistened and not that. Thanks though!
Complete thread -- reducible?
Complete thread -- exam of a patient with prolapsed rectum s.m.
Complete thread -- but, only if the OP isn't verbatim...
Complete thread -- nope, still nothing there.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- so it was "withdrawing"?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- no MP3 there yet
Complete thread -- Urine was negative. EKG is going to be _______
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Obese woman lying in bed ... all I can get, too many blanks, too fast for me.
Complete thread -- The intensivist
Complete thread -- if you have MS Word, click format, bullets/numbering, give examples
Complete thread -- multiple physical exam questions
Complete thread -- 100 despite IV magnesium. _____ was initially consulted
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense with the risk of developing seizures and alcohol
Complete thread -- you usually go number, letter, number... so maybe (1)?
Complete thread -- radiologist that a superior labral tear
Complete thread -- Outlines
Complete thread -- oops,again, didn't delete enough lines in the text presented
Complete thread -- everything but the comma after labral tear...
Complete thread -- I believe means "regrowing"(regenerate/regrow) platelets sm
Complete thread -- any chance that "regrowing" is "withdrawing"? (from alcohol)
Complete thread -- Victoza was all I could find with that dose, but since it wasn't you s/l, I didnt suggest
Complete thread -- It was Victoza. My "sounds like" was way off. nm
Complete thread -- Does this read okay with comma placements?
Complete thread -- pt with diabetes on "glyco-flare" 1.8 mg intramuscular daily. SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- She is also in the process of *regrowing* and she could be at risk for developing fur
Complete thread -- shared
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- go to her sister?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- A long discussion was _____ with the patient regarding these findings
Complete thread -- assistant ??
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- outpatient psychiatrist and also go to _______ and try to get into an
Complete thread -- that's what i hear too
Complete thread -- (goose bumps)
Complete thread -- piloerection ?
Complete thread -- appropriate
Complete thread -- rhinorrhea or pupillary dilatation and *pile oh rectoin*.
Complete thread -- I hear should the lesions be "cured"
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Psychiatric re-evaluation for ______ disposition.
Complete thread -- archives BRACAnalysis CDx= ovarian cancer lab test sm
Complete thread -- ok, thanks, that is what I heard too but wasn't sure - thought it was weird
Complete thread -- lesion be _______. I will keep you abreast
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- on both hand(s) and body - (but I just hear 'hand' - singular)
Complete thread -- benign skin lesions of both ____ and body, history of thyroid
Complete thread -- s/l a couple **oh taze** ESL sm please
Complete thread -- moms. not possessive.
Complete thread -- moms or mom's?
Complete thread -- found this on index diagnosis + not sure it helps tho, need more info sm
Complete thread -- I believe it is just a different way of saying new diagnosis, index diagnosis.
Complete thread -- Thought so, just wanted to confirm. Thank you.
Complete thread -- yes GATA3 expression in breast carcinoma sm
Complete thread -- keep getting old MP3 even with going off sight and return
Complete thread -- hand and body
Complete thread -- s/l struder might be "Sluder" used in ENT surgery
Complete thread -- breast cancer - s/l gata 3
Complete thread -- benign skin lesions of both ____ and body, history of thyroid
Complete thread -- where is it in the report, Being seen for what? Dx/impression
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- A long discussion was _____ with the patient regarding these findings
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- good deal, my ears are already shot this morning.
Complete thread -- intrapalpebral fissures
Complete thread -- phenylephrine eye drops ?
Complete thread -- i hear him say what souds like next paragraph??
Complete thread -- OK, thanks ...
Complete thread -- sorry, mo, I accidentally used your moniker, and I am not nm.7 either. I'm just
Complete thread -- After placement of _____, the marginal reflex
Complete thread -- right and 0 on the left. ______ pupil fissures are 8 mm
Complete thread -- nm.7 mistakenly used my moniker; I did not post #1
Complete thread -- This is an s/l index diagnosis for her.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #1 festoon formation
Complete thread -- #2: ...what appears to be a Tyndall effect
Complete thread -- reveals mild ______ formation bilaterally with what appears to be a mild ______ effe
Complete thread -- #1 burns, can't get #2, but in the last sentence I hear "appears to be a 'possible' ..."
Complete thread -- I think you're right - just shortening it... I have some that say it "pro/supination" or
Complete thread -- He has range of motion from 30-140 degrees of flexion with full s/l prone and
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- a. We will undertake microwave ablation of both foci of tumor in the l ...
Complete thread -- s/l struder
Complete thread -- he has the symptoms of a hernia.
Complete thread -- i hear some of it
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, these hernias are almost impossible to palpate or confi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Intermittently, he will have
Complete thread -- It has been worse for about year. He states he has got quite a bit of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Also, the discomfort...pressure. With lifting and coughing, it is worse.
Complete thread -- Over the last 3 weeks, he has been having constant discomfort in the l ...
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Chronic back problems ____. Past Surgica ...
Complete thread -- He presented on 01/29/2015 ____ resolved this small sinus without cell ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- were done?
Complete thread -- For the last month and a half, it increased in size and has become gol ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The reason I sent him there is
Complete thread -- He has a back sinus. He has been seen by Dr. Su, orthopedic surgery. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- for #2 I think he is saying either C-section 2, meaning 2 C-sections, or he
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Slight asthma and anal carcinoma. Past S ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I found post-radiation changes
Complete thread -- I found postradiation changes
Complete thread -- The patient is due for a repeat exam under anesthesia. Her last exam ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- biopsies were obtained during colonoscopy and biopsies...
Complete thread -- She was treated by chemoradiation after biopsies were obtained. Durin ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- blood thinner for
Complete thread -- blood thinner.
Complete thread -- Risks, benefits, and limitation of both procedures were explained. Sh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 Dexilant #1 Effient??
Complete thread -- Current Medications: ____ 81 mg aspirin and ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- I will laparoscopy..... define the fascia
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks. :) ...
Complete thread -- If I believe that this is a lipoma, I will make a small incision and r ...
Complete thread -- like in your above post, he described it as being in the epigastrium, not stomach
Complete thread -- oh. Thanks. Will change it. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- I think a patient would describe a lump in the *stomach*, I doctor would
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with some sort of a mass or lump...also a
Complete thread -- Thanks but he is dictating this: She presents with “a lump” in ...
Complete thread -- Assessment & Plan: A 51-year-old female ____ mass or lump in the mid ...
Complete thread -- I would put the closed quote after stomach "a lump in her stomach."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 2 issues
Complete thread -- 2 issues. (she apparently has 2 complaints?)
Complete thread -- posted above. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is 51-year-old female who presents for ____ . She presents ...
Complete thread -- if you want to repost the one below, I will give it a try
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- slightly to the right of midline. Speaking with the patient, she
Complete thread -- The patient also complains of a new right neck mass ___ right of midli ...
Complete thread -- The patient is 51-year-old female who presents for ____ . She present ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- I hear: The right colon had colon cancer within it. Since then she has been tested.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The right colon had colon cancer ____ symptoms. She has been tested ...
Complete thread -- I settled on 'aspect', although it more sounded like 'axis', a short word. Thanks
Complete thread -- Scaphoid waist fracture open reduction and internal fixation.
Complete thread -- I would like to see her at the time of the MRI in 3 months at least. ...
Complete thread -- I hear intact.
Complete thread -- I can hear all 3 suggestions, lol
Complete thread -- could it possibly be idiopathic?
Complete thread -- I think I hear: her gait is intact
Complete thread -- Toed might fit, as in towed- in (meaning a direction) Pointing in towards the centerline
Complete thread -- sounds like antalgic, can't stand to listen to it again to verify.
Complete thread -- her gait is _____>
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the input, Q!
Complete thread -- I should add that pulmonary vascular cephalization is more comman than the other
Complete thread -- Oops ....I omitted a word...I meant to type..there is such as thing as a noun modifier,etc
Complete thread -- cephalization is the noun while pulmonary and vascular are
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray does not demonstrate pulmonary s/l vascular cephalization. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I've missed "seeing" you around this week. Glad to know you're still here. :)
Complete thread -- Wonder if saying "creps" as in crepitations?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Lung examination reveals s/l crisps in posterior lung fields. TIA!
Complete thread -- i'm with your
Complete thread -- lytic areas
Complete thread -- ligatures
Complete thread -- L3 fracture appears acute since there are some s/l lit-i-gears anteriorly. TIA!
Complete thread -- Not sure... Thanks for helping, though. Might have to flag.
Complete thread -- basal metabolic assessment for patient's weight?
Complete thread -- _____for patient's weight was normal 18. Sorry, just can't get first part.
Complete thread -- got it - The corneas
Complete thread -- eye trauma. Sounds like a-cor-dias
Complete thread -- mp3 - last one and have no idea what he's saying here (labs again)
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- yes, I hear hypothyroidism
Complete thread -- ur very welcome, wish I could help on the other one
Complete thread -- mp3 double check of 1 word... Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you! Really appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- That's what I'm thinking, too.
Complete thread -- Is he saying assay in first blank (to go with previous)
Complete thread -- last one is erythrocyte folate
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded, need help with labs. Thanks in advance!
Complete thread -- I meants 'accumulants"
Complete thread -- just a guess, but could he mean accumulations? (no such word as accumulates tho)
Complete thread -- thanks! me too now with your help! :)
Complete thread -- griseofulvin
Complete thread -- med help
Complete thread -- no diplopia
Complete thread -- Red lens testing showed s/l mobicphobia. Intraocular pressures were 15 in each eye.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l hum-yu-lantz ?? sm plse
Complete thread -- probed would work for last one but not sure about first. Not much like s/l
Complete thread -- Hmm, how about toured?
Complete thread -- I thought the same, but at the end of the OP's excerpt, that doesn't seem to fit.
Complete thread -- towed ?
Complete thread -- At this point, the arthroscope was again *toed* throughout the knee. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!! ...
Complete thread -- "mainly when she moved around"
Complete thread -- Could it be coordinator or manager? (My spouse works at this.)
Complete thread -- mp3, not quite catching this regarding pain. Thanks in advance!
Complete thread -- He works as a transportation *claimer/planner*. ...
Complete thread -- NM. Pus cells.
Complete thread -- UA revealed positive nitrites urine with 3 to 5 s/l pa cells. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input! flagging and moving on
Complete thread -- in the shipping industry _____.
Complete thread -- how cool, looks like great fun. thanks for sharing.
Complete thread -- got it ...conformer
Complete thread -- eye surgery - pls help
Complete thread -- No history of tobacco use. The patient does not use alcoholic beverag ...
Complete thread -- it sounds like "laxin" to me. ...
Complete thread -- I can't hear the wave, but triamterene for 1st one? Googled dosage.
Complete thread -- 1. Hydrochlorothiazide/____ 25/37.5 mg daily. 2. ____ 25 mg b.i.d. ...
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: 1. Hydrochlorothiazide/____ 25/37.5 mg daily. ...
Complete thread -- I couldn't find much out there, but the one place I did find something
Complete thread -- ERCP: A s/l five three one tapered-tip cannulatome with a 0.018-inch wire TIA!
Complete thread -- Apparently the dictator didn't even know what he said because he put "variable pressure
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- Thanks, OP. I had heard of it from the comic strip "Baby Blues" but didn't really know
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Interesting!
Complete thread -- If there was one fracture of one ramus on the right, it would
Complete thread -- I think it's pickleball. Thanks, anyway. Link inside if interested.
Complete thread -- shoulder pain
Complete thread -- I think he stuck his finger in and "felt" it at 6 cm, the other side just the fingertip
Complete thread -- fails? (fails to reach the crease)
Complete thread -- rami" is a plural form of "ramus": In this instance I'd say (right) rami sm
Complete thread -- On finger flexion the tip of the right index finger *feels* distal palmar crease by 6
Complete thread -- T12 without significant retropulsion SO possible superior (did not hear NERVE OR)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #2 "end-plate fracture" not "and" plate fracture
Complete thread -- #2 retropulsion
Complete thread -- She had a right pubic rami fracture. (wouldn't it be ramus?)
Complete thread -- degenerative disc disease ____________. The patient also AND without significant ___
Complete thread -- THC connection= immune response, inhibits lung cancer spread (tumor grow(for instance)
Complete thread -- probably "heat" (cold and rest)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- sharing some phrases yuo may hear along with hearing P2
Complete thread -- Yup, see link for A2
Complete thread -- s/l preserved * A 2*
Complete thread -- not sure this helps. Can you post a wav
Complete thread -- probably slurring torsades de pointes
Complete thread -- On this occasion_____ rectal bleeding and lower band-like pain after fatty
Complete thread -- smoke... ass... just what you think. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe 6 runs, but I've not heard it said like this.
Complete thread -- maybe interferometry
Complete thread -- blowing what our of where?
Complete thread -- I guess my question is what does "she has been doing THC suppression" mean?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I did and I didn't see the connection between "THC suppression" and chest lesions.
Complete thread -- (!) google: "THC suppression"
Complete thread -- No. Can you give a sentence or two?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "controlled with clips"
Complete thread -- dissected free, ______ clips and divided
Complete thread -- torsades to 6 pointes - ever heard it said this way?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- you might be right - "SMAS" is very often mis-transcribed as "this mass"
Complete thread -- s/l self limiting
Complete thread -- pain management - epidural
Complete thread -- I hear, dry dressings and op (?) tapes were placed.
Complete thread -- ...or "controlled with clips"?
Complete thread -- Can you hear "doubly clipped" instead of "control clips"?
Complete thread -- subcuticularly placed sutures; Steri-Strips, dry dressings, and ____ were placed.
Complete thread -- with 4-0 Monocryl subcuticular _____ were placed
Complete thread -- s/l *control* clips
Complete thread -- gallbladder was then grasped with *rex grasp* in the fundus
Complete thread -- gym but states that it was difficult as for example one question asked ...
Complete thread -- Texas. She studies at UTSA, s/l chemistriology, and works at s/l shamshun shoeliter.
Complete thread -- Her knee pain is relieved by ___ cold and rest ...
Complete thread -- I don't know why but the wav is getting deleted again and again. wav p ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The patient was placed under ____ sedation and general anesthesia. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I was hearing SMAS. ...
Complete thread -- were lifted off this mass.
Complete thread -- The skin and subcutaneous tissue was _____ the SMAS. ...
Complete thread -- posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- voice file
Complete thread -- After adequate time, a small incision in the central area to be excise ...
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: s/l fem-er-cell. No other known allergies. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- short (it is a measurement)
Complete thread -- short
Complete thread -- i am double minded whether it is sharp or short. ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Hyperplasia of the breast with ____ nipple to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- release of scar...lateral part of the pocket (he said lateral pocket, part of the pocket.
Complete thread -- Release of capsule on the left side with ____ of scar and wedge resect ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- an irregular scar
Complete thread -- Capsular contracture of the left breast with herniated pocket on the r ...
Complete thread -- yeah, I hate it when my fingers forget how to spell :)
Complete thread -- jinx again! (I had to double-check spelling too, my fingers
Complete thread -- to not too
Complete thread -- haha...I had too look up how to correctly spell essence. You got me!
Complete thread -- ...or whatever you'd call a dictator with English as first language
Complete thread -- Thank a lot. ...
Complete thread -- hiatus semilunaris
Complete thread -- At this point, the uncinate process appeared to have been pushed anter ...
Complete thread -- jinx, you owe me a Pepsi. (going by minutes, not seconds ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in essence stays
Complete thread -- in essence stays
Complete thread -- yw. but no apologies needed for what was def. a reasonable suggestion.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 50-year-old that has had progressively worsening sinu ...
Complete thread -- I know what THC stands for... what is THC suppression and what does it have to do with a
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sorry for giving wrong direction.
Complete thread -- tetrahydrocannabinol
Complete thread -- I don't understand. Do you guys all-cap TYLENOL or FOLEY too?
Complete thread -- I totally hear it now "ceff-you-rox-ime" That's it. Phew. Thank you, knlfdj!!
Complete thread -- This is a hard one since doc does not pronounce either one correctly.
Complete thread -- my employer picks and chooses which AAMT rules to follow/not follow. Makes it confusing
Complete thread -- unfortunately my employer seems to feel that if they are all capped, then it is all capped
Complete thread -- If PICO is an acronym, then yeah. If not, then just Pico is fine
Complete thread -- Removed from the right lateral ankle wound the "PICO wound VAC" and Coban. is that
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much!!
Complete thread -- also see link
Complete thread -- cefuroxime ? (with a long "i," usually pronounced "eem")
Complete thread -- SunTec™ New hospital bed.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing ceftriaxone.
Complete thread -- Subconjunctival antibiotics of vancomycin and ____ were given.
Complete thread -- I think I found it - a tendo-Achilles lengthening or gastrocnemius recession (GSR)
Complete thread -- Hi. The link didn't work. I had to send in with a flag and will post what I hear back.
Complete thread -- wasn't loud on my end, i just couldn't hear it with the static in it.
Complete thread -- s/l GSR
Complete thread -- VOLUME WARNING if wearing headphones (which I guess most of us are)
Complete thread -- maybe: (see link)
Complete thread -- HDL cholesterol was 72 and LDL cholesterol was 50. ___ glucose were 1 ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for the explanation. I do not have a microphone, but I will keep this on hand.
Complete thread -- s/l sim-tec or sim-tex bed
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- secondary to above
Complete thread -- mp3, help with ESL doctor. Can't quite get this word...
Complete thread -- I didn't read the post right, so I think you ARE right on the mark
Complete thread -- you have a point there.
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it could be eschar tissue from the debridement she did as well.
Complete thread -- it can't be just what I think, because I have no clue what it means.
Complete thread -- I'd go with commas like you have, in fact,
Complete thread -- I can see not thinking it is in a joint, but I'd think eschar can be anywhere, not just
Complete thread -- ?Levbid
Complete thread -- consider: Avascular Necrosis (AVN)
Complete thread -- ned s/l levid
Complete thread -- Clearly sounds like "eschar tissue." This is an ankle arthroscopy. (see message)
Complete thread -- arteriovenous malformation, see quote.
Complete thread -- pat status post C spine surgery from accident
Complete thread -- was in fact or was , in fact, - ?
Complete thread -- let's just run this one into the ground too, way after the OP sent it in.
Complete thread -- Google: chest lesion "THC suppression." It's just what you think.
Complete thread -- it s/l "THC suppression" but I don't know that that makes any sense.
Complete thread -- She was noted to have a lesion on her chest CT back in August 2013 whi ...
Complete thread -- diameter with about 3 low attenuation (I think he corrected over close)
Complete thread -- this was a blank and many words can fit and make sense in the blank. OP has moved on...
Complete thread -- thanks for that. somehow the end of my text got cut. here it is:
Complete thread -- from the outside read (it was read at an outside facility)
Complete thread -- Imaging Studies: CT and previous PET scan from June 2014 which showed ...
Complete thread -- what are you asking? what is your point? what is your problem?
Complete thread -- no worries, she was talking about me. It's my personal stalker.
Complete thread -- obviously I did say that. I apologized for sounding snarky but
Complete thread -- trouble swallowing,eso stricture, so balloon dilatation or Savary dilatation, of what?
Complete thread -- I do believe you are referring to someone else.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I thought you said this:
Complete thread -- not necessarily... could also be balloon dilatation or Savary dilatation or... anything.
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- I'd give it to him. googles well.
Complete thread -- s/l rehabilitationist
Complete thread -- agree, and not just sorta fits, "stricture in the distal esophagus" =dilatation
Complete thread -- ignore that ^^^^
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- unilateral and lateral same thing
Complete thread -- #1 This could be either infectious or inflammatory etiology?
Complete thread -- #2 interval
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- I think that fits the definition of stalking...no wonder oscar left the board.
Complete thread -- I think you're right. I'd just put Aero mask like dictated.
Complete thread -- 2-1/2-year old with asthma...mother uses Flovent with an "Aero" mask. SM tia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- isn't this poster something, often creating drama, thinks we can't see it.
Complete thread -- good explanation. Billybob needs to create a shortcut to this
Complete thread -- if you read the entire thread *oh my goodness* you will see I was trying
Complete thread -- If you have a microphone on your computer, you play the surrounding text while using the
Complete thread -- I'm not sure how to get an audio to load
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for taking the time to try to help.
Complete thread -- Your best bet is to flag & send it in. If you can't make it out, we can't guess.
Complete thread -- could it be bougie ??
Complete thread -- esophageal ?? (sorta fits right in there)
Complete thread -- I will send in for query.
Complete thread -- I cannot make out a s/l.
Complete thread -- is just unilateral and not bilateral
Complete thread -- is there a s/l or an audio to listen to?
Complete thread -- what is the question?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? dilatation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just in the *lateral and not bilateral* which you would expect
Complete thread -- Thanks! I didn't get any hits when I googled!
Complete thread -- If I used hyphens here, I'd go with spinal-needle variety
Complete thread -- i hear 365 too
Complete thread -- according to googling, it is Rivers (so, Rivers'?)
Complete thread -- I dont know about your account, but mine does not allow bicarb...bicarbonate
Complete thread -- Patient with anorexia nervosa - see msg.
Complete thread -- ammonia level?
Complete thread -- 365?
Complete thread -- creatinine 8.2, _____ level 27
Complete thread -- Pleural fluid showed ______white cells with a protein of 2.4 and LDH of
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- spinal needle variety or spinal-needle-variety??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh my goodness!
Complete thread -- parted in the posterior fascia. Preperitoneal insufflation balloon was ...
Complete thread -- to make sure the mesh did not shift off the knot?
Complete thread -- visualization to ensure the mesh did not shift off _______. All ports were removed
Complete thread -- Rectus muscle parted and the posterior _______ peritoneal insufflations balloon
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- opined - as in opinion
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- definitely "pine" sound
Complete thread -- opined
Complete thread -- does that sound more like uh-pine-d or ay-pined or ay-pin-d
Complete thread -- letter to attorney
Complete thread -- will be followed for further
Complete thread -- After sedation, scope was passed
Complete thread -- identified by landmarks
Complete thread -- She will _______ management
Complete thread -- After the ______ scope was passed AND ecum identified _______ appendiceal orifice, il
Complete thread -- looks like someone is a little obsessed - a post from 8 months ago?
Complete thread -- I'm late - but something like injury 'to bladder or ureters' would fit
Complete thread -- florid synovitis
Complete thread -- anybody? same word in both blanks. ...
Complete thread -- ARTHROSCOPIC FINDINGS: 1. Suprapatellar pouch: ____ synovitis. ...
Complete thread -- Utilizing the microfracture awl, the inflow was let down and excellent ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- culmination ... plus medial lateral compartment...
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 53-year-old female who has an active lifesty ...
Complete thread -- sm on doses Bricanyl® Turbohaler
Complete thread -- link the risks
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- it's there, gave the date
Complete thread -- WHAT? was answering YOUR post i.e.," I thought all keystrokes were counted"
Complete thread -- couldn't find anything.
Complete thread -- In the archives
Complete thread -- ?? This question was about whether a hyphen would be considered
Complete thread -- I did google hip arthroplasty risks, no help with s/l, was thinking at first sm
Complete thread -- pretty good guess and can hear a regurg too
Complete thread -- poi, it is the employer who controls the keystrokes. they can recaiculate easily sm
Complete thread -- who is it?
Complete thread -- no doubt who this is. very angry person and says, 'some days this is my only social life"
Complete thread -- I agree with it being overboard. Since an MT should always strive for
Complete thread -- just a guess - without murmur, regurg, click or gallop
Complete thread -- "usually DS=double strenth, but unable to get connection with Bricanyl sm
Complete thread -- Unilateral.
Complete thread -- Sorry, it's a physical exam, not an echo. I am unable to post a WAV.
Complete thread -- I looked at images of this and they all say 0.5 mg/dose (some are
Complete thread -- Is it a bilateral hip arthroplasty? Can't think of why else there would
Complete thread -- Is this an echo? can post a wav
Complete thread -- Heart has regular rate and rhythm, without murmur, s/l ger-gojic, or gallop. TIA!
Complete thread -- risks include infection, bleeding, injury s/l bilateral centers, and incomplete TIA!
Complete thread -- Bricanyl Turbohaler 0.5/DS (very clear, but what is the "DS")?
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- wow, I just checked the MS work counter and the lines are really high
Complete thread -- femoral head?
Complete thread -- femoral head collapse
Complete thread -- subchondral fracture with some s/l verbal hep collapse and flattening. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks, poi
Complete thread -- I check mine against MS Word (which we use) and it NEVER adds up to what what has. makes
Complete thread -- ...q.6 h.
Complete thread -- If I'm not mistaken it should be q.h.s. and q6. h.
Complete thread -- yes, space after q. h.s. (like q. 6 h. (space after q. but not after 6
Complete thread -- ahhhh..I see. Looks like bkloli answered it for you below. Thanks
Complete thread -- pain-free (before and after noun/noun-adjective compound modifier)
Complete thread -- pain free or pain-free here?
Complete thread -- Sorry. I was wondering if it was q.h.s. or q. h.s. with a space. Needed to clarify myself.
Complete thread -- *space* not pace. my keyboard has been sticking all day. hate to see what I sent into
Complete thread -- agree, unless the OP asked about a pace after h. (which would be right) but it
Complete thread -- okeydokey. ~ hey, smile!
Complete thread -- wasn't trying to be snarking. Was just curious why, if you are verbatim, you would ask us
Complete thread -- just curious...why did you post on this board then?
Complete thread -- Account is verbatim. Thx
Complete thread -- I use at bedtime too...but gave the BOS2 recommendation in case the OP uses BOS2
Complete thread -- where I work, we have to use "at bedtime"
Complete thread -- q.h.s. dangerous abbreviation. Bos2 suggests Use “nightly.”
Complete thread -- tap - a tool for cutting screw threads into the cylindrical surface of a round opening
Complete thread -- thanks for answering. I thought all keystrokes were counted. I'm not even
Complete thread -- q. h.s. - is that right?
Complete thread -- This is a thumb suspensionplasty. More text inside...
Complete thread -- Not sure now. I wonder if the 'tap' is mostly used for harvesting the bone marrow?
Complete thread -- Yes! I hear that too, now that you posted it. very good
Complete thread -- link - see the last one on this page (SM too)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- consider "tab" (a wag)
Complete thread -- consider "tab" (a wag)
Complete thread -- "Tap" for bone manipulation?
Complete thread -- no cachexia
Complete thread -- Umm....joking here!
Complete thread -- eh, i answered this somewhere but can't see it. some places do not count spaces in line
Complete thread -- lol - you're too much
Complete thread -- as in...the way I work all day....
Complete thread -- well, I can hear the wav, not very clearly though; however, it does "sound like" no acute
Complete thread -- "acute distress" (I cannot access your wav)
Complete thread -- General: The patient appears to be a well-nourished gentleman with no ...
Complete thread -- your intent was to pad lines? really? hmm...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I didn't say YOU were unattractive (how would I know?) - it was all those hyphens that
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Yup, that's what my intent was!
Complete thread -- rule-in ??
Complete thread -- Unattractive isn't insulting?
Complete thread -- for optimal blood pressure....
Complete thread -- LOL! Now religious advice!
Complete thread -- recumbency: the state of leaning, resting, or reclining
Complete thread -- recumbency - lying down
Complete thread -- I was just expressing my opinion (fwiw) - I wasn't insulting you.
Complete thread -- leg pain
Complete thread -- I agree with too many hypens, but how is that line padding? Don't a space and a hyphen
Complete thread -- and, if it was up to "my" preference, I'd type a LOT differently than what "they" want.
Complete thread -- 1. We will monitor on telemetry _____blood pressure control
Complete thread -- 2. If the echocardiogram is negative and serial cardiac markers, the patient may undergo.
Complete thread -- Thank you for referring XXX to the hospitalist service for *rolling* admission. sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We will _______ blood pressure control _____ the patient
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- well, not so much if you read Q's post below, if I interpreted it right.
Complete thread -- That's what I said in the original post below. Where I work, that'd be line padding.
Complete thread -- oh wow, I've refreshed 3 times (9 listens) and can't get it. Sorry!!
Complete thread -- Good Lord, it is a matter of style, which is supported either way in this instance.
Complete thread -- 2. Physical exam negative. (all i can get so far.
Complete thread -- fluff to nm
Complete thread -- not been feeling well (?)
Complete thread -- fwiw - I thought the hyphens were a bit overboard and made it hard to read.
Complete thread -- Multiple ?s - thanks for any help available
Complete thread -- She has _____ for the last 2 days.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks, Q! It is a matter of preference and chose to use the hyphens.
Complete thread -- but, after the fact(my post) and was answered, so did not bother
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- I know run-on, this didnt even sound like a run-on...something sounded off
Complete thread -- me too, fortunately DID catch before SEND , not always I'm sure
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...and as I said, I prefer them.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q, for your input.
Complete thread -- This is fine. Google radiation therapy simulation
Complete thread -- wav is posted above
Complete thread -- We will *simulate* the patient in approximately two weeks’ time
Complete thread -- true... I've been a victim of that many times.
Complete thread -- No, "sinus tach revealed" does NOT make sense, and wasn't even what was dictated anyway.
Complete thread --