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Complete thread -- Heard most of it
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ? selegiline (for Parkinson's)
Complete thread -- s/l sol-uh-gillin TIA!
Complete thread -- 1. pink and well rugated 2. multiparous, os closed 4. Sub walls.
Complete thread -- there is a wav file
Complete thread -- I could guess that it is "pink and moist."
Complete thread -- Do you have any s/l's
Complete thread -- Multiple
Complete thread -- Listen for Benazepril.
Complete thread -- Thank you for this. I appreciate your help! ...
Complete thread -- Not sure of yur s/l but here are some ending in PRIL (if find, then google.com to get dose
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Drug help please
Complete thread -- CVS S1 and S2 regular
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- You'd probably have to give the full sentence that was dictated and maybe the sentence
Complete thread -- emergency-consent provision?
Complete thread -- short leg cast, no hyphen. unless patient has one long leg and one short leg.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It might be "tip," and it might be "along" the course of the peroneal
Complete thread -- Next, attention was directed to the distal third of the lateral aspect ...
Complete thread -- Cool. Thanks for the info. ...
Complete thread -- gravity equinus - A short-leg cast is applied to the affected leg while the ankle is place
Complete thread -- Prior to extubation, a below-knee fiberglass cast was applied and ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- MaxBraid™ (suture)
Complete thread -- There was a rupture of hematoma noted. First, a #2 ____ was used to w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- BB makes sense - BB guns are a type of low-powered air gun designed to shoot projectiles
Complete thread -- sounds BB sometimes. ...
Complete thread -- The patient did have a *BV/PV* metallic foreign body in the central me ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene...
Complete thread -- New FDA Duavee (conjugated estrogens/bazedoxifene) menopause & osteoporosis
Complete thread -- Good! We both learned something new, and now it is in the archives.
Complete thread -- That's what I got out of it, too.
Complete thread -- apparently several companies make Frazier suction tips.
Complete thread -- That was what I thought initially, too, but I found this, finally!
Complete thread -- Looks like Busey Frazier is correct - see linky
Complete thread -- Help. BUSSE FRAZIER SUCTION TIPS or BUSEY FRAZIER
Complete thread -- SAS --- ohh, new one to me, lemme write that one down.
Complete thread -- YES! thank you.
Complete thread -- and thanks
Complete thread -- ugh... yes... of course
Complete thread -- Viibryd?
Complete thread -- mutter-bug doctor. medication s/l yberg, he spells as best I can discern. sm
Complete thread -- Vest it is. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- The Vest® System Therapy?
Complete thread -- Vest?
Complete thread -- cyst?
Complete thread -- treated with s/l uh-vast cough assist machine TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l Fifths formation
Complete thread -- Flexdermal muscle rub (see link)
Complete thread -- sounds like flexaderm muscle rub
Complete thread -- ty.
Complete thread -- maybe "See SAS" (sedation agitation scale) WAG?
Complete thread -- THANKS
Complete thread -- ? something assist
Complete thread -- was discharged?
Complete thread -- murmur grades are x/6, not x/4. Listen for grade 3 to 4.
Complete thread -- you need punctuation
Complete thread -- s/l Sea-sass
Complete thread -- The patient ______ to nursing home rehab and followed by Dr. ______. Acute
Complete thread -- maybe post voice file
Complete thread -- ependymal surface
Complete thread -- google does not show "suppressors" only humeral head depressors
Complete thread -- rearrange?
Complete thread -- wreckage?
Complete thread -- could make sense as "because his interval weight gains are declining."
Complete thread -- real change?
Complete thread -- No, he clearly does not say breakage - thanks though
Complete thread -- breakage?
Complete thread -- S/L I don't see any "rakage" in hardware.
Complete thread -- thanks for your help
Complete thread -- s/l appendable but I can't find any legit reference. Few references to "appendable cells"
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- i had also caught the diffusion mistake. can anyone get the first blank?
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- 2nd one is Speed's test
Complete thread -- can't get 1st ___, but correction - restricted diffusion (not effusion) 2. choline peak
Complete thread -- I think the first one is Jobe's test. Anyone know what the 2nd one is?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 3. MR spectroscopy of the brain demonstrated a right frontal centrum s ...
Complete thread -- You are SO FINE, ngmo. You have won the Word Board gold-plated cuspidor!! :-)
Complete thread -- Try "new onset"
Complete thread -- Does it make sense? Nuance at allergies like maybe he means "a bit of an allergy? "
Complete thread -- (Oops, I'm sorry. :-)0=00=O\[-\
Complete thread -- I tried, but have not the tiniest notion as to what you need. (Flag that sukkah!:-0=-=-00=
Complete thread -- I tried, but have not the tiniest notion as to what you need. (Flag that sukkah!:-0=-=-00=
Complete thread -- can you please listen in to the
Complete thread -- (hee hee! I agree! Sorry to rat on my countrymen! :-)
Complete thread -- Ortho help please
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- does it make sense allergies: Nuance at allergies??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. I uploaded, but it warms the heart that people care
Complete thread -- too late? DVR could be Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (for work training prog)
Complete thread -- never mind, flagged. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- s/l continuous murmur
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- patient with autism in NJ looking for program "DVD (or DDD) DVR and houseing
Complete thread -- single documentation {A,D,X} see link for picture of PDF.
Complete thread -- It is significant for heterotaxy syndrome *(A, D, X)*. She says "open parenthesis A
Complete thread -- Nope, can't hear it, but thanks.
Complete thread -- There is a grade 3/4 _____ murmur best heard at the left upper sternal border.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I had fortified his feeds because his weight gains go down.
Complete thread -- deep tendon reflexes are ___ _and symmetric
Complete thread -- i posted here because i am not sure.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hmmm,..."bony edema" strikes me as improbable. SM
Complete thread -- hmmm,...I'm also pondering "cartilage edema"
Complete thread -- hmmm,...I'm also pondering "cartilage edema"
Complete thread -- hmmm, my colleagues dictate as nm said above, "w/o intraoperative complications"
Complete thread -- Sorry, I'm still perplexed. I'll keep trying if YOU will, poster!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (no real knowledge, just a "klang association" with
Complete thread -- (no real knowledge, just a "klang association" with
Complete thread -- (no real knowledge, just a "klang association" with
Complete thread -- Hmmm. Sorry to say, jfngcf, but you are in deep doo-doo here. SM
Complete thread -- CO MT, I go with your interpretation. I think a doc dictating who has not had
Complete thread -- humeral head suppressors
Complete thread -- 3-year-olds.
Complete thread -- Thanks, nm! I miss y'all-folks! Doing well; wishing same for all!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't hear that. I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- original audio is like that, so reposting won't help. thanks for triying
Complete thread -- sorry tooooo muffled, might try repost, might get it clearer??
Complete thread -- glad to see ya marg, hope doing well nm
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- looks fine to me
Complete thread -- I'd probably skip comma after provided
Complete thread -- s/l might be intraoperative complications (such as during C-section maybe)
Complete thread -- Pain, a prescription of 5/325, 30 tablets, provided. thank you.
Complete thread -- a lot!
Complete thread -- the 12- and 3-year-old’s live at home.
Complete thread -- He was born full term without s/l intra opprications.
Complete thread -- High eos (eosinophils), hinting probable allergic rxn (asthma)
Complete thread -- High eso on blood test, s/l hinting probard allergic reaction (asthma). thanks.
Complete thread -- She is on _____ and Bactrim for a urinary tract infection.
Complete thread -- Never mind, I got it. EKGs have shown
Complete thread -- that should be "As you know, I saw X a year ago..." No idea what blank is though because
Complete thread -- JAK2 mutation-positive polycythemia vera. ( I am correct in hyphenating?)tx
Complete thread -- Her subsequent EKG _____ a normal QTc.
Complete thread -- OK, thanks.
Complete thread -- I would eliminate the one after compartment but leave the others
Complete thread -- comma check- is this correct?
Complete thread -- cartilage edema?
Complete thread -- Never mind, I got it! Cartilage! :)
Complete thread -- Knee MRI
Complete thread -- Good point :) nm
Complete thread -- Sometimes ESL doesn't matter...the ones I have are better than the Speedy Gonzales America
Complete thread -- Thank you! I bet that's it, makes sense. nm
Complete thread -- echoic?
Complete thread -- Meant to mention, ESL (above). nm
Complete thread -- Venous Doppler: "Medial knee (s/l) *eccylotic* fluid collection" /sm
Complete thread -- and then...rewind, relisten. but, I don't have to tell you this, you're not a newbie.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Para = alongside Peri = around. in this case, I'd say peri?
Complete thread -- naprosyn?
Complete thread -- perimacular vs. paramacular
Complete thread -- s/l zaprochen
Complete thread -- One trick I use is turn the volume up high, plug my ears, then listen. SM
Complete thread -- What a struggle for my last report of the day! Thank you all so much
Complete thread -- Oh, yes. Got it now.
Complete thread -- ...and continue Lasix
Complete thread -- I am going to start her back on .....
Complete thread -- Almost done, MP3 file,
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in the ER and order another 40 mEq...is what i heard on that.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- no... transfused and will monitor CBC every 8 hours. (SM)
Complete thread -- Does scleral buckling procedure get a hyphen?
Complete thread -- Oh low hemoglobin and potassium
Complete thread -- MP3 file thanks
Complete thread -- I thought it was breast something - sigh
Complete thread -- Could he be pronouncing Rythmol like "rye"? Any arrhythmias?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Coumadin, atenolol, ___, Xanax, oxycodone, and Crestor. ...
Complete thread -- I picked up on the "mellitus" first.
Complete thread -- I was so far off! thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks Oscar
Complete thread -- diabetes mellitus
Complete thread -- wav file - we have another one!
Complete thread -- I heard mother and that was all she wrote!
Complete thread -- never heard that particular "short speak" (epi yes, but not leve)but wouldn't surprise me.
Complete thread -- amazing Thanks!
Complete thread -- Almost sure of this...earlier he phrases it "epi and leve"
Complete thread -- Haha, glad you got it. I HATE when that wrong word gets stuck there!
Complete thread -- Glad to help. May God bless you too!
Complete thread -- Oh bless you Oscar! I was never going to hear anything but mother!
Complete thread -- Her whole PMH here. I know we are not talking momma!
Complete thread -- varices and moderate portal gastropathy
Complete thread -- so did I - knowing full well that has to be wrong!
Complete thread -- I want to say "mother with portal gastropathy"?
Complete thread -- CABG, "pt came off pump on *epileve* and milrinone." Combo of epinephrine/levophed?
Complete thread -- wav file. I hear one thing and cannot get it out of my head. Know it is wrong.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll bet it's glenohumeral! (very mumbled)
Complete thread -- joints of the shoulder - see message
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wouldn't see that on a shoulder x-ray. Glenohumeral?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- Thanks, I hear it so clearly now.
Complete thread -- inferior
Complete thread -- X is now 5 days following scleral-buckling procedure for chronic ___ retinal detachme
Complete thread -- Radiographs of the left shoulder were obtained and demonstrate the pre ...
Complete thread -- left lateral is with left side on the table with right side facing up....
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- might try Bard.Com company manufacturer(s/l X fullers might be Force??? sm
Complete thread -- I would have been close but backward - external and internal. weird
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- gutters is fine
Complete thread -- Oops, forgot to put S/L gutters
Complete thread -- between the deltoid and the cuff throughout the _____ anterior laterally and posterio
Complete thread -- Normal internal and external auditory canal. (Fast and slurred-maybe her routine sentence
Complete thread -- Yes, that must be it! Thanks :)
Complete thread -- wav file. I have about 2 ideas for this, can't decide.
Complete thread -- Derra?
Complete thread -- Endarterectomy, s/l *derrick* clamp, sm
Complete thread -- parent?
Complete thread -- tx poi, I googled "orthotics" and "brace" with "newark, nj"
Complete thread -- relative?
Complete thread -- stopcock?
Complete thread -- nice find oscar
Complete thread -- the age at which the s/l provand developed colon cancer
Complete thread -- nephrostomy tube was kept and a *stat lag* was placed in the angiographic cathet
Complete thread -- finally, an *ex locator* was identified in the lower pole
Complete thread -- check out Armac in NJ - they have braces galore.
Complete thread -- thanks so much for trying. I flagged and commented to QA about my uncertainties
Complete thread -- with the *X bard X fullers* fascial dilator ready
Complete thread -- nevermind, it makes no sense. I thought doctor might be talking
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input. Moving on.
Complete thread -- what do you mean "employer"?
Complete thread -- wonder if it could be employer. As far as using it, obviously up to you.
Complete thread -- dunno. Looks like it is uniforms. What do you think? Can I go with it? A bit farfetched
Complete thread -- I got "Arro-Mark" staitonary and "Aramak" uniforms, but....................
Complete thread -- There is an Aramark
Complete thread -- thanks Newark, NJ. I googled and googled and am stumped.
Complete thread -- probably a local company so would need the city/state to try to verify
Complete thread -- seen by Adam at s/l "Arrow Mark" as relates to potential brace for better support of
Complete thread -- wheeee..... glad you got it
Complete thread -- Inamed (McGhan) 68 (***sm
Complete thread -- McGhan
Complete thread -- I see it cyto and cyti? ****but, no familiar at all with gene stuff
Complete thread -- type of breast implant s/l muh-gan model 68 TIA!
Complete thread -- cytosine deaminase?
Complete thread -- thymidine kinase gene.? Sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It is supported!
Complete thread -- wonder if s/l ported is supported (help of examiner) Adam test neg.
Complete thread -- retrovirus carrying the s/l cyto-deaminase gene TIA!
Complete thread -- I'd go with skin.
Complete thread -- prob giving the "other test" and saying both negative, can post a wav?
Complete thread -- Where to put "He has a sacral decubitus ulcer." sm
Complete thread -- can't get s/l but prob hit wrong key Eli= Ely's Test
Complete thread -- I was just coming back to say "spillage of bile." Thanks, Oscar.
Complete thread -- Whipple test?
Complete thread -- I usually hear "leakage" or "spillage" of bile.
Complete thread -- s/l stage bile (see message)
Complete thread -- Apley’s Scratch test *with both* test were negative
Complete thread -- FABER Patrick’s test and *ported* Adam’s were negative.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- gosh, so clear now. Thanks oscar.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't hyphenate, but would type it verbatim how you have it, month to month and a hal
Complete thread -- these seem somehow linked to the injury; however...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 1. Shortness of breath, orthopnea, and chest pains. These ______ to the injury;
Complete thread -- I'd spell it out in words just like you had it.
Complete thread -- month to a month-and-a-half. if verbatim. otherwise 1 month to 1-1/2 months
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe "month to month and a half"? X has had headache symptoms over
Complete thread -- Oh my I am hearing Indocin now too. Thanks so much all of you for trying!
Complete thread -- able to post a wav? likely suggestion of SURGICEL Fibrillar Absorbable Hemostat, is ok
Complete thread -- I hear clinda-cee-din no matter how much I try to hear Indocin
Complete thread -- agree Indocin and very clear too, you can prob hear it too if slow it down
Complete thread -- I know, I wish I could hear that... thanks
Complete thread -- Fibrillar?
Complete thread -- s/l der-va-lar ? (brain tumor)
Complete thread -- I can hear 3 different things on 3 listens...so I'd probably blank it.
Complete thread -- I found it here -
Complete thread -- ? Indocin
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. Will relisten and see if I hear either of those.
Complete thread -- Can you please listen in?
Complete thread -- I found Athens forceps?
Complete thread -- Adson (forceps)??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Doc is removing 2 polypoid lesions sm
Complete thread -- patellar plica?
Complete thread -- HORNER SYNDROME
Complete thread -- If not sure leave a blank. You never guess with allergies.
Complete thread -- I saw that, but not sure if I can rely on those sources and also it is not in www.drugs
Complete thread -- shaver was placed in the lateral *petecular play*. At this point in time
Complete thread -- Yes, but I don't know what that means.
Complete thread -- Clindacin - googles well.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES TO s/l CLINDACIN (I cant hear clindamycin)
Complete thread -- s/l corner synd rome
Complete thread -- is this what he is saying?
Complete thread -- sorry, slow night on the board. I was playing facebook games.
Complete thread -- you!! Had to sign off with those commas but in doubt. thanks again.
Complete thread -- yes, I would place those commas.
Complete thread -- Thanks so muc
Complete thread -- Can anyone please take a look at this sentence above?
Complete thread -- stage IA T2N1M0 ...T2N1M0, stage IA..got it!
Complete thread -- 1. MRI, right breast, showed changes consistent with....(doc dictates commas..ok here
Complete thread -- stage IA, T2N1M0 .....T2N1M0 stage IA (do we need commas here?) thanks.
Complete thread -- to me, it sounds like the patient is asking about it
Complete thread -- not necessarily, but LDH is different from LDL or HDL
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, will relisten and see if it fits. appreciated :)
Complete thread -- Never mind it's Volibris Thanks nm
Complete thread -- drug help for pulmonary hypertension - sounds like Belivaris or (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l ending which sounds like "zual" might be - sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. The total cholesterol is 172 and the LDL is 430. That's quite a difference.
Complete thread -- not that they're wrong, just high
Complete thread -- See link - but those do look mighty high??
Complete thread -- equal total cholesterol that is...
Complete thread -- Okay, I know HDL and LDL do not equal, but they should be close, right? (see message)
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- that's what I hear: risks, alternatives, benefits
Complete thread -- agree with above, I hear the risks, alternatives and benefits....
Complete thread -- I know, since that is commonly heard.
Complete thread -- I was not sure I heard benefits, just assumed it would be there.
Complete thread -- unless its risks, alternatives, benefits... ?
Complete thread -- alternative methods (I can't get benefits as much as I want to hear that)
Complete thread -- that would be thanks, not thaks
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thaks
Complete thread -- and I see warehouses in Newark NJ and surrounding areas.
Complete thread -- Estes is a name of a trucking company - could be?
Complete thread -- Amitiza is for chronic constipation.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that's okay, i appreciate your thoughts :) thanks.
Complete thread -- I am attaching more context and doc is in Newark New Jersey
Complete thread -- can't think of anything, and Metamucil is OTC so wouldn't need to ask for it
Complete thread -- something transportation corporation -- where u at?
Complete thread -- IDK sorry. Thought maybe it was repeated in plan section.
Complete thread -- gentleman was involved in an industrial accident while at work for ___on 07/10/2010.
Complete thread -- I catch your
Complete thread -- did not say pls see msg
Complete thread -- did doc give a prescription for it?
Complete thread -- I'm not sure this one was ever really here...
Complete thread -- I have an odd feeling this one isn't coming
Complete thread -- (?) sure you do
Complete thread -- med for constipation pls sm
Complete thread -- posterior fragment?
Complete thread -- if it is very short, just cut and paste the whole thing
Complete thread -- exterior? external?
Complete thread -- and sentence before AND after.
Complete thread -- give us the WHOLE SENTENCE
Complete thread -- i haven't g ot what to add.very short note
Complete thread -- AN (not a) ominous?
Complete thread -- Very well could be. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for your ear.
Complete thread -- sure s/l long road, but maybe pronouncing "rod" with long /o/ sound?
Complete thread -- Haha, right. He's trying but it's not helping anyone!
Complete thread -- seems clear that he is saying "long road" but....
Complete thread -- prior to the surgery I saw an _____ fragment?
Complete thread -- technically challenging due to _____ L5-S1 fusion extending
Complete thread -- how about more context/ more sentences clues?
Complete thread -- I need more context to try and help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l immonius blow
Complete thread -- You'll need to verify but Googling I found link from MTStars for L'Nard splint
Complete thread -- I did review his MRI ______2 mm past where the L4 foraminotomy was per ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, will flag
Complete thread -- Anyone hear of a fusion described as s/l long road?
Complete thread -- probably, but sounds like AY-no-coat, clearly. Have to flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- actually. OcuCoat® 2% hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
Complete thread -- Ocucoat
Complete thread -- OcuCoat?
Complete thread -- thank you :-)
Complete thread -- s/l anocoat (viscoelastic)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- It is back.
Complete thread -- not a problem, I will repost
Complete thread -- ear tubes or (correcting herself) tympanostomy tubes. But you posted over another wav.
Complete thread -- _____ in both ears
Complete thread -- RA/SVC perhaps - right atrium/superior vena cava
Complete thread -- SVC-RA junction. ...
Complete thread -- WAV - I had something in here but was wondering if he was changing his mind
Complete thread -- s/l RASCC junction, central venous line
Complete thread -- agree with ringed (not written)
Complete thread -- Just coming to ask that very thing. I wasn't sure if specimens had bag numbers or some
Complete thread -- 11, 15, 3, 3, 3 mm. Also 8, 3, 3 and 6 mm polyps. Sounds like he's giving polyp sizes
Complete thread -- How to type this? first specimen, he says eleven, fifteen, three three three mm
Complete thread -- That's it! THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Complete thread -- Agree with nm
Complete thread -- ringed sideroblasts?
Complete thread -- LOL Nope, poor thing has had almost as many surgeries as dad
Complete thread -- on bone marrow biopsy, there were no s/l written fid-er-oh- blasts TIA!
Complete thread -- hope it's healthy - you might not have a terminology book for dogs - lol
Complete thread -- Now I've seen it all -- doc giving medical history of pt's golden retriever
Complete thread -- Aw, so sweet. I work with my 2-year-old at home too (plus my newborn), and it can get
Complete thread -- I think the usage here refers to metamerise/metamerism (a visual phenom)
Complete thread -- she's beautiful - sitting right next to me as I type. Her 2 year old
Complete thread -- thanks so much! You're a huge help! How's that grandbaby?
Complete thread -- cribriform plate
Complete thread -- s/l curriform plate
Complete thread -- met·a·mer·ization
Complete thread -- *metamerization*
Complete thread -- Something to do with color...
Complete thread -- me, too...meterization
Complete thread -- I found that on OneLook too, but does not fit IMO.
Complete thread -- i found that, too, but even the definition puzzled me, thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- metamerization
Complete thread -- s/l de-markers may be "the" markers=as in radiopaque markers
Complete thread -- s/l mety-met-r-zation
Complete thread -- meningitic see msg
Complete thread -- Doc dictates "meningic-type symptoms." Is that okay?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- (Also referred to as bladder scan, radionuclide cystogram)
Complete thread -- RN - radionuclide (maybe)
Complete thread -- Sorry about that. Please see message.
Complete thread -- Micropuncture®
Complete thread -- Bentson wire
Complete thread -- two Abbott Perclose device was brought (two deviceS were brought
Complete thread -- Addicted to FB, I always look for a like button here
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- this was used to iron out the device?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- double sorry. it apparently is preclose . no - tho. preclose
Complete thread -- Given that we were going to perform a percutaneous repair, preclose technique was used.
Complete thread -- can you give us the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- balloon was brought on to the field. This _________ the device
Complete thread -- given that we were going to perform... Preclose technique was used
Complete thread -- s/l are-en or RN bladder scan (pendulous urethral stricture)
Complete thread -- or lordosis/sprain/strain. I just hear lordosis not versus
Complete thread -- device was deployed per *I F E*. The pigtail
Complete thread -- sorry I mean Perclose, not Pre. sorry
Complete thread -- cervical lordosis sprain?
Complete thread -- it seems to me that he is using Preclose and making a verb preclosed. I've done many
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- artery was pre-closed following *high effusing two* devices.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Given the ________ to perform a percutaneous repair, ________ technique
Complete thread -- probably should be groins.
Complete thread -- - ACell MatriStem®
Complete thread -- performed, both *cloths* were prepped
Complete thread -- agree with cervical lordosis
Complete thread -- ACell, s/l matrix stim as well as the Nu Gauze ....see inside
Complete thread -- cervical lordosis?
Complete thread -- You are funny
Complete thread -- Meant to come back and say that I sent a blank. ASR put "fish pole" and on other reports
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- consider: tambour (google: "second heart sound" "tambour")
Complete thread -- now that vix says it, I also hear "versus" (dyslexic - meant to say sprain vs strain)
Complete thread -- you posted 4 seconds earlier -- I took too much time with my parentheticals.
Complete thread -- he dictates cervical *versus* which seems redundant here
Complete thread -- Thanks, I must have gotten it at the same time as you posted!
Complete thread -- LMA (laryngeal mask airway) (for anesthesia)?
Complete thread -- LMA, got it.
Complete thread -- Her diagnosis was cervical _____ sprain/strain,
Complete thread -- Later, he says endotracheal tube, which is what I expect to hear but not what he said firs
Complete thread -- sounds like elimary - I know I know this. Need more coffee --
Complete thread -- Ooh, that's pretty good documentation, and I've surely done this long enough to know that
Complete thread -- I gave all 3 suggestions to QA and flagged
Complete thread -- you betcha.
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- ipsilateral
Complete thread -- Thanks for the back-up. Saving the best for last. (lol)
Complete thread -- thanks - thought I heard that too
Complete thread -- 2+
Complete thread -- vix
Complete thread -- Thanks all. There is too much fuzz to make a determination. I am going to list both
Complete thread -- I reported myself for abuse.
Complete thread -- Rectum and anal canal ______ nonbleeding
Complete thread -- "underneath" was clear to me but if you hear ipsi, go for it.
Complete thread -- the 'th' from underneaTH s/l an S -
Complete thread -- I hear the same thing
Complete thread -- I think I hear an S sound in there making ipsilateral seem likely
Complete thread -- I hear "bump underneath the lateral hip"
Complete thread -- I did not that the first 20 or so times but it is definitely in there! Thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- bump against the ipsilateral hip?
Complete thread -- never mind, back to bump. did some bad googling at first.
Complete thread -- think I got it. bump (under) the ipsilateral hip
Complete thread -- I think that is it. I slowed it way down and think I get against.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- oh, probably pump then.
Complete thread -- yes, heard bump at first...
Complete thread -- maybe bump placed against lateral hip?
Complete thread -- I think it's a "bump" (a bolster) but not sure what's between that and hip.
Complete thread -- i.e., OP as in operation, not original post.
Complete thread -- Right ankle arthroscopy with joint debridement - sorry, should have listed that
Complete thread -- a bump ...... hip (placed under? usually, I think)
Complete thread -- Okay, I'll probably get jumped on for this, but I was wondering if you were offshore.
Complete thread -- sth like *pump* was placed to lateral hip..
Complete thread -- All righty, it is there now
Complete thread -- Just a sec, I am having a bit of trouble with my recording
Complete thread -- wav file, great dictator, fuzzy recording.
Complete thread -- i need to kick myself.. it is certainly oral sex..
Complete thread -- oral sex?
Complete thread -- no, she clearly sounds like Orofax.. like **oral effects**
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- orgasm?
Complete thread -- Thank you, oasis
Complete thread -- s/l orofax.. any idea
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks so much. I am stumped. I found it once in greatdictator archives,
Complete thread -- chiropractic, acupuncture ____ as necessary.
Complete thread -- Many references if you google: spinal cord stimulator "coupler"
Complete thread -- there's a Yergason's
Complete thread -- spinal cord stimulator, is the word "coupler" correct?
Complete thread -- pain to palpation over the AC joint or over the bursa. She has a negative ___test.
Complete thread -- s/l fig 7 and mag
Complete thread -- to both
Complete thread -- timbre
Complete thread -- yes, timbre (kind of redundant, though)
Complete thread -- Second heart sound is s/l timber in quality (is this timbre??right here?tx.
Complete thread -- usually when she does this, it comes back to me to just take out
Complete thread -- She is an FNP that will dictate anything written by the medical assistants,
Complete thread -- I'd be real curious to know what it was if you find out (pridopidine bad suggestion on my
Complete thread -- thanks to all who tried. Will flag it.
Complete thread -- You must be really
Complete thread -- I mean ending in dine not pine.
Complete thread -- I'd probably flag. Whatever she is saying must be a mispronunciation.
Complete thread -- After diazepam
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. The spinal cord surgery was due to
Complete thread -- huh? sorry, where are you hearing that?
Complete thread -- Ativan
Complete thread -- Okay, she may very well be mispronouncing "pridopidine" (check Google)
Complete thread -- more information
Complete thread -- What's the PMH?
Complete thread -- Include gabapentin, diazepam, _____________, hydrocodone,
Complete thread -- indication?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thx!!
Complete thread -- yep, agree sm
Complete thread -- chondrocutaneous?
Complete thread -- Commas after old, disabled, and single. No other hyphens as adverbs don't get hyphens.
Complete thread -- 2. Auricular reconstruction with "contracutaneous" flaps and tissue rearrangement
Complete thread -- comma and hyphen suggestions??? s.m. please
Complete thread -- thanks. I did.
Complete thread -- Adventitia is the outermost connective tissue covering of any organ, vessel, or other
Complete thread -- Nice. You came to the word board and worked it out yourself.
Complete thread -- There is a live trademark for "Wart Stick," but since it's "a plantar wart stick,"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would. 4 x 2 cm, transversely oriented, and is firm.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, I meant I would change it to IS transversely oriented
Complete thread -- I would, but I would change it to AND is transversely oriented.
Complete thread -- I would not and not one before and either.
Complete thread -- comma between cm and transversely?
Complete thread -- The ulnar artery s/l aven tissue was then stripped
Complete thread -- Difficult audio, s/l positive *stange* bowel sounds x4. Ideas?
Complete thread -- okay. I encountered a few more blanks so will flag him once more.Thanks
Complete thread -- tOO FAST. but I'd cap Anesthesia
Complete thread -- That's sort of the same line I was thinking as well. Ty ;)
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- syndrome,
Complete thread -- Comma needed??
Complete thread -- I'd think not since it isn't giving the brand name, like PediFix
Complete thread -- The patient is to use Drysol and a plantar wart stick. Does wart stick get cap'd? On
Complete thread -- oh heavens. With the aid of the ortho techs.
Complete thread -- that could be Orthotech - I found it for knees and once elbows
Complete thread -- Not able to really document orthotex with elbow fracture either
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much
Complete thread -- He did not dictate a new heading after GU. I will leave under that heading. Thanks
Complete thread -- and he seems to be leaving out the word "prostate"
Complete thread -- DRE is digital rectal exam - so I'd make that the next heading.
Complete thread -- I thought of that but was unsure. Thank you both.
Complete thread -- (is what I heard...)
Complete thread -- an E. coli infection
Complete thread -- Depends if he said GU or rectal, it'd fit under either.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cervical?
Complete thread -- One more question: Will this go under Rectal or GU heading?
Complete thread -- It was 'non-nodular' but firm. Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- He had had initial symptoms of acute prostatitis with s/l vee-chol infection that wa
Complete thread -- think nodule or nodular is in there (prostate)
Complete thread -- DRE estimated at 50 g, s/l 'non-nozzle' but firm.
Complete thread -- Will do. :) ...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!! ...
Complete thread -- agree, can google.com the term + hysterectomy nm
Complete thread -- skeletal?
Complete thread -- EnSeal?
Complete thread -- lol- give us
Complete thread -- give up complete sentences before and after your word that
Complete thread -- This is my first time here so I'm not sure if I'm doing it right. ...
Complete thread -- NCL device
Complete thread -- Shoulder surgery. D: He was placed in 10 pounds of overhead "fish pole" traction.
Complete thread -- tip for next time google surgery title + wand sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A nanometer is a billionth of a meter. A Nano meter is a glucometer.
Complete thread -- situs?
Complete thread -- sinus?
Complete thread -- The ____ was then widely mined and approximately
Complete thread -- All counts at the end of the case were correct as well as the *wands*.
Complete thread -- Yes, canning. Thanks you all
Complete thread -- I don't think it does, that's why I asked the question
Complete thread -- could she be *canning* her garden items?
Complete thread -- Ok, I see. No pun
Complete thread -- or quilting? knitting? canning (from the large garden)?
Complete thread -- my take was that the patient mistakenly used the testing solution
Complete thread -- kindling is small pieces of wood used to start a fire. Does that fit?
Complete thread -- but I don't see it listed for anything other than testing blood sugar?
Complete thread -- city girl here. Is kindling the correct word here? Burning it?
Complete thread -- was my thought too, but appears there is a test solution
Complete thread -- I agree with oscar, meaning is clear.
Complete thread -- musta' been deleted. I found it on google but it said "spam" when I tried to post link.
Complete thread -- One hit does not a word make
Complete thread -- okay, I went with it... but I myself could not find in archive search =/
Complete thread -- Huh? Accu-Chek is for diabetes!
Complete thread -- Good guess, poi! Thanks! Going with Accu-Chek solution :)
Complete thread -- acetone? (nail polish remover)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- yep it's a word sm
Complete thread -- I found it in archives on google - won't let me post link (said spam..LOL)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. He is very clear
Complete thread -- maybe making up a word meaning septic joint - I'd go with it if clear.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- patient is s/p TKA
Complete thread -- that makes sense - good job
Complete thread -- doc says "arthrosepsis"... only have 3 google hits
Complete thread -- I think it's date of loss
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't think that fits here.
Complete thread -- Sorry, here it is
Complete thread -- s/l labs?
Complete thread -- might be easier to guess if we had a clue - what's going on?
Complete thread -- his date of ______ was September 30, 2012
Complete thread -- Thanks. This was something I just found too. Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ha ! Nevermind - it's umbilicus.
Complete thread -- Abdomen is firm, tender, palpable liver and palpable bladder
Complete thread -- oops, that last sentence did not get deleted I was oon google looking around
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me s/l in motion (meaning the upward and downward gaze - "in motion"
Complete thread -- might be referring to the fifth alpha gene sm ****
Complete thread -- plastic surgery op note (doc is ESL)
Complete thread -- might be Libman
Complete thread -- never mind my post above!!
Complete thread -- wondering if saying litmus test for malingering? WAG? I think there's no real litmus test
Complete thread -- Lippman's test
Complete thread -- alpha-1-globulin and alpha-2-globulin genes
Complete thread -- deletion of alpha-2 and alpha-1 globin genes and globin genes in s/l fifth TIA!
Complete thread -- negative on the left. *Lidman’s* test and malingering test was negative
Complete thread -- New FDA Brintellix = generic vortioxetine= depression sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Patrick/ FABER or FABERE -- acronym for Flexion, ABduction, External Rotation, and
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Three-position
Complete thread -- fracture union, had elected for hardware removal.
Complete thread -- union
Complete thread -- mp3 file, thanks. Pretty sure there is a word there.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's what I'm referring to. I am going to use lower case. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you all... Palmaz-Schatz stent.. thanks so much
Complete thread -- I thought I spelled it that way at least once! Thanks
Complete thread -- I think I would too, since it is the name of the table (though
Complete thread -- Variject (hint - it is for injecting VARIces)
Complete thread -- Needle that sounds like veraject? I have searched all over
Complete thread -- I can only document lower-cased hana fracture table (trade). I see people capping it?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- squatting? (like pulling the legs towards the chest?)
Complete thread -- bilaterally and *paul position in upper body fits* was negative... *three position*
Complete thread -- if you look at a picture of the table, it does have boots that are
Complete thread -- deficits in the lower extremity. *Spotting* was performed without difficulty
Complete thread -- Never mind. It was found in a past report and "bootlets" was used.
Complete thread -- same thing happens to me, not sure why. I usually listen to
Complete thread -- s/l bootlets Cannot document. (see message)
Complete thread -- Palmaz-Schatz
Complete thread -- more info in sentence
Complete thread -- biliary stent? coronary stent? what is the guy's problem?
Complete thread -- Wonder why I get better sound here than on my work platform
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think it might be 'of eyes' now that I hear that here. It is clearer.
Complete thread -- mp3 file, is there a word there?
Complete thread -- stent for what?
Complete thread -- pulmoshock stent??
Complete thread -- Used to smoke 1-pack-a-YEAR for many years (very clear. Would you flag?)
Complete thread -- Yup
Complete thread -- Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT)
Complete thread -- Pmh: SVT or "es-fee-tee"
Complete thread -- last night I was hearing the same thing, but after some sleep I was able to get it
Complete thread -- good job! I was hearing "biting off" but didn't make sense, so I didn't answer.
Complete thread -- bite being off - got it - thanks
Complete thread -- temporomandibular joint issues, gum sores, __________ were discussed.
Complete thread -- two notes to OP (if you ever come back to see this)
Complete thread -- you are stupendous. Thanks a trillion billion quadrillion!
Complete thread -- ProOmega®
Complete thread -- Amazing! Thanks a million! Is promega a medication? I cant document, though it
Complete thread -- Ester-C, B100
Complete thread -- thanks both of you! I did not know what mag was. I uploaded a longer WAV. Can you try ag
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- dunno if I'm hearing your wav or not - I hear "calcium, mag..." in there
Complete thread -- First s/l something that ends "CB 100." I hear "calcium, mag(nesium)" in there but another
Complete thread -- You are right Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Your are so kind. I appreciate that.
Complete thread -- I even rebooted and still getting "seen by Dr. Morse." Must be my computer.
Complete thread -- thanks. I just fixed that. I appreciate you listening. I am pretty
Complete thread -- I keep trying to listen but can't kick out the previous wav. Sorry.
Complete thread -- She was saying heartburn so you'd have to flag it on that account alone since she went on
Complete thread -- with GI and physical therapy?
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- please listen to WAV
Complete thread -- whoops sorry!~
Complete thread -- next time, please make sure the person before you is finished before posting a wav
Complete thread -- since it was posted over anyway
Complete thread -- Thanks, going to flag that one.
Complete thread -- Context
Complete thread -- Sorry the ____ is where he says would be possible and _____ physical therapy
Complete thread -- said that surgical intervention would be possible and would try physical therapy
Complete thread -- I swear she is saying "heartburn" for the first one, but she says "negative" later.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Water brash is the second one.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- late answer, but I usually hear "anus patent." Never heard "penis patent" before.
Complete thread -- it's at
Complete thread -- not sure if he's saying at or of? repetitive nerve stimulation test
Complete thread -- what does he mean?
Complete thread -- Could be, meaning a drug ending in "sartan," which is usually called an ARB.
Complete thread -- I am not sure, but that is what I thought. Thank you for trying.
Complete thread -- he says sartan.. Maybe he means losartan, but he doesnt say that... Is a sartan
Complete thread -- It s/l "in July" to me.
Complete thread -- Sure it's a city/place? s/l
Complete thread -- Losartan?
Complete thread -- would that make sense, dictated quite clearly, Medications: a statin and a sartan
Complete thread -- He saw his brother-in-law, a neurologist, in ___who ordered an EMG confirming cer
Complete thread -- yes, although in this case --- well, see link.
Complete thread -- Taking s/l homopathic agents for her breast cancer. Homeopathic??
Complete thread -- will check back in the a.m. if someone is able to help on this
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would or change it to complete abdominal ultrasound
Complete thread -- Should there be commas around complete?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- were labs
Complete thread -- Notably, there was ____ from August 2013
Complete thread -- too late for this one but good to know for next time
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- doctor is talking about side effects of mandibular device for CPAP
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- he is right! nevermind!
Complete thread -- High LFTs due to liver cirrhosis...comma needed after LFTs?
Complete thread -- doc says "red blood cell folate" 591...is this right? are they not separate. RBC
Complete thread -- and I just now noticed your subject line says NJ or NY.
Complete thread -- There's a Ramapo Valley Surgical Center in Ramsey, NJ (suburb of NYC). I don't know about
Complete thread -- Thank you. :) nm
Complete thread -- penis would make more sense.
Complete thread -- Wrong again. Dictates Neurologic later. Abdomen: Venous patent or penis patent...nm
Complete thread -- Never mind. It was CNS is patent. :) nm
Complete thread -- Newborn exam: Abdomen: Not distended. Umbilical cord has 3 blood vessels/sm
Complete thread -- neither would I
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- posterior column= vertebral spine. periph= peripheral
Complete thread -- when reading this (see link) I really think that the artery is "in' the reconstruction
Complete thread -- actually, I would not.
Complete thread -- how many noses does the patient have?
Complete thread -- Thanks, I hear that too, but does that make sense?
Complete thread -- s/l centering and tortuosity?
Complete thread -- doh, of cuz. I can hear the sa LINE clear as a bell now.
Complete thread -- thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- yes, like you have it
Complete thread -- saline mist?
Complete thread -- Says she got maybe a couple of weeks' relief. Apostrophe there? thank you!
Complete thread -- fixed it
Complete thread -- there is a wav but it is dead air, like they're waiting to dictate
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There is ____ and tortuosity of the perifoveal capillaries in the right eye
Complete thread -- s/l Salonmist 2 spray each nose 3 times daily. see msg for diagnoses, and meds
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- comma after right eye?
Complete thread -- tuburcle --A tubercle is a small rounded point of a bone. It also refers to a nodule attac
Complete thread -- s/l terbacles... see sentence..
Complete thread -- I can't hear either one really. I will send on with a flag here and another spot where he
Complete thread -- ? exudate
Complete thread -- ?Interrupted sutures were placed (I don't hear retractors.)
Complete thread -- The transverse capral ligament was incised.
Complete thread -- Good ears. I did not even know I was missing a word there.
Complete thread -- I thought that could be it.
Complete thread -- over the radial border of the fourth ray
Complete thread -- 4th ray
Complete thread -- MP3, carpal tunnel release, thanks
Complete thread -- Yeah, but isn't the flap made from both the nasal septum and sphenopalatine artery?
Complete thread -- I hear Ramsey but all I see is a veterinary hospital
Complete thread -- I am not sure, but I would probably just type it without all the hyphens.
Complete thread -- she presented to ____ Hospital (NJ or NY)
Complete thread -- Hypophyseal tumor excision procedure (see message)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yep -- probably an ESL who says /z/ like /j/
Complete thread -- That is exactly what I was trying to remember! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Victoza?
Complete thread -- Victoza for diabetes?
Complete thread -- new word for me! thanks, whoever posted this
Complete thread -- Hypertension, diabetes, cellulitis and asthma.
Complete thread -- could it be 'exit end' of foreskin easily retractable?
Complete thread -- excedent means excess but it's an old word.
Complete thread -- I guess I was listening for something more like excessive - no accident that is
Complete thread -- oh, and be careful googling that. oops oh my oh my
Complete thread -- oh yea, and I hear accident of foreskin.
Complete thread -- well, if you google accidental foreskin... could very well be. did he say he hurt ...that
Complete thread -- Sent WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like accident but more like exident - he has an accent
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will have it for next time.
Complete thread -- Skin does not reveal any rashes....
Complete thread -- Flagging and sending off. Thanks
Complete thread -- IV drug use, needle reaction to bad shot
Complete thread -- ahhhh... it's performed accurately
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- Tests of coordination include finger-to-nose and heel-to-shin testing, evaluation of rapid
Complete thread -- yes, I corrected that already after I posted and noticed
Complete thread -- naming. they are shown an object and asked to "name" it.
Complete thread -- relisten for memory is intact, or is it really Naming is intact?
Complete thread -- full-radius resector - or are you asking about a retractor?
Complete thread -- finger-to-nose, heel-to-shin NOT heal to chin!!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Finger to nose, heal to chin *and podacally*
Complete thread -- s/l foray retractor (shoulder)
Complete thread -- suggest: dermatomal pattern (note spelling: drop the first L)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Think maybe he is stumbling over neuro.
Complete thread -- Going with this -
Complete thread -- I wonder if it should stop at the lower side (segment)
Complete thread -- I'm not sure which it is now.
Complete thread -- Maybe it is "side" after all.
Complete thread -- It is segment! Thanks.
Complete thread -- I hear "segment" in there.
Complete thread -- I think he says, the upper side and lower side did not have any other. It was cleaned
Complete thread -- 5/5 power *resistance* throughout ... dermaltomal, *periph and no posterior column* a
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- new?
Complete thread -- yeah - he is adding syllables
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Not sure if he is saying anything of changing his mind
Complete thread -- A *now*report of a neurologic examination
Complete thread -- Adson's ?
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Patrick’s and *absence* maneuver AND revealed 5/5 power *resistance* throughout
Complete thread -- apraxia is often heard here. It does not sound totally like your sl
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- The official system is workers' compensation. not workman's
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- without evidence of aphasia or *apraxopin*.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- or provoked with
Complete thread -- well done
Complete thread -- provoked by (maybe saying provoked "of" - using wrong preposition)
Complete thread -- I hear that, too
Complete thread -- These symptoms appear to be *provokove* flexion and extension
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- workman's compensation claim - capped??
Complete thread -- That makes sense though.
Complete thread -- surgery as a permanent solution (I think) wait for others
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- MP3
Complete thread -- definitely?
Complete thread -- In summary, X is _____ stable from a cardiac standpoint.
Complete thread -- then consolidation and fusion of the bone makes more sense. I don't know
Complete thread -- would you believe it is degenerative! UGH took a while to hear that!
Complete thread -- structural??
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was what I heard but wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- because of pertinent family history ?
Complete thread -- moderate *sterno* changes
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Well, MTP arthrodesis IS a fusion surgery, so I am certain he had one. :)
Complete thread -- He is here because of a ____ family history.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- unless you're 100% positive the patient had fusion surgery....
Complete thread -- consolidation and effusion go together, (effusion is fluid). I think effusion is right.
Complete thread -- Pt had MTP arthrodesis. X-rays reveal consolidation and s/l effusion across the
Complete thread -- almost sounds like he's saying folic acid backwards - facid olic uh -(would fit context)
Complete thread -- thanks - meds listed....
Complete thread -- You are wonderful! I missed the equal but had the pulses
Complete thread -- 2+ equal and symmetrical pulses
Complete thread -- Sent a slowed down MP3
Complete thread -- It sounds like fosacare to me but there is no such thing. Further care does not make sense
Complete thread -- I have positive in there, do not think it is correct. I have a slower copy if needed.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- found it, never mind
Complete thread -- List of medical records s/l N F 2 report... auto accident
Complete thread -- Any other meds she is on that he might be stopping? I can't get what he is saying
Complete thread -- stay away from _____, which could exacerbate her reflux
Complete thread -- Period after left leg.
Complete thread -- They use Mestinon (pyridostigmine bromide) for myasthenia gravis and I don't see anything
Complete thread -- can someone help me with punctuation commas etc
Complete thread -- agree. hearing the full sentence and even a bit before might be helpful.
Complete thread -- s/l "should consider yoga will be continued" - but doesn't make much sense in sense in the
Complete thread -- I found this : pyridostigmine, though am unsure as he clearly says "suto or pseudo"
Complete thread -- Medications: s/l Suto-stig-meen
Complete thread -- If it can be completed, aggressive stretching and ____yoga will be con ...
Complete thread -- I saw that, Billybob, but definitely no "A" sound at end. I guess I'll blank it, thanks
Complete thread -- VNA (visiting nurse association)?
Complete thread -- Never heard but maybe supra/infra is his way of saying "upward gaze" and "downward gaze"
Complete thread -- Ophthalmology report
Complete thread -- They talk about grafts being flushed, back-bled, forward-bled, forward-flushed
Complete thread -- antirheumatological
Complete thread -- s/l "VON" or "VLN" -- visiting nurse of some type, sm
Complete thread -- I think QA would flag it for the doctor.
Complete thread -- are you able to post a wav. Also, be sure and rewind and relisten before sending in.
Complete thread -- He is currently off Remicade, his *antirheumatological* medicine. Is that word accep
Complete thread -- anastomosis, the vein was *packed with forward* for blood
Complete thread -- the *arteries bispeds* were bled.
Complete thread -- a Gore *seatus XTT 9* stitch
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- what ya 'su'pose QA would do, leave a blank or send it through
Complete thread -- maybe s/l gore tongue is Gore Tunneler
Complete thread -- looking at the Gore page, I can't find anything that s/l tongue.
Complete thread -- sounds right. usually has a 4-mm end and something like 6-mm at the other end.
Complete thread -- punctuation:
Complete thread -- not your word but ... GORE® PROPATEN® Vascular Graft
Complete thread -- The arterial 4 mm *aspect* was placed
Complete thread -- At this point, a *gore tongue* was brought on to the field
Complete thread -- *go
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will do with Sted's. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- I do. Sted's abbreviations has it cap'd too.
Complete thread -- Do you cap OB-GYN? I found in Merriam's as ob-gyn, which made me start questioning ca
Complete thread -- Does not matter. Transcribe it as dictated, but comma usually before "which."
Complete thread -- I'd go with the first way but wouldn't cap "state cup soccer game."
Complete thread -- I flagged that too
Complete thread -- I saw Combi hole on the Synthes page, but couldn't find clamp. They didn't have Combi
Complete thread -- That was my only thought. Thanks
Complete thread -- when does one use which and when that and when to put a comma before which
Complete thread -- superficial peroneal nerve distribution ?
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of Combi clamp? Should that be hyphenated?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I googled them as ICD codes. That was my main error. Thanks
Complete thread -- CPT codes have no periods, just 20690, 27752 for the reduction.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. He is such a speedy mumbler I was not sure I heard it right.
Complete thread -- The OP probably left the site long before, can't afford to hang around; line count
Complete thread -- found this link
Complete thread -- I can't confirm combi clamp or barb (barbed?) wire clamp. fibula fracture
Complete thread -- I think 2 is this - 206.90
Complete thread -- Good for you. Hard to find. Thanks for letting
Complete thread -- wav file, he repeats the numbers, and it is the numbers I have questions about.
Complete thread -- my company also. Actually there are about 10 or so on a list who are
Complete thread -- Thanks, I just need to pay more attention at my job than on here though LOL.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I'm so glad you decided not to leave. You're one of the best helpers on
Complete thread -- Of note, X's...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't hear that. I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- ____ X’s refluxate is always the color of formula without bile or blood.
Complete thread -- supplementing with fresh-pumped breast milk?
Complete thread -- Think I finally found it! helice
Complete thread -- Mom is also supplementing with ____ breast milk p.o. ad lib.
Complete thread -- me too! Thanks so much, ltt. And thanks to everyone who tried.
Complete thread -- oops, I see now that you have it already above
Complete thread -- sacral decub
Complete thread -- Thanks!!! For some reason I was hearing a J sound, not S!
Complete thread -- thanks both of you
Complete thread -- I agree. I was hearing "seeds" (lol) - f sometimes sounds like s.
Complete thread -- "but has been nursing a sacral decub" (decubitus)
Complete thread -- Reposted my .wav - see below in infectious disease consult :-)
Complete thread -- correction! I think she says "Cough with feeds"
Complete thread -- ok except fix "dry dressing of his neck as needed"
Complete thread -- Makes total sense to me.
Complete thread -- I accidentally just posted a wav on top of yours. Please put yours back up and I'll wait
Complete thread -- s/l maybe "cough with heaves" ?
Complete thread -- me again. This is at end of the file. I posted before my wav. Now I think it might
Complete thread -- Sorry, it wasn't there when I checked right before posting, but we must have been posting
Complete thread -- THANKS EVERYONE :) I will flag that part.
Complete thread -- I don't know but looks like you just posted over someone else's wav.
Complete thread -- Positive for vomiting, regurgitation, cough with _____, arching back, and hiccups.
Complete thread -- Infectious disease consult - .wav sent (ESL)
Complete thread -- Patient participated in the sport of s/l uh-leese, which is shooting shotgun. TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You'd go with "Russell" Hirschsprung just because Hirschsprung is not a common name??
Complete thread -- Is it just "and" has questions with?
Complete thread -- First thing I heard was "questions with" (before seeing post below). That's all I can
Complete thread -- iliacs reconstitute flow (not were)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- total guess those are..
Complete thread -- collection of fluid?
Complete thread -- could collection be there instead of question?
Complete thread -- I uploaded a new WAV
Complete thread -- Can you please listen to the new WAV.
Complete thread -- thank you... So what would that be? .. Thick secretions that he has ??
Complete thread -- thick secretions (but the questions doesn't sound right? )
Complete thread -- Wow. Don't know how you ever found it. Not listed on RxList or drugs@FDA either one.
Complete thread -- He has some ___secretions that he has questions with.
Complete thread -- you are amazing!
Complete thread -- intertriginous
Complete thread -- She reports back pain and _____rashes.
Complete thread -- Thanks for returning & sharing on the board. FORXIGA™ (dapagliflozin) ..diabetes.
Complete thread -- in checking google & whonamedit.com don't find Russell sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I do
Complete thread -- Possibly Forxiga. Can't post audio. Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- once everything has resulted (dictator word style) If clear, I'd go with it.
Complete thread -- pathophysiology
Complete thread -- I spent approximately 35 minutes discussing the ____ physiology of constipation with
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- okay thanks
Complete thread -- patient did go up 18 pounds in weight but that was a good sign. i suppose doctor means th
Complete thread -- Must be talking about CPSP (central poststroke pain) syndrome.
Complete thread -- is the patient complaining of weight gain of more than 3 pounds?
Complete thread -- Yes, edema is fluid retention, which can cause rapid weight gain, so must be saying that
Complete thread -- We'd have to do it in that case. I've had doctors who requested (almost demanded) that we
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks. I heard that too but wanted to be sure.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- does 2-3 pounds make sen se? sounds bit strange to me? what else could it be?
Complete thread -- polyuria, polydipsia, thyroid problems, ___ problems, headache
Complete thread -- got it - that mom outlined for me
Complete thread -- regroup, not recoup
Complete thread -- once everything has resulted? Is this another way of saying once the results are in?
Complete thread -- What is your question?
Complete thread -- s/l
Complete thread -- In this case, he says that it's polydactyly, which is pretty clearly supernumerary digits,
Complete thread -- s/l Russell Hirschsprung disease. I know there's Hirschsprung disease, but I can't
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- doctor dictates the following (sm) I am questioning the "type central pain". Does th
Complete thread -- yes; unfortunately we have a doctor who got the hospital to "require" his misspelling.
Complete thread -- Do not agree. Perhaps odd wording that makes it his "style" but not a misspelling.
Complete thread -- Could be. I went back and clicked on PDRhealth and looked through that and the message
Complete thread -- if able, can post a voice file & somebody can listen. Only been 3
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, but that's not what he's saying.
Complete thread -- no idea unless you inadvertently clicked a clinical trial thingee sm
Complete thread -- chuckle. agree. If this happens often, clearly wants it his way, his report, give it to em
Complete thread -- s/l fo-gax-ee-uh might be Kombiglyze XR (close as I can find) sm
Complete thread -- Agree on the suspension. Not sure if your accounts go by BOS, but
Complete thread -- Most never come back to acknowledge the help, whether right or wrong.
Complete thread -- I can't "reiterate" how many times, NEVER trust a doc's
Complete thread -- diabetes drug s/l fo-gax-ee-uh. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- First message that popped up for me was "CenterWatch wants to track your physical location
Complete thread -- So glad I was able to help you (if I did). Didn't your parents teach you any manners
Complete thread -- You're right. At least that one knew he couldn't spell and wasn't afraid to admit it.
Complete thread -- lol much better that way than to misspell it
Complete thread -- I used to have one who would start spelling something but would always end up saying "just
Complete thread -- This doc is usually pretty good - and this is the first time he's making this particular
Complete thread -- I have a doc who continually spells Dix-Hallpike as DIXON not Dix
Complete thread -- Stedman's has "super" supernumerary
Complete thread -- Some of those stubborn docs are nauseating. You'd think they would look the word up after
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- he spells it because people keep changing it to the other way -- wonder why?
Complete thread -- No documentation for supra. Super,
Complete thread -- Doc says supranumerary digits--and spells the SUPRA part. I can only find
Complete thread -- Bharat Dasani, MD
Complete thread -- can't find last referring doctor in nj
Complete thread -- Oops, you're right. Thanks. Too late for this one but I'll remember for the future now
Complete thread -- had to flag and send, ty.
Complete thread -- our docs say it ALL the time :) they say PARQ conference was held :)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I've never heard of it before.
Complete thread -- PARQ=procedure, alternatives, risk, and questions :)
Complete thread -- NM. PARQ
Complete thread -- WAG...suspension?
Complete thread -- s/l park discussion TIA!
Complete thread -- quadriplegia, chronic respiratory failure, pneumonax, pneumonia
Complete thread -- Any diagnoses?
Complete thread -- Med list help
Complete thread -- NM Found it.
Complete thread -- s/l sav-roo-poo somewhere in Michigan TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Centerwatch.com (great FDA drug site, listed by speciality & year approved
Complete thread -- hyaluronate?
Complete thread -- injection of s/l high-lure-an-ase TIA!
Complete thread -- closed thoracostomies?
Complete thread -- he required stay in hospital, had 2 s/l clothes-thor-costimes for
Complete thread -- and Pinkfins (s/l pinkfin stirrups)
Complete thread -- and it's Ultrafins as well (s/l ultrafin; q.v. also yellofin, yellowfin, yellofins)
Complete thread -- thanks! just put that in my Autocorrect and spellcheck.
Complete thread -- no wav there
Complete thread -- could blood ton be gluten?
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: Chest pain also a _____. sm for second blank.
Complete thread -- ?Protonix (just throwing out a suggestion)
Complete thread -- actual sentence please
Complete thread -- BTW, Oct. 10 is a Thursday.
Complete thread -- i wonder if she is saying "blatant"
Complete thread -- allergy report, asian doctor s/l "butter and eggs" see message plz
Complete thread -- thank you!! That's it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Grashey and Y views
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! nm
Complete thread -- AP Shoulder in neutral rotation (taken in the plane of the scapula) (Grashey view) ...
Complete thread -- BAT is right
Complete thread -- s/l "gray-shiam wide views" (x-ray)
Complete thread -- Pt with recurrent strokes, new stroke, brought to Sinai Hosp. as a s/l BAT code. ??
Complete thread -- just pointing out the procedures, not to suggest you change wording as you
Complete thread -- an exploration of the left hand, and a repair of middle finger extensor tendon, and a
Complete thread -- middle finger extensor tendon MCP arthrotomy...is comma needed?
Complete thread -- Me too. Colaris poster.
Complete thread -- close. Thanks that helped for sure. COLARIS® is what she said.
Complete thread -- Colaris
Complete thread -- Prolaris® is a genomic test developed to aid physicians in predicting prostate cancer
Complete thread -- could be, since the optic disc is the entry point for major blood vessels that supply the
Complete thread -- no microsatellite instability. The patient was tested for genetic mutation for S/M
Complete thread -- I did find out that the pink ones were limited edition with sales going to breast cancer.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Suppose the mystery remains unsolved...
Complete thread -- s/l entrance sign (SM)
Complete thread -- There are a couple posts in archives where "blue dolphin stirrups" was dictated, but no
Complete thread -- ahh I see
Complete thread -- Think it just means "at" 30 or 90
Complete thread -- I have ortho who always says:
Complete thread -- Nothing on the Yellofin manufacturer website, but they do make a blue pair so I would
Complete thread -- actually, it is Yellofins
Complete thread -- No increased external rotation (at) 30 or 90 degrees of flexion.
Complete thread -- varus/valgus - or varus or varus laxity - or varus-valgus laxity (2 different things)
Complete thread -- I have one doc who calls his "shark fin stirrups"
Complete thread -- Does last sentence make sense? See inside
Complete thread -- could be it...thanks
Complete thread -- ah yes....right hip arthroscopic labral tear versus....
Complete thread -- Have heard of Yellofin stirrups, doc is saying "blue fin" stirrups. Can't document?
Complete thread -- is it right hip arthroscopic labral repair versus partial...
Complete thread -- arthroscopic partial limbectomy for labral injury of the hip
Complete thread -- s/l ??ectomy....
Complete thread -- Well, I have no response for you except to say you apparently think the post below belongs
Complete thread -- gargage?
Complete thread -- subtalar joint?
Complete thread -- spurring changes?
Complete thread -- talar bone
Complete thread -- tibiotalar joint
Complete thread -- to the *ob tailor* joint. Moderate *string of* changes *tailored* bone
Complete thread -- gargage IMHO, even if not directly name, with "lighthearted, no harm done" just get out of
Complete thread -- law application for
Complete thread -- ignore. It is all together. sry
Complete thread -- see link for form name
Complete thread -- motor vehicle no-fault insurance law. Application for motor vehicle no-fault
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- medical examination
Complete thread -- ? some antibiotics
Complete thread -- ?straight leg raise with good strength
Complete thread -- she is able to *straight leg has a good strength*
Complete thread -- Allergies *home* antibiotics, shellfish, iodine.
Complete thread -- Lighten up and give us a break.
Complete thread -- anconeus transfer
Complete thread -- ok, thank you!
Complete thread -- reattachment of the extensor origin and s/l kineis transfer.
Complete thread -- That's what I heard, both spots, same thing Repco
Complete thread -- but what does he say right before Penrith? Does he say Repco again?
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- sEE LInk. This is in both towns
Complete thread -- 1st.. Repco is an Australian automotive engineering company. .
Complete thread -- became a motor mechanic and then managed ____ at Bathurst then _____in Penrith
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- She is able to form a fist and extend her fingers completely and without difficulty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds fine to me, perfectly understandable.
Complete thread -- usually hear "flex and extend"
Complete thread -- Ely's heel-to-buttock
Complete thread -- he gets an F in spelling.
Complete thread -- he spelled it wrong. It's chary (unwilling, reluctant to do)
Complete thread -- Patrick’s test, Eli *yield* to buttock
Complete thread -- She is able to *full and physically* extend the fingers
Complete thread -- cervical spine was observed to be *the 100%* of expected normal without complaint
Complete thread -- what the heck?
Complete thread -- Wonder if it could have been "a tongue of clot"? Weird but
Complete thread -- I agree!
Complete thread -- is margins
Complete thread -- will check
Complete thread -- margins?
Complete thread -- crest up to the *M Rs* of the ribs and xiphoid
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Aquacel Ag
Complete thread -- Best to check w/ your account. My account wants it as "first."
Complete thread -- I wasn't involved in that thread but it seems most of the posts made were about someone
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- (that doesn't make sense)
Complete thread -- you don't see that on EKG - you see that on EP study
Complete thread -- yera, but y
Complete thread -- All my accounts want it differently, but the BoS guidelines is to use number. Might want
Complete thread -- oops for next time --it is leads I and II sm
Complete thread -- 1st
Complete thread -- 1st cmc joint or first cmc joint?
Complete thread -- got it.. duh me... motor tone
Complete thread -- I'm iinteested. whatever that is.
Complete thread -- mote or tone? see sentence
Complete thread -- Thanks for the tip. I listened again and again and slowed it down and heard "new finding."
Complete thread -- marketing haha
Complete thread -- a tip - wait a few minutes, go back at least one sentence, relisten, slow down, relisten
Complete thread -- agree, also for those iinteested-- CP=concealed accessory atrioventricular pathways (CP).
Complete thread -- never mind, it's pre-excitation
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to read an old report on her to see if it's a new finding. If not, I'll
Complete thread -- agree which is central finding
Complete thread -- s/l CP excitation
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think that's it.
Complete thread -- I know, but in the long run, it all still spells the same name. LOL!
Complete thread -- is a new finding?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- weird, and weirder.
Complete thread -- LOL. How do they DO that? See this one... Makes you pull your hair out.
Complete thread -- The majority are DuoDERM, however.
Complete thread -- Yes, I did that, but I also came up with DuoDerm from this package (see link)
Complete thread -- sorry for the double post. :*
Complete thread -- packaging shows DuoDERM can see at links. If you google images, it pulls up
Complete thread -- packaging shows DuoDERM can see at links. If you google images, it pulls up
Complete thread -- (central) finding.
Complete thread -- Also finding spellings for Duoderm and DuoDERM, so not sure which one.
Complete thread -- sounds fine. they found a large amount and the doc is very casual.. like I saw
Complete thread -- DuoDerm patches?
Complete thread -- apology to f g j j g j - SM
Complete thread -- They say A line or "art" line for an arterial line
Complete thread -- trivial aortic valve regurgitation which is _____ defining.
Complete thread -- Adaptic, perhaps?
Complete thread -- by extra?
Complete thread -- s/l adositedac dressing wound
Complete thread -- covered with *doer do* patches
Complete thread -- induced. An *A line* was placed by anesthesia
Complete thread -- I don't think so but thanks.
Complete thread -- versus?
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing gtts instead? (Drops (gtt.)?
Complete thread -- The patient underwent right groin exploration for excision of his saphenous bulb.
Complete thread -- cranial tilt to avoid extension _____ spinal cord stimulation
Complete thread -- ggts? what does that mean? Is it lower case, or caps?
Complete thread -- Oh gosh, it's crystal clear now. You are good. Thanks! Too bad I already sent it in. :-(
Complete thread -- 1) wanted to go ahead and proceed 3) remnant retear of any partial
Complete thread -- He want to ____ proceed forward with surgical intervention. He unders ...
Complete thread -- Newbie here....can any one suggest a good site for commas to use with *with and which
Complete thread -- Shear. Google shearing force injury, shear wounds or similar
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to enable enough tissue ..into the defect
Complete thread -- A myocutaneous flap was then fashioned at the lateral canthus ____ to ...
Complete thread -- (obscenity filter? not so sure I tripped that, I don't remember posting any obscenities,
Complete thread -- oh, WOW, that went through. Thanks Billybob!! Not sure who got me blocked, but ...thanks
Complete thread -- moot...but I've been blocked from posting for a while. I give up.
Complete thread -- We all get it from time to time but keep coming back for more. :)
Complete thread -- thanks, poi...your, you're....no matter. that is a mute point.
Complete thread -- better fix my your = you're before someone jumps on me :)
Complete thread -- aw, your a good helper, you will be back. This board is an addiction.
Complete thread -- gosh, seems so easy/clear when someone comes up with the right
Complete thread -- Shear versus sheer...see the post below, if it is still there. I apologize, and I'm
Complete thread -- Oh yes, I can
Complete thread -- I'm come clean...this was ME that posted this... I found it, posted it, didn't pay much
Complete thread -- I put my take on this at the top-didn't realize how late I am-see above?
Complete thread -- s/l She is a woman who underwent mastectomy last February
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l he changed his mind. She has gone...underwent mastectomy last February.
Complete thread -- She is known to (have)? But that would be undergone, so probably not.
Complete thread -- he pronounced it correctly enough for the helpers to get it
Complete thread -- It's really too much of a mumble to get a s/l.
Complete thread -- I think you might be right, though it's hard to know for sure. In any case, I think it
Complete thread -- he really has marbles in his mouth - as you well know?
Complete thread -- can't access the wave, what is the sounds like please?
Complete thread -- I can't access the wave, what is the sounds like, please?
Complete thread -- just put up a slowed down wav
Complete thread -- as you know? (another WAG. Are you able to slow him down?)
Complete thread -- sorry to disappoint, but that wasn't snark
Complete thread -- I don't think as well fits because he didn't say anything before that. Here's the letter:
Complete thread -- Nope, this is the first time he's mentioning it.
Complete thread -- but what would that mean?
Complete thread -- as mentioned? (did he mention it previously?) this is a wild *** guess.
Complete thread -- ? she, as well, also underwent....
Complete thread -- She _____ underwent a mastectomy last February for breast cancer.
Complete thread -- hmmm, thanks for that information. good to know
Complete thread -- 2 thumbs up!
Complete thread -- this is for acromioclavicular joint displacement. You wouldn't
Complete thread -- Could be a local doc's name. When the pharmacy compounds things like that,
Complete thread -- Lighten up chickapoo.
Complete thread -- How cool. Enjoy that grandbaby! I have a "step" grandson and he's the light of my life!
Complete thread -- oh, forgot to say - Thanks. P)
Complete thread -- it really sounds like CMC, so could be. I wil flag it to be sure. Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- I had a knee replacement and a few other problems so gave up
Complete thread -- Poi, are you an MT too? You're dang good!!
Complete thread -- well...maybe not. ... :(
Complete thread -- I googled your entire sentence, skipped through all the thumb stuff, and found:
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch then!
Complete thread -- Really, I am an x-ray tech. Done it 1000 times.
Complete thread -- weights...as above.
Complete thread -- they have the patient hold a weight while performing the
Complete thread -- good one...makes sense. Google shoulder x-ray with weights.
Complete thread -- Really, poi? I was just happy finding 'waves.' Which makes more sense?
Complete thread -- Yes, but I can't figure which one it is.
Complete thread -- thanks anyway, I give up
Complete thread -- I got it!! With or without 'waves' Yay! Thanks
Complete thread -- with and without weights
Complete thread -- Is that what you hear also on the wav?
Complete thread -- waste or waist?
Complete thread -- Suture anchors tied using a *CMC* knot. (unstable shoulder surgery)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- pessimism
Complete thread -- in medication list, s/l sellman's butt cream
Complete thread -- wav is posted
Complete thread -- We have done x-rays noting with and without s/l 'waste' or 'ways' not noting any supe
Complete thread -- I'm glad you had a good attitude with the "snarky" person, or it could have turned into
Complete thread -- well trust me...it isn't YOU...its the doctor going so darn fast. I'm surprised at some
Complete thread -- I sure appreciate all of you. I won't bug you so much once I get my samples all made.
Complete thread -- reminds me so much of plus/minus but....that can't be right.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I have a couple blanks left but I don't look like a total idiot!
Complete thread -- in case you can't get to link - Stephen Douglas NP, Columbus, IN
Complete thread -- I thought it could be extended. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- graft extended and packed??? maybe if you slow him waaaaayyyy down?
Complete thread -- Thorough yep. morcellized lamina??? wow, that one is just horrible....
Complete thread -- found this (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l steven douglas nurse practitioner in indiana. can't trace
Complete thread -- They do Beck depression, anxiety, and "hopelessness" scales but that sounds nothing like
Complete thread -- I bet my first blank is thorough.
Complete thread -- wav again. I bet you all will be glad when I finish.
Complete thread -- Once again, thanks
Complete thread -- full made sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- L3 is in there... says L2-3, L3-4, L4-5 levels.
Complete thread -- intervening ligament
Complete thread -- full or low? full sounds better.
Complete thread -- Is this even in there - L3 with removal of intervening ()
Complete thread -- Spinal canal was examined and no disk...
Complete thread -- examined and no disk herniations were found, nerve roots were noted to be free.
Complete thread -- thanks. I have it now. Is it full exposure?
Complete thread -- 1st sacral posterior elements with low exposure (?)
Complete thread -- actually it is, when it is pronounced correctly, but thanks anyway. s.m.
Complete thread -- dissection was carried OUT of the....
Complete thread -- MP3. I bet you are as glad as I am that this is my last report of the day!
Complete thread -- s/l "peace minus"
Complete thread -- I'm still missing a word in there...
Complete thread -- the L2, the L3, the L4 and ___ exposure of transverse
Complete thread -- wav file - sometimes, I have doubts about me ever getting these op notes!
Complete thread -- I flagged.
Complete thread -- I was thinking the same and will edit to that. Thanks
Complete thread -- under would fit even better
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input.
Complete thread -- The patient was inducted in general anesthesia. Would editing 'in' to 'by' make more
Complete thread -- good point.
Complete thread -- I think your sentence would make sense w/o the "and" SM
Complete thread -- got your input in time. Thanks
Complete thread -- I left 'breast' out. Need to turn it now.
Complete thread -- I would not, but that is just my opinion.
Complete thread -- pO2 of 47 wouldn't be right. Normal is 80s to 100. Plus, patient is on 100% FIO2, which
Complete thread -- Now he dictates...'bilateral breast gynecomastia.' Should I leave 'breast' out?
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Perhaps this is what he meant. Makes sense
Complete thread -- how about explains her symptoms?
Complete thread -- I give up... how silly IS that?
Complete thread -- Please see sentence in this letter set off by marks. It is very clear but does not
Complete thread -- I found that link right before I posted and was thinking it made 47 look correct
Complete thread -- see link - might help
Complete thread -- I have another spot that is questionable, so I will flag. Never guess on numbers.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard 80-47 but that didn't make sense, just seems 347 is way high? I can't
Complete thread -- 347 was my guess.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- how silly is that, hire someone to do it for her, sheesh
Complete thread -- you need help ima, paranoia
Complete thread -- no need for comma aftere asystole (=arrest)
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- You are more than welcome!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Relistened and you are correct all the way. Thanks
Complete thread -- He is hyPOkalemic and he developed hyPOmagnesemia, as well as
Complete thread -- Thank you for the link! :)
Complete thread -- wav file, asystole, arrest, hypoglycemia
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- acarbose. I was just gonna post that.
Complete thread -- I found it. It is acarbose. It is a generic of Precose. She has hypoglycemia.
Complete thread -- what is her diagnosis, please?
Complete thread -- Endocrinology note s/l acrobuls
Complete thread -- hmmmmm. interesting... could be, could be. I knew it was not her, but it sure
Complete thread -- ewe got it!
Complete thread -- doc used "disparate" correctly - it's not a *big* word
Complete thread -- that thought occurred to me also - maybe it was marj?
Complete thread -- shorn nuff
Complete thread -- And I didn't say it was here. I asked if she hired someone to do it for her.
Complete thread -- agree, heard often as complication/sign of what surgery interference produced./caused
Complete thread -- agree, irrigation then antibiotic infused. Those who do ortho would know this
Complete thread -- I think that is it!! Thanks!!!! will add comma too, lol
Complete thread -- nope, not Darlene's post.
Complete thread -- Despite this, ...At baseline, ...disparate - utterly different or distinct in kind(maybe)
Complete thread -- this apparent?
Complete thread -- doc who tries to use big words (we call him Sheldon, lol) but he does not s.m.
Complete thread -- proving (at least in this case) that English usage is sheer luck
Complete thread -- Did Darlene hire a helper to take over and post these?
Complete thread -- exactly
Complete thread -- not germane in any way, shape, or form
Complete thread -- google: Lentra
Complete thread -- makes sense to me
Complete thread -- any diagnosis?
Complete thread -- s/l enact?
Complete thread -- all the sounds were there, though - NO exudaTE perioD - run together
Complete thread -- Levitra? (though you can check drugs.com wildcard search and find
Complete thread -- Nice, but none of those definitions apply to the way "shear" is being used here.
Complete thread -- Lentra??? 10 mg prn ...
Complete thread -- A shearing injury occurs with dragging or sliding of a body
Complete thread -- I slowed it down again and did hear exudate. There was no 'noted' in there at all.
Complete thread -- MEDICATION
Complete thread -- Agree. ... no exudate (period)
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- I listened again and sure hear no exudate period.
Complete thread -- thank you. I was thinking scissors. Just what I love about this board,
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I slowed it way way down and think it is noted period
Complete thread -- see: shear strain, shear injury
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- no exudate.
Complete thread -- I think shear is the only one that makes sense, though why
Complete thread -- noted period?
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- I heard the t and not m too, but unfortunately heard tr, so I'm no help
Complete thread -- sheer vs shear trauma TIA!
Complete thread -- and I heard mapped. which makes sense.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying, appreciate it!!
Complete thread -- 'tis. Merci beaucoup !
Complete thread -- atony?
Complete thread -- atrophy?
Complete thread -- Thanks. He is very clear in what is said....I will go with and
Complete thread -- see msg, please
Complete thread -- given a choice of your 2 suggestions, my suggestion would be "and"
Complete thread -- central canal and lateral recess?
Complete thread -- irrigation and some antibiotic sounds perfectly fine for hematoma evac
Complete thread -- central and lateral? or central lateral??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I thought I listened to this before, and I heard tapped. (i heard the t sound not m)
Complete thread -- I hear, after all instruments were removed from the uterus
Complete thread -- Didn't you post mp3 on this? I actually hear "tr" sound but trapped wouldn't make sense
Complete thread -- the irrigant could be impregnated with an antibiotic but that sounds
Complete thread -- irrigation and *some antibiotic* after using bony clamp
Complete thread -- Thanks for help on blank #3! I think #2 is "connecting". #1 help?
Complete thread -- #3- surrounding soft tissues?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That is funny stuff! My husband has started saying that too though..
Complete thread -- Radiograph help
Complete thread -- mapped
Complete thread -- I 'think' I hear "distention" (the fluid used to distend the uterus) but not 100% on my
Complete thread -- V-Loc
Complete thread -- Lymph-bearing tissue?
Complete thread -- s/l v lock stitch
Complete thread -- obturator nerve, _________ tissue in the external
Complete thread -- these landmarks were *tapped* and identified approximately
Complete thread -- After the _________ was removed
Complete thread -- GREAT ideas! Thank you!
Complete thread -- hazy initial scarring?
Complete thread -- Maybe your hearing isn't grossly normal. J/K!
Complete thread -- I had that. Thanks. Sometimes I wonder why I have started doubting what I hear so much
Complete thread -- Something to do with laser initial scarring? Just a guess.
Complete thread -- hearing
Complete thread -- fellow walked into a pole and had facial lacerations
Complete thread -- wav file,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty both!
Complete thread -- That would confuse me as well - wouldn't know if she's just not paying attention to what
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- It did cross my mind that's what she means, but says "kale" clear as a bell!
Complete thread -- Okay, I'm sure you've already considered and ruled out, but "cane"
Complete thread -- under TYPE in BoS 2. Just as stated. "depending on type referred to. Check appropriate re
Complete thread -- It clearly states in 2 that you have to look up specific things in an appropriate referenc
Complete thread -- I don't see anything in BOS 2 or 3 about acromion types.
Complete thread -- I love this site for orthopaedic info. try this link
Complete thread -- Patient ambulates with the use of a s/l KALE and a rail.
Complete thread -- No change in BoS3 from 2 or 1. Type -- Use arabic or roman numerals or capital
Complete thread -- probably HBO (hyperbaric oxygen)?
Complete thread -- BOS 2 I think may have something, but generally types are more specific than generalized.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- When I first heard it, I thought he said purple pill is 0
Complete thread -- If I had to guess it would be Today pain scale 0 but I am flagging
Complete thread -- acromion. I see it both ways. I usually go with numerals 1, 2, 3.
Complete thread -- I think its something to do with pain zero but cant get the first part.
Complete thread -- that's pretty precise-- hours, minutes, seconds -- would be 8:49:08.
Complete thread -- You'd still use colons as far as I know, 8:49:08
Complete thread -- 8:48 p.m.
Complete thread -- Flagging. I have another area where it I am sure there are words in there...
Complete thread -- Is it type III or 3 acromiun? New BOS rule confusion, can't find types.
Complete thread -- how to type eight forty nine oh eight p.m.
Complete thread -- If I get this back from QA, I will let you know.
Complete thread -- mp3 file. Guy is in for hip pain.
Complete thread -- I flagged but you were right on. The dictator was Paige mentioned there
Complete thread -- I think - initially. Very muffled. Try slowling down, turn sound way down sm
Complete thread -- pure guess, either some insurance comp to get ok, or they do have
Complete thread -- I can't come up with anything ... I'm not much help this early...lol
Complete thread -- I want to hear serially, but it sounds more like initially but pronounced differently. ??
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- if, as you think, gemzar (sp) sm
Complete thread -- I found this: (SM)
Complete thread -- s/l joa four may be trocar (like a tube)
Complete thread -- then dilated _____ up to a #6.5 Pratt dilator.
Complete thread -- Oh, this is Concord Hospital NH
Complete thread -- sounds like HDO, HEO, HEL - more like HEO than the others. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Okay, probably gemsar and cisplatin but not sure how to type this
Complete thread -- We discussed various strategies around chemoradiation including various chemo-sensiti
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- position with the findings in the pelvis as noted above?
Complete thread -- thanks just wanted to confirm it made sense here
Complete thread -- hysterosalpingogram
Complete thread -- position and _________findings as noted
Complete thread -- The *joa four* was then inserted without difficulty
Complete thread -- bicornuate uterus likely septate given history of *H S G* findings.
Complete thread -- hydrodissected
Complete thread -- Looks okay but not sure if they're needed or not.
Complete thread -- for your response.
Complete thread -- that is what I was thinking too...the doc says commas which puts me in a bit of confusion.
Complete thread -- The sentence would read fine without any commas at all.
Complete thread -- The patient and his sister, both, demonstrated understanding. tx.
Complete thread -- and noticed that was _____ rotated well
Complete thread -- Following this, I hydrodissect the nucleus and ____ rotated well using ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I think this one is it. Thank you. Nm
Complete thread -- I'm finding MeroGel also. Guess that's more your s/l
Complete thread -- Merocel is commonly heard.
Complete thread -- Absorbable *s/l mirror gel" packing was also removed along sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- capital Herpes simplex? sm
Complete thread -- yes, interloop and intra-peritoneum sm
Complete thread -- nevermind, morphologic changes
Complete thread -- s/l flongic
Complete thread -- might consider fossae (2 of them). rest is okay
Complete thread -- Does this read correct? No sure if I have period in correctly.
Complete thread -- tumor is correct, but your post is not
Complete thread -- ? physiologic
Complete thread -- s/l "mythiologic" therapy.
Complete thread -- but it looks like I had trouble again... gotta slow down! :)
Complete thread -- sorry, I have Tehckhoff correctly spelled in the report, duh! thanks
Complete thread -- Tenckhoff. intraperitoneal is a word, so ...?? not sure on the interloop.
Complete thread -- intra-peritoneum? pls sm
Complete thread -- is that not what the below post said, just not in that order?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much1
Complete thread -- the scope was entered in/into the shoulder... (and portal not port)
Complete thread -- I dont think there is anything in the 1st either.
Complete thread -- Maybe I did better than I thought :)
Complete thread -- I think I am missing text in the whole last sentence - the something scope, something
Complete thread -- portal for the 2nd, not sure there's anything in your first blank.
Complete thread -- This is the full text.
Complete thread -- wav file, again. Sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was not sure.
Complete thread -- and fgjjfj wins by 21 seconds!
Complete thread -- symphysis fundal height
Complete thread -- symphysis fundal height
Complete thread -- I think its 1+ on the posterior too, and I think instability not stability
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- Can you catch what I am missing in the 1+ something instability
Complete thread -- I wondered if he simply corrected himself.
Complete thread -- Calor, dolor, rubor, and tumor: Heat, pain, redness, and swelling.
Complete thread -- 70... ??? is he messing up there?
Complete thread -- wav file,
Complete thread -- I hear edge clearly now! Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l cuff, edge of the supraspinatus and ....
Complete thread -- wav file. Is there a word in there?
Complete thread -- rubor, dulor, or calor. " sign of acute inflammation by Galen, who added it to the four s
Complete thread -- Oops. Thanks anyway. Flagging.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- google rubor
Complete thread -- Pt with a small wound described as cavity packed with iodoform sm
Complete thread -- Could be! Thx.
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- blood was tested and ________ was positive
Complete thread -- An adhesive barrier that sounds like I-pee-a-pro OR I-p-pro (sm)
Complete thread -- I hear 'trouble' (?)
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying! I may just blank it after one last go of it.
Complete thread -- or up & down?
Complete thread -- might very well be double, i hear it now, maybe double as in "left to right" ??
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- google... Canadian drug patch for menopause
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thx, but I don't believe so. I'm definitely hearing a hard "d" sound. Ugh!
Complete thread -- agree -Small Gut Obstruction - Epiploic Adhesion -
Complete thread -- forward?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "double" which makes no sense. My mind wants him to say lateral but he's not.
Complete thread -- global?
Complete thread -- towards IP and caudal aspect toward the bladder. dissection lateral to the vessel
Complete thread -- Patient reports _____ movement aggravates pain intensity
Complete thread -- vaginal cuff
Complete thread -- HELLO - Please check MP3s posted - you posted over mine.
Complete thread -- oops... more info
Complete thread -- remaining pedicles. The ________ angles were
Complete thread -- cephalad to _________ and caudalize AND dissection _______ to the vessels
Complete thread -- Patient reports _____ movement aggravates pain intensity
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tapped out and identified - superior to the symphysis
Complete thread -- were mapped out and identified.....one-third of the distance. cannot catch the other
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- landmarks were ________ and identified ... superior to the ________ and one-third the
Complete thread -- sometimes
Complete thread -- something like "epiploic" maybe?
Complete thread -- tropia is a misalignment of the two eyes when a patient is looking with both eyes ...
Complete thread -- not sure but I think it should be surgically absent right adnexa,
Complete thread -- germ cell
Complete thread -- , thanks
Complete thread -- s/l bowel *epiltropia*
Complete thread -- history of ________ tumor
Complete thread -- ..pass some pink (not thick) urine
Complete thread -- pass some thick _____ which he states
Complete thread -- this may be it!
Complete thread -- I had all but portable. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Shaatz? see if anything is on this page that s/l (see link)
Complete thread -- Hodge?
Complete thread -- No, sounds nothing like that, but thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I can find Milex and Mentor (pessary) but not s/l chads?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- A portable ultrasound machine
Complete thread -- patient with urinary incontinence
Complete thread -- wav file, me again, sigh.
Complete thread -- Vivelle-Dot?
Complete thread -- I saw lutidine but only as something they drugs from.
Complete thread -- He's probably swallowing the first part of the word.
Complete thread -- Bonney
Complete thread -- Ah, not a member but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- s/l "lutid" to me -- I found lutidine as an occupational exposure.
Complete thread -- After all this time trying to find a silicate I think included might be it.
Complete thread -- Could be, because mica is a silicate!
Complete thread -- S/l Bonnet's test.
Complete thread -- Try searching from this link
Complete thread -- I thought of lutein but that is not the right type.
Complete thread -- sigh. Listened over and over and just hear bunt-lin in place. One blank coming up. but
Complete thread -- I just read TMI about asbestos and couldn't find anything either
Complete thread -- might be Aromasin post-menopausal advanced breast cancer ,
Complete thread -- agree with that hard L or GL start for the word too, but that's all
Complete thread -- Later, she says she was in a sleeve for the lymphedema. I wondered if she was trying to
Complete thread -- Just got to that part - construction worker
Complete thread -- I found a chart of air exposure stuff and found lutwigite or something like that. Not
Complete thread -- I'm stumped! Do you happen to know the pt's occupation?
Complete thread -- there is a word bunting - a coarse, open fabric of worsted or cotton for flags, etc.
Complete thread -- I agree, I hear gluted, just can't find anything similar.
Complete thread -- I thought it was something like ludet or ludwig or gluted
Complete thread -- "uterine cry" may be heard often, but that's not what was heard here.
Complete thread -- included?
Complete thread -- s/l buntlin see msg for sentences plz.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much
Complete thread -- ESL doctor. I think it's a canadian drug for menopause...
Complete thread -- yes, uterine cry heard often in D & C
Complete thread -- might be non coplanar (imaging)
Complete thread -- that is what I hear also
Complete thread -- go down?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- transplant as he could not _____ until his BMI was below 40
Complete thread -- respiratory secretions
Complete thread -- word before cannula but I agree with all that
Complete thread -- ooops, and easy suctioning
Complete thread -- 1st: a cannula?? 2nd: visualization, an easy suctioning of respiration secretions
Complete thread -- I guess that is it!! Thanks!!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, kind of leaning towards pancreas fistulectomy.
Complete thread -- removed and ________ was placed AND visualization, the ________ was suctioned with r
Complete thread -- compliance is all I can figure. noncompliance ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A word describing the liver s/l com-planes s.m.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- used with a hemostat in the thyroid
Complete thread -- don't know blank, but bovied. once you change to verb form, no caps.
Complete thread -- ohhhh... okay. I thought it was something seen, but it's a sound (a creepy sound!)
Complete thread -- UDS is a very common abbr used by ALL physicians.
Complete thread -- no (-) in T wave(s) or Q waves or P waves, etc
Complete thread -- thanks, pal. I found that "cri du chat" but didn't think it fit. Somethin' new everyday.
Complete thread -- Blunt dissection was used to _______ in the thyroid and inferior
Complete thread -- another explanation
Complete thread -- way at the bottom of that page. i shuda just typed it:
Complete thread -- cri (see linky)
Complete thread -- doing a D&C -- "Cri" was noted in all 4 quadrants. SM
Complete thread -- thanks - have to flag
Complete thread -- anastrozole (Arimidex®) maybe?
Complete thread -- breast cancer being treated with [Amastaza].
Complete thread -- It is. Good ears. I thought it was surveying... I think I get worse as time goes on.
Complete thread -- Cleocin, Minocin.
Complete thread -- allergies penicillin ____ and tylenol.
Complete thread -- diverting
Complete thread -- MP3, good morning all!
Complete thread -- I then recessed the collateral ligaments and I was able to ____ the jo ...
Complete thread -- yep, sounds like sharpen. but, i may be hearing that since you said that's what it sounds
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I then recessed the collateral ligaments and I was able to *sharpen* t ...
Complete thread -- expansile?
Complete thread -- to evaluate his C7 ___lesion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- digit has achieved such a flexed position that it interferes with his
Complete thread -- The patient has come under my care for a chronic PIP joint contracture ...
Complete thread -- pancreatolithectomy?
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- fall precautions?
Complete thread -- 1st blank is disc but still stuck on 2nd. anyone?
Complete thread -- pls
Complete thread -- digiti minimi muscle with a _____ electrode with _____ flexed at the elbow
Complete thread -- s/l pancreacystolectomy TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- that we are (were?) going to try to reattach to the
Complete thread -- I was immediately able to pass a Freer elevator in the lateral ulnar c ...
Complete thread -- with left-to-right atrial ____.
Complete thread -- s/l mamner
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Fine, but when you write your question the way you did, it
Complete thread -- She is also concerned about the *turns* of the nasal bridge where ther ...
Complete thread -- and extensive it is!! Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It's OK as dictated I think but dictator didn't say it very well.
Complete thread -- bet it's extensive.
Complete thread -- tripped while taking care of a dog, landed on her nose and had fairly ...
Complete thread -- The right ventricular function _____ to be normal.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sorry, I don't hear that...I'm not even sure about the "with", I hear
Complete thread -- never mind, I don't hear that. I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Could she be saying thickening?
Complete thread -- ___V1 to V4
Complete thread -- The T-waves are upright with _____ which could signify right ventricular pressure ov
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- deferred
Complete thread -- Noonan syndrome
Complete thread -- s/l noohan syndrome
Complete thread -- The pulmonary balloon valvuloplasty was ____ at that time.
Complete thread -- I think it was confusing because of the caps, I was thinking
Complete thread -- agree with etiology (I was interprering it as "a dog")
Complete thread -- they often short-speak (not completing sentence, I'd put as dictated no hepatorenal.
Complete thread -- I deserved that.
Complete thread -- please kiss off
Complete thread -- Yes. Dadgummit. that is all I can hear now! Thank you!
Complete thread -- etiology? cause? (is he saying letters or are you hearing ADOG?)
Complete thread -- ...rule out underlying cardiac ADOG. The patient was admitted to cardiac care unit. They
Complete thread -- Please calm down. This was hours ago and we explained to the OP that those findings were
Complete thread -- Cardiac "ADOG" sounds like.
Complete thread -- attitude?
Complete thread -- why am I unemployed?
Complete thread -- would have suggested Imitrex
Complete thread -- yes, and these findings are specifically related to the diagnosis
Complete thread -- I get tired of MT's blaming "foreign doc"
Complete thread -- but it would be potentially seen in someone with liver failure
Complete thread -- SBP = spontaneous bacterial peritonitis
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- Like the OP said...that's all he said.
Complete thread -- Yeah, OP came back and said thank you at bottom of thread but didn't say what she (or he)
Complete thread -- whoa nellie. Someone better go read up a bit.
Complete thread -- but that is nothing. hepatorenal failure? cyst? what?
Complete thread -- Stedman's abbrev has: (SM)
Complete thread -- In other words, he's probably just naming some other things the patient has no evidence
Complete thread -- or spider
Complete thread -- Gynecomastia sure wouldn't be seen on
Complete thread -- that is the study. Foreign doc. Loves to give abbrev... says UDS for urine drug screen =/
Complete thread -- Then maybe SBP. Thought it was something on
Complete thread -- that is all he said
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of _______, ascites, spider angioma, or gynecomas ...
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of hepatorenal (what??) ..
Complete thread -- need to give more information regarding "this" dictation. Sentences
Complete thread -- another dictation states
Complete thread -- EGD... no evidence of _________ (s/l SDP)
Complete thread -- ... gonna leave a blank. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- Oh gosh, I hear it so clearly now. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Enablex? best to flag when its an allergy though...
Complete thread -- records,
Complete thread -- allergy list, s/l implorex
Complete thread -- Based on ______, she was actually seen by a cardiologist last year to get clearance
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I hear "punch that body, punch!"
Complete thread -- I save a copy of everything so I will get there. It just takes a while.
Complete thread -- and the 'new stuff' changes so often, its hard to keep up
Complete thread -- Right after I started at Transcend several years ago, they stopped having
Complete thread -- You got more than I did.
Complete thread -- all I got was "this was trimmed to a nice stable rim" on the 15th listen.
Complete thread -- I hate it for you. That doctor deserves all the blanks he gets so maybe he'll learn to
Complete thread -- Thank heavens that is my last report for the day. I feel like I am back in school!
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- It is not my only holy cow. I will flag that too.
Complete thread -- holycow
Complete thread -- wav. I have not a clue what he is saying. I am sure glad this is my last one of the
Complete thread -- (since it is separate from the ORIF)
Complete thread -- I might put one after phalanx, too.
Complete thread -- Correct placement of commas?
Complete thread -- sure, gives quotes for insurance.
Complete thread -- s/l insurance customer service quoter
Complete thread -- Oh, I caught that on mine after I sent it. Thanks. Right. I kept thinking it was 8 or rate
Complete thread -- volvulus (surgery for a volvulus maybe)
Complete thread -- probably means surgery for volvulus.
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- s/l volvulous
Complete thread -- make sure ya change to C7 not T7
Complete thread -- C7-T1 right
Complete thread -- Wav file. I have sent this to QA and never heard back. He says it a lot.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Bless you! My only blank on his report this time! Much better than last time.
Complete thread -- the area examined?
Complete thread -- wav file. Same guy, different report. Thanks.
Complete thread -- That may be what I am looking for. Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- venous = vein, obstruction =clogging of catheter, graft, or fistula) common in dialysis
Complete thread -- epilation could mean removal of ingrown eyelashes as a result of sty
Complete thread -- ? biarticular (see: "biarticular muscles")
Complete thread -- orthopedic help please
Complete thread -- I will listen again. Just was going to send it off and thought I would check here first.
Complete thread -- polypectomy site (where...?) "found to be unremarkable" might be in there?
Complete thread -- might be MICU medical intensive care unit
Complete thread -- Sending it off. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- site unremarkable with excellent hemostasis? Can't say i hear that though.
Complete thread -- I thought 'being marked' was in there. Did not put it in there
Complete thread -- text, not test
Complete thread -- this is the surrounding test
Complete thread -- what was the sentence right before? I think it is polypectomy "site" something...
Complete thread -- Thanks again! Down to a blank and a discrepancy
Complete thread -- Sending report to QA, thanks for all the help!
Complete thread -- Drives me buggy and I have only done him twice so far.
Complete thread -- darnit, and i meant fissure below and still typed fistula.
Complete thread -- survey ... and that's all I got... sheesh, can he slow down a bit?
Complete thread -- Fissure is in there! Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not that but thanks
Complete thread -- ..showed no mass, fistula or fissure. Colonoscope ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Mp3 file. I would send to QA but there is another report by this guy right after this
Complete thread -- or fistula. Colonoscope introduced _____slowly advanced into the cecum
Complete thread -- another wav, thanks again.
Complete thread -- could that be a nickname for the local hospital? Do you know the name
Complete thread -- I, (aVL but maybe just saying L)
Complete thread -- T-wave inversions in *one el*, V5 and V6 with a
Complete thread -- s/l nick mick
Complete thread -- Now I hear that! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- good ear, poi!
Complete thread -- 5 mg (says mig) Versed 100 mcg Fentanyl
Complete thread -- At first I thought he was giving a list of all the patient's medicatio, not the op meds.
Complete thread -- His last report had 1 mg Versed and 25 mcg fentanyl
Complete thread -- can you hear Versed in there? (I don't understand your question)
Complete thread -- I think your several is "mixed with"
Complete thread -- WAV file. He changes where the patient was listed as not being on a PPI. So maybe
Complete thread -- pharma
Complete thread -- I think he's just repeat gastric, gastric stomach
Complete thread -- .... stomach was somewhat *can't get that word though*
Complete thread -- SH: Patient is married. Patient works in s/l farm-uh development. TIA!
Complete thread -- The gastric ______ somewhat limited due to residue.
Complete thread -- dorzolamide for the last one?
Complete thread -- Xalatan for the first one maybe?
Complete thread -- eyedrops meds including s/l zultran, Combigan and s/l dultrizide. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks, yes, he's saying scissorness.
Complete thread -- Ah thanks.
Complete thread -- scissoring? (making up a word for scissoring - scissoriness?)
Complete thread -- s/l fizzerness
Complete thread -- Occupational therapy?
Complete thread -- s/l OT??
Complete thread -- no wav there?
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The gastric ______ somewhat limited due
Complete thread -- outflow
Complete thread -- never heard of "venous" output obstruction. Hear things like bladder outlet ob or gastric
Complete thread -- drawing like "blood draw" maybe?
Complete thread -- He had *heading out* yesterday.
Complete thread -- aiting for the *drawing* to whether he had venous output obstruction
Complete thread -- Gosh, you're right, and I already sent it in :-(
Complete thread -- the hard C would be true Latin pronunciation (as in uncus)
Complete thread -- I sent it in and am not sure I remember correctly.
Complete thread -- I think it was constipation?
Complete thread -- Yep, makes sense; there are actually 2 sphincters then.
Complete thread -- dog-earing (not earring)
Complete thread -- agree with inter - there are internal and external sphincters
Complete thread -- true
Complete thread -- agree with dysphagia
Complete thread -- curious what you got for the one after lactose intolerance negative?
Complete thread -- good for her (doesn't quite make up for dictating around a noisy baby, though, lol)
Complete thread -- double-check dysphasia vs. dysphagia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- Would definitely say "edge." Not sure how your post got buried or wasn't
Complete thread -- sorry, just cannot catch it over the baby. :( Someone needs to school her on dictation.
Complete thread -- Not an ESL
Complete thread -- I have them all now except the one after reflux
Complete thread -- Actually, I think that one is H. pylori
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, you're right
Complete thread -- You're right, my mistake. Thanks.
Complete thread -- That is not where I'm talking about. I hear liver disease negative. E. coli is negative.
Complete thread -- she says "colon" (:) after family
Complete thread -- first s/l E. coli negative to me.
Complete thread -- She's a new doctor for me and I have no earlier reports from her.
Complete thread -- I hear feeding intolerance negative right after abdominal surgery negative,
Complete thread -- gmta
Complete thread -- first one, I think: H. pylori negative
Complete thread -- sounds like something she may say all the time. can you find any earlier reports by her?
Complete thread -- She's dictating on a 2-month-old twin, and it sounds like a choir in the background
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I didn't disappear, just got interrupted by the phone. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks. For that one, she specifically says "plus sign slash minus sign"
Complete thread -- negative is negative. Minus is minus and is typically only used when with a numerical val
Complete thread -- Written out as negative. I'd even write out plus/minus (not +/-). BOS says to reserve use
Complete thread -- I'm sure the OP didn't disappear, she always comes back & says thank
Complete thread -- spelled out just the way you have it. (I'd also spell out plus/minus)
Complete thread -- did you disappear? Are these answers not sufficient for you???
Complete thread -- New account, no instructions at all. She dictates as follows:
Complete thread -- From Vera Pyle.
Complete thread -- yes, I stand corrected again, should be inter. not my night.
Complete thread -- nah, I think you (or whoever) is right, should be intersphincteric
Complete thread -- tracks to the rectum...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- tract is a noun, never a verb. tracked
Complete thread -- Although I see what you mean. Does s/l he's saying inter, then intra.
Complete thread -- used in this context, wouldn't tracked be more correct?
Complete thread -- They're only shown as intersphincteric (and extra) "anal" fistulas in my
Complete thread -- lol, I know. I used to be the same way. Then started noticing in references that sty was
Complete thread -- I caught the inter
Complete thread -- i realize he's talking about fistulas, but not 2 sphincters?
Complete thread -- I stand corrected. sty actually appears to be the preferred spelling.
Complete thread -- inter is correct,
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Sometimes I wonder about myself..
Complete thread -- elbow pain
Complete thread -- Gosh, that is so clear now.
Complete thread -- i'm hearing intrasphincteric and extrasphincteric
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- sty or stye, either way acceptable
Complete thread -- It sounds kind of like "epilation" but don't see how that could be right. Loss of hair or
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- how do i punctuate?
Complete thread -- stye. and just what I was suspecting.
Complete thread -- is it a hard "k" as opposed to "s" sound? is dictator ESL?
Complete thread -- She has been treated for several sessions of TobraDex - should be WITH several sessions.
Complete thread -- I realize that. Thank you but he is not saying uncinate so I thought there must be someth
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- He's saying 20/150 in the right, not 20/50
Complete thread -- by the way, entering 'unconate productive change' in Google
Complete thread -- uncinate?
Complete thread -- any other info on patient's chief complaint, etc., regarding eyes?
Complete thread -- s/l unconcate productive change
Complete thread -- erythema and _______ of the right upper
Complete thread -- I've heard that, not of rotator cuff personally but usually of skin. I'd hyphenate as dog-
Complete thread -- Full name is SOS Omni, but I find SOS Omni 1 and SOS Omni 2. He's just shortening w/o say
Complete thread -- The internal islet suture was removed as there was no dog *earing/earr ...
Complete thread -- QA left it blank, but I found this (in addition to a few other hits)...
Complete thread -- Gosh..nevermind...i got it "A local anesthetic" :)
Complete thread -- pls help...s/l...full content below..thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Ah, perhaps. I left a note for QA to listen to it too, so will post back if
Complete thread -- SOS 1? sparse documentation.
Complete thread -- splenic aortography, *** catheter (WAV starts with 2nd sentence)
Complete thread -- Well, I wondered who it was myself since I'd never seen the name posted. Maybe she'll come
Complete thread -- yeah, and she came back 5 years later to say how great darlene is...
Complete thread -- sorry, you're just going off the wall on this nonsense
Complete thread -- I see some wav files were uploaded by someone named "marj" in 2008 though.
Complete thread -- crazy nut? Why the name-calling? (we all know you're not bb, and marj is
Complete thread -- She's used "Mgt" before but not "marj"
Complete thread -- that's right. I am also billybob, and billybob is also darlene.
Complete thread -- How do you know? Are you one of the "two different people?"
Complete thread -- now cut that out
Complete thread -- who are you referring to?? You act like there's only one. I've told you before - We are...
Complete thread -- Let's get on with helping?? What on earth was the point of your post? (marj=darlene?)
Complete thread -- I'm so glad my VR doesn't do that with any "mid" words, so I just maintain consistency.
Complete thread -- well said billybob
Complete thread -- Darlene is a highly experienced helper who tends to give answers widely off-topic.
Complete thread -- No I don't know how. I have moved on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- THX for responding, I'm sure UR a good person at heart.Let's get on with helping other MTs
Complete thread -- Thank you both. :)
Complete thread -- Absolutely not. As long as she mucks up on a daily basis, someone has to protect
Complete thread -- sound file?
Complete thread -- midabdomen
Complete thread -- avascular: characterized by or associated with a lack of blood vessels.
Complete thread -- gimme a
Complete thread -- No, but thank you.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thicker than usual?
Complete thread -- I would think pooled because if there was pooled fluid they
Complete thread -- Darlene is a genuine highly experienced well respected helper on this board. SM.
Complete thread -- Gastric sleeve op. "The (s/l) *avascular* stomach was brought to /sm
Complete thread -- pooled or pulled
Complete thread -- gynecology word help - sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- louder in supine.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- weeks' to months' duration
Complete thread -- Does "bigeminy, trigeminy" make sense here? I'm not sure how it can be both. - tia
Complete thread -- The patient was put on clobazam, which is a clue of a diagnosis or something related. + No
Complete thread -- Krill oil - nm
Complete thread -- months' duration??
Complete thread -- Wish I had more time s/m
Complete thread -- ohh good grief. Aww come on show it from the archives, you won't, I challenged this years
Complete thread -- peripheral blood sm
Complete thread -- best heard at the left upper sternal border that is ____ supine.
Complete thread -- Anyone with fingers can check the archives and see your chaos. I think you need to
Complete thread -- Show it on the board (archives) It is you out of control, leave me alone.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I thought so too. Just wanted to confirm.
Complete thread -- agree....ignore Darlene. A day late and a
Complete thread -- You are the one posting out of control. Don't blame me.
Complete thread -- a bruit...abdominal bruit (just stuttered there..its abdominal bruit.
Complete thread -- Good grief!
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please
Complete thread -- ohhh go take your psychotropic meds, bug off; year after year, you are a danger to public
Complete thread -- ignore post, thought "blank" was pointing transit as word needed
Complete thread -- too bad that is NOT her question. for the millionth time.
Complete thread -- this explains it better I think, the travel time through digestive tract
Complete thread -- did noy hear wav but transit time makes sense, means the time from mouth to sm
Complete thread -- weeks'
Complete thread -- 10-12 weeks size
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that.
Complete thread -- cannister
Complete thread -- wav file, D&C for molar pregnancy
Complete thread -- accentuated yep
Complete thread -- accentuated?
Complete thread -- I don't know if accentuated would work or not? emphasized, made more noticeable, prominent
Complete thread -- CAN you listen in to the wav?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- not sure, but it is sustained-release type (not relief) and fentanyl not capped.
Complete thread -- I cant find an english word "exentuated" transit time
Complete thread -- New England accent, sounds like to me.
Complete thread -- actually sounds more like "cadava" than "cadaver" - but might be his accent
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- (patient's own bone (autograft), using cadaver bone (allograft)
Complete thread -- Risks, benefits, adn alternatives were explained. Would also recommend....
Complete thread -- or they used cadaver bone for grafting...
Complete thread -- is it an autopsy?
Complete thread -- patient in followup of large PE
Complete thread -- what kind of surgery was it?
Complete thread -- I did.
Complete thread -- wait... LOL. I don't think that is exactly right. Sounds like following a cadaver?
Complete thread -- from a cadaver
Complete thread -- Examination of the foot reveals that the area of the bone incisions __ ...
Complete thread -- Examination of the foot reveals that the area of the bone incisions __ ...
Complete thread -- I would too :)
Complete thread -- Wow, thank you all so much.
Complete thread -- If you comma after include, comma after limited to,
Complete thread -- 1st. nerve injury, muscle injury, tendons or bone injury, heart attack...etc
Complete thread -- WAV, another one! Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I thought distraction too, especially with tube being correct, but I went with dissectio
Complete thread -- I thought maybe he meant distraction tube.
Complete thread -- Wow. At least it makes sense with what everyone is hearing.
Complete thread -- tube
Complete thread -- Thanks. I bet it is tools.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- I thought tubes or tooth.
Complete thread -- I think he wants to say segmentectomy (I hear segmentomy)
Complete thread -- he underwent a left upper lobe __________ with positive margins.
Complete thread -- ditto poi - s/l tubes to me but cannot document (maybe misspoke - tools?)
Complete thread -- tubes seems clear, though I haven't heard it before and can't verify (with
Complete thread -- Another WAV file, thanks. Help has been much appreciated today!
Complete thread -- Yeah, probably saying as if a word. Only difference, one is "abbreviated" and the other
Complete thread -- yep, I didn't know about WASI - that fits better than WAIS.
Complete thread -- Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI)
Complete thread -- Wassy might be WAIS (maybe WAIS-III). There is a Stroop test.
Complete thread -- s/o Stroop and Wassy (psychologic testing)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I thought that too, but definitely sounds like CHATS the second time too.
Complete thread -- Just a guess, but could it be shots of some kind?
Complete thread -- Eye doc dictation
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- DME equipment is redundant, however -- either spell it all out or lose the "equipment"
Complete thread -- How is a CRP and/or sedimentation rate related to a peripheral blood smear?
Complete thread -- I have gathered up so many blanks on this, it definitely is going to QA! Thanks
Complete thread -- They're probably all taken from peripheral blood samples. Did you see poi's suggestion up
Complete thread -- DME
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ESL - chronic pain management doctor
Complete thread -- the second one sounds like "less" but doesn't really make sense.
Complete thread -- Good question, not sure which he intends to be normal. So comma after blood perhaps?
Complete thread -- wav file. I will be glad when I get samples made for all these guys!
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- There are 4 different items, a peripheral blood (smear), white count, CRP, and a sedimenta
Complete thread -- I would use : or - . Peripheral blood - normal...
Complete thread -- peripheral blood normal OR is it peripheral blood, normal white count?
Complete thread -- Peripheral blood normal white count, CRP and sed rate. Do I need comma in 1st part o
Complete thread -- lots of good answers. I too would go with elongated. Wonder what the OP chose?
Complete thread -- perforated?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I put that in () as I had one more flag with my that as my guess.
Complete thread -- lobulated?
Complete thread -- elongated?
Complete thread -- could it possibly be "volvulated" (i.e. w/volvulus) ?
Complete thread -- ? severely infected and obviously inflamed
Complete thread -- The appendix was found to be severely *evaluated* obviously inflamed consistent
Complete thread -- Yes, ty. A friend listenened to file and helped me. Appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- You're questioning if cerebral or cerebellar, right? I initially heard cerebellar and they
Complete thread -- Thanks. Appreciate that.
Complete thread -- discogenic?
Complete thread -- Low back pain and disc s/l dun-ex-syndrome, seen by Dr. X in past.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing cerebellar, not cerebral.
Complete thread -- Sorry, did not realize I had not blanked my guess.
Complete thread -- I looked and could not think of anything.
Complete thread -- Got it, purple dye
Complete thread -- Could be. Sounds like it now that I listen for it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Can you hear capabilities?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Patient with eczema. They have tried s/l purple thigh in a cream???
Complete thread -- maybe he forgot to say fifth?
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- Sutures between *forth and* digit still in place
Complete thread -- hypertrophy of the medial *cara cole* on the right.
Complete thread -- PEEP of 8 cm
Complete thread -- thanks. I did try that with p and b but not t.
Complete thread -- First put in Charles P that is. Then B and T.
Complete thread -- I used "Doctor Lookup" at the top of the page. First I put in Charles for the first name
Complete thread -- Go ahead, it's all yours.
Complete thread -- You're entirely welcome.
Complete thread -- Yes, I do hear range. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I also thought I might have heard faster and attenuated, but I'm going to
Complete thread -- Faster (?) activity in the beta frequency range? Other blank may be
Complete thread -- No worries, I've made that mistake myself.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Very sorry
Complete thread -- Please don't put your wav up until the person before you has been answered. I'm putting
Complete thread -- Yes, that does make sense, though a PEEP of 8 is a little high.
Complete thread -- His peak _______ at the beginning... was 32 suggesting _______. We had not increase
Complete thread -- the ICU on about *8 PEEP* at this point in time
Complete thread -- Wow, you're good! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- 3 blanks. tia
Complete thread -- Taliercio?
Complete thread -- s/l Dr. Charles Pelarsio in Indiana. I don't know what his specialty is, but this is
Complete thread -- sorry, that's Dr. Lynn Burford, not Buford
Complete thread -- There's a Dr. Lynn Buford who's an optomestrist in Indianapolis. See link.
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Just means chronic and not something acute.
Complete thread -- s/l dr buford opthalmologist in indiana
Complete thread -- Does this make sense "old"? That is what it sounds like
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- was then performed.
Complete thread -- Secondary repair of the Achilles tendon back to the calcaneus
Complete thread -- back to the
Complete thread -- In light of that, there were two G2 anchors placed into the calcaneus ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Haglund's deformity of the left calcaneus
Complete thread -- Procedure: Craterization, saucerization, and ____ performed in left c ...
Complete thread -- peri
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I agree that is what he is saying, I was not familiar with that usage.
Complete thread -- adenocarcinoma involving the peri-adnexal or para-adnexal soft tissues? ty
Complete thread -- clearly hear "bossing". ...
Complete thread -- bottom of the great?
Complete thread -- Left great toe craterization and saucerization of left *bossing*. ...
Complete thread -- what is the procedure?
Complete thread -- is it bossing? ...
Complete thread -- There was a well-padded snug-fitting tourniquet placed on the left ank ...
Complete thread -- (repeating something incorrectly reinforces it, fyi)
Complete thread -- vacillate (no "s")
Complete thread -- paroditectomy? Hoping that was just a typo.
Complete thread -- I also see PCC: Prothrombin Complex Concentrates
Complete thread -- Awesome, poi! Thank you. So glad you're still working
Complete thread -- to aid in
Complete thread -- Paroditectomy
Complete thread -- nasal radix (root)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS:
Complete thread -- Never heard of this; does it sound anything like vitamin K (used for coagulopathy)?
Complete thread -- order...to mix this up and will make it medication (google Alteplase tPA)
Complete thread -- give more infor please. sentence before? History of present illness?
Complete thread -- mix the s/l soap-uh-nel make it medication. TIA!
Complete thread -- might be... google intracranial bleed vitamin c....
Complete thread -- Intracranial bleed protocol...give s/l peak vitamin C and... TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble finding this doctor in New Jersey.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think he means a stent coil failure though, not stent coil or failure. (last
Complete thread -- punctuation
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Based on the context, would you cap "Pipe"? I think it's referring to Pipeline.
Complete thread -- sure (google thecal sac contents)
Complete thread -- does it make sense "thecal contents?"
Complete thread -- thank you all for suggestions.
Complete thread -- thanks for link, printed it out.
Complete thread -- well, shoot, why didn't I think of that & use google all the time too. Thanks
Complete thread -- yes, meant just bold the first word. Yes, use expander. Thanks
Complete thread -- Ps- do you use an expander?
Complete thread -- I really did mean bolded..
Complete thread -- Do you only want 1 word capped or are you saying cap the first word of each
Complete thread -- try this: Google how to bold headings in MS Word (or something similar)
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- and I think it is spelled Brian
Complete thread -- make macro
Complete thread -- RN
Complete thread -- dont think there is a way to do it in one swoop... highlight, ctrl B, is all I know.
Complete thread -- Bryan Montgomery ____ 2207 West Memorial Drive Muncie, IN 4730 ...
Complete thread -- Bryan Montgomery ____ 2207 West Memorial Drive Muncie, IN 4730 ...
Complete thread -- Bryan Montgomery ____ 2207 West Memorial Drive Muncie, IN 4730 ...
Complete thread -- working in MS Word; does anybody know how to sm
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Oh my. It sounds exactly like that! Thanks.
Complete thread -- dronabinol
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I can't get enough of this word to figure what it starts with.
Complete thread -- His cough is improved?
Complete thread -- Can you please listen in to the WAV. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you. I never do (and didn't) put quotation marks in a report unless
Complete thread -- continues to vascillate between
Complete thread -- yes. Thank you!
Complete thread -- removal of her expanders. She continues to ____it between wanting a breast recons
Complete thread -- and it is !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- good. Thanks . I added that in now.
Complete thread -- I thought so. I also thought he is just lisping the 6cc into one big word. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 60 sounds like a LOT of lidocaine.
Complete thread -- Ilya Domnich?
Complete thread -- Here's a link to main search page to confirm Domnich.
Complete thread -- thank you. I will listen in
Complete thread -- I was searching............ Thanks so much
Complete thread -- oh owow youre good. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Ilya Domnich, see link, but not sure it will work correctly
Complete thread -- Paracentesis for ascites. Which would be more likely - 60 or 6. He says 6? Cc and it
Complete thread -- looking for a doctor named Dr. I. Dominach on Ralph Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. He
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That would work.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. He's not saying that, but maybe he's saying "filtering"?
Complete thread -- and comma before COPD.
Complete thread -- filtration surgery (aka trabeculectomy)?
Complete thread -- on 2nd listen, you're right
Complete thread -- Could be, but I heard K-Lor
Complete thread -- P.S. Is that a typo on "construction" (reconstruction)?
Complete thread -- I bet it's Aromasin for the breast cancer, just pronouncing it wrong.
Complete thread -- 1st. is K-Dur
Complete thread -- 2nd is Tussionex cough?
Complete thread -- exudate?
Complete thread -- prednisone, Singulair, aspirin, metoprolol, K-___, Plaquenil, ____, Exforge, Proli
Complete thread -- Medications: s/l "amerosen"
Complete thread -- s/l azurdate
Complete thread -- s/l filtscreen surgery for open-angle glaucoma
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- never mind, it's triple mirror
Complete thread -- s/l triple miller exam
Complete thread -- I agree with your reasoning, but not with where the quotation marks are.
Complete thread -- thanks. She did say the whole bit.
Complete thread -- if I understand correctly...
Complete thread -- she actually spells it that way. Z-Y-R-E-P and then dictates the disclaimer
Complete thread -- FNP dictates: "Allergies: Zyrep, I am not sure if that is correct,
Complete thread -- Never mind. I give up.
Complete thread -- I feel like he might be saying sudden ___ really fast.
Complete thread -- s/l SYNesims.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap unless it appeared before his name, Clinical Professor of Medicine John Doe
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap unless it appeared before the name, Chief of Neurosurgery John Doe.
Complete thread -- phenytoin (Dilantin) is used for seizures
Complete thread -- Meckel's cave
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Meckel's cave?
Complete thread -- s/l mechal's cage
Complete thread -- PMH
Complete thread -- med list s/l tin-oy-ntin 200 mg in the morning and 200 mg in the evening p.o.
Complete thread -- The docs seem to like EMRs as much as we do: "Dear John: This is to explain the
Complete thread -- bet it's someone's
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would, as it is a title
Complete thread -- I hear: uniquely talented
Complete thread -- I would, as it is a title
Complete thread -- cap clinical professor of medicine?
Complete thread -- X is, in addition to being a unique _____ physician, a wonderful human being.
Complete thread -- cap chief of neurosurgery?
Complete thread -- bet it is IP address starting with F in it. Juvenile stuff
Complete thread -- highly may have been .....hardly stayed a few days outside
Complete thread -- yes, whereas exploration for a benign or malignant stricture may sm
Complete thread -- if had some legal issues (law suits) could cause emotional/skin problems
Complete thread -- knock it off
Complete thread -- thank you vm
Complete thread -- Necon is birth control?
Complete thread -- drug s/l Nikaan/Nicon daily.
Complete thread -- raw sewage?
Complete thread -- She has also had a history of very vague vasculitis and urticaria of t ...
Complete thread -- fdifjdm kj ngtjhngjfgbsaequcgjj,fficfjjffifuufufhgfyfry r88rur8hr7hrfgudj
Complete thread -- He had cholecystectomy complicated by stricture. He had s/l exploration of stricture.
Complete thread -- punctate inner choroidopathy (PIC)?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- nevermind - think he is saying 'transhumeral"
Complete thread -- super-fast doc, s/l "transient" debridement, sm plse
Complete thread -- affected
Complete thread -- would you say this is affected or effected in this case? Sm please and TIA
Complete thread -- Flomax 0.4 mg
Complete thread -- I hear after lytes (sodium and creatinine) in the a.m.
Complete thread -- The way I learned is urIne is nitrIte (with an I) and cArdiac is nitrAte (with an A)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Heart: RRR without SEM (systolic ejection murmur)?
Complete thread -- spot urine lytes (electrolytes)
Complete thread -- Abd: ...nontender. No (capital) HSM (hepatosplenomegaly)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Will try CR
Complete thread -- CPK, uric acid, spot urine _____, ______ creatinine) in the AM. 5 mg daily, _____ 0.
Complete thread -- ok thanks he does say nitrates
Complete thread -- PERR, pupils equally round, reactive
Complete thread -- Yes, it is
Complete thread -- You'd think creatinine, so CR?
Complete thread -- BUN slash *C L*
Complete thread -- isn't it nitrite in urine
Complete thread -- PERR. ??Conjunctivae are red?? Usually hear
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- I dunno but I hate it when they dictate in abbreviations like that.
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- slowed
Complete thread -- it posted before I could put it in the message
Complete thread -- doc is muffled, sounds like "snowed"
Complete thread -- using a needle? (I know it doesn't have a vee sound, but maybe?)
Complete thread -- He has 3 syllables :( but
Complete thread -- NM...Stensen's duct
Complete thread -- oral exam...good dentition. s/l sense-in-stuct is present and functional. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Mammotome elite® is the only single-insertion, tetherless device with TruVac™ vacuum
Complete thread -- Ultrasound-guided mammotome using s/l Ee-veeda (sm)
Complete thread -- try googling urotonic catheter
Complete thread -- Thank you very much oscar.
Complete thread -- patient received s/l tonic catheter ... TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- agree, or "no S3 or S4'' an S3 is by definition a gallop
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yep... beat me to it
Complete thread -- fulminant
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with *foam and it* septic shock
Complete thread -- how about "diverting" colostomy?
Complete thread -- Is "vernon" colostomy correct? Did not see a lot of documentation.
Complete thread -- ...or you do not "hear" the "S"
Complete thread -- : ) (I hear ya)
Complete thread -- :o (are you serious??)
Complete thread -- and you're welcome too.
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- ? Calan
Complete thread -- prednisone 10 mg once a day, *kay len*. The patient
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- and the rest?
Complete thread -- curcumin vegetable caps
Complete thread -- without researching it, I'm gonna guess "veg a bull" is vegetable.
Complete thread -- med list s/l sir cue man 60 veg a bull caps 1 tablet p.o. daily
Complete thread -- Thanks Oasis. I had to leave it blank at the end because I really couldn't understand
Complete thread -- [slash] musculoskeletal exam:
Complete thread -- Neurological: *S us us scuttle exam:* On inspection, he has straightening of the
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too and he does not say the "S" in front of the "3"
Complete thread -- if you google: * pleurodesis, the answer comes right up
Complete thread -- No 3 gallop is incorrect (usually we hear no S3 gallop)
Complete thread -- sort of distress
Complete thread -- oriented, fatigued and in _______. Skin: Dry, pale
Complete thread -- never mind, she's saying patient
Complete thread -- Does lactation specifically refer to breastfeeding? This was dictated for a formula-
Complete thread -- Yes, it makes sense. Could be NAD or NED, as many expansions for basically no disease now.
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- Make sense? See msg please.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Take a look at some synonyms of recoil and you decide.
Complete thread -- i went with it. Thanks so muchh
Complete thread -- tx. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- mm and 26 mm *virtue* Osteomed screws.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. :)
Complete thread -- talc
Complete thread -- talc pleurodesis.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- decortication, partial pleurectomy with s/l palp pleurodesis. TIA!
Complete thread -- I believe that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Aromas?
Complete thread -- city or neighborhood s/l air-uh-mus around Santa Cruz area. TIA!
Complete thread -- yes...you got it..thank you so much..
Complete thread -- Maybe Cicherelli (bone) rongeur.
Complete thread -- Pls help...looking for a name of a rongeur or retractor
Complete thread -- Rules for posters
Complete thread -- s/l...pls help
Complete thread -- never mind, went with REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: per QA's recommendation.
Complete thread -- Preop heading suggestions? Been so long since I've heard this...
Complete thread -- s/l recoiled?
Complete thread -- proteinaceous?
Complete thread -- The car went over a bump in the road. She ____ up and down and at the time
Complete thread -- "pernation or pronation" cyst versus an angiomyolipoma.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Makes sense. sm for example
Complete thread -- stool s/l descriptors
Complete thread -- had to re-read that 3 times to figure it out.
Complete thread -- got it! Lentigo. :)
Complete thread -- brow lesion
Complete thread -- I've used that often and have had lots of luck with it. I'm wondering if it's kept updated
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- what is this med prescribed for? there are 100's of *bacillus possibilities
Complete thread -- Lactobacillus
Complete thread -- Med list - s/l ___ basillus.
Complete thread -- NeuroProtek?
Complete thread -- Dayhist ? / 200 mg of Zen contains L-theanine, first found in green tea, and GABA, /
Complete thread -- need med help. Doctor spells all these meds, but I still can't find the following:
Complete thread -- thank you...that is super helpful!!
Complete thread -- Billybob's silly, up at the top of this page is a link
Complete thread -- Glad you found him. I found the link to the state boards but
Complete thread -- thank you for the link! :)
Complete thread -- thanks! I found him there! :)
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- here is a new page I just found:
Complete thread -- I usually just google & have been 99.9% lucky in finding them
Complete thread -- Thanks so much everyone! Which doctor lookup do you use?
Complete thread -- I trust the state medical board's information more than anything else, but
Complete thread -- I saw that too, but the sites didn't look too reliable, more like you used your thumb on
Complete thread -- yep, it's the spam eraser, but the spam almost never gets past the spam filter.
Complete thread -- IF they are in a clinic or multi-doctor office, the office usually will show them, but you
Complete thread -- Wow cool. really because I saw 3 originally.
Complete thread -- I don't think most doctors have websites SM
Complete thread -- they have magically disappeared (probably the great billybob's magic)
Complete thread -- LOL. sorry about the multiple posts. My computer is having one of its fits.
Complete thread -- Many doctors do not have a site on the internet and I go by the healthgrades if I can't
Complete thread -- I don't have any problem. If I am in doubt, then I check the hospital or confirm by
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't have any problem. If I am in doubt, then I check the hospital or confirm by
Complete thread -- I don't have any problem. If I am in doubt, then I check the hospital or confirm by
Complete thread -- Would you trust Healthgrades addresses? I am having trouble finding...
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'm not 100% either. I had a couple more blanks, so I'm going to let a higher
Complete thread -- Merkel (Merkel's) is all I can think of?
Complete thread -- it does sound like paw protein...PA - and found this (not sure its what you want tho)
Complete thread -- oh heck, nevermind. this is not what I was looking at. crap
Complete thread -- see link - PA protein??
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: S/L nichols? stage III pT3 N3 moderately differentiated squamous cell ca
Complete thread -- this should be
Complete thread -- you need to read the guidelines for posting a wav then try again.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- I have both, BOS2 as a Word document and BOS3 as a PDF file.
Complete thread -- I have both of them...
Complete thread -- One page I trust has it as type 1,2,3,4 - see link
Complete thread -- I also see type II diabetes in Stedmans, which is wrong. Diabetes is 1 and 2.
Complete thread -- thanks, but I don't think so. I just posted a
Complete thread -- paraprotein?
Complete thread -- Just curious how many here have the BOS2 or the updates that were made for BOS3?
Complete thread -- s/l pah protein
Complete thread -- Sometimes I think your brain is bouyant, like floating in space, like a
Complete thread -- Thanks. I know for shoulder it is e.g. type II acromion. I only find type 2 neurofibromato
Complete thread -- will check it out. thx
Complete thread -- but I'm not sure it really matters
Complete thread -- I see more google hits for II over 2.
Complete thread -- After research, not sure if type 2 or II discoid meniscus. Thanks
Complete thread -- There is an Adson thumb forceps, so...
Complete thread -- Do you ever go to YouTube? If you ever get the time, look up a video called
Complete thread -- Absolutely. 100%
Complete thread -- pedal pulse appears...pedal pulses appear.
Complete thread -- Did the OP ever come back? OP WHERE ARE YOU?
Complete thread -- Sometimes I wonder what is going through her head. She has said she posts things to help
Complete thread -- this is true, I didn't see that. I do watch the news but was unaware of this- - very
Complete thread -- You might want to read a bit more then.. :)....
Complete thread -- That's probably because 6 giant corporations own and control 90% of what we read, watch,
Complete thread -- such as Adson tissue forceps
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oscar. I'm sure Adson is correct.
Complete thread -- there are many "Adson" forceps, cannot verify Adson "finger" forceps, tho
Complete thread -- Pt has a contact lens in eye that he cannot remove. sm
Complete thread -- I had to google GMO - I never heard of that...or that they were pulled- but with all the
Complete thread -- I hope you're drinking Coke imported from Europe, because Coke has pulled GMOs from the
Complete thread -- well I posted it as well LOL :) titled "nevermind" and it was prior to anyone posting :)
Complete thread -- Well, with THAT info available....
Complete thread -- better than chicken ...
Complete thread -- don't be sorry - sometimes it's the simple words that trip us up. And we like helping!
Complete thread -- could very well be, but I've just never heard it put that way. a lot of times they'll
Complete thread -- it does if you read the secondary note:
Complete thread -- That makes no sense, however.
Complete thread -- I believe he means what he said, desired hypertension.
Complete thread -- accelerated?
Complete thread -- nevermind, going with that
Complete thread -- I'm not saying I was right...just saying that's what it s/l to me.
Complete thread -- LMAO!!
Complete thread -- Progress note s/l desired hypertension
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- A. if you halfway bothered ot pay ANY attention to the posts already, it has already
Complete thread -- ROTFLMBO
Complete thread -- but you were too busy chokin on your coke, huh?
Complete thread -- or white substance frequently used through straw. Straw...could also be used for the
Complete thread -- intestine
Complete thread -- i was just gonna type that, oscar
Complete thread -- hardly?
Complete thread -- A gene test/mutation/whatareyoutalkingaboutDarlene??
Complete thread -- COKE - a type of sweet brown fizzy drink that lb might be choking on
Complete thread -- dehydration, fistula of the *interstent* to abdominal wall
Complete thread -- discharged. She *highly* stayed for a few
Complete thread -- I nearly choked on my Coke
Complete thread -- I think it is tendonitis. Thanks.
Complete thread -- yep, whatever , neck surgery.
Complete thread -- So?
Complete thread -- I heard either tinnitus or tendonitis said fast also.
Complete thread -- more about "leg" ▸one of the two parts of your body to which your feet are attached
Complete thread -- haha...I was hearing history of tinnitus..guess I better flag - thanks though.
Complete thread -- Heaven help us.
Complete thread -- it was already answered below...in case you missed it, D
Complete thread -- I'm sorry...did the OP ask what a supensory ligament was? I musta missed that
Complete thread -- I do have something to post. I just have to applaud you for coming down the road after
Complete thread -- good one!!!!, betcha ok too
Complete thread -- I listened and sure s/l bony to me bon-eee not bon-and
Complete thread -- thanks for the smore. Thought maybe 'ankle' but I guess not. Can't think of anything.
Complete thread -- i don't know why you bothered. We should just wait around an hour or more and let
Complete thread -- yes, seriously. Got something better to post, then welcome to do so. You don't.
Complete thread -- I knew it was too good to be true to go a day...
Complete thread -- I would put from the EMS, police report, (not start new sentence with Police)
Complete thread -- not sure but sorta sounds like leg surgery to me?
Complete thread -- smore info
Complete thread -- mild small airway obstruction, allergic rhinitis, history of __________ neck surgery
Complete thread -- what kind of injury? (I'm asking the OP)
Complete thread -- of course.. what was i thinking! ;( thanks.
Complete thread -- yes...thank you!
Complete thread -- Sigh
Complete thread -- Police report, no fault application and *wake ul* photos
Complete thread -- seriously?
Complete thread -- Hmm, I wondered if BRCA2 would fit?
Complete thread -- buoyant density of the granulocytic white blood cells in a sample of blood,
Complete thread -- I did google and I see a lot of wire-bracketed
Complete thread -- ah thanks.
Complete thread -- google bracketed segmental mastectomy
Complete thread -- age, meaning not sure how long it has been there.
Complete thread -- Right "bracketed" segmental mastectomy
Complete thread -- age
Complete thread -- s/l age indeterminate or H indeterminate?
Complete thread -- no. if they said United States Special Forces, then yes. But not when its by itself.
Complete thread -- He is fit for military and special forces training. Cap special forces or no? Ty
Complete thread -- dispensary= Suspensory ligaments of breast, also known as Cooper's ligaments
Complete thread -- probably suspensory ligaments, not dispensary.
Complete thread -- ohhh best drug site, you have not really become adquainted. drugs.com FDA backed for
Complete thread -- appear present
Complete thread -- does patient have cancer or work up for cancer
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- good job! Thanks for the update.
Complete thread -- Zero Google hits for "bony ligament removal" and over 8000 for "bone and ligament removal"
Complete thread -- think I found it - Uldall line
Complete thread -- cauda:
Complete thread -- usually not raised. I'd say thyroid is not enlarged.
Complete thread -- no, thanks though, going to have to leave a blank
Complete thread -- elbow?
Complete thread -- JVD is not *rater* and not enlarged
Complete thread -- would it be cauda and not caudal b/c sm
Complete thread -- Could be, meaning posterior.
Complete thread -- ESL doc (Asian accent) "he is on dialysis through a left s/l yoo-doe line."
Complete thread -- caudal ?
Complete thread -- Oh gosh. I heard burn and could not get that out of my head.
Complete thread -- bone and ligament?
Complete thread -- bony
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- car and later *back boarded* to the hospital.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I questioned 3 cuz they usually they don't go more than one decimal place.
Complete thread -- thanks - he IS saying point 8 3
Complete thread -- There's an NP, Pamela Viale. Two others with that name but one is an anesthesiologist and
Complete thread -- boyant may be "point" (white count 17.8) but dunno about 3. eh?
Complete thread -- Should have just said CA I suppose. Thanks for the suggestion. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- LABORATORY: On admission, white count 17, *boyant 8 3*, hemoglobin 12. Sodium 138, p
Complete thread -- appears fits.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- pedal *appear* present
Complete thread -- compounded?
Complete thread -- on drug list
Complete thread -- you could try Bialy
Complete thread -- the CA "area" covers most of the Western seaboard
Complete thread -- looking for doc in CA area s/l vee-all-ee TIA!
Complete thread -- if they're not in a barrel, it's likely they are feral
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- predictability?
Complete thread -- what is FEGS? (for the archives)
Complete thread -- predictability
Complete thread -- maybe it's Barrel, involving monkeys? (/b/ can sound like /v/)
Complete thread -- wav file, patient undergoing diskectomy
Complete thread -- (I should have been clearer)
Complete thread -- maybe it's Ferrell, named for the comedian Will
Complete thread -- ahhhhhhhh hahah
Complete thread -- sorry, I meant here: effusions, left greater than right, with
Complete thread -- did google, couldn't find but did later find... posted ? too early but thanks
Complete thread -- talking about left greater than right, with bibasilar... not RML nodule
Complete thread -- found SPA and FEGS
Complete thread -- see how easy it is to google spar housing
Complete thread -- we have to stop meeting like this. People will start to talk. :)
Complete thread -- giggles
Complete thread -- Single Point of Access (SPA) referrals for individuals with mental illness and indepent
Complete thread -- e housing is available through Single Point of Access (SPA) referrals for individuals with
Complete thread -- is it Friday
Complete thread -- no comma....right middle lobe nodule.
Complete thread -- The patient lives alone in*spar*housing. She goes to SEGS for outpatient treatment.
Complete thread -- Findings suggestive of medullary calcinosis...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- first-degree relative?
Complete thread -- constellation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- followup as well and *first figure* relative screen
Complete thread -- aortic valve here with *consolation* of symptoms including
Complete thread -- cannot catch first part, too fast, but I do hear medullary calcinosis, I think
Complete thread -- OBTUSE annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lobe nodule. _______ calcinosis of the right
Complete thread -- platelet-derived growth factor-beta
Complete thread -- one thing first off. drop the "a" before low grade ...checking on rest
Complete thread -- places the *plate with the right growth factor beta* under control of a promoter
Complete thread -- Poly-Vitamin, Polyvitamin Flouride, Poly-Vitamin [drops], Polyvitamins with Fluoride and
Complete thread -- here we go again...
Complete thread -- spunchy is probably sponge stick
Complete thread -- the forceps are Singley
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It might be Denonvilliers fascia. It should be "was begun," not
Complete thread -- sponge stick and the *denonameus* fascia was incised
Complete thread -- , a *hoaker U* blade ... . *spunchy* was then... side and *singly* forceps
Complete thread -- Poly-Vitamin or polyvitamin. Dictated as "polyvitamins." I don't trust Drugs.com
Complete thread -- What body system is being operated on?
Complete thread -- I performed a *Verell* procedure with 2-0 chromic. ...
Complete thread -- pharynx?
Complete thread -- found duck-bill deformity on google, so maybe splint is for that?
Complete thread -- sure did look, not on google, listed in Tessier surg word 3rd, not as a splint tho.sm
Complete thread -- sole pain? (bottom of foot) nerve pain travels
Complete thread -- agree x2
Complete thread -- very true - it's often a combination of linguistics and audio
Complete thread -- procedure (s/l duckbill) - sm
Complete thread -- The patient couldn't get hit by "another" car unless the patient WAS a car.
Complete thread -- classification system, D3 is funnel configuration because of, sm.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- you are amazing, thank you, I was just about to give up.
Complete thread -- first-pass
Complete thread -- retinal detachment, stage 3?
Complete thread -- nuc med s/l first vasc scan ?
Complete thread -- I settled with....my trochlea was abnormally tight laterally. Thanks
Complete thread -- How about: ...trochlea was "normally" tight laterally??
Complete thread -- Do you realize you typed "able to due this"?
Complete thread -- It's true. It doesn't. I also wondered on the "not only" tight part.
Complete thread -- s/l D3 configuration
Complete thread -- can't tell for 100% but..."my trochlea was not only tight laterally" does not really
Complete thread -- I can't listen since the file has been deleted. I do trust billybob is right; however,
Complete thread -- patellofemoral joint and performed my chondroplasty, "and my" trochlea was...
Complete thread -- Can't hear 100%, but I will use that. Thanks, billybob
Complete thread -- into this?
Complete thread -- I introduced the curved shaver ____ which cleared my line of vision...
Complete thread -- I do agree. I'm not "all that" but with near 30 years of hearing "it clearly" - well, ya
Complete thread -- well, I have no idea what it is. Might be the number of the test in the computer, could be
Complete thread -- I'd say you're probably correct, but unless other time references were made, like the time
Complete thread -- ok, ty but what is it referring to?
Complete thread -- sometimes its the ears that hear wrong
Complete thread -- Ahhh..... once they realize that docs don't always say or spell things right and might
Complete thread -- well, if you "definitely" hear ph, then I'm wrong.
Complete thread -- but...it doesn't say "at 12:47" - I'd just type it as you have it.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- good ear! "isclueto"-excluded
Complete thread -- EKG post cardioversion 1247 showed evidence of
Complete thread -- No definitely hear a *ph* sound
Complete thread -- or precluded?
Complete thread -- hypoechoic?
Complete thread -- but "what" is "it"
Complete thread -- Breast ultrasound revealed a s/l hypo-a-phoric nodule? Thank you.
Complete thread -- I think that will work. I'll take another listen. Thanks!
Complete thread -- it has excluded her?
Complete thread -- Believe he is saying pes anserinus.
Complete thread -- Due to her DVT, it is s/l *clue to her* at this point from receiving tamoxifen.
Complete thread -- Slight pain located in anterior infrapatellar region also over the s/l "pans and uris
Complete thread -- Did pt break foot? Knee? Clobbered on the head?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Most doctors put "s" on a lot of things that should not have one. They also spell things
Complete thread -- no, he's mistaken. It is Lyme disease (which is how I would transcribe it).
Complete thread -- Does have history of Lyme's. Is Lyme's correct? He says it w/ "S" on end.
Complete thread -- agree - no comma needed there
Complete thread -- hmm, thanks so much
Complete thread -- and I would take out the comma Friday the 20th
Complete thread -- how about diclofenac? (dose fits)
Complete thread -- meds s/l die guo and fenex
Complete thread -- that is so clear now! Thanks.
Complete thread -- lol - that's why I put oops below.
Complete thread -- a finger was able to...
Complete thread -- thanks Poi. This just threw me off since she is never this bad!
Complete thread -- wav file, direct hernia repair
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks
Complete thread -- He says "and implants... and implants" -- just stutters, does not delete it, imo.
Complete thread -- wav file. He changes his mind. I think he deletes implant but there is still a word
Complete thread -- ^^above three are all the same, btw^^
Complete thread -- a suggestion
Complete thread -- may have fit, but he was saying what sounded like hip esthesia & there is hypesthesia :)
Complete thread -- nvm
Complete thread -- thank you! I have never heard of that before :) Learn something new every day
Complete thread -- esthesia
Complete thread -- hypoesthesia
Complete thread -- hypoaesthesia
Complete thread -- hypesthesia
Complete thread -- s/l hip but talking about clavicle
Complete thread -- punctuation help please.
Complete thread -- agree. sounded like Janie, or Janie's
Complete thread -- That's what I'm hearing as well.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestions. I was thinking Jay Nunes. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Janie, the public health nurse OR Janie's public health nurse
Complete thread -- A call was made to ___________ public health nurse.
Complete thread -- "donor [site] closure" said backwards is my guess. Or...(SM)
Complete thread -- nasal defect repair - the closure s/l donut was done in layers. TIA!
Complete thread -- patient got hit by another car. patient got hit by another car. patient got hit by another
Complete thread -- Impact. That's the word I was thinking.
Complete thread -- I can't hear back.
Complete thread -- Maybe being hit on the left side of the vehicle (driver's) but can't think of what word
Complete thread -- back?
Complete thread -- some days I feel that is all I can afford with this job.
Complete thread -- hip pain, from the *teck* to the left side
Complete thread -- When her boyfriend left, bills were more than she could handle on her current celery.
Complete thread -- Sounds like - sore pain
Complete thread -- Okay, that is what I heard.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Yes, MVA, back pain, knees, some hip pain...
Complete thread -- anatomic
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- Will listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Ahh. Didn't think of that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- trying to be funny or are you really that obtuse?
Complete thread -- wav file. I want to double check as I have never heard it in this context.
Complete thread -- could be accommodating (SM)
Complete thread -- sacral?
Complete thread -- MVA
Complete thread -- sure, but it doesn't indicate WHY the patient is being seen
Complete thread -- accompanying probably
Complete thread -- Patient twisted ankle and sustained a sprain.
Complete thread -- THAT had a 70% lesion (not "and")
Complete thread -- continuous LS pain?
Complete thread -- maybe... but certainly there is more info than what was given.
Complete thread -- yes, red herring (look it up)
Complete thread -- Doesn't the context indicate the back, maybe?
Complete thread -- red herring.. see sentence
Complete thread -- says surgery on the outside, typo on the inside
Complete thread -- to have lumbar surgically ??
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much, Oscar!
Complete thread -- be careful... "D" might swoop down and chastise you for asking for more context.
Complete thread -- Where is the patient's pain? back, head, knee, fingernail?
Complete thread -- , light growth
Complete thread -- s/l lie-gross (sm)
Complete thread -- probably saying "lami" as slang for "laminectomy"
Complete thread -- lumbar surgery with s/l lam-ee decompression and instrumentation TIA!
Complete thread -- or "some mild" hypertension (I doubt Zometa also, unless it is listed elsewhere)
Complete thread -- right - on flexion, extension views there is dynamic instability
Complete thread -- so, what's the patient's complaint - why are they being seen
Complete thread -- instability on flexion, extension *views*, and treatment
Complete thread -- having continuously *soil* pain. The patient rates
Complete thread -- doubt zometa - listen for arthritis and mild hypertension
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- you can google: flux definition (saves a lot of time)
Complete thread -- google: "marionette lines" "needle marks"
Complete thread -- agree, and agree with II not 2.
Complete thread -- yep, pretty clear
Complete thread -- Agree yep, because sm
Complete thread -- fracture, left distal radius, Salter-Harris II, at
Complete thread -- ? sure it's not just normocephalic
Complete thread -- Is this punctuated correctly
Complete thread -- oops - acro is what I meant! Fingers have a mind of their own this morning.
Complete thread -- acro (arco) cephalic.....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Good lesson.
Complete thread -- there's a lesson here -- let us listen before telling us what you "hear"
Complete thread -- Shouldn't say what you're hearing or might be hearing on wav files.
Complete thread -- thanks will try that
Complete thread -- darnit...i saw the word church...heard the word church. grrrr
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- years ago?
Complete thread -- I will email QA with that.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Too late for me.
Complete thread -- clueless, huh?
Complete thread -- fibroid tumors and a cholecystectomy *say go*. She had a colonoscopy
Complete thread -- maybe arcocephalic (if not, type "*ocephalic" in OneLook box above, see if any of those)
Complete thread -- no no, wait! don't flag! It is a summer internship in China!
Complete thread -- The head is s/l darkocephalic
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will flag the area. She could have been going with a church group.
Complete thread -- There are settings on a coblation of up to 10 I think...maybe done on 6 for 10 seconds?
Complete thread -- blation was done with *six* for 10 seconds in orde
Complete thread -- I hear church and agree, not sure if its just the name of a town that s/l that.
Complete thread -- Cherchen or church?
Complete thread -- ty - just weird to put it there
Complete thread -- wav file. I am not sure if church is in there or the name of a town.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- sacroiliac?
Complete thread -- is the patient on Zometa
Complete thread -- Picture how the Buddha statue sits. Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Chemotherapy, arthritis, *zomata*, hypertension.
Complete thread -- self-directed exercises of the *Buddha and reverse Buddha* positions.
Complete thread -- s/l acrovite joints....
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- whoops, that'd be lbdb!
Complete thread -- yep, like ldbd says... lol
Complete thread -- (the 4th and 5th are the "ulnar" fingers - i.e., innervated by ulnar nerve)
Complete thread -- yep ODB, and ulnar nerve innervates the fourth and fifth fingers
Complete thread -- ulnar (there's the radial side of the arm, and the ulnar side)
Complete thread -- feeling in the *ulna*, two fingers of her right
Complete thread -- The little mark above the e in Juvederm, just wondering (SM)
Complete thread -- I'll take a stab and guess diazepam. I need one if this is any indication of how today is
Complete thread -- even the age and gender of patient might help us help you.
Complete thread -- I'd probably just place a comma after "care" and another comma after "insurance." It
Complete thread -- Does the patient have any other diagnoses? past history?
Complete thread -- s/l die-at-uh-fem TIA!
Complete thread -- It may be needle marks. I haven't done a lot of plastic surgery, but
Complete thread -- plastic surgery note (Doc is ESL)
Complete thread -- How would you fix this sentence?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Would you know if that should be 3 or III? I'm seeing both on reputable sites.
Complete thread -- s/l grade 3
Complete thread -- X is a 57-year-old male status post a grade __ subarachnoid hemorrhage with hemohydro
Complete thread -- new word for me!
Complete thread -- got it: peri-cholecystic fluid (PCCF).
Complete thread -- GBWT - gallbladder wall thickening, so, maybe PCCS? but not sure of the meaning of that
Complete thread -- flux: a condition of continuous change.
Complete thread -- GBWT or TCCS (need to expand) (lap chole)
Complete thread -- Her therap is in s/l flux at this time with a recent increase of medication.tx
Complete thread -- s/l ay-lee-lull follicular lymphoma TIA.
Complete thread -- right, coming to say I got it, thanks for your response. :)
Complete thread -- obstipation?
Complete thread -- She has s/l zastipation. (clearly not constipation).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- significant
Complete thread -- X went on to regain _____ lower extremity strength and was treated in an exemplary fa
Complete thread -- thanks everybody nm
Complete thread -- you need a period or semicolon after August
Complete thread -- agree with in-graft
Complete thread -- I'd probably do in-graft stenosis (like in-stent stenosis_
Complete thread -- sorry sm
Complete thread -- I suppose it would depend on the sentence
Complete thread -- How do you type "in graft stenosis" ? nm
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's exactly what I was questioning. ;)
Complete thread -- "it" would not start a complete sentence, so comma is correct.
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- Wow, thanks for putting so much time into this!
Complete thread -- Me 2.
Complete thread -- I love this... and I totally agree. Now I want cake.
Complete thread -- IRB is no doubt in my mind correct. SM and linky
Complete thread -- no comma around as well as
Complete thread -- The phrase as well as creates one of those situations where you may have to make a judgmen
Complete thread -- Radiographs, AP and lateral, of the left wrist .. .. ..
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please. Should comma go after scaphoid or begin new sentence?
Complete thread -- I actually think Mom and Dad is fine if you can substitute their names, but I haven't had
Complete thread -- Never have done that either. No one even cares.
Complete thread -- I still cannot hear an I either, no matter how hard I try. but it is on the OP to do what
Complete thread -- Yeah, yeah, we know, but that's "old stuff." Not many still go by it.
Complete thread -- I do. I was actually going to post a s/l ire B
Complete thread -- I hear, we have an RB for it (I don't hear the I)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't mean that to be snarky in any way. I just thought maybe you hadn't read
Complete thread -- BOS p.169 (or account preference)
Complete thread -- You're right, and I made that correction.
Complete thread -- Sure it's not "it; however, WE need to get"
Complete thread -- Well excuse me for tryin. I thought that maybe you had a name also. sheesh.
Complete thread -- "It" is this new regenerative material for sickle cell ulcers, as it says in my post.
Complete thread -- I do hear that
Complete thread -- IRB - Institutional Review Board, but wait for another opinion.
Complete thread -- R and D.. (research and development)??? What is "IT" anyway?
Complete thread -- We have an ____ for it, however, and need to get an FDA exemption
Complete thread -- Never mind, found what I needed in archives
Complete thread -- Help finding audio file on DocQscribe
Complete thread -- Mom and Dad
Complete thread -- Those are taken to be the 'name' per se Mom and Dad think... unlike her mom said she
Complete thread -- I think "technically" you're supposed to in those cases, but most don't bother with
Complete thread -- I sent it in & did not capitalize mom & dad throughout report. ty! :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "Mom and Dad think she may have fallen off the first step of their stairs."
Complete thread -- you were smart to put it in your expander! Good use of resources!
Complete thread -- the first
Complete thread -- neural foraminal
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- which is correct, neural foraminal compromise or neuroforaminal compromise?
Complete thread -- Well, I hope the OP sees it. Good job,
Complete thread -- I am feeling a bit stupid. Here I didn't think I had heard of it and it is in my expander
Complete thread -- Da Nine Hester-Harris - I sure wasted time looking for Jeannine!
Complete thread -- this is in indiana. can you amke out name?
Complete thread -- Someone did post that with some other new drugs in March, but it's not showing in "old
Complete thread -- This is not in the archives. I have never heard of it before.
Complete thread -- EXPAREL
Complete thread -- Did he spell that?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I couldn't find a Long either. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- he said median then corrected to mid lobe (IMO)
Complete thread -- no presence of a median lobe
Complete thread -- That was what I thought. There was no presence of a mid lobe. Okay
Complete thread -- Capitilization
Complete thread -- present (presence?) of mid lobe.
Complete thread -- Wav file. I think I have what he says. Left it out to make it easier for you. Thanks
Complete thread -- only found Lang and Laucks
Complete thread -- I hear micro in there, but there is something after it.
Complete thread -- Per BOS (probably TMI...but here ya go)
Complete thread -- no caps not even Emergency medical technician... oncologist is also not cappedl Oncology
Complete thread -- The patient underwent colostomy reversal, lysis of adhesions and
Complete thread -- Tromners
Complete thread -- Capitalization
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I think I hear Trendelenburg, but not sure
Complete thread -- I suspect palmomental but can't listen. All three are long tract signs
Complete thread -- Thoughts, anyone? :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- some type of fracture. I have loaded an MP3. Thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe "he eats as he chooses"? just a thought
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- his binders and he _____ as he chooses
Complete thread -- MP3 - any ideas?
Complete thread -- see below post
Complete thread -- Hoffmann, _____ and Babinski are all negative bilaterally. There are no long
Complete thread -- I also hear involve
Complete thread -- for clarity I think I'd start a new sentence: He lacks....
Complete thread -- involve next of kin
Complete thread -- wait a sec.... lacks the capacity to involve next of kin (brother in this case)
Complete thread -- left eye was 20/100 -2?
Complete thread -- treatment and disposition, _______ next of kin
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks.... didn't think so either...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not to me
Complete thread -- per google, 3 R's of memory: registration, retention and recall
Complete thread -- inappropriately when asked about *registration* and recall. Significant cognitive de
Complete thread -- does this make sense
Complete thread -- how do you write this?
Complete thread -- PCP is Dr. Stanley s/l Long (clearly said) in PA. Couldn't verify Long, but found
Complete thread -- you are amazing - wow! Thanks
Complete thread -- somewhat of a high-riding humerus bilaterally.
Complete thread -- Rats! I knew there was another PARQ but then found PAR-Q (phys. activity readiness)
Complete thread -- terrific!
Complete thread -- yes!! thank you :)
Complete thread -- Platysma was correct for whomever helped me below. I had sent the report to QA for
Complete thread -- repolarization abnormality
Complete thread -- It did work. Sorry.
Complete thread -- borderline LVH with some ______ abnormality also noted.
Complete thread -- MP3
Complete thread -- our PARQ always was for PARQ Procedures, Alternatives, Risks and Questions
Complete thread -- mayyyybe PAR-Q? (would fit if physical therapy is an option)
Complete thread -- after a complete ______ (s/l park) discussion (sm)
Complete thread -- ? scintillating [?or] TIA
Complete thread -- on neuro exam - there is no s/l satelliting TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ahhhh, thank you!
Complete thread -- ...regimen to try of supplemental fiber first, followed by.....
Complete thread -- oingo boingo - of course it's not a noun.
Complete thread -- I have given him a regimen to try of a fiber supplement, ___ followed by Imodium
Complete thread -- who said it was a noun? It is an adjective, being modified by right-hand.
Complete thread -- tnx, making sense now
Complete thread -- seroma resolve and not recur as there is likely talc (still) in the area?
Complete thread -- Dominant is NOT a noun in OP's post.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/m
Complete thread -- google: seroma treatment talc
Complete thread -- broken link
Complete thread -- and 2nd sentence really makes no sense.
Complete thread -- nice!
Complete thread -- I'm a bit confused. first sentence, it reads as a solution and 2nd sentence, it s/l
Complete thread -- s/l talc... telic
Complete thread -- confabulating
Complete thread -- homonymous hemianopia
Complete thread -- MP3 - sm
Complete thread -- guess we'll never know
Complete thread -- ambivalent and _______ at bedside
Complete thread -- that's okay - just want to make sure you understand the outcome
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- if you can change to discussing and no punctuation change would be needed
Complete thread -- Correct comma placement? See sentence...
Complete thread -- Sorry, I just put two examples.
Complete thread -- what are the examples, though?
Complete thread -- Yep, hyphens needed all around.
Complete thread -- one reason you're getting conflicting answers...
Complete thread -- right-hand dominance/dominant. right hand or left hand would be compound adjectives
Complete thread -- no it doesn't
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- Incorrect! In the OP, right hand modifies dominant.
Complete thread -- Patient care is not affected here, and since Stedman's has it both ways, take your pick.
Complete thread -- PRESENT ILLNESS: Suicidal thoughts.
Complete thread -- rule out suicidality, _____ suicidal thoughts.
Complete thread -- you misunderstand
Complete thread -- incorrect
Complete thread -- did that work for you, o a o m p p ?
Complete thread -- LBDB!
Complete thread -- Ah! Now that makes sense!
Complete thread -- I thought it was pods too.
Complete thread -- Potts vessel loop
Complete thread -- I hear vessel also, s/l "pods vessel" or something. Can't get it.
Complete thread -- right-hand dominant (right-hand modifies dominant, needs no other object)
Complete thread -- I think vessel is in there but there seems to be a word before that.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- MP3
Complete thread -- Link given shows right hand dominant being used as an adj. OP's post does not, so no
Complete thread -- ACS, myocarditis, pericarditis. treatment decisions will be made
Complete thread -- That was the problem.
Complete thread -- He is right hand dominant BUT he is a right-hand-dominant male.
Complete thread -- umm yeah - but it's always good to overcome target fixation
Complete thread -- ACS _____ and pericarditis. Further treatment and ____ made
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree with hyphen.
Complete thread -- 29 is what I hear
Complete thread -- bicarbonate _____, BUN 17,
Complete thread -- just being pointless, as usual. But so good at cutting and pasting!
Complete thread -- The patient denies cough, _____ other review
Complete thread -- new one for me sharing meaning on MetaNeb (not a med) sm
Complete thread -- Any good ref sites suggested to use?
Complete thread -- Stedman's has with and w/o a hyphen. Our acct doesn't allow a hyphen.
Complete thread -- He is right-hand dominant (hyphen required)
Complete thread -- platysmal
Complete thread -- He is right hand dominant. (No hyphen needed?)
Complete thread -- carotid endarterectomy
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- fyi grammar: wound was closeD; patient tolerateD the procedure
Complete thread -- Here is example of sample reports on MT911(kinda nagging ya huh.
Complete thread -- except OP thought it was the next diagnosis, not related to AV block
Complete thread -- trigeminal artery compression
Complete thread -- fyi: if you google "AV block m" Mobitz II comes right up
Complete thread -- tip: google "airlikiosis" and ehrlichiosis comes right up
Complete thread -- this is a good learning site, not audio, but when I started many decades ago, I read sm
Complete thread -- able to post a wav or MP3?
Complete thread -- agree!!!
Complete thread -- THanks Oscar
Complete thread -- Great.
Complete thread -- <GRIN>
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for coming back to share
Complete thread -- Good ears.
Complete thread -- 100 pound(s)?
Complete thread -- ODB!
Complete thread -- thanks so much! I would have never figured that one out!
Complete thread -- ehrlichiosis is a tickborne bacterial infection,
Complete thread -- ehrlichiosis
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- she has PMH of s/l airlikiosis 5 or 6 years ago treated with
Complete thread -- Added
Complete thread -- Oscar got it
Complete thread -- AV block, _______ stool, hyperlipidemia
Complete thread -- Nope, I bet it is AV block, Mobitz II...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She is 5 foot and she is *handed* bound, alert, awake.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- saying morbid obesity real fast?
Complete thread -- what is the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- hypertension, and AV block, *morbid* stool, hyperlipidemia
Complete thread -- giggles
Complete thread -- Maybe probably highly likely PROGENIX®
Complete thread -- sure, something equivalent to a PrevPac, just not PrevPac, probably cost-prohibitive
Complete thread -- PROGENIX® Family of Grafts is comprised of formulations that are intended to closely repli
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- diskectomy with interbody fusion, Lanx cage and s/l progenic placed TIA!
Complete thread -- Oh, I bet that was it! I will make note of that for future reference. TYSM!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'm definitely hearing an "L" in there. Maybe she's mispronouncing?
Complete thread -- in the setting of infant of a
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She has mild septal hypertrophy which is _____ diabetic mother.
Complete thread -- After one week of antibiotics he was discharged on s/l zylox.
Complete thread -- I will try to help if you put the mp3 back up. I didn't get to hear
Complete thread -- trigeminal *aortic* compression.
Complete thread -- pre-resection or preresection, etc. Many accounts are trending away from those hyphens,
Complete thread -- Could it be a PA-C? There's a Mark Buraczynski, PA-C in Santa Cruz area.
Complete thread -- good guess. thank you for trying
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks.
Complete thread -- wow. you are really good. i think i will go back and put that in, cause all i put in was
Complete thread -- IV Ancef was given preop antibiotic prophylaxis is what I heard?
Complete thread -- The last one almost sounds like Bayer or Advil but it could be anything.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I am missing a word or 2 in here. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- without listening, I am getting:
Complete thread -- color me confused with everyone talking about hyphens.
Complete thread -- yw. :) (I know you accidentally posted in wrong place, don't have to explain)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I will do the hyphens. They follow Bos3 so hyphens are used.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- hyphens are a judgment call, but this is what I'm hearing
Complete thread -- There is Hawkins' test but that his shoulder?
Complete thread -- they all sound like "height" to me (very redundant dictator - height was 21 mm in height)
Complete thread -- I think a lot of your difficulty is because of that. Many of your errors are not medical
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Not totally positive of the words in ().
Complete thread -- +message
Complete thread -- Viactiv or Viactin? Can't get the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- tx for trying. Very kind of you
Complete thread -- I tried. I do think it's 2 meds but don't know what they are.
Complete thread -- Is English your first language?
Complete thread -- i need help and tips to became better.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Blanking and sending on.
Complete thread -- i am a beginner. i am practicing using voice files
Complete thread -- Anybody? Any guesses? Maybe it is two meds ____ and ____?
Complete thread -- Is this practice work you're doing or actual paid work?
Complete thread -- ok ...
Complete thread -- I found a Dr. Mark Brzezinski in CA, but he studies diatoms. Not an MD, it seems.
Complete thread -- that should be rectal, not recta
Complete thread -- btw, you don't have to put any link. Just put in your post whether it's an MP3 or a wav.
Complete thread -- 2nd blank is "hemostasis was good." 2nd paragraph 2nd sentence: Recta fascia was then
Complete thread -- Looking for a Dr. Mark s/l ruh or bruh - zin-ski in CA TIA!
Complete thread -- Medications: Cymbalta, trazodone, Lipitor, Prinivil, _____________.
Complete thread -- Ever heard of a "Hopkins" orthopedic test. Hoffmann was said before
Complete thread -- audio
Complete thread -- Agree. "Same" was going on the postoperative diagnosis, not the procedure.
Complete thread -- mass, GYN carcinoma...Procedure: Exploratory laparotomy.
Complete thread -- audio
Complete thread -- right, he is saying in keeping...and thanks for your response too.just found I was hearing
Complete thread -- That makes sense if that is what you are hearing (as in "compatible with")/ nm
Complete thread -- Got it: Duo-Neb and Metaneb. nm
Complete thread -- CT scan of abdomen done; findings are s/l in keeping with fatty liver.
Complete thread -- probably will be hard to confirm since he said it is "our..questionnaire"
Complete thread -- Because of the patient’s truncal obesity and even though she is only a ...
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- The patient was extubated, with secretions managed by /sm
Complete thread -- akinesia makes sense = akinesia (inability to initiate movement) sm
Complete thread -- google extrapyramidal symptoms make blood thinner
Complete thread -- yep, right IJ (internal jugular) catheter in place (makes perfect sense)
Complete thread -- Extrapyramidal symptoms can give rise to s/l akinesia and make blood thinner.
Complete thread -- Yes, it fits there.
Complete thread -- That's it! TYSM!
Complete thread -- Where to put "She has diffuse muscle aches." sm
Complete thread -- Sheehan? (Actually Sheehan Disability Scale)
Complete thread -- some kind of psych scale s/l shee-ann scale TIA!
Complete thread -- : ) glad you saw it - cheers
Complete thread -- Got it, I think! Stark esotropia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- motion?
Complete thread -- Pt experiencing double vision
Complete thread -- No ____ artifact. No ventricular hypertrophy.
Complete thread -- happens to me all the time. No matter which one I click, it tells me that it can't save
Complete thread -- I don't think the OP even understood your question
Complete thread -- no, the OP *thought* she was looking for a drug name
Complete thread -- there is a difference between hypertrophy and enlargement
Complete thread -- It has happened before. I don't remember if I clicked yes or no that time but SM
Complete thread -- and musculoskeletal even..
Complete thread -- happens to me too. I click no, then just close out a 2nd time and it usually takes it.
Complete thread -- listen again. I hear "any" as plain as day.
Complete thread -- Microsoft issues. Global template, normal.dot changes message.Do I save yes or no? sm
Complete thread -- I hear "any" just as billybob does. not more than 1 word, 2 syllables.
Complete thread -- I've had 'em put it under chest too.
Complete thread -- I have about 90% of docs that use it under abdomen. It goes best wherever the doctor
Complete thread -- CVA tenderness
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No, Darlene that is not what she asked for, nor was it a drug name her answer.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I should have Googled myself. But it makes much more sense now. Thanks again
Complete thread -- Thanks again, lb
Complete thread -- hypertrophy is enlargement in volume of an organ. Of course, their dictations are
Complete thread -- I don't think there is anything there, just a skip in the dictation and if there is someth
Complete thread -- I don't hear more than one word
Complete thread -- If you'd put half of that energy into giving correct and concise answers and not trying to
Complete thread -- In the summary, she repeats, "There is no left ventricular hypertrophy OR enlargment." It
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of left ventricular hypertrophy enlargement.
Complete thread -- Shame on your bad manners/labeling. The OPs asked for schizophrenic drug name.
Complete thread -- I don't hear that. It seems to be more than one word. Sadly this is a strict verbatim.
Complete thread -- any.
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: Denies _____ tobacco abuse. No illicit drug use or alcohol use.
Complete thread -- I would flag or go as dictated
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Heck! And I even defended her!
Complete thread -- how about Pygeum africanus (actually, it's Pygeum africanum)
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 257:
Complete thread -- I googled: grade 3 acromion spur ligament and learned the following
Complete thread -- I think BOS has it as plus/minus (less confusion). I type it that way.
Complete thread -- wild guess - agapanthus africanus
Complete thread -- THank you for your thorough explanation, but why on earth would he remove a ligament?
Complete thread -- I hear "as was" and it is correct usage
Complete thread -- +/- O’Brien test or plus/minus O'Brien test?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- maybe upper scation is opacification?
Complete thread -- creased?
Complete thread -- Grade 3 acromion. Spur was removed with the Vortex bur "as was" ...
Complete thread -- wonder if "avriconis" is something like "for incontinence"? there's an herb called gosha
Complete thread -- It probably is, just very poor dictation. Thanks for trying anyhow.
Complete thread -- Almost embarrassed to ask... this med sounds so weird, and I'm SM
Complete thread -- no idea but are you sure it's available and not visible?
Complete thread -- Yes, that's the way I took it (reaching with hand). Don't guess there's anything OP can do
Complete thread -- no prob, yaya - she's a sneaky one with many handles.
Complete thread -- thank you both, I wish I could hear creasing, but he has a "T" right in the middle
Complete thread -- bronchomalacia with s/l grand upper scation and septal lines available on CT scan.
Complete thread -- bronchomalacia with s/l grand upper scation and septal lines available on CT scan.
Complete thread -- S/L 3 findings there hindfood alignment and plantar crease(?), and localized swelling
Complete thread -- OMG ... you're 100% correct. Sorry, I was dyslexic with 2 of those letters. It IS her.
Complete thread -- plantar crease(creasing), with/and localized swelling and mobility?
Complete thread -- orthopedic clinic note, totally stumped, sm plse
Complete thread -- Found it on the doctor search here - Abigail Cruz Dacuycuy
Complete thread -- "h b o m f h" is attached to Darlene, unless she shares her computer.
Complete thread -- Looking for a primary care in Concord (area) New Hampshire that sounds like Dekwekwe
Complete thread -- with her "arm" being able to get to those levels behind her back
Complete thread -- as bad as I dispise Darlene and her incessant inane posts, this was not Darlene
Complete thread -- and the clear ptosis, a neurologic workup is recommended to
Complete thread -- clear (meaning obvious) ptosis? Also, next word 'and' should be 'a'
Complete thread -- s/l clar ptosis
Complete thread -- Nothing jumps out at me as being "wrong." Last sentence a little confusing to me, but what
Complete thread -- it's not the "who" that's important, it's the "why"
Complete thread -- Small-minded poster... I think we DO know who that is. (she's not denying it either)
Complete thread -- I think you are right. Makes perfect sense (and NOT a drug name, btw, Darlene!)
Complete thread -- Yes, its right there. They look around at all kinds of things while they're in there.
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- In my experience, the appendix is often taken during TAH-BOS, so yes.
Complete thread -- hey, we don't know who it is...
Complete thread -- OP, did you see my suggestion below? (mass spectrum)
Complete thread -- I agree - and it doesn't look like the OP saw my suggested answer
Complete thread -- never mind, must send in.
Complete thread -- Uterus, bilateral tubes, ovaries, and *appendix*, normal. Would the appedix
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You mean the static? I don't even hear that anymore since all her dictations are like that
Complete thread -- sorry meant to wrote MAYBE "drinks many fluids"
Complete thread -- are my commas in the correct place chondrosarcoma right hip, arthritis or maybe comma
Complete thread -- Pupils *3 over 3* react
Complete thread -- make sense?
Complete thread -- not sure but may___ many fluid?
Complete thread -- bad audio. wow...
Complete thread -- thx nm...that is a huge help.
Complete thread -- well... if he is on dialysis, he doesn't need a urinary catheter, just a dialysis cath.
Complete thread -- whoa.... (SM) Not much help, but its a start.
Complete thread -- Yep, from report. Thanks for trying. :)
Complete thread -- He drinks ____ fluids. Sometimes he takes iced tea.
Complete thread -- Punctuation help needed...not sure where some sentences start/end.
Complete thread -- Is this actual context from your report (stated by dictator) or are you asking us? I've
Complete thread -- me too!!
Complete thread -- Yep 3 times a day (or...with meals) (is how my stepdad did it)
Complete thread -- found it... not sure why it didn't come up before
Complete thread -- s/l fegs - treatment facility
Complete thread -- That would make sense. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Wonder if she is not taking it with meals with the glyburide before bed?
Complete thread -- No, no. I need the coffee!
Complete thread -- Actually that does make sense. He is anuric.
Complete thread -- Can anyone explain what dosage 20/22/22 means (doctor specifically dictates this). SM
Complete thread -- I think you meant its a urinary catheter...
Complete thread -- They have a way at this job to mark odd things and send on through, so I will mark that
Complete thread -- Odd. It is what he said. Thanks.
Complete thread -- agree. Davol is a dialysis catheter, so IJ is a very odd location to have one.
Complete thread -- Since he just talked about abdomen, wonder if he said IJ by mistake?
Complete thread -- Davol ?
Complete thread -- nobody asked you, Darlene.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sorry, he is in for an infected dialysis catheter.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- good job
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ahh
Complete thread -- wave, as well as spikes...
Complete thread -- as well as Tegretol XR 200 mg....
Complete thread -- and wave _______ spikes and
Complete thread -- Tegretol XR 400 mg one p.o. b.i.d., ______ XR 200 mg one p.o. b.i.
Complete thread -- Not it, but that's for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- long QT syndrome
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Arrhythmia _____
Complete thread -- Power went out last night. Back to finish this up.
Complete thread -- Cataract surgery, s/l "lens rectis" sm
Complete thread -- found it--LeCompte maneuver.
Complete thread -- some context
Complete thread -- I agree with you. I left it as dictated without a flag. sm
Complete thread -- the way you read it, but... sm
Complete thread -- Chronic pain patient is in for pain medication management.
Complete thread -- more defined? sm
Complete thread -- Because of the ____, there is also mild flow acceleration in the main pulmonary arter
Complete thread -- millwright
Complete thread -- s/l morter pine negative symptom scale TIA!
Complete thread -- occupation is s/l middleright or milright
Complete thread -- maybe a poster? not sure it makes sense
Complete thread -- Just common knowledge for me. I'm an "old," though. lol
Complete thread -- i am not sure. but it sounds like what you are saying
Complete thread -- how did you find that?
Complete thread -- Is this in Wisconsin? If so, the 2nd blank is ____ at the WNS meeting this year.
Complete thread -- Bethesda?
Complete thread -- woops i mistakenly posted first name. can you get rid of first couple of lines of post?
Complete thread -- While he may indeed take a position in the military neurosurgical trai ...
Complete thread -- o has already had a career in clinical neurosurgery, Slava is mature a ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. He was admitted for (because of) severe pain and management of the pain
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There's a Richard Holzman in Forest Hills, but he's an internist.
Complete thread -- I bet that's it and context is mass spectrometry. Don't think that was the OP above but
Complete thread -- got it--en plaque
Complete thread -- This led to an MRI evaluation which showed a tiny 1 x 6 mm _____ meningioma over the
Complete thread -- not sure what do with this sentence. Doc says, "The patient was admitted for severe
Complete thread -- I'm looking for a Dr. Richard Holtzman at Lenox Hill. He did disc surgery on the
Complete thread -- ...arm or leg? FPL In arm, peroneal in leg.
Complete thread -- FPL?
Complete thread -- I liked it (I hope the OP takes note)
Complete thread -- I was going to suggest "mass spectrum"
Complete thread -- are you the OP?
Complete thread -- Left synovectomy of longus tendon and peroneal tendon sheath with ____ ...
Complete thread -- asking for drug name
Complete thread -- please give a sentence before and after
Complete thread -- sent and flagged ...
Complete thread -- The schizophrenic drug s/l ba-zuh-spec-tum, interacts at CYP3A4. TIA!
Complete thread -- The aortic valve was difficult to visualize and was 's/l incinated' from
Complete thread -- Good
Complete thread -- it's because MRI is involved in the study
Complete thread -- thanks - that enabled me to find HITS
Complete thread -- HITS = High-Intensity Transient Signal
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll listen again!
Complete thread -- probably not much help, but I also hear "diffusion hits"
Complete thread -- noninvasive optimal vessel analysis
Complete thread -- i agree...info that nothing to do with the question at hand.
Complete thread -- what is a NOVA test - I am having trouble referencing that
Complete thread -- is he saying full knee arthroplasty really fast?
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: A very pleasant gentleman with resolving bilateral knee p ...
Complete thread -- The patient will be seen by Dr. Smith next week...
Complete thread -- She could have straightened out the knee (and splinted if necessary) before seeking medica
Complete thread -- sorry--I should have stated that this is a NOVA test
Complete thread -- sounds like he is reading a MRI scan. S/l diffusion hits to me.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'm confused about how "diffusion" makes sense in that context to begin
Complete thread -- I certainly would not know how to "fix" a dislocation -
Complete thread -- diffusion heads vs. hits?
Complete thread -- What is wrong with me today? I copied OP's post, which
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. You've been great help!
Complete thread -- I had to read it again, should be a comma, not a semicolon.
Complete thread -- (of which Haldol is one)
Complete thread -- where?
Complete thread -- was that you earlier today?
Complete thread -- Stick a semicolon in there, and then it's perfect.
Complete thread -- oh wait - maybe she means "very easily" as in "very likely"
Complete thread -- "Mom thinks it was very easily" is not a sentence, and it makes
Complete thread -- agree with conventional
Complete thread -- see: depot neuroleptic
Complete thread -- league?
Complete thread -- weekly?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I was going to suggest TMs, especially because ears aren't mentioned separately.
Complete thread -- he plays s/l weak soccer for the club
Complete thread -- he plays s/l weak soccer for the club
Complete thread -- Patient fell and hit head several days ago at work. He was
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- :-) Some moms know how to fix it so not so ridiculous.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Well, that's good. I would doubt that mom would be able to "fix it." Duh on me.
Complete thread -- conventional neuroleptic?
Complete thread -- Recent vacation to New Hampshire provided rest
Complete thread -- s/l commercial neuroleptic and s/l deeper neuroleptic TIA!
Complete thread -- yep, i relistened & she says period before that, and she does say because there... lol
Complete thread -- Recently, ____provided rest, decrease of electronic use, and symptom ...
Complete thread -- Okay after reading it again, I think it does make sense. she hurt it very easily with her
Complete thread -- Mom thinks it was very easily. Seems OK to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I agree with you. I just think her wording is incorrect.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I listened for that, but I think I hear thinks, not fixed.
Complete thread -- I think it means she didn't have any trauma, it just happened, as
Complete thread -- "fixed this very easily"??
Complete thread -- Thanks. I heard that too but didn't make any sense to me either. (Oh, and I do hear
Complete thread -- I put 11 in parenthesis and sent to QA. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- although, thinks it is very easily makes nada sense to me. =)
Complete thread -- thinks it is very easily. She does have loose joints... (I dont hear because at all- says
Complete thread -- yep, #11 is a common one heard.
Complete thread -- I do see No. 11 scalpel blades advertized. I don't have an opinion on what's being said
Complete thread -- Mom ____ very easily because she does have loose joints and is very flexible
Complete thread -- You just gave a "no" answer, Darlene, without providing a source. All that other was
Complete thread -- #11 is what I'd expect to hear.
Complete thread -- I went from thinking 1, to 11, to 9.
Complete thread -- (like number leven"
Complete thread -- I hear #11 not #1
Complete thread -- sounds like #1 scalpel -- no millimeter.
Complete thread -- Oh, I forgot to add that it was a WAV file. Sorry
Complete thread -- Electrophysiology is being treated like an entity. Personification - look it up, Darlene
Complete thread -- I was wondering how you expected us to figure it out and then realized you had probably
Complete thread -- I have the same thing said twice. I just can't pick up the number.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- laid
Complete thread -- oh-h, my goodness f g j j g j. I answered question(my opinion plus), OP is not the only sm
Complete thread -- I normally have no trouble with lay-lie words but this one... I think it is lain but
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- perinephric stranding makes perfect sense.
Complete thread -- found this on google. "perinephric stranding" I hope it makes sense... Not my specialty
Complete thread -- Okay so I got "sacculations'. Now I am stuck on the other 2 words
Complete thread -- More context
Complete thread -- Thanks for response, btw. :)
Complete thread -- MRI showed "perigafric stranding and saculations" consistent with his hypotonic bladd
Complete thread -- Perhaps, but I can't find any concrete spelling. Anyone?
Complete thread -- to my helper that helped with this file, I got the answer back from doctor
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and besides...OP is asking if okay to capitalize, not what tests are done there. TMI ...
Complete thread -- and, he is saying be seen BY Electrophysiology, not IN electrophysiology.
Complete thread -- Depends, Darlene. If you can substitute a person's name for the word being said, it is
Complete thread -- sure, looking at the definition.
Complete thread -- is word vestigial correct?1
Complete thread -- no, I would not. Here are some examples of what tests are done sm
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- X will be seen by Electrophysiology next week for further evaluation and management.
Complete thread -- ...normal, AS WAS his end-diastolic dimension.
Complete thread -- Perhaps saying "neuro" because it's for neuropathic pain?
Complete thread -- Dx: Radiculopathy and pain. Recommend s/l neuroketamine, topical.
Complete thread -- oh well. thanks everyone for the help.
Complete thread -- Might be saying bilateral quickly but I'm not sure. Just a
Complete thread -- no, it doesn't
Complete thread -- be my guest then
Complete thread -- paraaortic and periaortic lymph node both listed in Stedman's Radiology, but I was taught
Complete thread -- is strength today is reported at 100 for his ____ grip strength and 17 for his late
Complete thread -- Think I got it. Does the left ventricle is normal with end-diastolic dimension make sense?
Complete thread -- sounds good to me. I hate when a doc can't make up his mind.
Complete thread -- I went with this.
Complete thread -- wav file, changing his mind several times.
Complete thread -- answering with "no" is not helpful to use. Followup with "why" is answer is "no"
Complete thread -- difficulties with relationships, difficulties s/l wis non-ret-in-ing TIA!
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- the poster to whom I responded overlooked the meaning of the prefixes
Complete thread -- Look above, taken from BOS...says near the same thing.
Complete thread -- Oh heavens, it is revision not region. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- complete misinformation
Complete thread -- wav file. I think I hear the word but once again, what I think it is does not make
Complete thread -- Thank you for the extra info. I used para-aortic as in above, and QC marked me off.
Complete thread -- Per AAMTBOS, pg 304 (I'd go with para-aortic)
Complete thread -- on echo, s/l It was hidden by a solid dimension. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- when googling periaortic, paraaortic comes up more often (except for Wikipedia)
Complete thread -- once someone's
Complete thread -- we usually discontinue _____ age expectancy is less
Complete thread -- Para-aortic vs. periaortic - Upon my research, I can use them interchangeably?
Complete thread -- If so, I'd guess it would include the rest up to 1+ upper in same sentence. I see there is
Complete thread -- Ah, good catch. I relistened to that part. He sped through upper and lower in one beat.
Complete thread -- Don't know what he said, but why did he say OA of the hands
Complete thread -- I will flag because I simply cannot imagine what it means.
Complete thread -- Guessing this would make the correct sentence in that case?
Complete thread -- I thought it was outflow as well. Also did not think it made sense.
Complete thread -- I thought the same thing, but didn't want to post it because of the same.
Complete thread -- Almost s/l "outflow" to me but don't know how that makes sense. Probably not
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Guy is in for a rash.
Complete thread -- okay. I wrote pressure and flagged.
Complete thread -- I agree with "pressure pill"
Complete thread -- I would flag.
Complete thread -- for what it's worth, I wouldn't do V.A.C. unless you know it's specifically
Complete thread -- I am hesitant but a guess would be fosinopril
Complete thread -- Does the guy have end-stage renal disease?
Complete thread -- sorry wrong thread
Complete thread -- FYI you could put roo-in-y in Search Archives on this board and get the answer.
Complete thread -- trying again, can you listen into this WAV
Complete thread -- amazing
Complete thread -- oh okay, thanks. i appreciate you clearing that up for me.
Complete thread -- I think it's "sponge"
Complete thread -- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: His V.A.C. machine is connected, however the V.A.C. ____ do
Complete thread -- yep. they check all organs while they're in there doing surgery.
Complete thread -- Then using normal saline as a distending medium
Complete thread -- oh thank you sooooooooooo much
Complete thread -- Roux-en-Y
Complete thread -- s/l liver does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Anterior lip of the cervix was grasped with ____ Allis clamp. The cervix was gently
Complete thread -- (new sentence) Adequate intravenous sedation was administered with good effect and she was
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- how well her (roo-in-Y or ruin-Lie) ____bypass would be functionin
Complete thread -- I hear a "presture" pill. MAybe it could be "pressure" as in bp
Complete thread -- You are amazing! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- pendulous
Complete thread -- She has bilateral s/l "pangulus" breast with a grade 3 ptosis.
Complete thread -- Lexapro, a ____pill, and Benadryl.
Complete thread -- thank you. I hear that too now
Complete thread -- audio
Complete thread -- i hear: as the wound is nicely granular
Complete thread -- could it be Pain is 10 with ____ technique?
Complete thread -- VAC splint or splent or stent or something like taht
Complete thread -- Can you please listen in to wav
Complete thread -- s/l fitness 10 with men-tuh-neek
Complete thread -- never mind can't get it to load
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- oh, foramen ovale of the skull... Never mind.
Complete thread -- Foramen ovale???
Complete thread -- oh, ok LOL. Its late, I'm tired, and working OT tonight. Today was my day off...
Complete thread -- I agree with verbatim. totally ridiculous. I have found lately that I am not
Complete thread -- He's telling what the concern is and not expecting an actual response to the question.
Complete thread -- LOL! No, I was using that as an example as to why the question mark is needed.
Complete thread -- Really? Removing the and would be a violation. Verbatim sometimes is so ridiculous
Complete thread -- oh, I have NO clue on the barbiturates. He never said a word about that anywhere else.
Complete thread -- but - he didn't dictate it that way. verbatim. he said...Does he need a biopsy, and
Complete thread -- No, I was referring to, why were the barbituates in the drug screen?
Complete thread -- agree. From Grammar Girl:
Complete thread -- Because doctors don't know punctuation.
Complete thread -- I believe it is a direct question. Why was it there?
Complete thread -- I know you sent in already, but...
Complete thread -- It's not a direct question and the sentence as a whole is a statement, so I disagree with
Complete thread -- I agree with his ?
Complete thread -- yea... me too. I sent it as is (with the ? where he wanted one).
Complete thread -- I agree with no ? but the rest of it would have me confounded.
Complete thread -- nvm....sent it in (stat report)
Complete thread -- ice cream
Complete thread -- Good for you. Then if you eat ice icream, I advise you avoid Ben & Jerry's, which promises
Complete thread -- punctuation help please and thanky
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- yum yum
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree with 'robust, but says .."a" robust... (instead of very)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I have no doubt that as a resident and beyond she will apply herself t ...
Complete thread -- OMG!
Complete thread -- I hope you're eating foreign chocolate and not chocolate made in the USA.
Complete thread -- comported (behaved)
Complete thread -- as a subintern. She performed in an excellent fashion in clinical car ...
Complete thread -- so much. new to me
Complete thread -- yep, you are right!
Complete thread -- sawtooth shaped scintillations
Complete thread -- where she would see ---- shaped scintillations or fortification spectra
Complete thread -- She has a history of ocular migraines when she would see ____shapes ...
Complete thread -- s/l drifter sign (like the eye drifts??)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She is said to have Duane syndrome, but I do not see any deficits in h ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- maybe Eikenberry
Complete thread -- s/l dr eichenberry opthalmologist in indiana in IU
Complete thread -- maybe doc asked him: "what do you enjoy doing?"
Complete thread -- They can put in mine that the patient likes chocolate.
Complete thread -- LOL! I know right? patient is not diabetic, so what the heck? LOL
Complete thread -- Well, I can't image where else it'd go, but it does sound odd that he mentions pie.
Complete thread -- not sure why doc says patient eats apple pie under social hx?
Complete thread -- (?) brevi doesn't make it plural
Complete thread -- Repeated later and it's I&D. Thanks!
Complete thread -- See message. Thanks!
Complete thread -- wonder if it is "Nuvigil, no dosage"
Complete thread -- the second is what I hear
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Implants Used: Three Linvatec Y-Knots, acetabular-labral repair. ...
Complete thread -- technique.
Complete thread -- blood patch procedure
Complete thread -- s/l nuh-vidg-ee-un no dosage info TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you :) /nm
Complete thread -- If clear, used to dictator, I'd go as dictated sm
Complete thread -- PA-C says Advair 250/50 mcg inhaled daily as needed. Would you flag? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought that was what I heard but wanted a second opinion on it. :)
Complete thread -- 12.2
Complete thread -- WAV: White cell count of 3500, hemoglobin __, hematocrit 37.5 sm You may need to turn
Complete thread -- He does pause after thenarly....then says volarly...
Complete thread -- Thx for your help.
Complete thread -- You can certainly google "volar trapeziometacarpal joint." Perhaps they go together in
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- or perhaps, as other poster said, new sentence beginning with "volarly"!
Complete thread -- probably trapeziometacarpal joint and "thenarly and volarly"
Complete thread -- thenarly. Volarly, he is fully....
Complete thread -- help with sentence punctuation please?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- reclusivity
Complete thread -- some form of the word reclusive?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but really making an effort
Complete thread -- Axis IV: Mild *reclacevia*.
Complete thread -- monosyllabic answers but ____ in effort
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have one who sounds out EOMI - ee-oh-mees. grrrr
Complete thread -- s/l "progressing with therapy, he notes."
Complete thread -- Yes that was it.
Complete thread -- collapsing?
Complete thread -- Forget this one. I got it. :)
Complete thread -- On x-ray I noted that the patient had moderate to severe arthritic damage with sm
Complete thread -- progressing with therapy ______. He continues to be
Complete thread -- per Dorland's: nik-tu're-a
Complete thread -- nycturia is pronounced that way (meaning same as nocturia)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Sounds like he is talking to someone in the room?
Complete thread -- I have a doc that says "nicturia" and means "nocturia".
Complete thread -- He is also complaining of S/L nick-turia without dysuria. (he says dysuria as dizuri
Complete thread -- Benicar HCT tabs?
Complete thread -- stair-climbing. No idea
Complete thread -- left knee is worse than the right. _____ With regards to the shoulder
Complete thread -- s/l sit-ruh tabs. no dosage info. TIA!
Complete thread -- it's a terrific resource - enjoy!
Complete thread -- Thank you to both responders.
Complete thread -- wow thanks so much... had no idea i could do that
Complete thread -- I don't have any other diagnoses except low back pain. In
Complete thread -- doc may be quoting the patient's own spelling? would agree w/ possibly Trileptal depend
Complete thread -- Evidently the doctor can't spell. Trileptal? What diagnosis?
Complete thread -- got it - cleavage tear
Complete thread -- there is a horizontal *crevus* tear of the posterior horn
Complete thread -- The patient injured her low back at work.
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- There is also **fibrillation** of the anterior horn of the lateral meniscus
Complete thread -- Any access to old reports. Sounds like something he probably says all the time
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No acute distress?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that's bivalve(d). o bivalve a cast means to cut it on both sides from top of the cast t
Complete thread -- and alert. ____ she is pregnant. She is 29 weeks. She is anicteric. Her neck is su
Complete thread -- The patient reports she had suffered a minor MVA, had been rear-ended.
Complete thread -- I've had ortho bivalve many a cast... but teno?
Complete thread -- The patient ______ suffered a minor MVA, had been rear ended
Complete thread -- All I know of is univalve cast, split on one side to relieve pressure.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oscar.
Complete thread -- "She is treated for hypothyroidism and anxiety." Some dictators leave out the word "and".
Complete thread -- For the archives – just had a doc say pt. was postop s/l UTLRTI. (SM)
Complete thread -- distal radius fracture, forearm cast was s/l teno valved.
Complete thread -- She IS treated -- not HAS
Complete thread -- supple. _____ breath sounds.
Complete thread -- sure about ENT? Sounds like "denies any excessive fatigue"
Complete thread -- ? lead up
Complete thread -- this does not make sense: She was distress, swallow in good condition
Complete thread -- nevermind - I see per radiology is correct
Complete thread -- ETIOLOGY not ideology!
Complete thread -- that would be quite different than an outrigger
Complete thread -- I have one ortho doc who says "4 5 finger cast" (he included 4 of the 5 fingers in cast
Complete thread -- ?nonradiating, except to glutes (gluteus maximus)
Complete thread -- 4,5 refers to the 4th and 5th digits. ?4/5, ?4,5
Complete thread -- all one word - nontender
Complete thread -- The ultimate *lee up* was that he wished he had more time
Complete thread -- 4 5 outrigger cast - is it 4/5, 4.5, 0.45 ??
Complete thread -- low back strain
Complete thread -- On ROS, denies any s/l fis-is of teeth. TIA!
Complete thread -- how to write " non tender" ...like non-tender or nontender
Complete thread -- Maybe is on CBI (continuous bladder irrigation) and means drainage of irrigation fluid.
Complete thread -- COURSE IN THE ER: She was medicated here with ibuprofen. She underwent a CT scan of the
Complete thread -- The bladder was then drained *of its* irrigation to remove any debris. ...
Complete thread -- audio
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- I hear 19 too.
Complete thread -- Might be "fairly consistent" generalized pain. She talks too fast and is saying a lot more
Complete thread -- Review of systems: As above.
Complete thread -- first sentence needs quite a bit of help
Complete thread -- He complains of generalized pain in the back of his head, neck, his back, and his face.
Complete thread -- No loss of consciousness is reported. Last sentences: He complains of pain. He is hyperve
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- Sure it's not 19-year-old instead of 90? who was the restrained driver involved in a motor
Complete thread -- Correct as written.
Complete thread -- audio added
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- anyone of you respond please.
Complete thread -- can they be single word? two different probs
Complete thread -- i mean hypothyroidism anxiety or hypothyroidism, anxiety
Complete thread -- She, more likely than not, has severe sleep apnea problem. thanks.
Complete thread -- "this" is a single word, yes.
Complete thread -- She has treated for hypothyroidism, anxiety. is this a single word?
Complete thread -- audio+
Complete thread -- ty! He does say midjunction. I am still not sure what junction he means...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much everyone for input! :) QA ended up saying to leave it as midjunction.
Complete thread -- x-rays show not shows.
Complete thread -- I agree with you. The OP shouldn't change it to midportion just because midportion is
Complete thread -- there is no bone at the "junction" to fracture, particularly "midjunction"
Complete thread -- I can think of 1 reason, that it is not right.
Complete thread -- I have doctors say things clearly all day long that are wrong. I'd hate to have
Complete thread -- Thank you Ms. Cleo. I dotally disagree. Go on with your bad self reading minds.
Complete thread -- Well, if OP wants to assume he shouldn't be saying junction, that's her
Complete thread -- well, if you want to make that
Complete thread -- scapholunate junction.
Complete thread -- go back and listen if you can
Complete thread -- no; changing to brevI doesn't make it plural
Complete thread -- mbe they wonder a junction of ????? I know I would.
Complete thread -- I don't understand why you want to change it.
Complete thread -- I think he means midportion. Later on says loss of blood supply at midportion. ty!
Complete thread -- X-rays shows a "midjunction" scaphoid fracture. (Says it very clearly.) ty!
Complete thread -- nevermind. He said it again later in the report and it is clearly iris nevus
Complete thread -- s/l iris medis
Complete thread -- that may be the way he says it, i.e., 15 (plus 1) years old
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- thanks so much both of you
Complete thread -- would think the plural would be abductor pollicis brevis muscles
Complete thread -- oh yep...plural...
Complete thread -- either/or abductor pollicis brevis
Complete thread -- abductor pollicis brevi - is this correct?
Complete thread -- agree. I can't make sense out of Y.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I'd go with wide decompression...
Complete thread -- wide versus Y decompression laminectomy? I think Y, but am not
Complete thread -- Umm, did I not correct myself below? Yes, yes I did.
Complete thread -- Many days I don't.
Complete thread -- Not what he said but with her birthday in August, you are right!
Complete thread -- maybe 15 and 1 month...?
Complete thread -- He actually says - 15 plus 1 years old - verbatim
Complete thread -- She is now 15+ 1 year old and in 10th grade. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- 9? 9? How do you get anything done? LOL
Complete thread -- Glad to hear it's not only me. They do get abused here, as I have 9 young children and
Complete thread -- My hospital buys me Dictaphone headphones - right ear piece always breaks off.
Complete thread -- Depends on how hard I slign 'em down at the end of the day.
Complete thread -- how often do you all go through a set of headphones? I've had to replace mine every
Complete thread -- All of the iron and the biopsy and the K cells and given ?initial hepatic iron
Complete thread -- reposted slowed down
Complete thread -- wow oscar thank u for th Kupffer cells ... I would have never got that!
Complete thread -- tesla (symbol T) is the SI derived unit of magnetic field strength or magnetic flux densi
Complete thread -- Well, I was hearing Cooper shells so was slightly closer than you.
Complete thread -- LOL> all I could hear was puka shells.
Complete thread -- I hear "the biopsy and the Kupffer cells" but not sure about "all of the iron"
Complete thread -- iron in the biopsy ? and the biopsy?
Complete thread -- I wish I could hear more of the wav I wish he would slow down. Geeze
Complete thread -- All of the iron ____ and given this and the hepatic iron concentration
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear myelofibrosis "full-stop" nm
Complete thread -- Maybe funny pronunciation of myelofibrosis?
Complete thread -- ____fibrosis is all I can get.
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- I think okay from what I read on google articles
Complete thread -- given the large number of eosinophils and the fact there was a _____
Complete thread -- Second thought, maybe not. Called Tesla MRI system, but tesla is a unit also, so..
Complete thread -- Looks okay to me, but I'd cap Tesla
Complete thread -- high-quality 3-tesla - punctuated right?
Complete thread -- I'll check that out. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Lahey=there are instruments & likely Lahey type suture is the "technique" used,named
Complete thread -- I find CDL Consortium Laboratories in Portland on a google search
Complete thread -- A 57-year-old male patient status post mastectomy for cancer.
Complete thread -- He later says will prescribe topical compound and here are the ingredients, in case this
Complete thread -- He definitely says what s/l neural agents, but I don't know how to exactly transcribe it/
Complete thread -- well, not exactly that, but I'm thinking more of Neurontin....
Complete thread -- or neuro agents
Complete thread -- ? neural agents
Complete thread -- Dx: Shoulder pain. Will try topical gel w/ some s/l neuroagents.
Complete thread -- I agree. I put the Lahey in (Lahey) in parenthesis because she is so clear that it could
Complete thread -- agree- google end-on vessel chest x-ray
Complete thread -- Maybe means using Lahey clamps and under-running with Vicryl. Not sure makes sense as
Complete thread -- I will put it in quotes. Thanks. She must have meant something else.
Complete thread -- No, it is exactly like it sounds. I relistened. Thanks
Complete thread -- A left-angle suture??
Complete thread -- This suture sounds exactly like Lahey. Is there an actual suture that sounds like i
Complete thread -- a vessel end-on (viewing the end of the vessel -- looks like a spot)
Complete thread -- x-ray of the chest. see message
Complete thread -- True, true. I caught that after I posted and had a feeling someone would point it out and
Complete thread -- Think that might be the context (doc asking ?) and not a ? from the OP
Complete thread -- account specific. We have to use m2.
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- Think BOS says to use sq m if you can't do m2 correctly.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- murmur through the axilla. Lungs with ... ...
Complete thread -- Respirations are really 14? that just doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- k thanks
Complete thread -- could axial be exhale?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- not sure on axial. Lungs is a new sentence.
Complete thread -- correct, but many can't do superscripts so we have to do m2
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- murmur *through the axial* lungs
Complete thread -- The square meter, also called the meter squared, is the Standard