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Complete thread -- yeah, we noticed. It was really boring around here without you.
Complete thread -- good one vlad, prob correct (late, as was not on WB Monday)
Complete thread -- yes!!! Thank you so very much!
Complete thread -- not sure of SL but can you possibly hear Nottingham grade of 3
Complete thread -- pt with breast cancer on pathology had a SL 9 hand? grade of 3
Complete thread -- Maybe rabeprazole (Aciphex), not that I see GERD in the PMH though.
Complete thread -- cross-body
Complete thread -- Orthopedic Exam - Speed negative, Hawkins negative, s/l crossbite test negative
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Flagging.
Complete thread -- #1 plane #2 decrease
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- bleed, a thigh _____ on the left AND Doppler and we can _____ subcutaneous
Complete thread -- I was gonna say clobetasol but don't see a diagnosis for that
Complete thread -- Probably okay. Maybe keeps a journal of where she gives her shots each day?
Complete thread -- med s/l rabetosol
Complete thread -- She is at this time without any fever, last *journal* was 03/08/2016.
Complete thread -- never mind - that's what it is! Morose. :) Found the definition.
Complete thread -- The patient is an obese, somewhat ______ s/l morose older middle-aged female.
Complete thread -- s/l ava-tak pain cream
Complete thread -- Good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m done here. Have a nice night. :-)
Complete thread -- #2 All ports were closed with
Complete thread -- I think he corrects himself so #1 bag through the xiphoid port site.
Complete thread -- Three times inspection of the liver bed was done and 1 time, there was ...
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Complete thread -- typo....peeled off from the liver bed
Complete thread -- peeled
Complete thread -- I think #1 duct. Three clips were placed on each of them on the
Complete thread -- The patient has an abnormally large liver along with caudate lobe whic ...
Complete thread -- oops. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- s/b laparoscopic cholecystectomy ...and, sorry, don't know your blank
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 47-year-old female who presented with a compla ...
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Complete thread -- I hear "which he didn't have"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "which he did have"
Complete thread -- He has an annular tear to the disc at the L4-L5 level <____> p ...
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Complete thread -- I think he may have said "on the days of his"
Complete thread -- has missed a few followup appointments
Complete thread -- The patient is here for pain management consultation. He <____ ...
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Complete thread -- , positive Lasegue test,
Complete thread -- On physical examination, he has a straight leg test positive bilateral ...
Complete thread -- and he describes it as
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Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 and this he described as....#2vHe gives it an
Complete thread -- The pain is worsened with standing or walking. He feels the pain whic ...
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Complete thread -- with touching of the epidural fat.
Complete thread -- There is compromise of the traversing nerve roots bilaterally. At L5- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would suggest "following: At L2-3 etc" Also he says "there is" (not was)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- reads
Complete thread -- He has not been seen in a few months secondary to conservative treatme ...
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Complete thread -- After the MRI, would like to followup in clinic
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would like him to follow up
Complete thread -- I would like him to follow up
Complete thread -- He most likely has some sort of tendinitis or subacromial bursitis. H ...
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Complete thread -- She will then...
Complete thread -- It is likely that she may have soft tissue injury or disc pathology se ...
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Complete thread -- accident. Up until then, she did not have
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 71-year-old female who was struck in a T-bon ...
Complete thread -- It is as i have written it. i think he wanted to say something else also there but missed
Complete thread -- guy if there is something the precedes that first part it might
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- that abuts the spinal cord producing
Complete thread -- The cervical spine are as follows: It was obtained on February 4, 201 ...
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Complete thread -- Never mind, found it. Acland
Complete thread -- S/L*Aklin's* patency test showed the vessel was patent and the patient had a radial
Complete thread -- thanks, I heard intermittent myself but wanted someone else to hear it
Complete thread -- I think she's saying "intermittently" (see link, example 4th hit)
Complete thread -- X is a 13-year-old male with persistent abdominal pain with elements of dyspepsia and
Complete thread -- talk about a comprehension error!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I just think she misspoke by starting to say "valvar pulmonary stenosis" but
Complete thread -- He has a ____ pulmonary valve stenosis with a mean gradient of 25 mmHg.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Didn't realize I was an hr late til I sat down to the computer... LOL
Complete thread -- mine have been set for a year and I just remembered they were an hour fast during winter.
Complete thread -- I usually set mine when I go to bed on Saturday - which I forgot and was 1 hr late for
Complete thread -- For those of you on Daylight Savings time, remember to reset your clock today.
Complete thread -- Can you hear "thalamic"?
Complete thread -- PMH: Left "fo-lam-ix" CVA. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Also consider SNB sentinel node biopsy which googling indicates
Complete thread -- If he's saying SMB...it would be "selected mucosal biopsy"
Complete thread -- FNB (fine needle biopsy). nm
Complete thread -- Pt. w/squamous cell tongue CA. Partial glossectomy with left (s/l) *es-em-bee* /sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Could U B hearing fluocinonide (tho it is not for any of the problems you list) (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l uh-flu-he-no-nie 1 application topically as needed. TIA!
Complete thread -- Hubs got it - TOLAC. :)
Complete thread -- "Toe lac" - phonetic. This term means the patient attempted a vaginal birth sm
Complete thread -- IM 1-2
Complete thread -- how to type IM "1 2" angle
Complete thread -- sorry - just got here and read the first post and no further.
Complete thread -- Fibrillar
Complete thread -- Thank you. Just spelled it incorrectly. I think I need to take a break!
Complete thread -- We used "fibular" to control oozing at the uterine incision.
Complete thread -- SURGICEL® FIBRILLAR™
Complete thread -- We used "fibular" at the uterine incision for some oozing
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ?opercular" (adjective of operculum...see google hits, hit 2)
Complete thread -- This article (see link) is talking about a study to try to
Complete thread -- last part of word is definitely "*ular*" -- thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- Guess, but apical?
Complete thread -- using hand-injection technique s/l was relatively light.
Complete thread -- sounds like *opular* - relates to mouth
Complete thread -- to sterilize the skin.
Complete thread -- Thank you, I had to flag and send, but I have made a note of it. Thanks again
Complete thread -- Lasègue
Complete thread -- _____ (can't get it) skin and
Complete thread -- After obtaining informed consent from the patient, the patient was pos ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- exam for c/o of back pain - s/l Laysag neg, tripod negative, reflexes symmetric....
Complete thread -- Time for me to get some sleep. Good night.
Complete thread -- From what I can find, the major American dictionaries still do
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The needle was then walked off inferiorly until the neuroforamen was entered.
Complete thread -- the dictator seems to dictate word by word from this book. Pain Cente ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I think I hear "just to our marking." and think the **s okay
Complete thread -- We then made our incision and elevated flap off the fascia and we stay ...
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Complete thread -- arm skin bilaterally
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right breast capsular contracture. 2 ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. will write mL then.
Complete thread -- See link...what they do is inject chemical and liquify the fat so that the
Complete thread -- yeah. i am categorically told to put cc for fat and mL for liquids, so was confused.
Complete thread -- I think he changes his mind to: Of note is I had given her previous liposuctioning etc
Complete thread -- cc/ml (doesn't make sense to me) It s/b one or the other.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- We then proceeded to change our gloves and re-prep the skin and we mad ...
Complete thread -- Consider it as liquid-like fat along with the other fluids he injected.
Complete thread -- is he removing fat or fluid in second part?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks nm. :-)
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's saying "axis" not "excess"
Complete thread -- Thanks Vlad. :-)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "all in the abdominal flap that were etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The abdominal area, hip, and lower back area were prepped and draped i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- U 2
Complete thread -- Thanks :) Have a good night.
Complete thread -- layer by layer (see google hits supporting phrase)
Complete thread -- Using a mirror .... S/l layer by layer adenoidectomy
Complete thread -- amyloidosis
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything. Sorry.
Complete thread -- history of diverticulosis s/l am-lie-duh, status post total colectomy TIA!
Complete thread -- Unfortunately he's working while many on the other side of the world are snoozing. If I
Complete thread -- I guess she fooled us both, but it was only because of our high expectations. :)
Complete thread -- No probs, Q. I meant to put "sm" on my post and forgot.
Complete thread -- I appreciate the question however because there has been
Complete thread -- Yes, that was the real me (I was just passing through and
Complete thread -- Agree with the *real* Q thingy. She also gives a LOT more info and a link for things.
Complete thread -- Did you see my post? Are you the *real* Q?
Complete thread -- No cap per Tessier's Surgical Word Book
Complete thread -- a peanut? (not sure if capitalized or not)
Complete thread -- s/l apina
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- SCDs (sequential compression devices)
Complete thread -- s/l SCT's
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- glucuronic acid
Complete thread -- Her current medications include ___, fish oil and eye drops.
Complete thread -- you'd be able to figure it out if you knew how to interpret and analyze.
Complete thread -- would the real *nm* please claim your posts? lol
Complete thread -- my abbreviation book lists both "mg%" and "mg/dL" meaning "milligrams per 100 milliliters"
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I just found something on google that said/sm
Complete thread -- mg% means mg/dL (and I type it as mg/dL but many people type mg%)
Complete thread -- Urinalysis, s/l 500 mg *percent* protein/sm
Complete thread -- More likely, it was simply a typo on the WB post. Why are you being so antagonistic?
Complete thread -- What? She said it was NOT sent in with "spinal".
Complete thread -- immediately contact QA and see if can stop (SEND)transmission to client
Complete thread -- Yes, "T" it was, a hearing/comprehension error, if talking about
Complete thread -- OMG, DUH! Report wasn't sent with spinal. I went with virgule. Thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- p.s. I agree with Nm that either is okay (but I prefer the virgule)
Complete thread -- what hearing error? The question was whether to use a dash or a virgule.
Complete thread -- hearing error -tibia-fibula "spiral" fractures or "tibia/fibula spinal" fractures
Complete thread -- Oh, yeah. Not paying attention, am I?
Complete thread -- well, the OP had both "spiral" and "spinal" so it's not really a "duh!".
Complete thread -- Guy if still "up" and still need an ear to listen, repost wav
Complete thread -- looks like ha 2 conditions - breast augmentation and breast reduction.sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, spinal okay. Duh!
Complete thread -- Either is okay. Just be consistent. Spinal, though?
Complete thread -- tibia-fibula spiral fractures or tibia/fibula spinal fractures (verbatim)
Complete thread -- to its fairly intact rim, natively normal.
Complete thread -- There was a prominence of the acetabulum here that was shaved back as ...
Complete thread -- We made these markings and laid the patient back down. All the staple ...
Complete thread -- At this point, we tried out multiple sizers and tailor tacked the skin ...
Complete thread -- should it be Mammary hyperplasia or hypoplasia?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Hear HOT and cold packs.
Complete thread -- packs. Core education/modification was given.
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Time to sign off. Good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "core ____"
Complete thread -- He will then follow up with the results in a couple of weeks to determ ...
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Complete thread -- I think both sentences begin with Provocation
Complete thread -- #1 Provocation #2 (I think he corrects to) Provocation
Complete thread -- I'm not sure on this one....there may be something else in there
Complete thread -- and dermatomes distally. <____> exam reveals positive straigh ...
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Complete thread -- in patellar
Complete thread -- #2 in all myotomes
Complete thread -- He has 5/5 motor strength distally. His reflexes are intact, 2+ bilat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- We will try and obtain those results.
Complete thread -- He denies any bowel or bladder incontinence, fevers, chills, or nausea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think he says "nausea and dizziness ?can cause the pain"
Complete thread -- Note: I think he says "severely limited" (not severe to limited).
Complete thread -- It is mostly aggravated with sitting down. His worse pain score is an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Bingo! Good going.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort. can it be big rig truck?
Complete thread -- I can't get it, sorry.
Complete thread -- The patient was driving in a #2 lane on a freeway when a large <__ ...
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Complete thread -- Impossible to tell.
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "thinks about it more than" ????
Complete thread -- We did discuss the possibility of injections; however, I would like to ...
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Complete thread -- I think I here "FABER"
Complete thread -- Physical examination reveals minimum pain with lumbar extension and tw ...
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Complete thread -- Could he be saying "of the AP size of the diameter"
Complete thread -- There are normal articular facets, normal ligamentum flavum. There is ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rhizotomy (see link)
Complete thread -- PLAN: Request for authorization for <____> or radiofrequency ...
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Complete thread -- then it stayed the same
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Complete thread -- Several aspects of her life have been affected by her pain such as sle ...
Complete thread -- No. You would be mixing imperial system with metric. Usually
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. 0.25-inch ok?
Complete thread -- She says "with a 1/4 inch"..but make with "with 1/4 inch"
Complete thread -- Then, all the wounds were cleaned. Mastisol was applied and the Frost ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "key" (see link)
Complete thread -- #2 canthus
Complete thread -- I would not use a comma after an "introductory then" except when
Complete thread -- Then, the patient was made to look upward and to open her mouth and th ...
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Complete thread -- a small strip of orbicularis
Complete thread -- Then, the supratarsal incision was done first on the right side and th ...
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Complete thread -- test (some docs dictate it as pinch test, but I would give her what she said)
Complete thread -- Then, the redundant skin on the upper eyelid was marked with a pinchin ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 "for ____ one"
Complete thread -- #1 pseudo-oriental eyelids
Complete thread -- Then, the supratarsal crease was marked a little higher than before be ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- mild (also think it s/b eyelids (plural) with redundant skin) **s also okay
Complete thread -- Also, she has **prominent crow’s feet, bags more in the medial and cen ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- think she's saying eyelids not eyelid
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 bags #2 more
Complete thread -- This is a 40-year-old female that has <____> on the lower eyel ...
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Complete thread -- s/b two 4-inch Ace
Complete thread -- dry,
Complete thread -- On the right side, then after the Dermabond was <____> Xerofor ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 let it dry
Complete thread -- making a little incision around the nipple itself to be ___ sterile drape
Complete thread -- #2making a little incision around the nipple itself to be ___"
Complete thread -- Then, all the wounds were cleaned and then a safety pin was applied ov ...
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Complete thread -- to be much better
Complete thread -- Now, the patient was compared for symmetry and it appeared that the ri ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "and they were _____"
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was done with cautery and then all the way to the superior ...
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Complete thread -- all across the inframammary crease (just as dictated later in the report)
Complete thread -- all across the inframammary
Complete thread -- same for #2 to avoid any dog-ear deformity
Complete thread -- Before the lateral aspect was closed, a small triangle of subcutaneous ...
Complete thread -- any
Complete thread -- 3. Also to avoid ________ dog-ear deformity
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Complete thread -- I think I hear #3 center also subcutaneous of dog-ear deformity
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 towards the center subcutaneous of dog-ear deformity
Complete thread -- #1 started
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was done with cautery so no breast tissue was removed from ...
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Complete thread -- I can't be sure, but based on these google hits CES as in
Complete thread -- Something like "of the triangles that were previously marked was done"
Complete thread -- Now, it was verified that the amount we removed on the medial and late ...
Complete thread -- Sugar Land, TX
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Complete thread -- Sugar LAnd, TX
Complete thread -- oops...no commas for that phrase
Complete thread -- Then the left side, that was much smaller, was done first. Infiltration
Complete thread -- I find corrective exercise specialist (see link)
Complete thread -- It was previously marked all the way down to the inframammary crease w ...
Complete thread -- No. Wrong initials.
Complete thread -- Maybe CES (as in clinical exercise physiologist) or (certified exercise physiologist) let
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Complete thread -- keyhole-type of pattern
Complete thread -- This is a 51-year-old female that has marked asymmetry of the breasts. ...
Complete thread -- What city and state?
Complete thread -- please and TIA. We will get him a note s/l to CES?? for an...
Complete thread -- It is all old and incorrect stuff - an old company I think. I am pretty happy there so
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It just seemed like
Complete thread -- There was some thickened tissue down underneath medial to the pedicle ...
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Complete thread -- He says didn't but I expanded the contraction.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "I really did not"
Complete thread -- "I really didn't"
Complete thread -- I brought the scope in, cleaned off some of the soft tissues, and then ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. was confused whether then able or unable
Complete thread -- that would make more sense
Complete thread -- don't hear on wav, but I think he corrected some with quite a bit
Complete thread -- I think I hear "then able"
Complete thread -- unable
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I was able to express it out with some pressure as well. Since the sy ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- got it - foul smelling
Complete thread -- He has been having urinary retention and also cloudy and ________ urine as well
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- basal?
Complete thread -- Echo was with severely hypokinetic (s/l) *nasal* half of the inferior wall with (sm)
Complete thread -- Justing thinking out loud..wondering if he's saying "a Rancho V to VI" referring to
Complete thread -- Check Rancho
Complete thread -- evidence of TBI by limited responsiveness. Charting shows s/l uh-ron-co 5 to 6 TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you. I must have tried every other search but that!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- good deal, Q!!
Complete thread -- Treasure 12 (by Asashi)
Complete thread -- Oh, crap! I searched the wrong thing LOL
Complete thread -- See my google results (link)
Complete thread -- s/l treasure trove (or trigger 12, or trigger trove) wire
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- incision was made at the PIPJ. (what I heard)
Complete thread -- Could she be saying "The subcutaneous skin was reapproximated" ...???
Complete thread -- where a 3-cm transverse _____. A rasp was then used to
Complete thread -- was then reduced. _____ approximated
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- Understood.
Complete thread -- A lot of accounts don't allow that little thingy above the E. Should be in their acct
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- It was "myriad".
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. thanks!
Complete thread -- Actually spelled Lelièvre apparently
Complete thread -- I can't get the blank...but I don't think there s/b a comma before "was"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "resect the head of the"
Complete thread -- I found something called a Lelievre procedure (French presumably) ...I'm
Complete thread -- quinoa something?
Complete thread -- Patient got sick after a lunch of s/l akine wobble
Complete thread -- neurovascular structures. _____ blunt dissection
Complete thread -- forceps was then used to _____ proximal phalanx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was what I heard also but wanted another set of ears to listen
Complete thread -- dorsally down to bone in a *true delease type* procedure
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound right to me.
Complete thread -- laparoscopic enterolysis freeing the omentum off of the **merited** of the adhesions
Complete thread -- Yes....though I think the term sounds terrible...but editing days are gone and
Complete thread -- I would. IMO
Complete thread -- So your point is that "range of motionwise" is OK?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "widened gyrus" (does that make sense with your context?)
Complete thread -- comma after glioma?
Complete thread -- presented with speech disturbance and was found to have a left motor strip
Complete thread -- not sure why my searches didn't reveal that
Complete thread -- yes (see link)
Complete thread -- MRI of knee
Complete thread -- Oops typo...I was just (not want)
Complete thread -- Not arguing either, I want just pointing out BoS2 specifically mentioned "wise" words to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster's shows it s/b joined (see link, scroll way down to
Complete thread -- I hear "endarterectomy without event." (Also I don't think hyphen on post, but I'll go
Complete thread -- Not arguing, but all those examples are in the dictionary.
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- sorry, "he was out of it" is typed but I don't think that's it. I didn't mean to leave th
Complete thread -- carotid endarterectomy. ______ He was out of it
Complete thread -- BoS2, page 379 says:
Complete thread -- failed ACL reconstruction-preop for revision s/l "super" laxity
Complete thread -- I should add that I often just don't transcribe the -wise part if it's not necessary.
Complete thread -- I always use a hyphen for my -wise words unless it is an actual dictionary word.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help.
Complete thread -- The commas for the parenthetical phrase are okay. And, while
Complete thread -- That's how I always do it.
Complete thread -- yep, looks great to me.
Complete thread -- and, in fact, does....comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- Ok thanks.
Complete thread -- All examples at Merriam Webster's Dictionary for the suffix form show as one word.
Complete thread -- range of motion wise or range of motionwise??
Complete thread -- thank you isgal!
Complete thread -- I thought that too, but dismissed as so "clear" is dictator a consultant reading maybe?
Complete thread -- falciform
Complete thread -- It was there (erased) when I went back to listen again.
Complete thread -- There was plenty of fat around the area and the ___ ligament was also encroaching i
Complete thread -- that's what i hear 'very dry'
Complete thread -- No wav? I hear the old one ... sorry.
Complete thread -- thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- I'm almost positive he meant FABER. Thanks all
Complete thread -- I thought of that, but it sounds more like "waped and dry" to me.
Complete thread -- anyone hear wiped dry?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- the field was very dry and both
Complete thread -- Solitary tumor was seen ______ left ureteral orifice
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Gaenslen's, thigh thrust, left ___[s/l Felber?], bilateral compression.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "___ and dry" (can't get the first word)
Complete thread -- thanks taco!
Complete thread -- Her vitamin D level was low
Complete thread -- t the end of the procedure, the field was ___and both the meshes were sitting satisfa
Complete thread -- She has been exercising, losing weight. She ______ level is low and i ...
Complete thread -- I spell well too.
Complete thread -- I would not cap neuroradiologyl. everything else looks fine IMO
Complete thread -- was put in for 2 days?
Complete thread -- Foley catheter ___________. We will see
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- cap neuroradiology? everything else look ok?
Complete thread -- suggestion - Seems they should have provided what is called sm
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- evaluation of hematuria. _______ the bladder tumor
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- NOTE: He does not say artery, he says orifice
Complete thread -- was achieved. _______ French Foley catheter
Complete thread -- tumor was seen ______ left ureteral orifice
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- i hear and
Complete thread -- in vs. and. sm
Complete thread -- The Book of Style would support you. However, if that's what they want...
Complete thread -- I need a site for backup - a rule site.
Complete thread -- I actually do hear "left hip post dislocation." I think he means the dislocation happened
Complete thread -- Nevermind.
Complete thread -- Wouldn't that be chondroplasty?
Complete thread -- s/l inferior 'decrease condyloplasty' over the 5th metatarsal head.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it. I did not hear "post reduction" tho
Complete thread -- pls ignore post - that is not heard
Complete thread -- ☝ahh - foroblique! and it was probably "lenses" not "ender". Good answer, nm.
Complete thread -- fall and sustained a left hip _______ post dislocation
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- OP! I sure hope you come back and see the correct answer is ethanol, not albumin.
Complete thread -- foroblique lenses (wav gone so did not listen SM & link
Complete thread -- well, I guess that would be *she* had - sorry, didn't notice she was a she.
Complete thread -- yes, but it's a new sentence: "At least in the past, *he had* elevated alcohol"
Complete thread -- it is *ethanol* level
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I wonder if missing word/words? "left hip fracture versus dislocation"
Complete thread -- not sure at all, so wait for another ear "albumin level of' SM
Complete thread -- not sure at all, so wait for another ear "albumin level of' SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear, at least in the past, "elevated alcohol"
Complete thread -- hypertriglyceridemia. ______ elevated alcohol (I think I hear it but not sure)
Complete thread -- showed _____ level of 207 mg/dL
Complete thread -- sustained a left hip *bose* dislocation which was
Complete thread -- injected confirming that it was ______. The calyces appeared normal
Complete thread -- both the 4 oblique and the right-angle (ender?)
Complete thread -- examined using both _____. The findings were as noted
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- switch them around IMO. tissue off the medial surface of
Complete thread -- no MP3 or not playing.
Complete thread -- exiting the urethra.
Complete thread -- urethra and bladder. _____. AND 22-French _____ cystoscop
Complete thread -- in the renal pelvis, _____ stent was well visualized _____ urethr
Complete thread -- use of off and of correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
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Complete thread -- No knots were showing and etc
Complete thread -- The femoral condyle cartilage was also healthy along the lateral side ...
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Complete thread -- from
Complete thread -- The 0.12 forceps were used to gently remove the foreign body <____ ...
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Complete thread -- This primary
Complete thread -- This was gently deepened to the superficial fascia and once the deep f ...
Complete thread -- thanks Q.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "chronic"
Complete thread -- Extremities: Reveal ______ edema.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- throws
Complete thread -- This was sent for histopathologic examination. The wound was thorough ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "This mound of"
Complete thread -- This mound of
Complete thread -- There was an interval created between the deep fascial level and the a ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "this dissection."
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- This was gently deepened through the superficial fascia and down to th ...
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- s/b Cotton test (cap) (see link)
Complete thread -- # than it was on the medial side, though (or although) there
Complete thread -- I find only guidewire in Vera Pyle's and in The Surgical Word Book
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Complete thread -- I know cardiology uses guidewire, but I'm finding guide wire as it related to
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Complete thread -- We used pointed reduction forceps to reduce the fracture and placed gu ...
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Complete thread -- laced and tobramycin laced normal saline in both sites??
Complete thread -- She overall looked good here in the lateral side. We turned attention ...
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Complete thread -- #1 and some osteopenia.
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Complete thread -- The patient had patellofemoral and medial compartment to undergo a lig ...
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Complete thread -- at the ?rim of the
Complete thread -- His lateral compartment overall looked good and pristine. There was a ...
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Complete thread -- CORRECTION : I hear "as well, all evidenced by"
Complete thread -- a little bit on the anteromedial
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Complete thread -- I'm not really sure on this one..I think I hear it, but I'm not sure it makes sense with
Complete thread -- #2 did not use
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. yeah, he changed his mind (as usual)
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Complete thread -- both at the beginning and the end (also I hear quarter percent ..not half percent)
Complete thread -- The patient had a standard arthroscopy first by establishing an antero ...
Complete thread -- m hearing "felt for thoroughness"
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Complete thread -- felt for ??? and the fact that he did have...
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Complete thread -- abraded wear (he says *abradive*)
Complete thread -- 1. again ("and found good" but corrected to) and ...
Complete thread -- It overall looked good. We then assessed the superior labrum <___ ...
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Complete thread -- probably an estimated?
Complete thread -- 1. probably a _____ 2. wobble through this
Complete thread -- I did use electrocautery on the frayed labral tissue around it and the ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 awfully close, again,
Complete thread -- #1 here, just a hair. It had
Complete thread -- I reassessed it and found that it was very stable. I was concerned ab ...
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Complete thread -- He says what you have (he shaved and cauterized)
Complete thread -- is he correcting himself?
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Complete thread -- just a very small area of
Complete thread -- The superior labrum looked good. He had some slight fraying of the po ...
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Complete thread -- but overall it did not look bad.
Complete thread -- The biceps tendon had a little bit of fraying, but overall did not  ...
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Complete thread -- , a tennis player,
Complete thread -- The patient is a 37-year-old male with history of right-sided shoulder ...
Complete thread -- is this the same dictator?
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Complete thread -- I should say "mal" is a prefix
Complete thread -- No. It is a prefix...
Complete thread -- Ty Q.
Complete thread -- I also hear that but I am not sure how to spell it. Is it a shortcut of malicious intent?
Complete thread -- Looks like it s/b one word, malintent
Complete thread -- I hear "mal intent" let me check spelling
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Agree that "as needed" sounds strange.
Complete thread -- thanks -added comma
Complete thread -- drug pat does have heart issues
Complete thread -- I would think "no Tinel over it" fits.
Complete thread -- also, I'd say dryness, abnormal scars. Comma in there.
Complete thread -- I guess that would be possible if clear.
Complete thread -- ____percent of the tunnel?
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Complete thread -- I'd say it is okay, instead of a huge surgery, he's doing a mini surgery.
Complete thread -- mini decompression ?
Complete thread -- Lol! I know it's bad. I am used to her though.
Complete thread -- I am surprised you got any of that, because on this end, I can't get half of what you even
Complete thread -- Hysteroscopy with D&C: Whatever was in the ____ was sent for pathology.
Complete thread -- My mom actually is on a cream, but those initials don't fit with hers.. Oh well...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sounds good. I couldn't find diddly squat.
Complete thread -- See link for a list of some specific compounded creams
Complete thread -- ATAA apply to affected area (a total guess)
Complete thread -- Pain management clinic note: Refill the KGCGLK compounding cream ATAA. any ideas??
Complete thread -- thanks mt
Complete thread -- cefepime - got it
Complete thread -- cefepime
Complete thread -- The last sputum culture grew pseudomonas so he was put on 10 days of _ ...
Complete thread -- could be-tingling sensation over cyst
Complete thread -- gnaglion cyst -no s/l Tinel (?) over it. Make sense?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- s/l "thinning"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think the beginning of the blank is cut off (not hearing on your recording).
Complete thread -- impacted stone visualized on CT, ___________ in renal parenchyma
Complete thread -- ___ in the left pouch of Douglas
Complete thread -- Last part: "on the scan, and no signs of DIE involving the bowel."
Complete thread -- There was mild ___ involving the bowel.
Complete thread -- Just lucky. The "mister" (MR) part was coming through loud and clear.
Complete thread -- WOW, you are amazing vlad! Thank you!
Complete thread -- If cardiologist, might have been Andrew Wilson.
Complete thread -- Check on MRgFUS.
Complete thread -- please help! Anyone!???
Complete thread -- Wrong link. See message.
Complete thread -- I think I was wrong. Sorry! She is or was visiting from the UK (see link)
Complete thread -- I also discussed with her that ____ treatment could reduce the fibroid volume and mo
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- That might be it (really thick accent doctor), thanks!
Complete thread -- try coaptive coagulation?
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "Ann M (instead of Marie) Wilson"
Complete thread -- Procedure colonoscopy with "coactive" coagulation
Complete thread -- I just can't quite hear that
Complete thread -- Ann-Marie Wilson?
Complete thread -- agree "entrainment" sm
Complete thread -- Agree, but I don't hear "with" in that sentence at all. Tack up dura/dural tack-up...
Complete thread -- oops, I was still searching when you posted,
Complete thread -- "chuckle"
Complete thread -- wonder if "dura/dural in there. As in, tack up dura with tack up stitches
Complete thread -- Doctor name help Doc is in Fitzroy VIC Australia
Complete thread -- howdy...
Complete thread -- dural tack-up stitches (maybe he doesn't want the first "tack up."
Complete thread -- I think he stumbled there and there is no blank.
Complete thread -- Late, but I think "dural."
Complete thread -- Thanks. Flagging, can't hear it.
Complete thread -- make sense to me, if Keppra patient,(seizures) dose to prevent possible seizure sm/link
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- def says keppra
Complete thread -- got it - titanium mesh cranial plate
Complete thread -- hey ...
Complete thread -- approximately 7 cm x 5 cm __________ mesh cranial plate
Complete thread -- Tack up _____with tack-up stitches
Complete thread -- "in the patient"? History of seizures for the patient. Keppra?
Complete thread -- Correct. I guess its like a big dose to get her level up quick? but Keppra before
Complete thread -- entrainment
Complete thread -- Keppra was *loaded* on the patient
Complete thread -- knee surgery s/l deformation
Complete thread -- Thanks you, vlad!
Complete thread -- We did mapping and *entrangement* studies
Complete thread -- on settings - lol
Complete thread -- copious blood-tinged, whitish, cloudy, thick purulent material
Complete thread -- duh, i get it
Complete thread -- thanks - just hear that ON after that
Complete thread -- micron fiber
Complete thread -- s/l fibron setting
Complete thread -- I am unsure where hyphens and commas belong in this
Complete thread -- my first thought as well-you confirmed
Complete thread -- Bledsoe?
Complete thread -- If patient is female, maybe Viorele (birth control). Reading the "r" as a "c"?
Complete thread -- brace for knee instability
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- got it - dry purulent material
Complete thread -- Medictation spelled out: Viocele. Cannot confirm. Other meds:
Complete thread -- There is clearly mesh exposed with dry ____ and material.
Complete thread -- Actually, it is bumper and clamp and dressing were (if that's what others hear)
Complete thread -- bumper, clamp and dressing?
Complete thread -- Bumper and _______ dressing was applied
Complete thread -- Palpation was _____ within the stomach cavity
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Complete thread -- bolus ___ 2 cm
Complete thread -- (who) asked for a?
Complete thread -- insufflated with _____ cm inferior and lateral
Complete thread -- status post trach _____ PEG tube
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Complete thread -- She was consented and brought to the operating room for surgical left ...
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Complete thread -- bleeding free bone edges (I hear this but this is not my area of
Complete thread -- bleeding free? bone edges
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Complete thread -- I performed bilateral laminotomies, mesiofacetectomies, and lateral re ...
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Complete thread -- He's giving you some kind of instruction...something like:
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Complete thread -- what she quantifies
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Complete thread -- Her pain is described as aching. It is worse in the evening. Sleep h ...
Complete thread -- generator IS near end..
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Complete thread -- Her pulse generator was near end of life and she <____> for re ...
Complete thread -- linear?
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything...I googled wildcard "diffuse * gastritis" but it was no help
Complete thread -- Inspection of stomach wall revealed diffuse s/l leonard gastritis emanating TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- this came back from doctor as *in relation*
Complete thread -- Sure sounds like that's right, even though it's a horrible dictator. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Kartagener syndrome? WAG
Complete thread -- Diagnosis ofs/l cartazium syndrome. (This is a pulmonary report. Patient has asthma)
Complete thread -- I suspect implantation.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Dorland's supports it (see message inside)
Complete thread -- I am going to refer the patient to you for "plantation" of the IOL lens.
Complete thread -- I presumed MT has client preference to expand, otherwise I wouldn't expand either.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't expand that since it isnt in the diagnosis part.
Complete thread -- You did, thank you. :) Doesn't seem wrong either way or change meaning. QA being nitpicky,
Complete thread -- Just curious as to why you would need to expand ITs?
Complete thread -- Thank you! :) nm
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- I would expand "under iliotibials"
Complete thread -- With drugs we are told to use generic if both items sound the same. I have
Complete thread -- Bilateral below-knee amputee, OT note/sm
Complete thread -- not sure if he means the "real product" of Play-Doh or a generic? I'd probably go with
Complete thread -- play dough or Play-Doh? His stools are like play dough.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- yes, bone spur
Complete thread -- I was just coming to suggest "bone spur" but Q beat me to it.
Complete thread -- See if you can hear "bone spur"
Complete thread -- AC joint separation MRI results showing s/l pose per deformity
Complete thread -- Possibly. See link for google hits of exact phrase..see what you think
Complete thread -- Seems to google well
Complete thread -- He had a 2nd bypass *s/l run* because of tricuspid regurgitation.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I considered that because the words sound so close, but
Complete thread -- not and releasing her lip?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- contracture in releasing her
Complete thread -- The first effort will be made in reducing the next scar contracture in the ___ her
Complete thread -- cannot hear Lewy, but thanks for the try - will flag.
Complete thread -- works best if post voice file, so this is a guess on s/l few sm
Complete thread -- Scroll down to hit #8
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing and Lewy suspension apparatus (see link)
Complete thread -- I believe the QA is on the right track-see rule 5 of this grammar link, but
Complete thread -- s/l "few" suspension apparatus. Plse sm for context and sentence
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- Reminds me of the Jetsons - "Jane, his wife"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "TMA wound" makes sense (a wound at the transmetatarsal amputation site)
Complete thread -- TMA s/l wound
Complete thread -- amend that..."and on top of that she did not want to have repeeat bloods now."
Complete thread -- What I hear is "she did not want to have repeat bloods now."
Complete thread -- stable RBC?
Complete thread -- stable on the Imuran with satisfactory blood tests and____ and will have repeat blood
Complete thread -- I see you figured it out, so never mind.
Complete thread -- What's the patient's condition - that will help us know what kind of doc we're looking for
Complete thread -- aha! I got it, Jane, the niece, a previous report talks about her niece. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Could she be saying Jane, the nurse?
Complete thread -- _____ has been extensively involved during her inpatient care - Dr in VIC AUS
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- New heading? DISCHARGE FINDINGS: 1.
Complete thread -- abdominal pain and weight loss. 3. _____
Complete thread -- can't think of anything. Can you post audio?
Complete thread -- knee surgery for meniscus. S/l mal ment
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Complete thread -- L2-L3 vertebral interspace was identified and marked with the monitor(?)
Complete thread -- over the superior vena cava was marked? (were marked)
Complete thread -- renal veins ____ marked
Complete thread -- L2-L3
Complete thread -- inferior vena cava _____. Cook needle backed out
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Pertinent positives showed a serum glucose...
Complete thread -- She did some blood work ______ positives, ___ serum glucose of 109. Her cholesterol
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Complete thread -- Sounds feasible. Look in mtdictionary.com. It comes up. References also on Google.
Complete thread -- s/l intrathecal ? ( not finding much on Google)
Complete thread -- anxiety
Complete thread -- She sometimes complains of ____ with activities.
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- He had an MRI couple of weeks ago which revealed the tear at L5-S1 dis ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- He describes the pain as aching. It is constant and is worse during t ...
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Complete thread -- lung contusion, pleural effusion...
Complete thread -- CT scan of the left elbow reveals no evidence of fracture or inferior ...
Complete thread -- Opinions needed: 2+, symmetric patellar and Achilles reflexes or 2+ symmetric
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Well, my insomnia has run its course, so good night. ;)
Complete thread -- has admitted alcohol, does not use...?
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Complete thread -- I hear - She does not drink alcohol and does not use any tobacco.
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Mother has arthritis, cancer, headaches and high bl ...
Complete thread -- I thought I hear Cardizem somewhere in the blank, but not sure..
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Complete thread -- "___ the ACDF" (see link) (blank is a little word like at or of or ?)
Complete thread -- no idea. not in report so far.
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Noncontributory. PAST SURGICAL HISTORY ...
Complete thread -- Do you know if the patient has hypertension?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will flag it.
Complete thread -- She has tried pain medications over-the-counter to improve her pain; h ...
Complete thread -- I think part of the dictation is missing....All I hear is a tiny click
Complete thread -- At C7-T1, there was severe right and mild left neural foraminal narrow ...
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Complete thread -- CORRECTION: I think he said "She had also" For blank could he be saying "taken on"?
Complete thread -- She has also an MRI of the cervical and lumbar spine. The cervical sp ...
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Complete thread -- That's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- The patient was riding along a street **lane where a car suddenly came ...
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Complete thread -- typo...emanating
Complete thread -- "hold true and her pain is eminating"
Complete thread -- She plans on going on vacation after the injection and would like more ...
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Complete thread -- Two things. It's possible he changed his mind from "below her
Complete thread -- Chest pain palpitations with palpitations with extension and twisting ...
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Complete thread -- I would think it should be abnormal to be a *defect*....though I do
Complete thread -- I think I hear "X-ray correlation is recommended."
Complete thread -- CORRECTION (I think)"At L4-5 there is a normal disk signal ?frank defect as suspected"
Complete thread -- At L4-L5, there were normal disk signal defects suspected without evid ...
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Complete thread -- evidence
Complete thread -- Her MRI was performed on February 24, 2016. Her diagnosis is lumbar f ...
Complete thread -- #2 90 and neutral degrees of supination and pronation
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Complete thread -- 1. used on the skin 2. 90 and neutral degrees of supination/pronation
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Complete thread -- We then closed the subcutaneous tissue using 2-0 Vicryl and staples __ ...
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Complete thread -- (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort and correction
Complete thread -- But I'm not sure what he's saying for the blank. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "place a #2 suture and repair a portion of the capsule"
Complete thread -- Thanks. extended wav posted.
Complete thread -- I was able to get it and keep it compressed and it was relatively stab ...
Complete thread -- It something like "and passed it through here" or "and passed the 2 here" or
Complete thread -- I think you have a problem with the sentence "suture repair, portion" ...doesn't
Complete thread -- We then placed a 4.5 mm anchor at the edge of the lateral epicondylar ...
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Complete thread -- I was careful with the posterior interosseous nerve and the (I think)
Complete thread -- Partially what I hear is "I was careful with _________and the"
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- We then did essentially a standard Kocher incision dissecting down thr ...
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Complete thread -- of the axillary nerve and?
Complete thread -- I debrided around the shoulder and then used electrocautery to complet ...
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying "a hair. We placed this one medial"
Complete thread -- We also placed 1 medial anchor. Prior to this, we did lightly decorti ...
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Complete thread -- I was concerned then would just tear through this one remaining
Complete thread -- wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- Can you re-post? The WAV disappeared.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: "decent" (not descent)
Complete thread -- She had a very large supraspinatus and infraspinatus tear but in addit ...
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Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- wonder if it is "threaded it on the cannula"
Complete thread -- no "and"
Complete thread -- I think I hear something like "(?and) threaded it on the ____." We then
Complete thread -- We did poke one small hole with awl to get some bleeding here. This w ...
Complete thread -- a portion of
Complete thread -- The fracture line is now less distinct with new bone bridging _____ th ...
Complete thread -- could be. I was hearing *appendaged*. Not sure I understand what he is
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "appended"?
Complete thread -- The previous study showed the fluid density and soft tissue swelling m ...
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Complete thread -- get exposure
Complete thread -- I then placed 2 cortical screws proximally in the shaft achieving fixa ...
Complete thread -- I was thinking that to, lol.
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Complete thread -- BoS2 says grades are GENERALLY written in arabic, but there are
Complete thread -- grade I or grade 1?
Complete thread -- You sure it's not tan to orange?
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Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought so too.
Complete thread -- I think "tanned" is describing the color "orange", and I wouldn't use any comma after
Complete thread -- looks good to me, but i'm not an expert on punctuation. I'd go with it.
Complete thread -- There is tanned, orange, translucent drainage. Punctuation correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- equivalents or equivalence?
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack
Complete thread -- That makes better sense, thanks.
Complete thread -- in the car?
Complete thread -- Is this correct?
Complete thread -- Are you sure you're paying attention to all the details? Ha ha.
Complete thread -- agree ^^^
Complete thread -- I just saw this and listened, and you got it. AND supple. right. some posts are crappy.
Complete thread -- amazing taco... Thank you!
Complete thread -- thenar
Complete thread -- ☂ the answer was "supple" here and your post is crap.
Complete thread -- She has had ___ wasting for quite a long and it is quite likely that this may not rec
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing Q, there sure are multiple spellings on board
Complete thread -- finally got the MP3 up, For sure, "supple"
Complete thread -- glad you got IT. For another time, there are opposite side (subtle) tests, sm
Complete thread -- ah! Thanks!
Complete thread -- OK, yeah, he is saying "*and* supple" not "*in* supple."
Complete thread -- Added an MP3
Complete thread -- I have added an MP3. Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Oh wait... You say "neither" fits here, not both. Haha. I will get a wav. Just a sec
Complete thread -- thanks both! He clearly says SUPPLE, but I wasn't sure that fit. I will put supple. :)
Complete thread -- Wav works best if able (for accuracy) I'd guess subtle. but who knows for sure
Complete thread -- Neither one fits here, imo. If you can post audio, I'll give it a listen.
Complete thread -- No conscience, empathy, remorse, embarrassment, shame=?
Complete thread -- There is no pain in ______ [supple/subtle] internal and external rotation
Complete thread -- not really enough info, how about ROS,list more? Wav?
Complete thread -- s/l = Trusopt®, glaucoma & Cosopt for glaucoma sm
Complete thread -- Head hanging. I guess it's cause I'm new.. Snork 35 years... Thanks.
Complete thread -- Actually a hemostat according to this link
Complete thread -- Crile appendix clamp
Complete thread -- Must blank it - would still appreciate suggestions. Thanks in advance.
Complete thread -- Open appy: "the appendix was grasped at its base using *krile* and both SM
Complete thread -- thin cuts
Complete thread -- ☂☂ I double that umbrella. Absolute crap answer.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I additionally would like to get a CT with _____ of the mastoid to see if it is
Complete thread -- Her current medications include Lasix, ____, Cosopt, and prednisone forte.
Complete thread -- atypical S/l care-ti-cone-none
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- allergic??
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- no ______ (sorry, can't get it)
Complete thread -- After careful negative aspiration for blood and cerebrospinal fluid, 0 ...
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Complete thread -- during the catheter insertion
Complete thread -- A final position of the catheter was at the C4-C5 interspace within th ...
Complete thread -- dang, guess it should be An
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Complete thread -- First position
Complete thread -- Nerve root and epidural space were visualized with 1 mL of Isovue-M 30 ...
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Complete thread -- Perifix (with a cap)
Complete thread -- he says *A* 18 gauge, not *The*
Complete thread -- Then, a 17-gauge, 3.5-inch Tuohy epidural needle was then advanced int ...
Complete thread -- Anyway. I forgot to thank you, poi........Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Phew! That's probably it. He pronounces w/o the 'i'. Thank you very much, Q!!
Complete thread -- Thread reposted above.
Complete thread -- I might add, although sounds like bottom of barrel, it is cleari
Complete thread -- I hear mild pull away and makes sense to me, (rotational movement of arm to pull away link
Complete thread -- Might be anisomastia (see link)
Complete thread -- The potential for bottoming out and _____ secondary to the large implants was also...
Complete thread -- This could be if there is a brief cut-off of voice right there. The quality is certainly
Complete thread -- mild pull away??
Complete thread -- Yes, just relistened. I will flag. Thanks for trying, Q!
Complete thread -- Doesn't really s/l narrowing to me now that I'm relistening.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "mild narrowing"? What an awful sound. My sympathies.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Neither would make sense to me. Let me research a bit.
Complete thread -- Hmm. Thanks for trying. I have tried to Google every which way. He must be mispronouncing.
Complete thread -- He speaks so clearly, but I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- MP3 now posted. Thank you.
Complete thread -- These were the risks of surgery. Thanks.
Complete thread -- "mild or mile" away of the glenohumeral joint.
Complete thread -- What's the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- The potential for bottoming out and "en-so-masty" secondary to the large implants...
Complete thread -- never mind. it was levemir...
Complete thread -- med list for nursing home pt... s/l "Mir 25 units" at 9 a.m. No dx given
Complete thread -- Note Tessier's Surgical Word Book is misspelling it as Struyken
Complete thread -- ☂ held and withheld are not the *same thing*
Complete thread -- ☝ Good job, poi and EM!
Complete thread -- No, but I was pretty darn close to the Struycken surname. :)
Complete thread -- I reviewed this entire brochure, found it on page 69 (yeah, boring day at poi's house)
Complete thread -- Struycken (link to google search)
Complete thread -- dang, your suggestion did not work either Karl Storz strütken-type middle turbinate sm
Complete thread -- g or j? I was hearing more like "strütken." Maybe Guy will post answer if he got it from
Complete thread -- I believe "withheld" is this dictators word use of "held" i.e., same thing
Complete thread -- you might try google Bil. middle turbinate concha bullosa "findings"
Complete thread -- sorry no luck with turbinate scissiors, looked under “G”s and “Js” sm
Complete thread -- Sounds like a German or Swedish word but I don't recognize it.
Complete thread -- cuts...
Complete thread -- At this point, a sickle knife was gently used to enter the concha bull ...
Complete thread -- FINDINGS AT SURGERY: 1. Markedly deviated nasal septum. 2. Enlar ...
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Markedly deviated septum <____> with blockage on both sides of ...
Complete thread -- Time for me to saw some wood. Good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- age over
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Chronic serous otitis media. 2. Ear ...
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Complete thread -- Kennedy 4 cm (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The rest of the inferior turbinate was gently outfractured on each sid ...
Complete thread -- I think your only options are flag or verbatim...I would go verbatim
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- See my response on thread below this one.
Complete thread -- I'll probably get flack for this, but reading the first hit on
Complete thread -- When the left maxillary sinus was irrigated, extensive thick mucoid ma ...
Complete thread -- he is saying "frontal path sinus assist was used" in the body of report. should i write
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- PathAssist (see link)
Complete thread -- At this point, irrigation of the right maxillary sinus was performed. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying Entellus Fiagon system (see link)
Complete thread -- Entellus is the first word...I'm still working on the last part
Complete thread -- TITLE OF OPERATION: 1. Bilateral frontal sinusotomy with tissue rem ...
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- Great care was taken to avoid turning the blade towards the lateral or ...
Complete thread -- ooooh, yuck!....but glad you were around
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2. tonsil stones she spits out that smell bad
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "bilateral cheek" ..see link
Complete thread -- I think I hear "bilateral cheek" ..see link
Complete thread -- This is a 59-year-old female with marked postnasal drip <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can only get the last part "________ smell bad"
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 and she would like
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant patient who has been treated previously with e ...
Complete thread -- Looks like we both made it to the same page... ;)
Complete thread -- The "and" does now sound like "he"...but I still hear "loudly"
Complete thread -- I relistened I think it IS he speaks "loudly"
Complete thread -- He turns up the TV all the time ;he speaks slowly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "turns up the TV all the time and speaks loudly. He"
Complete thread -- This is a 5-year-old Hispanic male who has a hearing loss and he has a ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I should add that I did check to see that it is used in GYN terminology too.
Complete thread -- tumorlets (see link...2nd hit)
Complete thread -- proliferative endometrium with polypoid fragments of mesenchymal tumor s/l lets. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- white glistening?
Complete thread -- The proximal eponychium was reflected exposing the <____> matr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- programmed again
Complete thread -- The patient will be brought to the recovery area and _____ and then wi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he is correcting himself
Complete thread -- The puncture wound for the percutaneous lead extension was covered wit ...
Complete thread -- vlad...
Complete thread -- vlad...
Complete thread -- Hummingbird Ventricular Bolt Based ICP Monitoring - for the archives...
Complete thread -- never mind - it IS Hummingbird (neuromonitoring)
Complete thread -- Hx of TBI and had a s/l *hummingbird* placement...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Glad you got it.
Complete thread -- I would expect to hear "pressure was held" (in order to stop bleeding)
Complete thread -- It's buffer
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Click on the Find Box at the top and it will take you to there
Complete thread -- See if you can hear "barrier" ...see link...it describes your context
Complete thread -- yes, that's been fixed - sorry
Complete thread -- You have a problem with the construct of the first sentence.
Complete thread -- Ah-ha!
Complete thread -- tenting (see link)
Complete thread -- The catheter was then withdrawn, *pressure* withheld.
Complete thread -- pericardial tenting (would make sense)
Complete thread -- create a *buckle* between the vein and the skin.
Complete thread -- CT Angiogram - ESL
Complete thread -- I was curious and found the surgeon was F A Wies (here are his PubMed articles)
Complete thread -- Agree. (front my baaad)
Complete thread -- "in the foot reconstitutes" I mean (I just hear "foot" where Q hears "front")
Complete thread -- I hear "in the foot" for this one.
Complete thread -- 1st blank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2nd blank
Complete thread -- agree with Q
Complete thread -- I think I hear "PT in the front reconstitutes"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "distal AT reconstitutes"
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ?mild myxoid degeneration?
Complete thread -- artery, distal ______ with outflow to the right AND PT _____ via collaterals
Complete thread -- myxoid is all I can think of - must be saying it funny (it fits context perfectly)
Complete thread -- doc says like my (rhymes with eye) mi-ax-oid, must be myxoid??
Complete thread -- Left knee MRI indicates **some my-ax-oid degeneration** and degenerative lateral
Complete thread -- also lists Wies entropion incision
Complete thread -- Tessier's Surgical Word Book lists Wies procedure
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I have it as Weis, and find Weis on google. It asked do you mean Weis when i typed Wies.
Complete thread -- Is it Weis or Wies procedure for entropion? I'm finding both! :) Thanks!
Complete thread -- I agree that "dry ice" makes sense and sounds like what I remember hearing.
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you b k l o l i!!
Complete thread -- Miralax
Complete thread -- it had 2 syllables - i listened multiple times. and perhaps the doc
Complete thread -- Her bowels open with the use of Movicol 4 sachets daily and___twice weekly
Complete thread -- *slowed down (not speeded/sped up), I guess. You know, to a southern drawl. :)
Complete thread -- you of all people should recoginize an umbrella and what it means.
Complete thread -- taco...
Complete thread -- fluff to vlad
Complete thread -- I wasn't here to listen, but hmm maybe Aussie accents do resemble those in the American
Complete thread -- if you heard that, why didn't you post it? That WAV has been gone quite a while now.
Complete thread -- I don't hear dry ice, it started with "P" podofilox
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- Uunable?
Complete thread -- Ah, that works far better than my guess that I didn't post ("dry ass").
Complete thread -- switched sides?
Complete thread -- appears to have "switched sides"
Complete thread -- Clamps were placed "in there" Uunable to see typo huh? wee="were"
Complete thread -- She had a functional cyst in November 2015 and this appears to have ___ at 5 cm
Complete thread -- holy cow b k l o l I! You are seriously amazing! Thank you!
Complete thread -- dry ice?
Complete thread -- wee?
Complete thread -- The warty lesion on her perineum has resolved following ___ treatment.
Complete thread -- tied to themselves to plicate (comma) and transfer the retractors...
Complete thread -- #1 to themselves (but then there's a lot more than that)
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- I hear, Clamps wee placed "in there"
Complete thread -- me too, there or them, but I didn't answer cuz I didn't know which.
Complete thread -- Live fluroscopy means "real time" the results are seen on monitor "right away" live
Complete thread -- so you're probably right
Complete thread -- ok, thanks, i heard there or them
Complete thread -- I think I hear "then"
Complete thread -- Clamps were placed in ______ (think I hear it - not 100%)
Complete thread -- "examined to extremely small and the scrotal with edema" makes no sense.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 22 French cystoscope sheath and obturator were lubricated
Complete thread -- Omnipaque
Complete thread -- obturator, then lubricated...
Complete thread -- Then 30 mL of half strength _____ was injected into the
Complete thread -- cystoscope sheath and _____, lubricated, the patient’s
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- poi a simple google, brings up "MANY" entries of live fluroscopy link
Complete thread -- using filiforms and followers ... using the Van Buren sounds
Complete thread -- filiform _____, the urethra AND Using the _____, the urethra
Complete thread -- under aseptic _____ blood supply AND Stortz cystoscope _____ after lubricant
Complete thread -- No it doesn't that I can tell. The rest is here.
Complete thread -- maybe left "ear" cyst, but I would think the rest of the report would have some clues.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- field
Complete thread -- Marcaine 0.25% 4 mL was used to give a _____ block.
Complete thread -- a few blanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Pt has had adjuvant hydro - something and mediastinal radiation for thymic carcinoma.
Complete thread -- The O2 saturation was _________. I asked for
Complete thread -- sent to the emergency room because of _______ blood loss. This started
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Nonunion of right patella. 2. Painfu ...
Complete thread -- sweet dreams
Complete thread -- Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 nasal choana
Complete thread -- I think I hear 50% (not 60%)..but your call
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- palate. First
Complete thread -- A Crowe-Davis was used to retract the endotracheal tube and tongue inf ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- That's what I hear, but as he's made verbal mistakes and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Then, the needle was injected into the C7-T1 interlaminar space. **Th ...
Complete thread -- I sure like that better, but it's gone so I can't confirm hearing it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear... immediately ______.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "while I was talking to the patient"
Complete thread -- It showed that it was in the iliopsoas plane
Complete thread -- caudally. In the anterior posterior position, it showed that it was
Complete thread -- Then, 3 mL of 1% along with 10 mL of 0.25% Marcaine was injected and t ...
Complete thread -- can it be "iliopsoas plane"?
Complete thread -- spilling
Complete thread -- I find the term used with fluoroscopy, but I don't understand what it means. See what you
Complete thread -- Once that was done, in the anterior and posterior view, administration ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Not sure what it means, but I think I hear "easily a source plane" I'm going to see what
Complete thread -- I think I hear "easily ______". And **in a coaxial** is what I hear
Complete thread -- In a lateral projection, the tip of the needle was seen to be in the s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This is for #1 blank
Complete thread -- I think I hear "confirmatory" (see link)
Complete thread -- #2 rhizotomy
Complete thread -- I can't hear it clearly, but since he used the word "twisting" for
Complete thread -- She will then be a good candidate after having 2 positive <____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- twisting?
Complete thread -- The patient was then transferred to the recovery room and in the recov ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- I think there s/b a period after injected. "injected. After contrast etc"
Complete thread -- maybe "the joint, the needle was then removed."
Complete thread -- U R sure he says 23 and not 22
Complete thread -- I think I hear on #2 "the joint, the needle was removed."
Complete thread -- Next, I turned my attention to the L4 facet joint where a 23-gauge nee ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- 1. bone off of the... vertebral process 2. obstruction?
Complete thread -- The only part I can get is where he changes his mind from "was contacted" to
Complete thread -- Then, a 23-gauge needle was advanced down to the superior articular pr ...
Complete thread -- To "mt" (who asked the question on 2/25/16 about using 0.012 (metric) with inch
Complete thread -- Sorry if i came across as condescending; I didn't mean to.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- sorry I can't get your blanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as well as the S1 sulcus
Complete thread -- Then, at that time, a 22-gauge needle was advanced down to the superio ...
Complete thread -- ☂ don't waste your time reading unless you like bad assumptions and condescending
Complete thread -- Mine is only an "I think"...go with whatever you hear.
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is "Then in the lateral position"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- and in the lateral position?
Complete thread -- s/b L5 vertebra (singular)
Complete thread -- Then, the 23-gauge Quincke needle was advanced down to the 6 o’clock p ...
Complete thread -- OMG
Complete thread -- nevermind, it did open. Thought you had to be a member.
Complete thread -- Ah. Then see message
Complete thread -- curious - what is the Merriam Webster definition of Scottie?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q, but I did NOT misread the question. To specify
Complete thread -- s/b Scottie (per Merriam Webster)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Just to keep the archives correct it s/b neural foramen (never "neuro")
Complete thread -- I think I hear "pedicle on either"
Complete thread -- The back was prepped and draped in a normal sterile fashion. At that ...
Complete thread -- You misread the post...it says "using live fluoroscopy"
Complete thread -- I guess it is supported on google. Just doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- The phrase is used...see link...(I thought I heard live...but not well enough
Complete thread -- I don't hear *live* (and I don't think it makes sense)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- CSF
Complete thread -- Then, an anterior posterior view using live fluoroscopy, the contrast ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "mostly on the"
Complete thread -- mostly on the?
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- Then, contrast delineated the epidural space and a series of x-ray sho ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think there should also be a comma after "blood" because
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- A piece of specialized material was then placed superficial to the tym ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- By which I mean the whole suggestion
Complete thread -- clarification..(sm)
Complete thread -- I like poi's suggestion of "this" rather than "just"
Complete thread -- Think he might actually have said "just along with debris in the"
Complete thread -- perforation. This, along with debriding...., start a healing
Complete thread -- sentence structure correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- forced into forward flexion...felt
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and was given monitored an ...
Complete thread -- I can hear that too (after your suggestion).
Complete thread -- ok, well you didn't get the "new" part, but you got "trephine". I can't make a half
Complete thread -- ok, well you didn't get the "new" part, but you got "trephine". I can't make a half
Complete thread -- PubMed seems to indicate class 3 is the more popular of the two (by far).
Complete thread -- ahh thanks - that's it !
Complete thread -- not unless she misspoke - s/l more like APFL or APSL
Complete thread -- CRAP- meant ATFL.
Complete thread -- ATLF? anterior talofibular ligament
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- May be...
Complete thread -- senescent
Complete thread -- Class 3 variant polymorphism
Complete thread -- thanks, I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- ESL dictation of MRI
Complete thread -- But the others above said "new trephine" was right??
Complete thread -- I'd have to flag that. Ipratropium is 3-4 times a day, no idea what he's talking about.
Complete thread -- doc dictates dosaging as Ipatropium inhaled "q.1", and all other meds in lis sm plse
Complete thread -- But you got the answer right! No umbrellas for doubting yourself.
Complete thread -- well, color me wrong. Where is my umbrella? :)
Complete thread -- Yes, it was "new trephine" Thanks ya'll!
Complete thread -- trephine (see link)
Complete thread -- Hmmm... Unsure. I found "trephine" as (SM)
Complete thread -- new trephine?
Complete thread -- SM-Mesh to be implanted would be greater than 2 cm in the circumference around the
Complete thread -- may be bladder neck was closed in a tennis racquet fashion
Complete thread -- in tennis racket
Complete thread -- agree with isgal on both counts
Complete thread -- yes, very clear now
Complete thread -- wav starts too soon "...knots were then crossed and the knots were tied outside of the.."
Complete thread -- #2 This final catheter. Also, I hear "was filled," not "inflated."
Complete thread -- ensure ______ anastomosis. The ________ catheter
Complete thread -- 2-0 Vicryl sutures ______ fashion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- I question "No lymph nodes"...I would think "All lymph nodes" the way the sentence
Complete thread -- maybe "cut" instead of "cup"?
Complete thread -- off of _____. At this point, we turned our attention AND back _______ sutures were
Complete thread -- well away from the prostatic apex margin. *The ventral cup* performed. The Fol
Complete thread -- with the nerve *core kay*. The obturator nerve
Complete thread -- Aussies don't say "by" like they do in Georgia or South Carolina, ha ha. Think poi got it
Complete thread -- you all are so awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- humm, this is aussie dictator right.? link and list of meds used
Complete thread -- I concur!
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know - new one for me.
Complete thread -- is she saying *bar some* as in barring some?
Complete thread -- #2 is ureter.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- endometriosis has been treated ___on the uterosacral ligament overlying the ___.
Complete thread -- got it, Billings method. Thank you!
Complete thread -- osteoclasia (os-te-o-kla'zi-a): sm
Complete thread -- 10-year-old boy with a wrist fracture.
Complete thread -- hit me- pyramids!
Complete thread -- stumped: Both kidneys demonstrate dilated *para-mitts* with overlying cortical atropy
Complete thread -- rhythms? (like the rhythm method?)
Complete thread -- 2. Contraception - _____
Complete thread -- No problem. Have a good day.
Complete thread -- Thank you nm!
Complete thread -- she's got non-Crohn's
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- Yes, and I just figured it out myself, how stupid of me. Thanks
Complete thread -- reasonably certain that she has ___-Crohn's-related symptomatology and probably rela
Complete thread -- impairing the closure of the aortic valve?
Complete thread -- s/l "impairing the co-lister of the"
Complete thread -- HE is taking medications for HER kidneys? Did you catch that?
Complete thread -- Refer to the (not referred the)
Complete thread -- and disability section where you work (late, but that's what i hear)
Complete thread -- Prograf (not Prograft)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Since had kidney transplant, tacrolimus (Prograft)sure fits sm
Complete thread -- history section _______ work.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Closest I can find is tacrolimus.
Complete thread -- I was able to get some of the words but not all- if you repost, I'll tell you what I heard
Complete thread -- self-injurious (and then he spells 'injurious") ideation or behavior
Complete thread -- med s/l ticralidium
Complete thread -- self-injury or sign _____ ideation and behavior
Complete thread -- flagging. can't hold this last file any longer. but would like to know what he is saying
Complete thread -- At this point, the handpiece was introduced through the incision and & ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd spell it out like you did - three-quarters (but why didn't they just say 9 months?)
Complete thread -- of course
Complete thread -- How should 3/4 be transcribed in this sentence?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- might be Agrylin....see what you think
Complete thread -- Agrylin
Complete thread -- any radiological?
Complete thread -- but patient does not prefer to have that _____ scan at this time
Complete thread -- She had been on _____ according to the daughter and has
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "was found to have a partial ACL tear along with" (I think he
Complete thread -- The patient injured her knee and underwent MRI imaging <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- No. I think he says "10/325 IN a stress dose ?AND the risks,
Complete thread -- sentence structure correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "The Bledsoe Philippon Post-Op Hip Brace was developed in collaboration..."
Complete thread -- PLAN: 1. The patient will commence with use for a <____> br ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 giving us a flexion gap
Complete thread -- The tibia was nicely exposed. A medial capsular T was made. The tibi ...
Complete thread -- a saw was used to make a cut in the distal end of the scaphoid about 2 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it is felt that really ... a year, this will be significantly painful as well
Complete thread -- At this point, looking at the scaphotrapezoid joint, grade 4 and 3 cho ...
Complete thread -- The tendon was then brought up at the dorsal thumb metacarpal drill ho ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- which took a fair amount of time because of a significant osteophytic process which had...
Complete thread -- An osteotome was then placed and turned and used to track the volar su ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Advanced arthrosis with marked spurring and complete loss of cartilage ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- recently started
Complete thread -- This patient is now 6 weeks status post left knee arthroscopic surgery ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would put a comma or virgule after Group. Probably a subdivision within
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- in heading dictating company name NMC Group Esterline corporation. In body dictating
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and had no
Complete thread -- No impingement with full extension, good flexion, a little bit of fibe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. popped the cortex, passed our ? 2. that it toggled 3. testing it several times
Complete thread -- bipolar forceps were used, and a s/l pro-grass retractor was used in the third TIA!
Complete thread -- We were able to preserve these fibers and drill a flexible guidewire. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1 and some frayed tissue....Intially the medial
Complete thread -- We then placed the scope near the end of the graft being fashioned. W ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- then had the leg placed in
Complete thread -- Once under general endotracheal anesthesia, exam under anesthesia foun ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #2 essentially
Complete thread -- #1 partial tearing #2 essentially ?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right anterior cruciate ligament insufficiency ...
Complete thread -- #2 a direct hole here, kind of in multiple planes
Complete thread -- The patient had a soft sterile dressing applied, tolerated the procedu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #1 quote unquote
Complete thread -- could # 1 be quote unquote? "zigzag"
Complete thread -- #2 kind of in
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- We then reassessed the cuff and found there was more of a <____ ...
Complete thread -- we could see quite
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "we see quite"
Complete thread -- I think this likely is abrasive wear along with his rotator cuff tear ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "one way a valve-like symptoms, potentially this would happen
Complete thread -- 3. grossly loose near the?
Complete thread -- head here, maybe a little bit more on his labrum...2. as I pulled it into the joint
Complete thread -- He did have some abrasion of the humeral head here associated with  ...
Complete thread -- thanks for listening Q. I kinda hear symptoms too, just not sure it
Complete thread -- I think I hear "valve-like symptoms" (but because he says "a" and he
Complete thread -- The patient did give a history of aspirating a peanut about a year ag ...
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- talking about yourself in third person again?
Complete thread -- includes bronchoscopy, adenoidectomy, Nissen fundoplication, EGD, and s/l BMNT. TIA!
Complete thread -- read again poi and apolgize to the poster, who did not say that at all
Complete thread -- No idea what he means.
Complete thread -- Wondering if Doc trying to show they are both elevated, not necessarily increasing?
Complete thread -- can't be sure if he mixed up the values, though. Not sure I'd flag it, though, either. ?
Complete thread -- yes it is.
Complete thread -- sm (ESL doc regarding grammar) but questioning troponin value
Complete thread -- mucoperichondrial cartilage?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- It sounds like the sheath was already there, so perhaps he said "in place deployment
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Seems possible ...see link with PubMed article
Complete thread -- see google hits link
Complete thread -- I find google reference to "light wand"...but none for "white wand"
Complete thread -- Acclarent? (ACCLARENT® Balloon Inflation Device)
Complete thread -- Widening the forehead, the *clearance* balloon advanced, under direct visualization
Complete thread -- frontal sinus 6 x 16 mm with *white* wand, the frontal sinus
Complete thread -- Inferiorly _______ cartilage was excised
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you :-)
Complete thread -- Did you want to give yourself an umbrella for above where you suggesting gastric
Complete thread -- No, it would be chest.
Complete thread -- thanks to you too
Complete thread -- Also, could "chest" be "crest"?
Complete thread -- Agree
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Lewy self-retaining bar (see link and pic that pops up)
Complete thread -- Me either, but definitely sounds like what she said. If I hear back
Complete thread -- I hear "mild"
Complete thread -- Thanks. Are you sure it's not myeloencephalopathy?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- s/l lewy bar (oral surgery)
Complete thread -- mild encephalopathy
Complete thread -- As you know, she is an 84-year-old right-handed female who has had a progressive
Complete thread -- I'd put "abdominal aorta/bilateral iliac" ...
Complete thread -- If you are questioning the position, see link
Complete thread -- thank you so much Oasis and taco!
Complete thread -- Yes, you use a hyphen with a prefix and proper noun.
Complete thread -- I've heard of "reverse Trendelenburg" so I'd say it is correct if that's what was said.
Complete thread -- anti-Trendelenburg position ?? Is that correct?
Complete thread -- he vein was reversed and brought through a *subcrural* tunnel.
Complete thread -- With the graft deployed and the *encased* deployment sheath removed
Complete thread -- The McIvor mouth gag with an s/l*03 (or L3) handle was placed in the oral cavity and
Complete thread -- s/l *abdominal aorta bilateral iliac* angiogram
Complete thread -- like i said above...wheretofore. ;)
Complete thread -- Really? I mean...wtf (that means wheretofore i think)
Complete thread -- Most of the post is irrelevant (I told you nm just wants to muck things up)
Complete thread -- I wouldn't think a "viral syndrome" would be called an "autoimmune disorder" but ??
Complete thread -- Why are pregnancy and menstruation relevant here? Patient is male.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all. I do hear "viral" now but wasn't sure it made sense.
Complete thread -- That was what I was just going to say, viral makes sense.
Complete thread -- I'd guess it IS "viral syndrome" sm
Complete thread -- Schnitzler syndrome? Does not sound right.
Complete thread -- Reiter syndrome? Doesn't really come with hives, but it does often come with skin lesions
Complete thread -- Need help trying to find a syndrome if anyone has a few minutes
Complete thread -- Yeah, meant that.
Complete thread -- aww, too bad. nm really wanted to muck up some threads this morning.
Complete thread -- Guy is long
Complete thread -- accelerate
Complete thread -- I bet TER is correct, yep gastroparesis, Stomach muscles stop working
Complete thread -- Don't think gastric psoriasis fits, but, if has psoriasis, it improves after gastric surg
Complete thread -- wav already gone can repost Guy?
Complete thread -- wav already gone can repost Guy?
Complete thread -- gastroparesis?
Complete thread -- felt that to acclerate healing, this wound...
Complete thread -- This patient presented with delayed wound healing post total knee arth ...
Complete thread -- The exam was adequate. Within the proximal ascending colon, there was ...
Complete thread -- psoriasis?
Complete thread -- The ileocecal valve and appendiceal orifice were both visualized. The ...
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Patient was found to have gastric s/l or-eye-sis TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Optic capture was performed with" (I don't hear 'of')
Complete thread -- The new IOL was rotated in position into the ciliary sulcus. Further ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- i think I hear #2 loaded in the injector and injected
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 as needed
Complete thread -- I think I hear #3 already placed
Complete thread -- An Alcon MA60AC +18.0 was then injected. A 2.8 mm clear corneal incis ...
Complete thread -- Glad you got it. Thanks for letting me know.
Complete thread -- Thanks - you just helped me figure out that she bungled the patient's name :)
Complete thread -- What city is it? I'm wondering if she is saying "at Kiernan"
Complete thread -- I think while the patient may be at fall risk he wants the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The end part of #2 s/l "_____once she starts walking"
Complete thread -- Mom’s current restrictions with breastfeeding have not caused any eczema or
Complete thread -- she **can uh** remove
Complete thread -- #1 splint. At this point she refuses
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN OF CARE: I gave her cock-up wrist splint <____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear: "Then came the ACL etc"..."Then came the lateral"
Complete thread -- "We then came to the" lateral meniscus...
Complete thread -- I then performed the abrasive chondroplasty at the medial femoral cond ...
Complete thread -- though it does sound like little to me...lol
Complete thread -- click on the Find Box once, then on 'next'
Complete thread -- I like anterolateral better, little was bothering me
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "anterolateral portal ?into the" (see link)
Complete thread -- an anterior little portal near the
Complete thread -- The left lower extremity was then prepped and draped in normal sterile ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- all of which did not
Complete thread -- We then treated her conservatively with injections, physical therapy, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- I don't hear *all* Risks, benefits, and convalescence
Complete thread -- risks, benefits, convalescnce.
Complete thread -- convalescence
Complete thread -- He had failed all conservative treatments and I recommended arthroscop ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- of the left
Complete thread -- He had signs and symptoms and physical exam consistent with meniscus t ...
Complete thread -- no active jaundice or rashes? Skin.
Complete thread -- what system does "no active joints or rashes" go under in PE?
Complete thread -- of course.... :)
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- yo, Jenny, can we call you for a good time?
Complete thread -- No colon is used with military time, though it is usually followed by "hours".
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Military time does not have a colon.
Complete thread -- DRAINS: None. COMPLETION OF THE PROCEDURE: 1400. Should I use a colon with 1400?
Complete thread -- Thx, Jenny. I will brace myself. :)
Complete thread -- be prepared for a backlash later... :)
Complete thread -- gotcha
Complete thread -- i hear nearby too
Complete thread -- Ah, I hear "nearby" now too (I thought 'nevi' at first, but a plural didn't fit here)
Complete thread -- aha, I hear that now, thank you poi!
Complete thread -- not new, another nearby skin lesion?
Complete thread -- another new __?__ skin lesion
Complete thread -- There was ___ skin lesion on the tip of the nose.
Complete thread -- I didn't even try (after I asked for mo info and got none). Oh well.
Complete thread -- Probably won't. Wish I'd have tried to help sooner, but as soon as I googled...bam, there
Complete thread -- That sure looks like a good answer to me! Hope the OP comes back.
Complete thread -- See results from google (link)
Complete thread -- well, hows about inulin fiber?? I googled imulin fiber and inulin popped up. Didnt
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. Sent with a blank.
Complete thread -- Tips from 'nm' are rarely, if ever, helpful.
Complete thread -- This was not helpful for this s/l. There were no reasonable suggestions.
Complete thread -- good ears, lb! I couldn't make it out at all.
Complete thread -- good deal. yea, it was kinda muffled
Complete thread -- All I see for Divinium is from a PS3 game, & I see salvia divinorum (?) Sorry-no help here
Complete thread -- Thanks - you helped me hear it - another alternative
Complete thread -- an alternative is to ??
Complete thread -- There is a problem in the insurance and ____ increase his Zocor to 40 mg once a day.
Complete thread -- medication
Complete thread -- A tip for next time (link) drugs.com phonetic/wildcard med search sm
Complete thread -- oops, didn't mean to post twice, it was not "sending"
Complete thread -- I think you are missing first part of s/l. Psyllium is a bulk-forming fiber laxative.
Complete thread -- I think you are missing first part of s/l. Psyllium is a bulk-forming fiber laxative.
Complete thread -- is there any diagnosis or history?
Complete thread -- she takes s/l imulin fiber
Complete thread -- neck is short and guarded or guarding (as in guarded from pain)
Complete thread -- Inguinal hernias are classified as indirect, direct, or recurrent
Complete thread -- This was a s/l
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Neck is short and ___, but hte posterior hairline is not especially low
Complete thread -- I've run out of steam...time to call it a night. Good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It transilluminates.
Complete thread -- GENITOURINARY EXAMINATION: Both testicles are descended. The right t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "(ah) research chemist (period) He"
Complete thread -- The patient is a 43-year-old <____> has a history of a right-s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "bias"
Complete thread -- Triple antibiotic ointment along with Xeroform was placed over the nip ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "at the waist approximately 25 to 30 degrees, and the"
Complete thread -- The oblique muscles were also plicated using a running 0 looped PDS su ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the umbilicus remained pink
Complete thread -- I'm finding it both ways and since it is not a drug, there is
Complete thread -- Great care was taken to avoid any injury to the umbilicus and the umbi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- m quetioning about whether to put mL or cc. if it is fluid then will put mL
Complete thread -- Oh, I see...question about cc vs mL...let me go look
Complete thread -- why are you questioning the 400 mL section? 400 from left, 400 from right, total 800...or
Complete thread -- even
Complete thread -- Then, 0.25% Marcaine with epinephrine was also infiltrated along the l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- The patient was placed back in a supine position and the mastopexy dra ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- different size implant would be used
Complete thread -- She also complained of drooping and loss of volume in her breasts and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Avodart, atorvastatin, tamsulosin (he says atorvastin, but wonder if it is atorvastatin) ?
Complete thread -- #1 chlorthalidone ????
Complete thread -- Actonel, Advair, allopurinol, amlodipine, Bystolic, <____>, va ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tobacco
Complete thread -- posted again. thanks. converted wav so may be some problem
Complete thread -- There is no WAV there.
Complete thread -- I am certainly concerned about her ability not to quit smoking as I sm ...
Complete thread -- I confirmed HER2 in Dorland's
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- appears it s/b HER2 (no space after 'R') (see link)
Complete thread -- intraductal
Complete thread -- An MRI was also done which confirmed these masses. Dr. Martin perform ...
Complete thread -- Glad you were able to get it. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- it was distal one-third, HA! He's ESL, and I'm about to fall on my face tired...Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'm not finding anything close to your s/l
Complete thread -- He has pain in the medial aspect of the left thigh distal medial s/l*mantle* region.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sounds like "product."
Complete thread -- She has been very professional and very knowledgeable on her ____.
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- break through
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- No cap on baclofen...that is the generic name
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- typo #2 was bolused with the programmer #3 Baclofen was
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 was bolused with the programmer #2 Baclofen was
Complete thread -- I think he actually says "Baclofen a day"
Complete thread -- #1 Baclofen
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 up four #2 in midline
Complete thread -- The wounds were covered with Xeroform gauze, sterile gauze, Tegaderm, ...
Complete thread -- A 15-gauge modified Tuohy needle was positioned through this wound usi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- #1 him #2 get him to
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and was placed under monit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "that to see how much symptomatic relief we (?he) could get"
Complete thread -- This is a 73-year-old male with persistent right hip pain. X-rays wer ...
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- ah! Maybe so... "a strain pattern. Hmmmm, thanks!
Complete thread -- So, "a strain pattern."
Complete thread -- Oops, take the (an) out of there. I was thinking of "an S."
Complete thread -- How about just "improvement of a (an) strain pattern." (A and S sounds blended together).
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "stress-strain pattern" (see link)
Complete thread -- improvement of ______ [s/l "S"?] strain pattern
Complete thread -- ...that should be "Again, "nonessential"
Complete thread -- Yes, Q, we'll just have to disagree. Again, "essential" doesn't mean that it is not
Complete thread -- Based on the OP's previous response that he is referring
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. Good discussion. I have enclosed my reasoning.
Complete thread -- No, nothing helpful there. Thanks - going to flag
Complete thread -- olsalazine (said poorly)? any clues in PMH?
Complete thread -- thanks, I understood that
Complete thread -- dang, nor *or*, *SO* S4 would be another area
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and (sacrococcygeal area would be S5, or S4 would be another area)
Complete thread -- I had the opportunity to review his MRI from February which shows evidence of a
Complete thread -- His current medications include Acular solution, ____, aspirin, calcium
Complete thread -- Many prepositional phrases can be moved around within
Complete thread -- It is an interrupting prepositional phrase, so it needs to be set off by commas, so #1.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Also, ascites is both the singular and plural of that word, but in your
Complete thread -- Clarifying...so the word "it" can be used
Complete thread -- Ascites can be considered a single entity, so it can be used. Also it s/b fair (not fairly
Complete thread -- is this a singular or plural word?
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's what I ended up doing
Complete thread -- In that case I would put the comma before "but" and no comma after fracture (as 'mt'
Complete thread -- Just listened again and it's clearly "side." Thanks
Complete thread -- That's not at all what he's saying though. He's saying that the left-sided leg pain is
Complete thread -- I can't document "recurrent" - here's a link that may or may not help.
Complete thread -- Pardon typo..As I read it, his left-sided etc
Complete thread -- Also wonder if "side" is not really "site"
Complete thread -- As I read it he left'side leg pain has moved to the side
Complete thread -- Well, all past reports have "recurrent border" but few scan hits on google.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks, but how does that make sense?
Complete thread -- IMHO, second one, but take out comma after fracture.
Complete thread -- I would use your 2nd example, but change to a semicolon after fracture IMO
Complete thread -- help with inguinal hernia repair, s/l recurrent border of inguinal ligament
Complete thread -- Where should the commas be?
Complete thread -- consider the source... smh
Complete thread -- taco you are amazing! Thank you!
Complete thread -- You posted that under your own post. I guess that's why you wrote mirror? Talk to urself?
Complete thread -- (corrects) in order to prevent progression into labor and uterine rupture
Complete thread -- would need an elective Cesarean section near term in order to prevent _______ rupture
Complete thread -- You don't fool me at all. Mirror mirror who do you see.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your comments and help. :)
Complete thread -- Clients can be wrong & I'm not a robot MT. Do fine researching too but thanks.
Complete thread -- Yep, I'm going to go with virgule. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Are you suggesting that it's "ectasia scans"? WTH is that supposed to mean?
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Or maybe you are underthinking and just didn't understand the OP's question.
Complete thread -- wav works best if able. ectasia defined & static scan for amputation sm
Complete thread -- If no "and" is dictated, then I'd probably put a comma or perhaps even a virgule.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Kessler
Complete thread -- This was repaired using 2-0 PDS stitches in a ___ fashion.
Complete thread -- U may be overthinking. I'd listen to client and learn to google your phrase sm
Complete thread -- MD: "subtalar transverse tarsal motion" - 2 joints, so wouldn't I need punctuation?
Complete thread -- not sure but
Complete thread -- had positive *el stesia* scans throughout
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It can be either...see link
Complete thread -- None of these aneurysms, if they are aneurysms, require/s any treatment or concern.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- apposing - place (something) in proximity to or juxtaposition with something else.
Complete thread -- apposing or opposing?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- or "the anterior fluid was effluxing from the etc"?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "the anterior fluid was refluxing from the etc"?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it...I seem to hear *refluxing* in there if that helps at all.
Complete thread -- Cerumen was removed gently with the cerumen curette and a myringotomy ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- insurance. He failed initial screening?
Complete thread -- This is a 12-year-old male with audiogram showing conductive hearing l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- four times per year needing multiple courses
Complete thread -- not enough context. 2nd one justified only if the MRI results have already been mentioned
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. anybody for #2?
Complete thread -- 1. chronic sore *throats* and chronic tonsillitis that is every single month with high
Complete thread -- The patient had second set of ear tubes and adenoidectomy; however, si ...
Complete thread -- You beat me by 4 seconds, but yes, that's what I assume too
Complete thread -- I think he means Alphagan P but doesn't know how to read it correctly
Complete thread -- I bet he is reading Alphagan P off a handwritten list from the patient.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I sorta hear alpha GNP? No clue here. maybe GMP? ?? I'm still working, didnt have much
Complete thread -- lansoprazole, metoprolol, pravastatin, Ecotrin, ____, GlycoLax, lorazepam
Complete thread -- Or you can keep the sentence going and change who to and.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oh, I see it is a female.
Complete thread -- Put a period after deficit. Start the next sentence with He/She
Complete thread -- Can you help me fix up this sentence? Or is it okay as is?
Complete thread -- I stand corrected - thanks for the link
Complete thread -- I agree with bkloli...see link for support of the comma before 'but' (scroll
Complete thread -- I disagree with that one because the 2nd comma does not separate 2 independent clauses.
Complete thread -- I like the first one.
Complete thread -- Thanks, a 4th way. I like that.
Complete thread -- If anything, I would only put after "performed."
Complete thread -- Where would you put commas in this. I have done it 3 different ways!
Complete thread -- I'd venture to guess minute is correct, I've heard it a lot.
Complete thread -- "inflammatory burden"?
Complete thread -- s/l phone
Complete thread -- going with ENT. thanks!
Complete thread -- long history of sinusitis, 2 _____ procedures, complicated by a cerebr ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the help. Im going with "oral analgesics"
Complete thread -- analgesia ?
Complete thread -- Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share, there are a lot of terms in this speciality for sure.
Complete thread -- After further pondering, think it is "minute" ventilations.
Complete thread -- agree, it is just fine and will hear it like this often( all 3 listed like this) sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think a stumble saying "vent" then clarifies "ventilations" sm
Complete thread -- tidal volume of 500 and rate of 18 and they were getting s/l mint ventilations TIA!
Complete thread -- I think it's oral anesthesia, see if can hear that sm
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- thanks LB. Will flag.
Complete thread -- I also found methylphenol but not quite so sure that fits.
Complete thread -- maybe methylphenidate if she's saying it wrong? I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- multivitamins, warfarin, fexofenadine,________, and atorvastatin.
Complete thread -- I think it's fine - on days when it's needed, take it x amount of time per day. Like
Complete thread -- Ah. Now I understand. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Resident dictates meds q.X h. "slash p.r.n." I've never heard this before/sm
Complete thread -- I guess you confused me with your "So, in the end, it's your call"
Complete thread -- I don't understand. We all agree with comma. What point am I missing?
Complete thread -- I agree with comma
Complete thread -- I tried to decide that myself and came up about the same... maybe yes, maybe no.
Complete thread -- Oops...IMPORTANT correction...I meant 'use comma'...nonrestrictive ...sorry
Complete thread -- This was an interesting quest...and I think the answer is 'no comma after UBC' ...here
Complete thread -- things works best if able to post a wav, saves time for all around
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Had it right the first time.
Complete thread -- UBC, which
Complete thread -- you need to either post a voice file for a listen or go on google and start reading up
Complete thread -- would you put commas in there?
Complete thread -- could it be capsular? Just a guess.
Complete thread -- Incentive spirometry question
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I'm stumped!
Complete thread -- The mp3 was there but is now gone, don't know why.
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- acinar cysts?
Complete thread -- SP shoulder surgery s/l in da dax lar incision
Complete thread -- P.S. patient has not had surgery, so I don't think the word is "clips."
Complete thread -- Crypts, clefts, something else? (not sure the mp3 will post but trying)
Complete thread -- to the annulus.
Complete thread -- nevermind. flagged.
Complete thread -- The middle ear was entered by elevating annulus. The tympanic membran ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with the (light, with the) guiding light...
Complete thread -- complete opacification
Complete thread -- After ethmoid cells were all removed, then the frontal recess was open ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Quite sure of it! :)
Complete thread -- opacification?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 78-year-old male who has had purulent nasal drainage ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- between these 2 incisions?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Next, the operating microscope was brought into the field. An incisio ...
Complete thread -- Answered in the thread above.
Complete thread -- P.S. Sorry I was too late
Complete thread -- see link to confirm tap
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 tap #2 I think he says in the background 'sorry' so there is no #2 blank
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- A guidewire was inserted, verified on AP, lateral, and oblique views t ...
Complete thread -- A guidewire was inserted, verified on AP, lateral, and oblique views t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- 1. and have him get ... then *prep* his
Complete thread -- abdomen belly and his back
Complete thread -- At this point, the decision was made to cover the wound with a Tegader ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- up?, move him over to a cart, position *him* in
Complete thread -- At this point, the decision was made to cover the wound with a Tegader ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 75 ?
Complete thread -- SPECIMEN: An intrathecal catheter <____> cm long and Dacron po ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that is due to last through
Complete thread -- She has 3 children, 1 graduating college and the other graduating high ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as in: get together with
Complete thread -- get
Complete thread -- I have discussed this with him today and I have told him I will <_ ...
Complete thread -- I didn't post earlier as could not figure the PAH, figured was a path.stain used sm
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- treated...found this link
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- probably saying "hab" - they call it "day hab" (i.e., day habilitation)
Complete thread -- some kind of rehab program
Complete thread -- wow, glad you figured it out. I'd have never gotten that from your s/l. :)
Complete thread -- Thank you. That makes the most sense and MD may have backtracked after 'This.' Thanks
Complete thread -- I listened again. It is clearly 'this', but MD also goes, ah, ah.
Complete thread -- I think an organism is essentially a "disease," especially (e.g.) if it modifies "colitis"
Complete thread -- I did leave out 'only 1+' and ended sentence with the HER2/neu negative. Thanks
Complete thread -- Just a thought. Are you sure there is not a verb (is/was) after this?
Complete thread -- I'd comma after subtype
Complete thread -- It was "history of which is biopsy-proven." /nm
Complete thread -- Does this read correct as is, or is there a comma needed after subtype, then starting
Complete thread -- ....HER2/neu negative, only 1+ pah..HER2/neu negative.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Any ideas? ...history of (s/l) *oogent* biopsy proven... /sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I suppose I'll ask my QA super to clarify for me since only they know for sure
Complete thread -- Thx. It's less black & white for my account, we're only supposed to expand actual diseases
Complete thread -- I do, because we're supposed to expand everything under dx where I work.
Complete thread -- This always confuses me. Would you expand a genus under a Dx heading, eg. E coli?
Complete thread -- You're awesome! Thanks so much!!!!!!
Complete thread -- I can't post a link, but here's a cut-and-paste with more info
Complete thread -- middy (seems to be a measure like a half-pint or something)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Aussie MD -- drink the best part of a *midi* of spirits
Complete thread -- s/b medialmost (adjective suffix definition of Merriam-Webster..see link)
Complete thread -- married to the deeper layers? (I do find some references mentioning...
Complete thread -- ohhhh
Complete thread -- deepithelialized in order to be able to be *merited* to the deeper layers of the midl
Complete thread -- Think it s/b It was seen (not seemed)
Complete thread -- dates and 8-week scan
Complete thread -- /7th weeks by dates in *8 week* scan with severe fetal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I guess it could mean his manner of walking (leaning forward) but not true kyphosis.
Complete thread -- and hand scalers. Prophylaxis performed. ... high-risk caries for continuing ____
Complete thread -- and existing restorations intact (also "caries *on* #9", etc.)
Complete thread -- Cavitron __________ prophylaxis AND for high-risk __________ #8 mesial and
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- revealed caries #9 and #32 _____ intact, treatment
Complete thread -- place our alar batten graft using the freeform *beetle*. It was seemed that the
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- The cruciate ligaments were normal. The lateral meniscus posterior ho ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on the inferior surfaces?
Complete thread -- The medial meniscus had a comminuted posterior horn tear with a double ...
Complete thread -- The patella appeared to have minimal chondromalacia and chondrocalcino ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. There was some mild laxity to Lachman's test, but the patient does have a history of
Complete thread -- Excellent range of motion of the thoracic spine but he has also got so ...
Complete thread -- After obtaining adequate preop preparation, the patient was taken to t ...
Complete thread -- sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The sugar plum fairies are beckoning me....Goodnight.
Complete thread -- tear that was
Complete thread -- It was then pulled down and reapproximated, and obtained excellent rea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flap
Complete thread -- The wounds were then thoroughly irrigated. Radial and ulnar neurovasc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- fashion.
Complete thread -- It s/l "fashion" but that doesn't make sense. Sorry
Complete thread -- After localizing and protecting neurovascular structures, excision of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 wound #2 displaced
Complete thread -- The natatory cord and early pretendinous cord was identified as well. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- very robust spiral cord (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient received 1 dose of preoperative antibiotics, and Esmarch w ...
Complete thread -- tyvm Q.
Complete thread -- oops...here is the link
Complete thread -- dropped (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr Christopher Minette (see link)
Complete thread -- another mp3 uploaded. Pls sm.
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- He adds, "I do not get out on our boat too often."
Complete thread -- corrected. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- The patient states she is still extremely painful from this. He wante ...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Could it be "at the spot of the gastrocnemius recession? ???
Complete thread -- Now I hear "was sewn to the muscle belly and its deep fascia"
Complete thread -- IMPORTANT: I think shown is really sewn
Complete thread -- might be gastrocnemius recession based on thread below
Complete thread -- I think I hear #3 "______ of the gastrocnemius _____" (could it be gastronemius insertion?
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 and skin were just
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "____muscle belly ___deep fascia" (I have no idea what "shown in" means)
Complete thread -- CORRECTION only the deep fascia immediately adjacent (I think)
Complete thread -- to *the* medial column
Complete thread -- The tendon was not shown in, only the fascia adjacent to this tissue w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- forefoot varus and I think #2 is just a correction..present and hypermobility
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- #1 forefoot varus (see link)
Complete thread -- Tricortical iliac crest graft was utilized for this. This graft was p ...
Complete thread -- Great thanks.
Complete thread -- I had not either...see link which explains (1st hit)
Complete thread -- the word common (have not heard that before)
Complete thread -- Yes....tho I'm not sure what part you think might not make sense.
Complete thread -- common peroneal tendon sheath...does this make sense in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Another example of how easy it would be to edit to "saying ow" if we we're able to make
Complete thread -- thanks so much! that is why I did not know how to type because of the other word :)
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster actually calls it an interjection. I do find
Complete thread -- Since he is creating a backformation (verb out of a noun) I would doing it ow'ing BJMO
Complete thread -- dictated the word "ow-ing" as in ow, an exclamation of pain. Unsure how to type
Complete thread -- Problem is Verres needle also had its hits. (see link)
Complete thread -- See Link
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!!
Complete thread -- Inion (see link)
Complete thread -- V osteotomy fixated in place with 2-mm *Ineon* pin.
Complete thread -- Thank you for acknowledging this. I sometimes think I'm too critical.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes. SM
Complete thread -- nice find! Bet you are right on the M-Medtronic
Complete thread -- It is frustrating when you cannot edit a document when a doctor dictates something
Complete thread -- Here's the link, second one down
Complete thread -- Well, I found what is stands for, at least RESS
Complete thread -- Oh I miss that book. All my books. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I said I was hoping it was an acronym. I have found in the past it makes
Complete thread -- Veress...Vera Pyle's Current Medical Terminology 11th Edition
Complete thread -- Losing it. Verres needle or Veress?
Complete thread -- Oh, I see. Your link was for a different one. The SB6MRESS is from the
Complete thread -- Your link worked (can't imagine why mine didn't). And, you're right, we
Complete thread -- there is apparently a LA5MRESS and LA6MRESS too but I
Complete thread -- interesting. That is under ordering information. I guess they are describing
Complete thread -- Your link is not the full link I tried to post. On your link, click
Complete thread -- it is listed under "radial specialty" on the right side ... again, no freakin clue
Complete thread -- by doing a "control E, F" on that page. ?
Complete thread -- I did a search on taht page and found SB6MRESS but have NO freakin idea what that is.
Complete thread -- okay, I did all that. Still not finding MRESS. What am I missing? (link)
Complete thread -- Thanks, I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- When the page appears, click on the Find Box at the top of the screen
Complete thread -- Medtronic product (found on one of poi's google hits) (see link)
Complete thread -- Oops. Here's the sample
Complete thread -- Here is an MT Sample report (showing decimals). The reason
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks. I found via this search.
Complete thread -- Denonvilliers'
Complete thread -- you did better than I did just finding it. Sorry, nothing on the trademark site.
Complete thread -- The *din on villie a’s* was opened and the rectum was carefully peeled off of the pro
Complete thread -- I have been pulling my hair out, saw it somewhere, sometime - cheers
Complete thread -- Thanks for your "quest" (inches are imperial), I am going with the decimals though -THX
Complete thread -- BoS2, page 405, units of measure "use the metric form with
Complete thread -- MRESS catheter
Complete thread -- I'm sure it s/b 0.012 ....I will find the reference for you.
Complete thread -- trying to find BOS reference on skin graft "12 one-thousandths of an inch" sm
Complete thread -- it apparently takes *years* of experience
Complete thread -- I actually had to bite my fingers not to post any snark on that one myself.
Complete thread -- was just clarifying :)
Complete thread -- I would only put a semicolon if it was a "whole" sentence ... JMO
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I agree with a comma (but what do I know?)
Complete thread -- GMTA!
Complete thread -- I would just use a comma as what follows are not independent clauses. IMO
Complete thread -- I'd comma (but what do I know?) LOL. I think comma is appropriate here though.
Complete thread -- movements; one where...or movements, one where?
Complete thread -- LOL I've never heard of it but a quick glance in the archives led me to it. I was running
Complete thread -- I only knew that because my podiatrist prescribed it for sweaty feet. that stuff works
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- Oh, quit being such a bully, poi!
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- Thanks all! I don't often do QA and want to be sure.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- crap - nevermind. I see. Yes, put commas around grade.... duh me. where is my ella??
Complete thread -- I would go with no commas, myself.
Complete thread -- that wasn't the question. Commas or no commas?
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I would set it off with commas.
Complete thread -- For me, I'd go as dictated/listed. grade II to grade III
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry. That's what I get for not researching before posting.
Complete thread -- agree "massive" drugs.com list 157 drug interactions sm
Complete thread -- should grade II to grade III be separated off by commas?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "There are massive"
Complete thread -- There ___ drug-drug interactions and there does not seem to be anything
Complete thread -- my guess too
Complete thread -- Drysol is for excessive sweating. :)
Complete thread -- ?dry sterile?
Complete thread -- I sure thought I remembered it from somewhere. Thanks for checking.
Complete thread -- Drysol?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- A s/l dry cell dressing was placed over the entry site. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I checked and it is not in BoS 2. It may have been in my client preferences.
Complete thread -- mp3 reposted just for listening; answered, no problem with overwriting it.
Complete thread -- reactive plane. that is clearly what it is on relisten now; they did a good job.
Complete thread -- I couldn't find that in BOS 3, maybe it was in BOS 2.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- sent to QA since a couple of other blanks, will post later if they fill it in.
Complete thread -- I wondered about that too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The semicolon-comma usage (example 1). Note: I believe
Complete thread -- Which would be correct, semicolons or commas?
Complete thread -- No sooner did I type the above, then I came upon "a relatively avascular plane" ..so he
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "relative plane"...but when I did exact phrase I got nothing...so I
Complete thread -- I pulled up google pages of exact phrase "a * plane between" but so far
Complete thread -- sending with a blank. thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- Think this is an even better link.
Complete thread -- oh, meant to delete "of," might just be part of missing word/s?
Complete thread -- During dissection in what appeared to be _____ of plane between the bl ...
Complete thread -- I also think it needs the question mark. (see link)
Complete thread -- I vote no, but I'd leave out the comma after "is".
Complete thread -- sounds like 22-year old, "goes to the doctor for."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is it correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- every infection ?
Complete thread -- every infection
Complete thread -- This is a 5-year-old male with ear infections and had 5 infections in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- when he goes to the doctor with tonsillitis. He does not like to go?
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 23-year-old Caucasian male with chronic tonsil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Any idea what the 2nd blank is?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and along the...
Complete thread -- an effective...
Complete thread -- This area was severely restricted and obstructed. The mucosal thicken ...
Complete thread -- If there has been progression from January 29 to the new MRI that I am scheduling
Complete thread -- Is the question mark correct here? He dictates it like a sentence, but it seems to me
Complete thread -- Attention was directed to the dorsal aspect of the third interspace of ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cost
Complete thread -- thanks all. i don't 100% hear any of these responses, so will go to QA
Complete thread -- The study eventually ruled out epilepsy and saved unnecessary medical ___ that
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- non-magnetic marker? Link
Complete thread -- It was located in the region denoted by the fine magnetic marker?
Complete thread -- Apparently?
Complete thread -- I hear "It was located in the region" but then can't get the rest
Complete thread -- Because of this, xxx had an MRI prescribed her which also showed a lar ...
Complete thread -- The routine EEG was inconclusive. _____ his nocturnal spells have similarity to his
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- five (not fiver) interosseous and thenar atrophy
Complete thread -- The patient is a 65-year-old female. She complains of left hand numbn ...
Complete thread -- thanks taco. I even listened again several hours lateral and still
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 the face. (meaning how you look at the clock *face*, 7-8 or 4-5 or even
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't make sense of #1
Complete thread -- Could he be saying for #3 "and reinforcement of that (?the) labral bumper"
Complete thread -- #2 just on the
Complete thread -- Your **...** clip is not complete...I'm picking up minor differences, but
Complete thread -- We then placed the scope back posteriorly and visualized anteriorly an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying #1 "and again could translate her out in"
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: I think he might be saying "capsular stretching"
Complete thread -- She did have significant posterior capsular distension and posterior i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Buford (see link)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Anterior posterior shoulder instability with ...
Complete thread -- I don't think "partial" is correct
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link. it is 6 as 6-hole plate in report
Complete thread -- link showing bicortical screws, page 6
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Link showing MTP miniplates using 6 screws, page 4
Complete thread -- 2. fusion plate, which has been applied, was fixed by cortical screws???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- For #2 could he be saying "fusion had a partial" ????
Complete thread -- maybe saying with six bicortical screws
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "with parallel cut"
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: then applied with fixed bicortical screws.
Complete thread -- Multiple AP and lateral views revealed temporary to final fixation of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- he said "forget the period, and sturdy fixation"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the way
Complete thread -- The superficial fascia and skin were each closed using 3-0 Vicryl and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "excellent ____ and sturdy fixation."
Complete thread -- This was Synthes 6-hole locking plate which was inserted in a standard ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- Technically he says "and in an anatomic etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- load
Complete thread -- We redirected our attention back to the MTPJ 1 where this joint was te ...
Complete thread -- hee
Complete thread -- hee hee, np. it was really meant for anybody who might enjoy some fluff. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He changes his mind from trapezoidal to rectangular
Complete thread -- This was deepened to the level of the superficial fascia which was dis ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- do you have a problem list?
Complete thread -- Really WAG..???the separators were placed???
Complete thread -- Darn..I still can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Nonunion metatarsophalangeal joint 1 fusio ...
Complete thread -- What surgery was performed?
Complete thread -- The superficial fascia and skin were each closed using 3-0 Vicryl and ...
Complete thread -- Allergy to s/l teniclomad. thanks
Complete thread -- I hear the same - for which he had wiring done
Complete thread -- I hear something like re-teared? repaired? wiring done. Thanks to you both for trying
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. It was just that, a guess, thus the question mark.
Complete thread -- we need another symbol...
Complete thread -- we need another symbol...
Complete thread -- I hear "for which ?he had wiring done"
Complete thread -- Here are the MicroAire cannulas (bottom of page) none are balloon-tip
Complete thread -- haha - finally got to check this out
Complete thread -- While I find there is a balloon-tip cannula, I do not find that it
Complete thread -- I hear something like: ..skull fracture...performed here with wiring done ....
Complete thread -- onychomycosis, hyperlipidemia, skull fracture for ______ done in XXXX
Complete thread -- What a great guess!
Complete thread -- Nah, you have to earn it, which I did w/o even trying, lol.
Complete thread -- gimme one too today, just for the halibut.
Complete thread -- Balloon-tip cannula?
Complete thread -- Ha, she got the collagen thing too. Just give me an umbrella.
Complete thread -- Never mind on the treatment as taco got that, protease, and magnesium citrate.
Complete thread -- _____ complex? proteus treatment? magnesium citrate?
Complete thread -- That's one ugly dog! Looks like a hornless goat with elephant ears. :)
Complete thread -- It sounds like blown-tip. But it may be the blunt tip as there is no blown tip I can find.
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe I'm hearing Integra, thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Wonder if U R hearing Integra (see link)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying blunt-tip ??? I find that in Tessier's The Surgical Word Book
Complete thread -- is Tegaderm sometimes shortened to Tega?
Complete thread -- MicroAire liposuction system with a 5 mm 'blown-tip' cannula
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WAG (big one) tacro (shortened) as in tacrolimus, and I'm probably wrong, but..SM
Complete thread -- tegra? placed on area, pls see note
Complete thread -- I'd say it'd be hard to distinguish between medial inferiorly and medioinferiorly. ?
Complete thread -- If you want something to back you up....
Complete thread -- thanks - he says it twice
Complete thread -- Don't find it in dictionary specifically. Archives makes suggestions
Complete thread -- I have no problem with it. Meaning is clear. Although, hard to distinguish between
Complete thread -- s/l medioinferiorly
Complete thread -- OK, I gave it a few more listens. The thing she spells is "astaxanthin"
Complete thread -- You did better than I did. I only heard wh you said. Horrible sound file.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "right fingers" in there somewhere too
Complete thread -- fluff to taco and poi
Complete thread -- oh my... good luck with that. (I think it's collagen joint complex after hyaluronic acid)
Complete thread -- She occasionally takes ___, hyaluronic acid, _____, none of which are ...
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff to DI & poi
Complete thread -- Sorry - I thought by posting that moniker, I was making it obvious from the start that it
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- the remainder of the mucosa?
Complete thread -- The **Miranda** and the mucosa in the surrounding area
Complete thread -- fluff to DI
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I agree with you. I think I was making it overly complicated.
Complete thread -- Sorry I took so long to get back. I was debating about whether
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I agree with you both. I was just pointing out that she had pluralized it in the 2nd
Complete thread -- good find! I wouldn't have known that offhand.
Complete thread -- I thought the 2nd sentence was an option to consider, and I voted for the 1st way.
Complete thread -- I think I found it! Masjid
Complete thread -- does atelectasis need/have a plural? I don't see why it would be plural
Complete thread -- PS - Patient lives in Maryland
Complete thread -- he goes to the _______ "s/l mushid" and does his prayer (I believe patient is Muslim)
Complete thread -- In the 2nd sentence, she changed the subject to atlectases (plural), so in that case it
Complete thread -- The subject is singular (atelectasis) - everything else is modifying that - so "remains"
Complete thread -- Should this be a plural subject or singular?
Complete thread -- are you sure it is not "attendant pain"? (that would make better sense, imo)
Complete thread -- Thanks, gold
Complete thread -- I would think dependant.
Complete thread -- s/l dependend or intended?
Complete thread -- Of course. That must be it. Not sure what I was thinking. THanks
Complete thread -- well, it could be 0.52 mm ?
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- yes, Kling held in place and tensile plastic tape-thanks so much!
Complete thread -- "clean" is Kling - but I see bkloli already said that.
Complete thread -- 2-inch Kling kelvin place might be held in place? the plastate might be plastic tape??
Complete thread -- get lost in this sentence with corrections, etc. Dressings after surgery
Complete thread -- me too - pretty crappy audio, but I do hear maximum.
Complete thread -- sure s/l maximum to me.
Complete thread -- is he saying maximum? i actually hear laskin
Complete thread -- In addition, there are innumerable LI-RADS 3 nodules measuring 7 mm in ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Strange. I wouldn't take out what he dictated, but I would flag it.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- yes, see link.
Complete thread -- Patient with acetabular fracture.
Complete thread -- I agree with you.
Complete thread -- past tense of "sleepwalk" and "sleeptalk"
Complete thread -- fluff for vlad
Complete thread -- to grow in
Complete thread -- ADDENDUM: This patient has frank arthritis and at this point of time, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Does C5-T1 fit here?
Complete thread -- On exam, she did have thenar wasting to the right thumb, weakness with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- twisting off lids
Complete thread -- She has nighttime symptoms that awaken her and she feels weak to that ...
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Time for me to call it a night. Good night.
Complete thread -- Bingo! Good going.
Complete thread -- m hearing so we deemed it appropriate
Complete thread -- Could it be "sump pump bypass" ?... see link
Complete thread -- i think so but i think still another word in there. i don't here on or off though
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This is #2
Complete thread -- This is #1
Complete thread -- I think I hear "did an appropriate"
Complete thread -- we loaded
Complete thread -- The skin was reapproximated using a 4-0 nylon in a horizontal mattress ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??and the dorsiflexory osteotomy?? (see previous link)
Complete thread -- I think it's tight. See link...5th hit...talks about making them tight...also
Complete thread -- He's using that same blank "two _____ crossing" ???tight??? or ???? ...might be a brand
Complete thread -- Then, utilizing the same screw holes that were previously made for the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- yeah, I like Qs better
Complete thread -- we started to cut lightly to dorsiflex the?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "we feathered the cut lightly to ?dorsiflex the"
Complete thread -- Might be in dorsiflexory fashion...see link
Complete thread -- We utilized fluoroscopy to ensure that plantar cortex was still intact ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- in dorsiflex fashion?
Complete thread -- #1 second cut
Complete thread -- Could he be changing his mind from "bypass" to "pump bypass" ???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Then utilizing a sagittal saw, a cut was made across the prior fusion ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "were two ____ crossing screws" ....???tight??? ???type??? not really sure
Complete thread -- He has got an extensive history of lower back problems with extensive ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: and then these were removed
Complete thread -- An approximately 7-cm incision was made over the first metatarsocuneif ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Yes. That's why I qualified that it was "something like"
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Hallux is first toe, operation is 4th and 5th digits. Right?
Complete thread -- Tourniquet was then deflated and prompt hyperemic response was noted t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The subcuticular layer was
Complete thread -- The wound was then flushed with copious amounts of normal sterile sali ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- first sentence - fifth metatarsal head (not heads)
Complete thread -- I think he's saying something like "that the hallux was in (?had) good proper positioning"
Complete thread -- I think he
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left tailor’s bunionectomy. PROCED ...
Complete thread -- What is the procedure being done?
Complete thread -- With #15 blade, a sharp incision was made over the fifth metatarsal he ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- yeah, what Q said. :)
Complete thread -- afforded?
Complete thread -- afforded
Complete thread -- Reduction maneuver was assisted by carefully using a #15 Bard-Parker b ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- While one could justify a comma after 'revision', I wouldn't put one BJMO
Complete thread -- Procedure punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- I find the term "small calibered ramus" (tho could also say 'caliber') (see link)
Complete thread -- No, no. We were posting at same time. I had just raised the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- I wasn't correcting anything. Obviously should have refreshed
Complete thread -- OneLook says either spelling okay
Complete thread -- radial tuberosity bur hole
Complete thread -- catheterization with a 70% occlusion of a small s/l carly- buh-ram-us branch. TIA!
Complete thread -- tuberosity burr hole. (?bur)
Complete thread -- The suture limbs were passed through respective drill holes and out th ...
Complete thread -- Mashing is only done to those who post stupid stuff. If you feel *targeted*, you
Complete thread -- yes, shut up...you are such an *#%@t. Aggressor where? To ask someone to
Complete thread -- you own? how, with nm? Something many other posters use?
Complete thread -- actually I do own, that is how you know who you are targeting/mashing
Complete thread -- you, as usual is the AGGRESSOR. SM I was never part of this thread
Complete thread -- who are you to tell someone else to own their posts? you don't. *SMH*
Complete thread -- Then quick hiding, own your post, You won't. - What's it called
Complete thread -- gosh I wish people would stop throwing around *bully*...we aren't in middle school
Complete thread -- There are at least 2 or 3 of you who must be very bored--or crazy. Get help/stop bullying!
Complete thread -- bwahahahaha-- I just clicked that link - you are too funny! spot on!!
Complete thread -- "nm bug off" "T stirs pot," "boredom no excuse" "What's it called?" ""quit hiding"
Complete thread -- oh shut up! You want no interaction with me, don't post on this board.
Complete thread -- typo "quit" hiding; own your post, you won't though, will you.,
Complete thread -- :0) No problem! Was a little surprised there was nothing in archives.
Complete thread -- Then quick hiding, own your post, You won't.
Complete thread -- Oh--just double checked the link, the "drugs" came up first, sm
Complete thread -- Right on. Thanks for letting us know, OP.
Complete thread -- Thank YOU (no apology necessary...)
Complete thread -- Client says coccygitis "will pass" for them, considering the online research they did.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :) And sorry for getting you in trouble.
Complete thread -- Nobody's setting anyone up. I'm neither poi or taco.
Complete thread -- poi, a "real friend" would not set you up like this.. & multiple threads too, .
Complete thread -- DI... you're good.
Complete thread -- DI... you're good.
Complete thread -- And I've never done this before. I guess the boredom got to my head today
Complete thread -- sharing my supplement & vitamin reference (NIH Medlineplus sm
Complete thread -- I'm not T either
Complete thread -- I figured! I've seen you do this at least 4 other times, then come back and fess up
Complete thread -- Darlene, in poi's defense, I am not poi. And I apologize for doing this.
Complete thread -- Poi I was not in this thread. It is you poi, acting as the imposter, stirring pot poi
Complete thread -- (but I think the real one just posted 2 threads up)
Complete thread -- poi, you really should learn how to search. Coccygitis is a commonly used term. See link
Complete thread -- There is a DASH diet and cranberries work on immune system
Complete thread -- you are not a Darlene imposter, you are Darlene. Show me your dictionary!
Complete thread -- I stand pat - expand your vocabulary, use a dictionary like I do. My answer is correct
Complete thread -- Crantex? What are the patient's diagnoses?
Complete thread -- About 2 results (0.31 seconds) (for that link)...probably 3 now if you add this WB
Complete thread -- The patient is on a multivitamin and s/l cran-dash.
Complete thread -- I was wondering that, though it is kind of repetitive with tachypnea. Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- high respirs? like respirations?
Complete thread -- Failed breathing trial due to tachypnea and high (s/l) *rispies*/sm
Complete thread -- coccygitis is correct, dictator style. I'd go with it. see link
Complete thread -- very good points, poi.
Complete thread -- it really makes no sense, there is no lumbaritis, femuritis, or tibiaitis either, that
Complete thread -- It's not really a word... I might use it, but I might flag it also.
Complete thread -- Thanks much! I'm going to leave a note for client. Will post if I hear back.
Complete thread -- the few hits I am getting are spelled coccygitis, though I would
Complete thread -- From the standpoint of the coccygitis she has now, or inflammation right over
Complete thread -- Found a few hits on Google, but not reliable -I'm thinking coccydynia but don't
Complete thread -- more information necessary. Surrounding context. Are you
Complete thread -- PA dictates "coccyGitis" - should it be coccyxitis?
Complete thread -- thats okay, I was being snarky too. Obviously I had no business
Complete thread -- Thanks for answering. :)
Complete thread -- no probs... I was just being snarky.
Complete thread -- awww..I see. Your post was to the helper. I thought is was to the OP. My apologies.
Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- Thanks! Was it more helpful or less helpful than the "tip" given above?
Complete thread -- autologous
Complete thread -- ACL revision
Complete thread -- that was helpful!
Complete thread -- yeah, that.
Complete thread -- I've seen that too - because it's not a cast for a long leg, rather a long cast for a leg.
Complete thread -- Not so sure I'd hyphenate long-leg. I saw a rule about that but can't find it when I need
Complete thread -- yeah-definitely using it
Complete thread -- described long-leg splint that was removed on exam-was thinking cylinder as well
Complete thread -- cylinder? as in a cylinder cast?
Complete thread -- leg exam fractured tibia and fibula s/l sole in der
Complete thread -- Yay!
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- Totally what it is. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yep, only you're a step ahead of me!
Complete thread -- hi isgal! (looks like we're both doing the same google search)
Complete thread -- oops - not in London, but at London Health Sciences Center in Ontario, Canada.
Complete thread -- I did find a Dr. Ward Davies who's a surgeon in St. Joseph's in London, ON
Complete thread -- (there is a surgeon by that name - Ward Davies - in London)
Complete thread -- Could it be the name of the doctor who removed the lipoma?
Complete thread -- s/l ward davies
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- fluff to vlad
Complete thread -- I think procedure belongs with the previous sentence "proceed with procedure. Operative...
Complete thread -- I hear "operative description"
Complete thread -- Procedure Operative description the patient was brought to
Complete thread -- I still love you too!
Complete thread -- mwah!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- If not able to get your blank, access old patient file, they use same terms over and over
Complete thread -- There was some overlap of the mp3 and the wav but the wav
Complete thread -- All you could get was "clots"? Good thing the other helpers can understand it.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- a tip. This phrase is often hard to make out because they have said it
Complete thread -- i hear the same file as the mp3 below?
Complete thread -- yea, that's waht i heard too
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- And even death - not anemia and death
Complete thread -- *pulmonary embolisms, and even death.
Complete thread -- possible (knots??) and clots, DVTs, pneumonia(s?), heart attacks, strokes, pumonary...I
Complete thread -- seriously? too many missing words - they're not that hard to understand either.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: ________ the patient was brought
Complete thread -- but are not limited to _____, pulmonary embolisms
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and all indicated procedures
Complete thread -- ____ procedure--sorry can't get the rest
Complete thread -- right knee arthroscopy and _______.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rasp.
Complete thread -- The medial tibial plateau and the medial femoral condyle were intact; ...
Complete thread -- nevermind. sending for double check.
Complete thread -- The patient received one dose of preoperative antibiotics and the scar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ____ necrosis of the humeral head (can't catch first part)
Complete thread -- After discussing the risks and benefits of the procedure with the pati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- One Tornier ... Tornier ... Tornier
Complete thread -- thanks, guy.
Complete thread -- tried, but no luck. sorry
Complete thread -- IMPLANTS: <____> distal locking screw. IMPLANTS REMOVED ...
Complete thread -- She required epicardial left ventricular lead placement by Dr. Ramsey/ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- of the ACL with some avulsion
Complete thread -- He initially developed swelling which has resolved. He has episodes o ...
Complete thread -- Further on your post... FYI since it makes reference to the Current
Complete thread -- speaking of morselization vs. morcellation/morcellization, I found this... (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- Be aware that tho he does say morselization and morselization is
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- morselization.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: 1. Exam under anesthesia. 2. Diagnostic v ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with her an
Complete thread -- She has persistent discomfort in knee despite conservative treatment. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 denied. He is here today under his
Complete thread -- #1 developed
Complete thread -- The patient is a 62-year-old gentleman who <____> pain in his ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Perhaps he'll repeat it in the assessment section.
Complete thread -- Inspection of the glenohumeral joint demonstrated the superior labrum ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I will send with a blank. :) nm
Complete thread -- So far no luck in my quest. Sorry
Complete thread -- Thank you !!!
Complete thread -- Anoro
Complete thread -- Patient with asthma who developed thrush. Patien is now on *anero* and Aerospan.
Complete thread -- Xopenex 1.25 mg nebulizer t.i.d. *RC* (what is RC?)/sm
Complete thread -- really does sound like that, but no mention of hypercholesterolemia anywhere in report.
Complete thread -- I find a CholestOff (see link)
Complete thread -- 10. Coenzyme Q 1 tab daily. 11. ____ 1 tab p.o. daily. 12. Mi ...
Complete thread -- I don't understand your post - are you saying "addudistic" is "adductus metarsus"?
Complete thread -- Yes, it's tap. (I apologize, OP. I was the one who told you it was "tamp" last time...
Complete thread -- YW :)
Complete thread -- I would say "minimally displaced apex dorsal..." (see link and page up to Galeazzi fx)
Complete thread -- Ugh! Last time I posted 'tap' or 'tab', I was told it is 'tamp.' So this time MD spoke
Complete thread -- My vote adductus metarsus as listed in dictation twice pigeon toed
Complete thread -- Seems that "tap" is correct. See link at "tap."
Complete thread -- Dictated 'tap' should be 'tamp' though, right? Should I use as dictated?
Complete thread -- minimally displace, apex dorsal or minimally displaced apex dorsal
Complete thread -- I agree! I've never heard that word before! pat yourself on the back...
Complete thread -- It's a new term for me as well - good job, sm!
Complete thread -- I know the term atavistic from biology so I just did a search for
Complete thread -- Wow, great find! Sounds like that's it. How did you come across that??
Complete thread -- Here's a link to atavistic toe
Complete thread -- atavistic
Complete thread -- Sent back to client, but I'll post when I hear.
Complete thread -- OMG, I totally skimmed over that when looking! Geez! Looks like it fits! TY! TY!
Complete thread -- I found a "Bebax shoe" in Stedman's Ortho Words (but I didn't research it)
Complete thread -- Foot curves in a little bit. She has an *addudistic* toe
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of *B-backed* shoe for metatarsus adductus & internal tib torsion??
Complete thread -- BUT...there is a Bunnell - named after Sterling Bunnell - so, eeny meenie miney mo??
Complete thread -- I've always heard "Bruner" (zig-zag)
Complete thread -- bunnell or bruner incision? he is saying "brunell"
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ortho ESL doc, totally stumped, sm ple
Complete thread -- Thanks, taco.
Complete thread -- yes, 3/mm2 (or 3 per mm2 - I think either way is acceptable)
Complete thread -- u r lovely
Complete thread -- transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you. Is it typed..mitotic rate 3/mm2?
Complete thread -- **truss** showed 102 gram prostate.
Complete thread -- mitotic rate? (it's something to do with "mitosis," which is given per mm2)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- actually after more research I think it should be facet/medial
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- facet and medial
Complete thread -- facet medial branch blocks with
Complete thread -- Prior to having this procedure, the patient <____> significant ...
Complete thread -- This is exactly what I ended up doing. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I might add just one comma (but still perfectly fine as is, imo)
Complete thread -- maybe (SM)
Complete thread -- propofol --If you find out, could you share and post back, so we all can learn.
Complete thread -- Is the punctuation okay here?
Complete thread -- The more I looked, I am not so sure SPAD is correct in this case. I'd have blanked
Complete thread -- can find PAD protocol for pain, agitation and delirium in ICU pts but not SPAD - maybe
Complete thread -- Wondering was SPAD spelled or was it heard. Also, Can't always
Complete thread -- Good. That's a relief.
Complete thread -- I had already checked that. I don't think it stands for Single
Complete thread -- OK, I am looking at old consult and it is SPAD there too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is after the C-section takes place, so I think it's ok. THanks though.
Complete thread -- I found that too, but I wasn't sure because SM
Complete thread -- One SERIOUS concern is PROPOFOL under the RxList write up on Driprivan (propofol) they
Complete thread -- good find, I even look for something like that & couldn't find a thing.
Complete thread -- I find a SPAD protocol in a Nursing Checklist chart under heading
Complete thread -- Same here.. Thanks for trying. :)
Complete thread -- I googled my buns off & can't come up with diddlysquat. sorry.
Complete thread -- I accept guesses. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l uh spad protocol will be used for sedation...
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Wow, I wasn't even close (neither was he, lol). Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- Both meds in this combo drug are micrograms.
Complete thread -- However, I do not find mL in the dose from my reference (see link)
Complete thread -- STIOLTO™ RESPIMAT®
Complete thread -- Medication (he spells) shialto-respirat 2.5 mcg/2.5 mL 1 puff p.o. q.h.s.
Complete thread -- Thanks, that was my feeling too, but since he says it more like hyper, I wanted to double
Complete thread -- hypoperfusion...this article supports using both direct and
Complete thread -- what fits here, hyperperfusion or hypoperfusion? sm
Complete thread -- darn, hit Enter while trying to shift. this is what I meant: awesome!!!! :)
Complete thread -- yep, awesome
Complete thread -- (though he spells kephyr)
Complete thread -- C. kefyr
Complete thread -- Cultures grew VRE, C. albicans and _______ sensitive to fluconazole. ...
Complete thread -- You're welcome
Complete thread -- thanks CO MT
Complete thread -- Found flurbiprofen (NSAID)
Complete thread -- Includes Symbicort, Spiriva, Micardis, __________, hydrochlorothiazide..
Complete thread -- Includes Symbicort, Spiriva, Micardis, __________, hydrochlorothiazide..
Complete thread -- that is as dictated. Are you saying you would transcribe the two words with
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, meaning is clear, but your call
Complete thread -- I would transcribe instrumentation/fusion
Complete thread -- Doctor talks about "instrumentation fusion" multiple times throughout the report.
Complete thread -- I was thinking it has to be something like that, just don't hear the V sound at all. Still
Complete thread -- flu vax?
Complete thread -- Will give the patient ________
Complete thread -- clear American dictator, but stumped (urology) sm pls
Complete thread -- circumcision to prevent cancer of the penis, see link.
Complete thread -- Give her a break, she only does that when she is wrong (which is
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- Anyone who thinks "*consume under* the penis" is okay needs to look for work elsewhere.
Complete thread -- I just want to point out that "consume" is never a noun. It's a verb. The noun would be
Complete thread -- forget it, I see you attempted to. You won't accept that you're incorrect here (and in
Complete thread -- Would you care to explain exactly what is meant by "to prevent consume under the penis"?
Complete thread -- tacoexpand your vocabulary, learn & interpret better. I stand pat sm
Complete thread -- expand your vocabulary, learn & interpret better. I stand pat. Here you go sm
Complete thread -- yet another example of Darlene resorting to personal attacks
Complete thread -- Darlene, there is such a thing as a guess, then there is the stupid, asinine stuff
Complete thread -- Darlene, your answer here was clearly incorrect - what you posted makes no sense. Taco's
Complete thread -- T ...Use of a dictionary would be helpful to you, that's what I do. I stand pat.
Complete thread -- a lot of silly things come to mind with her sentence... :)
Complete thread -- ^good guess^
Complete thread -- ☂ "to prevent consume under the penis" - you would really go with that?
Complete thread -- Master of Physical Therapy?
Complete thread -- pat with heel pain
Complete thread -- thanks for clear explanation
Complete thread -- nevermind- into the tear seen ...
Complete thread -- PRP injection s/l ter inks
Complete thread -- cancer.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- S/l consume, you say, clear I'd go with it, alternating term for concealed/buried under s
Complete thread -- Might be FDI (Flexible Digit Implant) see link
Complete thread -- Right index finger proximal interphalangeal joint size 3 *SDI* implant arthr
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- clear American dictator, but stumped (urology) sm pls
Complete thread -- "as closer would have been too tight and it would have flattened the breast..."
Complete thread -- Also noted that we were not able to completely excise the scar; howeve ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- *stapler* on each ... we wound up taking out / picking up?
Complete thread -- We went ahead and tailor tacked these areas with staple on each side a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i bolded it. will get it back.
Complete thread -- it is a contrast dye that shows up on x-ray, so fits perfectly too
Complete thread -- I agree with pie Magnevist
Complete thread -- getting a sound of C at the end, like "magna C" or something
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Magnevist ? research to confirm
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy was used to confirm adequate placement of the needle. The ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. hyaluronic
Complete thread -- She will weight bear as tolerated. She will follow up in 10 days for ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- check out Heberden nodes ( i just popped in for a minute and am
Complete thread -- She complains of right small finger pain, progressive deformity and li ...
Complete thread -- if you Google 5H1AA, the results suggest it is written with a hyphen: "5-H1AA"
Complete thread -- doctor is dictating 5H one AA so should I write 5H1AA ...sorry I am bi ...
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks, Q! I have always had trouble with that one. Appreciate that link.
Complete thread -- Thank you, Questyr. I copied this explanation and will refer to in the future.
Complete thread -- This English grammar book states that you may use either
Complete thread -- Submucous resection of right and left inferior turbinates versus bilateral turbinates
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- As always. We probably have enough examples to make a day calendar by now.
Complete thread -- clearly said & clearly heard are two different things. I hope you finally figured it out
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack
Complete thread -- T--So full of yourself. Your have issues and ruin this forum. Bully
Complete thread -- might be "stockinette" too, like lb said above, which could make sense, I suppose.
Complete thread -- thanks I heard stocking and into elevation also so
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- into a stockinette and elevation? Sorry, that's a wag on what i hear.
Complete thread -- affected
Complete thread -- into a stack? a stocking? and to elevation? Sorry... can't quite get it.
Complete thread -- I changed it some and added again.
Complete thread -- of her fingers in the ______ extremity.
Complete thread -- I can't get the 1st one, can you re-record with more in front and take out the excess?
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- #2 look (he says it like "luke")
Complete thread -- placed in _____ elevation. The patient was taken to the OR for a repeat _____ on Feb
Complete thread -- COL1A2 (not sure about your 1-day, but the testing is for the COL1A2 gene mutation)
Complete thread -- s/l colon A, colon A2 genetic testing
Complete thread -- yes, autofusion
Complete thread -- autofusion?
Complete thread -- Imaging s/l r fusion
Complete thread -- And what do you think you are saying to the OP? You referred to my "details".
Complete thread -- celiohysterectomy?: Removal of the uterus through an abdominal incision. (?supra)
Complete thread -- Yes. I think we all get that she pronounced SPEP like "spayp". So what is your point???
Complete thread -- clearly said supra serious
Complete thread -- see if can hear supra cervical hysterectomyI
Complete thread -- 'T' was no "need" ask 4 explanation if U did not butt in. Post was 4 OP not you,
Complete thread -- PSH: S/l supra serious hysterectomy
Complete thread -- point was "spayp" is the way she says SPEP in Australia, prob means serum protein assay
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- Sent with blank - thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he is a setup for
Complete thread -- the other hand, __________ additional fibrillation
Complete thread -- with versus and, see message.
Complete thread -- remain or remains? sm
Complete thread -- nevermind. sending for double check.
Complete thread -- Of note, there was a temporal tarsorrhaphy in place; however, there wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- with paralysis were both induced
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- The patient was then brought to the operating room in good stable cond ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. yeah OB/GYN. will take care in future.
Complete thread -- In future it helps if we know anything about type of doctor.
Complete thread -- Dorothy Hong M.D.? (OB/GYN?)
Complete thread -- Might be Dr Dorothy Hong (see link)
Complete thread -- ASSISTANT: <____> Arcadia, CA ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He says "Ken"
Complete thread -- Dr Kenneth Harper in Georgia
Complete thread -- It remained reddened and irritated at times so she saw Terry Harper at ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It's an island
Complete thread -- Saint Simon's
Complete thread -- She says this was about 1-1/2 years ago, she thinks, in late 2014 she ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I believe that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I wouldn't
Complete thread -- should I put comma before through?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Feels to me like he just started to say full, but then corrected himself.
Complete thread -- The area was prepped with Betadine solution and draped in the usual st ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying isophane?
Complete thread -- Insulin s/l eye-so-uh-spin subcutaneous before meals. Dose is not stated. TIA
Complete thread -- Yes Q, I know, I saw picture and read. We have different opinions and that's ok.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- MODB
Complete thread -- A rubber dam was placed. Tooth #A was restored with an MOL composite ...
Complete thread -- agree with endplate
Complete thread -- need an umbrella Q? haha
Complete thread -- Are you saying it is written out in your preferences "type neuroforaminal" or are
Complete thread -- The endpoints mentioned in your clip are the "endpoints of movement" ..does not fit OP's
Complete thread -- I do see "endpoints" mention /spine Endpoint with facet joint degeneration and spinal
Complete thread -- No luck either. Found an unanswered question in archives that sounds
Complete thread -- Post wav? any mention of migraines, unsure,some kind of inhaler? post more info?
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- Floseal?
Complete thread -- )___ was used for coagulation as well as electro Bovie and bipolar cau ...
Complete thread -- typo "___________ after which time he was intubated"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "_______________ aftherwhich time he was intubated"
Complete thread -- The patient was brought into the operating room and placed in the supi ...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks
Complete thread -- ciliary body (see link)
Complete thread -- Relistening, she sounds like she's saying mitis oralis..i'm going to put in both and flag.
Complete thread -- Vitreous hemorrhage and complex retinal detachment. s/l seria body
Complete thread -- ty-agree with no combo word but it's clinic preference
Complete thread -- see google link
Complete thread -- Could he be saying endplate?
Complete thread -- Always neural foraminal or neural foramen or neural foramina....there is no combo word
Complete thread -- I find there are Streptococcus mitis and Streptococcus oralis
Complete thread -- MRI Lumbar spine s/l endpoint (?)
Complete thread -- perhaps Streptococcus mirabilis
Complete thread -- s/l strep mito=sir-alice..
Complete thread -- I went back and forth, changing the value from this to that, finally flagging. Sigh!
Complete thread -- Your vent is duly noted. ;) I hated speakers (particularly bad ones) who
Complete thread -- My rant: I hate trying to decide between 2 and 3 on lab values with certain speakers
Complete thread -- But thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- sorry, bad audio. It's pulse lavage. I know it sounds nothing like it.
Complete thread -- s/l callfalide - some kind of wound cleansing solution
Complete thread -- Yeah, I probably shouldn't have even asked for an explanation.
Complete thread -- uhh... color me contused here. confused too.
Complete thread -- Bristow anterior stabilization capsulorrhaphy
Complete thread -- listening again and not sure if revision is correct. (sloppy dictator) s/l shim a shim
Complete thread -- surgery for shoulder
Complete thread -- Diabetes drugs the "G' drugs. Not positive on your s/l take a look
Complete thread -- That's what I heard, yes. Now, what is your point?
Complete thread -- she says it like "spayp" -
Complete thread -- Just in csse? Maybe you mean just in "case".
Complete thread -- What are you talking about?
Complete thread -- "P sound on the wav - SPEP also called SPE
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I see what you're saying. There are two sentences.
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- OP didn't miss a word. No cause has been found. It is worded correctly.
Complete thread -- Did you miss a word in 3rd & last sentence GI cause for her anemia has NOT been found
Complete thread -- low-residue diet
Complete thread -- await results from biopsy, _____ diet lactose
Complete thread -- hematinics haematinics (just in csse you didn't notice different spelling here)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I'm actually fairly sure it is SPEP, I just put the (?) because she says it so funny.
Complete thread -- SPEP (?) I usually hear that as "ess-pep" but she says it like "spayp"
Complete thread -- Her previous ___was normal with no evidence of any paraproteins
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Clif bar
Complete thread -- mashed potatoes, chicken, vegetables, pretzels, ____ bar, apple, broccoli, and soup
Complete thread -- OK, I give up. The first name sounds like "Dilshan" to me...
Complete thread -- LOL, sorry, he is a surgeon or gastro doc
Complete thread -- give us a hint - what kind of surgery? If he is an orthodontist I have a guess.
Complete thread -- Dr name help, doc is in VIC Australia.
Complete thread -- what are the surrounding words? (sometimes word sounds blend)
Complete thread -- was rotated to perform (?) exposure
Complete thread -- Finding Yoakum, but I hear an "L" sound. That's probably it.
Complete thread -- Lokum, Texas
Complete thread -- oops, can't find it.
Complete thread -- s/l Locum, Texas Can
Complete thread -- sternocleidomastoid was ________ and then at this
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Good job! I'm glad you figured it out.
Complete thread -- Bingo! low transverse cesarean birth requiring vertical extension of the incision into
Complete thread -- Finding reference to "vertical extension."
Complete thread -- late reply, but I can picture a wound "pouting" like lips - so I'd say it's okay.
Complete thread -- Thanks, t! Doesn't say repeat, but that is what I was thinking regarding incision.
Complete thread -- I've never heard that dictated, but I would guess extension of the incision? (assuming it
Complete thread -- When they say a c-section "without extension," what do they mean?
Complete thread -- pat with diabetes drug
Complete thread -- 2. slinged over? can't quite get this one.
Complete thread -- 1. and the ansa cervicalis was identified
Complete thread -- A couple of questions.
Complete thread -- subclavian artery bypass __________ on a separate date
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- surrounding her surgical history
Complete thread -- cystectomy as well as two caesarian sections _____ in her surgical
Complete thread -- Thanks, flagged. Doc did this three times in one set of reports!!!!
Complete thread -- placed prone.
Complete thread -- Frame
Complete thread -- The patient was placed on the regular OR table ___ frame. ...
Complete thread -- the last several years
Complete thread -- Over the period of the last several years.
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- The patient is a highly athletic emergency room physician who particip ...
Complete thread -- Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thought reflux happens only inside throat. lol
Complete thread -- Thanks. I tried to hear that but kept hearing "the outer" instead.
Complete thread -- Me2
Complete thread -- I think so. R U concerned about grammar or the procedure?
Complete thread -- m hearing "our"
Complete thread -- The patient was seen with both _ aneurysm nurse, Nicole Salant, and Kimberly Lombardo
Complete thread -- is it ok?
Complete thread -- Ah.
Complete thread -- From the context, it's clear to me it means to become chronic. I posted the previous
Complete thread -- What is it you think he means...because I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- thanks. I wonder - if the meaning is clear, can I just give it to him even though he made
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- I just went back to listen for "prouding," but I can't hear that. Thanks
Complete thread -- I don't think so....I'll look and see if I can find an alternative
Complete thread -- He did say Mepore...good catch isgal.
Complete thread -- Is chronicify a word? Doesn't google very well. sm
Complete thread -- It seems that when two edges of a wound are sutured
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think prouding out is much more likely. I hear proud very often
Complete thread -- On 2nd thought, "Dress-It" seems to belong to Medipore, not Mepore, though he sure sounds
Complete thread -- Mepore (see link)
Complete thread -- Mepore
Complete thread -- thanks, but any clue what this would mean? I'm not finding it anywhere
Complete thread -- The skin was then closed using 3-0 Prolene in a subcuticular closure. ...
Complete thread -- Disregard...I think isgal got it with "deltoid"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- And yes, a towel clip can be used to create holes (I confirmed on googling)
Complete thread -- I hear "deltoid," but I don't know what kind of surgery this is or if it makes sense.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "velcro"
Complete thread -- Good repair was obtained in this manner. The wound was then irrigated ...
Complete thread -- It's not a common phrase...but since it's descriptive, it is
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sculpting
Complete thread -- Two holes were created and two SwiveLock anchors were driven into plac ...
Complete thread -- His wound is dry and well healed. It is *pouting out* as it was in the last visit.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would think it would have to be "on" in order to "impinge"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "impinging on (or ?off) the
Complete thread -- The deltoid was then elevated off of the acromion with electrocautery ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Using the same concept as high school band
Complete thread -- Onelook also indicates lounge chair position could go without hyphen
Complete thread -- in the lounge-chair position
Complete thread -- After a successful induction of general anesthesia, the patient’s left ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 avulsion
Complete thread -- avulsion
Complete thread -- #1 They were all avulsed
Complete thread -- I think I can hear "it was not consented in today's talk."
Complete thread -- The patient had a large rotator cuff tear involving the supraspinatus, ...
Complete thread -- anyone hear "it was not consented today?"
Complete thread -- I hear something like "_____ in today's talk."
Complete thread -- separate operative instrumentation, hence this was not ___ today
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "consistent" ???
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: 1. Significant antral erythema and nodularity <____ ...
Complete thread -- Bingo!
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort. m hearing The patient uses large doses of ibuprofen
Complete thread -- I still can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- While it is most likely referring to quantity, I can't make out what synonym it
Complete thread -- sorry. that was other blank that i got.
Complete thread -- Okay, but that doesn't seem to match your blank. I'll just assume you got it & let it go
Complete thread -- oops. sorry. reposted
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. Biopsies of the edge of the ulcer were obtained
Complete thread -- Onelook shows no hyphen in Z line
Complete thread -- Do U want to repost?
Complete thread -- clean-base
Complete thread -- The esophagus was unremarkable. The Z-line was sharp. There was a 2 ...
Complete thread -- This is a pleasant 43-year-old female with history of gastroesophageal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for clearing that up for me. It sure sounded strange.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. family is separate heading, Family History. not in this wav.
Complete thread -- I think I hear something like "in a sale of paint family"
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: No history of tobacco or alcohol use. The patient wo ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- typo qualify (not quality)
Complete thread -- No prob. When I quality my suggestions (like with "I think" or some such) it means
Complete thread -- Tyvm Q for the info. I am going with 30 as i can really hear it.
Complete thread -- I have a similar report but no numbers given. Can 30 be possible. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Your call...this book shows where at one point they cycled it
Complete thread -- I was like hearing 30???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he says "We then cycled the graft 3 times."
Complete thread -- to explain the symptoms
Complete thread -- I think I hear something like. ". For now will treat for"
Complete thread -- another mp3 posted. same report below. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Nonspecific inflammatory changes. Check pathology to rule out underly ...
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #1 ", rule out celiac"
Complete thread -- I think U R right, that it s/b ala...but perhaps there is another word
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers.
Complete thread -- Nonspecific duodenitis, gastritis, esophagitis. Check pathology. Rul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yes, offset....I capped it because I think it begins the sentence.
Complete thread -- IV fluids
Complete thread -- I think he says "Offset" ...I'm going to go check
Complete thread -- off-set?
Complete thread -- Upper endoscopy and colonoscopy are now done for further evaluation. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- right nasal ______ s/l "alion" (I feel like it should be ala, but cannot hear that)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. right knee arthroscopy.
Complete thread -- on an urgent basis
Complete thread -- This is a 38-year-old gentleman seen in GI consultation <____> ...
Complete thread -- yeah that is what poi and taco would do, not surprised, fits their post profile
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I lean toward the virgule (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. allergist-immunologist ok or allergist/immunologist?
Complete thread -- typo...Qureshi
Complete thread -- Full name is Dr Irum Alisha Quershi (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient has well known severe multiple food allergies, is followed ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The pt to remain...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bathroom.
Complete thread -- A nonadherent dry sterile dressing was applied along with a bulky foot ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A linear periosteal and capsular
Complete thread -- This was deepened to the level of the superficial fascia onto the leve ...
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- I think reference is being made to famotidine 20 mg/50 ml solution IVPB every 12 hours
Complete thread -- IVPB (piggyback).
Complete thread -- Famotidine 20 mg equals 50 mL solution s/l IVPV every 12 hours. TIA!
Complete thread -- Since googling indicates it is available in 3 strengths (20, 40 and 80) we
Complete thread -- Depo-Medrol 20 mg injection in description of procedure but then dictates 40 mg later
Complete thread -- No prob.
Complete thread -- My apologies, Q!
Complete thread -- Some of the muscles included in my previous link are the thenar (intrinsic) muscles.
Complete thread -- Nevermind my post above, this explains it much better...
Complete thread -- Googling "thenar intrinsic muscle" reveals very few hits. The link below does not include
Complete thread -- I just googled....thenar intrinsic muscles and found hits explaining them
Complete thread -- googling indicates intrinsic muscles of the hand include 4 groups, one of which is thenar
Complete thread -- hand atrophy
Complete thread -- thank you so much, O!
Complete thread -- I totally understand - I do that myself sometimes... sometimes less is better when Googlin
Complete thread -- Arg! I did Google but with more words involved unsuccessfully. Thanks, taco.
Complete thread -- It's fine. (google "crus of the diaphragm" for more info)
Complete thread -- lymph node near the left s/l crus of the diaphragm.
Complete thread -- Thanks - I just got my hands on some old reports from this doctor, and he seems to
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- Senn rakes?
Complete thread -- altho, i've not heard "organic sensorium" before (SM)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sensorium?
Complete thread -- Higher cortical function and organic s/l sensorum are completely intact.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that's exactly how I'd do it.
Complete thread -- The patient is a very pleasant left-hand-dominant 60-year-old male
Complete thread -- Resection of skull base mass posterior neck; we put in two s/l*sin-rinks*
Complete thread -- agreed and duly noted. "somebody" is trying to start trouble and it sure isn't us.
Complete thread -- The patient might have written incorrectly, but he clearly pronounces the glycoprolol.
Complete thread -- (so can metoprolol, but that doesn't sound as much like your s/l)
Complete thread -- bisoprolol can be in a combo with the HCTZ - maybe saying that with a long /i/ sound?
Complete thread -- Medication s/l glycoprolol slash (/)hydrochlorothiazide. Cannot find this
Complete thread -- me too, but probably too late.
Complete thread -- ooh - good catch, lb. I missed that... I hope OP sees your post.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- yep, and a karyotype on the product (what I heard)
Complete thread -- products of / products
Complete thread -- D&C with a histopathology confirming ___ conception and a carrier type
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Tri-Cyclen (and I hear "comma" after "smoker")
Complete thread -- jftr - that wasn't me (I sign my umbrellas) but I agree.
Complete thread -- despite the use of the contraceptive pill and ___, that she also has significant pelv
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- yeah, *somebody* is not hearing it correctly...
Complete thread -- right. and something was used, but "what" was used?
Complete thread -- That is the next sentence, though, after the blank.
Complete thread -- ahhh, thank you taco!
Complete thread -- agree with RSV - especially in a 2-year-old.
Complete thread -- or it could be RSV like taco suggested, but in any case the question was posted
Complete thread -- some VMS (?) (which can be vasomotor symptoms or vasomotor menopausal symptoms)
Complete thread -- normal vaginal deliveries. 2. Post menopause,_____.
Complete thread -- Better luck with blank if able to post voice file. Multiple pages of sm
Complete thread -- (I'm assuming dictator is ESL who pronounces "Vee" like "Wee")
Complete thread -- I'm sure I'm too late, but RSV screen.
Complete thread -- the sound clip ends at "introduced" and begins at "edema" - it isn't out of order
Complete thread -- maybe he is trying to say this "The scope was introduced sm
Complete thread -- Since he is ESL, I think he does not get words in right order
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- go with whatever is said
Complete thread -- anterior tibialis or tibialis anterior
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lubrication was used?
Complete thread -- I posted too fast. I pulled it up as a supplement.
Complete thread -- Medication that clearly s/l Micro-max
Complete thread -- *something* was used (it s/l "a blue patient was used" but that's obviously not it)
Complete thread -- Therefore, the patient _________. The scope was introduced
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating suite and placed on the opera ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Areta strep screen?
Complete thread -- Patient's s/l auto-sweescreen was negative, and influenza screen was negative. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- me either
Complete thread -- I can't get the blank. Sorry
Complete thread -- The prep (not preop)
Complete thread -- The Olympus video colonoscope was inserted through the rectum and mani ...
Complete thread -- Googling does show white exudate can indicate esophagitis
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- If it is that, of course it would be done as "1. Evidence of etc"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Number one evidence of esophagitis" ????
Complete thread -- #2. Rule out
Complete thread -- Also think it s/b atypical-appearing
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION AND PLAN: 1. <____> esophagitis. Rule out candi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: There was (not It)
Complete thread -- third of the
Complete thread -- The Olympus video gastroscope was inserted through the patient’s mouth ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody. extended wav posted. thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I hear some form of the word bacteria or bacteremic or bacterial or ??
Complete thread -- really wag on #1 - deleterious
Complete thread -- I question your 2nd sentence that colitis is not likely to cause any symptom,
Complete thread -- I think #2 is number 2
Complete thread -- Nonspecific inflammatory changes. Rule out underlying colitis and 2 s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- breast shapes
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with the patient in the sitting position, the
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was again obtained and at that time when the patient was in ...
Complete thread -- What is the procedure title? I'd like to search about for a sample report.
Complete thread -- i m hearing "to the 2 electrodes for the 8-set screw tighteners
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I'm referring to #1 blank
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "Both 3/8 thick" ????
Complete thread -- I know what you mean. But perhaps between the two of our
Complete thread -- #2. for each
Complete thread -- The new extension was then brought from the back wound to the hip woun ...
Complete thread -- curious, you think an incision was made with the tip of the tunneler? Sometimes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- from that incision?
Complete thread -- from that
Complete thread -- A small incision was then made in the left temporal area and a special ...
Complete thread -- also wonder if it shouldn't be "and a subcutaneous pocket fashioned"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and a subcutaneous pocket fashioned
Complete thread -- it would need to be
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Transverse incision was then made through the old scar in the left but ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with the tip of the tunneler and (not in) a etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- at the tip of the...fashioned
Complete thread -- A subcutaneous tunneling tool was then used to make a tunnel from this ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think so.
Complete thread -- he don't stutter and i am also hearing infraoral. rest of the sentence okay?
Complete thread -- Does this doc stutter? Could he be saying "infraorbital" (though it s/l infraoral) ???
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Atypical face pain. PROCEDURE PERFORME ...
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done and why?
Complete thread -- It was then sutured to the temporalis fascia using 2 silk sutures and ...
Complete thread -- A small incision was then made in the left temporal area and a special ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Doptone
Complete thread -- Fetal heart tones are heard with the daw-tone at 132 beats per minute. TIA!
Complete thread -- Don't be sad, OP...
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- sulfasalazine?
Complete thread -- Azathioprine 150 mg daily, s/l so-fo-less-than 1 g daily, prednisone 30 mg TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Blenderm? (see link)
Complete thread -- brenderma ? on wound pls sm
Complete thread -- :(
Complete thread -- Isolated Disk Disruption
Complete thread -- Wonder if U R hearing "L4-L5 is IDR with degenerative change" (see google
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- MRI scan lumbar spine s/l SIDR
Complete thread -- Sure does. Unfortunately those days are only good memories now.
Complete thread -- Yes, paid by the hour makes a big difference!
Complete thread -- Thanks, t! I can only dream of such an experience!
Complete thread -- When I was in-house it worked the other way around. All the bad stuff stayed with us and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Best of luck to you!
Complete thread -- Here's one sample of an MT physical with headings (showing rectal exam)...There are
Complete thread -- sounds like a stumble to me too, double oti... otitis media. Double otitis media is what
Complete thread -- Well, okay. Need to find me some in-house work. Terrible.
Complete thread -- Yeah that. Taco's explanation is better than mine, but that is my feeling too.
Complete thread -- I'd put it under "RECTAL:"
Complete thread -- Okay for rectal exam to go under GU heading?
Complete thread -- I'm not poi (I'm taco) but I would.
Complete thread -- Sure would. *just being real* I knew she was doing it, and I really
Complete thread -- You would cherry-pick?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I agree that it doesn't sound like a stumble but have no idea what she's trying
Complete thread -- I used to work for a surgery center that did that. Gave me the
Complete thread -- I hear " O-O" pretty clearly and doesn't sound like a stutter to me, but I
Complete thread -- Thoughts please. I have worked for 2 companies that subcontract with other companies
Complete thread -- fluff back to T
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like just a stumble to me, tried to hear "acute" but just a stumble
Complete thread -- Mom reported that her symptoms seemed to begin after 2 courses of antibiotic
Complete thread -- s/l coenchal flows may be collateral flow =(side branches)
Complete thread -- co-en-chal flows
Complete thread -- condition or fact of being different; quality or state of having many different forms
Complete thread -- lb...
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- ever hear of this? S/l complicated opinion
Complete thread -- fluff to T
Complete thread -- Yep, and we were talking amongst ourselves - nobody asked anybody to read your post.
Complete thread -- but, I only spoke the truth.
Complete thread -- She's talking about my post below... no worries. I have thick skin.
Complete thread -- I know, right? I've got to stop being so hard on myself! :)
Complete thread -- haha, you are so kind!
Complete thread -- sorry, taco. If there would be a way to delete my post, I would do so for you. :)
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Are you accusing taco of bullying herself? She gave herself the umbrella, how is
Complete thread -- dang - isgal beat me to it. George Radvan is what I heard also...
Complete thread -- Dr. George Radvan
Complete thread -- Here they are again.Can't we all get some relief and peace from this bullying
Complete thread -- returned to Australia in 1998 and after he was 16 he was referred to Dr ___,
Complete thread -- Eggzactly.
Complete thread -- right! whereas some others will argue to the death and keep posting more
Complete thread -- Yep, it sure does. And the best of us can admit when we make a mistake.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- happens to the best of us...
Complete thread -- ☂ (sorry)
Complete thread -- OK - ignore my "pterygo" suggestion below - I think Oasis is right.
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- cervicomental contours?
Complete thread -- also the second part might be "mental" vs. "omental" but again, I'm not sure of exact term
Complete thread -- it's pterygo... but not sure if pterygo-omental or pterygoid omental or pterygomental...
Complete thread -- I believe this is correct. A lot of reference to lateral margins, anterior margin, etc
Complete thread -- excellent restoration of the _______ omental contours
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- make sense, right margins?
Complete thread -- ...and that should be "bivalved" cast.
Complete thread -- It would be "retinacula," not retinaculums,
Complete thread -- In my opinion, he is just stumbling..."medial and lateral retinaculums."
Complete thread -- #1: bivalve cast
Complete thread -- he is to remove the ______ pad. I would _______ and just remove
Complete thread -- medial and lateral ______ retinaculums were intact
Complete thread -- Probably the size, 6.0 (mm).
Complete thread -- "6/0 or 6.0 or 6-0" up-angled curette
Complete thread -- Have a good day!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m done here. Have a nice night. :-)
Complete thread -- I listened to her lungs; they were clear. The patient is up walking around,
Complete thread -- Her abdomen, no evidence of infection. Her drains are draining approp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I have taken the drains already out of her breasts. Those look good.
Complete thread -- She was in after her bilateral TRAM flap last week. She looks good. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- with regards to the matching?
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- She is doing well with a right breast reduction. She is healing up ni ...
Complete thread -- ah, I see my comma. That makes sense.
Complete thread -- I was starting a new sentence.
Complete thread -- I think it should be "very large breastS to begin with"
Complete thread -- Just out of curiosity poi, why not start a new sentence with "I told her etc" ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but she does not have a very large breast to begin with.
Complete thread -- , I told her it would be
Complete thread -- I have recommended removal of the implants with capsulectomy and repla ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Disregard. I like poi's better.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Actually her"
Complete thread -- The actual implants are small? I would estimate the implants are maybe
Complete thread -- Now she is a 34D. On physical examination, she has got grade 3 capsul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He may be saying "They were smaller implants (referring to the 32C)...but I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- went to like a
Complete thread -- She had implants placed about 8 years ago. They are smaller implants. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yup
Complete thread -- We are going to continue to follow her. **If she has any problems, sh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "nevus. She had one anteriorly that had some
Complete thread -- We did some excisions of nevus. She then went anteriorly <____ ...
Complete thread -- What is the specific sentence you are considering? I couldn't think
Complete thread -- that's actually what I was thinking too. why do you think it wouldn't make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- I think he says: wound, let the tourniquet down,
Complete thread -- screw (not screws)...let the tourniquet down and
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: There was the broken screw that was etc
Complete thread -- AP and lateral fluoro confirmed that the first and second tarsometatar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He does say did...personally, I would correct it.
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "to make sure it had been removed...and it did" doesn't make sense..I would expect "and it
Complete thread -- so I could get some?
Complete thread -- I took an x-ray to make sure it had been removed and it did, so I irri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- subtle
Complete thread -- Suggest putting a comma "leave it, but"
Complete thread -- Given the lack of history of significant instability, we opted to just ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 just
Complete thread -- #1 with
Complete thread -- Previously, the ACL looked great with good fibers but this time it loo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- where the sutures were placed where it pulled through a bit.
Complete thread -- At the site of the repair, the peripheral tear had healed but there wa ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Ha, on another dictionary search I did find rick as "a pile of firewood like a cord, but
Complete thread -- =) Thanks much! I came across that too PDAC.
Complete thread -- If I knew you'd be so upset over nothing, I would've posted my findings elsewhere in the
Complete thread -- OK - I did find placenta-derived adherent (PDA) cells - I'm glad you got it!
Complete thread -- I had to double think too..because there are, of course, nouns such
Complete thread -- thanks. doc repeated it again in another report...
Complete thread -- I've been looking and the only thing I've found so far is PRP injections...
Complete thread -- I've been looking and the only thing I've found so far is PRP injections...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I listened for 'tract' and I think 'track' is correct. :)
Complete thread -- No, that wouldn't make sense.
Complete thread -- Could it be "no lymph node tract" as in they were removed prior? Just a thought.
Complete thread -- see verbix.com link for the conjungation.
Complete thread -- I believe it falls under the heading of present subjunctive.
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- track (becaused tracked would be past tense)
Complete thread -- After breast surgery....a s/l tense band traversing the axilla. Does this sound
Complete thread -- is it 'tracked' or 'track?' Thanks
Complete thread -- please and TIA
Complete thread -- s/l PDA injections for knee
Complete thread -- Did I say "always?" No, I did not.
Complete thread -- I hear it a lot in my area, but according to some sources it's a subjective term and
Complete thread -- Ha ha! I guess it is okay to call someone phoney, but "nincompoop" is abusive?
Complete thread -- I guess. I've been burning wood for years and my hub had no idea what the heck this doc
Complete thread -- that is truly a euphemism!
Complete thread -- Oh, dear! Sounds like a treat!
Complete thread -- that too...
Complete thread -- he is so frustrating (white line of Lloyd) slowed way down diverse/diversed thank you tho
Complete thread -- ? Velopharngeal ... Not sure the next word ?? Penetrace (total guess)
Complete thread -- maybe saying "ah pierced"?
Complete thread -- was pierced?
Complete thread -- new dr. (resident) with odd choices of words sm plse
Complete thread -- right in the nick of time?
Complete thread -- geez, I'm a woodcutter - we cut it, split it, burn it everyday, and I've never heard of a
Complete thread -- sounds good - caught it right in time. :)
Complete thread -- rick, which by my searching seems to be about half a cord.
Complete thread -- any woodcutters out there? My hub is at a loss. Pain clinic note - SM
Complete thread -- Might be referring to paraneoplastic syndromes but no way to
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #2 psychoeducation
Complete thread -- For #1 I think I hear "He's responding better to _____"
Complete thread -- cooperative. ______. Supportive therapy is ongoing, as well as _______
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- are still telling (btw - I listened to your other wav and can't get it)
Complete thread -- contracting for safety, as the voices ______ him to ki
Complete thread -- ok yippy yappy mooty pooty
Complete thread -- wants to stop smoking and wants to be given ______. He is less distressed
Complete thread -- Say them out loud - no evidence of 4 knee a / no evidence of hernia.
Complete thread -- not unless 4 s.l her and a s.l uh. if it's moot, why are you still yapping?
Complete thread -- hernia also sounds like "4 knee a" - OP said thanks, so I think it's moot
Complete thread -- s.b forn yeh but american doctors usually say for knee A
Complete thread -- This lesion enhances and could reflect neoplasms such as neurogenic tu ...
Complete thread -- Fournier is pronounced exactly like the s.l if a is pronounced like
Complete thread -- good guess...
Complete thread -- Whatever. A mellow yellow rose by any other name... you still stink.
Complete thread -- No, you think wrong humbug.
Complete thread -- Mellow Yellow. A song by the song artist Donovan.
Complete thread -- I think you're the poster I was referring to - Darlene, right?
Complete thread -- does you account capitalize generics? (aspirin, fenofibrate)
Complete thread -- I bet you are talking about yourself humbug, Crafty fairy tale maker
Complete thread -- I was going to guess hernia if the answer below is not correct.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree w"/trying"
Complete thread -- But some would say you shouldn't cap if not a brand, so your way was probably fine.
Complete thread -- ?PPM (permanent pacemaker)
Complete thread -- This board isn't the place for it.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Since there's no actual trademark, you could probably do it any way you want to. If
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You must be new. Most of us know not to try to be nice on this board.
Complete thread -- trial of void letter or later
Complete thread -- Fournier as in gangrene?
Complete thread -- No evidence of *4 knee a*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Farxiga?
Complete thread -- med s/l frat see ka
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: CABG, stents, and *P P N*
Complete thread -- #1 the tube fell out? #2 Since the time that her tube had fallen, she has had extensive
Complete thread -- This is a 53-year-old Caucasian female who has previous trial of right ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- often ____ nostrils to. (I hear enflares but that's not word AFAIK)
Complete thread -- No recent ear infections. Also a mouth breather <____> breath ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- I'm shutting down now. Goodnight.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #3 acoustic reflexes.
Complete thread -- This is a 5-year-old male with previous sets of ear tubes <____ ...
Complete thread -- Just to be clear.#1"frequent arousability during the night, difficult arousability in the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "during the night, difficult arousability" #2 desire for naps and
Complete thread -- arousability during the night, dyspnea? ...and gasping at night while sleeping.
Complete thread -- This is a 9-year-old male with symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea, co ...
Complete thread -- By sorry, I mean....I just don't know for sure which or even if something else
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- At first I hear "admitted"....but then it s/l "at minimum" .....sorry
Complete thread -- He is a 55-year-old male ____with a thalamic hemorrhage found due to a small
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- For the beginning of the blank, could he be saying "female patient with" ???
Complete thread -- typo...nasal (not nasao)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "____nasao obstruction, nasal congestion, and difficulty breathing through
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops...I think you've got it with "no family history of hearing loss"
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a very pleasant <____> nas ...
Complete thread -- I wasn't sure about "past"....but now I think you've got it with
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. are u hearing family also?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "no past"
Complete thread -- No history of otitis media in the past and <____> history of h ...
Complete thread -- I still hear the "abnormal tympanogram", but I agree with
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- audiogram ... paragraph both have fluid in the ears...
Complete thread -- See the line above for my complete suggested possibility
Complete thread -- I think I hear
Complete thread -- There may be "______ abnormal tympanogram, fluid in etc"
Complete thread -- oops "________fluid in his (or ?the) ears, turns up the TV, and speaks loud, and
Complete thread -- I think I hear "________fluid in his (or ?the) ears, turns up the TV and asks people to
Complete thread -- a failed
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a 5-year-old male who is referred ...
Complete thread -- Thanks - all the bottles cap it though. My new bottle of ibuprofen caps that too so I'm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- also there is a problem I think with "there was a ....needletip was advanced" (you've
Complete thread -- I think what I hear is "and once identifying the femur, it was marked"
Complete thread -- The patient was laid in the supine position and once identified <_ ...
Complete thread -- I guess that should be cut/paste the answer into google.
Complete thread -- I am thinking her point was don't bother clicking on the link as no
Complete thread -- That was my first post in the thread ya nincompoop. Who do you see right through? U don't
Complete thread -- Your post so phoney. link listed just what helper posted, you know it & want pardon
Complete thread -- I'm thinking someone was helping you out by posting what the link was to, but
Complete thread -- He usually targets one certain poster, that's what he was doing, but goofed up
Complete thread -- That's one business that won't be taken over by computers anytime soon.
Complete thread -- thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- I thought he was saying "take 1 for..." but makes no sense since torsemide precedes it.
Complete thread -- I might be changing my views on that.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- My recently purchased bottle reads, "Super B Complex with Vitamin C."
Complete thread -- PhosLo hyperphosphatemia in end stage renal failure
Complete thread -- prednisone 15 mg daily, Norvasc, Phos-flor, torsemide, __________ obes ...
Complete thread -- Is super B-complex capped?
Complete thread -- t Your point in posting "google search results for DT-MRI tractography" disputing ?
Complete thread -- thanks for looking out for me :)
Complete thread -- Whew! Glad I caught you.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks taco, going to look into this
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me since she is in training in what is basically
Complete thread -- No! Don't flag! It makes sense!
Complete thread -- thanks, going to flag
Complete thread -- can't make sense of "clinical," can't make sense of "critical."
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. That's what I heard also, but does that fit the context?
Complete thread -- she was in a clinical site?
Complete thread -- at her clinical site.
Complete thread -- X had a syncopal episode a few days ago. She is an athletic training major. She was
Complete thread -- glad you got it.
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- I could not really be happier with her _____ good outcome
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I was about to give up.
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- ODI On-Demand Interpreting
Complete thread -- Maybe OD stands for object dictionary? Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- I think I figure it out. Thanks
Complete thread -- Please see message
Complete thread -- Forgive my ignorance, but how can I go back just one day or two to re-read the posts?
Complete thread -- History was obtained using s/l oddi electronic translation device
Complete thread -- Gimme a hug, a "happy valentine's day, sweetie," and call it a day. Hallmark holiday.....
Complete thread -- A wonderful place where they don't let you pay for meals? Color me green with envy!
Complete thread -- make that two in this crowd - I'm not into your mellow yellow rose either.
Complete thread -- There's one in every crowd.
Complete thread -- Thanks, t!
Complete thread -- Sorry to hear about the closing, but with a good cook in the house who knows your
Complete thread -- vlad...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This should be done every day, not just on Valentine's Day. Not so much the rose, though.
Complete thread -- My niece owns a pretty upscale European-style restaurant and offers up an extensive
Complete thread -- link is to Google search results for "DT-MRI tractography"
Complete thread -- link is to Google search results for "DT-MRI tractography"
Complete thread -- impressed as usual Oasis, here is your link, may help for OP
Complete thread -- Give your special person a hug, a mellow yellow rose, a great day ahead
Complete thread -- DT-MRI tractography?
Complete thread -- All I know about it is what I read on a placemat at a cheap Chinese restaurant.
Complete thread -- I know next to nothing about the Chinese Zodiac (or even western), so I guess we're even.
Complete thread -- s/l dt arthrotriopgraphy
Complete thread -- Referring doctor is actually in Pennsylvania so this makes sense. Thanks!
Complete thread -- There is a Bryn Mawr Rehab in Pennsylvania
Complete thread -- She has ultimately returned to home after a short stay at ____ Rehab and continues to
Complete thread -- Darlene, Taco was merely pointing out that your link was to a Google search which was an
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack (yet again)
Complete thread -- Yes, "Esq." would be dictated "Esquire" just like "Mr." would be dictated "Mister"...
Complete thread -- if you post an email addy...
Complete thread -- Taco ☂☂☂☂The question- poster said "Esquire" WAS dictated
Complete thread -- I missed that holiday! - I've been celebrating the New Year (of the Monkey) all week.
Complete thread -- Shall we belatedly dedicate this to National Umbrella Day? I visited the board late in the
Complete thread -- Senokot-S has an added stool softener
Complete thread -- Medication
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, ikdalm. I went to that site, signed up for free membership and it
Complete thread -- ☂ - nm's link is to results of typing OP's question word for word into Google search box.
Complete thread -- ☂ - nm's link is to results of typing OP's question word for word into Google search box.
Complete thread -- I beg to differ. Some things are always abbreviated even when verbatim.
Complete thread -- I know, right?!
Complete thread -- thanks for link-very informative
Complete thread -- scroll down to page 3, figure 1A-C
Complete thread -- Yes. (see link describing)
Complete thread -- perforating makes sense to me - making little holes
Complete thread -- injection s/l perforating make sense?
Complete thread -- __?__ to=(two) calcium and vitamin D 1 tablet (suggestion sm)
Complete thread -- s.l a fun session for the therapist
Complete thread -- I would also put a comma after greenish (yellow, greenish, and blackish material)
Complete thread -- comma...yellow, greenish and blackish material (but greenish yellow, yellow-green)
Complete thread -- Yes! You're the bomb
Complete thread -- morphologic changes?
Complete thread -- 40/40 blend setting, loop (see link)
Complete thread -- MRIknee s/l mul fo lage change
Complete thread -- The patient is a 67-year-old female who has had nasal obstruction due ...
Complete thread -- A weighted metal speculum was inserted. The anterior lip of the cervi ...
Complete thread -- fill to 450
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- given the wide separation that the patient had, (fill?) the 450.
Complete thread -- The left breast was addressed in a similar fashion. At this point, gi ...
Complete thread -- sweet dreams. you to enjoy yours.
Complete thread -- I'm shutting down. Have a good weekend.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- impinge in full extension; nothing else there.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "when out"
Complete thread -- At this point, the tourniquet was let down. The wounds were then copi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Guy, I think we missed the mark....and billybob is right.
Complete thread -- a slightly looser 10.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. yeah i m hearing pin too.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ?pin?
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- For #1 I hear "nine five" (?9.5?)
Complete thread -- At this point, the graft was prepared. We used allograft. I then pre ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "in the"
Complete thread -- I then debrided the nonfunctioning ACL back to its insertion ____ femu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Pristine cartilage at the" (see link)
Complete thread -- Small grade 2 change about the patella <____> trochlea. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- We had treated...
Complete thread -- We ordered an
Complete thread -- We treated her conservatively with physical therapy, injection, anti-i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. Yes. EVERYTHING is expanded where I work, just abbreviating for here.
Complete thread -- I'm not having any luck with your s/l. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Are you aware q.d. is on the Dangerous Abbreviations list and is recommended to use daily?
Complete thread -- s/l pee-al-to calcium and vitamin D 1 tablet p.o. q.d.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could be....that's why I said "I think" because I wasn't completely sure.
Complete thread -- can it be "bolus the medicine and saline and the pump functioned appropriately?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "the saline in the"
Complete thread -- The procedure to empty the pump and program the pump to bolus the medi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He says Lady of the Lake, but the actual name is Our Lady of the Lake...and I would edit
Complete thread -- BoS 2 says no period with academic credentials, and I generally don't anyway
Complete thread -- When they dictate John Jones Junior we transcribe it John Jones, Jr. (if the
Complete thread -- This is a normal protocol for the <____> Pontchartrain Surgery ...
Complete thread -- for me, if dictated "Esquire", I'd use it esp if verbatim, Esq is abbreviation
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Esq. (period after Esq?)
Complete thread -- Yes, use the abbreviation
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wav posted for above for this
Complete thread -- Ashcraft & Gerel, LLP, specifically Drew LaFramboise, ____ with that f ...
Complete thread -- I usually use the abbreviation form when used in conjunction with the name.
Complete thread -- is it Esquire or Esq? dictating Esquire (for attorney?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- decontamination
Complete thread -- decontamination
Complete thread -- The pump was then delivered to circulating nurse who followed the ordi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He changes his mind to "four anchor sutures"
Complete thread -- Electrocautery was used to maintain hemostasis and the pump was freed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Make that ..."catheter. As the"
Complete thread -- as the
Complete thread -- The sutures were removed from the anchor of the intrathecal catheter. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- Googling shows G89.4=chronic pain syndrome in ICD coding (see link)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ____89.4, T85.698A, and M79.81. ...
Complete thread -- hooo ray, I sure did research, " very "often" the MT is missing the first part of term
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. Actually think it is Zimmer cephalomedullary device.
Complete thread -- See the XL link
Complete thread -- Also might be XL...so you'll have to determine
Complete thread -- Nevermind about my intra question.
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Might be Zimmer SL (and R U sure U don't hear INTRAmedullary device?)
Complete thread -- ORIF sub/inter trochanteric femur fracture with long s/l simmer-sess-il medullary TIA
Complete thread -- Wonderful. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- GOT IT! participative
Complete thread -- I don't think I can :(
Complete thread -- I'm coming up empty. Can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- OP, see "there are some older versions here" starting under poi's
Complete thread -- Psych
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- p.s. looks like I linked you to the already opened folder.
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is C-MYC (see PubMed article link)
Complete thread -- S/l Seem-ic testing is ordered. Preliminary report is negative, less suggestive TIA!
Complete thread -- there are some older versions here...
Complete thread -- I went to that site, but one only downloads a file converter.
Complete thread -- Hmmm. I thought they had no more free versions. Thanks for that link, poi.
Complete thread -- did you try googling express scribe 5.3? I did and it seems you can download it. (link)
Complete thread -- Re: Express Scribe v. 5.81
Complete thread -- trademark link shows Lubafax but the trademark is dead
Complete thread -- OK - sorry for the misinfo - I saw it as "Lubifax®" so I thought it was correct.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's "Lubafax" in Stedman's, so I'm going with that :)
Complete thread -- actually - I googled that plus my guess "lubafax" and that pulled it up.
Complete thread -- I found it spelled Lubifax (I just googled urethral lubricant)
Complete thread -- Never mind, found Lubafax gel (was looking for a catheter)
Complete thread -- VATS procedure, catheter placement sm
Complete thread -- I looked and found a urologist named Barringer who had
Complete thread -- I was searching around and couldn't come up with anything. sorry
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l baringer wire
Complete thread -- mid vestibular?
Complete thread -- dentified that there was tenderness in the ___ gland region but also on the right and
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l bell a is fabella, you could not hear the first part of word sm
Complete thread -- fabella (if you google just that word you get a nice definition and picture)
Complete thread -- s/l...bell-a...sm
Complete thread -- oops. its guy, not g
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m done for the day. :-)
Complete thread -- and rolled into the right lateral decubitus
Complete thread -- The patient was placed under general anesthesia <____> positio ...
Complete thread -- sweet dreams
Complete thread -- Goodnight all. Time for me to catch some ZZZZs.
Complete thread -- you definitely have my sympathies too, then. are you recording from speakers, though?
Complete thread -- i listened in, not majorly differnet to what i hear at all!
Complete thread -- I can't believe these are actually this distorted to the poster.
Complete thread -- Oh my...you have my sympathies!
Complete thread -- As well, she is what appears to be ___(1:33), weighs 90, approximately ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- of course?... In discussion.
Complete thread -- #2 In the
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 right. Of course the right side was ruptured."
Complete thread -- The patient was a 330 on the left previously and then she was a 350 on ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- where she had had one
Complete thread -- After the patient was given general endotracheal anesthesia, she was p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- doing a wide decompression
Complete thread -- I drilled off a little bit more of the L4 spinous process and thinned ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Bend (a city in Oregon?) that left him with a
Complete thread -- Bend (Oregon)?
Complete thread -- This is a 57-year-old man who actually came in with multilevel posteri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I would. It is what he said.
Complete thread -- Thanks. should i verbatim?
Complete thread -- he must be Spanish, though I did find under onelook too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- lumbalgia
Complete thread -- Impressions: 1. Broad-based disc protrusion, level C3-C4, C4-C5, an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the info and correction.
Complete thread -- and I would not cap lien
Complete thread -- the attorney places a lien on any settlement. Like if they win 10K, he takes 3K. If they
Complete thread -- it isn't a company, it is a process
Complete thread -- Insurance: Attorney Lien Attorney: Mr. David L. Milligan ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- she will wake up relieved the next day.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Each of them improves with rest and it typically is worse when she is ...
Complete thread -- and I would not cap police officer
Complete thread -- actually, his formal name is in fact Ifeatu Ekelem, MD but I do hear Ify.
Complete thread -- I think the commas are okay. Also I checked and it s/b full-size per Merriam Webster's
Complete thread -- link for this doctor
Complete thread -- correction Dr. Ilfy Ekelem, MD
Complete thread -- If he had said,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Dr. Ifeatu Ekelem?
Complete thread -- towed
Complete thread -- The drivers of the vehicles pulled off to the side to exchange informa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sure, why not?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The impact shot their vehicle forward, rear-ending a Jeep Cherokee, Fo ...
Complete thread -- I like it, but that doesn't count :)
Complete thread -- comma use correct in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- seat and shoulder belts with her headrest up and behind her head.
Complete thread -- The patient was the right front seat passenger of 2003, GMC Yukon Dena ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- orbit
Complete thread -- After this time the ____
Complete thread -- A retrobulbar block containing 2% lidocaine, 0.75% Marcaine and Wydase ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- repositioning
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Intraocular lens dislocation, right eye. ...
Complete thread -- a clump of smaller ones
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will note this down.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. "a clump smaller ones.."
Complete thread -- a clump
Complete thread -- He was noted to have enlarged, firm, round, but somewhat friable lymph ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- present less risk to the patient.
Complete thread -- More easily accessible, mobile, round and lymph nodes were palpable in ...
Complete thread -- That won't change a thing, recording directly from file.
Complete thread -- suggestion, delete and repost MP3 to see if background noise subsides a bit
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- so that the specific typing
Complete thread -- He underwent fine-needle aspiration biopsy of the lesion which diagnos ...
Complete thread -- what I think I hear - subcentimeter ___*gale nodular changes
Complete thread -- Wondering if this dictator has habit of starting. then restart & chewing his words i.e.,
Complete thread -- ...mass-like consolidation in the lung base. Some _________ nodular c ...
Complete thread -- I think is just "small cell cancer, this is in limited stage", meaning
Complete thread -- thanks for the tie break Q. It was what I heard too.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "usually this is a limited stage"
Complete thread -- I appreciate that, poi!
Complete thread -- okay thanks Oasis. I will wait for other ears for the tie breaker :)
Complete thread -- My track record hasn't been good tonight, but I really do hear "status."
Complete thread -- unless it is because they just did wedge resection, that *usually* they
Complete thread -- I actually hear *usually*, just don't know why he would say that
Complete thread -- Okay, one more time....Its status is in a limited stage?
Complete thread -- My apologies to the OP for my suggestion.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi! I need to quit and leave the board tonight.
Complete thread -- Left upper lung nodular mass status post wedge resection. This was sm ...
Complete thread -- enthesophytic
Complete thread -- With the "p-ick" sound, could very well be "pathic."
Complete thread -- doesnt have any path sounds in there, but I did see this
Complete thread -- enthesopathic changes?
Complete thread -- Nice job. I listened and searched and couldn't hear it.
Complete thread -- s/l....en-es-thop-ick changes of the knee...sm
Complete thread -- That's totally it! ...high-risk areas. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I feel stupid though for not having heard it sooner.
Complete thread -- I believe he says "high-risk area."
Complete thread -- Good job!
Complete thread -- Core vitrectomy was performed and additional panretinal photocoagulation was applied
Complete thread -- Resolved. See below. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I can't believe it. I just relistened, listening for ASSI when I hear: ..with BSS on a
Complete thread -- ASSI?
Complete thread -- Pls. see 2 posts below. I posted mp3 regarding the cannula name. Thanks
Complete thread -- Wouldn't be just throat pack?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis, but that's not it. I posed the mp3. Thanks
Complete thread -- Client came back with uncoverage of the hips.
Complete thread -- What kind of dental surgery?
Complete thread -- ankle mass and cerebral palsy
Complete thread -- Dental surgery: The patient was draped and *Zeropak* was placed
Complete thread -- Nichamin?
Complete thread -- what is the chief complaint?
Complete thread -- doubtful, but hope so too.
Complete thread -- vitreous cutter as well as hydrodissection with the s/l Es-sasson cannula.
Complete thread -- I posted the mp3. Thank you.
Complete thread -- 2 views of the pelvis show mild *on carriage* of the hips bilaterally. Can't document
Complete thread -- panretinal photocoagulation was applied to s/l hydrosceris
Complete thread -- sounds so clear now! good job!
Complete thread -- wait, your *guess* really helped! Achilles tendonitis. Thanks.
Complete thread -- oops typo s/b bicipital
Complete thread -- I relistened the ___?___ may be biciptal tendinitis
Complete thread -- thanks. don't hear that either.
Complete thread -- Great catch! I hope the OP saw your post before sending report.
Complete thread -- a history of ___?____ tendinitis (also called tendonitis)
Complete thread -- My docs spell things incorrectly all the time. I ignore them.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both for trying. The rest of the report holds no clues. Will flag
Complete thread -- some kind of adenitis? not much help, sorry
Complete thread -- Really WAG ???posterior rhinitis??? ...(see link)
Complete thread -- hypertension during pregnancy. She has had a history ________ pharyngitis
Complete thread -- See, not only have I been there, but apparently I'm still there! LOL
Complete thread -- It has hit the Collins Dictionary (British English, but not American English)
Complete thread -- "are" living language?
Complete thread -- I did a long report yesterday on a patient born with only one nostril, and the doctor
Complete thread -- Been there....LOL
Complete thread -- It has hit PubMed (129 articles). Looks like are living language is on the move. And yet
Complete thread -- plural. dangit
Complete thread -- Singular is naris, pleural nares. I have never used nare even when dictated (and since
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