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Complete thread -- ☂☂ - ☂☂
Complete thread -- Yikes! Is it a cat?
Complete thread -- She stepped after a ballgame just doesn't make any kind of sense. It's gotta be something
Complete thread -- sorry-- just testing
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Complete thread -- Thanks! I don't have a pulmonary book and my personal Googling was unsuccessful. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I agree with lb
Complete thread -- There is
Complete thread -- bronchial atresia
Complete thread -- that is kind of what I was hearing, "she stepped after ballgame last month" ??
Complete thread -- No, not x-ray. I hear something like 'ec-trisha'
Complete thread -- x-ray ?
Complete thread -- She stepped ____ (walking?)
Complete thread -- She stepped (at a) ball game last month?
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Complete thread -- The bronchial ____ and dilated right lower lobe superior segment bronc ...
Complete thread -- Okay. Will use that. Thanks a lot for confirming, Q.
Complete thread -- I also hear "requested and visualized".
Complete thread -- Sorry for caps.
Complete thread -- nevermind, I see it says bronch
Complete thread -- can you provide what type of procedure was performed??
Complete thread -- Or could it be 'question visualized?
Complete thread -- I think it is 'requested and visualized'. Thanks.
Complete thread -- request and visualized?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Usually hear it only with a combined term.
Complete thread -- Postprocedure chest x-ray ______ visualized.
Complete thread -- os - any body orifice.
Complete thread -- os, gen. ossis, pl. ossa, gen. oris, pl. ora 1. Syn: bone. ...
Complete thread -- I connected the two ostia with the microdebrider and enlarged the *os*.
Complete thread -- thanks guys!
Complete thread -- may be referring to 'location" connective tissue between the joint
Complete thread -- thinking he might be saying: We are monitoring them and they have been painful.
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- ahhh, that makes sense, thank you Questyr
Complete thread -- I'd put a period after resection (...resection. The tumor at operation...)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Also he's making changes...but he doesn't really
Complete thread -- I am sure you are correct :)
Complete thread -- #2 ?coronary?
Complete thread -- I don't think "were"...Subject noun is singular "each" ...."limbs" is
Complete thread -- we had (I hear we'd)
Complete thread -- BP could be biliopancreatic limb...google the name of your procedure and
Complete thread -- biliopancreatic (BP) (limbs WERE identified)
Complete thread -- e is a gentleman who had undertaken a operative intent ????
Complete thread -- A *pseudo* portion of collapsed
Complete thread -- large circumflex artery, large ______ right coronary
Complete thread -- identified, the *B P* limb was traced back to the ligament of Treitz
Complete thread -- looks like usually described as transsyndesmotic...I agree, unable to very inter
Complete thread -- lateral malleolar fracture
Complete thread -- aha, I hear that now, thank you MT!
Complete thread -- :) Thanks for the suggestions. I sent in with a blank.
Complete thread -- plse disregard (ED)
Complete thread -- Aldara?
Complete thread -- ?anal wart. I understand that this has been refractory to ___ cream.
Complete thread -- (probably not a romantic!)
Complete thread -- sounds like E-B, plse sm for context
Complete thread -- asthmatic? man who is a mechanic?
Complete thread -- s/l ramzomatic
Complete thread -- BoS 2 says either, but be consistent...if client has a preference, use their preference.
Complete thread -- cranial nerves - ? roman numerals or numbers (I can't keep up with the guidelines)
Complete thread -- ☂☂
Complete thread -- As an aside, no comma after "but at the extremes of range"
Complete thread -- consider: a few strands of trabeculation, fine, no exophytic....
Complete thread -- Shove it where the sun don't shine. Garbage to you. The color "green" I suspect
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Complete thread -- did you read the post?
Complete thread -- "used" (no need for your ***** &&&&& garbage)
Complete thread -- do you mean Erythema nodosum can be caused by bacterial infections
Complete thread -- got it. pyoderma gangrenosum or erythema nodosum
Complete thread -- I bet it is free flying debris, esp with where it starts clusters of fine etc sm
Complete thread -- Skin exam: No sign of *s/l tierdermigan rinosum* or *s/l erythema nordosum*.
Complete thread -- Southwick for determining slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) severity
Complete thread -- innervated
Complete thread -- EMG results s/l ulnar vated first dorsal interosseous
Complete thread -- I agree with 'find' but everything else is in present tense so no need to change it.
Complete thread -- Painful hip.
Complete thread -- yes, 0.062
Complete thread -- A 62 K-wire was then placed
Complete thread -- Family history is positive for early heart disease in
Complete thread -- Could be saying find and probably should be fonud in that case.
Complete thread -- used
Complete thread -- with just a few strands of trabeculation *fine* no exophytic growth
Complete thread -- abundant amount of free *flying* debris and when the scope examines
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- i'm hearing hypo
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- is it hypopigmented or hyperpigmented scar?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hold him a spot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hold him a spot
Complete thread -- The patient is improving. He would like to consider a third injection ...
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Complete thread -- S/b follow up (not followup) as the verb form is not one word
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Complete thread -- cast precautions ...things to watch for and worry about in regards to compartment
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Complete thread -- We placed a long arm cast, well padded and protected at 90 degrees. I ...
Complete thread -- we had reduced it and held it up (?), it was fairly stable. A little bit of movement
Complete thread -- Once we reduced it and ____ it was fairly stable ____ but not tremendo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- have a grossly unreduced wrist documented by our fluroscopic
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and placed under LMA anest ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I sure don't hear *the knee". it? locked in extension
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- It could be, but I can't "hear" it...maybe poi can pull it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. with the knee locked in extension?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with ___ locked in extension
Complete thread -- I'm finding patellar/quadriceps tendon on googling
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN OF CARE: She will be weightbearing as tolerated __ ...
Complete thread -- and the screws of appropriate length. #2. sewed the medial retinaculum
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 appropriate length. #2 sewed the new medial retinaculum in
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy was brought in and confirmed appropriate reduction in the ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- brought the fracture together nicely as well.
Complete thread -- Really a WAG, but "brought the fracture together nicely as well"????
Complete thread -- I think I hear "I noticed this brought the ______ nicely as well."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I then placed an 18-gauge wire in a figure-of-eight fashion through ea ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and brought the fracture together nicely. After this was done, I pushed the
Complete thread -- I thought so, wav is changed now
Complete thread -- I then drilled the near cortex with the drill for the cannulated screw ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. last sentence part correct?
Complete thread -- #1 I wanted the tip of my screws to not be exposed
Complete thread -- Once these were in the appropriate position, I measured these to be ap ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- for the 4.5 mm?
Complete thread -- This was confirmed on AP and lateral fluoroscopy. Using the K-wires _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 form of _____retinaculum ___ on the medial aspect.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think she was reading the 2nd "t" in triptan as "l" and saying "treep plan"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Though I hear "one-thirds" it s/b "one-third"...sorry I can't get any of your blanks
Complete thread -- Q is right. That is what I hear now
Complete thread -- Once I dissected down over the patella itself, I did notice there was ...
Complete thread -- I hear "whenver she bent her knee, she could not straighten her leg out."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- whatever she did to her knee,
Complete thread -- She states she is able to walk with “peg leg”; however, whenever she d ...
Complete thread -- Tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- or twist that the area...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. colonoscopy report.
Complete thread -- What a good suggestion.
Complete thread -- It's for migraines btw.
Complete thread -- Might be a bad try at rizatriptan (Maxalt)
Complete thread -- I came up empty. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing something that s/l rhizosomething...I'm looking. Be right back
Complete thread -- any guesses to point me in right direction?
Complete thread -- med help
Complete thread -- good deal
Complete thread -- Thanks, but found out it is os infundibulum ...
Complete thread -- ummm...okay?
Complete thread -- listen for pars infundibularis
Complete thread -- Is os infundibularis correct?
Complete thread -- ya gotta point there
Complete thread -- I agree - I almost gave it the umbrella, but good pickup on the 'Kemp' error - so not
Complete thread -- Noyes sounds nothing like the OP's S/L
Complete thread -- vibration, got it thank you!
Complete thread -- Ok thx.
Complete thread -- with a colon
Complete thread -- Range of motion: or Range of motion;
Complete thread -- ___ was normal. Gait examination was normal.
Complete thread -- Got an extra letter Kemp test. s/l nocles might be Noyes
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- affirmative
Complete thread -- Could have put *mab into OneLook. Closest appears to be ipilimumab and it fits context.
Complete thread -- think I got it... "any shearing"
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Flagging
Complete thread -- Also found eculizumab.
Complete thread -- s/l ipo-lu-zi-mab
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Nachlas' maybe?
Complete thread -- Did not have dyphagia ?
Complete thread -- well as tube feed requirements. ________ prior to admission
Complete thread -- s/l nockles test
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Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- so sorry, i just posted over your
Complete thread -- A _____ was placed in order to provide exposure
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- the holes were drilled
Complete thread -- structural and
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- Using a guided K-wire, I was able to gain access into the scaphoid. _ ...
Complete thread -- old wav still up
Complete thread -- fragmin?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- standard fashion using the *ring* impactor
Complete thread -- done, using Radiology, I was...
Complete thread -- At this point, a _____ drill in order to insert a 3 distal femur guide.
Complete thread -- A *thin bands homer* was placed in order to provide exposure
Complete thread -- The ulnar styloid was free floating. I did remove that. After this w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l fratlin DVT prophylaxis
Complete thread -- First order of business was (to) dissect out the ulnar styloid.
Complete thread -- I placed the extensor tendon off the distal ulna ____ ulnar styloid. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- This is a patient who came to me that had an attempted what appeared to be ulnar... You
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient ____ attempted, what appeared to be an ulnar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- widening of her scars.
Complete thread -- found glabella in archives. Thx
Complete thread -- s/l squaw bella
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant lady who had previous brachioplasty. She had ...
Complete thread -- Cimzia?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a guess - Skin Medicus?
Complete thread -- s/l simba injection every 2 weeks...sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- We did talk about ____ new line of defense that helps block UVA, UVB, ...
Complete thread -- with saline infusion.
Complete thread -- nvm. "cholecystectomy" is what he meant.
Complete thread -- I hear "rule out polyp, possible simple hyperplasia"
Complete thread -- CT scan of abdomen - please see msg.
Complete thread -- diagnostic hysteroscope was *sully*infusion, endometrial cavity was entered
Complete thread -- uploaded
Complete thread -- endometrial biopsy showing ____ hyperplasia with atypia
Complete thread -- The patient is an old patient having had Dow Corning implants placed b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oh, here's the text to go with that (and new link)
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- is it correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- and once she loses weight, and
Complete thread -- once she loses weight and I think that is a good idea.
Complete thread -- The patient does want to have some improvement in her abdomen _____ we ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as she has lost this . . .
Complete thread -- She is interested in having more superior fullness in her chest as wel ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks to pie.
Complete thread -- She continued to take her Norco and ____ these with oxycodone. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Better.
Complete thread -- unrelenting
Complete thread -- ???unrelated???
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Extreme ____ pain of the right inferolateral b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with SMAS and (SMAS = superficial musculoaponeurotic system)
Complete thread -- Lastly, I would proceed with a cervicofacial rhytidectomy ____ platysm ...
Complete thread -- this is assuming a lot of things. There are not multiple processes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- removed off the patient's
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Complete thread -- Further inspection revealed that there were no lesions amenable to sur ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "a quick ___ view of the patient's etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like "quickened"? view
Complete thread -- The anterior commissure laryngoscope afforded a ____ of the patient’s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- then taped
Complete thread -- General anesthesia was induced with a size #5 microlaryngoscopy tube w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sore throat, so he was told he needed his
Complete thread -- This is a 26-year-old patient referred for tonsillar hypertrophy, slee ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It is certainly possible...and makes sense...If you hear it, use it. IMO
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- for #1 i m hearing constant tonsil and throat infections, at least....
Complete thread -- #2 ??per year. This often requires etc??
Complete thread -- I agree about #1, and #2 sounds like "often"
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "throat"
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 8-year-old Caucasian male with recurrent chron ...
Complete thread -- I think the multiple processes of upload and download the file
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. Thanks Q
Complete thread -- Is he saying "as well as that the patient is using a cane..etc" ??
Complete thread -- I'd flag of course, but Epril is ingrediate of Enalapril
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- they must have figured it out or flagged it as your made great suggestions
Complete thread -- thanks for your thoughts
Complete thread -- could have been!
Complete thread -- well, i hope we helped to some degree.
Complete thread -- got it...coached her on inhaler technique
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- oooh, thats bad. I can't get a thing out of this.
Complete thread -- Explained inhaler technique to her and _______ and Tudorza inhaler technique
Complete thread -- can't listen to the WAV but based on prior answer maybe enbrel?
Complete thread -- the open mouth view is done to visualized the odontoid process
Complete thread -- agree - centripetal obesity
Complete thread -- but, I do find "open mouth view"
Complete thread -- all I find is odontoid, transverse, or uncinate process, nothing ending in "ary"
Complete thread -- Cervical spine x-ray. ESL doc
Complete thread -- I find Epril, but that drug is in Switzerland, so nevermind...
Complete thread -- Just so you know Questyr=Q (I write my full name so if I
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops...here's the link
Complete thread -- Here is an electrophysiology book which shows infrahisian and intrahisian...so you
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- possibly centripetally (see link)
Complete thread -- here is the paragraph..
Complete thread -- Turns out Dorland's also shows intrahisian and intra-Hisian...so we
Complete thread -- most of weight sen-trip-a-ly...nm any suggestions
Complete thread -- Epilim, Ezetrol,____, insulin, Lipex, Neurontin, Felodur, Bicor, Micardis, Avanza, Ro
Complete thread -- pardon me - 'infrahisian' is what I meant (not intra-)
Complete thread -- Q- can you check on preferred spelling? I've spelled it intrahisian, but maybe I'm wrong.
Complete thread -- This Medtronic link makes comment about "insufficient telemetry" as
Complete thread -- See if this is what you are looking for ...infra-Hisian... (see link)
Complete thread -- Also consider punctuation editing to: (see message)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with subsequent normal ___ of ejection fraction"
Complete thread -- first degree AV block. *inefficient* telemetry reveals
Complete thread -- severe *infra histine* conduction disease
Complete thread -- tachycardia induced with subsequent ______ ejection fraction, chronic left bundle
Complete thread -- so do you think what you hear when you push listent to Mp3 is different
Complete thread -- Wonder if it might be fasteners.
Complete thread -- some kind of staple?
Complete thread -- open ___(ends in s/l 'ers') or sutures pls sm
Complete thread -- maybe misinterpreted, I meant the process from one sound source to another (to here)
Complete thread -- I like this one better, yep
Complete thread -- a guess intra intimal
Complete thread -- Thank you! i just couldn't get it, and now it's so clear!
Complete thread -- intractable ?
Complete thread -- S/L intrantimal nausea
Complete thread -- How did you come to that conclusion? What I posted was what I hear.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a ball-tip feeler to palpate ?
Complete thread -- I then used ____ and confirm bony walls intact. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Tactile
Complete thread -- I used a high-speed drill to make a pilot hole in bilateral L4 and use ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- stamped into the?
Complete thread -- I then inserted sequential trial and then selected an 8 mm banana cage ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pars on the right side and (short for pars interarticularis)
Complete thread -- I then took down the ____ performed complete facetectomy of L4-L5 on t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 She corrects "from S1-S2" to "at S1-S2. If anything, this can provide the patient etc"
Complete thread -- #1 At this point I didn't feel that it..etc
Complete thread -- I then proceeded to cut the cord connecting the L5 screw to the S1 scr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "autografted"
Complete thread -- I then inserted the Jamshidi needle and aspirated a total of 10 mL of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with Dynesys. (same word as before)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- yw. just tried with denisis and didn't work, so I just lucked out, hah.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 64-year-old female who previously underwent L5 to S2 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dynesys ?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. L4-L5 spinal stenosis. 2. L4-L5 spondy ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- extruded ?
Complete thread -- I proceeded to open up the posterior longitudinal ligament and immedia ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- secondary to a contained disk/disc herniation
Complete thread -- I then gently retracted the S1 nerve root and thecal sac which appeare ...
Complete thread -- But looks like the post was 3 hours ago. Ok for archives though.
Complete thread -- Good one. Yes, "a taxane" is probably it (Taxotere is docetaxel).
Complete thread -- s/l ataxane= A taxane =taxanes = paclitaxel and docetaxel sm
Complete thread -- Taxotere?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking the speed and sound is different on OPs end. Way too garbled most of time nm
Complete thread -- PT with breast cancer given Adriamycin, Cytoxan, and SL Ataxane? at 175 mg/m2
Complete thread -- slowing it down really distorts. Posted actual speed
Complete thread -- no idea what is being said, not one word
Complete thread -- Tonsillectomy, appendectomy, left knee replacement, thyroidectomy, _________
Complete thread -- thanks for explaining for me mejecd...that was correct interpretation
Complete thread -- occult?
Complete thread -- :) yw.
Complete thread -- Duh. That makes sense. I was thinking the MRI had been done and dictator was giving
Complete thread -- appears (to be) precluded = prevented, not able to be performed
Complete thread -- Not sure how an MRI could appear "precluded." Could it be "preoccluded"?
Complete thread -- Whole body PET scan revealed no PET CT evidence for a S/L allig? malignancy
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks for listening lb
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- slight ___ amount of weakness? no idea...
Complete thread -- I can't go in front of the s/l because it is the patient's name.
Complete thread -- you may even want to put a little longer mp3 up so as to get a feel for his speech :)
Complete thread -- thanks for listening. Will leave it open in case anyone else has a suggestion.
Complete thread -- got it! Last menstrual period was July 7, 2015.
Complete thread -- sorry, I listened and I have no idea. What I think I hear makes not sense "femur"
Complete thread -- 1 blank in vital signs
Complete thread -- Slight _______ weakness in the legs. Slight benefit, has a reduction..
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Norflex
Complete thread -- This patient’s ___________ is proving effective. He does not require a refill....
Complete thread -- fairly?
Complete thread -- dictator did spell it correctly but can always double check google or other places
Complete thread -- Thank you. She spelled it Councill, though.
Complete thread -- Thanks :)
Complete thread -- parturition
Complete thread -- Normal pregnancy, normal parchuissue, without postpartum problems.
Complete thread -- maybe just what comes with the council catheter kit... Council cutter.
Complete thread -- Sounds like *Councill* cutter
Complete thread -- It was read by Dr. ____ as “unusual configuration of the ...
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Complete thread -- As a passenger,
Complete thread -- She was riding in a go-kart and the kart hit a manhole. ____ she was ...
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Complete thread -- group's office on Oglethorpe
Complete thread -- She states that several years ago, she had an examination at the ophth ...
Complete thread -- NM. Need to flag and move on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- CT Brain: Frontal lobe edema is noted. A s/l flaily marked mass effect is noted. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr Horatio Cabasares Perry GA (general surgeon)
Complete thread -- She states her history began back in February 2012 when she had a larg ...
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Complete thread -- a factor in a failure
Complete thread -- It is now felt that the large abdominal panniculus and its weight are ...
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Complete thread -- toxicity
Complete thread -- The patient was asked to look for signs of local anesthetic ____. The ...
Complete thread -- dang, that was a good one (again) BB "smile"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- As this was lifted.....abdominal wall, we came up
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- After this was done, standard abdominoplasty incision was made down th ...
Complete thread -- on the E. faecalis.
Complete thread -- Susceptibilities were not obtained on the s/l EPK list. TIA!
Complete thread -- I have one doc that says "the cecum is seen as a blind-ending sac"...
Complete thread -- I usually hear cecal opening or just ileocecal valve. ?
Complete thread -- Thanks guys - I listened again and can't hear bud or bulb...
Complete thread -- another good one, Q
Complete thread -- In the find box, click on the word bulb and it will highlight it for you.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "cecal bulb" (see link)?
Complete thread -- I find some hits for cecal bud. ??
Complete thread -- cecal butt?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q! That was good info. Next time I will edit as you suggested.
Complete thread -- A bit complex, but here's my take ...Stedman's Oncology
Complete thread -- never mind - I have to upload and I'm not using the hyphen. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I do see "breast self-exam" with the hyphen, but I'm still thinking not for self-breast
Complete thread -- just checking -- "she does self breast exams" (no need to hyphenate "self-breast"
Complete thread -- I hear possible primary repair and nerve graft
Complete thread -- I'm thinking s/l "gave" = save the posterior aspect of ethmoid.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think subclinical would work sm
Complete thread -- typo...+ symbol in my message should have been a close parenthesis ")"
Complete thread -- I thought so. :)
Complete thread -- Yes. "to our liking" means he/they were pleased with the result of whatever
Complete thread -- yes - "to our liking" is an idiom that fits here.
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Taking the screw down, this brought the plate down to the bone *to our liking*
Complete thread -- identified and a *sub linical* arthrotomy
Complete thread -- a crotch is just a junction where 2 structures meet, so seems OK if that's what you hear.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Going up into the superior portion of the middle meatus at the *crotch* of the middle
Complete thread -- right-angle knife?
Complete thread -- will anatomically on the left side *gave* the posterior aspect of the ethmoid
Complete thread -- Excess septal cartilage on the floor was removed with a *writing all* knife. Flaps w
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- primary repair of his nerve path?
Complete thread -- ____ nerve graft?
Complete thread -- plan of repair of _______ after all risks, benefits, alternatives
Complete thread -- late registering to care
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- never mind, I do hear late. late register ___ care
Complete thread -- I hear rate, not late, and register something
Complete thread -- gestation late ______ care, postdates induction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will save it for future reference.
Complete thread -- I hear that too
Complete thread -- flaking some ?
Complete thread -- We then went to the medial compartment. There was a large chondral de ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dressing
Complete thread -- The skin was reapproximated with a 4-0 subcuticular Vicryl suture. Be ...
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Complete thread -- Scarpa's fascia
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Having completed this, the area was insufflated with 0.5% Marcaine sol ...
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- When they say something like "half inch" you should not
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. is he saying "wrapped"?
Complete thread -- testicle right up
Complete thread -- The cord structures were wrapped with a 0.5-inch Penrose drain. I the ...
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Complete thread -- I saw both, but it seems orchialgia is used most.
Complete thread -- in stedman orchalgia also there. should i write orchialgia (syn)?
Complete thread -- typo orchialgia
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- orchalgia
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right ____. 2. Right chronic epididymi ...
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Complete thread -- paired wire
Complete thread -- The stone was fragmented into many small pieces. A ____ stone basket ...
Complete thread -- Check out "pure sylvian avm."
Complete thread -- btw Thanks.
Complete thread -- It makes sense. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- chance of
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- As jack said, comma goes inside in the U.S. (see link, item 3a)
Complete thread -- 8 mg
Complete thread -- Zofran
Complete thread -- Did you mean the comma after mycins? It goes inside the quotation mark, if in the U.S.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- link for meds used with Raynaud
Complete thread -- I decided on first example. thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. Don't hear "para" in there anywhere. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Positive for aspirin, “mycins", Motrin.. or: aspirin, "mycins," Motrin?
Complete thread -- ahh, but now good for next time, it will come up again with this patient
Complete thread -- wondering if gabepentin was used as a neuralgia type sympton (nerve pain) sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sorry it was late. I just came to this site.
Complete thread -- typo...although I do note (not 'I do not')
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows prefix "para" can mean "near or about" ...so an
Complete thread -- Yes, I see lots of perisylvian but not parasylvian, but he's clearly saying para, not peri
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was actually questioning parasylvian, but he says later that the patient had a
Complete thread -- I meant to add...I also find perisylvian AVM...see link
Complete thread -- sylvian AVM googles well (see link)..left would indicate which side...I'd use it
Complete thread -- Patient with "left parasylvian AVM." Quite clear but doesn't google well. Would
Complete thread -- Trying again..Wonder if you are hearing "parathyroid" (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I sent it in tho ...
Complete thread -- w
Complete thread -- This article talks about investigation of gabapentin CAUSING Raynaud's. However
Complete thread -- anti-Yo and anti-Hu?
Complete thread -- experiencing weakness, which is attributed to s/l hydoric hypercalcemia. TIA!
Complete thread -- I think they use gabapentin for Raynaud's
Complete thread -- I hear what you hear...and considered both gabapentin and carbapenem...only I could not
Complete thread -- it sounds like "carbapentin 300 mg" wondering if she is meaning gabapentin?
Complete thread -- here is PMH
Complete thread -- 1 blank on med list
Complete thread -- s/l anti-EO and anti-U blood work.
Complete thread -- Thanks much!! I think you are correct.
Complete thread -- I wonder if the doc could be correcting self: pand-eye uhh candi...
Complete thread -- No, I didn't change my screen name! LOL!
Complete thread -- Found Candibactin-BR® (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l pand-eye candy bactim
Complete thread -- Yes, that was my thinking. So unsure.
Complete thread -- I think it is M/L Taper prosthesis - but I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- glad someone got it.
Complete thread -- Their web page has it as Zimmer M/L Taper Hip Prosthesis
Complete thread -- ML Taper Prosthesis or ML taper prosthesis
Complete thread -- okay thanks
Complete thread -- possible degenerative progressive meniscus tear
Complete thread -- suggests a possible ________ of progressive meniscus tear. You think the blank
Complete thread -- sorry forgot the "progressive" after degenerative
Complete thread -- a possible degenerative meniscus tear
Complete thread -- dang..I was counting on you lb! Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- a possibility ... (can't get the next word though)
Complete thread -- oops...progressing meniscus tear, and I am
Complete thread -- compared to excellent benefit on the right, suggests a possible ________ of
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Yes, I think the punctuation is right on this one.
Complete thread -- I'd get rid of teh 1st period and make a new sentence of "There is a tender...
Complete thread -- My take, s/l strump is likely slurring "it is sensible to "start" (makes sense)
Complete thread -- does my original OP text make more sense or does this one? I moved period but uncertain
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- thank you. It also seems like (to me) that I do not have periods in correct places, what
Complete thread -- s/l he changed his mind from upper aspect & said superior instead
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing correctly, unsure if doctor is correcting self or what
Complete thread -- Capalaba (?)
Complete thread -- found it Capalaba QLD
Complete thread -- I will see him again at ____ in a couple of months with the above investigatio
Complete thread -- awesome! Thank you b k l o l i!!!
Complete thread -- insulin, initiated him on NovoMix
Complete thread -- I have pushed his evening dose of insulin ____ NovoMix at a dose of 50 units in the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "ventricular tachycardia slash (presume he wants a period) The patient
Complete thread -- tachycardiac/_______ coronary artery bypass grafting ______. Advised
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- see link and see if it fits
Complete thread -- Is this correct?
Complete thread -- I have a land line that came with my xfinity pkg but always use my cell. :)
Complete thread -- thanks - I was wondering.
Complete thread -- Actually he's saying deprivation clearly, to my ears at least.
Complete thread -- Right. So he used the incorrect word. I had been listening for deprivation. Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l desperation=deprivation( being deprive of estrogen)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Was testing my cell phone, to see if I could post from it. As demonstrated above, I can do
Complete thread -- s/l estrogen desperation clearly. Not very successful in Googling
Complete thread -- ah, cud be
Complete thread -- xxx
Complete thread -- nevermind, I got it. :) intermittent Humalog in there as well also
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks a lot, I think I can hear that.
Complete thread -- I like this.
Complete thread -- this is error I get when I try to click on link
Complete thread -- This may not help, but you never know. See link for electrodes
Complete thread -- maybe it is in your computer's memory - I get an expired page when I click it.
Complete thread -- I bet he is talking about an eletrode, something 2... Thinking
Complete thread -- worked when I just clicked on it?
Complete thread -- not certain what he says
Complete thread -- sometimes you hear "medium amplitude" ?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- it did not work, link is expired, which is same issue I always have when I try to post too
Complete thread -- nevre mind, the other one says collection bag
Complete thread -- EEG report, 2 blanks
Complete thread -- but I think this is not so much a "pee collection" bag - it says:
Complete thread -- here ya go- (link)
Complete thread -- it is on trademark site but all say abandoned status cannot remember how to post live link
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- I think it is just generic (by googling) since "wee" is a child's "pee"
Complete thread -- I've never heard of a "wee bag", and my searches just come up with "Pee-Wee" bags.
Complete thread -- is "wee bag" all lowercase or is it Wee Bag?
Complete thread -- change to ruborous
Complete thread -- I thought about it, but I had nothing to offer. Sorry!
Complete thread -- Okay, gotta send this. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Any thoughts at all?
Complete thread -- She later says, "Again, it is not hot to touch." I think she means rubor...
Complete thread -- Nurse practitioner dictating. I think making up word... SM please
Complete thread -- you're right! The patient is not really getting *into* a neurologist. I missed it.
Complete thread -- but I think it should be "in to" a neurologist, not "into."
Complete thread -- Tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- We may need to look at getting her into a neurologist.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- If so, the patient then can be considered for revision but given arthr ...
Complete thread -- A bleeding bony bed was created and no tourniquet was utilized. The i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Best to flag...I still can't get it. Sorry,
Complete thread -- Loose body removal, extensive debridement of left shoulder, capsulorrh ...
Complete thread -- thanks. flagging.
Complete thread -- What procedure(s) being done?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I don't hear that.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i m hearing "we entered the subacromial space
Complete thread -- ????reproduced????
Complete thread -- We had also evaluated the cuff from the undersurface and found we clos ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to ___ the previous cinch knot
Complete thread -- #2 pull one tight and passed a cinch knot just in case this occurred to
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 pull one tight and passed a cinch knot just in case (lost the
Complete thread -- simple suture and then got excellent compression of the bony fragment ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- 3. supposed to go in its native bed (this is correction of my suggestion above)
Complete thread -- found that through our mainpulation of the arm, she did
Complete thread -- We then placed the scope back intraarticularly and found the ____ mani ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- *I got good adherence here. We also etc*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. last sentence correct?
Complete thread -- some documentation:Hill-Sachs lesions are typically described as engaging or non-engaging
Complete thread -- regarding the ** area (sm)
Complete thread -- where it needs to be
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as shaver and electrocautery, placed 2 FiberTape in this area and then ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "tremendous, did not appear to ? dramatically and"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- , did not appear to engage dramatically,
Complete thread -- She had a slight Hill-Sachs lesion but nothing tremendous ____ and no ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "Debrided the bony etc".
Complete thread -- I found that too...and it is for hypertension (which the patient
Complete thread -- This was documented by arthroscopic photos ____ bony Bankart lesion ba ...
Complete thread -- thanks. He said it just like I posted, with pauses where I placed the hyphens...
Complete thread -- Couldn't find anything close to your s/l.
Complete thread -- Aspirin, omeprazole, potassium, s/l tran-slap-pril, verapamil, meclizine.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I hear "annealed the frayed fibers".. also at the end I hear "any bleeding"
Complete thread -- It overall looked good but had some fraying in the posterior horn of t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- photos. Debrided the meniscal tear down to a...etc
Complete thread -- We identified this and documented by arthroscopic photos ____ meniscal ...
Complete thread -- Entering the medial compartment he
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- This is for #3
Complete thread -- I think I hear "flipped"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 I hear "Entering the medial compartment"
Complete thread -- consistent with a ?
Complete thread -- Upon entrance into the knee, moderate fluid came forth. Patellofemora ...
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- The sound on mine is so bad I can't even tell if he says PCL or ACL..I'm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- any should be anyone
Complete thread -- any think that disruption might be being corrected to "he had ACL
Complete thread -- Me either.
Complete thread -- no idea, sorry
Complete thread -- thanks. I'm thinking it might be shunt, but I didn't give you enough context to figure
Complete thread -- can't hear that, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Minimal definitions I find for strump would not fit this context. Off hand I
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. did that. good riddance!
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating theater and placed under genera ...
Complete thread -- it is sensible to *s/l strump* the patient preprocedure.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- you want the *how to delete it* info I found? (sm)
Complete thread -- I think poi is right about "in continuity", but still think "in" not "and"
Complete thread -- FF does that for me too - and also sometimes fills in my posts if they start the same way
Complete thread -- will do
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense..."the connected whole"
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it is: (but don't use them unless you hear them)
Complete thread -- darn, didn't work for me either (on test 3, when just putting in p)
Complete thread -- its a matter of hasty choice. lots of auto complete entries in name field.
Complete thread -- coil embolization of the lumbar vessels s/l in continuity with endoleak. TIA!
Complete thread -- sorry about that...I just have said more than just test. I know the
Complete thread -- test 2
Complete thread -- sorry. "this correct" a mistake, instead of "guy"
Complete thread -- fluff - O good, I thought I was going deaf! LOL
Complete thread -- my bad. Guy was telling my on facebook how he only has
Complete thread -- How does "test" fit in?
Complete thread -- test
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as a margin for the
Complete thread -- The medial and lateral portions of the aponeurosis were not advanced a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think you're right..I missed that word
Complete thread -- tissue advancement?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2. Apex
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot and hats off.
Complete thread -- I hear "The Washington Monument-shaped"
Complete thread -- This was debulked on the inferior margin. Approximately 1 cm of tissu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- firm tissue was
Complete thread -- The proximal stump was excised and the actual initial gap was 8 cm, bu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- falx? falx cerebri?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "paratenon" in the s/l, but can't be sure and can't
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The paratenon of the
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- I hear "heel and Achilles region." (not tendon)
Complete thread -- There was fibrosis of the subcutaneous and deep fascial tissue junctio ...
Complete thread -- If you ever find out, do let us know...you've peaked my curiosity.
Complete thread -- not that either, but thanks very much for trying. I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- he dictated "open parenthesis" and "close parenthesis" and is quite clear about where
Complete thread -- were kept as one envelope.....undermined or resected
Complete thread -- An interval was created at this level. The superficial fascia and ski ...
Complete thread -- clivus?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- heel
Complete thread -- Attention was directed to posterior aspect of the right ____ and gastr ...
Complete thread -- The only thing I can suggest is that the possibility
Complete thread -- she's right, I missed the "foam" previously.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Foam padding (shins not chins)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- All areas were padded and the limbs were placed in anatomically safe p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing cast instead of cotton.
Complete thread -- I will order a contrast scan prior to surgery.
Complete thread -- I did and that's what it sounds like to me too.
Complete thread -- thanks, but I can't hear that either.
Complete thread -- What is the sentence following your s/l?
Complete thread -- vomer? vault?
Complete thread -- thanks, but the V in the beginning is pretty clear
Complete thread -- Q, could you take a listen to this and give your opinion?
Complete thread -- perhaps sulci (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- over several layers of cotton padding on the?
Complete thread -- no gross bony changes that I can see in the *s/l vulsa*. tia
Complete thread -- On this date, this patient was deemed an appropriate candidate for sur ...
Complete thread -- I don't know. Because I have my head up my a__ tonight?
Complete thread -- why would you think that? why wouldn't it just mean end?
Complete thread -- terminus-Latin likely meaning border in this instance.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with a hemostat at its proximal terminus.
Complete thread -- The FDL tendon was also identified and isolated with hemostat to deter ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yes, that's the one. Thanks. Will use IE again then.
Complete thread -- adhered
Complete thread -- I can hear your wav file...if you are talking about the one Q answered
Complete thread -- The long flexor tendon was identified at the base of the proximal phal ...
Complete thread -- I heard the same but wasn't sure. Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- So embarrased. I meant to post below. Sorry
Complete thread -- I am unable to hear my own vf, I guess due to using Firefox?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Hi. I must have by accident posted the incorrect vf? I will repost. THanks
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "throughout the case" ??
Complete thread -- throughout the case
Complete thread -- This incision was deepened to the level of the superficial fascia and ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Cord pattern"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- about 25 degrees at the MP joint of the ring finger. __________ was primarily central
Complete thread -- looks like they have a cute spelling PhysioLogics®
Complete thread -- did find this
Complete thread -- s/l physiologic iron
Complete thread -- My baaad. Merriam Webster shows it both ways.
Complete thread -- Thank u
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- annular
Complete thread -- no caps - appears to be a name given to general walk in clinics
Complete thread -- rootlet
Complete thread -- annular or annulus?
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Convenient Care or convenient care?
Complete thread -- NM. out of phase
Complete thread -- patient had a bradycardic episode when he seemed to be s/l outfaced with ventilator.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- thanks Q, I think you got it!
Complete thread -- maybe ??acetyl L-carnitine??
Complete thread -- #2 ??L-carnitine??
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b turmeric
Complete thread -- multivitamin with iron and calcium, folic acid, _______ tumeric, L-glutamine, _______
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- incurring? including?
Complete thread -- I can't quite hear that, any other thoughts?
Complete thread -- ok, thanks so much
Complete thread -- makes sense to me - 43 is pretty young for a stroke, and the workup is probably different
Complete thread -- observation, for MRI, and stroke workup *of the young* which I will order.
Complete thread -- in June with (?)
Complete thread -- lare of his bipolar disease requiring hospital admission ____ cannabis withdrawal
Complete thread -- Yes...... Thank you!
Complete thread -- all I hear is "about future" (I don't hear 'further')..also, in case
Complete thread -- Might be Skin Affix (see link)
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you-I was leaning towards up-lipping as well
Complete thread -- Skin *effects or FX* was placed over the incision (product used after suturing?)
Complete thread -- "lipping" is a term I've heard with lumbar spine imaging, so I think up-lipping is okay.
Complete thread -- anyone hear "about further future visits?"
Complete thread -- MRI lumbar spine
Complete thread -- we have recently had clarification from the hospital ____ future clinic visits.
Complete thread -- I found gooseneck snare technique but that's hardly your s/l
Complete thread -- can you hear "Seldinger technique" in there at all?
Complete thread -- ESL doc placing a Mediport. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I am relieved...this was usage in a different context.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for more info!
Complete thread -- and it was a labrum question
Complete thread -- here you go
Complete thread -- drig s/l lo tra dol
Complete thread -- Poi, can you provide the link to the actual question I was answering with
Complete thread -- see radiology link...they show it as "superior and inferior ramus fractures". You
Complete thread -- Why don't you just provide answer huh. I stand pat.
Complete thread -- I guess it wasn't BOS, but here is the Q link (second paragraph)
Complete thread -- I know Q was able to answer the hyphen question with something from
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you
Complete thread -- gah..I'm horrible at this. but, he's saying fracture so ramus fits? i dont know (in my
Complete thread -- no and no
Complete thread -- superior inferior pubic ramus fracture - Would you make that plural? use a hyphen?
Complete thread -- viscidity was already suggested (and it does not just mean sputum/saliva)
Complete thread -- unsure on s/l might? be viscidity (thick sticky sputum/saliva)
Complete thread -- myoclonus discharge (sudden jerks) I'd flag unless can post a voice file sm
Complete thread -- thanks to all
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon... or something synchronous discharge ?
Complete thread -- asynchronous discharge
Complete thread -- myokymic
Complete thread -- EMG-some kind of discharge
Complete thread -- EMG-some kind of discharge
Complete thread -- maybe viscidity
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- a slight hint of *something-idity" - can't get that last word
Complete thread -- fractured knee repair?
Complete thread -- length with only slight ____. Subsequently
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Significant for history of fractured ______.
Complete thread -- passive?
Complete thread -- Has lost interest in life. _________ suicidality present
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I hear that too
Complete thread -- decreased acromiohumeral space ?
Complete thread -- The patient had a partial acromioplasty due to the decrease of ____ sp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "seb K" ? for seborrheic keratosis, is my guess.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- sorry - I fell asleep. If it sounds right to you, go for it.
Complete thread -- Enlarging slightly pigmented lesion of the left forearm, ____ versus S ...
Complete thread -- you should refresh the page. current wav is there now.
Complete thread -- *old one
Complete thread -- I still hear the oldone
Complete thread -- current wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks - I meant the wav after that though
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- did you take the wav down? I wanted to listen again to see if I could hear rasping for all
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it's a mess that second time especially, but I actually think he means rasping all 3 times
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- 2. rasping
Complete thread -- 2. rasping
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Our operative plan in this patient was taking down the dorsal hump uti ...
Complete thread -- Georgia
Complete thread -- A stair-step columellar incision was now carried out on the columella ...
Complete thread -- :) when I got one account that is in GA, I was expecting and hoping to hear more like
Complete thread -- oops - southern - and sorry for the double post
Complete thread -- America's a big place. I meant where in the US. sounds southeren
Complete thread -- America's a big place. I meant where in the US. sounds southeren
Complete thread -- that's what I thought and was searching with. could you give a couple sentences after?
Complete thread -- i love his accent too. :). he is from America.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Rhinoplasty, open technique.
Complete thread -- no idea, but where is this guy from? I love his accent!
Complete thread -- what's the procedure?
Complete thread -- The dissection was carried out up to the radix of the nose and slightl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- musculotendinous junction
Complete thread -- #1 tear #2 back closer
Complete thread -- The patient had a posterior component of the ___ as well that was ____ ...
Complete thread -- not a problem..wrong is wrong. I was able to message him privately
Complete thread -- I only did it because I didn't want Guy to misunderstand, not
Complete thread -- thanks for correction of my typo, only meant to correct addition of THE
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- but it's intercondylar, not intra.
Complete thread -- 0.045
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- The superior aspect of the joint which was displaced and too small to ...
Complete thread -- good on LB...I had listened to this and thought I heard neuro too..but this makes much
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't think it is necessary
Complete thread -- coma before mallet finger?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient had procedure concluded?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Good range of motion was noted. Good stability was evident. The pati ...
Complete thread -- was THE intracondylar notch
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- area of ...three-fourths
Complete thread -- The primary _____ pathology was intercondylar notch where the ACL rupt ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- limits, the patellofemoral joint to be clean.
Complete thread -- Once the anteromedial portal was established, evaluation of the joint ...
Complete thread -- Good going.
Complete thread -- cyclodialysis spatula
Complete thread -- just for clarification, I mean to post this above, but either way, it
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- oops...posterior to the ...as poi posted
Complete thread -- #2 posterior
Complete thread -- #2. posterior to the
Complete thread -- #1 "on the temporal side. Then cyclodialysis ____ was used" (I think)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he is dictating this
Complete thread -- The same procedure was repeated in the temple side. Then, ____ was us ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- inner edge of the eye?
Complete thread -- oops..ignore this
Complete thread -- in the center of the field??
Complete thread -- One 10-0 Prolene suture on a CIF needle was used to enter the eye and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Think I hear "in the center of the pupil"
Complete thread -- #2 ??found to be mobile.??
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ??in the center of the __?__??
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- As regards blank, I can't get it...sorry.
Complete thread -- With irrigation, we placed the anterior paracentesis port. A limited ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- intraarticular? Maybe intraocular.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: 1. Repositioning of intraarticular lens. 2. ...
Complete thread -- What procedure is being performed?
Complete thread -- Then, a 20-gauge MVR blade was inserted and used to enter the eye. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- peritomy to bare sclera was performed (I think)
Complete thread -- Wait, I think there is more... let me check
Complete thread -- He just spells peritomy
Complete thread -- Lid speculum was placed in left eye. Conjunctival peritomy ____ was p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Did notice the syndesmosis was intact, however, upon...
Complete thread -- sorry, that lateral should be medial...
Complete thread -- I did find 2 chondral loose bodies along the lateral gutter in between ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Over the anterior and medial portal, it was just lateral...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Over the....
Complete thread -- made a tiny incision over this and spread and dissected down to the capsule.
Complete thread -- Once it entered the joint, I then made our incision ____ capsule ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- retractors both medially and laterally about this.
Complete thread -- I identified where the sheath attached on the radial tuberosity. I th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hook
Complete thread -- he was attempting to crank a boat onto his trailer when he felt a seve ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- maximum IOP, Pmax
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestion. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- I saw D(max) too, didnt research it. showertime for me. gnite
Complete thread -- maybe ... see link
Complete thread -- Tmax is 22 in the right eye. Question is what is Tmax? TIA!
Complete thread -- agree - I just wanted it there for the archives in case someone stumbles across that
Complete thread -- The one posted a day and a half ago? Time to move on.
Complete thread -- sorry, this was supposed to be in response to a thread way down on the page.
Complete thread -- disagree - PVCs can come in couplets. my cardiologist will often dictate, "There were x
Complete thread -- Yes! You were right on all of it. TYSM!
Complete thread -- ...gag (reflex) is intact?
Complete thread -- uvula central, ____ intact.
Complete thread -- tongue is central and uvula s/l sintrillic act is intact. TIA!
Complete thread -- What are you trying to say -- that I'm old??
Complete thread -- hmm. old term, i guess, huh? Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- writer - as in the author/dictator of this report
Complete thread -- what the OP hears is "vancyclovir" and OP already said "I find.. valacyclovir..."
Complete thread -- mental health therapist, referring to herself as a "rider?"
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- symptoms of systemic illness whatsoever
Complete thread -- not certain what he is saying
Complete thread -- valacyclovir (Valtrex) treatment of shingles, cold sores, genital herpes.
Complete thread -- I hear ... changes from full stop to comma but no pedal edema.
Complete thread -- Could be that. Ganciclovir is used for CMV retinitis. The OP didnt give us enough info
Complete thread -- ganciclovir ?
Complete thread -- , but no pitting edema.
Complete thread -- he does have some asterixis _____.
Complete thread -- Can you do a wav or mp3?
Complete thread -- No doubt mispronouncing it. no way to tell. I'd have to flag that where I work.
Complete thread -- Med for zoster... *vancyclovir*? I find acyclovir, valacyclovir and famciclovir. SM
Complete thread -- Not sure...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Holy cow! I would have never gotten that! Thank you poi!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- hahahaha - but, seriously, i hear "abortive" in there.
Complete thread -- reported spike in wave?
Complete thread -- is he just stumbling over vasectomy?
Complete thread -- some mild wasting at the thenar eminence
Complete thread -- S/l Vaso-select-tomy
Complete thread -- unfortunately this is slowed WAAAAY down, any more distorts audio severely
Complete thread -- There is some wasting of ____
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- opacification
Complete thread -- CT angiogram two days later showed no residual ___ of the treated anterior communicat
Complete thread -- perhaps "endonasal area, between the eyes, as well as ..." ?
Complete thread -- around the endonasal area *between the eyes* as well as along the lateral nasal
Complete thread -- near resection is what I hear
Complete thread -- or awaited
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he could possibly be mushing it all together I guess lol! :)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "neural dissection" ??
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- yes, google uterine sound
Complete thread -- Not the best phrasing, but the meaning is understood. I would give it to him. IMO
Complete thread -- the cooling down period was *waited*. The balloon was
Complete thread -- The uterus was *sounded to be top* normal in size.
Complete thread -- could it be "loose body" again said really fast?
Complete thread -- Knee diagnosis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No hyphen for "previously marked" (BoS2, page 92) ...OneLook
Complete thread -- i didn't even notice that (or the one above). good catch
Complete thread -- my take -- perichondrium "form around" the tissue
Complete thread -- typo ? need to cap Prolene
Complete thread -- typo? Exam of her back ..... on the leg
Complete thread -- on a stretch
Complete thread -- then placed on a _______ and a skin-only
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- sebum is maybe what he means? (makes more sense than sebus)
Complete thread -- s/l sebus....see inside
Complete thread -- dissected with its perichondrium *form its* around the tissue
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- both
Complete thread -- We have discussed ____ a lower body lift as procedure of choice initia ...
Complete thread -- imo, Dr. Barnes' Medi-Weightloss system
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Barnes, see link for rest
Complete thread -- She joined Dr. ____ in weight loss system in 2014 and has lost 120 pou ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ellipse
Complete thread -- She and her husband have chosen the 560 cc implant and we will plan to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- in the ones in the
Complete thread -- I hear "in the ones in the armpit area"
Complete thread -- She comes back today stating that she has some more swelling _____ in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- BTW...he SAYS miliar (trying to make adjective), but since I
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Kelly W. Toler, PA-C (see link)
Complete thread -- unable to find this
Complete thread -- See link, 1st paragraph
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops...meant epidermal (not epidural)
Complete thread -- from what I found on googling, milia are epidural inclusion cysts...I saw
Complete thread -- milia "or" inclusion cysts?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- milia....also note s/b cysts (plural)
Complete thread -- She has some small ____ inclusion cyst in both upper eyelids that are ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.nm
Complete thread -- oh ok. Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- school ball in itself is not a sport...it is a location....as opposed to
Complete thread -- i too am hearing it. never heard of such a sport though.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "school ball"
Complete thread -- also, I would put a comma before "and" but JMO
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She is a very active softball player and is just now starting ____ tha ...
Complete thread -- Perhaps this is what is being referred to...and if so...it would be nasal sinus (see link)
Complete thread -- attention was turned toward the nose. Sterile saline was used for nas ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- As a procedure, neither choice makes sense. Get into the
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Recurrent tonsillitis. 2. Chronic rhin ...
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble even supporting either phrase. I think I need more info. Would
Complete thread -- imo, you were on the right track with the comma after evening.
Complete thread -- whici is correct? Nasal sinus displacement or Nasosinus displacement.
Complete thread -- Lexapro (escitalopram) for GI prophylaxis?? sm
Complete thread -- you are correct...that is what I hear now too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i m hearing "and threaded them through a"
Complete thread -- put it in through a
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. in patient list, it is 62. thanks.
Complete thread -- Two sutures were packed in a mattress fashion of the cuff and tied usi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a 60-year-old... a proximal humerus fracture?
Complete thread -- a proximal humerus fracture
Complete thread -- This is a 62-year-old female who injured her right shoulder about a ye ...
Complete thread -- Agree with
Complete thread -- 3-beat wide complex tachycardia
Complete thread -- PVCs and couplets is correct
Complete thread -- liver lesion?
Complete thread -- nevermind, got it - cribriform
Complete thread -- s/l kreplee (ESL)
Complete thread -- Yippee!
Complete thread -- Try Drugs@FDA or another reliable source and you won't find a "Cilium" listed.
Complete thread -- have a Snoopy dance on me!
Complete thread -- good one Q. I was trying to hear bilateral atrial but just couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if he's actually saying "biatrial enlargement"
Complete thread -- oh for heaven's sake, I know what cilium/cilia is. you apparently are the one who didn't
Complete thread -- Mild LV dysfunction was noted. Bilateral ______ enlargement with normal pulmonary
Complete thread -- wrong context though cilia, plural of cilium "eyelid, eyelash
Complete thread -- someone posted below "lesion" or obviously dilated duct, and I can hear that now too.
Complete thread -- Couldn't get it before, can't get it now, but I hear possible wall thickening (instead of
Complete thread -- you mean 431,000 and that's because cilium is the singular of cilia
Complete thread -- Abdominal CAT scan showed no __________ or obviously dilated duct
Complete thread -- No so, I see about 43,000 hits and pronounced cil·i·um
Complete thread -- Suggestion to OP with surg reports today. a great help book link
Complete thread -- there was a thread while back where several posts lamented the
Complete thread -- dang, that was a good one BB----- "at least severe (enough?)."
Complete thread -- I believe "pin" is referring to the patient positioning device setup prior to surgery sm
Complete thread -- I hear no "lesion", obviously dilated duct. There was "possible" wall etc
Complete thread -- eeeek... i missed that one, good catch Q!
Complete thread -- See
Complete thread -- To be more accurate..in this context 'hook' could be noun used as adj. (because hook is
Complete thread -- Also "nm" is correct...might just be saying "hook spatula" (hooked is adj..but nouns can
Complete thread -- yes, hook or hooked knife used in eye surgery
Complete thread -- It could be hook knife...see link
Complete thread -- She also mentions a *took* knife ---- would "hooked" make sense here as well?
Complete thread -- This sounds better.
Complete thread -- s/l took might be hook or hook spatula (shortening the term maybe)
Complete thread -- meant to put ??hooked??
Complete thread -- "hooked spatula" (see link)
Complete thread -- I think s/l guy may be "dye'" recovery noted with forceful irrigation
Complete thread -- Removal of pterygium, right eye, with Wescott scissors and *took* spatula.
Complete thread -- Or maybe "for which he takes his Synthroid."
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- in case not a typo...s/b pledget...an Afrin-soaked pledget
Complete thread -- ??guide??
Complete thread -- Wonder if saying "purview" (see link)
Complete thread -- YES, thats it, thank you
Complete thread -- proviso is the first thing I think of here.
Complete thread -- s/l privies, pervies, provies - something like that.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I agree, but didn't you solve that problem with that add-on?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that's right. Afrin is a decongestant.
Complete thread -- initially irrigated or irritated? not sure on your "guy" word though
Complete thread -- maybe meaning he made 3 passes using the laser (and in that case, it'd be three-pass
Complete thread -- At this time, a *three* pass fractional laser treatment using the Palomar 1540 system
Complete thread -- irritated via the inferior punctum. The *guy* recovery was noted with forceful
Complete thread -- passage was then *decongested* with the placement of a Afrin soaked pledged.
Complete thread -- and please don't put anything in the message box - waste of time for those of us who don't
Complete thread -- yep, he stuttered over it but said the reconstruction.
Complete thread -- maybe just stuttered, was gonna say something else and changed to Synthroid (my guess)
Complete thread -- The patient has hypothyroidism for which he takes s/l fis synthroid.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- And about zero documentation outside of drugs.com. Even if legit, it would be pronounced
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- also, I think it should be PVCs IN couplets, not and
Complete thread -- something wide complex tachycardia maybe?
Complete thread -- couplets and frequent episodes of *3 p y* complex tachycardia.
Complete thread -- ____ or obviously dilated duct
Complete thread -- not sure, sorry
Complete thread -- scan showed no __________ dilated duct
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Procedure: Transnasal approach to pituitary sellar tumor. ...
Complete thread -- I might hear reconstruction instead of structure
Complete thread -- what procedure is this?
Complete thread -- interesting - I listened a few times and her "use the credit card" very clearly, but who
Complete thread -- nose to secure the _____ structure.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (i hear something about "chart"
Complete thread -- pituitary dura is correct
Complete thread -- (he's talking to someone else)
Complete thread -- "use the credit card"
Complete thread -- the sphenoid _____. Tisseel was then placed over this.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- pituitary s/l dura
Complete thread -- A few questions.
Complete thread -- DIC - disseminated intravascular coagulation ?
Complete thread -- patient was put into *pin* by neurosurgery
Complete thread -- #2: converted to
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Documented in link below
Complete thread -- The patient had a _______ and became unstable from bleeding ______ damage
Complete thread -- right upper lid *manipulation*
Complete thread -- well - hang on a minute. see message and link
Complete thread -- needs an umbrella?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- wav already gone but there is Cilium generic psyllium
Complete thread -- s/l pryvhism is likely priapism sm
Complete thread -- S/L Pryvhism??
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- yep.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- term sinister ok?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "bowing"
Complete thread -- jello and Jell-O are now listed in Webster's (see link)
Complete thread -- The colonoscope was advanced under direct vision to the cecum, finally ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Jell-O is a registered trademark of Kraft Food
Complete thread -- jello
Complete thread -- His preparation was diminished by about 20% because of his diarrhea. ...
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Complete thread -- aid
Complete thread -- The patient understands that with the bowel program that needs to be d ...
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Complete thread -- Metamucil, Citrucel, psyllium or any etc (I think)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Metamucil, Citrucel, _______(definitely not celioma)
Complete thread -- The third thing that should be supplemented is fiber, either ____ celi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Senokot
Complete thread -- He probably should start stool softeners which I like Colace 2 pills a ...
Complete thread -- Basic anatomy: Right atrium & ventricle=right heart, left atrium & ventricle=left heart
Complete thread -- at least severe (enough?).
Complete thread -- patient does not appear to have ascites s/l "at lee severe uh nafs". TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- To me fine as dictated. Saying "bilaterallly" may mean right and left ventricular function
Complete thread -- or even "misspoke." anyway, I blanked it; seemed especially strange with the
Complete thread -- would you blank the first "hypertension"?
Complete thread -- maybe meaning S1, S2 (both heart sounds) ? If you clearly hear it, I see no problem. (SM
Complete thread -- Heart s/l "is bilaterally intact" without murmur, rub, or gallop. TIA!
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I find a tolterodine (see link for what it treats)
Complete thread -- On medication list: s/l tolperidine.
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- or maybe "with a vascular clamp" (if 'the' being pronounced as thuh rather than thee)
Complete thread -- I always enjoy your challenging questions..☺..especially if I can find the answer
Complete thread -- darnit! hit enter too fast. could it be "with another clamp" ??
Complete thread -- or...could it possibly be
Complete thread -- I knew you'd come through for me, Q. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- s/b "is" ...see link item 3.... the closest noun dictates the subject-verb agreement
Complete thread -- When I research this, I keep coming up with "vascular clamp" (see link)...if I
Complete thread -- that's a heckuva word!
Complete thread -- would that be excoriations or lymphadenopathy 'are' noted or "is" noted?
Complete thread -- in and throughout the hair-bearing areas
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- It was choledochocholedochostomy . Thanks!
Complete thread -- choledochotomy ? choledocolithotomy ??
Complete thread -- adequate size match and then performed a s/l*coloduco-cholode-costomy* between the du
Complete thread -- he common hepatic artery was clamped with the s/l*darta* clamp
Complete thread -- Thanks for the idea! That MIGHT be it! I'll listen again.
Complete thread -- ? incipient
Complete thread -- Entropion
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- tumor was present in the s/l peri lymph node? adipose tissue (colon CA)
Complete thread -- thanks for coming back to share "skeleeeetal" (some do say it like that too)
Complete thread -- Thanks Oasis.
Complete thread -- Amazing, Q! Good job!
Complete thread -- yay! it worked for me! :) haha
Complete thread -- testing posting link (ignore this) :)
Complete thread -- thank you! I don't usually have very good luck with the trademark page and was shocked I
Complete thread -- Probably Sjogren.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- PMH: s/l Joe-gram syndrome. TIA!
Complete thread -- that has always been the only trademark; just usually not dictated that way. SM
Complete thread -- is Steri-Strip now okay without S on end? I found on google search as well as reg TM
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- that is what i figured, just thought I'd ask. thanks!
Complete thread -- Dorlands in several places shows it CA 125 ...and under the
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- PubMed shows 6226 hits for "CA-125" versus 2653 for "CA125" SM
Complete thread -- going with a hyphen for now
Complete thread -- did everybody go on holiday?
Complete thread -- trying to document if it is CA125 or CA-125 as Stedman's has both and online has both
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- exactly
Complete thread -- verifying I am hearing correctly :)
Complete thread -- it was a wound care note, and she always dictates when the dressing was last changed
Complete thread -- I'm wondering
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Wow! It's been a long time since I got to do a Snoopy dance! (see link)
Complete thread -- thank you! =]
Complete thread -- BoS2 page 136 (see message for the quote)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- not too late, huge report and just coming back to say think its skeleeeetal!!! Thanks
Complete thread -- Problem is you don't know if he means "gluteal region" "gluteal fold" "gluteal ?" so I
Complete thread -- am I wrong in thinking "gluteal" should be changed to gluteus since nothing follows?
Complete thread -- Wonder if he was merging the ending of diffuse, so maybe "skeletal" ..realize I'm
Complete thread -- thanks anyhow - will flag it - have a great day.
Complete thread -- No, clival would be of the head.
Complete thread -- Clival? (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l "cleo" (glial does not make sense in this context) sm please
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- Not necessarily...when something is personified, you cap it (see message)
Complete thread -- ??tandem ___ normal?? (I think I hear something in the middle, but
Complete thread -- All your examples are 'generic'...see link.
Complete thread -- cap or not? different examples as this always gets me on when to cap these or not
Complete thread -- tandem walk?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Gait normal. ________ Romberg test negative.
Complete thread -- LMAO. Poi has no credibility. I have read her weird paranoid posts
Complete thread -- Section starts at 6.6 top of page 38
Complete thread -- It takes a bit of time for the link to be made
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "coupled to the point of the aquasonic gel" see link, page 38 for
Complete thread -- guessing he was revived being he is still currently living???
Complete thread -- can't get #2 but I'm not so sure I hear "coupled"
Complete thread -- yep, F2
Complete thread -- 3. F2 (I think?)
Complete thread -- 1. The stone was identified on a scout film of the abdomen.
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- yay!! seems to so far be working like it should be again (in firefox) :)
Complete thread -- thanks guys!
Complete thread -- TIT might be thyroglobulin antibody titer (a instead of i?)
Complete thread -- Sounds most like "which will be" to me. I wouldn't stress over
Complete thread -- "which should be"?
Complete thread -- I kept trying to hear that as well as "which will be" or "which means" and not 100%certain
Complete thread -- which would be?
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing word-for word correctly
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he is grossly nonfocal (but I'm not 100% sure I hear that)
Complete thread -- Thyroid labs, please see msg.
Complete thread -- Neurologically, he had _____ of both motor and sensory.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that is, IF he's saying antrum/antral...
Complete thread -- Since he says duodenal, then would expect it would be antral
Complete thread -- #2 think he's saying "antrum" or "antral"
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: EGD with dilation of ____ secondary to dysphagia ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Further workup for the abdominal pain
Complete thread -- No masses, tumors, ulcerations, or irregularities were identified. Sc ...
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Complete thread -- ??plus irregular??
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Abdominal pain. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS ...
Complete thread -- This is great! TYSM!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was not sure
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "white-on-white"
Complete thread -- The medial compartment was significant for an unstable ____ bucket-han ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "snap"
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Complete thread -- Bilateral patellar ____ syndrome. ...
Complete thread -- To me, I'd go as dictated. I think merely clarifying preceding sentence
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Possibly, but since he doesn't say it is, I'd hate to assume. Can you send it to QA and
Complete thread -- is it a correction?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- is especially when standing up from...
Complete thread -- ok sounds good
Complete thread -- will post extended wav shortly. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Bilateral knee popping noticed on a daily basis. This ____ standing a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I only heard one sentence. Instead of "at" maybe "A" fits better???
Complete thread -- I might do it as: improved, neck, head (headaches) and...
Complete thread -- sure did sound like serratus (not fit) but serrated (jagged edge saw toothed) would
Complete thread -- Her symptoms have improved. ____ headaches and lower back areas. She ...
Complete thread -- next sentence seems similar. can he be correcting himself?
Complete thread -- that's what i also thought, I will just flag this one. Ty.
Complete thread -- I hear Impression At broad based centraldisk protrusion effaces the thecal sac
Complete thread -- Impression at ____ broad based central disc protrusion effaces the the ...
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Complete thread -- Later, she ?
Complete thread -- sorry, I missed seeing "not poi". I was referring to work history of poi
Complete thread -- I'm guessing he means serrated, unless you can find a form of the word closer to what he
Complete thread -- She was evaluated and x-rayed in the emergency room and given medicati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- both of her airbags.
Complete thread -- Im hearing "serratious" but not really sure...
Complete thread -- The front end of her car struck to the left front end of the pickup. ...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. colonoscopy report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- widespread
Complete thread -- The suprapatellar pouch and gutters were unremarkable. The retr ...
Complete thread -- Luria
Complete thread -- There's nothing there now. I did before, but couldn't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- epoetin alfa not capped (caught it before sending)
Complete thread -- Will turn in to QA. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Would you kindly listen to wav for several posts down?
Complete thread -- got it. "Epo a IV on HD" (Epoeitin alfa IV on HD)
Complete thread -- I find a palmar slot...see link, page 2, types of splints
Complete thread -- tyvm.
Complete thread -- Voluminous compressive wrap reinforced with palmar s/l slat. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- ok, mp3 back up.
Complete thread -- sorry, need to re-edit. will repost in a bit.
Complete thread -- MP3. Anemia of chronic disease, stable on p.r.n. _________
Complete thread -- prior (then changes it in the next 5 words)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Serial 7's is performed poorly. Patient performed the s/l Laurie test normally. TIA!
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient had Dupuytren’s diathesis with previous ____ ...
Complete thread -- Congratulations! You earned the ☂ !
Complete thread -- I hear Measurements were done on 2 areas of blending of the wounds
Complete thread -- Who are you or anyone to stand judgment. Who says that's ok. I'ts bullying is it not.
Complete thread -- If they give me an umbrella, I will tell them to stick it where the sun doesn't shine! hah
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- And what is YOUR username? Seems to me that the ones creating all the drama are those who
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- retrying the link again
Complete thread -- see link, scroll down to the example sentence beginning "I like cows" .. so I
Complete thread -- thank you! I am not sure either. I keep hearing what s/l wound being or wounding
Complete thread -- losing *more* money, that is. since wasted time is losing money too. :/
Complete thread -- yeah, it's a double whammy. not only am I wasting time doing it,
Complete thread -- that is what I kept hearing too and that is why I questioned it and posted WAV :) thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Possibly hearing "2 areas, of one being ___."
Complete thread -- I heard "wounding" but I didn't post that cuz it doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- Telfas...no apostrophe needed for possession.
Complete thread -- Then 2 large Telfa's were put over wound.
Complete thread -- I am open to all guesses of what someone hears to point me in right direction :) thank you
Complete thread -- Looks better. Thx.
Complete thread -- I would do it different myself, but you are gonna have different opinions :) see message
Complete thread -- My take...
Complete thread -- Sentence ok with comma platement?
Complete thread -- Need more info, could be many things., could be pt in ER and has kidney laceration
Complete thread -- not certain what she says
Complete thread -- loss of cervical lordosis and noted cervical s/l "itosis" even in extension.
Complete thread -- that's poo
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- wow! that is much more feasible!
Complete thread -- I don't know that anyone is jumping on anyone for using 'nm'
Complete thread -- The MTDail.com rates are $3, $5, and $7 (month, 6 month, 1 year)
Complete thread -- SoftScript? me too
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Dyspnea on exertion. Her *kidney* score is 1.
Complete thread -- I should also mention that it is same result no matter which browser I try such as IE too
Complete thread -- We use that at work, and it is SO SLOW lately that it upsets me.
Complete thread -- I hear that now too, though since I am uncertain if he is stating patient is up 4 pounds
Complete thread -- This might support your idea. Scroll down to the sentence below "fainting spells"
Complete thread -- It sounds like "point 4" to me too.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is meaning (+4). I found previous note and the difference between that day
Complete thread -- I hear weight is 247 pounds and one quarter
Complete thread -- Does anyone else have to use Zimbra email and is having issues too? or is it just me?
Complete thread -- I hear Find no organic for the convalescent convergent syndrome
Complete thread -- I swear he is saying "247 pounds point 4."
Complete thread -- sounds like he says something. Normally he does not, so not certain what he said
Complete thread -- I wish MT daily was completely free though
Complete thread -- I just seem to see more people jump on others who also use "nm" which I had in the distant
Complete thread -- MT daily.com has that, automatically shows name clicking "enter", worked perfectly, no BS.
Complete thread -- I guess other people have more time on their hands than I do LOL! :) no time for drama
Complete thread -- I am hearing same thing as you, before I read what you heard
Complete thread -- Of course wav gone but maybe for next 4 time. Some examples of eye "caine"
Complete thread -- or mebbe something *conversion* syndrome?
Complete thread -- something convergent syndrome?
Complete thread -- which found no organic cause for the _____ syndrome.
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Pain in a horseshoe-type distribution.
Complete thread -- I suppose if I *owned* all my posts, poi wouldn't always be blamed for my shenanigans.
Complete thread -- See msg. S/L horseshoe-type pain ??
Complete thread -- I'd love that since the VR drafts almost always come through with them expanded.
Complete thread -- Oooh, I like this.
Complete thread -- I don't hide and everyone seems to know me as "lb" so - I dont think it'd really change
Complete thread -- I wonder if we actually had to use registered usernames if there would be so much
Complete thread -- with Softscript, alk phos, bicarb, temp are considered slang and must be expanded for us
Complete thread -- Could it be "surface" ??
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I got nothin' ... maybe pylorus but not your s/l.
Complete thread -- flaggd
Complete thread -- stumped, s/l seh-vess sm plse
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient suffers from OCD
Complete thread -- The patient is _____ OCD with intrusive thoughts
Complete thread -- Nevermind: Lhermitte sign
Complete thread -- Sounds like "Vermeet sign"
Complete thread -- A clue who posted, look at middle word ¼¢¼- haha ¢¼¢¼¢¼¢¼
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'd say it is okay. I'm finding IG4 on reputable sites.
Complete thread -- IG4 deficiency causing degeneration of optic nerve?
Complete thread -- true dat
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- or there were concernS
Complete thread -- If it were the official title of the program yes, but I don't think it is. IMO
Complete thread -- or *the* WU program, if there was a mention of what kind of program...
Complete thread -- No because it's not a proper noun, just an unidentified program.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't - but I'd use an article (considering *a* WU program)
Complete thread -- would you cap "program" in this instance??
Complete thread -- there *was concern
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- equator of the hand in the coronal plane
Complete thread -- Local was used at the fracture site but a digital block was not perfor ...
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Complete thread -- tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- knitting
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- something-caine. see link
Complete thread -- A drop of ____ was then placed in the left eye. POSTOPERATIVE ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as in postop visit
Complete thread -- for postop
Complete thread -- Postop instructions were given to avoid constipation, take over-the-co ...
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Complete thread -- Scant.
Complete thread -- EBL: ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- of benign appearance. She was evaluated
Complete thread -- of benign appearance? She was evaluated and
Complete thread -- I wonder what it's "supposed" to be? A Google search for 'unicode symbols ¢¼'
Complete thread -- for evaluation of itching, burning, and perianal skin lesion ____ and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- skin tag causing itching, discomfort, inability to clean the perineum
Complete thread -- Internal and external hemorrhoids, perianal ____ itching discomfort __ ...
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- if you could just put that under all your posts, we would not need to use the umbrellas
Complete thread -- good one for Archives. thanks for expanding it, poi.
Complete thread -- ¢¼¢¼¢¼¢¼¢¼
Complete thread -- “PARQ” - an acronym for “procedures, alternatives, risks, and questions”
Complete thread -- PARQ held. as in PARQ conference
Complete thread -- any flag is a good flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- she presents FOR
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- ¢¼¢¼¢¼¢¼¢¼
Complete thread -- She has maximized nonsurgical treatment. She presents with definitive ...
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Complete thread -- Here you go PIE 2 more of my posts see NM ** Go ahead pick apart
Complete thread -- pie and poi, the mean little umbrella twins
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- didn't you post on mine below? I guess you are the own that needs to *own* their posts
Complete thread -- many thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- *reviewing* our technique
Complete thread -- who are in a case series and we ?
Complete thread -- and our group at LSU recently published a study revealing our techniqu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Guy here is a link that gives links to all the U.S. state medical boards
Complete thread -- anecdotally
Complete thread -- I can't even image how we would find India cities, etc etc. Hard Hard!!!
Complete thread -- The presence of these papillomata is not necessarily associated with a ...
Complete thread -- LOL Here you go, Pie, here are my 6 posts marked /***** for today.
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- HA -- I found her too
Complete thread -- The link is awesome. Many thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- also, befoe I forget, I never comment on other helper's post, it's rude sm
Complete thread -- there used to be, but I think most avoid it now because of it being claimed mainly by one
Complete thread -- Thank you, there is certainly"of course" more than one "nm",
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Albert I. Tydings is easier but you can probably find the PCP
Complete thread -- I am definitely another one of at least three here who have an issue with virtually all of
Complete thread -- PRIMARY PHYSICIAN: ____ GYNECOLOGIST: ____ Covington, LA ...
Complete thread -- D like to *imagine* that there is only one person on the entire
Complete thread -- um, no. I know what poi's default moniker is and how to search by that,
Complete thread -- my apologies for confusing your identity with the other "nm." thought there was only one.
Complete thread -- no sale, no sale "Own mine verytime" poor victim.
Complete thread -- well smarty pants lol, I never posted at all on the veggie thing geez
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Orapred
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Complete thread -- ☂ nope. it's an Umbrella Revolution, multiple members involved.
Complete thread -- as I said then, and will say again since I am accused of every
Complete thread -- There was no evidence of recurrent adenoid hypertrophy. The patient w ...
Complete thread -- you owned it poi. Jun 27 17:15:59 2015 poi ☂. Did you need one nibnose? ☂ - poi
Complete thread -- you wouldn't use veggies, but you'd use "concernable"? which dictionary is that in?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- If her symptoms are, uh, refractory. . .
Complete thread -- saw through what? what are you talking about? Who owned with ID?
Complete thread -- lol you beat me to it "nm" You saw through it. She had owned the ID too, guess she forgot.
Complete thread -- I might go as dictated no concernable openings (nothing to be concerned about)
Complete thread -- might be Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County in west central Alabama.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Tuscaloosa
Complete thread -- She has had problems with recurrent odynophagia and then diagnosed wit ...
Complete thread -- x-ray demonstrates
Complete thread -- demonstrate or demonstrates
Complete thread -- diverticula* (I meant)
Complete thread -- yeah, I would be *required* to leave as is, since not considered slang
Complete thread -- I am only seeing it hyphenated like this: group A beta-hemolytic streptococcal pharyngitis
Complete thread -- oh...I kept listening and wondering where it was..haha
Complete thread -- sorry... he said that later in the assessment :)
Complete thread -- I would not but I failed the hyphen test :)
Complete thread -- you hear tonsillitis?
Complete thread -- should group A beta-strep have hyphen or not?
Complete thread -- Group A beta strep
Complete thread -- should it be "group A beta-strep tonsillitis" or should strep be expanded in this case?
Complete thread -- got it! Group A beta-strep tonsillitis
Complete thread -- Why not? Most of the notes we do are pretty darn informal, aren't they? Don't think many
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- absolutely clear, and not discernible ;)
Complete thread -- it's pretty clear? definitely sure it's not discernible?
Complete thread -- considering changing to "concerning" but looking for input whether to go as dictated
Complete thread -- "concernable" having trouble documenting if correct word. Would you type it as that?
Complete thread -- I'm not looking for bait today, umbrella-head. Try someone else.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion Q, just not sure. Will flag.
Complete thread -- it also says it rhymes with "wedgie" - heh heh
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ?plaque-like?
Complete thread -- Are those the only 2 options? post a wav or flag? Maybe OP figured it out.
Complete thread -- You take such a firm position without any reason. Why don't you own it, *nm*?
Complete thread -- I apologize, Mt2...
Complete thread -- can you post a wav or MP3 so others can take a listen, otherwise flag
Complete thread -- Guy-good source- whonamedit.com Tornwaldt's cyst. Gustav Ludwig Tornwaldt sm
Complete thread -- I would never use the term veggies in a note, even if dictated. Never.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- next paragraph... reason for consultation.
Complete thread -- quite all right :) we are verbatim, but no slang is allowed at all and must be changed
Complete thread -- first time typing this guy and I am not able to make out word-for-word what he says
Complete thread -- hahahahaha!!
Complete thread -- only if you think the dictator is saying that
Complete thread -- A new curvilinear thin ______-like density in the left midlung noted, possible
Complete thread -- Should I spell it all out like that? Thanks!
Complete thread -- inflammatory arthropathy (all run together)
Complete thread -- Patient has mild s/l imfapathyy at the right greater trochanter
Complete thread -- huh? Says (1) vegetable (2) slang vegetarian.
Complete thread -- I think it depends on how strict your account/QA is - verbatim vs. no slang.
Complete thread -- funny... I keep running into cannibals today
Complete thread -- nor have I! It sounds like it'd be an insult.
Complete thread -- atleast I assume by eating veggies, it was vegetables and not eating vegetarians LOL! :)
Complete thread -- and how weird, I have never heard anyone call a vegetarian a veggie before LOL!
Complete thread -- okay, in the context of the dictation I had, they were referring to vegetables :) peas,etc
Complete thread -- According to Webster's (see link) veggie(s) is slang for vegetarian, not for vegetable(s)
Complete thread -- my baddd....sorry.
Complete thread -- would veggies be considered actual "slang" of vegetables or does it pass?
Complete thread -- I agree with poi's version - goes with the alignment sentence.
Complete thread -- I heard "cardioversion as "um" the most likely problem that is causing
Complete thread -- yes, but the context suggests "refractory" not the opposite in whatever form...
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- scroll down to "related forms"
Complete thread -- Many dictionaries don't show all words that compound with "un", but
Complete thread -- No, I think she stumbled on "the" and nothing else is there.
Complete thread -- I think, not *the think* (sm)
Complete thread -- similar to my version but we read her mind a smidge differently...
Complete thread -- the think the alignment is preserved in both PA and lateral images.
Complete thread -- she starts to say "the lll(ikely)... most likely problem" so no, nothing there.
Complete thread -- Could Google now. Thank you
Complete thread -- I agree with lb....just a stumble (I actually think she thought for a hot second
Complete thread -- Yes, sorry
Complete thread -- in football...
Complete thread -- are then refractory?
Complete thread -- Not sure of 'take a knee?'
Complete thread -- you do not think she is saying anything in between "the ____ most likely problem" ?
Complete thread -- s/l unrefractory
Complete thread -- the (stumbles over "the") IMO
Complete thread -- would go with PA and lateral, he has some ...
Complete thread -- She would like to do a cardioversion as _____ most likely problem that is causing her
Complete thread -- Makes good sense. Thx.
Complete thread -- sentence at PA and lateral.
Complete thread -- There are several ways to do it. One way could be:
Complete thread -- Awkward sentence. Not sure what to do.
Complete thread -- I typed that wrong all along. Glad I finally questioned it. Thanks
Complete thread -- some days my ears are good..other days...not so much
Complete thread -- don't be so modest...
Complete thread -- Thanks Oasis.
Complete thread -- Just like if you said "pneumonia bilaterally."
Complete thread -- One condition but on both knees...bipartite patella
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not really, but thanks for saying so!
Complete thread -- Taco you are amazing! Thank you!
Complete thread -- taco you are amazing!
Complete thread -- bipartite patellae bilaterally or bipartite patella bilaterally?
Complete thread -- KOH
Complete thread -- glucosamine? (also note typo - He IS on, not "has")
Complete thread -- med s/l bicosamine
Complete thread -- ooh - good one, lb! I listened and heard the "fibro-" part but couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- thank you b k l o l i!!
Complete thread -- I have taken his skin scrapings for (s/l k-witch) and culture
Complete thread -- lymph node basin googles well.
Complete thread -- Allerstat (fexofenadine hydrochloride) ???
Complete thread -- fibroepithelial
Complete thread -- sigmoidoscopy, ______ polypectomy and... She had a large ___ polyp
Complete thread -- The right breast is normal to palpation as are the other lymph node bases. Basins or
Complete thread -- med s/l Alardstat
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- Don't know. Some say take the first one shown in Dorland's (supposedly
Complete thread -- and is just recovering from that?
Complete thread -- had her hernia repaired by ****. ______ from that and is still not driving
Complete thread -- I find it as trapezial triquetral
Complete thread -- She is tender over the s/l trapeziotriquetral joint.
Complete thread -- so how are you to decide which one to use? eeny meeny? Thanks pie
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you got all that out of "barriman"? or was the answer just "Bierman" and the other just
Complete thread -- I think so too. thanks
Complete thread -- I am thinking it is pitch glides. THANKS!
Complete thread -- s/l pitch glad might be pitch glide sm
Complete thread -- Pitch back?
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's the only spelling I had not tried. :P
Complete thread -- s/l barriman might be A Bierman needle was placed 2 cm superior to the pubic bone and alon
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- of
Complete thread -- I am writing to you in followup 'for' the telephone conversation...
Complete thread -- ?Seamguard? see link
Complete thread -- Seamguard, W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc.,
Complete thread -- SeamGuard
Complete thread -- Sounds like pitch glad supraglottic swallow technique
Complete thread -- sounds like "barrimans needle" thanks
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- and the jejunojejunostomy especially pertaining to the *seen g
Complete thread -- Doesn't match your s/l, but seems to be describing exophthalmometry results
Complete thread -- ? exophthalmometry
Complete thread -- On eye exam.
Complete thread -- :) thank you!
Complete thread -- No. I think intraesophageal (as taco said)
Complete thread -- I can now hear what Taco suggested :) thank you both!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Think he's saying "a paraesophageal" (see link)
Complete thread -- intraesophageal
Complete thread -- _____ esophageal pH probe
Complete thread -- Dorland's is considered a major reference and it shows Tornwaldlt and Thornwaldt.
Complete thread -- is a widower (?)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- living with his daughter ______ and has
Complete thread -- Here's a sample. No mention of arteries.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure "in both arteries" is correct. I just checked one
Complete thread -- Might be "into the interior of the stomach."
Complete thread -- Ok. Hard to tell online. Very much appreciated though.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1- benign prostatic hypertrophy manifested by... 2- inflammatory (?)
Complete thread -- Includes ____ nocturia, ___ osteoarthritis complicated by
Complete thread -- Please don't take me so seriously - did you not see my smile?
Complete thread -- after looking up myocutanous, I'd go with mild cutaneous.
Complete thread -- Very sorry. Was not aware I needed to respond in a particular way.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Mild cutaneous or myocutaneous rash?
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- introduced into ______ stomach
Complete thread -- thanks for that pat on the back, lb! I can always use one.
Complete thread -- Hey, great job!! (yea, that was a hard one)
Complete thread -- fibular history ?? I don't think he says fibular.
Complete thread -- congenital?
Complete thread -- wow - that was a really hard one! All I get is a little "ty" for my efforts?!
Complete thread -- No familial history of _______ heart disease or sudden death.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 2 - wine[slash]/vodka consumption two to three times per week
Complete thread -- 1 - prior history of smoking, stopping years ago
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemia, prior _____ years ago, _____ bronchial suction two to three times
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- shortness of breath, exertional _____,______ palpitations, pedal edema
Complete thread -- dyspnea, diaphoresis
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- all I can get is part of last blank "jaw, ____ or shoulders"
Complete thread -- a few ?s - please help
Complete thread -- hypertension and hyperlipidemia ______ felt last night when he
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- and thus a
Complete thread -- graft measured 35 ______ a 47-degree tunnel
Complete thread -- Tornwaldt, imo.
Complete thread -- in order to ablate potential
Complete thread -- It is believed that all of the polyp was resected and the edges of the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- saline
Complete thread -- Polyps were noted 20 cm and removed with cold forceps polypectomy, 50 ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- A curved 8-mm suction curette was advanced into the uterine cavity. S ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- global.
Complete thread -- A rectocele repair was done of her distal ____ defect. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yes. Just means inferior to the areola.
Complete thread -- sounds like it. is it ok?
Complete thread -- i m hearing "inferior" areolar incision
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ?inferior areolar?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- right before incisions I hear "areolar", but can't get the beginning words
Complete thread -- After induction of general anesthesia, the chest was prepped and drape ...
Complete thread -- I just checked my Dorland's and it shows both Tornwaldt and Thornwalt
Complete thread -- you've changed your mind? ;) (see link)
Complete thread -- Better.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everbody.
Complete thread -- polyps were noted in the ostium ?of the unit
Complete thread -- polyps were noted in the ostiomeatal
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Using a 0-degree sinus endoscope, the right nasal cavity was inspected ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- cottage cheese-like
Complete thread -- The submucosal midline mass was noted in the posterior nasopharynx. I ...
Complete thread -- Thornwaldt (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yikes. Thornwaldt or Tornwaldt or Thornwald cyst (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient is a 56-year-old gentleman who had a MRI scan which showed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nvm, should be: This is a ....
Complete thread -- Also think he's saying "based on a" (not based on the)
Complete thread -- #2 ?reconstructed with a local?
Complete thread -- #3 ?This is a well-described plastic surgery flap based on...?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 3. to the well-described plastic surgeon's flap ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't think this is right.
Complete thread -- #3. This is a well described plastic surgeons flap based on...??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 ?I/We found a
Complete thread -- #1. This left a large #2 reconstructed
Complete thread -- thanks pie!
Complete thread -- Marcaine with epinephrine was injected. A #15 blade scalpel and #11 b ...
Complete thread -- nice!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Antia-Buch
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Lesion of right ear, 5 cm. PROCEDURE: ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 7-month-old ____ with recurrent acute otitis media wh ...
Complete thread -- sent with a blank, thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- mp3. She has 1 sister who is ____ of cerebral palsy with mental retardation...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. I can't "hear" irritable though, just iron. Flagging & moving on.
Complete thread -- we have to expand it because it is listed on ISMP, but I did not find ASA there
Complete thread -- Actually your account might want it changed. What do you type when HCTZ is dictated? Do
Complete thread -- irritable bowel? (some ESLs say ball instead of bowel)
Complete thread -- thank you! that is the word i was looking for!
Complete thread -- Is cachexia in there
Complete thread -- PMH: Hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and s/l iron ball syndrome. TIA!
Complete thread -- 5. Tobacco-related disease. 6. _________ deconditioning.
Complete thread -- thank you guys!
Complete thread -- Don't change what's dictated.
Complete thread -- I would agree with poi since only the Citracal is trademarked.
Complete thread -- doctor did dictate "plus D"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Images are shown different ways so if he said Citracal plus D I would give him
Complete thread -- I only think Citracal is branded (per link above), so I don't think it really matters
Complete thread -- I would type aspirin
Complete thread -- Citracal+D is brand name, do you type it with + sign or type out word "plus"?
Complete thread -- when doctor dictates "ASA" under medications, do you type that or type "aspirin"?
Complete thread -- You may owe poi...her link works, yours doesn't. ;-)
Complete thread -- This one made me stop and think a bit...the dictionary shows
Complete thread -- and after a bit of time it will be a bit better?
Complete thread -- you owe me or I owe you a coffee! (No Squirt -- )
Complete thread -- Thanks - he keeps saying ATL, so not sure.
Complete thread -- jinx!
Complete thread -- (sm)
Complete thread -- could be. SM (link too)
Complete thread -- Sounds like ATL flap closure of abdominal wall.
Complete thread -- sorry, it's on a microcassette/machine. :(
Complete thread -- think I got it! "in effort to make her time a bit better"
Complete thread -- in an effort to make her [something] a bit better (?)
Complete thread -- and I have to admit _______
Complete thread -- sorry, scratch "little" he never said that
Complete thread -- I have cut down her medications to just absolute essentials _____ a little bit better
Complete thread -- thanks for listening
Complete thread -- Sorry. I'm not sure. Better wait for another respondent.
Complete thread -- can you post an audio?
Complete thread -- I was thinking smooth?
Complete thread -- Is he saying ??small??
Complete thread -- bile leak from?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- D5/0.45 NS
Complete thread -- agree. D5 0.45 NS (same as D5 half normal saline)
Complete thread -- I rarely check archives (since I have only asked a question maybe twice in the years I've
Complete thread -- there's lots of it in the archives
Complete thread -- D5.45 NS is how it has it in that link above, but I've NEVER come across this before.
Complete thread -- so then how is it transcribed? D5/0.45 or what?
Complete thread -- yes, 5% dextrose, 0.45% saline; not 5.45%.
Complete thread -- half-normal saline = (0.45%). sm
Complete thread -- I've never heard of it before either, but a quick google search turned it up
Complete thread -- I am an OLD timer, and this is new to me. :-) Thanks.
Complete thread -- D5.45 see link
Complete thread -- s/l D5 4 5 (dictated as: dee five four five)
Complete thread -- s/l supervent might be Supramid sutures
Complete thread -- thank you guys!
Complete thread -- (because heavy is modifying 'activities', not 'contact')
Complete thread -- agree with nope
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and def should not be "heavy-contact-type activities?" :)
Complete thread -- contact-type activities. I always do a hyphen with -type (unless there is the word 'of')
Complete thread -- it doesn't sound like it, but I appreciate the effort
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I tried that too and didn't find anything
Complete thread -- He should avoid any heavy contact type activities.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I found an Ahmad Saltagi in Indiana? (pulm/critical care doc)
Complete thread -- Ahmed maybe? Either way, I tried and came up empty
Complete thread -- thanks to anyone who tried
Complete thread -- no idea what specialty. probably either neuro or general practitioner. He says Ah-mad
Complete thread -- any other hints? specialty? is first name for sure Ahmad?
Complete thread -- last name sounds more like Val-tee-ee
Complete thread -- s/l Dr. Ahmad Vin-tee-ee in Indiana. tia
Complete thread -- Doyen (there are several "Doyen" instruments, this is probably the Doyen costal elevator.
Complete thread -- it was then elevated posteriorly with a *doy an*. Once the periosteum
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- inadvertent bladder abrasion with *recognition*.
Complete thread -- "tobulary" changes ? sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Toxicology negative?
Complete thread -- with left lateral position and (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Intrauterine resuscitation _______ increased IV fluids
Complete thread -- Thank you! :-)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- maybe *6 12* = June 12 (date the BPP and labs were done?) or maybe EFW is 612 grams?
Complete thread -- Cervidil was to be removed
Complete thread -- Subsequent to this, ______ to be removed.
Complete thread -- Biophysical profile, EFW 8/8 *6 12* A positive, antibody negative.
Complete thread -- Hepatitis B negative. *tox cell* negative.
Complete thread -- fourchette
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- "excision posterior *forshe*" (for-shay). No other info, just listed in PSH. nm
Complete thread -- final (there is a preliminary, then a final culture result)
Complete thread -- with greater than 100,000 *vinyl* sensitivities and identification
Complete thread -- sulfate 325 a day, ______ 25 mg three
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I hear "supervent" pretty clearly, but can't verify or come up with anything
Complete thread -- The FCR tendon free limb was then passed through the drill hole at the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Weilby ...weaving?
Complete thread -- Initially, a ___ suspension arthroplasty was performed ____ the FCR te ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- piecemeal - piece by piece; one piece at a time; gradually:
Complete thread -- There were noted to be very large marginal osteophytes present which m ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear electrodes were found to all (stumble be) have normal resistance
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- agree olaparib, (Lynparza) advanced ovarian cancer BRCA
Complete thread -- Following this, the new pulse generator was connected to the extension ...
Complete thread -- ty :)
Complete thread -- never mind...figured it out...drug-eluting ..yay! thanks anyway
Complete thread -- drug-eluting stent, I'd bet
Complete thread -- Note, it should be "yard work" not "yard ward"
Complete thread -- patient with "____luding" stent placement
Complete thread -- thanks, mt
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- 20/40 -2
Complete thread -- The patient had 20/40 minus 2 vision in the right eye. Correctly typed?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ohh duh
Complete thread -- Thank you to both of you!
Complete thread -- Thank you to both of you!
Complete thread -- I agree - seems like there are several "copper" sleeve products (Copper Fit, Copper Flex)
Complete thread -- after googling, I think this is okay but wouldn't capitalize any of it.
Complete thread -- Patient with left shoulder and elbow pain x2 months.
Complete thread -- yep, a long time ago even.
Complete thread -- yethinkso?
Complete thread -- *gigglesnort*
Complete thread -- I bet this one is RIGHT
Complete thread -- I don't mind it when you are shouting that I am RIGHT!
Complete thread -- OOPS... sorry about the "all caps"
Complete thread -- RIGHT
Complete thread -- probably OM2 (second obtuse marginal)
Complete thread -- patient underwent PCI to *RM2* at that time.
Complete thread -- Nevermind...it is ossicle. Thanks!
Complete thread -- clear to auscultation bilaterally maybe
Complete thread -- s/l lungs clear bilaterally
Complete thread -- My guess is "no focal neurologic" deficits
Complete thread -- chronic bony "oscal" of the patellar tendon.
Complete thread -- . No focal *lodge* deficits and no obvious skin rashes.
Complete thread -- Alert and oriented x3. ______ bilaterally.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks - thought I heard that too.
Complete thread -- I hear that too. can't get the one below at all.
Complete thread -- coffee bean?
Complete thread -- wet socks?
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: ____, Haldol Decanoate.
Complete thread -- bare feet in the rain *with wet chalk* resulting in bilateral leg pain
Complete thread -- along with alcohol _____. Urine toxicology screen was positive
Complete thread -- I found olaparib (but that's one less syllable than your s/l)
Complete thread -- s/l...ole-ar-na-bib...chemo drug...sm
Complete thread -- thought maybe but didn't sound completely like M S
Complete thread -- MS (morphine sulfate)
Complete thread -- The patient will be given *em est* for pain relief
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- MHSA? (not sure, but I suppose this could be pronounced like Mason"
Complete thread -- can't think of anything, but "she has not" should be she is not in the next sentence..
Complete thread -- inappropriate with *hyper clow codesness*. She has
Complete thread -- Mason's Medical Screening to test for psychiatric admit. Is it Mason? Can't document
Complete thread -- new wav comes after refreshing the page. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- an exercise
Complete thread -- Old wav still up
Complete thread -- Advise: 1. Need to start ____ program, continue good protein, vegetab ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She drinks a coke or a Diet Coke or a Squirt 1 time a week nm
Complete thread -- She drinks coffee with non-dairy creamer and no sugar. She drinks gre ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- blueberries, oranges, and
Complete thread -- Her fruits are apples, bananas, strawberries, blueberries or ____ tang ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- or sweet tea
Complete thread -- She drinks 2 bottles of water daily. She drinks no coffee. She drink ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- garlic
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are corn, cauliflower, potatoes, broccoli, tomatoes, on ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has to chase her....do a running exercise
Complete thread -- She exercises by walking a lot on her job. She also ____ her 3 kids a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- magnesium for restless legs
Complete thread -- Medications – Magnesium for rectal ____, Prilosec for epigastric disco ...
Complete thread -- I'm also hearing issues which makes sense, so i will go with what you suggested. Ty.
Complete thread -- has issues with?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- He wishes to observe the weight loss program. ____ 170 pounds. He wa ...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with electrodiagnostic ?? (like electromyogram/EMG?)
Complete thread -- The patient is a 50-year-old female who presents with right hand numbn ...
Complete thread -- THANKS! :)
Complete thread -- I see where haloperidol (Haldol) is given in conjunction with Cogentin
Complete thread -- second questionable medication for this 10-year-old!
Complete thread -- 10-year-old patient with asthma and ADHD
Complete thread -- sounds like sylvian fissure.
Complete thread -- please sm...
Complete thread -- I ended up sending to QA last night, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- (archives at work, not on this board)
Complete thread -- Is it disruption or destruction? I hear disruption. (did you check archives) - this dude
Complete thread -- What you don't seem to understand is that the OP didn't need your link that mentioned
Complete thread -- (1) ? (2) the left ischium ?, which is most likely
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- nevermind, got it. He is saying 2 x 12 cm
Complete thread -- Two ____ posterior and medial thigh, fluid debris, status post irrigation and debride
Complete thread -- that is what I thought too, thank you
Complete thread -- I would...I would move #7 to #2
Complete thread -- would you combine 2 and 7 or leave separate?
Complete thread -- I do not understand why people have to post such rude comments... you should leave
Complete thread -- thanks Q...I thought it was *being* but couldn't quite hear it
Complete thread -- to be
Complete thread -- prednisone 20 mg ______tapered down
Complete thread -- :) yay!
Complete thread -- Actually, I think that is along the right line, beta stimulation. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I have no idea, but wondering if the "stem" is slang stim = stimulant?? so sorry
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Nah, we understood. I think that poster often tries to make others feel incompetent, then
Complete thread -- I caught it, thank you!!
Complete thread -- The patient has a tremor, which could be caused by s/l beta stem from albuterol. TIA!
Complete thread -- Oops, I see it was asked again and answered on the line below.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- No. They are two separate modifiers of toenail.
Complete thread -- yes, that is what I am referring to, and I was the OP for that as well and I thought the
Complete thread -- forget the hypen, peel it off!
Complete thread -- haha!
Complete thread -- You mean the takotsubo thing? I don't think the op even needed any help after Questyr
Complete thread -- Oh - I thought you meant hyphenating 'partially-avulsed' (which you would not)
Complete thread -- you would not hyphen "thickened-fungus toenail" either??
Complete thread -- well I think that you completely misunderstood my post, but I give up. This is too tiring
Complete thread -- No hyphen with compound modifiers using "-ly" adverbs
Complete thread -- Please, let's all just be nice.
Complete thread -- partially avulsed thickened-fungus toenail? or ??
Complete thread -- a partially avulsed thickened fungus toenail
Complete thread -- the rude comment was in regard to below and the hate speech is all over the net regarding
Complete thread -- Give an example of a "rude comment" or "hate speech" you've seen.
Complete thread -- and just how did I make rude comments? I asked questions in my post. I was not being rude
Complete thread -- can you please "quote" what I told someone to do?? I have re-read my post and do not see
Complete thread -- Unless you're in a position of authority (which you're not) telling other
Complete thread -- you create and stir your own pot Darlene
Complete thread -- This goes to the umbrella symbol, always stirring the pot, you will see-eeee
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I like that word, never knew spelling, fancy-schmancy "smile"
Complete thread -- Never on Facebook.The earlier plea for facebook friends came from the umbrella symbol
Complete thread -- thanks pie!
Complete thread -- skin cancer sounds right
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- shame on you for stirring the pot, shame shame on you, this board does not need this.
Complete thread -- OP I have no idea what you mean,referring to, getting at etc for pete sales
Complete thread -- I tried to shield you with an umbrella on the post below :)
Complete thread -- I have been an acute care MT for 12 years now. Take your snarky comments elsewhere. Not
Complete thread -- I do not understand why people have to post such rude comments... you should leave
Complete thread -- Not rude at all, it is reality(the term was not looked up, clicked on, would have had it..
Complete thread -- and BTW... I did open your given link and found what I had already seen prior to posting
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!!
Complete thread -- did you even read my OP?? wow! are you hopped up on all the facebook madness or are you
Complete thread -- to cover yourself and since you have found it in BOS, I would do as they suggested
Complete thread -- one last question... re-CTing = repeating CT/ should re-CT = CT again? ...
Complete thread -- good point. I forgot to remove my questioned section (history of skin cancer)
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- what is the question? I see no blank, so are you asking if what you have matches audiolo
Complete thread -- I was wondering what the "ESL dictators" sentence was about. Either
Complete thread -- I feel it falls under the no slang part though, which was not under the ESL :)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :) I was thinking it fell under the "slang" rule too :)
Complete thread -- that part was only under "ESL" and this doc is not ESL
Complete thread -- CTing & CT's is slang,(your acct spec NO SLANG. Please type out anything dictated in slang
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- I think you are covered with the "edit accordingly for clarity"
Complete thread -- BOS2 suggests "x-rayed again" preferred rather than re-x-ray. maybe I should put CT again
Complete thread -- we are verbatim... unless I have been misinterpreting their rules which are
Complete thread -- Consider next time slowing down the MP3 prior to posting to normal voice pattern
Complete thread -- that is so rude and condescending, assuming the OP doesn't know what MTing is about
Complete thread -- Eeek, ahh, Takayasu arteritis was in the link I posted, you should have opened it.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- that is what I would do if not verbatim, it soulds much better
Complete thread -- apparently it pasted last sentence twice
Complete thread -- sorry, replacing re-CTing with "repeating CT" and re-CT with "repeat CT"
Complete thread -- did you cut/paste that wrong? definitely take out the repeated
Complete thread -- going to replace re-CTing and re-CT both with "repeating CT"
Complete thread -- I also discussed re-CTing and they do feel that we should re-CT and make sure that
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hey! I remember those fancy-schmancy Saratoga Square office buildings SM
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- lol!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ...looks like that was just a phase they went through in 2004.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I have tried to use that site a few times and I guess I do not
Complete thread -- they use ePocrates, Inc. here for what it's worth.
Complete thread -- I also see it as "ePOCRATES"
Complete thread -- It is the name of a company so I would for sure
Complete thread -- dictation
Complete thread -- epocrates? seeing both lowercase and uppercase with the R symbol, even their site
Complete thread -- I blanked it and sent to QA : (
Complete thread -- I know. I am gonna go ahead and blank it as well and send to QA. Not may day today :(
Complete thread -- I listened multiple times since I wondered about "drink" too, but that's what it sounds
Complete thread -- oh boy! another option! haha
Complete thread -- to take?
Complete thread -- I flagged it. Doc was clear in how he said it and the previous report typed by another MT
Complete thread -- that is what I thought she said to. Just seemed odd to me "drink salt water gargle"??
Complete thread -- Report in 2014 (only one for patient) reported improvement in hot flashes since prempro
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- to drink the saltwater gargle
Complete thread -- Wag - cretaceous ??
Complete thread -- questioning what I am hearing as it does not seem right
Complete thread -- that makes 2 of us... it has been a while for me too
Complete thread -- sometimes I think I might hear MONTHS, sometimes WEEKS LOL!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I really cannot hear anything following 2-3 myself but it doesnt make sense by itself LOL
Complete thread -- sounds like years to me, but obviously up to you.
Complete thread -- cannot tell if saying 2-3 MONTHS ??
Complete thread -- thats what I wasnt sure about at first, then I questioned it all the more I re-listened
Complete thread -- where did that x come from? ectasia or ectatic (my fingers got confused)
Complete thread -- I knew there was something else in there, and *to 3* fits with
Complete thread -- I think your *to 3* years solves my question of years.
Complete thread -- Thanks MUCH, poi! :)
Complete thread -- She does think that perhaps in the last 2 to 3 years, her hot flashes have been worse.
Complete thread -- information link
Complete thread -- Noyes
Complete thread -- some doxism for extasia? extatic?
Complete thread -- nevermind. blanked it. ...
Complete thread -- (not sure about years)
Complete thread -- think perhaps in the last 2 years? (haven't heard her in a while)
Complete thread -- He has a history of a right knee arthroscopy with lateral meniscal deb ...
Complete thread -- Ureter
Complete thread -- She does __________, her hot flashes have been worse.
Complete thread -- Might be incision (and drainage) or pilonidal cyst resection sm
Complete thread -- did you need one nibnose? ☂
Complete thread -- yamean like this?
Complete thread -- Well nibnose, they, you and others, are sure free to post their findings right
Complete thread -- resection of pilonidal cyst
Complete thread -- You had better hope the umbrella people aren't watching. hee hee
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be "figures-of-eight" though?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Might consider QA or voice file. 2 different disorders (of heart)but do sound similar sm
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Same as you, I cannot verify that exact word combination, and
Complete thread -- doc says takotsubo arteritis (SM)
Complete thread -- RU sure perfusion isn't also protrusion? blank=abnormal possibly??
Complete thread -- The upper and lateral cartilages were left in their normalized positio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bayonet?
Complete thread -- A Freer was used to dissect the dislocated cartilage off its abnormal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- deal? (correcting from "take," I think)
Complete thread -- The swivel knife was then used to remove the septal cartilage and a Ta ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid
Complete thread -- Following 5 minutes of hemostasis, pledgets were removed. Nasal endos ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- figure-of-eights and the intraoral?
Complete thread -- Following this, the mentalis muscle was brought back together with mul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- supratip break
Complete thread -- The dorsal hump was removed with contouring with multiple rasps using ...
Complete thread -- yours actually makes way more sense. leave out the "seen."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- good tip
Complete thread -- The patient has a significant bony and cartilaginous hump with also ve ...
Complete thread -- A septal incision was made 1 cm superior to the caudal margin of the s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- airway obstruction
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ____, septal deviation, bilateral turbinate hy ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for the help. I will change it to "through"
Complete thread -- I would think it should be "It was carried down through the skin.."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and anconeus
Complete thread -- , was significantly more involved
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- *The patient had post digital trauma cauliflower ears,* significantly ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- any sort of evidence of
Complete thread -- Plan is for somewhere between 3 and 6 weeks depending on what they loo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction and info.
Complete thread -- “stretching out” (or unrecovered creep) of the graft tissue. (info)
Complete thread -- little bit of instability here, but it....it was some creep within the
Complete thread -- There was a still little tability of here but it looked like based on ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- disruption of *A* repair done a week ago.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- reconstruction, had a violent dream, done a week ago?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 63-year-old female who had AC reconstruction ____ and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and lower back pain at level 9 (I think he is correcting)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He reports neck pain at
Complete thread -- consistent. He reports the neck pain at
Complete thread -- consistent. He reports neck pain
Complete thread -- The patient states that his pain has been consistent ____ at level 8 a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and sprain and lumbar ?
Complete thread -- with strain and sprain
Complete thread -- His diagnosis was cervical muscle spasm with strain ____ lumbar disc h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr. Paquette
Complete thread -- Paquette ?
Complete thread -- Dear Dr. ____ ...
Complete thread -- ? phonology
Complete thread -- complex partial s/l foan-own-ology with a stuttering spell for a few minutes. TIA!
Complete thread -- yeah, think so. /thumbs up
Complete thread -- i thinks its "as per Dr.."
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- tried, sorry, can't get it.
Complete thread -- Recommendations: 1. Recommend epidural steroid injection which will ...
Complete thread -- thanks pie!
Complete thread -- reduction of?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- large oven
Complete thread -- status post work related injury on August 15, 2014 while lifting a ___ ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- ahh! nice! I do think so. Thanks!!!!
Complete thread -- idiosyncratic?
Complete thread -- Hydralazine may do this and in a ____ fashion, so we will hold this.
Complete thread -- You learn something new everyday! That's what I love about this job.
Complete thread -- wow, thanks so much! I never knew that!
Complete thread -- IOW, "Colonoscopy showed diverticula, hemorrhoids, and a 2 mm polyp."
Complete thread -- "tics" is slang for diverticula and "roids" is slang for hemorrhoids (but geez louise)
Complete thread -- No definitely sounded just like TICKS ROIDS ?
Complete thread -- hemorrhoids?
Complete thread -- Colonoscopy showed s/l tics roids and a 2 mm polyp.
Complete thread -- Multiple views "were" reviewed. Not "was."
Complete thread -- 2nd paragraph
Complete thread -- I guess I should have left it at no :)
Complete thread -- No hyphen. (see link)
Complete thread -- yep, "in" makes sense
Complete thread -- with this information, I'd guess L5 is for left 5th digit, and P2 is 2nd phalanx...
Complete thread -- X-ray Results
Complete thread -- I agree with no...but there should not be one after healthy-appearing when it
Complete thread -- can you give more information? (does not make sense to me)
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- can't tell what your question is, but *in* particular leads is common
Complete thread -- no - but if you think so, need another one after healthy-appearing
Complete thread -- Can't tell
Complete thread -- Is comma required after old?
Complete thread -- There is a Marshall flexibility test..so I think this works. Don't have more
Complete thread -- thank you poi! You are awesome!
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- thank you -
Complete thread -- s/l Marshall 4 flexibility
Complete thread -- neat link!
Complete thread -- me too.
Complete thread -- check out my link (posted above) love that accent :)
Complete thread -- I agree...just serosal
Complete thread -- yea, the last (the s traveled to the next word, so stress echo is right! gah!!
Complete thread -- Good job!!
Complete thread -- I'd go with hyphens but I'm no expert on punctuation...
Complete thread -- I just hear "serosal"
Complete thread -- *not sure, but gastrogastric is 1 word. No space between x2 or x3. blank is
Complete thread -- seromuscular bite
Complete thread -- ________ bite on the esophagus
Complete thread -- Sure did look for s/l on CREST trial 1 & 2. Stenting carries larger risk of stroke
Complete thread -- The middle one included _____ in the esophagus.
Complete thread -- yep, thanks
Complete thread -- anterior inferior or anterior-inferior?
Complete thread -- aha! I hear it now! Thank you so much taco, poi and everyone!
Complete thread -- ^that's definitely it^
Complete thread -- Wonder if Garrod nodes (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l Garrett nodes
Complete thread -- good suggestion!
Complete thread -- thank you all soooo much for your help! So grateful for everyone's input
Complete thread -- last stress echo ??? (this is my final guess - gotta get to work!)
Complete thread -- maybe not "last" at all (burned into my brain too), but maybe something "echo"?
Complete thread -- I can't quite hear "checkup" - I hear 3 syllables - like lb said, it s/l re-secca to me
Complete thread -- s/l "resekka" ruh-sekka ??? no idea
Complete thread -- I just can't hear that, but you *might* be right.
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "last" but it might just be burned into my brain
Complete thread -- last checkup was in 2013.
Complete thread -- could first word be mass?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I need two ☂ ☂ for this one
Complete thread -- Exactly. You beat me to it, poi.
Complete thread -- Sounds like last "re- something" or "ra-something"
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- huh? not hu
Complete thread -- that makes no sense? Circa is "approximately" - so last seen approximately was in.... hu
Complete thread -- Last circa was in 2013
Complete thread -- pt had chest pains while playing golf
Complete thread -- what are "these" that have completely resolved?
Complete thread -- Likely chronic yellow-brown* bone is ok, eburation of bone becomes smooth and
Complete thread -- Listened 3 more times and can't figure out what "last ___" is. I can't come up with any
Complete thread -- Last ..... ?
Complete thread -- considering further investigation. ____ was in 2013.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- provided the history
Complete thread -- husband witnessed it and _____ history. The patient had a generalized
Complete thread -- s/l "un-equi-ployzed" sm for sentence plse
Complete thread -- I do hear "control" and "abdominal pressure" but unsure of words in between.
Complete thread -- anyone hear "control the loops with abdominal pressure"?
Complete thread -- the "sterile dressing *applied* on the wound" comes after the blank
Complete thread -- starts to say "need to put ..." something -- then sounds like he corrects, and says...
Complete thread -- We will need to ______ as she did have some superficial tearing during the colonoscop
Complete thread -- I hear -sterile dressing was placed on the wound, drain was etc
Complete thread -- He doesn't really pronounce it correctly, but I believe that is it Thanks!!!!!
Complete thread -- ahh agree just found it too ALPSA variation of the Bankart lesion
Complete thread -- Maybe ALPSA/Bankart
Complete thread -- Unfortunately not, as I can hear "Dx: *ELSA/ALSA* Bankart labral tear".
Complete thread -- ah, that's good thought Q
Complete thread -- more text or a voice file might help get it. Also, it's not Bankart first name by the way
Complete thread -- Could doc be saying "DIAGNOSIS: (is a) Bankart....etc?
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: *Elsa *Bankart labral tear with capsular insufficiency
Complete thread -- Finally finding something. Had to change my search terms. Daily Cialis for BPH.
Complete thread -- In med list, it s/l Dr. is saying that the patient (a cardiac patient with
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- you're missing some hyphens... "small-bowel tumor" and "two-day history"
Complete thread -- ...nausea, in the absence of vomiting...
Complete thread -- Sent in
Complete thread -- diarrhea and nausea and the ______ of vomiting, fever and chills. - not 100% sure
Complete thread -- sol-stry labor pattern
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Could this be sterile
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- there was a (?)
Complete thread -- A ______ drain was placed on
Complete thread -- osteophytic ridge ______ disc herniation
Complete thread -- whew, because that is what is normally done - just didn't correct that
Complete thread -- yeah, not the best way to dictate it - he meant 5800 (which is the same as 5.8 thousand)
Complete thread -- he says 5 thousand point 8 so shuold be 5.8
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I will listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- piano keying?
Complete thread -- also, your white count is probably 5800 - how was it dictated?
Complete thread -- B12 level is given in picograms per mL (pg/mL)
Complete thread -- B12 in excess of 2000 *background*/mL.
Complete thread -- There is no s/l "pe-nucking" of the wrist. There is pain with DRUJ grind.
Complete thread -- came into the gutter *same*.
Complete thread -- There was *chronic yellow-brown* bone with some pointed eburnation
Complete thread -- The ______ was removed and sent to pathologic analysis.
Complete thread -- The patient is status post percutaneous pinning and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- out ____ femoral groove without difficulty
Complete thread -- At this time, we copiously irrigated the knee an additional time. Our ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and continued until we removed all loose meniscus. Unfortunately?, this went
Complete thread -- The medial compartments had a large medial meniscus tear. This was tr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "Plug in my carpal tunnel thing, I have the Normal one, incision, and put all that in...
Complete thread -- Our attention was turned to the carpal tunnel. I plugged in my carpal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No significant knot? was noted.
Complete thread -- This was done without difficulty and the finger then pulled in without ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- excised the ?
Complete thread -- We protected the neurovascular structures at all times. Under direct ...
Complete thread -- I agree; what a miserable way to be about people in general.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and arm dysfunction
Complete thread -- Assessment: Status post industrial injury with residual right shoulde ...
Complete thread -- thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dermatomes
Complete thread -- I think that works...and sounds like what he is saying!
Complete thread -- She has decreased sensation to the ____ of the C5-C6 on the right fore ...
Complete thread -- just one instance of that, though.
Complete thread -- I found "parallel improvement" in his past reports. would you go with that?
Complete thread -- pattern of??
Complete thread -- thanks so much. I'm at the beginning, so probably will have multiple more blanks anyway :/
Complete thread -- I can't get #2...partial? he really accents whatever it is.
Complete thread -- gmta :)
Complete thread -- ah, got first one, "This coincided"
Complete thread -- #1 This coincided
Complete thread -- actually, maybe that period is okay. This ___with the decline?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no giving way in
Complete thread -- MP3, long (apologies for length, but blanks are close together, so seemed easiest).
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- There is no history of falling, no history of locking joints, ____ joi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- , tight,
Complete thread -- Her pain will increase to level 7 on a scale of 1 to 10. The pain is ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 specific for the shoulder injury. #2. however
Complete thread -- performed. She has not taken any medication ____ shoulder injury. Sh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for info
Complete thread -- permanent and stationary for rating
Complete thread -- She was therefore deemed to be ____ purposes as of the visit of Septem ...
Complete thread -- info (sm)
Complete thread -- cumulative trauma disorder and how cumulative trauma disorder can seriously affect bones,
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- sorry, it is a cumulative trauma
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- June 1, 2012 (yes to accumulative trauma)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- So therefore, he opined for a resolution to *accumulative* trauma from ...
Complete thread -- exposure is consistent
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- opined
Complete thread -- He attributed the condition to repetitive use of the upper extremities ...
Complete thread -- That's a shame to feel about and treat patients like that even if they can't hear/nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes correct.
Complete thread -- Ronald R. Castonguay, MD
Complete thread -- and this is in Fresno Calif area?
Complete thread -- This necessitated treatment with another doctor, Dr. ____ who performe ...
Complete thread -- yep, one-thought modifier. several good entries for that subject in the Archives.
Complete thread -- yw. sorry, it didn't strike any chords for me regardless of s/l.
Complete thread -- I had to send it in. Thanks for trying to help
Complete thread -- thankee :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- good one
Complete thread -- She was treated conservatively and the claim was managed with very lig ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- boss while in the employ of the Valley Women's Prison. ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- while an ____ employee of (bath sounds like back to me, but still
Complete thread -- np, it certainly makes more sense.
Complete thread -- I stand by my suggestion...pretty sure he does say award after disability
Complete thread -- She had initial injury to the right arm and shoulder while moving for ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I learned on this board that pain-free is alway hyphenated
Complete thread -- medical award and disability where thus applicable?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l doe-ee-gee or doo-ee-gee?
Complete thread -- medical award and disability award as applicable?
Complete thread -- It complies with California Code of Corporation Article 5.6. Criteria ...
Complete thread -- s/l do-e-g
Complete thread -- pay is good. haha
Complete thread -- got the answer. Thanks.
Complete thread -- me too! I'd even be happy to job share.
Complete thread -- dang...I want that job
Complete thread -- need more text to make connection for google, health care facility name, disability claim
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- spelling that out but not finding anyone by that name on net
Complete thread -- chowchilla. it's notorious in Cali.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. that's correct
Complete thread -- the heading is Employer:
Complete thread -- hey, that prison is about 30 miles from me!
Complete thread -- i am hearing "Flair" State
Complete thread -- Date of injury
Complete thread -- hah, gmta (great minds think alike). just posted above.
Complete thread -- sorry, don't know. some kind of heading? (see inside)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. the blank should be a heading I think?
Complete thread -- still listening to blank, but Valley State Prison
Complete thread -- I think she finally has. She moved on to Florida for a while and then someplace else.
Complete thread -- D.O.I: ...., initially right shoulder, right arm, right hand, and rig ...
Complete thread -- I didn't read it all, but I hope she lost her job. What a b____.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "aiming for"?
Complete thread -- The bag was filled with Provisc. Then, an MA60AC +22.0 diopter intrao ...
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- did you google them? what is the context?
Complete thread -- What do the abreviations PIP and SVC stand for?
Complete thread -- babesia?
Complete thread -- fluff, but medical-related
Complete thread -- Serologies & peripheral smear ordered for s/l vuh-vee-see-uh & other parasites. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that's it. Thanks so very much to both of you!!
Complete thread -- *...Diagnoses: Include*
Complete thread -- Seems possible...see link
Complete thread -- Could he be saying CME (cystoid macular edema)?
Complete thread -- EPIMACULAR PROLIFERATION AND ______ OF THE RIGHT EYE.
Complete thread -- no wonder Whitney loved him!
Complete thread -- pleasantly surprised by the link - I was expecting something dry.
Complete thread -- hah! so glad it wasn't Britney. that vocal fry of hers makes me want to pull my ears off.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- (long 2nd toe is "2nd ray)
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- unsure if "in" or "and" sounds more like "and" so not sure if that should be #3?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- yes, that is why I think he goofed saying "vitamin" K :)
Complete thread -- **where is the like button** ?
Complete thread -- I think you're right
Complete thread -- K rider is "potassium rider"
Complete thread -- going with "2 K riders of 10 mEq each" because I believe he goofed saying "vitamin K"
Complete thread -- furthermore...
Complete thread -- needing to verify that doc misspoke and that I should remove "vitamin K"??
Complete thread -- Agree. I listened umpteen times and still hear "or inducible"
Complete thread -- The word is "inducible". What you "clearly" hear is the /r/ sound from "oR inducible".
Complete thread -- good job T
Complete thread -- My typo infrahisian. We disagree, I did clearly hear "R" reducible over 8 times.
Complete thread -- fluff to darlene
Complete thread -- no, "inducible" is correct, not "reducible" and it's "infrahisian".
Complete thread -- #2spontaneous or reducible parahisian block #3 alteration as
Complete thread -- agree lesion, they create a scar to destroy tissue (ablate)
Complete thread -- social internet (IMO) is not "gossip stuff" - but that's your prerogative
Complete thread -- oh ok
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- note: ablation OF the AV nodal slow pathway area (not with)
Complete thread -- I hear "infrahisian" for the first 2 blanks.
Complete thread -- 2. anterior fascicular 3. alterations? ulcerations? 1. mayyyyybe 'intraatrial
Complete thread -- yes, they create lesions in this kind of procedure
Complete thread -- Ummmm... if they're doing an ablation, I think this would fit.
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- The system was used to guide *lesion* placement.
Complete thread -- Glad you caught that one.
Complete thread -- Sounds reasonable to me. Think he's referring to the interval time (see link)
Complete thread -- uh oh, seems I hurt some feelings, sorry unintentional
Complete thread -- yep, see link:
Complete thread -- Found this...see link...scroll down to genericide
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- With *closely coupled* double extrastimuli
Complete thread -- Single action stimuli were given.
Complete thread -- First sentence, An 18 (not A 18)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- conduction at baseline. _____ stimulator was
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- there are lots of FB members with his name - wow. I couldn't even begin trying to guess
Complete thread -- also s/b 5.5 French sheaths (plural)...and would suggest being
Complete thread -- A steerable decapolar catheter (what I heard)
Complete thread -- ? typo....s/b into not in to
Complete thread -- ? typo...s/b sheaths not sheath
Complete thread -- I think it might be
Complete thread -- Not sure, but see link..I think he's saying LA slash CS (LA/CS) when recording
Complete thread -- Kinda fast, but I hear a "slash" in there
Complete thread -- ventricular apical positions. _____ catheter was advanced
Complete thread -- FB fluff
Complete thread -- electrophysiologic study including _____ recording
Complete thread -- hmm. If osteoporosis med ? include calcium, vitamin D supplements, estrogen therapy
Complete thread -- I'm emailing ya... its a charter.net address.
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- more fluff about FB
Complete thread -- fluffy...
Complete thread -- I never know if they're using a generic band-aid or the real deal, so I don't.
Complete thread -- I can't it at all.
Complete thread -- I seriously doubt poi was talking to you.
Complete thread -- It does to me, all tests i have heard of and on google too
Complete thread -- Me either. No social internet gossip stuff, other things to do
Complete thread -- will flag, thank you!
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin was 10.3, MCV _____ . Chemistry showed
Complete thread -- Compression fracture: [s/l Risp-un-zuh]
Complete thread -- fluff to poi..thanks poi, but I don't have facebook or any other social network
Complete thread -- fluff to lb...and others who might be interested
Complete thread -- Does this sentence read ok?
Complete thread -- Don't leave us in suspense...what was the answer?
Complete thread -- never mind, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Ok thanks.
Complete thread -- I guess "mouth" makes sense, meaning oral versus IV (since Hartmann's is an IV solution)
Complete thread -- We then placed 4 sounds like "neese loops" osseously. (humerus surgery)
Complete thread -- I heard "some mild" but .... ??
Complete thread -- I would not have a comma after then or after 90 degrees
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "marked solution" but cannot make sense of that
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- Ahhh...Was wrong all the way around...Thank you!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- eh...it is the 3rd one down
Complete thread -- I think it is 5/64 - see link - about the 4th or 5th one down
Complete thread -- mouth solution??
Complete thread -- Small drill holes were made with **564 or 560 force**Steinmann pin at the arthrodesis
Complete thread -- Thereafter, she will try using some_____ as a rehydration solution.
Complete thread -- We have discussed this previously on the board and I made
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- a risk of aspiration
Complete thread -- issues initiating swallowing. There is also _____ and hence *** is entirely correct.
Complete thread -- When page appears, click on the word 'bulbous' in the Find Box at top of page
Complete thread -- Wonder if he means bulbous varix (see link)
Complete thread -- I do.
Complete thread -- I don't cap band-aid -- but, I'm not "most of
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Yep, that's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- he has a large s/l bulbavarix on his leg.
Complete thread -- verifying I am hearing correctly on the lung portion
Complete thread -- With that line of thinking, we wouldn't cap Band-Aid, yet most of us do,
Complete thread -- bone graft is surgery to place new bone or bone substitutes into spaces around a broken
Complete thread -- that is a first for me, american doc pronounced accessory muscles as a-cuss-a-ree
Complete thread -- FWIW...I 'think' he's trying to say that on the lateral knee x-ray, the
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- If you chose to cap, the registered product is Lifeline (see link)...as
Complete thread -- agree -- intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
Complete thread -- I'm sure it is ICSI, as suggested above, it is just pronounced "ixy".
Complete thread -- I also just found this
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- urology/gyn
Complete thread -- She activated her Life Line in the afternoon after developing substernal chest pain.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no diarrhea, not in pain, not in distress. (what I hear)
Complete thread -- noted, pain ______ or any distress
Complete thread -- what's your question?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The word is...
Complete thread -- central and to the left
Complete thread -- bone graft ...
Complete thread -- Coagulation Labs
Complete thread -- spine revealed C5-C6 ______ left large
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- anastamosis
Complete thread -- sorry this is not a wav
Complete thread -- good flow past the _____ on a strip
Complete thread -- no WAV
Complete thread -- noted, pain ______ or any distress
Complete thread -- Distal femur fracture.
Complete thread -- changed to
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin was 10.3, MCV ______. Chemistry showed
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- taking just *the*
Complete thread -- with the remaining aspect of the acromion, taking just ?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- I hear somethign about within the medial aspect and then something about acromion. sorry
Complete thread -- We then shaved this down to coplane it ____ taking just anterolateral ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- particularly near the AC joint
Complete thread -- We got complete closure of the rotator cuff and compression of this. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thanks, but sorry. I do hear what I said above, but can't really make sense of that.
Complete thread -- Extensive debridement, subacromial decompression, biceps tenodesis, su ...
Complete thread -- something cornhair?? what's the exact procedure?
Complete thread -- We did release ____ to allow excursion but overall did not take the na ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dwyer? (Dwyer osteotomy, for Archives)
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The left foot and leg were prepped and draped in the tibial tuberosity ...
Complete thread -- "troubled soul troll" does have more of a ring to it than just "troubled soul," Avery. :D
Complete thread -- it's a great timesaver for me, please do continue.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- at least
Complete thread -- There was significant anterior drawer with posterior hiatus of anterio ...
Complete thread -- I may have let my Google war for "endorectal ultrasound" vs. "anorectal ultrasound"
Complete thread -- its ok. thanks.
Complete thread -- Also, normally would do it 2nd and 5th (unless client preference is otherwise)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think "This actually was the central.."
Complete thread -- :) They *are.* But to protect from nonsense rather than tear gas and pepper spray.
Complete thread -- anorectal, as he dictated it in report previously also. thanks
Complete thread -- The long plantar arm of C-arm was created with a very small and short ...
Complete thread -- you must mean atst :)
Complete thread -- Could well be "endorectal ultrasound" ....I find on googling both are
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- I do think it is "procto"...see link
Complete thread -- a possible rigid procto and endorectal ...
Complete thread -- #1 with possible rigid ?procto and anorectal ultrasound (I think)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Correction: I will also add that the patient might benefit
Complete thread -- #2 to rule out
Complete thread -- you're very welcome. :) I really appreciate that you also acknowledge seeing the
Complete thread -- The plan is to have the patient proceed with a chemoradiation therapy, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- on (in?) one side ... anus
Complete thread -- Then maybe it is Belleair Surgery Center as that is only 20+ miles from Tampa, FL (see
Complete thread -- Unclear why the rectum appeared slightly thicker in ____. There was n ...
Complete thread -- oops..you were looking for state. Tampa Bay Florida
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- possibly the site of the (I think)
Complete thread -- All the areas appeared to be normal, except for slight thickening on t ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- straining endorectal ultrasound?
Complete thread -- thanks - I'll have another listen and see
Complete thread -- Tampa Bay Q
Complete thread -- A straining anorectal ultrasound (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I thought possible Bel Air or Belleair ...might help if we knew what state or
Complete thread -- The anorectal ultrasound probe was placed into the anal canal and adva ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Premiere? I think Medpor, not Medipore
Complete thread -- She underwent a Medipore on 06/18/2015 at the *Rare* Surgery Center wi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a PET scan that did not
Complete thread -- She has undergone an upper and lower endoscopy without any evidence of ...
Complete thread -- you're very welcome, ats. ;) (grinning, running, and ducking)
Complete thread -- ditto. just "distended to"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- got #1 Endopath
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't hear that
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing distended "back"
Complete thread -- #2 trocar #3 I don't hear anything there
Complete thread -- After anesthesia was established, the abdomen was prepped and draped i ...
Complete thread -- thanks pie!
Complete thread -- the anterior segment ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- daily multivitamin and taking behavior modification
Complete thread -- Assistant in gastric segment?
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Complete thread -- daily multivitamin taking? and behavior modification? (next paragraph)
Complete thread -- She understand need for lifelong medical surveillance including daily ...
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Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- #2 The options of
Complete thread -- Prior to operation, risks including ____ in particular DVT, PE, and mo ...
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Complete thread -- repair
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Morbid obesity. 2. Complication of mor ...
Complete thread -- New subsegmental atelectasis noted in _______ of the lingula.
Complete thread -- I see what you did there.
Complete thread -- thank you! added it to my expander for next time :)
Complete thread -- (Specialty: General Surgery. Subspecialties: Surgical Oncology and Immunology.)
Complete thread -- how about Chris(topher) Touloukian (surgeon in Indianapolis)?
Complete thread -- Forget this one
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Do we know what type of doctor?
Complete thread -- looking for a doctor s/l Christie Keenan in Indiana, probably Indianapolis area. tia
Complete thread -- Nothing against you trying to help, but the OP can always ask where she works for samples
Complete thread -- Sharing information on pharmacist education and training, some not`informed at all
Complete thread -- Billybob - is it okay to request knowing a physician's name...for
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done. Sometimes we can research using that info.
Complete thread -- I'd say not - if it is a "foreign" drug. but, hey.. whatEYVER
Complete thread -- wow... i thought i heard it with an "M" like sorium, so I was close (but no cigar). Def a
Complete thread -- ahhh - good one, mt! That's exactly what it sounds like to me...
Complete thread -- I thought somebody here was starting an umbralla revolution.
Complete thread -- OMG really! they know the brand and generic (ingredient name)
Complete thread -- on Soarian
Complete thread -- ha ha - I've been sitting here trying to figure out who "Avery" is.
Complete thread -- This one deserved a ☂ to begin with rather than trying to reason about it.
Complete thread -- Ok... (SM for rant)
Complete thread -- lol - good one poi
Complete thread -- but, he says "ejection fraction of" s/l sorium. So, you mean ejection fraction of shorten
Complete thread -- This troubled soul troll owns it every time :)
Complete thread -- to stop the garbage from piling up on our heads, though I did not post it *this time*
Complete thread -- Avery troubled soul who wants to troll. She owned the symbol in archives.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- The point is that in the U.S. we don't use foreign names of drugs.
Complete thread -- on Sorine? (is that possibly in mediation list?)
Complete thread -- what are these umbrella symbols for and who's putting them on this board and why?
Complete thread -- You just don't get it. If the Dr is used to dictating the international drug name sm
Complete thread -- makes me think of canaliculi (were) but may be
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- the blank starts with an "S" all I can think of shorted/shortening EF
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I tried as well and couldn't get it. Sorry!
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- if the patient was here in U.S. they wouldn't be taking a foreign drug.
Complete thread -- I listened, can't get it.
Complete thread -- anyone? I am needing to send
Complete thread -- Foreign "account" not mentioned. Dictator may be WORKING HERE from another country sm
Complete thread -- s/l cavo ca-lick-ah might be (veno/vena) cavo/caval hepatic (junction)
Complete thread -- If it really is a foreign account, OP should have mentioned it, but I kinda
Complete thread -- stat transfer dictation
Complete thread -- Drugs.com Omeprazole is reported as an ingredient of Promeprazole in sm
Complete thread -- Brisk inflow was identified and **Naprosyn??** was applied to the orifice.
Complete thread -- the *ova-era*irrigation was initiated through a donor portal vein cannula..SM
Complete thread -- Thank ya'll!
Complete thread -- The **cavo ca-lick-ah* was adjusted....He's stumping me today!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Click on page 89, paragraph below highlighted confluence
Complete thread -- Maybe. See link. Book about liver transplant, page 89 shows use of
Complete thread -- or even rabeprazole
Complete thread -- No, don't use it. I'd flag it. could be omeprazole. but, never use something you can't
Complete thread -- never list a drug you can't document -are you sure it is not omeprazole or pantoprazole?
Complete thread -- Yes. German clamp at junction of left, middle, and right hepatic veins
Complete thread -- doc says promeprazole on drug list
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- s/l 3D fusion (?)
Complete thread -- Thank you. That is what I ended up doing.
Complete thread -- I meant to say "city and country" (not "state") inside my post
Complete thread -- Put a comma after Barcelona AND a comma after Spain.
Complete thread -- Would you put a comma after Barcelona?
Complete thread -- **German** clamp?
Complete thread -- They often do return or may help others on the board also
Complete thread -- I bet that was it. Better late than never. I hope the OP comes back to see it.
Complete thread -- Beath fits The bone plug suture placed through the Beath needle and pulled into the ...
Complete thread -- maybe "negative aspiration for CSF and/or heme"?
Complete thread -- not sure about "under" heme, might want to relisten to that
Complete thread -- good thinking - probably a Beath needle.
Complete thread -- s/l beef meal might be(some kind of ) "needle" in there somewhere
Complete thread -- suction or suction seal ?
Complete thread -- you can try googling sample notes for this specific procedure for common phrases/wordings.
Complete thread -- thank you so much-you've helped a great deal-can't seem to post audio
Complete thread -- the second one would be CSF (cerebrospinal fluid)...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Help please. Getting lost in this injection note. I put 2 spots in quotes
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- This giant tumor was resected without incident and *peeled* off the anterior cerebral
Complete thread -- Will flag
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- can you slow it down a bit?
Complete thread -- beef meal sounds like piecemeal, but I don't know if that fits here at all
Complete thread -- must be achilles - going with that
Complete thread -- a passing suture was passed through *beef meal* which was then pulled down
Complete thread -- you have to be male
Complete thread -- The guide _______exit point on the tibia
Complete thread -- reconstruction with *Killies* Allograft, left knee.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on ... heparin. The first order of business (was to give?) liposuction
Complete thread -- SCDs were ____ the legs and the patient was given 5000 units of subcut ...
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Complete thread -- a dishbowl-type deformity ...or... dish-bowl-type deformity
Complete thread -- We then laterally did preserve some of the tissue in the axilla to kee ...
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Complete thread -- 4/5 (external rotator?)
Complete thread -- She has failed all conservative measures. She has evidence of impinge ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- I then irrigated the wound thoroughly and then placed a spinal cord st ...
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Complete thread -- clear it was partial-thickness and not full-thickness
Complete thread -- This was debrided as was a partial-thickness articular surface rotator ...
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Complete thread -- correcting himself from surgical to "cervical and"
Complete thread -- She has failed all conservative measures. She was consented and broug ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- at L5-S1 on the left. I saw a portion of the disc extruding through an
Complete thread -- I then retracted the S1 nerve root and exposed the disc herniation. T ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- spinal
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Left L5-S1 extruded disc herniation. ...
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Complete thread -- mucous cyst
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Complete thread -- beginning on the
Complete thread -- Ulnar capsulotomy was made and radial capsulotomy was made as well to ...
Complete thread -- lol. but, yeah, you gotta do what them that pays you says to do.
Complete thread -- well, at least that was closer to what it really is. So weird, it is
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. medial 2. kinking
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Complete thread -- Articular branches of the ulnar nerve were sacrificed and branches to ...
Complete thread -- agree w/gold) is what I heard too
Complete thread -- and at my previous employer "pussy" was to be changed to "purulent"
Complete thread -- my employer has "pussy" on slang list to be typed as "pus-like"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Sounds like she is stumbling -versus an LMA, then changing it to via an LMA.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I have no idea
Complete thread -- Initially, anesthesia was inadequate for patient comfort and therefore ...
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Complete thread -- Ointment
Complete thread -- At the end of the procedure, there was no tension on the flap and the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flap was
Complete thread -- agree!
Complete thread -- The skin flap was undermined along the incisions along the horizontal ...
Complete thread -- glad u liked it. :-)
Complete thread -- not exactly. she is an acctress in Indian film industry. The movie's name is Cocktail.
Complete thread -- pussy is containing pus...pus-like would be *like* pus. I don't understand
Complete thread -- LOL! :-D
Complete thread -- oh my goodness...long day. "watery" sheesh!
Complete thread -- blottery?? The fluid was "blottery" and pus-like.
Complete thread -- you asked where cystic gland (polyp) is on EGD - it's in the stomach
Complete thread -- I didn't hear "stomach" in there either
Complete thread -- placed in a **4-A** frame clamp with the radial artery.
Complete thread -- placed in a **4-A** frame clamp with the radial artery.
Complete thread -- someone else already said that
Complete thread -- I thought dysplastic benign polyp but aren't they always benign?
Complete thread -- I wouldn't comma "stab incision, and
Complete thread -- vascularized?
Complete thread -- We took a wafer of s/l*fast rise* omentum
Complete thread -- i have at least 30 years' much experienco myselfo, but still get thingsa wrongo
Complete thread -- stomach
Complete thread -- yeah, i know. hrumpf...
Complete thread -- dysplastic cystic gland polyp?
Complete thread -- are you gonna argue with somebody that has mucho experience?
Complete thread -- it actually sounds like a combination of the two -- dysplastic *signign* polyp.
Complete thread -- That answer also made no sense to me. but, if it did, it'd be "there are" not there is
Complete thread -- I did listen and posted what I heard.
Complete thread -- that was actually my second guess after "sigmoid"
Complete thread -- Hey, wav still up, take a listen. My ears are good, mucho acute care exp.
Complete thread -- I sorta here "benign" polyp in there?
Complete thread -- you might want to get your ears checked
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Complete thread -- ** BTW, thanks Billybob for deleting my multiple posts.
Complete thread -- heyyy, i like this.
Complete thread -- hmmm
Complete thread -- dysplastic sigmoid (?) polyp
Complete thread -- sounds like starts with a "K" ? keeps being euthymic(euthymic state =normal mood)
Complete thread -- ***and this is why we need a "delete" button for our own posts.
Complete thread -- gahhhh!! i hate when that does that!
Complete thread -- I hear "there is specifics to nonpolyp"
Complete thread -- i didnt hear cystic (where would a cystic gland be on an EGD, just wondering?)
Complete thread -- i didnt hear cystic (where would a cystic gland be on an EGD, just wondering?)
Complete thread -- i didnt hear cystic (where would a cystic gland be on an EGD, just wondering?)
Complete thread -- does he maybe say cystic gland polyp?
Complete thread -- yea... been there/done that.
Complete thread -- starts to say spastic _____ polyp, so not sure what he wants.
Complete thread -- the surveillance of possible Barrett's, _____ and previous colonic polyps.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- yep - a blood test.
Complete thread -- A *serum* ammonia has been ordered.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hey, I said "used to" - that was back in the day.
Complete thread -- he says "deferred" then changes his mind to...
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- Affect was appropriate. _____ euthymic.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, I didn't come back.
Complete thread -- hmmmm...
Complete thread -- every single time i get him, this phrase gets blanked. the sample doesn't make sense to
Complete thread -- i'm still hearing old wav
Complete thread -- Axis II: _______, rule out borderline personality disorder.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Guess I'll leave it.
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me. I used to be a social smoker whenever I snorted cocaine.
Complete thread -- Does this sentence sound right?
Complete thread -- dunno, but you have a typo on STATUS
Complete thread -- Affect was appropriate. *kingfully* euthymic. Denies any suicidal or
Complete thread -- "Keen" makes good sense (I have a doc who always says the pt is "keen" to be discharged)
Complete thread -- Yup, makes sense!
Complete thread -- Hmm...keen?
Complete thread -- s/l a-cane or cane (see message)
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- suspect " correlated well" is this dictator term, but also googles well
Complete thread -- me either, though I have had QA ding me before and state "use archives, that is why they
Complete thread -- Good plan, I wouldn't trust a past report unless I can hear it.
Complete thread -- I am not able to hear any of that, so I am gonna have to blank it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Well, correlated and conjugate have similar meanings.
Complete thread -- one old report shows: Pupils reactive to light and accommodation symmetrical
Complete thread -- ...and what does "pupils correlated" mean exactly?
Complete thread -- mayyybe I hear "correlated" but can't really make out "pharynx symmetrical"
Complete thread -- found physician's example, but I can't hear it, can you?
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- the Indian Shakira?
Complete thread -- thanks, guy - that was a fun video. Good day/night to you!
Complete thread -- Have a good day. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- sorry - I gave it 3 more listens and can't get either blank even w/my fresh ears.
Complete thread -- i think it's "that" not "they"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wav posted again
Complete thread -- kinda sounds like "they gave him a gamekeeper's and/or..." but I dunno who "they" are?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- something "...gamekeeper's and/or" (gamekeeper's thumb is the same as UCL tear)
Complete thread -- you posted over guy's unanswered wav
Complete thread -- can't get it - but maybe "at" her PCP, rather than "and" ...
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant gentleman who injured his thumb ____ right uln ...
Complete thread -- sorry. right wav posted now.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing a wav about eyelids
Complete thread -- She failed a recent screening audiogram and her primary care physician ...
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- my ears are fresher than yours - it's only 6:30 a.m. where I am.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ...feels like, or parents are feeling ____ missing out on conversation (?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. its amazing you can hear this.
Complete thread -- She asks people constantly to repeat themselves, and feels like...
Complete thread -- This is a 4-year-old child with 4 episodes of otitis media when she wa ...
Complete thread -- shorter wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- you have too many words missing and such a long sound file that I
Complete thread -- 4 episodes of otitis media when she was younger and 1 ...
Complete thread -- 4 episodes of otitis media and 1 episode.... (1st one)
Complete thread -- he spelled it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a 4-year-old child with ____ 1 epi ...
Complete thread -- Rogers is the far more common spelling of the name, unless he spelled it for you with the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- The patient is referred by Daniel Rodgers, her *genetic* nurse navigator.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- I think her wounds have healed enough that we can consider proceeding ...
Complete thread -- good job
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a CT scan demonstrated pancisternal subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I was hearing "head of the microscope"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. I am hearing "head of the microscope"
Complete thread -- Also it might help to post surgery title
Complete thread -- The wav is way too fast. Waste of time with wav that fast
Complete thread -- operating?
Complete thread -- tried but couldn't get it
Complete thread -- After appropriate consent was assured to be obtained, the patient was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I always change it, since those symbols don't print on a lot of printers.
Complete thread -- is "Ménière" disease ok to write or should i change it to Meniere?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- very few hits (see link), but works for me.
Complete thread -- oops, sorry for both caps lock at end and double post
Complete thread -- *s/l pancisternal* subarachnoid hemorrHAGE
Complete thread -- *s/l pancisternal* subarachnoid hemorrHAGE
Complete thread -- *s/l pancisternal* subarachnoid hemorrHAGE
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, but this is one of those times where I'd spell out "second"
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- It is not clear she can tolerate...
Complete thread -- She is an English as a 2nd language high school teacher. Cap ESL? Hyphens? thanks
Complete thread -- She intermittently uses antinausea medicines ___ can tolerate or uses any proton pump
Complete thread -- It's some kind of brace/splint for the knees. "We ordered her a new ______ splint." nm
Complete thread -- :) thanks, poi. (now I'm hungry ... pie, poi ... lol)
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Posting the sentence might help. Bone splints (like on lower part of shin/knee)
Complete thread -- op said it was not -pexy
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is not what this nurse practitioner is saying, so I'll have to flag.
Complete thread -- check direct anterior tracheobronchopexy
Complete thread -- tracheobronchial s/l plex-ee (not pexy or plasty) (see message)
Complete thread -- Cefzil? nm
Complete thread -- "Boone splints" for knees? Boot splints? Bone splints? Google no help.
Complete thread -- I should say your answer was the correct answer :)
Complete thread -- he did get this correct pie. He messaged me the correct answer and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- apparent?
Complete thread -- There is some _____ distention caused by her kyphosis.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l he stuttered over diffuse ?
Complete thread -- when I type that in Google, it gives me Xgeva.
Complete thread -- Xgeva
Complete thread -- Breast cancer- started on aromasin and s/l exgiva
Complete thread -- consistent with global _____ anoxia and diffuse cerebral
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think he starts to say "brain..." and then changes his mind - so nothing in blank?
Complete thread -- Nuzyme
Complete thread -- She is not responsive. Pupils are dilated, fixed. ______ CT of the brain as describ
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Yes that's what saying. I should have said s/l ABR=ABO etc
Complete thread -- Maybe he means Nuzyme but s/l he's saying
Complete thread -- I answered this one last week - "There is dark material in..."
Complete thread -- Blood pressure 109/81, pulse 106. ______ the NG tube.
Complete thread -- So you're saying the answer is ABO (and) Rh? If so, I
Complete thread -- Miralax, artificial tears, tetracaine, _____, triamcinolone, ______.
Complete thread -- I like the below suggestion of "effusive" much better - the term actually goes with mania.
Complete thread -- I guess could be diffusive=pour out, spread freely (the mania)
Complete thread -- Everyone has an ABO blood type (A, B, AB, or O) and an Rh factor (positive or negative).
Complete thread -- that's all I come with as well
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Savella?
Complete thread -- drug s/l sa vil
Complete thread -- effusive would be my first guess.
Complete thread -- history of mania. Today, patient no longer appears "diffusive"? sm
Complete thread -- Tp had s/l ABR RH done. She is A positive.
Complete thread -- Since the doc is using present tense throughout the
Complete thread -- Yes. (see link)
Complete thread -- some striae and distention?
Complete thread -- e-mail billybob to delete the patient's name.
Complete thread -- Elevated alkaline phosphatase is more likely due to *bone*.
Complete thread -- There is some *crayon* distention caused by her kyphosis.
Complete thread -- no - a smoker.
Complete thread -- at/to the lateral canthal area? see link
Complete thread -- at the bilateral canthal area? Could they have injected 2 areas?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- answered below.
Complete thread -- below the canthal area? at the level of the canthal area?
Complete thread -- Prior to taking to the operating room, the patient was sedated and loc ...
Complete thread -- tarsus (typo)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The cut tarus edge
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The tarsus of the cut portion of the lid was then exposed and anchored ...
Complete thread -- after instillation of
Complete thread -- A corneal protective lens was placed into the right eye ____ topical t ...
Complete thread -- Prior to taking to the operating room, the patient was sedated and loc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Repair of right upper eyelid
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right upper lid floppy lid with mechanical ec ...
Complete thread -- Agree. Duc is a name of Vietnamese origin, goes with last name of
Complete thread -- Duc Nguyen? Duke Nukem??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- results, awaiting call from Michelle (?) in _____ Care Center
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- This is very pleasant female with gastroesophageal reflux disease and ...
Complete thread -- *for the* evaluation of
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant female who is referred by Dr. Duke Nguyen with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- One is family practice the other is gastroenterology.
Complete thread -- I hear "Dr Babaknia" and find that name in Orange County, but
Complete thread -- can it be Dr. Behboodikhah?
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I got the wav before the posting got here. This is what I heard
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 nutrition #2 besides the
Complete thread -- The plan is to contact the insurance if the patient would need ____ co ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's saying "She had advance on fill done recently, a few
Complete thread -- had (incorrectly says has) band unfill done recently, a few weeks ago.
Complete thread -- The patient has continuously been followed up with me and was seen for ...
Complete thread -- I googled "neurosurgeons of the 20th century" and some names other than Harvey Cushing
Complete thread -- thanks billybob and lb
Complete thread -- Norvasc 5 mg ?? Kinda hard to hear. I do hear "vas" in the ending of the word.
Complete thread -- Norvasc ____ mg?
Complete thread -- do you have asthma? I also cough, but I've had asthma for years so no surprise.
Complete thread -- prednisone 10 mg daily, _______ 4 mg daily, lisinopril 10 mg daily
Complete thread -- A small "v-cotomy" was made in A2 in order to access at multiple areas along
Complete thread -- yeah. OP said s/l "centi" something, which is why I thought my answer might have been
Complete thread -- Sorry, this is such a horrible sound file I can't get anything. Before Cushing, s/l it
Complete thread -- which now has pride of place in my collection of works of _____, _____ ...
Complete thread -- Word-of-mouse is inconclusive on this one.
Complete thread -- or even "on" post-pull films
Complete thread -- also found it on this page, scroll down to SVC curve (this has has volume/dm3)
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- When I do that, I cough.
Complete thread -- I think they are talking about an x-ray after pulling the chest tube
Complete thread -- agree, with ( n g a d k d) liters
Complete thread -- Don't know completely, but think "and" is really "in"
Complete thread -- see link - scroll down to vital capacity
Complete thread -- I find it as (cm3)
Complete thread -- liters per second?
Complete thread -- What unit is slow vital capacity (SVC) measured in? It sounds like he TIA!
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray was stable and a s/l post-pull film without pneumothorax.
Complete thread -- yep, mine too. I missed the OP by just a few seconds, but that's the
Complete thread -- meh... I didnt read any of the posts before posting, but this one got my vote.
Complete thread -- nevermind, i just saw you said "did not spell"
Complete thread -- did the doc spell that out, or did you?
Complete thread -- WAG -- slang for tetralogy of Fallot?
Complete thread -- tet-canal defect
Complete thread -- see link for a couple of hits
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She says, "possibly tet canal, T-A-T canal, C-A-N-A-L." She doesn't say the word "spell."
Complete thread -- hmmm --- "Tet spell" shows up, could she be saying "Tet spell" instead of "Tet spelled"?
Complete thread -- As you know, the baby has a complete AV canal defect and possibly * s/l tet* canal.
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- stomach in a sleeve
Complete thread -- stomach in a sleeve...
Complete thread -- not certain what he said
Complete thread -- Yep, that's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- I think I just got it: in the distal femoral vein, popliteal and proximal posterior tibia
Complete thread -- all I can make out is he says "popliteal" somewhere in there
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Same difference -- I'd type it as dictated.
Complete thread -- dictated as "RX 45 Hydratome" but online shows "Hydratome RX 45"
Complete thread -- Maybe he lifted his son named Gayler. A wav/mp3 file would help.
Complete thread -- "did lift some gayler the night before"
Complete thread -- PLEASE DISREGARD! Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- Ortho question - inner surface or intersurface tear? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- majority of
Complete thread -- Tear posterior horn lateral meniscus. Early grade 4 chondromalacia __ ...
Complete thread -- Right, who knows? Guess they think it's cool to talk that way. Not.
Complete thread -- yep, that works.
Complete thread -- or "laminar fusion"?
Complete thread -- I wouldn't guess...it might be laminotomy
Complete thread -- Guess she means laminectomy. Wish they would say that rather than lami.
Complete thread -- Patient is status post s/l lami fusion L3-5. "Lami" is "laminectomy"?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- QA also left this blank.
Complete thread -- QA left blank.
Complete thread -- Complains
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: ____ when brushing on the upper left. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- microwave
Complete thread -- microwave ? (what's the Dx?)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He performed self catheterization periodically. He has had a prior __ ...
Complete thread -- You may have some singular/plural issues ?target points were waist(s)?
Complete thread -- agree with Q, could be saying "3 millimeters pulmonary nodule."
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Here are more specific hits
Complete thread -- See if you can hear "pulmonary nodule" (see link)
Complete thread -- I tried, but couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- CTA of the chest: There is a 3 mm s/l spull-nare-ee nodule in the lingula. TIA!
Complete thread -- blanking. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- more info: REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Questionable retropharyngeal fluid collection.
Complete thread -- MP3. ...take the patient to the operating room and perform _____ examination
Complete thread -- .....which were waist of the articular pillars". got it.
Complete thread -- ack! lol. VR had nevus; I thought liver, but not much indication for that elsewhere.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- liver? She might be saying "next line" but it sounds like you said.
Complete thread -- Not sure, could she be saying "Nevus surgery." ?
Complete thread -- I am finding Benda used in google hits at medical site, such as
Complete thread -- MP3. 4. Hernia repair. 5. ____ surgery.
Complete thread -- Dictator is saying Rituxan and "Benda" instead of "bendamustine". How to transcribe?
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia with lidocaine 1% 4 mL was applied after identifying ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear "in (or into?) the safe triangles of"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear "
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "which were the safe triangles" see link
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia with lidocaine 1% 4 mL was applied after identifying ...
Complete thread -- ok. i didn't hear the wav...
Complete thread -- That's not the same as onychauxis, which is what was dictated.
Complete thread -- OR... Dorland's has onychosis.
Complete thread -- excellent, thanks!
Complete thread -- onychauxis
Complete thread -- WAV. Onychomycosis, _____, onycholysis and ulcerated nail beds, right foot
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- think I got it... "chia seed"
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- maybe s/l TF seed???
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- Ok thanks for the tip!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. By the way, when giving us
Complete thread -- Found it. FEMAP (First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program)
Complete thread -- Sorry no. The doctor say fee-map
Complete thread -- Spelling out those letters?
Complete thread -- s/l FI-MAP
Complete thread -- got it - lacertus fibrosis
Complete thread -- biceps tendon repair, s/l Lasters fibrosis sm plse
Complete thread -- yeah, that's why I couldn't tell for sure either - I guess OP can just pick one.
Complete thread -- S/L he starts to say in then says from the NG tube ?
Complete thread -- or possibly *from* the NG tube - can't tell for sure.
Complete thread -- There is dark material in the NG tube.
Complete thread -- 109/81, pulse 106. ______ the NG tube
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- maybe Xtandi?
Complete thread -- so clear
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tho might be saying "Cardiac arrest probably and aspiration" ..see link..
Complete thread -- Cardizem, _____ which is a treatment
Complete thread -- Could Xtandi be it? Your s/l is kind of a dyslexic version of it.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Cardiac arrest probably from an aspiration (what I heard)
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Because it s/l "_____ probably ?an aspiration."
Complete thread -- What was the patient's presenting problem(s)/symptom(s)?
Complete thread -- ?congenital cysts
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "__?__ cysts of the pancreas"
Complete thread -- lithiasis?
Complete thread -- got it, Glubran study to reduce seroma formation in breast cancer pts
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: ______ aspiration. It is not clear
Complete thread -- Xofigo? Not very close to your "sounds like", though. nm
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- med s/l sta knotty
Complete thread -- pt has breast cancer and they are talking about some Australian breast cancer study
Complete thread -- venogram??
Complete thread -- past history of "ell-a-sis" or "LSS" of the pancreas. Brain freeze. tia nm
Complete thread -- mastectomy, axillary physiotherapy and potentially help us with the ____ study
Complete thread -- URTK, but ty & yw.
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you Questyr! You are awesome!
Complete thread -- oh...I was wondering why a doctor would say *forearm* rather than particular bone
Complete thread -- (it was pisiform)
Complete thread -- proximal?
Complete thread -- BoS2 page 93...use hyphen when adverb (good) modifies
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- It has been 6 weeks since he fractured his s/l PC forearm. He is doing well.
Complete thread -- nor do I
Complete thread -- ileus (period) There is gastric
Complete thread -- consistent with _______ gastric distention
Complete thread -- hyphen help - "with a hormone-positive, small, good-prognostic breast tumor."
Complete thread -- I don't hear mp3
Complete thread -- Blood pressure 109/81, pulse 106. ______ the NG tube.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- She was not consistent in her report if Effexor was giving her any relief of symptoms.
Complete thread -- Ducolax=Dulcolax
Complete thread -- while we're at it, Valium should be capped as well.
Complete thread -- I think triamcinalone is in here (he pronounces it tree-am-sin-a-lone)
Complete thread -- klonopin=Klonopin
Complete thread -- tetracaine
Complete thread -- global brain anoxia?
Complete thread -- still hearing old wav file
Complete thread -- Miralax, artificial tears, _____,
Complete thread -- ERCP with history of ______, seizure disorder
Complete thread -- consistent with global *billinoxia* and diffuse cerebral edema.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- posted new WAV and here is corrected dictation
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- #2 - something like "consistent in her report of" or "her report that" ??
Complete thread -- that makes sense, as she says she was previously in partial program
Complete thread -- it sounds more like "...changes in her medications when she was at partial" (?)
Complete thread -- NO. Don't use this. I don't feel comfortable with it.
Complete thread -- #1 was going to act on her
Complete thread -- I think for #2 he was saying "consistent, and she reports that Effexor was not giving" etc
Complete thread -- couple blanks and not sure I am hearing correctly what I do have
Complete thread -- early active and passive extension?
Complete thread -- knee rehab
Complete thread -- thanks for the smile this morning, Darlene.
Complete thread -- (typo, that is)
Complete thread -- also note type - unfortunate (not -LY)
Complete thread -- sorry I'm late - it is: he had a *router go* across ... *right at the* PIP joint
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is an unfortunately gentleman who a few days ago had a ____ acros ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Listened but unable to help. Sorry.
Complete thread -- grand multiparous?
Complete thread -- Pregnant woman with chest pain.
Complete thread -- A shaver was used at this time to carry out chondroplasty in this area ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- were floating around (then says period).
Complete thread -- We scoped the knee with findings noted above. Most notably was immedi ...
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- Chondroplasty was carried out. ____ loose cartilage. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, that was supposed to say you're welcome in Hindi but didn't paste correctly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that was flaking loose?, and it was coming from a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't hear cartilage but not sure what that is
Complete thread -- ___. It was coming from a grade 4...
Complete thread -- I hear a long loose...
Complete thread -- We searched for the source of the articular cartilage ____ grade 4 cho ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- notably it was (along with ?) ... fragments floating around.
Complete thread -- There was a large medial plica. Most notably was ____ loose articular ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hee, I know what you mean. the older this dog gets, the harder it is to learn new tricks.
Complete thread -- This moved with the
Complete thread -- Once again, there was extensive scarring in this area. ____ with rotat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- debrided down
Complete thread -- Using a wand, this was ____ until we had returned the bursa to its nor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- blank, not bland
Complete thread -- 1st bland sounds like will continue to be cared, but he might be correcting himself
Complete thread -- reconstructions should be with instructions. 2nd blank is bathroom
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in a Cam walker boot and will be continued ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- substantive
Complete thread -- History and physical review presented no ____ contraindication to prop ...
Complete thread -- I, for one, will not give up this battle yet. I did fairly recently, though, relinquish...
Complete thread -- We're probably fighting a losing battle...I also note it's made
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- antianxiety drug s/l anashonil
Complete thread -- Lays is wrong. I don't care how Webster's tries to dance around it.
Complete thread -- now I just have to break the habit of automatically opening the post when there's a +....
Complete thread -- did=didn't....bedtime for me!
Complete thread -- oh, I thought is was a different language, but google did give me anything.
Complete thread -- My symbol cut and paste didn't work...my post meant "gold star"!
Complete thread -- what is that?
Complete thread -- Au š
Complete thread -- If the ingrown nail is at the end of the toe, a simple procedure called a partial wedge
Complete thread -- check out slant back
Complete thread -- I'm not having success verifying it. Give the link to what you found.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- No, but I just stumbled on slat-back and wondering if that could be it.
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV or mp3?
Complete thread -- A s/l slap-back debridement was performed on the hallux nail. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Bragard test (but check my spelling)
Complete thread -- raising test producing low back pain at 35 degrees, left ____ test pro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Kemp's
Complete thread -- thanks for clarifying why you were allowing *lays* in the first
Complete thread -- Orthopedic testing revealed positive ____ test producing left-sided lo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. :)
Complete thread -- Just as a point of information...the doctor clearly says
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- For #2 I think he's changing his mind, from "uses" to "lays"
Complete thread -- #1 Sleep has been off. He has been etc.
Complete thread -- He complains of difficulty sleeping. ____ he has been trying to lay f ...
Complete thread -- Yw!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying a mild cervical-thoracic convexity is seen (or cervicothoracic?)
Complete thread -- convexity is
Complete thread -- thanks Q! Was just going to post a sound file
Complete thread -- Posture alterations, as described above (a mild cervical, thoracic ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- , its lateral recess....right exiting and transiting nerve roots
Complete thread -- also not "exudate" but exiting
Complete thread -- s/b neural foramina
Complete thread -- Try Opsumit (see link)
Complete thread -- At L5-S1, a 2.8 mm broad-based right foraminal protrusion effaces the ...
Complete thread -- BoS2 page 28 indicates 24 weeks' pregnancy (noun), but 24 weeks pregnant (adj). In
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2. to write a report
Complete thread -- actually, just: city of Fresno
Complete thread -- , the city of Fresno
Complete thread -- Following the collision ____ Fresno Police came to the scene ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 was to the #2. stall
Complete thread -- The impact ____ the truck’s front and right side causing the truck to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Will stop Letairis and put the patient on the patient on s/o ob-sin-ate
Complete thread -- looks like offramp can be one word or hyphenated (per Onelook)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- westbound on freeway
Complete thread -- Fresno, CA
Complete thread -- They were traveling ____ on *freeway #180 at the Chestnut Avenue exit ...
Complete thread -- but doctor says 24 weeks followup, so here no need to use apostrope?
Complete thread -- Thanks pie!
Complete thread -- oh, sorry, forgot to refresh while doing several things.
Complete thread -- 500, clotrimazole ?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- 24 weeks' duration is correct. 24-week followup is how I usually write it
Complete thread -- thanks for the correction..could you please suggest the usage of apostrophe
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Can we place aphostrophie in "24 weeks' duration" or 24 Weeks' follow-up" plz suggest
Complete thread -- ? clotrimazole 10 mg ( not certain, many zole drugs are for fungal infections
Complete thread -- clarithromycin 500 mg daily
Complete thread -- Nothing abusive about that post at all. No personal attacks (like some do)
Complete thread -- Prednisone 5 mg daily, clarithromycin ___ mg daily, ___ 10 mg three times a day,
Complete thread -- REPORTED FOR ABUSE
Complete thread -- Rude, bad manners and full of yourself. I see T uses this phrase often.
Complete thread -- :thumbs up:
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers. I will go with "sticker of mesh."
Complete thread -- YES! Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- same here - I didn't have to uninstall anything. It was quick and painless.
Complete thread -- I hear the same thing
Complete thread -- OP, do you think sticker of mesh makes any sense because I hear that?
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- got a new browser so I can see the balloons now. You both can
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- great! good to know for future reference.
Complete thread -- yes, I did not uninstall anything.
Complete thread -- you're very welcome! so you didn't have to uninstall your IE10 or 11?
Complete thread -- ? Roos test
Complete thread -- I don't use nm as a moniker but I use it, just as I also use sm. Nm for no message and
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- worked for me too! Thanks pie *you the best*
Complete thread -- 3+ on page 323 if you follow BoS2
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Complete thread -- Huh, where, I don't see any face, what's with you face
Complete thread -- blah blah blah
Complete thread -- link to June 5 thread
Complete thread -- Now full of those who have nothing else to do but pick and complain
Complete thread -- blah blah blah T wants to rule the company me thinks, blah blah
Complete thread -- burr hole?
Complete thread -- ? slurring R.. Ehlers thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm type IV
Complete thread -- The patient is status post right *s/l barvel* for subdural hematoma.
Complete thread -- woot! :)
Complete thread -- hey, that worked for me! thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I can see them with Firefox with the use of an IE emulator, but...
Complete thread -- Wound culture is positive for 3-plus (or is it 3+) group C strep. TIA!
Complete thread -- That link is about the stroke acronym, FAST, not about any thoracic outlet syndrome test.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- hey now, maybe "Marg" has a queen and she spell things differently.
Complete thread -- manoeuvres? huh?
Complete thread -- mine are more like rolls...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- The identical question was asked on June 5 with no answer.
Complete thread -- Adson? Allen?
Complete thread -- thoracic outlet syndrome test
Complete thread -- me too.
Complete thread -- I'm not an infant and I have thigh folds
Complete thread -- same exact story here. I'll be following this thread
Complete thread -- She has a spastic bladder and urgency so it makes sense
Complete thread -- OK. Thanks for both your help.
Complete thread -- I just saw a clinical trial for voiding dysfunction in MS.
Complete thread -- I think proparacaine. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Ya I questioned alfuzosin, but thought it was only for prostate problems
Complete thread -- alfuzosin? FYI it is mainly prescribed for urinary retention from BPH
Complete thread -- s/l ifu-so-zin
Complete thread -- thigh folds!
Complete thread -- I found skin folds in relation to hip examination of an infant.
Complete thread -- What is a usual "caine" used for eye anesthesia?
Complete thread -- s/l bi-folds (hip examination) see message
Complete thread -- Old habits die hard. There really aren't many MTs left here
Complete thread -- Not around here they don't, at least not anymore.
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks nm
Complete thread -- It's just a tradition. I've been around both boards since they
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- speaking of browers that allow balloons, can someone suggest one to me?
Complete thread -- seems like someone else needs to show some respect. I am sure you
Complete thread -- blah blah blah blah
Complete thread -- hmmm...I can't find an subdivisions of the typing
Complete thread -- eggzactly
Complete thread -- I don't why you'd call that the "main" board. Two different kinds of sites for MTs.
Complete thread -- We did show respect. We asked please and said thank you. My
Complete thread -- not everyone uses a browser that let's you see messages with hovering...
Complete thread -- yes, almost hearing type IV "R" thoracic abdominal aortic aneurysm. tia nm
Complete thread -- can you hear "descending"?
Complete thread -- The one called "The Restuvus" with link at the top right of this page.
Complete thread -- If you use a modern browser, you can see just by hovering with no need to click so no
Complete thread -- Your business sounds fishy to me. Again, this board is for medical transcriptionists...
Complete thread -- are you looking for a word you can't understand because it is mumbled?
Complete thread -- surgery for a type IV __thoracic abdominal aortic aneurysm. mumbled. tia nm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- copyright (one word) (and I'd still think changing words is kinda like plagiarism.
Complete thread -- not sure, but did you catch "recuts" typo for rectus?
Complete thread -- right? I thought "this" was the main board. ?
Complete thread -- thanks for the explanation
Complete thread -- My dear friends, i am really, if the exclamation marks hurt u....i am not rude or anything
Complete thread -- what/where is the *main board*?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- That is true on the main board, but not on this board. People
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- superiorly going from *in noses in* superior to the medial
Complete thread -- yes - 'carry' and 'carry out' have different meanings, 'carry' isn't grammatically correct
Complete thread -- Carry out, perform, or conduct would all work here, but
Complete thread -- well you are the expert (but I agree - left-side rongeur)
Complete thread -- as suggested to you before, you need to find a good grammar site.
Complete thread -- Nope, not on this board - up above where it says "welcome" it says...
Complete thread -- Hi, i just wanted to know whether "Carry or carry out" are different words ?.......
Complete thread -- taco? hyphen check please :)
Complete thread -- elevate disk and anulus??
Complete thread -- 2. left-side
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- did find this (link)
Complete thread -- Cobb elevator was used to elevate _____ off the endplate. A ______ rongeur was
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- the quotes were for post to point out where I was having hard time hearing
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- oh, not anymore. It sends fine with nothing there.
Complete thread -- probable cholelithiasis?
Complete thread -- It used to be that something (i.e., x) had to be in message box or it wouldn't send
Complete thread -- for years we were told to put nm if there was nothing in message box
Complete thread -- and it is a waste of time to open it when nothing is there to read.
Complete thread -- but if all there is, is an 'x' in the message it shows as a plus
Complete thread -- has been a problem (my take)
Complete thread -- not drinking or such, (no quotes)
Complete thread -- why put either one there in the first place? The + or - tells us if there is a message.
Complete thread -- I hear following UP CAT scan, blabla ultrasound, blabla (but dont hear "undergo an"
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- right, and it irritates the peese outta me when i open to find nada but x
Complete thread -- I think this...
Complete thread -- why can't you simply avoid several keystrokes and eliminate both the x and the nm?
Complete thread -- If it says (nm - no message) - don't open it.
Complete thread -- aeration
Complete thread -- CT of the Chest: There was some "areation" of the right upper ...
Complete thread -- did you see the note below about putting an 'x' in message field?
Complete thread -- I didn't research it. I just did a wildcard search for *f*mab and that seemed close.
Complete thread -- old WAV uploaded (nm)
Complete thread -- Zelboraf (vemurafenib) or Yervoy (ipilimumab) ??
Complete thread -- This says...
Complete thread -- efalizumab?
Complete thread -- what the heck is your problem? I think you're on the wrong board, pal.
Complete thread -- undergo an ultrasound ______ cholelithiasis
Complete thread -- Cancer Medication S/L
Complete thread -- It improves as she reclines in a "90/90?" chair.Any unloading seems to be of benefit.
Complete thread -- carry vs carry out....grammatical error? reason plz!!!!!!
Complete thread -- note, per BOS2 p. 290, it is cesarean section, NOT Cesarean, caesarean, or Caesarean.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- please don't put an x in the message field. For those of us who
Complete thread -- for CF, SMA, and fragile X (nm)
Complete thread -- I have suggested genetic screening for CFS ____ fragile X
Complete thread -- I only posted once on this thread, and not backwards. What are you referring to?
Complete thread -- Did you say it backwards , it contradicts, your last posted sentence
Complete thread -- agree ("perform" was also fine, don't know why you'd have to change it?)
Complete thread -- "carry out the study" is correct
Complete thread -- That wasn't the question, and what's with the face?
Complete thread -- thanks! I have been doing that one wrong too!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Yes ..... it was articular process!
Complete thread -- ribs don't articulate with lumbar vertebrae, only thoracic
Complete thread -- thank you guys!!
Complete thread -- Data was pooled to perform the study. Can we write this sentence in other way..
Complete thread -- If granulomatosis was dictated, I'd go with Wegener.
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- that is how my medical dictionary has it, showing Wegner disease, Wegener granulomatosis
Complete thread -- agree. I googled Wegner, came up as Wegener.
Complete thread -- if it is slurry, see if you can hear "articular process" instead.
Complete thread -- No, not a safe bet. Depends on context, but when I hear it, it is usually Wegener('s).
Complete thread -- The lumbar vertebrae articulate with the tubercles of ribs
Complete thread -- is it a safe bet when "Wegner's" is dictated it is Wegner and not Wegener?
Complete thread -- yes it does
Complete thread -- We lined up the left L3 superior *tubercle process* in the middle of L2-L3 disk.
Complete thread -- maybe the patient is a vegetarian?
Complete thread -- hum-he hesitated so maybe meant meat instead of grass?
Complete thread -- definitely saying crabgrass, just not seeing documentation for such a thing
Complete thread -- "crabmeat chondromalacia" is a term I've heard, but never heard "crabgrass"
Complete thread -- progressive? nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like Precise Imaging, s/b intervertebral straightening spinous lordosis
Complete thread -- not finding anything on "crabgrass" chondromalacia
Complete thread -- #1 Precise #2 straightening #3 spine
Complete thread -- that's it
Complete thread -- Dr. Brown ordered MRI studies which notably revealed on 11-26-2014 at ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "Joaquin" is pronounced kinda like "wah-keen"
Complete thread -- San Joaquin
Complete thread -- Look at "was placed." Should be just "placed" to make it read right.
Complete thread -- accessory?
Complete thread -- The patient was then seen in medical care and was evaluated at the ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on and turned left...oncoming...broadsided
Complete thread -- meniscus repair
Complete thread -- She states that after she made a complete stop, she had her signal ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wav not uploading completely. converted wav.
Complete thread -- I mean stops after...nm
Complete thread -- Wav sops after moon-shaped. Word before downsloping might be
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: The patient had a typical half moon-shaped tear of his supr ...
Complete thread -- Do you have a s/l? I find branch and AAA (nm)
Complete thread -- blank
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Perineal abscess, the perineal direction
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Recurrent ____ abscess. POSTOPERATIVE ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- 28. Lumbar spine, 9/10/13, myelopathy *ah phytosis*, otherwise
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- on retroflex view
Complete thread -- the rectum, _____ there was +3 internal hemorrhoids
Complete thread -- maybe best interest? still unsure
Complete thread -- definetely best something, not sure about rest though
Complete thread -- was best off
Complete thread -- Preoperatively, the patient had a size discrepancy and it was felt tha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- surgeon's ___ knot
Complete thread -- The foot was then supinated at the ends of the MaxBraid sutures where ...
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- I do believe you're correct. Good show, old chap. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. I think its MaxBraid.
Complete thread -- I've listened and googled a bit, but no idea, sorry.
Complete thread -- MATERIALS: 5 mm Biomet tendon anchor screw with 2 ____, 0 Vicryl, 2-0 ...
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Electrocautery was used to ____ the subcutaneus tissues here, minimize ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not correcting as he clearly says AND
Complete thread -- is it correct? or is he correcting himself?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- developed late
Complete thread -- Briefly, the patient is a 68-year-old female with history of a carpal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- comma after reconstruction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it was more difficult with
Complete thread -- Of note, this case requires a 22-modifier for the AC reconstruction __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- so it would be not ?
Complete thread -- and tied them to each other and then took our lateral limb after we ha ...
Complete thread -- yeah. grade 5. :-)
Complete thread -- that is what I heard, just trying to encourage guy to post his answer :)
Complete thread -- Wonder if it was "chronic grade 5"
Complete thread -- what did you get?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right shoulder pain, retained hardware, chroni ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ventrally
Complete thread -- Foraminotomy was performed under microscope with a Stryker drill. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- patient. The pain was improving...
Complete thread -- Prior to surgery, the case was again discussed with the patient ___ th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- proud
Complete thread -- I was satisfied with this. At this point, the wound was again irrigat ...
Complete thread -- Right
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- ¡Salud!
Complete thread -- right on! and they go so well with tacos...
Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- um, guess not. it's the thought that counts, lol.
Complete thread -- (É◕ƒŽ◕)É*:¥ß✧
Complete thread -- now THAT is my favorite drink
Complete thread -- okay, completo. here you go...
Complete thread -- and that was the double jeopardy question!
Complete thread -- thanks, all! Margaritas for everybody!!
Complete thread -- dang! I would've beat you but I was fumbling between browsers!
Complete thread -- Achilles tendon
Complete thread -- Achilles tendon
Complete thread -- MP3. ...and higher up on the ___ he has an area of scabs as well
Complete thread -- i.e., should be: right-hand-dominant male / female
Complete thread -- my favorite hyphen misuse: right-hand dominant male (or female, of course)
Complete thread -- Oh, I see. "for 33 kcal/ounce, for 110 mL for 3 boluses, and then..." Right?
Complete thread -- G-tube feeding (see message)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- The reason I asked, it was dictated "from ProLab", so this was not dictated generic.
Complete thread -- just curious, is this the OP posting this? "for a generic form"
Complete thread -- but thanks Q for your input!
Complete thread -- well, he did enunciate the 'orthotics' so I guess 'kiddy orthotics' would be acceptable
Complete thread -- It could make sense....see link..mechanism section includes
Complete thread -- you are sooo funny taco!
Complete thread -- Just in case Prolab has a product called Kiddythotics...see link
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